Evaluation Board User Guide UG-029

Evaluation Board User Guide UG-029
Evaluation Board User Guide
UG-029
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ADuC7060 Evaluation Board User Guide
MicroConverter® ADuC7060 Development System
FEATURES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
2-layer PCB (4 in. × 5 in. form factor)
9 V power supply regulated to 3.3 V and 2.5 V on board
4-pin UART header to connect to RS-232 interface cable
20-pin standard JTAG connector
Demonstration circuit
32.768 kHz watch crystal to drive the PLL clock
ADR280 1.2 V external reference chip
Reset/download/IRQ0 push buttons
Power indicator/general-purpose LEDs
Access to all ADC inputs and DAC output from external header;
all device ports are brought out to external header pins
Surface-mount and through-hole general-purpose
prototype area
This user guide refers to the ADuC7060 evaluation board.
This evaluation board allows evaluation of the ADuC7060
and ADuC7061 parts. The ADuC7060 is the superset of the
ADuC706x series, and all features of the ADuC7061 can be
evaluated using the ADuC7060. The ADuC7060 contains an
ARM7TDMI core, 32 kB of flash, 4 kB of SRAM, dual 24-bit
sigma-delta (Σ-Δ) ADCs, and a 12-bit DAC as well as many
other features.
EVALUATION KIT CONTENTS
mIDAS-Link JTAG programming POD
CD containing evaluation software including user manuals,
data sheets, example code, ARMWSD, and evaluation
compilers
9 V power supply
RS-232 to UART cable
USB cable
See the last page for an important warning and disclaimers.
This evaluation board allows a user to program the ADuC7060
via the JTAG or the UART interfaces. The user may also debug
their source code through the JTAG interface.
In this user guide, all references to the physical orientation
of components on the board are made with respect to a
component-side view of the board with the prototype area
appearing in the bottom of the board.
The board is laid out to minimize coupling between the analog
and digital sections of the board. To this end, the ground plane
is split with the analog section on the left side and a digital
plane on the right side of the board. The regulated 2.5 V power
supply is routed directly to the digital section and is filtered
before being routed into the analog section of the board.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1
General-Purpose Prototype Area................................................4
Evaluation Kit Contents ................................................................... 1
DIP Switch Link Options .................................................................5
General Description ......................................................................... 1
External Connectors .........................................................................6
Revision History ............................................................................... 2
Analog I/O Connector J2 .............................................................6
Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 3
Power Supply Connector J1 .........................................................6
Power Supply ................................................................................. 3
Emulation Connector J5...............................................................6
RS-232 Interface ........................................................................... 3
Serial Interface Connector J4.......................................................6
Emulation Interface ...................................................................... 3
Digital I/O Connector J3 ..............................................................6
Crystal Circuit............................................................................... 3
RTD Demonstration Circuit ............................................................7
External Reference (ADR280) .................................................... 3
Evaluation Board Schematic and Artwork.....................................8
Reset/Download/IRQ0 Push Buttons ........................................ 3
Bill of Materials ............................................................................... 11
Power Indicator/General Purpose LEDs ................................... 4
ESD Caution................................................................................ 11
Analog I/O Connections ............................................................. 4
REVISION HISTORY
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
POWER SUPPLY
CRYSTAL CIRCUIT
Connect the 9 V power supply via the 2 mm input power socket
(J1). The input connector is configured as a center negative, that
is, with GND on the center pin and 9 V on the outer shield.
The board is fitted with a 32.768 kHz crystal, from which the
on-chip PLL circuit can generate a 10.24 MHz clock.
The 9 V supply is regulated via the linear voltage regulator, U3.
The 2.5 V regulator output is used to drive the digital side of the
board directly. The 2.5 V supply is also filtered and then used to
supply the analog side of the board. This regulator supplies the
ADuC7060 microcontroller.
The external 1.2 V reference chip, ADR1, has two functions.
The 9 V supply is also regulated via the linear voltage regulator,
U2. The 3.3 V output of this regulator is used to supply the
JTAG programming interface. This device does not supply the
ADuC7060 device.
RESET/DOWNLOAD/INT0 PUSH BUTTONS
When on, the LED (D4) indicates that a valid 2.5 V supply is
driven from the regulator circuit. All active components are
decoupled with 0.1 μF capacitors at device supply pins to
ground.
