iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 1/12 ORDERING INFORMATION Depending on order designation, the MH2D evaluation board DIP28 socket is equipped with an 28pin PCB adapter board containing either iC-MH ("iC-MH EVAL MH2D") or iC-MH8 ("iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D"). The 28pin PCB adapter boards are also available separately under order designation "iC-MH iCSY MH2M" or "iC-MH8 iCSY MH2M" as supplement. Type Order Designation Evaluation Boards iC-MH EVAL MH2D Description Options iC-MH Evaluation Board ready to operate, accessible through GUI via PC adapter iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D iC-MH8 Evaluation Board ready to operate, accessible through GUI via PC adapter Software iC-MH GUI iC-MH GUI software for Windows PC stores setup to file, communication to iC-MH iC-MH8 GUI iC-MH8 GUI software for Windows PC stores setup to file, communication to iC-MH8 please see www.ichaus.com for download information PC Adapter iC-MB3 iCSY MB3U iC-MB4 iCSY MB4U PC-USB Adapter PC-USB Adapter Accessory iC-MH iCSY MH2M iC-MH8 iCSY MH2M DIL-28 PCB Adapterboard with mounted iC-MH DIL-28 PCB Adapterboard with mounted iC-MH8 iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 2/12 BOARD MH2D (size 100 mm x 80 mm) TERMINAL DESCRIPTION VB GND +10 to +20 V Supply Voltage 0 V Ground A B Z U V W Incremental A (+NU) Incremental B (+NV) Index Z (+NW) Commutation U (+NA) Commutation V (+NB) Commutation W (+NZ) VND VNA VPA VPD VZAP Ground (digital) Ground (analog) +5 V Supply Voltage (analog) +5 V Supply Voltage (digital) Zener Zapping Programming Voltage NERR MA SLO SLI Error Output (active low) Clock Input Interface/SSI Data Output Interface/SSI Data Input Interface/SSI VNA NSOUT PSOUT PCOUT NCOUT VND Ground (analog) Negative Sine Output (iC-MH8 only) Positive Sine Output (iC-MH8 only) Positive Cosine Output (iC-MH8 only) Negative Cosine Output (iC-MH8 only) Ground (digital) Figure 1: Component side D1 Error Indicator LED (red) Illuminates red to indicate errors Connected to NERR pin of iC-MH D2 Voltage Supply Indicator LED (green) Illuminates green to indicate voltage supply Connected to VPD pin of iC-MH Figure 2: Top view Copyright © 2012 iC-Haus http://www.ichaus.com iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 3/12 RELATED DOCUMENTS • iC-MH Data Sheet - Specification • iC-MH GUI - GUI software for Windows PC → http://www.ichaus.de/product/iC-MH • iC-MH8 Data Sheet - Specification • iC-MH8 GUI - GUI software for Windows PC → http://www.ichaus.de/product/iC-MH8 • iC-MB3 iCSY MB3U - PC-USB ADAPTER • iC-MB4 iCSY MB4U - PC-USB ADAPTER → http://www.ichaus.de/product/MB3U → http://www.ichaus.de/product/MB4U CONNECTOR AND TERMINAL PINOUT 9-pin Sub D Connector J1 - male PIN Name Function 1 VB +12 V Supply Voltage 2 MAO + Master clock output 3 MAO Master clock output (inverted) 4 VDD +5 V Supply Voltage 5 SLO Data output (inverted) 6 GND 0 V Ground 7 SL + Slave data 8 SL Slave data (inverted) 9 SLO + Data output 9-pin Sub D Connector J2 - female PIN Name Function 1 VB +12 V Supply Voltage 2 MA + Master clock input 3 MA Master clock input (inverted) 4 VDD +5 V Supply Voltage 5 SLI Data input line (inverted) 6 GND 0 V Ground 7 SL + Slave data 8 SL Slave data (inverted) 9 SLI + Data input line iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 4/12 mh2d_schem_rev.des CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION Figure 3: Circuit diagram including optional components iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 5/12 Setup ("MH2D connected via USB Adapter - MB3U") The MH2D board features two 9-pin SUB-D connectors for serial communication. The PC-USB Adapter enables the evaluation board to be connected to a common Windows PC. Figure 4 shows the setup for a single board connected via the IN junction (J4). Figure 4: Connection of one MH1D evaluation board to MB3U adapter Settings of the jumpers are shown in detail in 5 IN OUT Board #1 USB MB3U MH2D Figure 5: Connection and jumper settings of one MH1D evaluation board to MB3U adapter Figure 6 shows another example how to use two MH1D