Simple functions such as timer replacement, input/output expanders, system reset controllers and stand-alone EEPROM are common on PCBs. Low-cost, ultra-low-power MSP430™ value line sensing microcontrollers (MCUs) offer cost savings when replacing digital and analog functions in a system. Watch this series to see how MSP430 MCUs can be used to enhance communication, pulse width modulation, systems and housekeeping, and timer functions in your next design.
The C2000™ F2837xD Microcontroller One-Day Workshop is a hands-on technical course based on the dual-core TMS320F28379D device. This device shares many common features and peripherals found on the other Piccolo™ and Delfino™ device families. Therefore, this workshop will be very useful to anyone interested in learning more about the C2000 microcontroller family of devices.
The Control Law Accelerator is a 32-bit floating point math accelerator that is common on most c2000 devices. It aids in the concurrent processing of fast control algorithms.
After viewing the lectures, and working through the provided example, you should be in a better position to migrate existing algorithms from the main C28x core to the CLA, or start programming on the CLA from scratch.
Advanced closed-loop control systems for factory, process, and power automation markets require powerful MCU solutions that can interface to variety of industrial communications protocols. As new features and capabilities are added, these protocols may evolve several times during the lifetime of an industrial product. As a result, system providers can benefit from solutions that flexibly support multiple communications protocols and in-service updates without updating hardware.
In this series, you will gain an understanding of the TI security framework and the various industry-recognized security enablers that TI supports.
Learn about solutions that pair the flexibility of digital power control with C2000 MCUs and in-line current sensing with the high-power efficiency of GaN.
Join our webinar series, as we explore different industry trends and technologies across our diverse product portfolio. Over the coming months, our experts will cover the latest analog, power management and embedded processing topics, across both automotive and industrial applications.
This training is meant for engineers designing the control circuits for servo or AC inverter motor controllers for industrial machinery. In particular, the on-demand curriculum is for those who are planning to develop their next drive system based on a C2000™ microcontroller (MCU) and are interested in quickly learning how to use the DesignDRIVE solutions available from TI.
This hands-on workshop is designed to help analog and digital engineers get familiar with key requirements for a digital controller to be used in a digitally controlled power supply system. You will learn about the important features available on TI’s C2000 devices and how they are well suited to be used in DPS applications. The workshop also shows how a C2000 device can interface to and control a power stage. C2000 32-bit high performance microcontrollers are used in a wide variety of industrial applications.
The C2000™ MCU 1-Day Workshop is a hands-on technical course based on the Piccolo™ F28069 device, which combines many common features and peripherals of the Piccolo™ and Delfino™ families. Therefore, this workshop would be very useful to anyone interested in the C2000 MCU family of devices.