Evaluation Board User Guide UG-444

Evaluation Board User Guide UG-444
Evaluation Board User Guide
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Evaluating the AD5750 Industrial Current/Voltage Output Driver
FEATURES
output ranges. The software ranges are configured via an SPI/MICROWIRE®-compatible serial interface.
Current output ranges: 4 mA to 20 mA, 0 mA to 20 mA,
0 mA to 24 mA, ±20 mA, ±24 mA
Voltage output ranges: 0 V to 5 V, 0 V to 10 V, ±5 V, ±10 V
20% overrange
Flexible serial digital interface
On-chip output fault detection
Asynchronous CLEAR pin function
Power supply
AVDD range: +12 V to +20 V
AVSS range: −12 V to −20 V
Output loop compliance to AVDD − 2.0 V
Temperature range: −40°C to +105°C
LFCSP package
The output current range is programmable across five current
ranges: 4 mA to 20 mA, 0 mA to 20 mA, 0 mA to 24 mA,
±20 mA, and ±24 mA.
Voltage output is provided from a separate pin that can be configured to provide 0 V to 5 V, 0 V to 10 V, ±5 V, or ±10 V output
ranges. An overrange of 20% is available on the voltage ranges.
The input to the AD5750 is an analog input ranging from 0 V
to 4.096 V. After the range is selected, 0 V outputs the low end
of the selected range, and 4.096 V outputs the high end of the
selected range. This evaluation board is configured to allow the
AD5750 to be driven with an on-board DAC (AD5662 16-bit,
0 V to 4.096 V output). Alternatively, the user can configure an
external 0 V to 4.096 V input. The evaluation board can operate
the AD5750 in software mode only.
APPLICATIONS
Process control
Actuator control
PLC
The evaluation board is powered via terminal blocks and requires a
sense resistor (R38) of 15 kΩ with less than 15 ppm/°C; there is
no load resistor provided on this evaluation board.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The AD5750 is a single-channel, low cost, precision current/
voltage output driver with hardware- or software-programmable
EVALUATION BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM
POWER SUPPLY INPUTS
V+
AVDD
EXT REF
4.096V
REF
AVSS
USB
CONNECTOR
VREF
VREF
VIN
AD5662
AD5750
VOUT
IOUT
Figure 1.
PLEASE SEE THE LAST PAGE FOR AN IMPORTANT
WARNING AND LEGAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
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VDD
CONTROLLER
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1
Evaluation Board Software ...............................................................4
Applications ....................................................................................... 1
Installing the Software ..................................................................4
General Description ......................................................................... 1
Using the Software ........................................................................4
Evaluation Board Block Diagram ................................................... 1
Testing the Outputs .......................................................................6
Revision History ........................................................................... 2
Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork ...................................7
Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 3
Bill of Materials ..................................................................................9
Power Supplies .............................................................................. 3
Related Links ................................................................................... 10
Link Options ................................................................................. 3
REVISION HISTORY
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
POWER SUPPLIES
The digital section of the AD5750 evaluation board can be
powered from the USB port. This is the default setup. It can
also be powered by an external supply using the J7 power
connector. Both AGND and DGND inputs are provided on the
board. The AGND and DGND planes are connected at one
location close to the AD5750. Each supply is decoupled to the
relevant ground plane using 10 μF and 0.1 μF capacitors. Each
device supply pin is also decoupled using a 10 μF and 0.1 μF
capacitor pair to the relevant ground plane.
The AVDD and AVSS pins can be operated from ±12 V to ±20 V,
respectively (Connector J17). The supply for the on-board
reference can be supplied from AVDD or V+ (LK27). The maximum supply for this reference is 18 V. If using AVDD to supply
the ADR434, AVDD must be limited to +18 V. The external
reference can be overdriven via Connector J2.
LINK OPTIONS
Several link and switch options on the evaluation board should
be set for the required operating setup before using the board.
Table 1 lists the default link options. The functions of these link
options are described in detail in Table 2. The default setup is
for control by the PC via the USB port. The default setting also
configures the on-board reference and DAC to provide the
analog input to the AD5750.
Table 1. Link Options Default
Link No.
LK1
LK2
LK6
LK8
LK10
LK16
LK17
LK21
LK22
LK23
LK25
LK27
Option (Default)
B
Inserted
A
A
B
Inserted
Inserted
Inserted
Removed
Inserted
A
A
Table 2. Link Options
Link No.
