Evaluation Board User Guide UG-252

Evaluation Board User Guide UG-252
Evaluation Board User Guide
UG-252
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Evaluation Board for the AD7280A Lithium Ion Battery Monitoring System
FEATURES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Full-featured evaluation board for the AD7280A
EVAL-CED1Z compatible
Standalone capability
Various linking options
Daisy chain capability
PC software for control and data analysis when used with
the EVAL-CED1Z
This user guide describes the evaluation board kit for the
AD7280A (EVAL-AD7280AEDZ), which is a complete, 12-bit
resolution lithium ion battery monitoring system, integrating
multiple voltage and temperature input channels. Full details
about the part are available in the AD7280A data sheet from
Analog Devices, Inc., which should be consulted in conjunction
with this user guide when using the evaluation board.
On-board components include the ADG3308 and ADG3301
bidirectional logic level translators, the ADG849 switch and the
ADuM1201, and the ADuM5401 digital isolators.
Various link options and options for external connectors are
explained in Table 1, Table 5, and Table 6.
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
12-WAY CONNECTOR
CS, SCLK, SDI,
SDOIo, CNVST
ALERTIo
AND
PD
8-WAY CONNECTOR
CELL VOLTAGES
1 TO 6
CB1 TO CB6
AD7280A
CShi, SCLKhi,
SDIhi, SDOhi,
CNVSThi, ALERThi,
AND
PDhi
12-WAY CONNECTOR
Figure 1.
PLEASE SEE THE LAST PAGE FOR AN IMPORTANT
WARNING AND LEGAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
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CELL BALANCING
CIRCUITRY
CELL TEMP
1 TO 6
THERMISTOR
CIRCUITRY
CELL VOLTAGES
7 TO 12
6-WAY
CONNECTOR
CB1 TO CB6
AD7280A
7-WAY
CONNECTOR
CELL TEMP
7 TO 12
CELL BALANCING
CIRCUITRY
THERMISTOR
CIRCUITRY
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EXTERNAL CONNECTORS
CS
SCLK
SDI
SDO
CNVST
ALERT
PD
CS
SCLK
SDI
SDO
CNVST
ALERT
PD
DIGITAL ISOLATION
96-WAY EDGE CONNECTOR
EXTERNAL
SUPPLY
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1 Connectors .....................................................................................6 General Description ......................................................................... 1 Functional Block Diagram .............................................................. 1 Daisy-Chaining Two or More AD7280A Evaluation
Boards .............................................................................................6 Revision History ............................................................................... 2 Test Points ......................................................................................6 Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 3 Evaluation Board Software...............................................................7 Power Supplies .............................................................................. 3 Installing the Software ..................................................................7 Link Options ................................................................................. 3 Setting Up the EVAL-CED1Z ......................................................7 Setup Conditions .......................................................................... 4 Software Operation .......................................................................8 Interfacing the Evaluation Board to the EVAL-CED1Z.......... 4 Using the Software ........................................................................8 Operating with the EVAL-CED1Z Board ................................. 5 Taking Samples ........................................................................... 11 Configuring the AD7280A Evaluation Board........................ 11 Interfacing to the Evaluation Board in Standalone
Operation....................................................................................... 5 Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork................................ 14 Sockets ........................................................................................... 5 Bill of Materials............................................................................... 22 REVISION HISTORY
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
POWER SUPPLIES
Table 1. Link Option Functions
When using this evaluation board with the EVAL-CED1Z,
all supplies, with the exception of the battery connections,
are provided from the EVAL-CED1Z through the 96-way
connector. When using the EVAL-AD7280AEDZ board as a
standalone unit, external supplies must be provided. This
evaluation board has the following four power supply inputs:
• +5 V
• +3.3 V
• DSP/+3V3
• 0 V (DGND)
Link No.
LK1
LK2
If the evaluation board is used in standalone mode, 5 V must be
connected to the 5 V input to supply the ADG3308, the ADG3301,
the ADG849, the ADuM1201, and the ADuM5401. In addition,
a suitable voltage should be applied to either the +3.3 V supply
pin or the DSP/+3V3 supply pin. This voltage is dependent on
the voltage levels of the users external DSP or microprocessor.
The AD7280A evaluation board default is to supply 3.3 V to
the +3.3 V supply pin. However, users with an external DSP/
microprocessor with voltage levels of either 1.8 V or 5 V should
connect the required voltage to the DSP/+3V3 supply pin,
remove resistor link R66, and install resistor link R67. Finally,
0 V is connected to the 0 V input.
The 5 V, 3.3 V, and DSP/+3V3 supplies are decoupled to the
relevant ground plane with 22 μF tantalum capacitors. The
ADG3308, the ADuM1201, and the ADuM5401, are decoupled
to the relevant ground plane with 0.1 μF multilayer ceramic
capacitors. The ADuM1201 and the ADuM5401 are decoupled
to the relevant ground plane with 10 μF tantalum and 0.1 μF
multilayer ceramic capacitors.
Power to supply the two AD7280A parts on the evaluation
board is taken from the battery inputs. Extensive ground planes
are used on this board to minimize the effect of high frequency
noise interference. One ground plane, DGND, is provided
for the digital input/output, the ADG3308, ADG3301,
ADG849, and the low side of the ADuM5401 and ADuM1201
isolator parts. Separate ground planes, isolated from the DGND
plane, are provided for each of the AD7280A parts on the
evaluation board.
LK3
LK4
LK5
LK6
LK7
LINK OPTIONS
There are eight link options that must be positioned for the
required operating setup before using the evaluation board.
The functions of these options are outlined in Table 1.
LK8
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Function
Source of the CS input signal to the AD7280A.
In Position A, the CS signal is taken from the
externally applied CS signal via the J8 SMA socket or
the J7 connector.
In Position B, the CS signal is taken from the CED
board via the 96-way connector.
Source of the SCLK input signal to the AD7280A.
In Position A, the SCLK signal is taken from the
externally applied CS signal via the J9 SMA socket or
the J7 connector.
In Position B, the SCLK signal is taken from the CED
board via the 96-way connector.
Source of the SDI input signal to the AD7280A.
In Position A, the SDI signal is taken from the
externally applied CS signal via the J10 SMA socket or
the J7 connector.
