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Looking for automotive RTC product
My customer is interested in TPL5010, and they'd like to know:
1.what's the difference between TPL5010 and TPL5110?
2.what's the difference between TPL5010 and traditional RTC?
Thanks for your support.
A1. The main differences is TPL5010 has a watchdog function to reset an MCU, while TPL5110 and TPL5111 have a DRV output to drive a FET.
A2. Typical RTC operates at 32.768kHz with I2C access to program the device and access the time and date information. RTC is used to store the date and time for a system. This device operates with relatively low power as it may be one of the few blocks still powered on when a system is in sleep mode.The nanotimer devices (TPL5010) do not store date and time information. Nanotimers can be configured as timer or one-shot. Nanotimers operate with low current consumption, and can be used to reduce power for duty-cycled systems, or as a watchdog for a MCU.
More information Clock and Timing System products: http://www.ti.com/clock-and-timing/overview.html
Learn more about clocking fundamentals by watching the TI Precision Labs: https://training.ti.com/ti-precision-labs-clocks-and-timing
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