Six Degrees of Freedom Inertial Sensor
ADIS16364
Data Sheet
FEATURES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Triaxis digital gyroscope with digital range scaling
±75°/sec, ±150°/sec, ±300°/sec settings
Tight orthogonal alignment: <0.05°
Triaxis digital accelerometer: ±5 g
Autonomous operation and data collection
No external configuration commands required
Start-up time: 180 ms
Sleep mode recovery time: 4 ms
Factory-calibrated sensitivity, bias, and axial alignment
Calibration temperature range: −20°C to +70°C
SPI-compatible serial interface
Wide bandwidth: 330 Hz
Embedded temperature sensor
Programmable operation and control
Automatic and manual bias correction controls
Bartlett window, FIR filter length, number of taps
Digital I/O: data ready, alarm indicator, general-purpose
Alarms for condition monitoring
Sleep mode for power management
DAC output voltage
Enable external sample clock input: up to 1.2 kHz
Single-command self-test
Single-supply operation: 4.75 V to 5.25 V
2000 g shock survivability
Operating temperature range: −40°C to +105°C
The ADIS16364 iSensor® is a complete inertial system that includes
a triaxis gyroscope and triaxis accelerometer. Each sensor in the
ADIS16364 combines industry-leading iMEMS® technology with
signal conditioning that optimizes dynamic performance. The
factory calibration characterizes each sensor for sensitivity, bias,
alignment, and linear acceleration (gyro bias). As a result, each
sensor has its own dynamic compensation formulas that provide
accurate sensor measurements over a temperature range of
−20°C to +70°C.
The ADIS16364 provides a simple, cost-effective method for
integrating accurate, multiaxis inertial sensing into industrial
systems, especially when compared with the complexity and
investment associated with discrete designs. All necessary motion
testing and calibration are part of the production process at the
factory, greatly reducing system integration time. Tight orthogonal alignment simplifies inertial frame alignment in navigation
systems. An improved SPI interface and register structure provide
faster data collection and configuration control.
The ADIS16364 uses a compatible pinout and the same package
as the ADIS1635x family. Therefore, systems that currently use the
ADIS1635x family can upgrade their performance with minor
firmware adjustments in their processor designs.
This compact module is approximately 23 mm × 23 mm × 23 mm
and provides a flexible connector interface that enables multiple
mounting orientation options.
APPLICATIONS
Medical instrumentation
Robotics
Platform controls
Navigation
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
AUX_ADC
AUX_DAC
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
TRIAXIS MEMS
ANGULAR RATE
SENSOR
CS
SIGNAL
CONDITIONING
AND
CONVERSION
CALIBRATION
AND
DIGITAL
PROCESSING
OUTPUT
REGISTERS
AND SPI
INTERFACE
SCLK
DIN
DOUT
TRIAXIS MEMS
ACCELERATION
SENSOR
ALARMS
SELF-TEST
POWER
MANAGEMENT
DIGITAL
CONTROL
VCC
GND
RST DIO1 DIO2 DIO3 DIO4/
CLKIN
07906-001
ADIS16364
Figure 1.
Rev. E
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ADIS16364
Data Sheet
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1
Memory Map .............................................................................. 10
Applications ....................................................................................... 1
Burst Read Data Collection ...................................................... 11
General Description ......................................................................... 1
Output Data Registers................................................................ 11
Functional Block Diagram .............................................................. 1
Calibration................................................................................... 12
Revision History ............................................................................... 2
Operational Control................................................................... 12
Specifications..................................................................................... 3
Input/Output Functions ............................................................ 14
Timing Specifications .................................................................. 5
Diagnostics .................................................................................. 15
Timing Diagrams.......................................................................... 5
Product Identification................................................................ 16
Absolute Maximum Ratings ............................................................ 6
Applications Information .............................................................. 17
ESD Caution .................................................................................. 6
Installation/Handling................................................................. 17
Pin Configuration and Function Descriptions ............................. 7
Gyroscope Bias Optimization ................................................... 17
Typical Performance Characteristics ............................................. 8
Input ADC Channel ................................................................... 17
Theory of Operation ........................................................................ 9
Interface Printed Circuit Board (PCB) .................................... 17
Basic Operation ............................................................................ 9
Outline Dimensions ....................................................................... 18
Reading Sensor Data .................................................................... 9
Ordering Guide .......................................................................... 18
Device Configuration .................................................................. 9
REVISION HISTORY
9/12—Rev. D to Rev. E
Change to Device Configuration Section...................................... 9
2/11—Rev. C to Rev. D
Changes to Gyroscopes Misalignment and Accelerometers
Misalignment Test Conditions/Comments, Table 1 .................... 3
Changes to Table 30 and Table 31 ................................................ 16
8/10—Rev. B to Rev. C
Reorganized Layout ............................................................ Universal
Changes to Features Section............................................................ 1
Changes to Table 1 ............................................................................ 3
Changes to Table 2 ............................................................................ 5
Changes to Table 5 ............................................................................ 7
Changes to Table 7, Reading Sensor Data Section,
and Device Configuration Section ................................................. 9
Changes to Table 8 .......................................................................... 10
Changes to Burst Read Data Collection Section, Output Data
Registers Section, and Table 9 ....................................................... 11
Added Table 10, Table 11, Table 12, Table 13, and Table 14;
Renumbered Tables Sequentially.................................................. 11
Changes to Internal Sample Rate Section.................................... 12
Added Sensor Bandwidth Section and Figure 14;
Renumbered Figures Sequentially ................................................ 13
Changes to Digital Filtering Section and Table 20 ..................... 13
Changes to General-Purpose I/O Section ................................... 14
Changes to Table 26 ....................................................................... 15
Changes to Table 29 and Table 31 ................................................ 16
Added Product Identification Section ......................................... 16
Added Applications Information Section, Figure 17,
and Figure 18................................................................................... 17
Moved Input ADC Channel Section and Figure 16................... 17
3/09—Rev. A to Rev. B
Changes to Features Section ............................................................1
Changes to Figure 5 and Figure 6 ....................................................7
Changes to Figure 7 ...........................................................................8
Changes to Devices Configuration Section ...................................9
Changes to Figure 12...................................................................... 10
Changes to Output Data Registers Section ................................. 11
Changes to Internal Sample Rate Section, Power Management
Section, Digital Filtering Section, and the Dynamic Range
Section .............................................................................................. 12
3/09—Rev. 0 to Rev. A
Changes to Features Section and General Description Section ..1
Changes to Table 1.............................................................................3
Changes to Table 9.......................................................................... 11
Changes to Table 20 ....................................................................... 14
1/09—Revision 0: Initial Version
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Data Sheet
ADIS16364
SPECIFICATIONS
TA = 25°C, VCC = 5.0 V, angular rate = 0°/sec, dynamic range = ±300°/sec ± 1 g, unless otherwise noted.