In Position B, the SDI signal is taken from the CED
board via the 96-way connector.
Output path of the SDO output signal from the
AD7280A.
In Position A, the SDO signal is supplied to the J11
SMA socket or to the J7 connector.
In Position B, the SDO signal is supplied to the CED
board via the 96-way connector.
Source of the CNVST input signal to the AD7280A.
In Position A, the CNVST signal is taken from the
externally applied CNVST signal via the J12 SMA
socket or the J7 connector.
In Position B, the CNVST signal is taken from the CED
board via the 96-way connector.
Source of the PD input signal to the AD7280A.
In Position A, the PD signal is taken from the
externally applied PD signal via the J13 SMA socket
or the J7 connector.
In Position B, the PD signal is taken from the CED
board via the 96-way connector.
Source of the +5 V supply for the EVAL-AD7280AEDZ.
In Position A, the +5 V supply is sourced from the
evaluation board controller via the 96-way
connector.
In Position B, the +5 V supply is sourced externally via
the J6 connector.
Source of the +3.3 V supply for the EVAL-AD7280AEDZ.
In Position A, the +3.3 V supply is sourced from
the evaluation board controller via the 96-way
connector.
In Position B, the +3.3 V supply is sourced externally
via the J6 connector.
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SETUP CONDITIONS
Care should be taken before applying power and signals to the
evaluation board to ensure that all link positions are as per the
required operating mode. There are two different modes in
which to operate the evaluation board. The user can operate
the evaluation board with the EVAL-CED1Z, or it can be used
as a standalone board.
Table 2 shows the position in which all the links are set when
the evaluation board is packaged. When the board is shipped,
the assumption is that the user will operate with the EVALCED1Z board. The links are set so that all power supplies and
control signals are supplied by the EVAL-CED1Z.
Position
B
Function
The logic input to the CS pin of the AD7280A
is supplied from the EVAL-CED1Z board.
The logic input to the SCLK pin of the
AD7280A is supplied from the EVAL-CED1Z
LK2
B
LK3
B
The logic input to the SDI pin of the
AD7280A is supplied from the EVAL-CED1Z
LK4
B
The logic output from the SDO pin of the
AD7280A is supplied to the EVAL-CED1Z
LK5
B
Signal
TFS
RFS
TSCLK
RSCLK
DT0PRI
DR0PRI
RXINT
board.
The logic input to the CNVST pin of the
AD7280A is supplied from the EVAL-CED1Z
GPIO 0
board.
LK6
B
The logic input to the PD pin of the
AD7280A is supplied from the EVAL-CED1Z
LK7
A
LK8
A
+5 V is supplied from the EVAL-CED1Z
board.
+3.3 V is supplied from the EVAL-CED1Z
board.
16
24
32
1
8
16
24
32
Table 3. 96-Way Connector Pin Description
board.
board.
8
Figure 2. Pin Configuration for the 96-Way Connector, J1
Table 2. Link Positions on the Packaged EVAL-AD7280AEDZ
Link No.
LK1
1
A
B
C
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GPIO 1
board.
AVCC
DVDD
INTERFACING THE EVALUATION BOARD TO THE
EVAL-CED1Z
DGND
Interfacing the EVAL-CED1Z board to the evaluation board is
via a 96-way connector, J1. The pinout for the J1 connector is
shown in Figure 2.
AGND
Table 3 provides a description of the pins on the 96-way
connector used to interface between the EVAL-CED1Z board
and the EVAL-AD7280AEDZ. Table 4 gives the pin designnations for the 96-way connector.
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Description
Transmit Frame Sync. This output is connected to the
CS pin of the AD7280A, via level shift and isolation, to
frame the serial data transfer.
Receive Frame Sync. This input is connected to the
TFS pin on the AD7280A evaluation board to frame
the serial data read.
Transmit Serial Clock. This output is connected to the
SCLK pin of the AD7280A, via level shift and isolation,
to clock the serial data transfer.
Receive Serial Clock. This input is connected to the
TSCLK pin on the AD7280A evaluation board to frame
the serial data read.
Data Transmit 0 Primary. This output is connected to
the SDI pin of the AD7280A via level shift and
isolation.
Data Receive 0 Primary. This input is connected to the
SDO pin of the AD7280A via level shift and isolation.
Interrupt. This output is connected to the CNVST pin
of the AD7280A, via level shift and isolation. The
CNVST signal is used to initiate conversions on the
AD7280A.
General-Purpose Input Output. This output is used to
disable the level shift circuitry and to supply the PD
signal to the AD7280A.
General-Purpose Input Output. This output is
connected to the ALERT pin of the AD7280A via level
shift and isolation.
Analog +5 V Supply. This is used to supply the
ADuM1201, ADuM5241, ADG3308, ADG3301, and
ADG849.
Digital +3.3 V supply. This is used to supply the
ADG3308 and ADG3301.
Digital Ground. These lines are connected to the
ground plane on the low side of the evaluation
board.
Analog Ground. These lines are connected to the
ground plane on the low side of the evaluation
board.
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Table 4. 96-Way Connector Pin Functions1
Pin
1
2
3
4
ROW A
DTPRI
TFS1
TSCLK1
DGND
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
1
DGND
ROW C
DR1PRI
RFS1
RSCLK1
DGND
DT0PRI
TFS0
TSCLK0
DVDD (+3.3 V)
DVDD (+3.3 V)
DR0PRI
RFS0
RSCLK0
DVDD (+3.3 V)
DTOSEC
DGND
DGND
GPIO5
GPIO0
DGND
DGND
DGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
−12 V
AVSS (−5 V)
AVCC (+5 V)
ROW B
GPIO3
contains the relevant adaptors for worldwide use. The power
supply is provided with the EVAL-CED1Z.
GPIO1
DGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AVSS (−5 V)
AVCC (+5 V)
Connection between the EVAL-CED1Z and the USB port of a
PC is via a standard USB 2.0 connection cable that is provided
as part of the EVAL-CED1Z package.
