Texas Instruments (TI) offers designers the broadest range of embedded control solutions from ultra-low-power MSP430 and 32-bit ARM® Cortex-M3™-based Stellaris® microcontrollers and Cortex R4F safety critical MCUs to 32-bit real time TMS320C2000™ MCUs.
Texas Instruments MSP430 USB LaunchPad Evaluation Kit is an easy-to-use Evaluation Module based on the MSP430F5529 microcontroller. It contains everything needed to start developing on a USB enabled MSP430 MCU, including on-board emulation for programming and debugging as well as on-board buttons and LEDs for quick integration of a simple user interface. This LaunchPad is great for general purpose applications due to its 25MHz, integrated Full-Speed USB 2.0 and analog/digital integration; battery-operated applications thanks to it's low-power capabilities; and is great for beginners and experienced developers alike thanks to it's multiple points of entry into software development. Rapid prototyping is a snap thanks to 40-pin BoosterPack headers and a wide range of BoosterPack plug-in modules enabling technologies such as wireless, display drivers, temperature sensing and much more.
Texas Instruments Industrial Communication Solution is designed to integrate the communications interfaces used in a broad range of industrial systems, including programmable logic controllers (PLCs), industrial communication modules, interfaces for sensors and I/O systems, drives with integrated communications, and motor drive feedback systems. This TI solution supports all major industrial protocols, with new ones added continuously. It includes the AM3359 Sitara™ Cortex™-A8 Processor with integrated Programmable Real-time Unit, TLK110 Industrial 10/100 Ethernet PHY Transceiver with integrated cable diagnostics, ISO1176T Isolated Profibus® RS-485 Transceiver, ISO1050 Isolated CAN Transceiver, and TPS65910A Integrated Power Management IC.
Texas Instruments DLP4500 Digital Micromirror Device(DMD) is a digitally controlled MOEMS (micro-opto-electromechanical system) spatial light modulator (SLM). When TI DLP4500 is coupled to an appropriate optical system, it can be used to modulate the amplitude and direction of incoming light. DLP4500 creates light patterns with speed, precision, and efficiency. Architecturally, this TI DMD is a latchable, electrical-in/optical-out semiconductor device. This architecture makes DLP4500 well suited for use in applications such as 3D scanning or metrology with structured light, augmented reality, microscopy, medical instruments, and spectroscopy. The compact physical size of the DLP4500 is well-suited for portable equipment where small form factor and lower cost are important. DLPC350 Digital Controller is part of the DLP 0.45 WXGA chip set and supports reliable operation of the DLP4500 Digital Micromirror Device.
Texas Instruments DLPC350 Digital Controller is part of the DLP 0.45 WXGA chip set and supports reliable operation of the DLP4500 Digital Micromirror Device. TI DLPC350 controller provides a convenient, multi-functional interface between user electronics and the DMD, enabling high-speed pattern rates and providing LED control and data formatting for multiple input resolutions. DLPC350 also outputs a trigger signal for synchronizing displayed patterns with a camera, sensor, or other peripherals. This TI digital controller enables integration of the DLP 0.45 WXGA chip set into small-form-factor and low-cost light steering applications.
Texas Instruments TM4C123x Tiva™ C Series MCUs provide a broad portfolio of connected Cortex™-M4F microcontrollers. Designers who migrate to the Tiva C Series MCUs benefit from a balance between the floating-point performance needed to create highly responsive mixed-signal applications and the lowpower architecture required to enable increasingly aggressive power budgets. Tiva C Series MCUs are supported by TivaWare™ for C Series software, designed specifically for those customers who want to get started easily, write production-ready code quickly, and minimize their overall cost of software ownership. TM4C123x MCUs offer 12-bit ADC accuracy achievable at the full 1 MSPS rating without any hardware averaging, eliminating performance tradeoffs. These are the first ARM Cortex-M MCU in advanced 65-nm process technology, providing the right balance between higher performance and low power consumption.
Texas Instruments BOOSTXL-SENSHUB Sensor Hub BoosterPack is an add-on board designed to fit the Tiva™ C Series TM4C123G LaunchPad along with all TI MCU LaunchPads. BOOSTXL-SENSHUB Sensor Hub BoosterPack is a Tiva platform for evaluating the use of ARM® Cortex®-M4-based TM4C devices in sensor fusion applications, demonstrating the mathematical and algorithm computation features of the M4 architecture. This TI Sensor Hub BoosterPack features seven on-board sensor functions. It also features the Air Mouse (PC HID) example application to demonstrate sensor fusion technology.
Texas Instruments MSP430G2955 Mixed Signal Microcontrollers are ultra-low-power MSP430 devices with built-in 16-bit timers, up to 32 I/O touch-sense-enabled pins, a versatile analog comparator, and built-in communication capability using the universal serial communication interface. Typical applications include low-cost sensor systems that capture analog signals, convert them to digital values, and then process the data for display or for transmission to a host system.
Texas Instruments MSP430G2x44 16-bit Mixed Signal Microcontrollers are ultra-low-power MSP430 devices with two built-in 16-bit timers, a universal serial communication interface, a 10-bit A/D converter with integrated reference and data transfer controller, and 32 I/O pins. Typical applications for these TI MCUs include sensor systems that capture analog signals, convert them to digital values, and then process the data for display or for transmission to a host system. Stand-alone RF sensor front ends are another area of application.