LK1
LK2
LK6
LK8
LK10
LK16
LK17
LK21
LK22
LK23
LK25
LK27
Function
This link is used to select whether the on-board DAC or an external analog input is used to generate the 0 V to 4.096 V input.
Position A: the external source is used.
Position B: the on-board DAC is used.
This link is used to disconnect the on-board DAC to allow connection of an external analog input.
This link is used to select the power supply source for the ADP3303.
Position A: the USB 5 V power supply source is the power supply source for the ADP3303.
Position B: J7 is the power supply source for the ADP3303.
This link is used to select the power supply source for the digital circuitry DVCC.
Position A: the USB 5 V power supply source or J7 is the power supply source for the digital circuitry DVCC.
Position B: the ADP3303 output is used to supply the digital circuitry DVCC.
This link is used to determine the connection to the AVSS pin.
Position A: the AVSS pin is tied to the J14 connector.
Position B: the AVSS pin is tied to GND.
This link is used to connect the voltage output to a positive sense feedback.
This link is used to connect the voltage output to a negative sense feedback.
This link is used to connect the AVDD supply to the AVDD pin of the AD5750. The link should always be inserted.
This link is used to select an external reference source to be used as the reference/supply to the AD5662 and the reference
for the AD5750.
This link is used to select the on-board ADR434 reference to be used as the reference/supply to the AD5662 and the reference
for the AD5750.
This link is used to determine the connection to Pin 32 (the NC/IFAULT pin).
Position A: In software mode, Pin 32 is a no connect (NC) and must be tied to GND.
Position B: In hardware mode, Pin 32 is the open-circuit fault alert (IFAULT) and must be tied to a pull-up resistor.
This link is used to determine the supply to the on-board reference. The maximum supply for this reference is 18 V. If AVDD is
used to supply the ADR434, AVDD must be limited to +18 V.
Position A: the reference is tied to AVDD.
Position B: the reference is tied to V+.
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EVALUATION BOARD SOFTWARE
Evaluation Software. The window shown in Figure 2
should appear.
INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
The AD5750EBZ evaluation kit includes self-installing software
on a CD-ROM. The software is compatible with Windows® 2000
and Windows XP and must be install before connecting the
evaluation board to the USB port to ensure that the evaluation
board is correctly recognized when it is connected to the PC.
1.
2.
3.
Insert the CD-ROM into the disc drive. The installation
process should automatically begin. If the setup file does
not run automatically when you insert the CD-ROM, run
the setup.exe file directly from the CD-ROM.
After the installation from the CD-ROM has completed,
connect the AD5750 evaluation board to the USB port
using the cable supplied in the evaluation board kit.
The software should automatically detect the evaluation
board. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the
installation.
USING THE SOFTWARE
Programming the AD5750 Analog Input (Section 1)
The analog input to the AD5750 is provided from the on-board
AD5662 16-bit DAC. The AD5662 is a 16-bit, 5 V DAC. Both the
power supply and the reference to the DAC are supplied from an
on-board reference ADR434 (4.096 V). This reference can be
overdriven and an external reference supply can be connected
via Connector J2.
To program the AD5662 DAC,
1.
2.
Type the data-word in hexadecimal format in the Enter
Data Word box within Section 1 of the main window.
Click OK to program the DAC.
The AD5662 programmed word should then display the
programmed word to the DAC. If you are using an external
DAC, there is no need to program the on-board DAC.
To run the software,
From the Analog Devices menu, select Start > All
Programs > Analog Devices > AD5750 > AD5750
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Figure 2. Main Window
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Configuring the AD5750 Range and Settings (Section 2)
OUTEN
Using Section 2 of the evaluation board software’s main window
allows various functions of the AD5750 to be configured.
The OUTEN box enables and disables the output. Setting OUTEN
to 1 enables the output. Clearing OUTEN to 0 disables the output.
CLRSEL
RSEL and AD5750 Output Range
The CLRSEL box selects the CLEAR condition—either zero scale
or full scale of the selected range. Setting CLRSEL to 1 selects
the midscale of the selected range. Clearing CLRSEL to 0 selects
the full scale of the selected range.
The AD5750 output range is selected using a combination of
the AD5750 Output Range pull-down menu and the RSEL
box. The RSEL bit nominally selects whether the internal or
external sense resistor is enabled but is also used as a decode bit
to allow for extra ranges (for example, current-mode overranges
and an extra voltage range). Table 3 shows the implementation
and settings for choosing all the available ranges.