GPIO6
DGND
DROSEC
GPIO7
GPIO4
DGND
RXINT
INTERFACING TO THE EVALUATION BOARD IN
STANDALONE OPERATION
Options for interfacing with the evaluation board are via J1,
the 96-way connector to the EVAL-CED1Z board, or via J7, an
8-way connector. The J7 connector is provided to allow the
evaluation board to be interfaced with systems other than the
Analog Devices EVAL-CED1Z board.
The pin designations for the J7 connector are shown in Table 5.
Note that the AD7280A evaluation board is shipped with the
assumption that the user will be operating with the EVALCED1Z board. For this reason, the J7 connector is not inserted.
Table 5. Pin Designations for 8-Way Connector J7
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
Function
CS
SCLK
SDI
SDO
CNVST
ALERT
PD
GND
SOCKETS
There are five input sockets and one output socket relevant to
the operation of the AD7280A on the evaluation board. The
functions of these sockets are outlined in Table 6. These sockets
are used to apply externally generated digital input/output
signals to the evaluation board. When operating the board with
the EVAL-CED1Z board, these external connections are not
required.
AGND
+12 V
AVSS (−5 V)
AVCC (+5 V)
The unused pins of the 96-way connector are not shown.
OPERATING WITH THE EVAL-CED1Z BOARD
The evaluation board can be operated in a standalone mode or
operated in conjunction with the EVAL-CED1Z board. This
evaluation board controller is available from Analog Devices
under the order entry EVAL-CED1Z. When interfacing the
EVAL-AD7280AEDZ directly to the EVAL-CED1Z board, all
supplies, with the exception of the battery connections, and
control signals to operate the AD7280A board are provided by
the EVAL-CED1Z board.
Software to communicate with the EVAL-CED1Z and AD7280A is
provided with the AD7280A evaluation board package. The 96-way
connector on the EVAL-AD7280AEDZ plugs directly into the
96-way connector on the EVAL-CED1Z board.
Note that the AD7280A evaluation board is shipped with the
assumption that the user will be operating with the EVALCED1Z board. For this reason, the sockets J8 to J13 are not
inserted.
Table 6. Sockets
Socket
J8
J9
J10
J11
J12
J13
The EVAL-CED1Z board provides all the supplies for the
evaluation board. It is powered from a +7 V, 15 W power
supply that accepts input voltages from 100 V to 240 V ac and
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Function
SMA socket for external CS input.
SMA socket for external SCLK input.
SMA socket for external SDI input.
SMA socket for external SDO output
SMA socket for external CNVST input.
SMA socket for external PD input.
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CONNECTORS
There are ten connectors on the AD7280A evaluation board.
The functions of these connectors are outlined in Table 7.
Connector J1 is used to interface with the EVAL-CED1Z board.
Connectors J2 and J3 are used to connect the AD7280As to
the battery cells. Connectors J1, J2, and J3 are inserted on the
AD7280A evaluation board when the board is packaged. The
remaining connectors, J4 to J7 and J14 to J16, are not inserted.
Table 7.
Connector
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5
J6
J7
J14
J15
J16
Function
96-way connector for CED interface connections
7-way connector for 6 Li-Ion battery cells
6-way connector for additional 6 Li-Ion battery cells
8-way connector for 6 thermistor inputs
8-way connector for 6 additional thermistor inputs
External 5 V, 3.3 V, DSP/3V3, and GND power
connector
8-way connector external DSP/microprocessor
operation
6-way connector, reserved for Analog Devices test
requirements
External 12-way connector to allow daisy-chaining
of evaluation boards
External 12-way connector to allow daisy-chaining
of evaluation boards
DAISY-CHAINING TWO OR MORE AD7280A
EVALUATION BOARDS
The AD7280A evaluation board includes two connectors, J15
and J16, which allow two or more AD7280A evaluation boards
to be daisy-chained together. A connection should be made
between J16 on the evaluation board connected to the DSP/
microprocessor, measuring voltage on battery cells 1 through
12, and connector J15 on the evaluation board connected to
battery cells 13 through 24.
The default setting of each AD7280A evaluation board is for
the master pin on Device 0 to be tied to VDD through a 10 kΩ
resistor, R88. Each board also includes an option to solder a
resistor, R89, from the master pin to VSS. When daisy-chaining
two or more evaluation boards, the R88 resistor on slave boards
should be removed and a 10 kΩ resistor should be included in
the R89 footprint. The pin designations for the J15 and J16
connectors are shown in Table 8 and Table 9.
Table 8. Pin Designations for 12-Way Connector J15
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Function
GND
GND
PD
CS
SCLK
SDI
CNVST
SDO
ALERT
GND
GND
GND
Table 9. Pin Designations for 12-Way Connector J16
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Function
VDD
VDD
PDhi
CShi
SCLKhi
SDOhi
CNVSThi
SDIhi
ALERThi
VDD
VDD
VDD
TEST POINTS
There are numerous test points on the AD7280A evaluation
board. These enable the user to have easy access to these signals
for probing, evaluation, and debugging.
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SETTING UP THE EVAL-CED1Z
EVALUATION BOARD SOFTWARE
INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
The EVAL-AD7280AEDZ evaluation kit includes self-installing
software on a CD ROM for controlling and evaluating the
performance of the AD7280A when it is operated with the
EVAL-CED1Z board. If the setup file does not run
automatically, setup.exe can be run from the CD-ROM.
When the CD is inserted into the PC, an installation program
automatically begins. This program installs the evaluation
software. The user interface on the PC is a dedicated program
written especially for the AD7280A when operating with the
EVAL-CED1Z board.
The software should be installed before the USB cable is
connected between the EVAL-CED1Z and the PC. This ensures
that the appropriate USB driver files have been properly
installed before the EVAL-CED1Z is connected to the PC.
When the software is run for the first time with the EVALCED1Z board connected to the PC, the PC automatically finds
the new device and identifies it.
Follow the on-screen instructions that appear automatically to
install the drivers for the EVAL-CED1Z board on the PC. If an
error appears when the software is opened, the PC does not
recognize the USB device. This error is corrected by
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Opening the Device Manager. The Device Manager is
accessed by right clicking on the My Computer icon,
and selecting Properties. When the System Properties
Window opens, select the Hardware tab.
Click on Device Manager in the Hardware tab of the
System Properties window.
Examine the devices listed under the Universal Serial Bus
Controller heading.
