ADN4612-EVALZ User Guide UG-740 , 1

ADN4612-EVALZ User Guide UG-740  , 1
ADN4612-EVALZ User Guide
UG-740
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Evaluating the ADN4612, 11.3 Gbps, 12 × 12 Digital Crosspoint Switch
FEATURES
EVALUATION BOARD CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Full featured evaluation board for the ADN4612
USB to I2C control interface
On-board power distribution network
EVALUATION KIT CONTENTS
ADN4612 evaluation board
USB cable
DC-to-DC converter power cable
DOCUMENTS NEEDED
13248-001
ADN4612 data sheet
ADN4612-EVALZ user guide
ADN4612 evaluation board schematic
SOFTWARE NEEDED
ADN4612 evaluation software
Figure 1. ADN4612 Evaluation Board
EQUIPMENT NEEDED
A differential oscilloscope or serial data analyzer with
greater than 12 GHz analog input bandwidth
A differential pattern generator
A PC with Windows® 2000/XP
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The ADN4612 evaluation board user guide describes the setup
and general usage of the ADN4612 evaluation board. Included
in this document is a quick start guide, hardware configuration
instructions, and software installation instructions.
The ADN4612 evaluation board provides access to all 12
differential input ports and 12 differential output ports of the
ADN4612 via top launch SMA connectors. Each input and output
pair is ac-coupled using a 0.1 μF capacitor.
PLEASE SEE THE LAST PAGE FOR AN IMPORTANT
WARNING AND LEGAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
All microstrip (top layer) transmission lines use an RoHs
compliant, Megtron-6 dielectric. The differential transmission
line pairs are 10 mil wide with 7.5 mil spacing and are designed
to have a differential characteristic impedance of 100 Ω. The
stripline (middle layers) transmission lines are RoHs compliant,
FR-4 material.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1 Input Signals...................................................................................4 Evaluation Kit Contents ................................................................... 1 Output Signals ...............................................................................4 Documents Needed .......................................................................... 1 USB to I2C MCU ...........................................................................5 Software Needed ............................................................................... 1 Switches ..........................................................................................5 Equipment Needed ........................................................................... 1 Evaluation Board Software ...............................................................6 Evaluation Board Connection Diagram ........................................ 1 Software Overview ........................................................................6 General Description ......................................................................... 1 Load from EEPROM Procedure..................................................9 Revision History ............................................................................... 2 Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork ................................ 10 Quick Start Guide ............................................................................. 3 Ordering Information .................................................................... 13 Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 4 Bill of Materials ........................................................................... 13 Power Supplies .............................................................................. 4 REVISION HISTORY
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QUICK START GUIDE
7.
This section provides a quick start procedure for using the
ADN4612 on the evaluation board. The following procedure
describes how to set the default settings:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
Insert the 12 V adapter terminal into connector P58.
Set the power switch (S3) to the on position.
Connect the provided USB cable from the PC to the USB
connector on the evaluation board (P56).
Connect IPx (positive) and INx (negative) to a pattern
generator to receive a pseudorandom binary sequence
(PRBS) signal. It is important to use a pair of matched
length, 50 Ω cables.
Connect OPx and ONx to an oscilloscope using a pair of
matched length, 50 Ω cables.
Apply a data pattern signal (any rate up to 11.3 Gbps) to
the ADN4612. A signal with an amplitude of 800 mV p-p
differential is a good signal for an initial test.
9.
Extract the contents of the compressed ADN4612
Evaluation Software .zip file to a folder on the PC.
Double-click ADN4612_0vX.exe to run the ADN4612
evaluation software.
Use the software provided to control the ADN4612. Refer
to the Software Overview section for details on how to
configure a channel for evaluation.
The graphical user interface (GUI) resets the device and sets the
receiver, crosspoint switch core, and transmitter to a default
configuration. The user can click the RESET DEVICE button to
ensure that the ADN4612 is in the correct default state and matches
the user interface. The reset operation may take several seconds to
complete and can be monitored via the progress bar.
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
POWER SUPPLIES
The ADN4612 consists of core, input/output, and digital logic
supplies. All supplies are referenced to VEE (typically 0 V). The
evaluation board supply voltages are listed in Table 1.
A 12 V/5 A (60 Hz) power adapter (provided with the evaluation
kit) supplies power to the ADN4612 evaluation board. An on/off
switch enables or disables power to the board. A switch regulator
provides 12 V to 5 V dc-to-dc conversion. Analog Devices, Inc.,
linear dropout regulators generate the correct VCC25, VCC18,
VDD18, VTTI, and VTTO supply voltages for the ADN4612.
INPUT SIGNALS
High Speed Differential Serial Inputs (INx/IPx)
The ADN4612 receives a differential or single-ended signal
through the top launch, screw-fit SMA connectors (Molex,
Model 73251-1851), labeled INx and IPx
The SMA connectors can move to any connector placement
location on the evaluation board. A differential input signal level
of 800 mV p-p differential is suggested for initial investigation.
