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Reference Design
By: Bill Lucas
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Austin, TX
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Section 1. Introduction and Setup
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1.1
1.2
1.3
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
About this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Setup Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Section 2. Operational Description
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.4
2.5
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Push Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Red Activity Indicator LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Infrared LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Header and Jumpers Blocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Microcontroller Current Monitor Jumper Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 3. Pin Description
3.1
3.2
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
16-Pin Connector J1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Section 4. Schematic and Parts List
4.1
4.2
4.3
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Section 5. Design Considerations
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grounding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Infrared and Visible LED Drive Circuit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switch Circuitry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 6. System Testing
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hardware/Software Testing Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FLASH Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LED and Push Button Test Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DVD Player Control Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 1. Introduction and Setup
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1.1 Introduction
Motorola’s ASB520, MC68HC908QT2 Infrared Remote Control Reference PC
Board and software are designed to demonstrate how a simple, limited
function, dedicated remote control system could be designed. The objective is
to keep the design simple so a user can pick portions of interest to his design
and turn them into an application specific system. This system is specifically
programmed to control an APEX model 1201 DVD player.
A few of the more noteworthy features of the reference PC board are listed as
follows:
•
8-pin MC68HC908QT2 microcontroller
•
Infrared LED and driver
•
Visible LED to show activity
•
Six user push buttons
•
MON08 programming interface for in-circuit FLASH programming
•
Battery holder for 3-AA cells
•
Microcontroller current monitor jumper block
A photograph of the reference PC board appears in Figure 1-1.
1.2 About this Manual
Key items can be found in the following locations in this manual:
•
Setup instructions are found in 1.3 Setup Guide.
•
Schematics are found in 4.2 Schematic.
•
Pin assignments for MON08 connector J1 are shown in Table 3-1.
MON08 Pin Assignments.
•
User interfaces are described in 2.3 LEDs.
•
For those interested in the design aspects of the reference PC board’s
circuitry, a description is provided in Section 5. Design
Considerations.
•
System testing, hardware and software, are described in detail in
Section 6. System Testing.
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Figure 1-1. MC68HC908QT2 IR Reference PC Board Photograph
1.3 Setup Guide
Setup for the reference design PC board can be broken into two parts.
•
The first is normal user operation mode.
•
The second is MC68HC908QT2 FLASH programming configuration.
FLASH programming is explained in Section 6. System Testing.
It is assumed for user operational mode, the MC68HC908QT1 has been
programmed with the remote control program. If not, refer to Section 6.
System Testing for FLASH programming information.
Figure 2-1. PC Board shows the locations of the various jumper blocks and
MON08 connector.
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For user operation mode, shorting jumpers need to be installed to jumper
blocks JP1–JP4. Shorting jumper block JP1 is not necessary if the small PC
board trace under jumper block JP1, on the bottom side of the PC board, has
not been cut for microcontroller current monitoring.
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Installation of 3-AA Alkaline batteries into the battery holder mounted on the
bottom of the PC board is also required for setup. Note battery polarity on the
battery holder. The PC board is now ready for use as an infrared remote
control.
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Section 2. Operational Description
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2.1 Introduction
The following subsections describe the operation of the ASB520,
MC68HC908QT2 infrared remote control reference design system. LEDs,
switches, jumper blocks and FLASH programmer headers, and current monitor
jumper block are described here. Figure 2-1 shows the locations of these
items.
2.2 Push Buttons
There are six push button switches resident on the lower portion of the
reference PC board. They are labeled as switches SW1–SW6 on the PC board
schematic. Each button has a dedicated function. The switches are labeled as
POWER, PAUSE, PLAY, REVERSE, STOP, and FORWARD. These labels
describe the button’s operation function related to control of a DVD player.
2.3 LEDs
There are two LEDs located in the upper right hand corner of the PC board. The
LED labeled D1 is an infrared LED and the one labeled D2 is a visible red LED
and is used to show system activity.
2.3.1 Red Activity Indicator LED
D2 is a visible red LED and is used to show IR LED activity. It blinks as long
any push button is depressed
2.3.2 Infrared LED
D1 is an infrared LED. It is modulated to control the DVD.
