CIP-8 8-Bit Remote Control Encoder/Decoder IC`s

CIP-8 8-Bit Remote Control Encoder/Decoder IC`s
CIP-8
8-Bit Remote Control Encoder/Decoder IC’s
Description
The CIP-8 series 8-bit encoder/decoder
IC’s offer an easy to use, low-cost solution
for simple remote control applications in a
convenient industry standard 20-pin PDIP
package.
Features
Latched or momentary outputs
No programming necessary
Very easy to use
Very low component count
Low current consumption
Up to 25mA per decoder output
Eight bit data (D0 to D7)
Eight bit binary address (0 to 255)
Selectable baud rates (2400/4800)
High noise immunity
Standard 20-pin PDIP package
Encoder Operation
On power-up the encoder enters low
power sleep mode. When the transmit
enable pin is pulled to ground, the encoder
will wake up and begin the transmit
process.
First, the encoder will record the state of
the 8-bit address/data lines, encode for
error correction and assemble the packet.
Applications
Simple remote control
Wire elimination
Remote status monitoring
Remote lighting control
It will then sample the A0/BAUD pin to fix
the data rate, and then output the address
and encoded data packet on DOUT.
Decoder Operation
The decoder enters a timed loop waiting
for the synchronization byte. An internal
16-bit timer is used to force an exit from
the receive loop, and reset the output pins
(in momentary mode) every 65.5mS if no
valid synch byte is received during this
time period.
The encode/transmit process will continue
for as long as the /TE pin is low, and return
to low power sleep mode when /TE returns
high.
It will update the state of the address and
data lines with each packet and finish the
current transmission even after the /TE pin
is released from ground.
Once a valid synch byte is received, the
timer is disabled, and the remainder of the
data packet is received and stored for the
verification process.
Encoded Data Packet
Each data packet consists of seven bytes
of information to be transmitted.
Immediately after receiving a valid data
packet it begins the process of verifying
the data, and checking it for errors.
The preamble
The synchronization byte
The 1st address byte
The 1st data byte
The 2nd address byte
The 2nd data byte
The address/data checksum
Once data has been verified, the decoded
data will be placed on the output pins, and
the decoder re-enters the timed loop
waiting for the next valid packet.
A 10mS guard time is inserted between
each encoded packet transmission to allow
the decoder time to receive, decode, verify,
and process each packet. The encoder
returns to low power sleep mode for power
conservation immediately once /TE returns
to logic 1, and the packet transmission is
complete.
If the decoder is operating in latch mode,
the last valid 8-bit binary data value
received will remain on the decoder
outputs until a different valid binary data
packet is received.
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CIP-8
8-Bit Remote Control Encoder/Decoder IC’s
Pin Descriptions
Pins A0 to A7 on the CIP-8 encoder and
decoder IC’s are used to set a unique
address relationship between the encoder
and decoder.
This helps prevent accidental activation of
decoder outputs, and allows a single encoder
the ability to control multiple decoders by
simply changing the encoder address to
match the decoder to control.
Ensure the address set on the encoder
matches the decoder you wish to control. A
single bit difference, and the decoder will not
respond.
A0/BAUD Pin
The A0/BAUD input serves two functions.
One is being the least significant bit of the 8bit encoder/decoder address. Two is being
the data rate selection pin. With A0/BAUD
connected to ground, the least significant bit
of the 8-bit binary address is 0, and the serial
data rate is 2400bps.
With this pin at Vcc, the least significant
address bit is 1, and the serial data rate is
4800bps. This option allows support for lowend RF modules that require the lower data
rates, while providing the faster data rate
option for higher end RF modules such as the
excellent Linx Technologies® LR series, and
others.
Encoder & Decoder Data Pins D0-D7
On the encoder, pins D0-D7 are the data
input pins. The logic value present on these
inputs will be transferred to the corresponding
D0-D7 data output pins on the decoder when
/TE (transmit enable) pin on the encoder is
pulled to ground.
Encoder /TE Pin
/TE is the transmit enable pin. This pin will
cause the encoder to sample the address and
data pins, and transmit continuously while
held at ground. Returning /TE to Vcc through
the pull-up resistor as shown in the CIP-8
example
schematics
will
end
the
transmission, and place the encoder in low
power sleep mode.
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Decoder Latch/Momentary Modes
The decoder L/M pin provides a mode
select to switch between momentary or
latched decoder operating modes.
Logic 1 = Latch Mode
Logic 0 = Momentary Mode
In momentary mode, the decoder outputs
that will maintain the 8-bit data value being
received for the duration of valid address
and data reception.
If any part of the verification process fails,
or reception is interrupted for longer than
65.5mS, decoder will timeout, immediately
discard the packet, reset the timer, force all
decoder data outputs back to ground, and
re-enter the timed loop waiting for the next
packet.
When receiving a continuous stream of
valid data, the timer is disabled, and the
decoder will respond rapidly to changing
data values, and hold the received binary
pattern on the outputs.
Connect All Pins
All address, data, and function select pins
such as /TE, and L/M pins must be
connected to either Vcc or ground as
required. Leaving any pins floating (not
connected) will cause erratic operation of
the encoder, decoder, or both.
Ensure that encoder data inputs D0-D7 are
at the required logic levels before the /TE
pin is pulled to ground.
When prototyping circuits on a breadboard,
it may be desirable to test logic levels on
all encoder/decoder pins with a logic probe
or meter before operation.