With ac signal coupling, ADN4612 supports not only current
mode logic (CML), but also low voltage differential signaling
(LVDS) and low voltage positive referenced emitter coupler
logic (LVPECL). Ceramic capacitors provide the ac coupling
path to the signal input. To match with the 50 Ω transmission
line, the ADN4612 has on-chip, 50 Ω termination resistors at
the input pads.
OUTPUT SIGNALS
High Speed Differential Serial Outputs (OPx/ONx)
The CML outputs are ac-coupled to the SMA connectors,
labeled OPx and ONx, through ceramic capacitors.
Table 1. ADN4612 Supply Voltages
Type
Core analog
Core analog
Input termination
Output termination
Digital logic
Voltage (V)
2.5
1.8
2.5
3.3
1.8
Test Points
VCC (red)
VCC18 (purple)
VTTI (orange)
VTTO (orange)
VDD18 (white)
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Supply Mnemonic
VCC
VCC1P8
VTTIW/VTTIE
VTTON/VTTOS
DVCC
Figure 2. ADN4612 Evaluation Board Power Distribution Network
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USB TO I2C MCU
SWITCHES
The PIC microcontroller unit (MCU)-based USB device
communication circuit allows device register read or write
communication through an I2C bus interface (see Figure 3).
Table 2 lists the manual push-button switches available on the
ADN4612 evaluation board and the function each switch controls.
Table 2. ADN4612 Switches
Function
ADN4612 RESET
PIC microcontroller reset
Power supply on/off switch
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Switch
S1
S2
S3
Figure 3. ADN4612 Evaluation Board USB to I2C PIC MCU
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EVALUATION BOARD SOFTWARE
SOFTWARE OVERVIEW
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The software requires the hsiUsb.dll file to establish successful
communication with the device. The file is located in the same
folder as the ADN4612_0vX.exe executable.
Some operating systems require placing the hsiUsb.dll file into
the folder above the ADN4612_0vX.exe file to operate the software.
Figure 4. ADN4612 Control Software Screenshot
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Input Controls
RX EN
ADDRESS
Select the EN check boxes to enable or disable the inputs. By
default, RX EN is disabled.
The ADDRESS box is the register address field. Values are
hexadecimal and only values 00 to FF are valid; the register
address field does not recognize 0x as a valid value.
EQUALIZER EN
DATA
Select the EN check boxes to enable or disable the equalizer. By
default, EQUALIZER EN is enabled.
The DATA field is the register data field. Values are hexadecimal.
The 0x prefix is not recognized during an I2C write operation;
valid values are 00 to FF. The result of a register read command
overwrites the text in this field and contains the 0x prefix. If a
register command is unsuccessful, the text “−0x3” appears in the
field. The DEVICE COMMUNICATION STATUS box indicates
if the software is successfully communicating to the ADN4612.
EQUALZIER EQP, EQA, and TOTAL EQ
Select the values, in decibels, from the drop-down menus for an
EQP (default: 0 dB) and EQA (default: 1 dB) boost. The TOTAL
EQ boxes summarize the total equalizer boost setting in decibels
(default: 1 dB).
XPT Connect Control
XPT CONNECT
WRITE Button
The WRITE button initiates a single I2C register write command
using the device address, register address, and data values.
Each output connects to any input. Choose which input connects
to the corresponding output from the drop-down menus. The
crosspoint connection state automatically updates upon selection.
(By default, INx connects to OUTx.)
Output Controls
TX EN
Select the check boxes to enable or disable the outputs. By
default, TX EN is disabled.
READ Button
The READ button initiates a single I2C register read command
using the device address and register address values. The I2C
read result is written to the DATA field. The result of a register
read command overwrites the text in this box and contains the
0x prefix.
Device Communication Status
TX DRIVE CONTROL OUTPUT LEVEL (mV p-p Diff)
Click the drop-down menus and select an mV p-p differential
value to set the dc output level swing. The default of the TX
DRIVE CONTROL OUTPUT LEVEL box is 800 mV p-p
differential.
TX DRIVE CONTROL PRE-EMPHASIS BOOST (dB)
Select the decibel value in the drop-down menus to set the
output pre-emphasis boost. The maximum available preemphasis boost decibel varies with the OUTPUT LEVEL
(mVp-p Diff) setting. The VTTO supply must be set to 3.3 V
for all pre-emphasis settings to work properly.
I2C Communication Bus Controls
DEVICE ADDRESS
The DEVICE ADDRESS drop-down menu selects the I2C
device address. The device address must match the
corresponding switch settings on the evaluation board (S2, S3).
The value is listed in hexadecimal format. The allowable values
are 0x88, 0x8A, 0x8C, and 0x8E.
The DEVICE COMMUNICATION STATUS box indicates if
the software is successfully communicating with the ADN4612.
The value CONNECTED indicates successful communication.
The value DISCONNECTED indicates unsuccessful
communication.
Possible device communication problems include
•
•
The USB cable detached from the I2C interface board or PC.
The I2C interface board detached from the ADN4612
evaluation board.