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JP1
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JP2
JP3
J1
JP4
Figure 2-1. PC Board
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Header and Jumpers Blocks
2.4 Header and Jumpers Blocks
There is one 16-pin header (2 x 8-pin), J1, and four 2-pin jumper blocks,
JP1–JP4, on the PC board. See Figure 2-1 for their locations on the PC board.
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The header and jumper functions are described as follows.
J1:
Jumper block J1 is used to program the MC68HC908QT2, located in
the center of the PC board. The connections to this board follow the
standard MON08 connector scheme. It is also used to put the ASB520
system into test mode. In a production environment, J1 could be
replaced by a “bed of nails” test fixture to reduce PC board parts costs.
JP1:
Jumper block JP1 is on the PC board measure the current consumed
by the microcontroller. Its primary purpose is to measure stop current of
the microcontroller. A small trace on the bottom of the PC board must
be cut to use this feature. When using this feature to measure stop
current you should remove shorting jumper JP2. Removing the shunt
from JP2 removes the system’s 470 µF bulk capacitor. Removing that
capacitor will improve accuracy of the current measurement, as large
capacitors have leakage current associated with them. Select the
lowest voltage rating bulk capacitor for your circuit as possible because
lower voltage rated ones tend to have less leakage than higher voltage
ones for a given capacitance value.
JP2:
Jumper block JP2 disconnects the bulk capacitor during FLASH
programming and optionally during stop current monitoring. The value
of the capacitor is large enough to cause power switching issues when
using the Cyclone programmer. During the programming procedure,
the Cyclone programmer cycles power to the target PC board. Large
value bulk capacitors greater than approximately 100 µF present
excessive currents to the Cyclone programmer and interfere with the
POR circuit of the target’s microcontroller as voltage on larger
capacitance devices do not discharge fast enough during voltage
cycling.
The purpose for the bulk capacitor is two fold: First is tends to help lower
the effects of the battery’s internal resistance during periods of high
current demands while the IR LED is being modulated. This is a
particular benefit toward the battery’s end of life period, when its internal
resistance is increasing. Second, if a system uses RAM to store user
information, the bulk capacitor will retain voltage to the microcontroller
during battery changes.
JP3:
Jumper block JP3 disconnects pullup resistor, R9, during FLASH
programming.
JP4:
Jumper block JP4 disconnects LED drive circuitry during FLASH
programming.
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2.5 Microcontroller Current Monitor Jumper Block
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Jumper block JP1 is intended as a connection on the PC board to measure the
stop current of the MC68HC908QT2. To use the feature, you must cut the small
PC board trace located on the bottom side of the PC board between the two
pins of the jumper block. After cutting the trace, and when not using an amp
meter to measure system current a shunt must be installed on JP1.
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Section 3. Pin Description
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3.1 Introduction
There is one connector resident on the control board, labeled J1. It is the
MON08 connector. The following subsection describes signals on connector
J1.
3.2 16-Pin Connector J1
Signals to and from the MON08 connector are grouped together on 16-pin
(2 x 8-pin) ribbon cable connector J1. Pin assignments for connector J1 are
shown in Table 3-1. In a production environment, J1 could be replaced by a
“bed of nails” test fixture to reduce PC board parts costs.
Table 3-1. MON08 Pin Assignments
Pin Number
1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11,14, 16
Function
No connect
2
GND
6
VTST (PTA2)
8
COM (PTA0)
10
MOD1 (PTA4)
12
MOD0 (PTA1)
13
OSC1 (PTA5)
15
VDD
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4.1 Introduction
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Schematic and parts list detail are documented in this section.
4.2 Schematic
A schematic of the reference design PC board appears in Figure 4-1. Unless
otherwise specified, capacitor values are in microfarads, resistor values are in
ohms. All resistors are specified as 1/4-watt ± 5%, and interrupted lines coded
with the same letters are electrically connected.
