PCI-CTR05
9513-Based Counter/Timer
User's Guide
Document Revision 5, June, 2006
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Table of Contents
About this User's Guide .......................................................................................................................v
What you will learn from this user's guide .........................................................................................................v
Conventions in this user's guide........................................................................................................................................ v
Where to find more information .........................................................................................................................v
Chapter 1
Introducing the PCI-CTR05 .............................................................................................................. 1-1
Software features ............................................................................................................................................ 1-1
PCI-CTR05 block diagram ............................................................................................................................. 1-2
Chapter 2
Installing the PCI-CTR05 .................................................................................................................. 2-1
What comes with your PCI-CTR05 shipment? .............................................................................................. 2-1
Hardware ....................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Additional documentation.............................................................................................................................................. 2-1
Optional components ..................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Unpacking the PCI-CTR05............................................................................................................................. 2-2
Installing the software .................................................................................................................................... 2-2
Installing the PCI-CTR05 ............................................................................................................................... 2-2
Connecting the board for I/O operations ........................................................................................................ 2-3
Connectors, cables – main I/O connector....................................................................................................................... 2-3
Field wiring, signal termination and conditioning ......................................................................................................... 2-4
Chapter 3
Programming and software applications ....................................................................................... 3-1
Programming languages ................................................................................................................................. 3-1
Packaged application programs ...................................................................................................................... 3-1
Register-level programming ........................................................................................................................... 3-1
Chapter 4
Specifications.................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Digital input / output....................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Interrupt .......................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
Counter ........................................................................................................................................................... 4-2
Power consumption ........................................................................................................................................ 4-3
Environmental ................................................................................................................................................ 4-3
Mechanical ..................................................................................................................................................... 4-3
Main connector and pin out ............................................................................................................................ 4-3
J1 pin out ....................................................................................................................................................................... 4-4
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Preface
About this User's Guide
What you will learn from this user's guide
This user's guide explains how to install, configure, and use the PCI-CTR05 so that you get the most out of it’s
counter features. This user's guide also refers you to related documents available on our web site, and to
technical support resources.
Conventions in this user's guide
For more information on …
Text presented in a box signifies additional information and helpful hints related to the subject matter you are
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Caution! Shaded caution statements present information to help you avoid injuring yourself and others,
damaging your hardware, or losing your data.
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example:
The InstaCal installation procedure is explained in the Quick Start Guide.
Never touch the exposed pins or circuit connections on the board.
Where to find more information
The following electronic documents provide helpful information relevant to the operation of the PCI-CTR05
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MCC's Specifications: PCI-CTR05 (the PDF version of the Specifications chapter in this guide) is available
on our web site at www.mccdaq.com/pdfs/PCI-CTR05.pdf.
MCC's Quick Start Guide is available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/DAQ-Software-Quick-Start.pdf.
MCC's Guide to Signal Connections is available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/signals/signals.pdf.
MCC's Universal Library User's Guide is available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/sm-ul-user-guide.pdf.
MCC's Universal Library Function Reference is available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/sm-ul-functions.pdf.
MCC's Universal Library for LabVIEW™ User’s Guide is available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/SM-UL-LabVIEW.pdf.
PCI-CTR05 User's Guide (this document) is also available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/PCI-CTR05.pdf.
Rev 2 hardware specifications
The specifications for hardware up to revision 2 are available on our web site at www.mccdaq.com/pdfs/PCICTR05r2_spec2.pdf.
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Chapter 1
Introducing the PCI-CTR05
The PCI-CTR05 is a high-performance, low-cost counter/timer board for PCI bus-compatible computers.
The PCI-CTR05 is based on the 9513 counter/timer device. The PCI-CTR05 has one 9513 counter/timer device.
The 9513 device has five independent 16-bit counters (65,536 counts). Each counter has an input source, count
register, load register, hold register, alarm register, output, and gate associated with each counter.
The 9513 is software-programmable for event counting, pulse and frequency measurement, alarm comparisons,
and other input functions. The 9513 can generate frequencies with either complex duty cycles, or with one-shot
and continuous-output modes. You can chain up to five 9513 counters together using software to enable a 32-,
48-, 64-, or 80-bit counter that does not require hardware connections. The gate source and gating functions are
software-programmable.