Reset Control
The RESET DEVICE button initiates a software reset of the
ADN4612, initializes the ADN4612 to the recommended
default settings, and restores the GUI to the default state. Click
RESET DEVICE after a power-up or a hardware reset to ensure
that the ADN4612 is in the correct default state. It can take
several seconds for the reset operation to complete. The progress
bar indicates when the reset operation is complete.
Exit Control
The EXIT GUI button exits the software program.
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Script Control
Export Register File
Import Register File
The export register file exports the register content of the
ADN4612 register map into a text file. By default, the text file is
written to the ADN4612_v1.0 folder. The user can modify the
default directory. The progress bar indicates when the export
operation completes. The text file is written as register address,
register data; for example, the file can be written as 0x01.
The import register file imports the register content of the
ADN4612 register map from a text file. The function restores
the GUI to the register settings in the import file. The progress
bar indicates when the import operation completes. The text file
must be written as register address, register data to import correctly
into the GUI.
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Figure 5. Load EEPROM Memory Control Software Screenshot
LOAD FROM EEPROM PROCEDURE
6.
To enable the power-on ready operation and alleviate system
control overhead, the ADN4612 can optionally load the
configuration from an external serial EEPROM. All user
registers, except for read only registers, can automatically load
using the I2C bus. The ADN4612 evaluation board hardware
and software supports the load from EEPROM feature. The
following steps provide instructions on how to utilize this
feature:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Click File > Load EEPROM Memory.
Select the EEPROM file to load into the EEPROM
memory. See examples of how to construct the user
generated EEPROM file in Table 3.
The Load EEPROM button is enabled after the file is read
into the tool. The EEPROM file format is a text file.
Select one of the following locations from the Page
Memory drop-down menu:
• A0 = Page 00
• A2 = Page 01
• A4 = Page 10
• A6 = Page 11
Click LOAD EEPROM to load the EEPROM memory.
7.
8.
9.
The LOAD ADN4612 button is enabled after the load is
complete.
Click the Device Address drop-down menu to select the
device address value that maps to the EEPROM page
memory. Choose one of the following maps:
• 88 = A0
• 8A = A2
• 8C = A4
• 8E = A6
Click LOAD ADN4612 to configure the ADN4612
registers from the EEPROM memory.
The GUI reflects the status of the ADN4612 registers.
Table 3. Examples of the EEPROM File
Address
0
1
2
3
4
…
225
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Data
0
13
FF
0F
3F
…
BC
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R23
280
+12V_IN_A
C98
100UF
R22
2.55K
R18
C99
10UF
C106
0.01UF
VCC_SS
1
7
3
4
8
EN
SENSE
5
IN
OUT
6
IN
OUT
SS
GND PAD
2 PAD
C96
2.2UF
VDC
VDD18_EN
C97
0.01UF
1
7
3
4
VDD18_SS 8
EN
SENSE
5
IN
OUT
6
IN
OUT
SS
GND PAD
2 PAD