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BATTERY
BAT1
+
1
2
JP1
1
PTA5
Idd_TEST
1
Vdd
2
Vbat
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1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
+
JP2
MON08 CONNECTOR
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
J1
470uF
C1
CAP_DISC
10
R7
2
2
1
1
Vdd
PTA4
10M
16MHz
47K
R8
X1
4
3
U1
Vdd
SW4
REV
SW5
STOP
SW6
FWD
SW3
PLAY
SW2
PAUSE
SW1
POWER
R9
3.3K
SW_DISC
JP3
Vss
R13
220
R14
470
R15
1k
R12
2.2k
R11
4.7K
PTA2/IRQ/KBI2
PTA1/AD1/TCH1/KBI1
PTA0/AD0/TCH0/KBI0
NITRON_8_PIN_ADC
PTA3/RST/KBI3
PTA4/OSC2/AD2/KBI4
PTA5/OSC1/AD3/KBI5
Vdd
PTA1_ATD1
R10
2
1
5
6
7
8
Figure 4-1. ASB520 PC Board Schematic
PTA2
PTA0
PTA4
PTA1_ATD1
0.1
C2
Vdd
PTA5
2
2
18
1
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2
IR_DISC
1
JP4
2
PTA2
PTA1_ATD1
1
PTA0
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47K
1K
R4
330
R2
D2
RED
Q1
2N3904
R1
47K
R6
470
IR_LED
D1
R3
47
2N3906
Q2
Vbat
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4.3 Parts List
The following parts list describes the parts content for the IR reference PC
board.
Table 4-1. Reference PC Board Parts List
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Designators
Qty.
Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
BAT1
1
3-AA Battery Holder
Digi-Key
2464K-ND
C1
1
470 µF Cap@6.3WV
Digi-Key
P5508-ND
C2
1
0.1 µF Capacitor
Digi-Key
399-2127-ND
D1
1
Infrared LED
Digi-Key
160-1061-ND
D2
1
Red LED
Digi-Key
160-1061-ND
J1
1
2 x 8 Pin Header(1)
Digi-Key
S2211-36-ND(1)
JP1–JP4
4
2 Pin Header(1)
Digi-Key
S1211-36-ND(1)
Q1
1
2N3904
Digi-Key
2N3904-ND
Q2
1
2N3906
Digi-Key
2N3906-ND
R1, R8, R5
3
Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
47QBK-ND
Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
47QBK-ND
47K Ohm
R3
1
47 Ohm
R4, R15
2
1K Ohm Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
1.0KQBK-ND
R13
1
220 Ohm Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
220QBK-ND
R2
1
330 Ohm Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
330QBK-ND
R6, R14
2
470 Ohm Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
470QBK-ND
R7
1
10 Ohm Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
10QBK-ND
R9
1
3.3K Ohm Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
3.3KQBK-ND
R11
1
4.7K Ohm Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
4.7KQBK-ND
Digi-Key
1.0MQBK-ND
Resistor(2)
R10
1
1 Meg Ohm
R12
1
2.2K Ohm Resistor(2)
Digi-Key
2.2KQBK-ND
SW1–SW6
6
Momentary Push Button Switch
Digi-Key
CKN9009-ND
U1
1
Nitron 8-pin DIP with A/D and 1.5K FLASH
Digi-Key
MC68HC908QT1CP
X1
1
16.00 MHz Resonator
Digi-Key
X908-ND
No Designator (optional)
1
8-pin socket for U1
Digi-Key
A400-ND
No Designator
1
2-56 x 3/8” nylon screw
Any
Any
No Designator
1
2-56 nylon nut
Any
Any
Digi-Key
3M4008-ND
(3)
No Designator
1
Tape, double-sided foam 1/8” x 1”
No Designator
1
ASB520 Bare PCB
DS Electronics
ASB520
No Designator
4
Shunts for JP1–JP4
Digi-Key
S9000-ND
No Designator
3
AA Alkaline Battery
Any
Any
1. Shipped in strips of 36 x 1 or 36 x 2. Cut to length.
2. All resistors are 1/4 W with a tolerance of 5% unless otherwise noted.
3. Cut to size.
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Section 5. Design Considerations
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5.1 Introduction
Microcontroller systems, in general, have a number of important design
considerations related to PC board layout and grounding considerations.
These design considerations are discussed in 5.2 Grounding, 5.3 Infrared
and Visible LED Drive Circuit, and 5.4 Switch Circuitry. A description of two
of the reference board’s major circuits are included in 5.3 Infrared and Visible
LED Drive Circuit and 5.4 Switch Circuitry.