If an unknown device is listed, right-click this option and
select Update Driver.
The New Hardware Wizard runs twice, and under the
ADI Development Tools the following hardware is listed:
ADI Converter Evaluation and Development Board (WF)
Reboot the PC.
This section describes how the evaluation board, the EVALCED1Z board, and the software should be set up to begin using
the complete system.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Install the AD7280A evaluation board software.
Connect the AD7280A evaluation board to the battery via
connectors J2 and J3.
Connect the EVAL-CED1Z board and the evaluation board
together via the 96-way connector. Apply power to the
EVAL-CED1Z via the +7 V, 15 W power supply provided.
At this stage, the green LED labeled Power on the EVALCED1Z should be lit, which indicates that the EVALCED1Z is receiving power.
Connect the USB cable between the PC and the EVALCED1Z. A green LED positioned beside the USB
connector on the EVAL-CED1Z board lights up, indicating
that the USB connection has been established.
The EVAL-AD7280AEDZ is detected. Proceed through
any dialog boxes that may appear (use the recommended
options) to finalize the installation.
Start the EVAL-AD7280AEDZ software. The FPGA code
is automatically downloaded to the EVAL-CED1Z. The
red LED, D14, on the EVAL-CED1Z is now lit. This
indicates that the EVAL-CED1Z is functional and ready to
receive instructions.
The software can now be operated.
When completing conversions on the AD7280A evaluation
board using the EVAL-CED1Z board, the red LED, D14, on the
EVAL-CED1Z lights up to indicate that the conversions are
occurring.
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SOFTWARE OPERATION
With the hardware set up, you can now use the software to
control the EVAL-CED1Z and the AD7280A evaluation board.
To launch the software, from the Analog Devices menu, click
the AD7280A submenu, then click on the AD7280A icon.
Figure 3 displays the main window. If an error message appears,
click OK and restart the application after checking the connection between the adapter board and the USB port on the
PC. Also, check that the USB device is identified by the Device
Manager as detailed in the Installing the Software section.
The software that controls the EVAL-CED1Z and, therefore,
the AD7280A evaluation board has one main window. Figure 3
shows the window that appears when the software runs. The
main function of this window is to allow you to read samples
from the evaluation board and display them. The screen can be
divided into three main sections as follows:
•
•
•
Menu bar
Control buttons
Data capture display
USING THE SOFTWARE
Menu Bar
The menu bar consists of the following menus:
Save (Conversion Data). Saves the conversion data to a
spreadsheet file.
Print Front Panel Picture. Prints the software screen displayed.
Save as Picture. Saves the displayed screen plot, that is, voltage
or VT waveforms.
Exit. Closes the AD7280A evaluation software.
Control Buttons
The AD7280A software includes the following user-controlled
buttons on the front panel:
Single AD7280A Eval Board/2 AD7280A Eval Boards.
This drop-down menu selects whether the EVAL-CED1Z
interfaces to a single AD7280A evaluation board or to two
daisy-chained AD7280A evaluation boards.
Initialize. Resends the AD7280A FPGA code to the EVALCED1Z and writes to all the AD7280A devices in the chain to
set up their device addresses correctly.
Real Time. Initiates continuous conversions on the AD7280A
evaluation board. The default conversion loop interval is 2 ms and
can be changed by accessing the Configure AD7280A button.
Read/Write Registers. Allows the user to read from and write
to the registers on both AD7280As on the evaluation board.
Figure 4 shows the window that appears when this button is
pressed.
Configure AD7280A. Allows the user to configure the number
of voltage and temperature channels converted and read back
on each AD7280A on the evaluation board; also allows the
user to set up averaging and acquisition time, specify the SCLK
frequency, and set the conversion loop interval. Figure 5 shows
the window that appears when this button is pressed.
Software Reset. Executes a software reset on all AD7280As on
the evaluation board.
Software PD. Places all AD7280A devices into software powerdown mode.
Self Test. Allows the user to execute the self-test functionality
on any AD7280A device on the board.
Hardware PD. Places all AD7280A devices into hardware
power-down mode. This button must be pressed again in order
to power up the devices again.
STOP. Closes the AD7280A evaluation software.
Other items are also included on the front panel, such as the
CED Buffer indicator. The AD7280A evaluation board allows
conversions on all or selected channels to be initiated at
periodic intervals. The default conversion loop interval is 2 ms,
but can be increased to 5 ms, 10 ms, or 30 ms through the
Configure AD7280A button.
The AD7280A evaluation software and hardware are designed
such that all conversion results are written to external memory
on the EVAL-CED1Z, and blocks of samples are then uploaded
through the USB port to the PC. The CED buffer indicator
provides an indication of the available memory remaining. If
there is a lot of activity on the USB port, the transfer of data
may be slowed down, which may cause the external memory to
fill before the data can be uploaded to the PC. In this case, the
CED buffer indicator shows that the buffer is full. The user
should either disconnect other external devices which may be
using the USB port, or increase the conversion loop interval to
decrease the number of samples to upload to ease the
requirement on the USB port. Note that the transfer of data
from the EVAL-CED1Z to the PC is slower when connecting to
a USB 1.1 port then it is when connecting to a USB 2.0 port.
Underneath the CED buffer indicator there are two CRC
indicators. The numeric displays the number of CRC errors that
have occurred to date for the particular data capure. The light
flashes each instant that a CRC error occurs.
Data Capture Display
In the data capture display, the user can select the format
to view the cell voltage or cell temperature conversion results.
For both cell voltage and temperature conversions, the data
can be displayed either in digital output code format or as an
equivalent voltage.
The desired display options are selected by clicking the
Voltage(Codes), Voltage(Volts), VT output(Codes), and VT
output (Volts) tab buttons. If a second EVAL-AD7280AEDZ
evaluation board is connected, there is a seperate set of tabs for
the results from this board.
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Figure 3. AD7280A Main Window
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Voltage(Codes) Tab
VT output (Codes) Tab
The Voltage(Codes) tab displays the conversion results of the
VIN inputs of the two AD7280A devices on each AD7280A
evaluation board. The conversion results are displayed, on the
running chart, as integer code values.
The VT output (Codes) tab displays the conversion results of
the VT inputs of the two AD7280A devices on each AD7280A
evaluation board. The conversion results are displayed on the
running chart as integer code values.
