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TI pressure sensor kit

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

TI_pressuresensor
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 TI.com. 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.

    http://www.mobilewill.us

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

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