Table 1.
Parameter
GYROSCOPES
Dynamic Range
Initial Sensitivity
Sensitivity Temperature Coefficient
Misalignment
Nonlinearity
Initial Bias Error
In-Run Bias Stability
Angular Random Walk
Bias Temperature Coefficient
Linear Acceleration Effect on Bias
Bias Voltage Sensitivity
Output Noise
Rate Noise Density
3 dB Bandwidth
Sensor Resonant Frequency
Self-Test Change in Output Response
ACCELEROMETERS
Dynamic Range
Initial Sensitivity
Sensitivity Temperature Coefficient
Misalignment
Nonlinearity
Initial Bias Error
In-Run Bias Stability
Velocity Random Walk
Bias Temperature Coefficient
Bias Voltage Sensitivity
Output Noise
Noise Density
3 dB Bandwidth
Sensor Resonant Frequency
Self-Test Change in Output Response
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Scale Factor
ADC INPUT
Resolution
Integral Nonlinearity
Differential Nonlinearity
Offset Error
Gain Error
Input Range
Input Capacitance
Test Conditions/Comments
Dynamic range = ±300°/sec
Dynamic range = ±150°/sec
Dynamic range = ±75°/sec
−20°C ≤ TA ≤ +70°C
Axis-to-axis
Axis-to-frame (package)
Best fit straight line
±1 σ
1 σ, SMPL_PRD = 0x0001
1 σ, SMPL_PRD = 0x0001
−20°C ≤ TA ≤ +70°C
Any axis, 1 σ (MSC_CTRL[7] = 1)
VCC = 4.75 V to 5.25 V
±300°/sec range, no filtering
f = 25 Hz, ±300°/sec range, no filtering
±300°/sec range setting
Each axis
Min
Typ
±300
0.0495
±350
0.05
0.025
0.0125
±50
±0.05
±0.5
±0.1
±3
0.007
2.0
±0.01
0.05
±0.3
0.8
0.044
330
14.5
±1400
±696
±5
0.99
−20°C ≤ TA ≤ +70°C
Axis-to-axis
Axis-to-frame (package)
Best fit straight line
±1 σ
1σ
1σ
−20°C ≤ TA ≤ +70°C
VCC = 4.75 V to 5.25 V
No filtering
No filtering
X-axis and y-axis
±5.25
1.00
50
0.2
±0.5
0.1
8
0.1
0.12
0.05
2.5
5
0.27
330
5.5
140
Output = 0x0000 at 25°C (±5°C)
±2449
1.01
Unit
°/sec
°/sec/LSB
°/sec/LSB
°/sec/LSB
ppm/°C
Degrees
Degrees
% of FS
°/sec
°/sec
°/√hr
°/sec/°C
°/sec/g
°/sec/V
°/sec rms
°/sec/√Hz rms
Hz
kHz
LSB
g
mg/LSB
ppm/°C
Degrees
Degrees
% of FS
mg
mg
m/sec/√hr
mg/°C
mg/V
mg rms
mg/√Hz rms
Hz
kHz
LSB
0.136
°C/LSB
12
±2
±1
±4
±2
Bits
LSB
LSB
LSB
LSB
V
pF
3.3
20
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0.0505
570
0
During acquisition
Max
ADIS16364
Parameter
DAC OUTPUT
Resolution
Relative Accuracy
Differential Nonlinearity
Offset Error
Gain Error
Output Range
Output Impedance
Output Settling Time
LOGIC INPUTS 1
Input High Voltage, VIH
Input Low Voltage, VIL
Data Sheet
Test Conditions/Comments
5 kΩ/100 pF to GND
Min
Typ
12
±4
±1
±5
±0.5
101 LSB ≤ input code ≤ 4095 LSB
0
3.3
2
10
2.0
0.8
0.55
CS signal to wake up from sleep mode
CS Wake-Up Pulse Width
Logic 1 Input Current, IIH
Logic 0 Input Current, IIL
All Pins Except RST
RST Pin
Input Capacitance, CIN
DIGITAL OUTPUTS1
Output High Voltage, VOH
Output Low Voltage, VOL
FLASH MEMORY
Data Retention 3
FUNCTIONAL TIMES 4
Power-On Start-Up Time
Reset Recovery Time
Sleep Mode Recovery Time
Flash Memory Test Time
Automatic Self-Test Time
CONVERSION RATE
Clock Accuracy
Sync Input Clock 5
POWER SUPPLY
Power Supply Current
Max
20
VIH = 3.3 V
VIL = 0 V
ISOURCE = 1.6 mA
ISINK = 1.6 mA
Endurance 2
TJ = 85°C
Time until data is available
Normal mode, SMPL_PRD ≤ 0x09
Low power mode, SMPL_PRD ≥ 0x0A
Normal mode, SMPL_PRD ≤ 0x09
Low power mode, SMPL_PRD ≥ 0x0A
Normal mode, SMPL_PRD ≤ 0x09
Low power mode, SMPL_PRD ≥ 0x0A
Normal mode, SMPL_PRD ≤ 0x09
Low power mode, SMPL_PRD ≥ 0x0A
SMPL_PRD = 0x0001
SMPL_PRD = 0x0001 to 0x00FF
Operating voltage range, VCC
Low power mode
Normal mode
Sleep mode
1
±0.2
±10
40
1
10
60
2.4
0.4
10,000
20
180
250
60
130
4
9
17
90
12
0.413
0.8
4.75
5.0
24
49
500
819.2
±3
1.2
5.25
Unit
Bits
LSB
LSB
mV
%
V
Ω
µs
V
V
V
µs
µA
μA
mA
pF
V
V
Cycles
Years
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
SPS
%
kHz
V
mA
mA
µA
The digital I/O signals are driven by an internal 3.3 V supply, and the inputs are 5 V tolerant.
Endurance is qualified as per JEDEC Standard 22, Method A117, and measured at −40°C, +25°C, +85°C, and +125°C.
3
The data retention lifetime equivalent is at a junction temperature (TJ) of 85°C as per JEDEC Standard 22, Method A117. Data retention lifetime decreases with junction
temperature.