The upper chart refers to the conversion results from Device 0
or Device 2 on the AD7280A evaluation board. The lower chart
refers to the conversion results from Device 1 or Device 3. The
instantaneous value of each conversion result is displayed, in
hexadecimal format, on the individual indicators to the right of
each chart. If the user would like to focus only on the results of
certain channels, the conversion results input to the chart from
the remaining channels may be individually removed from the
plot using the Plot EN buttons to the right of each chart.
The upper chart refers to the conversion results from Device 0
or Device 2 on the AD7280A evaluation board. The lower chart
refers to the conversion results from Device 1 or Device 3. The
instantaneous value of each conversion result is displayed in
hexadecimal format on the individual indicators to the right of
each chart. If the user would like to focus only on the results of
certain channels, the conversion results input to the chart from
the remaining channels can be individually removed from the
plot using the Plot EN buttons to the right of each chart.
At the bottom left of the graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to get a closer look at a sample,
if required.
At the bottom left of the graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to get a closer look at a sample,
if required.
Voltage(Volts) Tab
VT output (Volts) Tab
The Voltage(Volts) tab displays the conversion results of the
VIN inputs of the two AD7280A devices on each AD7280A
evaluation board. The conversion results are displayed on the
running chart in units of voltage. Note that the voltage output
is calculated using an LSB size of 977 μV, that is, 4 V/4096 and
offset by 1 V to allow for the 1 V to 5 V input range specified
on the AD7280A cell voltage measurement channels.
The VT output (Volts) tab displays the conversion results of
the VT inputs of the two AD7280A devices on each AD7280A
evaluation board. The conversion results are displayed on the
running chart in units of voltage. Note that the voltage output
is calculated using an LSB size of 1.22 mV, that is 5 V/4096.
The upper chart refers to the conversion results from Device 0
or Device 2 on the AD7280A evaluation board. The lower chart
refers to the conversion results from Device 1 or Device 3. The
instantaneous value of each conversion result is displayed, in
voltage format, on the individual indicators to the right of each
chart. If the user would like to focus only on the results of
certain channels, the conversion results input to the chart from
the remaining channels can be individually removed from the
plot using the Plot EN buttons to the right of each chart.
At the bottom left of the graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to get a closer look at a sample,
if required.
The upper chart refers to the conversion results from Device 0
or Device 2 on the AD7280A evaluation board. The lower chart
refers to the conversion results from Device 1 or Device 3. The
instantaneous value of each conversion result is displayed in
hexadecimal format on the individual indicators to the right of
each chart. If the user would like to focus only on the results of
certain channels, the conversion results input to the chart from
the remaining channels can be individually removed from the
plot using the Plot EN buttons to the right of each chart.
At the bottom left of the graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to get a closer look at a sample,
if required.
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TAKING SAMPLES
Initiating Conversions
To initiate conversions and capture the sample data, click
the Real Time button. When you click the Real Time button,
the software instructs the EVAL-CED1Z board to continuously
initiate conversions and read back the conversion data from the
AD7280A evaluation board.
The AD7280A evaluation board allows conversions on all
or selected channels to be initiated at periodic intervals.
The default conversion loop interval is 2 ms, but this can be
increased to 5 ms, 10 ms, or 30 ms through the Configure
AD7280A button. The samples taken are then uploaded and
displayed on the Data Capture tabs. To stop conversions,
click the Real Time button again
Reading From and Writing to Registers
To read from and write to the registers on the two AD7280A
devices on the AD7280A evaluation board, click the
Read/Write Registers button.
When you click the Read/Write Registers button, the software
instructs the EVAL-CED1Z board to read the data in each of
the AD7280A registers and displays this information on the
screen, as shown in Figure 4.
The register data for Device 0 is on the top left of the screen, the
register data for Device 1 is on the top right, the register data for
Device 2 is on the bottom left of the screen and the register data
for Device 3 is on the bottom right of the screen. The register
data is presented in binary format.
To change the settings of any of the displayed registers,
overwrite the displayed binary value with the new value and
then click the Update button. Note that one or all of the
registers can be written to with a single update.
CONFIGURING THE AD7280A EVALUATION
BOARD
The default configuration of the AD7280A on power-up converts
on all voltage and VT channels following a convert start request.
The AD7280A allows the option of converting and reading back
conversion data from
•
•
•
6 voltage and 6 VT channels
6 voltage and 3 VT channels
6 voltage channels only
The user can select the desired configuration by clicking the
Configure AD7280A button. Clicking this button opens a new
window (see Figure 5), which allows the numbers of channels
to convert and read back to be selected using the pull-down menus.
This window also provides a pull-down menu to allow you to
select which averaging to use for the conversions as well as to
select the acquisition time, the conversion loop interval, and the
SCLK frequency for the data capture.
Increasing the conversion loop interval is recommended in the
event that activity on the USB port is slowing down the transfer
of data from the EVAL-CED1Z board to the PC. For more
information, refer to the Using the Software section.