•
•
It is provided on the evaluation board to demonstrate the
external reference option of the ADuC7060.
It can also be used as an input source to AIN1, if required.
The INT0 push button is referred to as the IRQ0 push button in
the ADuC7060/ADuC7061 data sheet. Note that this is the
same push button and only differs in name.
A reset push button is provided to allow the user to reset the
part manually. When pressed, the reset pin of the ADuC7060 is
pulled to DGND. Because the RESET pin on the ADuC7060 is
Schmidt-triggered internally, there is no need to use an external
Schmidt trigger on this pin.
RS-232 INTERFACE
The ADuC7060 (U1) P1.1 and P1.0 lines are connected to the
RS-232 interface cable via Connector J4. The interface cable
generates the required level shifting to allow direct connection
to a PC serial port. Ensure that the cable supplied is connected
to the board correctly, that is, DVDD is connected to DVDD
and DGND is connected to DGND.
EMULATION INTERFACE
EXTERNAL REFERENCE (ADR280)
When pressed, the INT0 push button switch drives P0.4/IRQ0
high. This can be used to initiate an External Interrupt 0.
To enter serial download mode, pull the NTRST/BM pin
low while reset is toggled. On the evaluation board, serial
download mode can be easily initiated by holding down the
serial download push button (S3) while pressing and releasing
the reset button (S1).
Nonintrusive emulation and download are possible on the
ADuC7060 via JTAG by connecting a JTAG emulator to the
J5 connector.
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POWER INDICATOR/GENERAL PURPOSE LEDS
GENERAL-PURPOSE PROTOTYPE AREA
A power LED (D4) is used to indicate that a sufficient supply is
available on the board. A general-purpose LED (D6) is directly
connected to P1.6 of the ADuC7060. When P1.6 is cleared, the
LED is turned on. When P1.6 is set, the LED is turned off.
General-purpose prototype areas are provided at the bottom
of the evaluation board for adding external components as
required in the user’s application. As can be seen from the
layout in Figure 4, AVDD, AGND, VDD, and DGND tracks are
provided in this prototype area.
ANALOG I/O CONNECTIONS
Note that the ADC0/ADC1 pins and the AIN0/AIN1 pins are
the same pins in this user guide. Both sets use the function and
differ only in name.
All analog I/O connections are brought out on Header J2.
The primary ADC inputs, AIN0 and AIN1, are connected to
an RTD demonstration circuit (see Figure 1). The component,
RTD1 is a surface-mount RTD in a 1206 package. It is stimulated by the excitation current source, IEC0 from the ADuC7060,
and is measured differentially by the primary ADC. R1 is the
5.6 kΩ reference resistor in the circuit.
The DAC output is buffered externally using the OP293 op amp
device, U4.
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DIP SWITCH LINK OPTIONS
Table 1.
Option
S4-1
Name
RTD AIN0
Function
Connects the positive side of the RTD to the AIN0
pin (Pin 20).
S4-2
RTD AIN1
Connects the negative side of the RTD to the
AIN1 pin (Pin 19).
S4-3
RTD REFIN+
Connects the positive side of the reference resistor (R1) in the RTD demo circuit to the VREF+ pin
(Pin 21).
S4-4
RTD REFIN−
Connects the negative side of the reference resistor (R1) in the RTD demo circuit to the VREF− pin
(Pin 22).
S4-5
1.2V REFIN+
Connects the ADR280 1.2 V precision reference
voltage to the VREF+ pin (Pin 21).
S4-6
AIN1 BIAS
Connects the ADR280 1.2 V precision reference
voltage to the AIN1 pin (Pin 19).
S4-7
EXT_REF
S4-8
GND AINCOM
Brings the output of the ADR280 reference
device to test Pin 13 of J2.
Note: Never turn S1-7 and S1-8 on at the same
time as this shorts the external reference output
to GND.
Connects AGND to Pin 13 of J2.
Note: Never turn S1-7 and S1-8 on at the same
time as this shorts the external reference output
to GND.
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Use
Slide S1-1 to the on position to connect the positive side of
the RTD to the ADuC7060.
Slide S1-1 to the off position to disconnect the RTD from AIN0.
Slide S1-2 to the on position to connect the negative side of
the RTD to the ADuC7060.