4
These times do not include thermal settling and internal filter response times (330 Hz bandwidth), which may affect overall accuracy.
5
The sync input clock functions below the specified minimum value, at reduced performance levels.
2
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Data Sheet
ADIS16364
TIMING SPECIFICATIONS
TA = 25°C, VCC = 5 V, unless otherwise noted.
Table 2.
Parameter
fSCLK
tSTALL
tREADRATE
t
tDAV
tDSU
tDHD
tSCLKR, tSCLKF
tDR, tDF
tSFS
t1
tx
t2
t3
CS
1
Normal Mode
(SMPL_PRD ≤ 0x09)
Min 1
Typ
Max
0.01
2.0
9
40
48.8
100
24.4
48.8
5
12.5
5
12.5
5
5
100
600
833
Description
Serial clock
Stall period between data
Read rate
Chip select to SCLK edge
DOUT valid after SCLK edge
DIN setup time before SCLK rising edge
DIN hold time after SCLK rising edge
SCLK rise/fall times
DOUT rise/fall times
CS high after SCLK edge
Input sync positive pulse width
Input sync low time
Input sync to data ready output
Input sync period
Low Power Mode
(SMPL_PRD ≥ 0x0A)
Min1
Typ
Max
0.01
0.3
75
100
48.8
100
24.4
48.8
5
12.5
5
12.5
5
Min1
0.01
1/fSCLK
Burst Read
Typ
Max
1.0
48.8
100
24.4
48.8
5
5
12.5
12.5
5
5
100
600
833
Guaranteed by design and characterization, but not tested in production.
TIMING DIAGRAMS
CS
tCS
tSFS
1
2
3
4
5
6
15
16
SCLK
tDAV
MSB
DB14
DB13
tDSU
DIN
R/W
A6
DB12
DB11
A4
A3
DB10
DB2
DB1
LSB
tDHD
A5
D2
A2
D1
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DOUT
LSB
Figure 2. SPI Timing and Sequence
tREADRATE
tSTALL
07906-003
CS
SCLK
Figure 3. Stall Time and Data Rate
t3
t2
t1
tX
07906-004
SYNC
CLOCK (DIO4)
DATA
READY
Figure 4. Input Clock Timing Diagram
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Unit
MHz
µs
µs
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
µs
µs
µs
µs
ADIS16364
Data Sheet
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Table 3.
Parameter
Acceleration
Any Axis, Unpowered
Any Axis, Powered
VCC to GND
Digital Input Voltage to GND
Digital Output Voltage to GND
Analog Input to GND
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
1
Stresses above those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings
may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress
rating only; functional operation of the device at these or any
other conditions above those indicated in the operational
section of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect
device reliability.
Rating
2000 g
2000 g
−0.3 V to +6.0 V
−0.3 V to +5.3 V
−0.3 V to VCC + 0.3 V
−0.3 V to +3.6 V
−40°C to +105°C
−65°C to +125°C1, 2
Table 4. Package Characteristics
Package Type
24-Lead Module
(ML-24-2)
Extended exposure to temperatures outside the specified temperature
range of −40°C to +105°C can adversely affect the accuracy of the factory
calibration. For best accuracy, store the parts within the specified operating
range of −40°C to +105°C.
2
Although the device is capable of withstanding short-term exposure to
150°C, long-term exposure threatens internal mechanical integrity.
ESD CAUTION
Rev. E | Page 6 of 20
θJA
39.8°C/W
θJC
14.2°C/W
Device Weight
16 grams
Data Sheet
ADIS16364
PIN CONFIGURATION AND FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
DIN
DIO1
DIO2
VCC
GND
GND
DNC
DNC
AUX_ADC
DNC
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
DOUT
CS
VCC
GND
DNC
DNC
AUX_DAC
DNC
DNC
VCC
SCLK
3
RST
DIO3
1
DIO4/CLKIN
TOP VIEW
(Not to Scale)
NOTES
1. THIS REPRESENTATION DISPLAYS THE TOP VIEW PINOUT
FOR THE MATING SOCKET CONNECTOR.
2. THE ACTUAL CONNECTOR PINS ARE NOT VISIBLE FROM
THE TOP VIEW.
3. MATING CONNECTOR: SAMTEC CLM-112-02 OR EQUIVALENT.
4. DNC = DO NOT CONNECT.
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ADIS16364
Figure 5. Pin Configuration
Z-AXIS
aZ
gZ
Y-AXIS
X-AXIS
aY
aX
gY
gX
PIN 23
ORIGIN ALIGNMENT REFERENCE POINT
SEE MSC_CTRL[6].
NOTES
1. ACCELERATION (aX, aY, aZ) AND ROTATIONAL (gX, gY, gZ) ARROWS
INDICATE THE DIRECTION OF MOTION THAT PRODUCES
A POSITIVE OUTPUT.
07906-006
PIN 1
Figure 6. Axial Orientation
Table 5. Pin Function Descriptions
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7, 9
8
10, 11, 12
13, 14, 15
16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24
20
21
1
Mnemonic
DIO3
DIO4/CLKIN
SCLK
DOUT
DIN
CS
DIO1, DIO2
RST
VCC
GND
DNC
AUX_DAC
AUX_ADC
Type 1
I/O
I/O
I
O
I
I
I/O
I
S
S
N/A
O
I
Description
Configurable Digital Input/Output.
Configurable Digital Input/Output or Sync Clock Input.
SPI Serial Clock.
SPI Data Output. Clocks output on SCLK falling edge.
SPI Data Input. Clocks input on SCLK rising edge.
SPI Chip Select.
Configurable Digital Input/Output.
Reset.
Power Supply.
Power Ground.
Do Not Connect.
Auxiliary, 12-Bit DAC Output.
Auxiliary, 12-Bit ADC Input.
I/O is input/output, I is input, O is output, S is supply, N/A is not applicable.
