CTU Adapter

For demonstration, test and development purposes, it is convenient to communicate with CTU chips using a PC.  The CTU Adapter converts between the SPI interface of CTU chips and the USB interface of a PC.  

 The Adapter is an SPI master and the CTU is an SPI slave.

Features

  • USB powered
  • Selectable CTU power supply: 2.7V, 3.3V or 3.6V
  • Adapter firmware can be updated in the field
  • Full speed USB operation
  • Interface DLL available for software developers
  • Compact, rugged, metal housing
  • Supplied with USB and SPI cables
  • The CTU Adapter is compatible with all CambridgeIC Development Boards.

Applications

  • Connecting CTU chips to a PC for demos and test
  • Developing CTU chip applications
  • PC based measurement systems

 Performance

  • 100 SPI write/reads per second (typical PC)
  • 1Mbit/s SPI clock rate
  • SPI timings compatible with CTU chips
  • 100mA max power supply output current

For demonstration, test and development purposes, it is convenient to communicate with CTU chips using a PC.  The CTU Adapter converts between the SPI interface of CTU chips and the USB interface of a PC.  

 The Adapter is an SPI master and the CTU is an SPI slave.

Features

  • USB powered
  • Selectable CTU power supply: 2.7V, 3.3V or 3.6V
  • Adapter firmware can be updated in the field
  • Full speed USB operation
  • Interface DLL available for software developers
  • Compact, rugged, metal housing
  • Supplied with USB and SPI cables
  • The CTU Adapter is compatible with all CambridgeIC Development Boards.

Applications

  • Connecting CTU chips to a PC for demos and test
  • Developing CTU chip applications
  • PC based measurement systems

 Performance

  • 100 SPI write/reads per second (typical PC)
  • 1Mbit/s SPI clock rate
  • SPI timings compatible with CTU chips
  • 100mA max power supply output current

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Founded in 2007, CambridgeIC has developed single chip processors and a set of standard sensor designs and integration tools. These help customers embed resonant inductive sensing inside their products, by drawing on modular and well proven components.

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