Figure 6. ADN4612 Evaluation Board Power Distribution Network Schematic
VTTI_ADJ
C94
2.2UF
R17
1K
100K
R16
VTTI_EN
VTTI_SENSE
VDC
U9
1.3K
R21
EN
SENSE
5
IN
OUT
6
IN2
OUT2
ADJ
GND1 PAD
2 PAD
VTTI_LDO_ADJ
1
7
3
4
8
ADP1708ARDZ-R7
C100
10UF
VTTI_SENSE
VTTI
1 VIOLET
C104
2.2UF
VDC
VCC18_EN
C107
0.01UF
1
7
3
4
VCC18_SS 8
EN
SENSE
5
IN
OUT
6
IN
OUT
SS
GND PAD
2 PAD
ADP1706ARDZ-1.8-R7
U13
C103
2.2UF
VDC
VCC_EN
ADP1706ARDZ-2.5-R7
U12
2.5V LDO (VCC SUPPLY)
VDC
ADP1706ARDZ-1.8-R7
U8
C101
10UF
1 GRY
+5V
MPDTH12060WAH
VIN
VOUT
INHIBIT_N
VO_ADJUST
VO_SENSE
TRACK
MARGIN_DOWN_N
MARGIN_UP_N
GND
6
M1
1.8V LDO (VCC18 SUPPLY)
1.2K
U10
EN
SENSE
5
IN
OUT
6
IN2
OUT2
ADJ
GND1 PAD
2 PAD
100K
R20
1
7
3
4
8
2
3
NC
4
VDC 5
8
9
NC
NC 10
GND
1 BLK
1.8V LDO (VDD18 SUPPLY)
VTTO_ADJ
C95
2.2UF
VDC
VTTO_EN
ADP1708ARDZ-R7
2.5V-3.3V LDO (VTTO SUPPLY)
N
P
+12V
1 GRY
1.8V-2.5V LDO (VTTI SUPPLY)
PJ-102AH
1
2
3
S3
1A
+12V_IN 1
D502J12S2AHQF
+12VIN DC-DC CONVERTER (5V OUT)
1
7
P58
POWER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK
VCC
VDD18_SENSE
R28
10
VDD18
VDC
VCC18_SENSE
R27
2.4
VCC18
VDC
VTTO_SENSE
R26
0.1
VTTO
VDC
U14
C113
10UF
NC
NC
6
V+
NC
U18
D
NC
0.1UF
C117
AD8215YRZ
1
-IN
5
OUT
8
+IN
GND NC
D
AD8215YRZ
0.1UF
C116
AD8215YRZ
U17
6
V+
1
5
-IN
8
OUT
+IN
GND NC
D
0.1UF
C115
AD8215YRZ
U16
6
V+
1
-IN
5
8
OUT
+IN
GND NC
D
0.1UF
C114
PIC_VDD
PIC_VDD
1 GRY
U15
6
V+
1
5
-IN
8
OUT
+IN
GND NC
EN
SENSE
5
IN
OUT
6
IN
OUT
SS
GND PAD
2 PAD
VCC_SENSE
R25
0.1
VDC
1
7
3
4
8
ADP1706ARDZ-3.3-R7
C112
0.01UF
VCC18
1 WHT
VTTO
1 YEL
VCC
1 RED
VDD18
1 GRN
C110
10UF
C109
10UF
C111
2.2UF
2.0K
VDC
R24
3.3V LDO (PIC_VDD SUPPLY)
2
3
4
7
2
3
4
7
2
3
4
7
2
3
4
7
C119
0.1UF
DNI
D
VCC_CURRENT
C120
0.1UF
DNI
D
C121
0.1UF
DNI
D
0
C122
0.1UF
DNI
D
R33 VDD18_CURRENT
0
R32 VCC18_CURRENT
0
R31 VTTO_CURRENT
0
R30
VCC_SENSE
VTTI_SENSE
VTTO_SENSE
NC
VDC
NC
VCC18_SENSE
VDD18_SENSE
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
D
32
VCCP
C102
0.1UF
39
10UF
VDDCAP
14
REFOUT
35
PIC_SCL
SCL
36
PIC_SDA
SDA
30
VCC_EN
PDO1
29
VCC18_EN
PDO2
28
VDD18_EN
PDO3
27
NC
PDO4
26
VTTO_EN
PDO5
25
VTTI_EN
PDO6
24
NC
PDO7
23
NC
PDO8
22
NC
PDO9
21
NC
PDO10
15
VTTI_ADJ
DAC1
16
VTTO_ADJ
DAC2
17
NC
DAC3
18
NC
DAC4
19
NC
DAC5
20
NC
DAC6
U20
C125
REFGNDAGNDPDOGNDGND PAD
12
11
31
40 PAD ADM1066ACPZ
VP1
VP2
VP3
VP4
VH
VX1
VX2
VX3
VX4
VX5
33
A0
34
A1
13
REFIN
37
AUX2
38
AUX1
10UF
C124
POWER MONITOR/SEQUENCER/ADJUST
PIC_VDD
R40
3.48K
PIC_VDD
R39
3.48K
PIC_VDD
R37
3.48K
PIC_VDD
R36
3.48K
PIC_VDD
R35
3.48K
1
1
1
1
1
3 Q1
DS5
A
SML-310LTT86
DS6
DS7
A
C
SML-310LTT86
DS9
A
C
SML-310LTT86
2
C
A
SML-310LTT86
DS10
BC848C-7-F
3 Q6
2
BC848C-7-F
3 Q5
2
BC848C-7-F
3 Q3
2
BC848C-7-F
C
A
C
SML-310LTT86
3 Q2
2
BC848C-7-F
R41
1.18K
R46
1.18K
R45
1.18K
R43
1.18K
R42
1.18K
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2
1
2
1
P12
73251-1851
2
1
73251-1851
GND
C4
0.1UF
C14
0.1UF
C13
0.1UF
C12
0.1UF
C11
0.1UF
C10
0.1UF
C9
0.1UF
C8
0.1UF
C7
0.1UF
C6
0.1UF
C5
0.1UF
0.1UF
C2
0.1UF
C1
2
1
P14
GND
GND
P15
73251-1851
2
1
73251-1851
IN5
IP5
IN4
IP4
IN3
IP3
IN2
IP2
IN1
IP1
IN0
IP0
N_LONG
P_LONG
LONG TRACE CALIBRATION PATH
73251-1851
GND
P13
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN5
1
2
73251-1851
GND
IP5
