TI pressure sensor kit

Posted on Thursday, March 28th, 2013 in components, MSP430, sensors by the machinegeek

TI is making a limited number of samples available of their Field Transmitter: Pressure Sensor Solutions kit.

The kit includes:
• RCV420 – Precision 4mA to 20mA Current Loop Receiver
• ADS1255 – 24 Bit, 30kSPS Very Low Noise Delta-Sigma ADC
• MSP430F2003TRSAT – Ultra-Low-Power 16bit MCU, Integrated 16bit Sigma Delta ADC
• XTR300 – Analog Current and Voltage Output Driver for 4-20mA 3-wire transmission

For more information, links to docs and software visit To request a sample kit, click here.

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  1. William says:

    Thanks, I got an email about this yesterday.

    If anyone else gets it and wants to work on it let me know.

    Click on Contributors and my name and you can contact me.

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