An eight-bit, high-current digital output port provides logic-level control, and can be used to switch solid state
relays. An eight-bit digital input port can be used to sense contact closures and other TTL level signals. The
PCI-CTR05 also provides access to the PCI bus interrupt assigned to the board.
The PCI-CTR05 board (rev. 3 and later) is compatible with either 3.3 V or 5 V PCI signaling environments.
Compatibility with 3.3 V signaling only applies to boards at hardware revision 3 and later
Hardware revisions up to rev 2 support 5 V PCI signaling environments only.
For more information on the 9513 counter/timer, refer to the 9513 data sheet. This document is available at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/9513A.pdf.
Software features
For information on the features of InstaCal and the other software included with your PCI-CTR05, refer to the
Quick Start Guide that shipped with your device. The Quick Start Guide is also available in PDF at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/DAQ-Software-Quick-Start.pdf.
Check www.mccdaq.com/download.htm for the latest software version or versions of the software supported
under less commonly used operating systems.
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Introducing the PCI-CTR05
PCI-CTR05 block diagram
PCI-CTR05 functions are illustrated in the block diagram shown here
AMD9513 (equivalent)
16-bit counters
Counter 0
1.0/1.67/3.3/5.0 MHz
Counter 1
Counter 2
Control
Input Clock0
Gate0
Output Clock0
Input Clock1
Gate1
Output Clock1
Input Clock2
Gate2
Output Clock2
Input Clock3
Gate3
Output Clock3
Input Clock4
Gate4
Output Clock4
Counter 3
Counter 4
Controller FPGA and Logic
Output
Port
Input (7:0)
Input
Port
Control
Digital I/O
Control
Bus
Clock Select
Control
Registers
10 MHz
Oscillator
Clock
Divider
1.0/1.67/3.3/5.0 MHz
Decode/Status
Int
Ctl
EXT_INT_EN
EXT_INT
Bus
Timing
Local Bus
Boot
EEPROM
PCI
Controller
BADR1
BADR2
Interrupt
PCI Bus (5V/3.3V, Universal 32-Bit, 33 MHz)
Figure 1-1. PCI-CTR05 functional block diagram
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Clock Select
Chapter 2
Installing the PCI-CTR05
What comes with your PCI-CTR05 shipment?
As you unpack your board, make sure that the following components are included.
Hardware
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PCI-CTR05
Additional documentation
In addition to this hardware user's guide, you should also receive the Quick Start Guide (available in PDF at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/DAQ-Software-Quick-Start.pdf). This booklet supplies a brief description of
the software you received with your PCI-CTR05 and information regarding installation of that software. Please
read this booklet completely before installing any software or hardware.
Optional components
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Cables
C37FF-x
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C37FFS-x
Signal termination and conditioning accessories
MCC provides signal termination and signal conditioning products for use with the PCI-CTR05. Refer to
Field wiring, signal termination and conditioning for a complete list of compatible accessory products.
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Unpacking the PCI-CTR05
As with any electronic device, you should take care while handling to avoid damage from static
electricity. Before removing the PCI-CTR05 from its packaging, ground yourself using a wrist strap or by
simply touching the computer chassis or other grounded object to eliminate any stored static charge.
If any components are missing or damaged, notify Measurement Computing Corporation immediately by
phone, fax, or e-mail:
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Phone: 508-946-5100 and follow the instructions for reaching Tech Support.
Fax: 508-946-9500 to the attention of Tech Support
Email: techsupport@mccdaq.com
Installing the software
Refer to the Quick Start Guide for instructions on installing the software on the Measurement Computing Data
Acquisition Software CD. This booklet is available in PDF at www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/DAQ-SoftwareQuick-Start.pdf.
Installing the PCI-CTR05
The PCI-CTR05 board is completely plug-and-play. There are no switches or jumpers to set on the board.
Configuration is controlled by your system's BIOS. To install your board, follow the steps below.