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN4
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IP4
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN3
1
2
73251-1851
GND
IP3
GND
IN2
73251-1851
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IP2
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN1
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IP1
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN0
C3
0.1UF
C15
C16
2
1
2
1
73251-1851
2
1
73251-1851
GND
P28
C17
0.1UF
C28
0.1UF
C27
0.1UF
C26
0.1UF
C25
0.1UF
C24
0.1UF
C23
0.1UF
C22
0.1UF
C21
0.1UF
C20
0.1UF
C19
0.1UF
C18
0.1UF
IN11
IP11
IN10
IP10
IN9
IP9
IN8
IP8
IN7
IP7
IN6
IP6
0.1UF
C30
0.1UF
C29
N_SHORT
P_SHORT
SHORT TRACE CALIBRATION PATH
GND
P27
73251-1851
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN11
1
2
73251-1851
GND
IP11
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN10
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IP10
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN9
1
2
73251-1851
GND
IP9
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IN8
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IP8
1
2
73251-1851
GND
IN7
2
1
73251-1851
GND
IP7
1
2
73251-1851
GND
IN6
GND
IP6
GND
P29
GND
P30
73251-1851
2
1
73251-1851
2
1
IP0
IN0
IP1
IN1
IP2
IN2
IP3
IN3
IP4
IN4
IP5
IN5
IP6
IN6
IP7
IN7
IP8
IN8
IP9
IN9
IP10
IN10
IP11
IN11
CSB_I2C_A0
EEPROMB
LOS_IRQ
MAP0
MAP1
RESETB
SCL_SCK
SDI_I2C_A1
SPI_I2CB
UPDATEB
68 DVCC_68
88 V1P8_88
C34
0.1UF
VTTI_55
C36
0.1UF
VTTI_64
VCC
42 VCC_42
VEE
VFUSE VTTIE
55 VTTI_55
64 VTTI_64
PAD
VTTIW
VTTON
VCC_29
C37
0.1UF
C38
0.1UF
VTTI_9
VCC_58
C44
0.1UF
C46
0.1UF
VTTO_69
VCC_75
C45
0.1UF
C41
0.1UF
DVCC_68
C43
0.01UF
C47
0.1UF
V1P8_88
VCC_42
C51
0.1UF
OP0
ON0
OP1
ON1
OP2
ON2
OP3
ON3
OP4
ON4
OP5
ON5
OP6
ON6
OP7
ON7
OP8
ON8
OP9
ON9
OP10
ON10
OP11
ON11
SDO_SDA
VTTO_SENSE\BASE
VCC_81
C48
0.1UF
ADN4612X
24
25
27
28
30
31
33
34
36
37
39
40
70
71
73
74
76
77
79
80
82
83
85
86
44
U1
OP0
ON0
OP1
ON1
OP2
ON2
OP3
ON3
OP4
ON4
OP5
ON5
OP6
ON6
OP7
ON7
OP8
ON8
OP9
ON9
OP10
ON10
OP11
ON11
SDO_SDA
VTTO_23
C52
0.1UF
VTTO_87
C49
0.1UF
C50
0.01UF
VCC18_SENSE\BASE
VCC_52
C42
0.1UF
VTTOS
VDD18_SENSE\BASE
C40
0.1UF
VTTI_18
VCC_35
C39
0.1UF
VCC_SENSE\BASE
SUPPLY DECOUPLING
VTTI_SENSE\BASE
VCC_12
C35
0.1UF
DVCC VCC1P8
IP0
IN0
IP1
IN1
IP2
IN2
IP3
IN3
IP4
IN4
IP5
IN5
IP6
IN6
IP7
IN7
IP8
IN8
IP9
IN9
IP10
IN10
IP11
IN11
CSB_I2C_A0
EPROM_N
LOS_IRQ_N
MAP0
MAP1
RESET_N
SCL_SCLK
SDI_I2C_A1
SPI_I2C_N
UPDATE_N
VCC_6
C33
0.1UF
1
2
4
5
7
8
10
11
13
14
16
17
47
48
50
51
53
54
56
57
59
60
62
63
65
19
20
21
22
46
43
66
45
67
ALIAS
1
0.1UF
DNI
0.1UF
DNI
VCC_6
VCC_12
VCC_29
VCC_35
VCC_52
VCC_58
VCC_75
VCC_81
ALIAS
ALIAS
2
ALIAS
GND
C31
C32
ALIAS
ALIAS
69 VTTO_69
87 VTTO_87
ALIAS
ALIAS
ALIAS
9 VTTI_9
18 VTTI_18
3
15
26
32
38
49
61
72
78
84
PAD
ALIAS
23 VTTO_23
41 VTTO_41
ALIAS
ALIAS
ALIAS
6
12
29
35
52
58
75
81
ALIAS
ALIAS
IP0
0.1UF
DNI
0.1UF
DNI
ALIAS
ALIAS
Rev. 0 | Page 11 of 15
ALIAS
Figure 7. ADN4612 Design Schematic
C53
0.1UF
VTTO_41
2
1
73251-1851
2
1
73251-1851
GND
ON5
1
2
73251-1851
GND
OP5
2
1
73251-1851
GND
ON4
2
1
73251-1851
GND
OP4
2
1
73251-1851
GND
ON3
1
2
73251-1851
GND
OP3
2
1
73251-1851
GND
ON2
2
1
73251-1851
GND
OP2
1
2
73251-1851