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Figure 4. AD7280A Read/Write Register Window
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Figure 5. Configure AD7280A Window
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J2-1
J2-2
J2-3
J2-4
J2-5
J2-6
J2-7
J3-1
J3-2
J3-3
J3-4
J3-5
CHIP0_VDD_CHIP1_VSS
VIN6_SE2
VIN0_SE
EXT_CHIP0_VIN0
EXT_CHIP0_VIN1
EXT_CHIP0_VIN2
EXT_CHIP0_VIN3
EXT_CHIP0_VIN4
EXT_CHIP0_VIN5
EXT_CHIP1_VIN0
EXT_CHIP1_VIN1
EXT_CHIP1_VIN2
EXT_CHIP1_VIN3
EXT_CHIP1_VIN4
EXT_CHIP1_VIN5
0.1uF
C82
0.1uF
C83
VIN5_SE
VIN4_SE
10K
R1
10K
R2
10K
R3
10K
R4
10K
R5
10K
R6
10K
R7
10K
R8
10K
R9
10K
R10
10K
R11
10K
R12
10K
R13
10K
C88
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
C89
0.1uF
C90
VIN11_SE
VIN10_SE
VIN9_SE
C87
VIN7_SE
VIN8_SE
C81
0.1uF
C80
VIN3_SE
0.1uF
VIN1_SE
VIN2_SE
VIN0
VIN1
VIN2
VIN3
VIN4
VIN5
VIN6
VIN7
VIN8
VIN9
VIN10
VIN11
C85
0.1uF
0.1uF
C91
0.1uF
C92
VIN12_SE
0.1uF
C84
VIN6_SE
VIN0_SE
0.1uF
C1
VIN1_SE
0.1uF
C2
VIN2_SE
C3
0.1uF
VIN3_SE
0.1uF
C4
VIN4_SE
0.1uF
C5
VIN5_SE
0.1uF
C6
VIN6_SE
VIN6_SE2
C7
0.1uF
VIN7_SE
C8
0.1uF
VIN8_SE
C9
0.1uF
VIN9_SE
C10
0.1uF
VIN10_SE
C11
0.1uF
VIN11_SE
C12
0.1uF
VIN12_SE
0.1uF
C93
0.1uF
C86
VIN0_2
VIN1_2
VIN2_2
VIN3_2
VIN4_2
VIN5_2
VIN6_2
VIN6_3
VIN7_2
VIN8_2
VIN9_2
VIN10_2
VIN11_2
0.1uF
EXT_CHIP0_VIN0
EXT_CHIP1_VIN0
0.1uF
C64
CHIP0_VDD_CHIP1_VSS
L4
L5
CHIP0_VDD_CHIP1_VSS
0.1uF
C14
Place as close as
possible to Daisychain
pin on U2
CHIP0_VDD_CHIP1_VSS
EXT_CHIP1_VIN0
C22
0.1uF
L6
C67
22pF
C66
22pF
10uF
C21
Connection only relevant
if connecting 2 boards
together
C65
EXT_CHIP1_VIN6
CHIP1_VDD_CHIP2_VSS
CHIP1_VDD_CHIP2_VSS
Place as close as
possible to Daisychain
pin on U2
K
A
R14
30V D19
10uF
C13
22pF
C68
22pF
C69
22pF
22pF
C24
10K
22pF
C72
22pF
22pF
C75
0.1uF
VREF1
22pF
C74
C16
1uF
C73
J17-2
C15
U2
AD7280 A
VT6
VT5
VT4
VT3
VT2
VT1
VIN6
VIN5
VIN4
VIN3
VIN2
VIN1
VIN0
22pF
22pF
C77
R89
N/L
REFGND
CREF
VREF
R88
C76
41
39
40
16 VDD
33
34
35
36
37
38
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
Place as close as
possible to Daisychain
pin on U1
10K
R90
N/L
REFGND
CREF
VREF
10K
41
39
40
VT6_CHIP0
VT5_CHIP0
VT4_CHIP0
VT3_CHIP0
VT2_CHIP0
VT1_CHIP0
22pF
C71
VT6
VT5
VT4
VT3
VT2
VT1
VIN6
VIN5
VIN4
VIN3
VIN2
VIN1
VIN0
16 VDD
33
34
35
36
37
38
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
R91
0.1uF
VREF2
R17
N/L
Place as close as
possible to Daisychain
pin on U1
22pF
C70
J18-2
C23
1uF
VT6_CHIP1
VT5_CHIP1
VT4_CHIP1
VT3_CHIP1
VT2_CHIP1
VT1_CHIP1
C79
C78
32
VTTERM
EXT_CHIP1_VIN6
D18
30V
VSS
17
AGND
31
VIN12_2
32
VTTERM
VIN12
VSS
J3-6
14
28
25
24
23
22
21
15
27
26
10K
10K
17
K
A
J16-12
J16-11
J16-10
J16-9
J16-8
J16-7
J16-6
J16-5
J16-4
J16-3
J16-2
J16-1
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
ALERTHI
SDIHI
CNVSTHI
SDOHI
SCLKHI
CSHI
PDHI
AD7280 A
U1
DGND
VDRIVE
AVCC
DVCC
VREG
20
29
30
19
18
VREG2
0.1uF
0.1uF
C27
C28
DGND
VDRIVE
AVCC
DVCC
VREG
1K
R105
20
29
30
19
18
R108
R107
10K
1K N/L
1K N/L
0.1uF
C20
0.1uF
C19
N/L
1uF
0.1uF
C18
0r
J17-3
J18-1
J18-4
C17
R106
R16
J15-1
J15-2
J15-3
J15-4
J15-5
J15-6
J15-7
J15-8
J15-9
J15-10
J15-11
J15-12
SCLK
SDI
CONVST
CS
ALERT
SDO
VREG1
10K N/L
1K
R15
1uF
0.1uF
C26
VREG_CHIP1
C25
J18-3
R104
CHIP1_VDD_CHIP2_VSS
CHIP1_CB1
CHIP1_CB2
CHIP1_CB3
CHIP1_CB4
CHIP1_CB5
CHIP1_CB6
12
10
8
6
4
2
CB1
CB2
CB3
CB4
CB5
CB6
MASTER
ALERTLO
SDOLO
CNVST
SDI
SCLK
CS
PD
ALERT
SDO
AGND
TP2
TP1
CHIP0_CB1
CHIP0_CB2
CHIP0_CB3
CHIP0_CB4
CHIP0_CB5
CHIP0_CB6
12
10
8
6
4
2
CB1
CB2
CB3
CB4
CB5
CB6
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
ALERTHI
SDIHI
CNVSTHI
SDOHI
SCLKHI
CSHI
PDHI
31
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ALERTLO
SDOLO
CNVST
SDI
SCLK
CS
PD
ALERT
SDO
Figure 6. EVAL-AD7280AEDZ Schematic—Page 1
14
28
25
24
23
22
21
15
27
26
PD
VDRIVE
VREG_CHIP0
J17-4
J17-1
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Figure 7. EVAL-AD7280AEDZ Schematic—Page 2
EXT_CHIP0_VIN0
EXT_CHIP0_VIN1
EXT_CHIP0_VIN2
EXT_CHIP0_VIN3
EXT_CHIP0_VIN4
EXT_CHIP0_VIN5
68r
68r
R22
R23
68r
68r
R29
68r
68r
68r
R28
R27
R26
R25
Q4
BSS138
Q5
BSS138
Q6
BSS138
Q1
BSS138
Q2
BSS138
Q3
BSS138
68r
68r
R21
R24
68r
68r
68r
R20
R19
R18
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
G
G