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ADIS16364
Data Sheet
TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
+1σ
0.01
MEAN
–1σ
0.001
0.1
1
10
100
Tau (Seconds)
1k
10k
Figure 7. Gyroscope Allan Variance
+1σ
MEAN
0.0001
–1σ
0.00001
0.1
1
10
100
1k
Tau (Seconds)
Figure 8. Accelerometer Allan Variance
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10k
07906-008
ROOT ALLAN VARIANCE (g)
0.001
07906-007
ROOT ALLAN VARIANCE (°/sec)
0.1
Data Sheet
ADIS16364
THEORY OF OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
I/O LINES ARE COMPATIBLE WITH
3.3V OR 5V LOGIC LEVELS
15
10
6
CS
SCLK
3
SCLK
MOSI
5
DIN
MISO
4
DOUT
IRQ
7
DIO1
12
15
Function
Slave select
Serial clock
Master output, slave input
Master input, slave output
Interrupt request
6
5
4
3
Description
The ADIS16364 operates as a slave
Normal mode, SMPL_PRD[7:0] ≤ 0x09
CPOL = 1 (polarity), CPHA = 1 (phase)
Bit sequence
Shift register/data length
CS
SCLK
D15
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
DC7
DC6
DC5
DC4
DC3
DC2
DC1
DC0
D14
D13
D12
D11
D10
D9
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
NOTES
1. THE DOUT BIT PATTERN REFLECTS THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THE REGISTER IDENTIFIED BY [A6:A0]
IN THE PREVIOUS 16-BIT DIN SEQUENCE WHEN R/W = 0.
2. IF R/W = 1 DURING THE PREVIOUS SEQUENCE, DOUT IS NOT DEFINED.
Figure 11. SPI Communication Bit Sequence
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R/W
D15
A6
A5
D14
D13
07906-011
DOUT
R/W
1
0
LOWER BYTE
For burst read, SCLK rate ≤ 1 MHz. For low power mode, SCLK rate ≤ 300 kHz.
DIN
2
The master processor initiates the backup function by setting
GLOB_CMD[3] = 1 (DIN = 0xBE08). This command copies
the user registers into their assigned flash memory locations
and requires the power supply to stay within its normal operating
range for the entire 50 ms process. The FLASH_CNT register
provides a running count of these events for monitoring the
long-term reliability of the flash memory.
Table 7. Generic Master Processor SPI Settings
1
7
The user register memory map (see Table 8) identifies configuration registers as either read/write or write only. Configuration
commands also use the bit sequence shown in Figure 11. If the
MSB = 1, the last eight bits (DC7 to DC0) in the DIN sequence
are loaded into the memory address associated with the address
bits (A6 to A0). For example, if DIN = 0xA11F, 0x1F is loaded
into Address 0x21 (XACCL_OFF, upper byte) at the conclusion
of the data frame.
Table 6. Generic Master Processor Pin Names and Functions
Processor Setting
Master
SCLK Rate ≤ 2 MHz1
SPI Mode 3
MSB First Mode
16-Bit Mode
8
DEVICE CONFIGURATION
Figure 9. Electrical Connection Diagram
Pin Name
SS
SCLK
MOSI
MISO
IRQ
9
The SPI operates in full-duplex mode, which means that the master
processor can read the output data from DOUT while using the
same SCLK pulses to transmit the next target address on DIN.
07906-009
14
10
Although the ADIS16364 produces data independently, it
operates as a SPI slave device that communicates with system
(master) processors using the 16-bit segments displayed in
Figure 11. Individual register reads require two of these 16-bit
sequences. The first 16-bit sequence contains the read command
bit (R/W = 0) and the target register address (A6 to A0); the last
eight bits are “don’t care” bits when requesting a read. The second
16-bit sequence transmits the register contents (D15 to D0) on
the DOUT line. For example, if DIN = 0x0A00, the contents of
the XACCL_OUT register are shifted out on the DOUT line
during the next 16-bit sequence.
SPI SLAVE
13
11
READING SENSOR DATA
ADIS16364
SS
12
Figure 10. Generic Register Bit Assignments
5V
11
13
UPPER BYTE
VDD
SYSTEM
PROCESSOR
SPI MASTER
14
07906-010
The user registers provide addressing for all input/output
operations on the SPI interface. Each 16-bit register has two
7-bit addresses: one for its upper byte and one for its lower
byte. Table 8 lists the lower byte address for each register, and
Figure 10 shows the generic bit assignments.
The ADIS16364 is an autonomous sensor system that starts up
after it has a valid power supply voltage and begins producing
inertial measurement data at the factory default sample rate
setting of 819.2 SPS. After each sample cycle, the sensor data is
loaded into the output registers, and DIO1 pulses high, which
provides a new data ready control signal for driving system-level
interrupt service routines. In a typical system, a master processor
accesses the output data registers through the SPI interface, using
the connection diagram shown in Figure 9. Table 6 provides a
generic functional description for each pin on the master processor. Table 7 describes the typical master processor settings
that are normally found in a configuration register and used for
communicating with the ADIS16364.
ADIS16364
Data Sheet
MEMORY MAP
Table 8. User Register Memory Map
Name
FLASH_CNT
SUPPLY_OUT
XGYRO_OUT
YGYRO_OUT
ZGYRO_OUT
XACCL_OUT
YACCL_OUT
ZACCL_OUT
XTEMP_OUT
YTEMP_OUT
ZTEMP_OUT
AUX_ADC
Reserved
XGYRO_OFF
YGYRO_OFF
ZGYRO_OFF
XACCL_OFF
YACCL_OFF
ZACCL_OFF
ALM_MAG1
ALM_MAG2
ALM_SMPL1
ALM_SMPL2
ALM_CTRL
AUX_DAC
GPIO_CTRL
MSC_CTRL
SMPL_PRD
SENS_AVG
SLP_CNT
DIAG_STAT
GLOB_CMD
Reserved
LOT_ID1
LOT_ID2
PROD_ID
SERIAL_NUM
1
User Access
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
N/A
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Read/write
Write only
Read only
Write only
N/A
Read only
Read only
Read only
Read only
Flash Backup
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Address 1
0x00
0x02
0x04
0x06
0x08
0x0A
0x0C
0x0E
0x10
0x12
0x14
0x16
0x18
0x1A
0x1C
0x1E
0x20
0x22
0x24
0x26
0x28
0x2A
0x2C
0x2E
0x30
0x32
0x34
0x36
0x38
0x3A
0x3C
0x3E
0x40 to 0x51
0x52
0x54
0x56
0x58
Default
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
0x0006
0x0001
0x0402
0x0000
0x0000
0x0000
N/A
N/A
N/A
0x3FEC
N/A
Register Description
Flash memory write count
Power supply measurement
X-axis gyroscope output
Y-axis gyroscope output
Z-axis gyroscope output
X-axis accelerometer output
Y-axis accelerometer output
Z-axis accelerometer output
X-axis gyroscope temperature output
Y-axis gyroscope temperature output
Z-axis gyroscope temperature output
Auxiliary ADC output
Reserved
X-axis gyroscope bias offset factor
Y-axis gyroscope bias offset factor
Z-axis gyroscope bias offset factor
X-axis acceleration bias offset factor
Y-axis acceleration bias offset factor
Z-axis acceleration bias offset factor
Alarm 1 amplitude threshold
Alarm 2 amplitude threshold
Alarm 1 sample size
Alarm 2 sample size
Alarm control
Auxiliary DAC data
Auxiliary digital input/output control
Data ready, self-test, miscellaneous
Internal sample period (rate) control
Dynamic range and digital filter control
Sleep mode control
System status
System commands
Reserved
Lot Identification Code 1
Lot Identification Code 2
Product identification, ADIS16364
Serial number
Bit Function
N/A
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
See Table 9
N/A
See Table 15
See Table 15
See Table 15
See Table 16
See Table 16
See Table 16
See Table 27
See Table 27
See Table 28
See Table 28
See Table 29
See Table 23
See Table 21
See Table 22
See Table 18
See Table 20
See Table 19
See Table 26
See Table 17
N/A
See Table 32
See Table 32
See Table 32
See Table 32
Each register contains two bytes. The address of the lower byte is displayed. The address of the upper byte is equal to the address of the lower byte plus 1.