VCC And Ground
VCC is the positive power supply. GND is
ground.
Ordering Information
Part #
Description
CIP-8D
8-Bit Decoder IC
CIP-8E
8-Bit Encoder IC
CIP-8
8-Bit Remote Control Encoder/Decoder IC’s
Electrical Characteristics
Parameter
Supply Voltage
Supply Current
@ 3.0V VCC
@ 5.0V VCC
Sleep Current
@ 3.0V VCC
@ 5.0V VCC
Input Low Voltage
Input High Voltage
Output Low Voltage
Output High Voltage
Designation
Vcc
IDD
VIL
VIH
VOL
VOH
Min.
3.0
Typ.
--
Max.
5.5
Units
VDC
Notes
-----
500
800
TBD
TBD
µA
µA
1
1
----GND
0.8 VCC
--VCC – 0.7
0.1
0.2
---------
0.85
0.95
0.2 VCC
VCC
0.6
---
µA
µA
V
V
V
V
2
3
Notes
1. Current consumption with no active loads
2. For 3V supply, (0.2 x 3.0) = 0.6V max.
3. For 3V supply, (0.8 x 3.0) = 2.4V min.
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Ambient temperature under bias............................................….................................................-40° to +125°C
Storage temperature ...............................................…............................................................ -65°C to +150°C
Voltage on VDD with respect to VSS .........................….............................................................. -0.3V to +6.5V
Voltage on MCLR with respect to Vss ..................................................................................... -0.3V to +13.5V
Voltage on all other pins with respect to VSS ………........................................................ -0.3V to (VDD + 0.3V)
Total power dissipation …..................................................................................................................... 800 mW
Maximum current out of VSS pin ........................................................................................................... 300 mA
Maximum current into VDD pin .............................................................................................................. 250 mA
Input clamp current, IIK (VI < 0 or VI > DD).........................................................................................................± 20 mA
Output clamp current, IOK (Vo < 0 or Vo VDD).................................................................................................± 20 mA
Maximum output current sunk by any I/O pin.......................................................................................... 25 mA
Maximum output current sourced by any I/O pin .................................................................................... 25 mA
Maximum current sunk or sourced by all pins combined …….........................................................….. 200 mA
Disclaimer
These devices are not intended for use in applications of a critical nature where safety, life, or property is at risk.
The user of this product assumes full liability for the use of this product in all applications. Under no conditions will
Reynolds Electronics be responsible for losses arising from the use or failure of the device in any application, other
than the repair, replacement, or refund limited to the original product purchase price.
Technical support: Email: [email protected]
Sales: [email protected]
Distributor inquiries: [email protected]
Copyright © 2006 Reynolds Electronics
3101 Eastridge Lane
Canon City, Co. 81212
Phone: (719) 269-3469
Fax: (719) 276-2853
Web Site: http://www.rentron.com
The CIP-8 encoder/decoder IC’s are available for purchase online at: http://www.rentron.com
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CIP-8E / CIP-8D 8-BIT ENCODER / DECODER EXAMPLES
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THE SINGLE IC SOLUTION FOR BOTH REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER
NOTE: ALL ADDRESS PINS MUST BE AT GROUND OR VCC
DO NOT ALLOW TO FLOAT
VCC
4800 bps
2400 bps
8-BITS ADDRESS / DATA WITH UP TO 25mA PER DECODER OUTPUT
VCC
D
4800 bps
0.1uF
VCC = +3.0V TO +5.5V DC
1
VCC
VCC
0.1uF
DATA IN FROM RECEIVER DATA OUTPUT
1
VCC
20
GND
A1
A0 / BAUD
A2
DIN
A3
L/M
DIN
VCC
MOMENTARY MODE
D7
D7
D6
D6
D5
D5
8 x HIGH-CURRENT OUTPUTS
D0
D1
A7
D4
D4
D0
D3
D3
D1
D2
10
D2
11
8-BIT DECODER CIRCUIT
430
VCC
/ TE
DOUT TO RF TRANSMITTER
D7
D6
A6
D5
A7
D4
D0
D3
D1
D2
C
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8-BIT ENCODER CIRCUIT
VCC
2.2K
RELAY
LED
TRANSMIT ENABLE
NPN
B
200K PULL-UP
LOAD
1N4148
B
A3
10
SPDT TOGGLE SWITCHES
A6
DOUT
A5
FOR ENCODER DATA INPUTS
A5
CIP-8D
A4
A2
VCC
LATCH MODE
C
A0 / BAUD
A4
20
GND
A1
CIP-8E
WITH < 20mV P-P NOISE / HASH FOR BEST RESULTS
2400 bps
EXAMPLE RELAY DRIVE CIRCUIT
EXAMPLE DIRECT LED DRIVE
GROUNDING /TE PIN INITIATES DATA TRANSMISSION
USE 100K TO 200K EXTERNAL PULL-UP AS SHOWN ABOVE
10K
DECODER ABSOLUTE MAX DRIVE CURRENT:
25 mA MAX PER OUTPUT PIN | SINK OR SOURCE | 200 mA MAX (ALL COMBINED)
ADDRESS PINS MAY BE CONNECTED TO GROUND, VCC, OR ANY COMBINATION
OF GROUND & VCC, AND SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO FLOAT
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3101 Eastridge Lane
Canon City, CO 81212
Ph: 719-269-3469 Fax: 719-276-2853
Website: http://www.rentron.com
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