5.2 Grounding
PC board layout is an important design consideration. In particular, ground
planes and how grounds are tied together influence noise immunity. To
maximize oscillator noise immunity, it is a good practice have ground plane
under the resonator, X1. One good grounding practice is to carry all of the
ground connections, in a star configuration, to a single point which could be the
power supply’s bulk capacitor or in this case, the battery ground terminal.
5.3 Infrared and Visible LED Drive Circuit
Figure 5-1 is the driver schematic, used to drive both LEDs on the PC board.
Because the microcontroller will not source or sink enough current to drive the
two LEDs, a discrete driver is necessary. This circuit uses two transistors. The
first transistor is a small signal NPN, followed by a small signal PNP transistor.
Vbat
R1
47K
R2
Q2
2N3906
330
JP4
To PTA0
1
1
2
IR_DISC
R4
2
1K
Q1
2N3904
R6
470
R5
47K
D2
RED
R3
47
D1
IR_LED
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A logic 1 from port A, bit 0 will turn the NPN transistor on, driving its collector
low. The low level applied to the base of the PNP transistor, Q2, will drive its
emitter to collector into conduction, illuminating the two LEDs. Resistor R5 is in
place to guarantee that Q1 is biased off during initial power on and before the
microcontroller’s program has configured port A, bit 1 to behave as a digital
output.
5.4 Switch Circuitry
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A/D port. Figure 5-2 shows the circuit. This circuit has the advantage of using
only one I/O pin for the six switches. Using a switch matrix and the keyboard
interrupt pins is an alternative approach, but in this case would require a
microcontroller with more I/O pins.
JP3
SW_DISC
1
1
2
2
Vdd
R9
3.3K
POWER
PTA1_ATD1
SW1
PLAY
R11
4.7K
SW2
FWD
R12
2.2k
SW3
REV
R15
1k
SW6
PAUSE
R14
470
SW5
STOP
R13
220
SW4
Figure 5-2. Switch Circuitry
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Switch Circuitry
The spreadsheet in Table 5-1 gives the decimal values seen by the A/D, based
on which switch is depressed. Because the voltage from the switches is
ratiometric to VDD, power supply variation will have no effect on A/D readings.
Table 5-1. Switch Input A/D Values
Switch
Ideal Value
Minus 6%
Plus 6%
255
239.7
255
Power
170.5
160.3
180.7
Play
127.7
120
153.3
Forward
79.9
75.1
84.7
Reverse
40.8
38.4
43.3
Pause
14.8
13.9
15.6
0
0
0
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Stop
The ±6% values in Table 5-1 indicate worst case values, as the resistors used
in the design are ±5%. The software uses the minimum values from the table
to decode the switches.
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Section 6. System Testing
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6.1 Introduction
This section will first explain how to program the control program into FLASH
memory of the MC68HC908QT2 microcontroller. It will then, in detail, provide
functional testing of both hardware and user software for the ASB520 infrared
remote control reference design.
6.2 Hardware/Software Testing Summary
Because the PC board has minimal user interface, hardware testing will be
performed in stages.
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First the control program will be programmed into the
MC68HC908QT2’s FLASH memory.
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The keyboard and red LED will be tested next.
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Finally, the ASB520 PC board will be used to control a DVD.
6.3 FLASH Programming
The following steps are used to initially program the MC68HC908QT2:
1. If installed, remove the batteries from the battery holder located on the
bottom of the PC board
2. Remove jumpers JP1–JP4.
3. Connect the P&E Microcomputer Systems, Inc. MON08 Cyclone’s
ribbon cable from the programmer to J1, noting the location of pin 1 on
J1.
Follow the P&E Microcomputer Systems, Inc. instructions to program the
MC68HC908QT2, with the remote control program file. The file name to
program into the device is ASB520.S19.
After FLASH programming is complete, disconnect the Cyclone’s ribbon cable
connected to J1 of the ASB520 PC board.
In a production environment, the Cyclone Programmer can be setup so that a
single press of a button will initiate an automatic programming operation. The
Application Program would be pre-loaded into nonvolatile memory in the
Cyclone and no PC would need to be present during production programming.