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Data Sheet
ADIS16364
BURST READ DATA COLLECTION
Burst read data collection is a process-efficient method for
collecting data from the ADIS16364. In a burst read, all output
data registers are clocked out on DOUT, 16 bits at a time, in
sequential data cycles (each separated by one SCLK period). To
start a burst read sequence, set DIN = 0x3E00. The contents of
each output data register are then shifted out on DOUT, starting
with SUPPLY_OUT and ending with AUX_ADC (see Figure 13)
in order by address (see Table 8).
OUTPUT DATA REGISTERS
Each output data register uses the format in Figure 12 and Table 9.
Figure 6 shows the positive direction for each inertial sensor. The
ND bit is equal to 1 when the register contains unread data. The
EA bit is high when any error/alarm flag in the DIAG_STAT
register is equal to 1.
MSB FOR 12-BIT OUTPUT
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ND EA
Figure 12. Output Data Register Bit Assignments
Table 11. Rotation Rate, Twos Complement Format
Rotation Rate
+300°/sec
+0.1°/sec
+0.05°/sec
0°/sec
−0.05°/sec
−0.1°/sec
−300°/sec
Decimal
+6000 LSB
+2 LSB
+1 LSB
0 LSB
−1 LSB
−2 LSB
−6000 LSB
Hex
0x1770
0x0002
0x0001
0x0000
0x3FFF
0x3FFE
0x2890
Binary
XX01 0111 0111 0000
XX00 0000 0000 0010
XX00 0000 0000 0001
XX00 0000 0000 0000
XX11 1111 1111 1111
XX11 1111 1111 1110
XX10 1000 1001 0000
Table 12. Acceleration, Twos Complement Format
Acceleration
+5 g
+2 mg
+1 mg
0g
−1 mg
−2 mg
−5 g
Decimal
+5000 LSB
+2 LSB
+1 LSB
0 LSB
−1 LSB
−2 LSB
−5000 LSB
Hex
0x1388
0x0002
0x0001
0x0000
0x3FFF
0x3FFE
0x2C78
Binary
XX01 0011 1000 1000
XX00 0000 0000 0010
XX00 0000 0000 0001
XX00 0000 0000 0000
XX11 1111 1111 1111
XX11 1111 1111 1110
XX10 1100 0111 1000
Table 9. Output Data Register Formats
Register
SUPPLY_OUT
XGYRO_OUT1
YGYRO_OUT1
ZGYRO_OUT1
XACCL_OUT
YACCL_OUT
ZACCL_OUT
XTEMP_OUT2
YTEMP_OUT2
ZTEMP_OUT2
AUX_ADC
Bits
12
14
14
14
14
14
14
12
12
12
12
Scale
2.418 mV
0.05°/sec
0.05°/sec
0.05°/sec
1 mg
1 mg
1 mg
0.136°C
0.136°C
0.136°C
805.8 µV
Table 13. Temperature, Twos Complement Format
Reference
See Table 10
See Table 11
See Table 11
See Table 11
See Table 12
See Table 12
See Table 12
See Table 13
See Table 13
See Table 13
See Table 14
Temperature
+105°C
+85°C
+25.272°C
+25.136°C
+25°C
+24.864°C
+24.728°C
−40°C
Assumes that the scaling is set to ±300°/sec. This factor scales with the range.
2
0x0000 = 25°C (±5°C).
Table 10. Power Supply, Offset Binary Format
CS
Decimal
2171 LSB
2069 LSB
2068 LSB
2067 LSB
1964 LSB
Hex
0x87B
0x815
0x814
0x813
0x7AC
1
Binary
XXXX 1000 0111 1011
XXXX 1000 0001 0101
XXXX 1000 0001 0100
XXXX 1000 0001 0011
XXXX 0111 1010 1100
2
Hex
0x24C
0x1B9
0x002
0x001
0x000
0xFFF
0xFFE
0xE22
Binary
XXXX 0010 0100 1100
XXXX 0001 1011 1001
XXXX 0000 0000 0010
XXXX 0000 0000 0001
XXXX 0000 0000 0000
XXXX 1111 1111 1111
XXXX 1111 1111 1110
XXXX 1110 0010 0010
Table 14. Analog Input, Offset Binary Format
1
Supply Voltage
5.25 V
5.002418 V
5V
4.997582 V
4.75 V
Decimal
+588 LSB
+441 LSB
+2 LSB
+1 LSB
0 LSB
−1 LSB
−2 LSB
−478 LSB
Input Voltage
3.3 V
1V
1.6116 mV
805.8 µV
0V
Decimal
4095 LSB
1241 LSB
2 LSB
1 LSB
0 LSB
3
4
5
XGYRO_OUT
YGYRO_OUT
ZGYRO_OUT
Hex
0xFFF
0x4D9
0x002
0x001
0x000
Binary
XXXX 1111 1111 1111
XXXX 0100 1101 1001
XXXX 0000 0000 0010
XXXX 0000 0000 0001
XXXX 0000 0000 0000
12
SCLK
DOUT
0x3E00
PREVIOUS
DON’T CARE
SUPPLY_OUT
AUX_ADC
NOTES
1. THE DOUT LINE HAS BEEN SIMPLIFIED FOR SPACE CONSTRAINTS BUT, IDEALLY, SHOULD INCLUDE ALL REGISTERS FROM SUPPLY_OUT
THROUGH AUX_ADC.