CLEAR
The CLEAR box implements a clear condition. Setting CLEAR to
1 sets the CLEAR bit in the register and clears the output. Clearing
CLEAR to 0 enables the output with the last code programmed.
To set the AD5750 output range,
1.
2.
Using Table 3, determine the output range required.
Set the RSEL and AD5750 Output Range as detailed in
Table 3.
Table 3. Configuring the AD5750 Output Range
Output Range Required
4 mA to 20 mA output using external current sense resistor option
0 mA to 20 mA output using external current sense resistor option
0 mA to 24 mA output using external current sense resistor option
±20 mA output using external current sense resistor option
±24 mA output using external current sense resistor option
0 V to 5 V voltage range
0 V to 10 V voltage range
±5 V voltage range
±10 V voltage range
0 V to 6 V voltage range
0 V to 12 V voltage range
±6 V voltage range
±12 V voltage range
±2.5 V voltage range
0V
0V
4 mA to 20 mA output using internal current sense resistor option
0 mA to 20 mA output using internal current sense resistor option
0 mA to 24 mA output using internal current sense resistor option
±20 mA output using internal current sense resistor option
±24 mA output using internal current sense resistor option
3.92 mA to 20.4 mA using internal current sense resistor option
0 mA to 20.4 mA using internal current sense resistor option
0 mA to 24.5 mA using internal current sense resistor option
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Settings in Section 2 of Main Window
RSEL
AD5750 Output Range
0
4 mA to 20 mA current range
0
0 mA to 20 mA current range
0
0 mA to 24 mA current range
0
±20 mA current range
0
±24 mA current range
0 or 1
0 V to 5 V voltage range
0 or 1
0 V to 10 V voltage range
0 or 1
±5 V voltage range
0 or 1
±10 V voltage range
0 or 1
0 V to 6 V voltage range
0 or 1
0 V to 12 V voltage range
0 or 1
±6 V voltage range
0 or 1
±12 V voltage range
0
Range 1101
0
Range 1110
0
Range 1111
1
4 mA to 20 mA current range
1
0 mA to 20 mA current range
1
0 mA to 24 mA current range
1
±20 mA current range
1
±24 mA current range
1
Range 1101
1
Range 1110
1
Range 1111
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Reading Back from the AD5750 (Section 3)
The main window also allows you to read back the status of
various AD5750 bits. Within Section 3 in the main window of
the evaluation board software, click READ AD5750 to read
back from the AD5750.
CLRSEL
The CLRSEL box displays the condition of the CLRSEL bit in the
control register. Reading back a CLRSEL setting of 1 indicates
that the midscale of the range is selected. Reading back a CLRSEL
setting of 0 indicates that the full-scale of the range is selected.
OUTEN
Fault setting of 1 indicates that there is an open-circuit condition
on the current output channel.
Vout Fault
The Vout Fault box indicates when there is a short-circuit
condition on the voltage output channel. Reading back a Vout
Fault setting of 1 indicates that there is a short-circuit condition
on the voltage output channel.
Output Range Config
The Output Range Config box shows the selected output range
configuration.
Resetting the AD5750
The OUTEN box displays whether the output is enabled or
disabled. Reading back a OUTEN setting of 1 indicates that the
output is enabled. Reading back a OUTEN setting of 0 indicates
that the output is disabled.
RSEL
The RSEL box displays the condition of the RSEL bit internally.
Reading back a RSEL setting of 0 indicates that the external sense
resistor is selected. Reading back a RSEL setting of 1 indicates
that the internal sense resistor is selected.
Over Temp
The Over Temp box indicates when the core temperature
exceeds 150°C. Reading back an Over Temp setting of 1
indicates that the core temperature has exceeded 150°C.
Iout Fault
The Iout Fault box indicates when there is an open-circuit
condition on the current output channel. Reading back an Iout
Click RESET AD5750 to reset the AD5750. Setting RESET
AD5750 to 1 resets the part. Clearing RESET AD5750 to 0 puts
the part back in normal mode.
TESTING THE OUTPUTS
Voltage Output
The voltage output is available on the VOUT channel. Connect
this channel to a digital volt meter (DVM) to monitor the
output voltage.
Current Output
The current output is available on the IOUT channel. On the
AD5750 evaluation board, the IOUT output is terminated with
a ±2.0 ppm/°C, 250 Ω load resistor. This resistor is rated at 0.6 W.