G
G
G
G
D20
15V
D21
15V
D22
15V
D23
15V
D24
15V
D25
15V
N/L
0r
R116
N/L
0r
R115
R97
R96
N/L
0r
R114
R95
N/L
0r
R113
R94
N/L
0r
R112
R93
N/L
0r
R111
R92
CB3
CB4
CB5
CB1
CB2
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
CB6
CHIP0_CB1
CHIP0_CB2
CHIP0_CB3
CHIP0_CB4
CHIP0_CB5
CHIP0_CB6
EXT_CHIP1_VIN0
EXT_CHIP1_VIN1
EXT_CHIP1_VIN2
EXT_CHIP1_VIN3
EXT_CHIP1_VIN4
EXT_CHIP1_VIN5
EXT_CHIP1_VIN6
R41
R40
R39
R38
R37
R36
R35
R34
R33
R32
R31
R30
68r
68r
68r
68r
68r
68r
68r
68r
68r
68r
68r
68r
Q7
BSS138
Q8
BSS138
Q9
BSS138
Q10
BSS138
Q11
BSS138
Q12
BSS138
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
S
D
G
G
G
G
G
G
D26
15V
D27
15V
D28
15V
D29
15V
D30
15V
D31
15V
0r
R120
N/L
0r
R119
N/L
0r
N/L
0r
R122
N/L
0r
R121
N/L
R103
R102
R101
R100
R118
N/L
R99
R98
R117
0r
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CB11
10K
10K
CB7
CB8
CB9
CB10
10K
10K
10K
10K
CB12
CHIP1_CB1
CHIP1_CB2
CHIP1_CB3
CHIP1_CB4
CHIP1_CB5
CHIP1_CB6
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R42
R43
R44
R45
R46
R47
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
VREG_CHIP1
J5-2
J5-3
J5-4
J5-5
J5-6
0r
R50
0r
R49
0r
R51
0r
R52
0r
R53
0r
VT1_CHIP1
VT2_CHIP1
VT3_CHIP1
VT4_CHIP1
VT5_CHIP1
VT6_CHIP1
10K
10K
T12
10K
T11
10K
T10
10K
T9
10K
T8
T7
J5-7
R48
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
C34
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
J5-8
CHIP0_VDD_CHIP1_VSS
J4-1
R54
R55
R56
R57
R58
R59
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
VREG_CHIP0
J4-2
J4-3
J4-4
J4-5
J4-6
0r
R61
0r
R62
0r
R63
0r
R64
0r
R65
0r
VT1_CHIP0
VT2_CHIP0
VT3_CHIP0
VT4_CHIP0
VT5_CHIP0
VT6_CHIP0
10K
10K
T6
10K
T5
10K
T4
10K
T3
10K
T2
T1
J4-7
R60
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
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J1-A32
J1-B32
F1
EMC_FILTER
LK7
J1-C32
1
A
J6-1
IN
OUT
GND
B
L1
3
+5V
+
2
+5V
AVDD-J1
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C41
10uF
22uF
J6-2
ADG3301/8 & ADG779 Decoupling
J1-A8
J1-B8
F2
EMC_FILTER
LK8
J1-C8
1
A
J6-3
IN
OUT
GND
+3.3V
+
2
B
L2
3
C44
C43
10uF
22uF
ADG3301/8 & ADG779 Decoupling
0r
R66
0r
R67
+3.3V/EXT_DSP
N/L
F3
EMC_FILTER
Ext_DSP_Voltage
1
J6-4
IN
OUT
L3
3
GND
EXT_DSP
+
2
C45
10uF
C46
22uF
ADG3301/8 & ADG779 Decoupling
J1-A21
J1-A22
J1-A23
J1-A24
J1-A25
J1-A26
J1-A29
J1-B21
J1-B22
J1-B23
J1-B24
J1-B25
J1-B26
J1-B27
J1-B28
J1-B29
J1-B30
J1-C21
J1-C22
J1-C23
J1-C24
J1-C25
J1-C26
J1-C29
J1-A4
J1-B4
J1-C4
J1-A12
J1-B12
J1-C12
J1-A16
J1-B16
J1-C16
J1-A20
J1-B20
J1-C20
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+3.3V
Figure 9. EVAL-AD7280EDZ Schematic—Page 4
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PD
CNVST
SDO
SDI
SCLK
CS
J13
J12
J11
J10
J9
J8
Figure 10. EVAL-AD7280EDZ Schematic—Page 5
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J1-A3
J1-B1
J14-4
J14-5
0r
0r
0r
4
NC7S04
U3
SPORT1 Off-Board Header
J1-A2
J14-3
J14-6
J1-A1
+3.3V
J7-8
J7-7
2
J7-6
R87
J7-5
J7-4
J7-3
R68
J7-2
R69
J14-2
J14-1
J1-A15
J1-B19
J1-C17
J1-A17
J1-C5
J1-A5
J1-C7
J1-A7
J1-C6
J1-A6
B
A
LK6
B
A
LK5
B
A
LK4
B
A
LK3
B
A
LK2
B
A
1k
R70
ALERT
SDO
PD
D1
NC7SZ125
4
U10
CNVST
NC7SZ125
4
U9
SDI
SCLK
CS
C60
0.1uF
C61
0.1uF
+3.3V/EXT_DSP
0.1uF
C47
C62
0.1uF
10
Y5
EN
A8
A7
GND
Y8
Y7
Y6
Y4
A5
A6
A4
Y3
Y2
A2
A3
Y1
VCCY
A1
VCCA
ADG3308
U4
3
2
GND
A
4
5
+5V
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
0.1uF
C51
C48
+5V
+5V
0.1uF
U11 Bypass Capacitor
C63
0.1uF
EN
Y
U6
ADG3301
1
6
VCCA
VCCY
U3, U9 & U10 Bypass Capacitors
1
2
1
2
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
0.1uF
1
C50
Short distance between
ADG3308/1 and ADuM
LK1
0r
R71
J7-1
0r
R72
C49
0.1uF
1
2
U11
4
NC7SZ125
+5V
2
U7
ADG849
6
S2
IN
5
D
VDD
4
3
S1
GND
1
+5V
+5V
0.1uF
10uF
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
VOC
VIC
GND1
RCOUT
GNDISO
VSEL
VID
VOB
VIB
VOD
VOA
VISO
GNDISO
VIA
VDD1
ADUM5401
GND1
U5
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
0.1uF
C54
10uF
C55
C56
C57
0.1uF
ADG_OUT_PD
0.1uF
1
2
3
4
VOB
VIA
VOA
U8
ADUM1201
VDD2
VIB
VDD1
GND2
GND1
8
7
6
5
C59
0.1uF
C58
0.1uF
0.1uF caps within 20mm of supply & gnd pins
ADG_OUT_CS
ADG_OUT_SCLK
ADG_OUT_SDI
ADG_IN_SDO
ADG_OUT_CNVST
ADG_IN_ALERT
C53
C52
10uF caps can be further away.