Figure 13. Burst Read Sequence
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DIN
ADIS16364
Data Sheet
CALIBRATION
OPERATIONAL CONTROL
Manual Bias Calibration
Global Commands
The bias offset registers in Table 15 and Table 16 provide a
manual adjustment function for the output of each sensor. For
example, if XGYRO_OFF = 0x1FF6 (DIN = 0x9B1F, 0x9AF6),
the XGYRO_OUT offset shifts by −10 LSBs, or −0.125°/sec.
The GLOB_CMD register provides trigger bits for several useful functions. Setting the assigned bit to 1 starts each operation,
which returns the bit to 0 after completion. For example, set
GLOB_CMD[7] = 1 (DIN = 0xBE80) to execute a software reset,
which stops the sensor operation and runs the device through
its start-up sequence. This sequence includes loading the control
registers with the data in their respective flash memory locations
prior to producing new data. Reading the GLOB_CMD register
(DIN = 0x3E00) starts the burst read sequence.
Table 15. XGYRO_OFF, YGYRO_OFF, ZGYRO_OFF
Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15:13]
[12:0]
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Not used.
Data bits. Twos complement, 0.0125°/sec per LSB.
Typical adjustment range = ±50°/sec.
Table 17. GLOB_CMD Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15:8]
[7]
[6:5]
[4]
[3]
Table 16. XACCL_OFF, YACCL_OFF, ZACCL_OFF
Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15:12]
[11:0]
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Not used.
Data bits. Twos complement, 1 mg/LSB.
Typical adjustment range = ±2 g.
Gyroscope Automatic Bias Null Calibration
Set GLOB_CMD[0] = 1 (DIN = 0xBE01) to execute the automatic bias null calibration function. This function measures all
three gyroscope output registers and then loads each gyroscope
offset register with the opposite value to provide a quick bias
calibration. All sensor data is then reset to 0, and the flash
memory is updated automatically within 50 ms (see Table 17).
Gyroscope Precision Automatic Bias Null Calibration
Set GLOB_CMD[4] = 1 (DIN = 0xBE10) to execute the precision
automatic bias null calibration function. This function takes the
sensor offline for 30 sec while it collects a set of data and calculates
more accurate bias correction factors for each gyroscope. After
this function is executed, the newly calculated correction factor
is loaded into the gyroscope offset registers, all sensor data is
reset to 0, and the flash memory is updated automatically within
50 ms (see Table 17).
[2]
[1]
[0]
Internal Sample Rate
The SMPL_PRD register provides discrete sample period settings
using the bit assignments in Table 18 and the following equation:
tS = tB × (NS + 1)
To calculate the internal sample rate, divide 1 by the sample
period (tS). For example, when SMPL_PRD[7:0] = 0x0A, the
sample rate is 149 SPS.
Table 18. SMPL_PRD Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15:8]
[7]
[6:0]
Restoring Factory Calibration
Set GLOB_CMD[1] = 1 (DIN = 0xBE02) to execute the factory
calibration restore function. This function resets each user calibration register to 0x0000 (see Table 15 and Table 16), resets all
sensor data to 0, and automatically updates the flash memory
within 50 ms (see Table 17).
Linear Acceleration Bias Compensation (Gyroscope)
Set MSC_CTRL[7] = 1 (DIN = 0xB486) to enable correction for
low frequency acceleration influences on gyroscope bias. The
DIN sequence also preserves the factory default condition for
the data ready function (see Table 22).
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Not used
Software reset command
Not used
Precision autonull command
Flash update command (see the Device Configuration
section)
Auxiliary DAC data latch (see the Auxiliary DAC section)
Factory calibration restore command
Autonull command
Description (Default = 0x0001)
Not used
Time base (tB)
0 = 0.61035 ms, 1 = 18.921 ms
Increment setting (NS)
Internal sample period = tS = tB × (NS + 1)
The default sample rate setting of 819.2 SPS preserves the sensor
bandwidth and provides optimal performance. For systems that
value slower sample rates, keep the internal sample rate at
819.2 SPS. Use the programmable filter (SENS_AVG) to reduce
the bandwidth, which helps to prevent aliasing. The data ready
function (MSC_CTRL) can drive an interrupt routine that uses
a counter to help ensure data coherence at the reduced rates.
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Data Sheet
ADIS16364
Power Management
0
–20
–40
MAGNITUDE (dB)
0.1
1
Figure 15. Bartlett Window, FIR Filter Frequency Response
(Phase Delay = N Samples)
Dynamic Range
The signal chain for each MEMS sensor has several filter stages,
which shape their frequency response. Figure 14 provides a
block diagram for both gyroscope and accelerometer signal
paths. Table 20 provides additional information for digital filter
configuration.
N
N
N
N
The SENS_AVG[10:8] bits provide three dynamic range settings
for this gyroscope. The lower dynamic range settings (±75°/sec
and ±150°/sec) limit the minimum filter tap sizes to maintain
resolution. For example, set SENS_AVG[10:8] = 010 (DIN =
0xB902) for a measurement range of ±150°/sec. Because this
setting can influence the filter settings, program SENS_AVG[10:8]
and then SENS_AVG[2:0] if more filtering is required.
Table 20. SENS_AVG Bit Descriptions
LPF
757Hz
LPF
330Hz
N = 2m
m = SENS_AVG[2:0]
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ACCELERATION
SENSOR
0.01
FREQUENCY (f/fS)
Sensor Bandwidth
LPF
404Hz
N=2
N=4
N = 16
N = 64
–120
–140
0.001
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Not used
Indefinite sleep mode; set to 1
Programmable sleep time bits, 0.5 sec/LSB
FROM
GYROSCOPE
SENSOR
–80
–100
Table 19. SLP_CNT Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15:9]
[8]
[7:0]
–60
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Setting SMPL_PRD ≥ 0x0A also sets the sensor to low power
mode. For systems that require lower power dissipation, insystem characterization helps users to quantify the associated
performance trade-offs. In addition to sensor performance, this
mode affects SPI data rates (see Table 2). Set SLP_CNT[8] = 1
(DIN = 0xBB01) to start the indefinite sleep mode, which
requires a CS assertion (high to low), reset, or power cycle to
wake up. Use SLP_CNT[7:0] to put the device into sleep mode
for a specified period. For example, SLP_CNT[7:0] = 0x64
(DIN = 0xBA64) puts the ADIS16364 to sleep for 50 sec.