GND
ON1
2
1
73251-1851
GND
OP1
1
2
73251-1851
GND
ON0
GND
OP0
GND1
BLK
C54
0.1UF
C65
0.1UF
C64
0.1UF
C63
0.1UF
C62
0.1UF
C61
0.1UF
C60
0.1UF
C59
0.1UF
C58
0.1UF
C57
0.1UF
C56
0.1UF
C55
0.1UF
GND2
BLK
GND3
BLK
ON5
OP5
ON4
OP4
ON3
OP3
ON2
OP2
ON1
OP1
ON0
OP0
GND4
BLK
2
1
GND5
BLK
73251-1851
2
1
73251-1851
GND
ON11
1
2
73251-1851
GND
OP11
1
2
73251-1851
GND
ON10
2
1
73251-1851
GND
OP10
2
1
73251-1851
GND
ON9
1
2
73251-1851
GND
OP9
1
2
73251-1851
GND
ON8
2
1
73251-1851
GND
OP8
1
2
73251-1851
GND
ON7
1
2
73251-1851
GND
OP7
1
2
73251-1851
GND
ON6
GND
OP6
OUTPUT PATH
C66
0.1UF
C77
0.1UF
C76
0.1UF
C75
0.1UF
C74
0.1UF
C73
0.1UF
C72
0.1UF
C71
0.1UF
C70
0.1UF
C69
0.1UF
C68
0.1UF
C67
0.1UF
ON11
OP11
ON10
OP10
ON9
OP9
ON8
OP8
ON7
OP7
ON6
OP6
13248-006
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1
1
0
R50
0
R51
ORG
SCL/SCK
0
R48
0
R49
SDI/I2C_A1
ORG
13
10
6
3
S1A
S1B
S2A
S2B
S3A
S3B
S4A
S4B
1
2
4
5
12
11
15
14
NC
GND
NC
TRNS_I2C_A0
SPI_CSB
TRNS_I2C_A1
SPI_SDI
I2C_SDA
SPI_SDO
I2C_SCL
SPI_SCK
COMM_BUS_SW_EN
COMM_BUS_SW_SEL
0.1UF
C79
ADG784BCPZ
16
1-OF-2 EN_N
DECODER IN 20
18
VDD
PAD
D4
D3
D2
D1
U2
PIC_VDD
0.1UF
Figure 8. ADN4612 Evaluation Board Digital Control Block Schematic
UPDATEB
MAP1
MAP0
NC
3
4
C78
0.1UF
1
2 NC
B3S1000
S1
10K
R3
10K
R2
10K
R1
R4
10K
RESETB
VDD18
VDD18
ADN4612 STATIC DIGITAL CONTROL PINS
BLU
SDO/SDA
SCL_SCK
SDO_SDA
SDI_I2C_A1
NC
VDD18
SCL_SCK
SDO_SDA
C80
PIC_VDD
0
R8
R6
2.0K
SCLA
SDAA
5 EN
2
3
7
6
GND
4 PCA9517D-T
SCLB
SDAB
U3
1
8
VCCA VCCB
PIC_VDD
R9
2.0K
0
R7
LOS_IRQ
PIC_VDD
VDD18
0
R47
0.1UF
C81
1
R52 1 ORG
SPI_I2CB
10K
SPI_I2CB
EEPROMB
PIC_VDD
PIC_VDD
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7
Y8
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
18
U5
VCCY
C84
0.1UF
3
4
NC GND
1
4
S2
1
2 NC
B3S1000
C87
0.1UF
U6
8
VCC
7
WP
6
SCL
5
3
SDA
A2
2
A1/NC
PIC_VDD
C85
0.1UF
EEPROM
0.1UF
PIC_I2C_A0
PIC_CSB
PIC_I2C_A1
PIC_SDI
PIC_SDO
PIC_SCK
PIC_SPI_I2CB
PIC_EEPROMB
U4
1
6
VCCA VCCY
2
A
5
PIC_LOS_IRQ
4
Y
EN
GND
3
ADG3301BKSZ
PIC_VDD
C83
0.1UF
GND
PAD
ORG
9
PAD ADG3308BCPZ
EEPROMB
8
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
19
VCCA
EN
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
VDD18
VDD18
0.1UF
C82
R10
2.0K
C86
NC
AT24C08C-XHM-B
PIC/DUT BIDIR INTERFACE LEVEL TRANSLATOR
R5
2.0K
VDD18
I2C INTERFACE LEVEL TRANSLATOR
ADN4612 BUS SELECT SWITCH
640456-5
1
2
3
4
5
PAD
CSB_I2C_A0
1
CSB/I2C_A0
BLU 1
P55
ADI I2C/USB CONNECTOR
8
19
17
9
7
NC
R11
10K
1MEG
2
3 Y1
C88
22PF
20.000MEGHZ
1
4
R12
PIC CLK
C89
22PF
U7
7
28
VDD1 VDD2
18 MCLR/VPP/RE3
37
VUSB
17
27
PIC_CONNECT
RB7/KBI3/PGD
RE2/AN7/OESPP
16
26
NC
RB6/KBI2/PGC
RE1/AN6/CK2SPP
15
25
PIC_LOS_IRQ
RB5/KBI1/PGM
RE0/AN5/CK1SPP
14
5
NC
RB4/AN11/KBI0/CSSPP
RD7/SPP7/P1D
11
4
NC
RB3/AN9/CCP2/VPO
RD6/SPP6/P1C
10
3
NC
RB2/AN8/INT2/VMO
RD5/SPP5/P1B
9
2
NC
RB1/AN10/INT1/SCK/SCL
RD4/SPP4
8
41
RB0/AN12/INT0/FLT0/SDI/SDA
RD3/SPP3
24
40
RA5/AN4/SS/HLVDIN/C2OUT
RD2/SPP2
23
39
LOS_IRQ_LED
RA4/T0CKI/C1OUT/RCV
RD1/SPP1
22
38
NC
RA3/AN3/VREF+
RD0/SPP0
21
1
NC
RA2/AN2/VREF-/CVREF
RC7/RX/DT/SDO
20
44
NC
RA1/AN1
RC6/TX/CK
19
43
D+
RA0/AN0
RC5/D+/VP
30
42
DOSC1/CLKI
RC4/D-/VM
33
36
NC
NC/ICRST/ICVPP
RC2/CCP1/P1A
34
35
NC
NC/ICPORTS
RC1/T1OSI/CCP2/UOE
32
NC
RC0/T1OSO/T13CKI