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6.4 LED and Push Button Test Code
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Test code is embedded in the ASB520 control program. This test code will test
the switches, LED drive circuitry and visible LED, D2. The infrared led, D1, is
illuminated, but you can’t see it. To run the test program, follow the next 12
steps:
1. Connect a jumper lead between pins 2 and 6 on connector J1.
2. Install shorting jumpers on jumper blocks JP1–JP4
3. Install 3-AA Alkaline batteries into the battery holder mounted on the
bottom of the PC board. Note battery polarity on the battery holder.
When the last battery is installed, you will see the red LED, D2, flash five
times.
4. Depress the POWER switch, SW1. The red LED will flash once, delay
for approximately 2 seconds, flash again and continue that sequence
until the button is released. You will note the POWER button is SW1;
thus one blink. (This is the sequence for the remainder of the switches.)
5. Depress the PAUSE switch, SW2. The red LED will flash twice, delay for
approximately 2 seconds, flash twice again and continue that sequence
until the button is released.
6. Depress the PLAY switch, SW3. The red LED will flash three times,
delay for approximately 2 seconds, flash three times again and continue
that sequence until the button is released.
7. Depress the REVERSE switch, SW4. The red LED will flash four times,
delay for approximately 2 seconds, flash four times again and continue
that sequence until the button is released.
8. Depress the STOP switch, SW5. The red LED will flash five times, delay
for approximately 2 seconds, flash five times again and continue that
sequence until the button is released.
9. Depress the FORWARD switch, SW6. The red LED will flash six times,
delay for approximately 2 seconds, flash six times again and continue
that sequence until the button is released.
10. Remove one battery. It doesn’t matter which one.
11. Remove the jumper lead from connector J1.
12. Replace the battery. (The system is now in user mode.)
All hardware except for the infrared diode, D1, has been tested at this point.
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DVD Player Control Test
6.5 DVD Player Control Test
To test the infrared diode and the rest of the system in user mode, install a
music CD in the APEX model 1201 DVD player. Music CDs appear to respond
faster than video CD’s in this CD player.
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To test the software, infrared diode and the rest of the ASM520 PC board,
follow these steps:
1. Configure the television and DVD player, following the instructions
provided with the DVD player.
2. On the DVD player, depress the power switch on the left side of the DVD
player to turn it on.
3. On the DVD player, depress the OPEN/CLOSE switch located to the
right of the DVD drawer to open the DVD drawer.
4. Install a music CD in the APEX model 1201 DVD player.
5. Depress the OPEN/CLOSE switch on the DVD player to close the DVD
drawer.
6. Wait for the yellow LED, located on the lower right hand end of the DVD
player, labeled MP3/CD JPEG to illuminate. It can take up to 10 seconds
on this DVD player.
7. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the POWER switch on the ASB520 PC board to turn the DVD
player off.
8. Verify the yellow MP3/CD JPEG LED turns off.
9. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and again,
press the POWER switch on the ASB520 PC board. In approximately 10
seconds, the MP3/CD JPEG LED will once again illuminate. This delay
is a function of the DVD player and not the controller.
10. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the PLAY switch on the ASB520 PC board. The first song on
the CD will play.
11. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the PAUSE switch on the ASB520 PC board. The music will
stop playing.
12. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the PLAY switch on the ASB520 PC board. The music will
resume at the point it was paused.
13. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the STOP switch on the ASB520 PC board. The music will stop
playing.
14. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the PLAY switch on the ASB520 PC board. The music will
restart at the beginning of the song.
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15. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the REVERSE switch on the ASB520 PC board. The music will
back-up, at a high rate, until it reaches the beginning of the song, at
which time it will restart the song.
16. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the FORWARD switch on the ASB520 PC board. The music will
play very fast.
17. Point the ASB520 board with LED D1 toward the DVD player and
depress the PLAY switch on the ASB520 PC board. The music will
resume at normal rate.
18. Power to the DVD player may now be turned off by depress the power
switch on the left side of the DVD player.
This completes the hardware and software testing of the ASB520 infrared
remote controller system.
The controller is ready for use with the APEX model 1201 DVD player.
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