Bits
[15:11]
[10:8]
Figure 14. MEMS Analog and Digital Filters
Digital Filtering
The N blocks in Figure 14 are part of the programmable low-pass
filter, which provides additional noise reduction on the inertial
sensor outputs. This filter contains two cascaded averaging filters
that provide a Bartlett window, FIR filter response (see Figure
15). For example, set SENS_AVG[2:0] = 100 (DIN = 0xB804) to
set each stage to 16 taps. When used with the default sample
rate of 819.2 SPS, this value reduces the sensor bandwidth to
approxi-mately 16 Hz.
[7:3]
[2:0]
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Description (Default = 0x0402)
Not used
Measurement range (sensitivity) selection
100 = ±300°/sec (default condition)
010 = ±150°/sec, filter taps ≥ 4 (Bits[2:0] ≥ 0x02)
001 = ±75°/sec, filter taps ≥ 16 (Bits[2:0] ≥ 0x04)
Not used
Number of taps in each stage; value of m in N = 2m
ADIS16364
Data Sheet
INPUT/OUTPUT FUNCTIONS
Table 22. MSC_CTRL Bit Descriptions
General-Purpose I/O
Bits
[15:12]
[11]
DIO1, DIO2, DIO3, and DIO4 are configurable, general-purpose
I/O lines that serve multiple purposes according to the following control register priority: MSC_CTRL, ALM_CTRL, and
GPIO_CTRL. For example, set GPIO_CTRL = 0x080C (DIN =
0xB308, and then 0xB20C) to configure DIO1 and DIO2 as
inputs and DIO3 and DIO4 as outputs, with DIO3 set low and
DIO4 set high.
[10]
[9]
[8]
In this configuration, read GPIO_CTRL (DIN = 0x3200). The
digital state of DIO1 and DIO2 is in GPIO_CTRL[9:8].
[7]
Table 21. GPIO_CTRL Bit Descriptions
[6]
Bits
[15:12]
[11]
[10]
[9]
[8]
[7:4]
[3]
[2]
[1]
[0]
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Not used
General-Purpose I/O Line 4 (DIO4) data level
General-Purpose I/O Line 3 (DIO3) data level
General-Purpose I/O Line 2 (DIO2) data level
General-Purpose I/O Line 1 (DIO1) data level
Not used
General-Purpose I/O Line 4 (DIO4) direction control
(1 = output, 0 = input)
General-Purpose I/O Line 3 (DIO3) direction control
(1 = output, 0 = input)
General-Purpose I/O Line 2 (DIO2) direction control
(1 = output, 0 = input)
General-Purpose I/O Line 1 (DIO1) direction control
(1 = output, 0 = input)
Input Clock Configuration
The input clock function allows for external control of sampling
in the ADIS16364. Set GPIO_CTRL[3] = 0 (DIN = 0xB200) and
SMPL_PRD[7:0] = 0x00 (DIN = 0xB600) to enable this function.
See Table 2 and Figure 4 for timing information.
Data Ready I/O Indicator
The factory default sets DIO1 as a positive data ready indicator
signal. The MSC_CTRL[2:0] bits provide configuration options
for changing the default. For example, set MSC_CTRL[2:0] =
100 (DIN = 0xB404) to change the polarity of the data ready
signal on DIO1 for interrupt inputs that require negative logic
inputs for activation. The pulse width is between 100 µs and
200 µs over all conditions.
[5:3]
[2]
[1]
[0]
Description (Default = 0x0006)
Not used
Memory test (cleared upon completion)
(1 = enabled, 0 = disabled)
Internal self-test enable (cleared upon completion)
(1 = enabled, 0 = disabled)
Manual self-test, negative stimulus
(1 = enabled, 0 = disabled)
Manual self-test, positive stimulus
(1 = enabled, 0 = disabled)
Linear acceleration bias compensation for gyroscopes
(1 = enabled, 0 = disabled)
Linear accelerometer origin alignment
(1 = enabled, 0 = disabled)
Not used
Data ready enable (1 = enabled, 0 = disabled)
Data ready polarity (1 = active high, 0 = active low)
Data ready line select (1 = DIO2, 0 = DIO1)
Auxiliary DAC
The 12-bit AUX_DAC line can drive its output to within 5 mV
of the ground reference when it is not sinking current. As the
output approaches 0 V, the linearity begins to degrade (~100 LSB
starting point). As the sink current increases, the nonlinear range
increases. The DAC latch command moves the values of the
AUX_DAC register into the DAC input register, enabling both
bytes to take effect at the same time.
Table 23. AUX_DAC Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15:12]
[11:0]
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Not used
Data bits, scale factor = 0.8059 mV/LSB
Offset binary format, 0 V = 0 LSB
Table 24. Setting AUX_DAC = 1 V
DIN
0xB0D9
0xB104
0xBE04
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Description
AUX_DAC[7:0] = 0xD9 (217 LSB).
AUX_DAC[15:8] = 0x04 (1024 LSB).
GLOB_CMD[2] = 1.
Move values into the DAC input register, resulting in
a 1 V output level.
Data Sheet
ADIS16364
DIAGNOSTICS
Memory Test
Self-Test
Setting MSC_CTRL[11] = 1 (DIN = 0xB508) performs a checksum verification of the flash memory locations. The pass/fail
result is loaded into DIAG_STAT[6].
The self-test function allows the user to verify the mechanical
integrity of each MEMS sensor. It applies an electrostatic force
to each sensor element, which results in mechanical displacement that simulates a response to actual motion. Table 1 lists
the expected response for each sensor and provides pass/fail
criteria.
Set MSC_CTRL[10] = 1 (DIN = 0xB504) to run the internal
self-test routine, which exercises all inertial sensors, measures
each response, makes pass/fail decisions, and reports them to
error flags in the DIAG_STAT register. MSC_CTRL[10] resets
itself to 0 after completing the routine. The MSC_CTRL[9:8] bits
provide manual control over the self-test function for investigation of potential failures. Table 25 outlines an example test flow
for using this option to verify the x-axis gyroscope function.
Table 25. Manual Self-Test Example Sequence
DIN
0xB601
0xB904
0xB802
0x0400
0xB502
0x0400
0xB501
0x0400
0xB500
Description
SMPL_PRD[7:0] = 0x01, sample rate = 819.2 SPS.