10K
R123
ADG_OUT_CS
ADG_OUT_SCLK
ADG_OUT_SDI
ADG_IN_SDO
ADG_IN_ALERT
ADG_OUT_CNVST
ADG_OUT_PD
0r
SDI2
SDO2
SCLK2
0r
R86
DGND
DGND2 DGND4
DGND1 DGND3
N/L
PD2
CNVST2
ALERT2
AGND
AGND2 AGND4
AGND1 AGND3
Options to bypass Isocouplers
N/L
N/L
N/L
N/L
R82
R83
R84
R85
0r
0r
0r
0r
0r N/L
0r N/L
0r N/L
R79
R80
R81
R78
CS2
0.1uF caps < 20mm of both supply & gnd pins
N/L
10K
R109
Isocouplers
10K
R110
Level Translator 3.3V/Ext DSP to 5V
+3.3V/EXT_DSP
N/L
PD
CONVST
ALERT
SDO
SDI
SCLK
CS
VDRIVE
Interface to AD7280
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Option A allows SMA connectors or 2x4 DIL header
Option B allows connection to ADI CED board
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BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 10.
Reference Designator
U1, U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U9, U10, U11
C1 to C12, C14, C16, C18 to C20, C22, C24, C26 to C40,
C64 to 65, C80 to 93
C13, C21, C52, C55
Stock Code 1
AD7280AWBSTZ
FEC 101-4133
ADG3308BRUZ
ADuM5401CRWZ
ADG3301BKSZ
ADG849YKSZ
ADuM1201WTRZ
FEC 101-3811
FEC 8820023
C15, C17, C23, C25
FEC 165-0837
C41, C43, C45
C42, C44, C46
FEC 197-130
Digi-Key 490-1719-1-ND
C47 to C49, C50, C51, C53, C54, C56 to C59,
C60 to C63
C66 to C79
FEC 432210
1
2
12
3
1
1
1
3
1
6
1
2
2
6
8
Part Description
12-Bit ADC
NC7S04
ADG3308
ADuM5401
ADG3301
ADG849
ADuM1201
NC7SZ125
0.1 μF Ceramic Capacitor, 50 V,
SMD0603
10 μF Ceramic Capacitor, 35 V,
SMD1812
10 μF Ceramic Capacitor, 16 V,
SMD1210
10 μF Tantalum Capacitor, 10 V
22 μF Tantalum Capacitor, 6.3 V,
SMD0805
0.1 μF Ceramic Capacitor, 16 V,
SMD0603
22 pF Ceramic Capacitor, 50 V
SMD0603
Red SMD 0805 Chip LED
SMBJ30, TVS, 30 V, 600 W
Zener Diode, 15 V, 0.5 W
Surface-Mount EMC Filters
96-Way Connector
7-Pin Terminal Block
6-Pin Terminal Block
8-Way Connector
3-Pin Terminal Block
Gold 50 SMA Jack
6-Way Connector
12-Way Connector
4-Way Connector
Ferrite Beads
1-Way Jumper (1 × 2)
D1
D18, D19
D20 to D31
F1 to F3
J1
J2
J3
J4, J5, J7
J6
J8 to J13
J14
J15 to J16
J17 to J18
L1 to L6
LK1 to LK8
12
42
BSS138
10 kΩ SMD0603 Resistor
13
24
6
2
9
17
3
2
1
12
67
0 Ω SMD0603 Resistor
68 Ω SMD2512 Resistor
10 kΩ SMD0603 Resistor
0 Ω SMD1206 Resistor
0 Ω SMD1206 Resistor
0 Ω SMD0603 Resistor
1 kΩ SMD0603 Resistor
1 kΩ SMD0603 Resistor
100 kΩ SMD0603 Resistor
10 kΩ SMD0603 Thermistor
Test Points
Q1 to Q12
R1 to R14, R2 to R47, R54 to R59, R88, R90 to R103,
R108, R123
R16, R111 to R122
R18 to R41
R15, R17, R89, R90, R109, R110
R66, R78
R67, R79 to R86
R48 to R53, R60 to R65, R68, R69, R71, R72, R87
R70, R104, R105
R106, R107
R108
T1 to T12
FEC 105-8373
FEC 955-1050
FEC 143-1282
FEC 952-8202
FEC 1096832
FEC 388-2615 (x2) and FEC 388-2627
FEC 388-2627 (x2)
FEC 1022233 [Do not insert]
FEC 151-790
FEC 1169631 [Do not insert]
FEC 1022255 [Do not insert]
FEC 1022238 [Do not insert]
FEC 1022251 [Do not insert]
FEC 952-6900
FEC 1022244 (36-pin strip) and
FEC 150411
FEC 984-5330
FEC 933-0399
Qty
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
50
4
4
3
3
15
14
1
FEC = Farnell.
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FEC 1463373
FEC 498-543
FEC 933-1662 [Do not insert]
FEC 128-3154
FEC 933-0399 [Do not insert]
FEC 933-6974
FEC 933-6974 [Do not insert]
FEC 933-1662
FEC 933-0380
FEC 933-0380 [Do not insert]
FEC 933-0402
FEC 118-7088
FEC 873-1144 (pack)
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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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