Install the MCC DAQ software before you install your board
The driver needed to run your board is installed with the MCC DAQ software. Therefore, you need to install the
MCC DAQ software before you install your board. Refer to the Quick Start Guide for instructions on installing
the software.
1.
Turn your computer off, open it up, and insert your board into an available PCI slot.
2.
Close your computer and turn it on.
If you are using an operating system with support for plug-and-play (such as Windows 2000 or
Windows XP), a dialog box opens as the system loads, indicating that new hardware has been detected. If
the information file for this board is not already loaded onto your PC, you are prompted for the disk
containing this file. The Measurement Computing Data Acquisition Software CD supplied with your board
contains this file. If required, insert the disk or CD and click OK.
3.
To test your installation and configure your board, run the InstaCal utility you installed in the previous
section. Refer to the Quick Start Guide that came with your board www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/sminstallation.pdf for information on how to initially set up and load InstaCal.
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Connecting the board for I/O operations
Connectors, cables – main I/O connector
Table 2-1 lists the board connectors, applicable cables and compatible accessory boards.
Table 2-1. Board connectors, cables, accessory equipment
Connector type
37-pin shielded D-type, right angle (J1 – see Figure 2-1)
Compatible cables
C37FF-x, unshielded ribbon cable (Figure 2-2)
C37FFS-x, shielded round cable (Figure 2-3)
CIO-MINI37
CIO-MINI37-VERT
CIO-TERMINAL
SCB-37
Compatible accessory
products
Pinout – main I/O connector
The board connector is a male, 37-pin D-type connector (J1). Digital input, digital output, interrupt, and signals
from the 9513 are all accessible on this connector.
PC +5V
DIN STROBE
DIN7
DIN6
DIN5
DIN4
DIN3
DIN2
DIN1
DIN0
OSC OUT
CTR5OUT
CTR4OUT
CTR3OUT
CTR2OUT
CTR1OUT
CTR1CLK
CTR1GATE
1
2
3
4
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
33
34
35
36
37
IRQ INPUT
IRQ ENABLE
DOUT7
DOUT6
DOUT5
DOUT4
DOUT3
DOUT2
DOUT1
DOUT0
GND
CTR5GATE
CTR5CLK
CTR4GATE
CTR4CLK
CTR3GATE
CTR3CLK
CTR2GATE
CTR2CLK
J1
Figure 2-1. Board connector J1
Information on signal connections
For general information regarding digital I/O techniques, including signal conditioning and low pass filters,
refer to the Guide to Signal Connections. This document is available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/signals/signals.pdf).
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The red stripe
identifies pin # 1
1
1
20
20
37
37
19
19
Figure 2-2. C37FF-x cable
1
19
1
20
37
19
20
37
Figure 2-3. C37FFS-x cable
Field wiring, signal termination and conditioning
You can use the following MCC screw terminal boards with the PCI-CTR05 board using the C37FF-x or
C37FFS-x cable.
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SCB37 — 37-conductor, shielded signal connection/screw terminal box that provides two independent 37pin connections. Details on this product are available at
www.mccdaq.com/cbicatalog/cbiproduct.asp?dept_id=196&pf_id=1166.
CIO-MINI37 — 4 x 4, 37-pin screw terminal board. Details on this product are available at
www.mccdaq.com/cbicatalog/cbiproduct.asp?dept_id=102&pf_id=255.
CIO-MINI37-VERT — 37-pin screw terminal accessory with vertical 37-pin male D connector. Details on
this product are available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/cbicatalog/cbiproduct.asp?dept_id=102&pf_id=256.
CIO-TERMINAL — 16 X 4 universal screw terminal board with on-board prototype area and circuitry.
Details on this product are available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/cbicatalog/cbiproduct.asp?dept_id=102&pf_id=282.
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Chapter 3
Programming and software applications
Programming languages
Measurement Computing’s Universal Library™ provides access to board functions from a variety of Windows
programming languages. If you are planning to write programs, or would like to run the example programs for
Visual Basic or any other language, please refer to the Universal Library User's Guide (available on our web
site at www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/sm-ul-user-guide.pdf).