Slide S1-2 to the off position to disconnect the RTD from AIN1.
Slide S1-3 to the on position to connect the positive side of
the reference resistor (R1) to the VREF+ pin.
Slide S1-3 to the off position to disconnect the reference
resistor from the VREF+ pin.
Slide S1-4 to the on position to connect the negative side of
the reference resistor (R1) to the VREF− pin.
Slide S1-4 to the off position to disconnect the reference
resistor from the VREF− pin. In this position, the VREF− pin is
connected to AGND.
Slide S1-5 to the on position to connect the ADR280 1.2 V
precision reference voltage to the VREF+ pin.
Slide S1-5 to the off position to disconnect the ADR280 1.2 V
reference device from VREF+.
Slide S1-6 to the on position to connect the ADR280 1.2 V
precision reference voltage to the AIN1 pin.
Slide S1-6 to the off position to disconnect the ADR280 1.2 V
reference device from AIN1.
Slide S1-7 to the on position to connect the ADR280
reference device to Pin 13 of J2.
Slide S1-7 to the off position to disconnect the ADR280
reference device from Pin 13 of J2.
Slide S1-8 to the on position to connect Pin 13 of J2 to GND.
Slide S1-8 to the off position to disconnect Pin 13 of J2 from
GND.
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EXTERNAL CONNECTORS
ANALOG I/O CONNECTOR J2
EMULATION CONNECTOR J5
Connector J2 provides external connections for all ADC inputs,
reference inputs, and DAC outputs. The pinout of the connector
is shown in Table 2.
Connector J5 provides a connection of the evaluation board to
the PC via a JTAG emulator.
Table 2. Pin Functions for Analog I/O Connector J2
Connector J4 provides a simple connection of the evaluation
board to the PC via a serial port cable provided with the
ADuC7060 development system.
Pin Number
J2-1
J2-2
J2-3
J2-4
J2-5
J2-6
J2-7
J2-8
J2-9
J2-10
J2-11
J2-12
J2-13
J2-14
J2-15
J2-16
J2-17
J2-18
J2-19
J2-20
J2-21
J2-22
Pin Function
AGND
AVDD
AIN0
AIN1
AIN2
AIN3
VREF−
VREF+
AIN4
AIN5
AIN6
AIN7
EXT_REF
DAC (unbuffered)
DAC (buffered)
AIN8
AIN9
V0, op amp output
V−, op amp inverting input
V+, op amp noninverting input
GND_SW
IEXC1, Current Excitation Source 1
POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR J1
Connector J1 allows for connection between the evaluation
board and the 9 V power supply provided in the ADuC7060
development system.
SERIAL INTERFACE CONNECTOR J4
DIGITAL I/O CONNECTOR J3
The digital I/O connector, J3, provides external connections for
all GPIOs. The pinout of the connector is shown in Table 3,
with details of the pin functions.
Table 3. Pin Functions for Digital I/O Connector J3
Pin No.
J3-1
J3-2
J3-3
J3-4
J3-5
J3-6
J3-7
J3-8
J3-9
J3-10
J3-11
J3-12
J3-13
J3-14
J3-15
J3-16
J3-17
J3-18
J3-19
J3-20
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Pin Function
P1.6
P1.5
P1.4
P1.3
P1.2
P0.6
P0.5
P2.1
P2.0
P1.1/SOUT
P1.0/SIN
P0.4/INT0
P0.3
P0.2
P0.1
P0.0
RESET
DGND
DGND
DVDD
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RTD DEMONSTRATION CIRCUIT
The on-board RTD is measured by the primary ADC by using
the sample code in the RTD.c file. The RTD.c file is located in
the code example folder of the software CD included with the
evaluation board kit. The IEXC0 pin provides an excitation
current through the RTD. The voltage drop across the RTD
is measured differentially by ADC0 through input channels
ADC0 and ADC1. The reference resistor, R1, is connected to
the VREF+ of the ADuC7060.
0.2mA~1mA
IEXC0
AIN0 (T+)
RTD
AIN1 (T–)
For this test, set Switch 1 to Switch 4 of S4 to the on position.
VREF+
RREF
VREF–
GND_SW
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Note that the ADC0/ADC1 pins and the AIN0/AIN1 pins are
the same pins in this user guide. Both sets use the function and
differ only in name.