evaluation boards at the same time. Here the IN junction (J4) of the second board is plugged on the OUT junction An external power supply (12 V - inner contact: negative pole - outer contact: positive pole) is required in case of connecting two boards. iC-MH/iC-MH8 software can be used to access the board from a Windows PC (see section "APPLICATION SOFTWARE" for more details). Note : Please install the latest USB driver before you attach the PC Adapter to the PC. Important jumper settings are explained in-depth in section "JUMPER DESCRIPTION" iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 6/12 IN OUT Board #1 IN OUT Board #2 external 12V power supply USB MB3U MH2D MH2D Figure 6: Connection and jumper settings of two MH1D evaluation boards to MB3U adapter JUMPER DESCRIPTION Communication Chain Board 1 Board 2 (optional) Information Jumper Configuration Jumper Configuration JP1 JP2 JP1 JP2 Set the board 1 as the last slave bridged bridged N/A N/A in the line Set the board 2 as the last slave open open bridged bridged in the line open open N/A N/A open open open open bridged bridged open open bridged bridged bridged briged Comments shipment setup (only one board) Adapter → Board 1 (J4) Board 1 → Board 2 (J1)1 don’t use don’t use don’t use don’t use Notes 1 ) Connect the two boards as shown in figure 6. Voltage Supply - Adapter "MB3U" Voltage Supply via board via J4 terminals2 plug3 X Component Supply iC-MH via J4 (VDD) Jumper Configuration Comments JP3 (VDD) JP4 (VB) +5 V via J4 +12 V via J4 bridged open shipment setup (no zapping possible) X X X X X X X via J4 (VB) via board terminals shortens VB terminal to J4 shortens VB terminal to J4 open open bridged don’t care bridged open don’t care bridged zapping possible zapping possible don’t use don’t use iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 7/12 Voltage Supply - Adapter "MB3A" Voltage Supply via board via J4 terminals2 plug4 none Component Supply iC-MH MB3A Jumper Configuration Comments JP3 (VDD) JP4 (VB) no voltage supply bridged open shipment setup (no zapping possible) X none via board terminals bridged don’t care Notes 2 ) Supply of +10 to +20 V required to board terminals VB and GND. 3 ) Supply voltage sourced from J4 plug out of PC adapter. 4 ) MB3A needs to be externally supplied via the MH1D evaluation board zapping possible ar y n i im prel iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION Rev A1, Page 8/12 Zapping Information Jumper Configuration Comments JP8 1-2 shipment setup VZAP to GND (0 V) (no zapping possible) VZAP to VZAP (7 V) VZAP to VPD (5 V) 2-3 open zapping possible pseudo zapping5 Notes 5 ) Zapping-command will be sent but voltage supply of 5 V isn’t sufficient to write zapping ROM. At least 6,5 V is required to successfully write zapping ROM. ASSEMBLY PART LIST Device C1, C7 C2, C9, C10, C11 C3, C4, C5, C6 C8 D1 D2 D3, D4, D7 D5, D6 J1 J2 J5 J6, J7 J8 Value (typical) 330 nF 100 nF 1 µF 10 µF LS-T670 LG-T670 BYS10-45 CP05 D-SUB9 M D-SUB9 F AKL059-02 MK 01 14 G MK 01 2 G JP1 - JP4 JP1 - JP4 JP7, JP9 JP8 R1, R2 R4, R5 R6, R7, R9 R8 U2, U3 U4 U5 SL LP1/097 2G 0Ω SL LP1/097 3G 10 kΩ 120 Ω 1 kΩ 220 Ω 75LBC179 78M05 LM317 Comment Supply backup capacitor Supply backup capacitor Supply backup capacitor Indicator LED (red) for error message Indicator LED (green) for power supply Revers protection diodes Line protection diodes Serial output connector Serial input connector Screwing terminal for power supply VB Connection to DIL28 iC-MH/iC-MH8-Adapter Connection to DIL28 iC-MH/iC-MH8-Adapter (Substrate) Jumper Jumper CAB Jumper for zapping voltage supply Pull-up Vzap / Pull-down PTE Line termination resistors Line driver for serial interface Voltage reglulator (5V) Voltage regulator (adj. to 7V) iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 9/12 APPLIACTION SOFTWARE iC-MH / iC-MH8 software for PCs running on Windows operating systems, as well as the required USB driver are available as a ZIP file. Download package: http://www.ichaus.de/MH_gui http://www.ichaus.de/MH8_gui Software overview online: http://www.ichaus.de/software Features • • • • • • Reducing