Packaged application programs
Many packaged application programs, such as SoftWIRE and HP-VEE™, now have drivers for your board. If
the package you own does not have drivers for your board, please fax or e-mail the package name and the
revision number from the install disks. We will research the package for you and advise how to obtain drivers.
Some application drivers are included with the Universal Library package, but not with the application package.
If you have purchased an application package directly from the software vendor, you may need to purchase our
Universal Library and drivers. Please contact us by phone, fax or e-mail:
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Fax: 508-946-9500 to the attention of Tech Support
Email: techsupport@mccdaq.com
Register-level programming
We recommend that you use the Universal Library or one of the packaged application programs mentioned
above for controlling your board. Only experienced programmers should attempt register level-programming.
If you must use register-level programming in your application, refer to the Register Map for the PCI-CTR05.
This document is available on our web site at www.mccdaq.com/registermaps/RegMapPCI-CTR05.pdf.
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Chapter 4
Specifications
The counter frequency sources and 3.3 V compatibility apply to hardware manufactured at
revision 3 and later
The clock input frequency sources and compatibility with a 3.3 V signaling environment that are listed in this
specification apply to hardware built at revision 3 and later.
Typical for 25 °C unless otherwise specified.
Specifications in italic text are guaranteed by design.
Digital input / output
Table 1. Digital I/O specifications
Digital type
Number of I/O
Configuration
Input high voltage
Input low voltage
Output high voltage
Output low voltage
Data transfer
Power-up / reset state
Din strobe
Din strobe pulse width high/low
Data setup to Din strobe
Data hold from Din strobe
Discrete, 5V/TTL compatible
Output: 74ACT273
Input:
74LS373
8 input, 8 output
1 bank of 8 as output, 1 bank of 8 as strobed input
2.0 V min, 7.0 V absolute max
0.8 V max, –0.5 V absolute min
3.94 volts min @ -24 mA (Vcc = 4.5 V)
0.36 volts max @ 24 mA (Vcc = 4.5 V)
Programmed I/O
Digital outputs reset to TTL low
Active low latch enable input, internally pulled high through 10 KOhm resistor
15 nS min
5 nS min
20 nS min
Interrupt
Table 2. Interrupt specifications
Number of user interrupts
PCI interrupt
Interrupt enables
Interrupt sources
One
PCI INTA# - mapped to IRQn via PCI BIOS at boot-time
External: IRQ ENABLE, active low, disabled by default through internal resistor to
TTL high) and programmable through PCI9030-AA60PI.
0 = disabled
1 = enabled (default)
External: IRQ IN, polarity programmable through PCI9030-AA60PI.
1 = active high
0 = active low (default)
IRQ IN maps to PLX 9030 LINT1.
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Specifications
Counter
Refer to the CTS9513-2 data sheet for complete 9513 specifications and operating modes. The SAVE command
for the CTS9513 device does not behave predictably when using clocks which are not synchronous with the
logic timing. The CTS9513-2 data sheet is available on our web site at
www.mccdaq.com/PDFmanuals/9513A.pdf.
Table 3. Counter specifications
Parameter
Conditions
Counter type
Configuration
Compatibility
The 9513 device is programmable for:
Clock source
9513
One 9513 device. Five up/down counters, 16-bits each.
5V/TTL
Gate:
Output:
Osc Out
Clock input frequency
X2 clock input sources
X2 clock frequency scaler
High pulse width (clock input)
Low pulse width (clock input)
Gate width high
Gate width low
Software selectable:
External:
! Counter 1-5 clock inputs
! Counter 1-5 gate inputs
Internal:
! Terminal count of previous counter
! X2 clock frequency scaler
Software selectable source:
External (default logic high):
! Active high or low level or edge, counter 1 – 5 gate input
! Active high level previous gate or next gate
! All external gate signals (CTRxGATE) individually pulled up through 10K
resistors to +5V.
Internal:
! Active high previous counter terminal count
! No gating.
Software selectable:
! Always low
! High pulse on terminal count
! Low pulse on terminal count
! Toggle on terminal count
! Inactive, high impedance at user connector counter # output.
Software selectable source:
! Counter # input
! Gate # input
! Prescaled clock source (X2 clock frequency scaler)
Software selectable divider:
! Division by 1-16
Software selectable enable:
! On or low impedance to ground.