Figure 1. Diagram of the RTD Circuit
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EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC AND ARTWORK
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Figure 2. EVAL-ADuC7060 Board Schematic and Layout
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Figure 3. Evaluation Board Schematic
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Figure 4. Evaluation Board Silkscreen
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BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 4.
Qty
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
6
Component
EVAL-ADuC7060QS QuickStart PCB
PCB Stand-offs
U1
ADR1
U3
U4
U2
Y1
S4
S1, S2, S3
D4
D6
D1
C3, C14, C16, C17, C29, C30
Order No.
Supplier
1165061
ADuC7060
ADR280ARTZ-REEL7
ADP3333ARM-2.5Z
OP293ESZ
ADP3333ARM3.3Z
FEC 3160312
FEC 9479112
FEC 177807
FEC 515620
FEC 515607
BAV103TPMSCT-ND
FEC 1135105
Farnell
Analog Devices, Inc.
Analog Devices, Inc.
Analog Devices, Inc.
Analog Devices, Inc.
Analog Devices, Inc.
Farnell
Farnell
Farnell
Fairchild Semiconductor
Fairchild Semiconductor
Digi-Key
Farnell
FEC 9406204
Farnell
FEC 1432459
Farnell
FEC 722236
Farnell
FEC 721979
Farnell
RTD
Description
Two-sided surface-mount PCB-1
Stand-off, stick on mounting feet
MicroConverter
Band gap reference
Fixed 2.5 V linear voltage regulator
Dual op amp, (8-lead SOIC)
Fixed 3.3 V linear voltage regulator
32.768 kHz watch crystal
SW/8-way DIP switch
PCB-mounted push-button switch
1.8 mm miniature LED (green)
1.8 mm miniature LED (red)
PRLL4002 diode
10 μF surface-mount tantalum capacitor,
TAJ-B case
0.1 μF surface-mount ceramic capacitor,
0603 case
4.7 μF surface-mount tantalum capacitor,
TAJ-B case
10 nF surface-mount ceramic capacitor,
0603 case
12 pF surface-mount ceramic capacitor,
0603 case
100 Ω Class B 0805 RTD
14
C1, C2, C4, C5, C8 to C13, C24
1
C15
9
C6, C7, C20 to C27
2
C18, C19
1
PCS 1.1503.1
1
R1
5.6 kΩ surface-mount resistor, 0605 case
FEC 9331352
Enercorp (Embassy
Components)
Farnell
3
14
3
R12, R12, R21
R2 to R5, R11 to R20
R8 to R10
FEC 9331344
FEC 9331662
FEC 9330380
Farnell
Farnell
Farnell
1
4
1
R7
R22, R26 to R28
L1
FEC 9331832
FEC 9233628
FEC 9526862
Farnell
Farnell
Farnell
1
1
1
1
1
J4
J3
J2
J5
J1
560 Ω surface-mount resistor, 0603 case
0 Ω surface-mount resistor, 0603 case
1 kΩ or 4.7 Ω surface mount resistor, 0603
case
1.5 Ω surface-mount resistor, 0603 case
100 kΩ surface-mount resistor, 0603 case
Ferrite bead surface-mount inductor,
1206 case
4-pin, 90° single row header
34-pin straight single row header
22-pin straight single row header
20-pin connector
PCB mounted power socket (2 mm pin
diameter)
TSM-104-02-T-SH
TSM-120-01-T-SV
TSM-122-01-T-SV
TSM-104-02-T-SH
KLDX-SMT2-0202-A
Samtec
Samtec
Samtec
Samtec
KYCON, Inc.
ESD CAUTION
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NOTES
Evaluation boards are only intended for device evaluation and not for production purposes. Evaluation boards are supplied “as is” and without warranties of any kind, express,
implied, or statutory including, but not limited to, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under
any patents or other intellectual property by application or use of evaluation boards. Information furnished by Analog Devices is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no
responsibility is assumed by Analog Devices for its use, nor for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties that may result from its use. Analog Devices reserves the
right to change devices or specifications at any time without notice. Trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Evaluation boards are not
authorized to be used in life support devices or systems.
©2009 Analog Devices, Inc. All rights reserved. Trademarks and
registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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