The maximum output in current mode from the AD5750 is
24.5 mA; therefore, the maximum power dissipation using this
resistor is 0.15 W. Using the setup provided, you can connect
the IOUT channel to a DVM to monitor the output voltage and
calculate the output current.
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EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATICS AND ARTWORK
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Figure 3. Main Device Circuitry
Figure 4. USB Controller Circuitry
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Figure 5. Component Placement
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Figure 6. Top PCB Layer
Figure 7. Bottom PCB Layer
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BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 4.
Name
C1, C3, C18, C20, C21, C22, C23, C24,
C25, C26, C27, C28, C29, C30, C34,
C45, C47, C52, C55, C57
C2, C4, C5, C6, C61
C7, C40, C41, C42, C49
C8, C19, C46, C56
C9, C10, C48
C31
C32, C33
C51
C53
D1, D2, D3, D4
J1
J2, J7, J14, J16, J17, J18
LK1, LK2, LK6, LK8, LK10, LK16, LK17,
LK21, LK22, LK23, LK25, LK27
R1, R2, R47
R3, R7, R9, R11, R15, R18, R26, R35, R36,
R37, R39, R40, R41, R42, R43, R48
R4, R5, R6, R19, R20, R21, R22
R16, R17
R23
R24, R25
R38
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
Y2
Part Description
0.1 µF, 16 V, X7R, ceramic capacitor
Part Number
CM105X7R104K16AT
Stock Code
FEC 1216538
0.1 µF, 100 V, ceramic capacitor
10 µF, 10 V, SMD, tantalum capacitor
10 µF, 63 V, electrolytic capacitor
2.2 µF, 10 V, Y5V, ceramic capacitor
22 pF, 50 V, NPO, ceramic capacitor
10 µF, 35 V, Y5V, ceramic capacitor
1 µF, 10 V, SMD, tantalum capacitor
Red, SMD LED
USB Mini-B connector (USB-OTG)
3-pin terminal block (5 mm pitch)
3-pin (0.1 inch pitch) header and shorting shunt
C1206F104K1RAC
MCCTB106M010
EEEFK1J100P
9402098
2238 867 15229
GMK316F106ZL-T
TAJR105K010R
HSMH-C170
565790576
CTB5000/3
M20-9990246
DNP
FEC 1288275
FEC 1190113
FEC 9696008
FEC 9402098
FEC 722005
Digikey 587-1352-1-ND
FEC 197099
FEC 5790840
FEC 9786490
FEC 151790
FEC 1022249 & 150-411
0 Ω, SMD resistor
MC 0.063W 0603
DNP
FEC 9331662
10 kΩ, SMD resistor
100 kΩ, SMD resistor
1 kΩ, SMD resistor
2.2 kΩ, SMD resistor
15 kΩ, precision SMD resistor
8 × 12 analog switch array
16-bit nanoDAC® with reference
Precision low dropout voltage regulator
USB microcontroller
64k EEPROM
Reference
24 MHz , plastic SMD crystal
MC 0.063W 0603
MC 0.063W 0603
MC 0.063W 0603
MC 0.063W 0603
RN73C2A15KBTG
AD5750YCPZ
AD5662BRJZ-2500RL7
ADP3303ARZ-3.3
CY7C68013-56LFC
24LC64-I/SN
ADR434ARMZ
X24M000000S244
FEC 9330399
FEC 9330402
FEC 9330380
FEC 9330810
FEC 1140932
AD5750YCPZ
AD5662BRJZ-2500RL7
ADP3303ARZ-3.3
CY7C68013-56LFC
Digikey 24LC64-I/SN-ND
ADR434ARZ/ADR434BRZ
FEC 9509658
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RELATED LINKS
Resource
AD5750
AD5662
ADR434
ADP3303
Description
Product Page: Industrial Current/Voltage Output Driver with Programmable Ranges
Product Page: 2.7 V to 5.5 V, 250 µA, Rail-to-Rail Output 16-Bit nanoDAC in a SOT-23
Product Page: Ultralow Noise XFET® 4.096 V Voltage Reference with Current Sink and Source Capability
Product Page: High Accuracy anyCAP® 200 mA Low Dropout Linear Regulator
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NOTES
ESD Caution
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circuitry, damage may occur on devices subjected to high energy ESD. Therefore, proper ESD precautions should be taken to avoid performance degradation or loss of functionality.
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