31
OSC2
OSC2/CLKO/RA6
13
ICPGD
NC/ICDT/ICPGD
12
ICPGC
NC/ICCK/ICPGC
VSS1
VSS2
6
29
PIC18F4550-I/PT
ADN4612/10 IRQ LED
PIC_MCLR
NC
NC
PIC_I2C_A1
PIC_I2C_A0
COMM_BUS_SW_EN
COMM_BUS_SW_SEL
PIC_SCL
PIC_SDA
PIC_CSB
PIC_SDI
PIC_SCK
PIC_SDO
PIC_EEPROMB
PIC_SPI_I2CB
OSC1
ICRST
NC
PIC_VDD
0.1UF
C90
2.0K
R15
2.0K
R14
2.0K
R13
C91
0.1UF
DS1
C93
10UF
1
2
3
4
5
6
P57
SAMTECTSW10608GS6PIN
ICPGD
ICPGC
NC
ICRST
PIC_VDD
P56
4-1734376-8
1
2
3
4
PIC CONNECTOR
NC
DD+
USB CONNECTOR
A
C
CMD28-21VRC/TR8/T1
(RED)
DS3
A
C
CMD67-21VGC/TR8 (GREEN)
A
C
CMD67-21VGC/TR8 (GREEN)
DS2
C92
0.1UF
13248-007
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ORDERING INFORMATION
BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 4.
Item
1
2
Qty
1
3
Reference Designator
ADN4612-EVALZ
+5 V, +12 V, PIC_VDD
Description
Printed circuit board
Connector-PCB, test points, grey
Part Number
ADN4612-EVALZ
TP104-01-08
Capacitors, ceramic, X5R
Manufacturer
Analog Devices
Components
Corporation
Murata
3
52
4
9
5
18
6
7
6
6
8
19
9
10
11
2
1
2
C1 to C14, C17 to C30,
C54 to C77
C93, C99 to C101, C109,
C110, C113, C124, C125
C78 to C87,C90 to C92, C102,
C114 to C117
C94 C96, C103, C104, C111
C43, C50, C97, C106,
C107, C112
C33 to C42, C44 to C49,
C51 to C53
C88, C89
C98
SDO/SDA, CSB/I2C_A0
Capacitors, ceramic, monolithic
Murata
GRM21BR61C106KE15L
Capacitors, ceramic chip, X8R
TDK
C1608X8R1E104K
Capacitors, ceramic, monolithic
Capacitors, ceramic, monolithic,
C0G, 0805
Capacitors, ceramic, X7R, 0402
Murata
Murata
GRM21BR71E225KA73L
GRM2195C1H103JA01D
Murata
GRM155R71C104KA88D
Capacitors, ceramic, NP0
Capacitor, tantalum
Connector-PCB, test points, blue
Phycomp (Yageo)
AVX
Components
Corporation
Chicago Miniature
Lamp
Rohm
Chicago Miniature
Lamp
Components
Corporation
Components
Corporation
Molex
CC0603JRNP09BN220
TAJE107M025RNJ
TP104-01-06
12
2
DS1, DS2
Diodes, SMD, LED
13
14
5
1
DS5 to DS7, DS9, DS10
DS3
Red LED surface mounts
Diode, red LED, SMD
15
4
Connector-PCB, test points, orange
16
6
EEPROMB, SCL/SCK,
SPI_I2CB, SDI/I2C_A1
GND, GND1 to GND5
17
56
18
1
IN0 to IN11,IP0 to IP11, ON0
to ON11, OP0 to OP11,
P12 to P15, P27 to P30
M1
Murata
MPDTH12060WAH
19
1
P55
AMP
640456-5
20
1
P56
AMP
4-1734376-8
21
22
1
1
P57
P58
Samtec
CUI
TSW-106-08-G-S
PJ-102AH
23
24
25
26
27
28
5
6
8
1
1
2
Q1 to Q3, Q5, Q6
R1 to R4, R11, R52
R5, R6, R9, R10, R13 to R15, R24
R12
R16
R17, R18
Diodes Incorporated
Panasonic
Panasonic
IRC-TT Electronics
Panasonic
Panasonic
BC848C-7-F
ERA-6YEB103V
ERA-6YEB202V
PFC-W1206LF-03-1004-B
ERA-6YEB102V
ERJ-6ENF1003V
29
30
1
1
R20
R21
Panasonic
Panasonic
ERA-6YEB122V
ERJ-6ENF1301V
31
1
R22
Panasonic
ERJ-8ENF2551V
Connector-PCB, test points, black
Connector-PCB, SMA jacks, panel
mount flange
Module dc-to-dc conversion
application manual
Connector-PCB, header, vertical,
5 position
Connector-PCB, USB, type B, right
angle through hole
Connector-PCB, header, male, 6P
Connector-PCB, dc power jack,
through-hole
Transition, surface-mount signal
Resistors, film, SMD, 0805
Resistors, film, SMD, 0805
Resistor, thin film chip
Resistor, film, SMD, 0805
Resistors, precision thick film chip,
R0805
Resistor, film, SMD, 0805
Resistor, precision thick film chip,
R0805
