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[FAQ] TIDA-010012: How does CC2652R enable simultaneous connectivity to mesh networks for cloud communication and wireless HMIs for in-field configuration in industrial wireless condition monitors?

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Part Number: TIDA-010012

How does CC2652R (SimpleLink Multi-Standard CC2652R Wireless MCU) enable simultaneous connectivity to mesh networks for cloud communication and wireless HMIs for in-field configuration in industrial wireless condition monitors?

  • TIDA-010012 is a TI Reference Design that can quickly establish a wireless network connecting various types of sensors for condition monitoring directly to the Cloud. Condition Monitoring is based on a regular or permanent recording of the machine condition which is necessary for predictive maintenance. Inputs such as RS-232, RS-485, IO-Link or resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) are included in the design to monitor different sensors and machines.

    The CC2652R is a member of the CC26xx and CC13xx family, which are multiprotocol wireless 2.4-GHz MCUs targeting Thread, Zigbee®, Bluetooth® 5 Low Energy, IEEE 802.15.4g, IPv6-enabled smart objects (6LoWPAN), Wi-SUN®, and proprietary systems. These  cost-effective, ultra-low power, 2.4-GHz and Sub-1 GHz RF devices use very low active RF and microcontroller (MCU) current, in addition to sub-µA sleep current with up to 80KB of RAM retention, provide excellent battery lifetime and allow operation on small coin-cell batteries and in energy-harvesting applications.

    TIDA-010012 utilizes the multiprotocol support of CC2652R. It simultaneously employs 6LoWPAN for Mesh Networking and BLE for first configuration and in-field configuration of the device. This saves device count as well as board space. BLE can also be used for wireless HMIs (Human Machine Interface) when using a device that’s not connected to the protected 6LoWPAN network.

    For additional information about this topic, please refer to section 2.3 "Design Theory" of the User Guide for TIDA-010012.

    You can also download the design files (BOM, Schematic, Gerber) for this reference design from the TIDA-010012 folder.

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