evaluation and design-in time and cost Manually setting up parameters of iC-MH/iC-MH8 Saving parameter configuration into ROM Saving parameter configuration to Hex files Loading predefined configurations from Hex files Reading and displaying of sensor data Installation After unzipping the iC-MH/iC-MH8 software package MH1SO_gui_xx resp. MH1SO_gui_xxrte, the following files are located in the selected working directory. xx is a placeholder for revisions → Subfolder MH1SO_gui_xx including the executable setup.exe which starts the installation routine. → Driver packages for USB or other adapter devices. → Evaluation board description. Note: Administrator rights are required to run installations. 1. To access the iC-MH / iC-MH8 evaluation board, interface adapter drivers for USB or other adapter devices need to be installed. Before connecting the adapter to your PC the driver installation must be completed successfully. → Execute the USB_xx.exe installation package and follow the on-screen instructions. This can take a few minutes. 1.1 When using an iC-Haus USB adapter, it must be connected to the PC after the driver installation, to complete the whole driver installation procedure. 2. Install the evaluation software MH1SO by executing the setup.exe located in the subfolder MH1SO_gui_xx. → Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the installation. 3. After installation the executable MH1SO_gui_xx.exe will be available in the selected working directory. Figure 7 shows a screenshot of the evaluation software. LabView™is a trademark of National Instruments. iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 10/12 Figure 7: Evaluation software start-up window (shown for iC-MH) iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 11/12 Function Description The iC-MH / iC-MH8 software starts in the ’No Hardware’ mode. This state can be used to configure parameters without any hardware connected to save the configuration into a Hex file for later use (e. g. zapping ROM). Menu Section Button Open Save Exit Description Chip configuration I/O, Intel Hex file format (*.hex) Transfer configuration to file, Intel Hex file format (*.hex) Quit software <Mode> No Hardware MB3U MB4U Lpt-Spi Switch to no hardware to reset PC to adapter communication for use with PC-USB adapter MB3U for use with PC-USB adapter MB4U for use with PC-LPT adapter MB3A, eval board MB3D-S <Interface> Config Interface Read RAM Read ROM Read ALL Write RAM Write ROM Read ID Read Profile Serial interface settings (use AUTODETECT for slave detection) Reads in iC-MH’s current configuration (RAM to PC) Reads in ROM’s current configuration (ROM to PC) Reads the whole content (RAM, ROM, ID, Profile to PC) Transfers the displayed configuration to iC-MH RAM Transfers the displayed configuration to ROM Reads in iC-MH’s ID (address: 0x78-0x7F) Reads in iC-MH’s Profile (address: 0x42-0x43) <Extra> Enable Output Window About Displays sensor data (optical, hexadecimal, decimal, binary, degree) Additional informations <File> Upper Section Button Slave ID CYCLE READ READ SENSOR Description Switches between slaves Activates continuous sensor data read in Reads in sensor data (continuously with CYCLE READ activated) Middle Section Parameter settings. See iC-MH Data Sheet for detailed description Bottom Section Button READ RAM READ ROM READ ALL WRITE RAM WRITE ROM Description See description of Menu section See description of Menu section See description of Menu section See description of Menu section See description of Menu section For a detailed description of the parameter settings please refer to iC-MH / iC-MH8‘s Data Sheet. When moving the mouse cursor to a parameter input box, a tool tip is displayed identifying the corresponding parameter name as described in the specification. iC-MH/iC-MH8 EVAL MH2D EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION ar y n i im prel Rev A1, Page 12/12 REVISION HISTORY Rev A1 Notes Initial version Pages affected iC-Haus expressly reserves the right to change its products and/or specifications. 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