Resistor, precision thick film chip,
R1206
Rev. 0 | Page 13 of 15
GRM033R61C104ME84D
CMD67-21VGC/TR8
SML-310LTT86
CMD28-21VRC/TR8/T1
TP104-01-03
TP-104-01-00
73251-1851
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Item
32
Qty
1
Reference Designator
R23
33
2
R25, R26
34
35
1
1
R27
R28
36
11
R7, R8, R30 to R33, R47 to R51
37
5
R35 to R37, R39, R40
38
5
R41 to R43, R45, R46
39
2
S1, S2
40
1
S3
41
42
1
2
U1
U9, U10
43
1
U12
44
2
U8, U13
45
1
U14
46
4
U15 to U18
47
1
U2
48
1
U20
49
50
1
1
U3
U4
51
1
U5
52
53
1
1
U6
U7
54
1
VCC
Description
Resistor, precision thick film chip,
R1206
Resistors, power metal strip, high
temperature
Resistor chip, SMD, 0805
Resistor, precision thick film chip,
R1206
Resistors, high power, thick film
chip
Resistors, precision thick film chip,
R0603
Resistors, precision thick film chip,
R0603
Switch surface-mount mechanical
key switches
Switch, single-pole, single throw
power rocker
Analog Devices IC ADN4612
Analog Devices IC, low dropout,
CMOS, linear regulator
Analog Devices IC, low dropout,
CMOS, linear regulator
Analog Devices IC, low dropout,
CMOS, linear regulator
Analog Devices IC, low dropout,
CMOS, linear regulator
Analog Devices IC, high voltage,
current shunt monitor
Analog Devices IC, CMOS, 3 V/5 V,
wide bandwidth, quad 2:1,
multiplexer
Analog Devices IC, super sequencer
with margining control and
auxiliary ADC inputs
IC-CMOS, I2C, bus repeater
IC, single channel, bidirectional
logic level translator
Low voltage, 8-channel,
bidirectional logic level translator
IC EEPROM, 2-wire, serial
IC-other, high performance USB
microcontrollers
Connector-PCB, test point, red
55
1
VCC18
Connector-PCB, test point, white
56
1
VDD18
Connector-PCB, test point, green
57
1
VTTI
Connector-PCB, test point, violet
58
1
VTTO
Connector-PCB, test point, yellow
59
1
Y1
IC crystal oscillator
Rev. 0 | Page 14 of 15
Manufacturer
Panasonic
Part Number
ERJ-8ENF2800V
Vishay
WSLT2512R1000FEA
SUSUMU
Panasonic
RL1220S-2R4-F
ERJ-8ENF10R0V
Vishay
CRCW12060000Z0EAHP
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF3481V
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF1181V
Omron
B3S1000
C&K
D502J12S2AHQF
Analog Devices
Analog Devices
ADN4612
ADP1708ARDZ-R7
Analog Devices
ADP1706ARDZ-2.5-R7
Analog Devices
ADP1706ARDZ-1.8-R7
Analog Devices
ADP1706ARDZ-3.3-R7
Analog Devices
AD8215YRZ
Analog Devices
ADG784BCPZ
Analog Devices
ADM1066ACPZ
NXP Semiconductors
Analog Devices
PCA9517D-T
ADG3301BKSZ
Analog Devices
ADG3308BCPZ
Atmel
Microchip Technology
AT24C08C-XHM-B
PIC18F4550-I/PT
Components
Corporation
Components
Corporation
Components
Corporation
Components
Corporation
Components
Corporation
ECS
TP-104-01-02
TP-104-01-09
TP104-01-05
TP104-01-07
TP-104-01-04
ECS-200-20-18
ADN4612-EVALZ User Guide
UG-740
NOTES
I2C refers to a communications protocol originally developed by Philips Semiconductors (now NXP Semiconductors).
ESD Caution
ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive device. Charged devices and circuit boards can discharge without detection. Although this product features patented or proprietary protection
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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