6.8 MHz max (145 nS min period)
Software selectable:
! 1.0 MHz (10 MHz Xtal divided by 10)
! 5.0 MHz (10 MHz Xtal divided by 2)
! 3.3 MHz (33 MHz PCI clock divided by 10)
! 1.67 MHz (33 MHz PCI clock divided by 20)
BCD scaling (X2 divided by 10, 100, 1000 or 10000) or Binary scaling (X2
divided by 16, 256, 4096 or 65536)
70 ns min
70 ns min
145 ns min
145 ns min
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Parameter
Conditions
Input low voltage
Input high voltage
Output low voltage @ IIl=3.2 mA
Output high voltage @ IIH= -200 uA
Crystal oscillator frequency
Frequency accuracy
-0.5 V min, 0.8V max
2.2 V min, Vcc max
0.4 V max
2.4 V min
10 MHz
50 ppm
Power consumption
Table 4. Power consumption specifications
+5 V
+5 V available at connector
307 mA typical, 549 mA max. Does not include power consumed through the
I/O connector.
1 A max
Environmental
Table 5. Environmental specifications
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Humidity
0 to 55 °C
-20 to 70 °C
0 to 90% non-condensing
Mechanical
Table 6. Mechanical specifications
Card dimensions
Form factor
132.3 mm (L) x 106.7 mm (W) x 11.65 mm (H)
Universal PCI keying. Compatible with either 3.3 V or 5 V PCI signaling
environments.
Main connector and pin out
Main connector J1 is compatible with the CIO-CTR05 and the CIO-CTR10.
Table 7. Main connector specifications
Connector type
Compatible cables
Compatible accessory products
37 pin shielded D-type, right angle
! C37FF-x, unshielded ribbon cable
! C37FFS-x, shielded round cable
CIO-MINI37
CIO-MINI37-VERT
CIO-TERMINAL
SCB-37
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J1 pin out
Table 8. Main connector J1 pin out
Pin
1
2
3
4
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
33
34
35
36
37
Signal Name
IRQ INPUT
IRQ ENABLE
DOUT7
DOUT6
DOUT5
DOUT4
DOUT3
DOUT2
DOUT1
DOUT0
GND
CTR5GATE
CTR5CLK
CTR4GATE
CTR4CLK
CTR3GATE
CTR3CLK
CTR2GATE
CTR2CLK
PC +5V
DIN STROBE
DIN7
DIN6
DIN5
DIN4
DIN3
DIN2
DIN1
DIN0
OSC OUT
CTR5OUT
CTR4OUT
CTR3OUT
CTR2OUT
CTR1OUT
CTR1CLK
CTR1GATE
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Electrical equipment for measurement, control and laboratory use.
Measurement Computing Corporation declares under sole responsibility that the product
PCI-CTR05
EU EMC Directive 89/336/EEC: Electromagnetic Compatibility, EN55022 (1995), EN55024 (1998)
Emissions: Group 1, Class B
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EN55022 (1995): Radiated and Conducted emissions.
Immunity: EN55024
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EN61000-4-2 (1995): Electrostatic Discharge immunity, Criteria A.
EN61000-4-3 (1997): Radiated Electromagnetic Field immunity Criteria A.
EN61000-4-4 (1995): Electric Fast Transient Burst immunity Criteria A.
EN61000-4-5 (1995): Surge immunity Criteria A.
EN61000-4-6 (1996): Radio Frequency Common Mode immunity Criteria A.
EN61000-4-8 (1994): Power Frequency Magnetic Field immunity Criteria A.
EN61000-4-11 (1994): Voltage Dip and Interrupt immunity Criteria A.
Declaration of Conformity based on tests conducted by Chomerics Test Services, Woburn, MA 01801, USA in
September, 2001. Test records are outlined in Chomerics Test Report #EMI3053.01.
We hereby declare that the equipment specified conforms to the above Directives and Standards.
Carl Haapaoja, Director of Quality Assurance
Measurement Computing Corporation
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Norton, Massachusetts 02766
(508) 946-5100
Fax: (508) 946-9500
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