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TIDM-TM4C129POEAUDIO: TIDM-TM4C129POEAUDIO solution

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Part Number: TIDM-TM4C129POEAUDIO

 Hi, this is Philip Liu from Andrea Electronics corporation in New York.

We are going to use your TIDM-TM4C129POEAUDIO solution to make our new product. 

Could tell me where I can find whole information of reference design. do you have the reference design schematic in Altium format? or other format, where can I find?

Any development kit can you recommend to me?

Thank you

Philip

pliu@andreaelectronics.com

philip.philipliu@gmail.com

  • I only have the .pdf of the schematics, but I will ask the developer.

    Best Regards,
    Bob Crosby

  • Best Regards,
    Bob Crosby

  • In reply to Bob Crosby:

    Hi, thank you for your answer.

    I have a question for schematic, what function is the S2 and S3 on  the schematic "TIDM_TM4C129POE_con" ?

     Thank you

    Philip

  • In reply to Philip Liu:

    Those are generic switches provided on the board, if the need ever arises for having something that needs a switch. They are not required for use in this TI Design.

    Best Regards,
    Bob Crosby

  • In reply to Bob Crosby:

    Thanks, I understand.

    other question, I am going to design a microphone to ethernet device, that will use TIDM_TM4C129POE solution.

    Could do you recommend the evaluation board for  TM4C129ENCPDTI3R and TPS23753APW? that will help our development.

    because I see your web, TIDM-TM4C129POE TM4C129POE Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Reference design board not available for sale.

    Thank you

    Philip

  • In reply to Philip Liu:

    The development board for the TM4C129ENCPDT is the EK-TM4C129EXL

    Here are some evaluation boards for the TPS23753APW:

    http://www.ti.com/product/TPS23753A/toolssoftware

    Best Regards,
    Bob Crosby

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