KIT912J637EVME - 

Evaluation Kit, MM912J637, 12V, Lead Acid Battery Sensor

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Evaluation Kit MM912J637, 6ft Cable, USB 2.0 A-M to B-M
Battery Monitor
Power Management
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Product Overview

The KIT912J637EVME is a system solution that gives the user the capability to easily evaluate most of the features provided by the MM912J637 Xtrinsic battery sensor. The 912J637 features two die in a single package. The 16bit core and the analog die are connected via the die to die interface that provides direct address access to the registers on the analog die. The analog die contains three 16bit sigma delta converters and enables simultaneous sampling of battery voltage and current, timer module, SCI module, LIN physical interface, and other general registers. All external signals are accessible via header connectors, and most of the signals can also be checked via test points. The evaluation module board also includes the TBDML programming/debugging interface, so no external interface is needed. The board is powered from two 4mm banana connectors.
  • Battery voltage measurement
  • Battery current measurement in up to eight ranges
  • On chip temperature measurement
  • Normal and two low power modes
  • Triggered wake up from LIN and periodic wake up
  • Signal low pass filtering (current, voltage)
  • PGA (programmable low noise gain amplifier) with automatic gain control feature
  • Accurate internal oscillator (an external quartz oscillator may be used for extended accuracy)
  • Communication via a LIN 2.1, LIN 2.0 bus interface
  • S12 microcontroller with 128k byte flash, 6kbyte RAM, 4kbyte data flash




MM912J637 Evaluation Board, Cable, 6 FT. USB 2.0 A-M to B-M, Warranty Card, CD912J637(Contains CodeWarrior Code Template and CodeWarrior software).

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