SENS_AVG[15:8] = 0x04, gyro range = ±300°/sec.
SENS_AVG[7:0] = 0x02, four-tap averaging filter.
Delay = 50 ms.
Read XGYRO_OUT.
MSC_CTRL[9:8] = 10, gyroscope negative self-test.
Delay = 50 ms.
Read XGYRO_OUT.
Determine whether the bias in the gyroscope
output changed according to the self-test response
specified in Table 1.
MSC_CTRL[9:8] = 01, gyroscope/accelerometer
positive self-test.
Delay = 50 ms.
Read XGYRO_OUT.
Determine whether the bias in the gyroscope
output changed according to the self-test response
specified in Table 1.
MSC_CTRL[15:8] = 0x00.
Status
The error flags provide indicator functions for common
system level issues. All of the flags are cleared (set to 0) after
each DIAG_STAT register read cycle. If an error condition
remains, the error flag returns to 1 during the next sample
cycle. The DIAG_STAT[1:0] bits do not require a read of this
register to return to 0. If the power supply voltage goes back
into range, these two flags are cleared automatically.
Table 26. DIAG_STAT Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15]
[14]
[13]
[12]
[11]
[10]
[9]
[8]
[7]
[6]
[5]
[4]
[3]
[2]
[1]
[0]
Zero motion provides results that are more reliable. The settings in Table 25 are flexible and allow for optimization around
speed and noise influence. For example, using fewer filtering
taps decreases delay times but increases the possibility of noise
influence.
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Description (Default = 0x0000)
Z-axis accelerometer self-test failure (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
Y-axis accelerometer self-test failure (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
X-axis accelerometer self-test failure (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
Z-axis gyroscope self-test failure (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
Y-axis gyroscope self-test failure (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
X-axis gyroscope self-test failure (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
Alarm 2 status (1 = active, 0 = inactive)
Alarm 1 status (1 = active, 0 = inactive)
Not used
Flash test, checksum flag (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
Self-test diagnostic error flag (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
Sensor overrange (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
SPI communication failure (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
Flash update failure (1 = fail, 0 = pass)
Power supply > 5.25 V
1 = power supply > 5.25 V, 0 = power supply ≤ 5.25 V
Power supply < 4.75 V
1 = power supply < 4.75 V, 0 = power supply ≥ 4.75 V
ADIS16364
Data Sheet
Alarm Registers
The alarm function provides monitoring for two independent
conditions. The ALM_CTRL register provides control inputs
for data source, data filtering (prior to comparison), static
comparison, dynamic rate-of-change comparison, and output
indicator configurations. The ALM_MAGx registers establish
the trigger threshold and polarity configurations. Table 30 gives
an example of how to configure a static alarm. The ALM_SMPLx
registers provide the number of samples to use in the dynamic
rate-of-change configuration. The period equals the number in
the ALM_SMPLx register multiplied by the sample period time,
which is established by the SMPL_PRD register. See Table 31 for
an example of how to configure the sensor for this type of function.
Table 27. ALM_MAG1, ALM_MAG2 Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15]
[14]
[13:0]
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Comparison polarity (1 = greater than, 0 = less than)
Not used
Data bits that match the format of the trigger source
selection
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Not used
Data bits: number of samples (both 0x00 and 0x01 = 1)
Table 29. ALM_CTRL Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15:12]
[11:8]
[7]
[6]
[5]
[4]
[3]
[2]
[1]
[0]
DIN
0xAF55,
0xAE17
0xA701,
0xA6F4
0xA93E,
0xA803
Description (Default = 0x0000)
Alarm 2 source selection
0000 = disable
0001 = power supply output
0010 = x-axis gyroscope output
0011 = y-axis gyroscope output
0100 = z-axis gyroscope output
0101 = x-axis accelerometer output
0110 = y-axis accelerometer output
0111 = z-axis accelerometer output
1000 = x-axis gyroscope temperature output
1001 = y-axis gyroscope temperature output
1010 = z-axis gyroscope temperature output
1011 = auxiliary ADC input
Alarm 1 source selection (same as Alarm 2)
Rate-of-change enable for Alarm 2
(1 = rate of change, 0 = static level)
Rate-of-change enable for Alarm 1
(1 = rate of change, 0 = static level)
Not used
Comparison data filter setting
(1 = filtered data, 0 = unfiltered data)
Not used
Alarm output enable (1 = enabled, 0 = disabled)
Alarm output polarity (1 = active high, 0 = active low)
Alarm output line select (1 = DIO2, 0 = DIO1)
Description
ALM_CTRL = 0x5517.
Alarm 1 input = XACCL_OUT.
Alarm 2 input = XACCL_OUT.
Static level comparison, filtered data.
DIO2 output indicator, positive polarity.
ALM_MAG1 = 0x81F4.
Alarm 1 is true if XACCL_OUT > +0.5 g.
ALM_MAG2 = 0x3E0C.
Alarm 2 is true if XACCL_OUT < −0.5 g.
Table 31. Alarm Configuration Example 2
DIN
0xAF76,
0xAEC7
0xB601
0xAA08
Table 28. ALM_SMPL1, ALM_SMPL2 Bit Descriptions
Bits
[15:8]
[7:0]
Table 30. Alarm Configuration Example 1
0xAC50
0xA701,
0xA6F4
0xA93E,
0xA803
Description
ALM_CTRL = 0x76C7.
Alarm 1 input = YACCL_OUT.
Alarm 2 input = ZACCL_OUT.
Rate-of-change comparison, unfiltered data.
DIO2 output indicator, positive polarity.
SMPL_PRD = 0x0001.
Sample rate = 819.2 SPS.
ALM_SMPL1 = 0x0008.
Alarm 1 rate-of-change period = 9.77 ms.
ALM_SMPL2 = 0x0050.
Alarm 2 rate-of-change period = 97.7 ms.
ALM_MAG1 = 0x81F4.
Alarm 1 is true if YACCL_OUT increases by more than
0.5 g in 9.77 ms.
ALM_MAG2 = 0x3E03.
Alarm 2 is true if ZACCL_OUT decreases by more
than 0.5 g in 97.7 ms.
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Table 32 provides a summary of the registers that identify
the product: PROD_ID, which identifies the product type;
LOT_ID1 and LOT_ID2, the 32-bit lot identification code;
and SERIAL_NUM, which displays the 12-bit serial number.
All four registers are two bytes in length. When using the
SERIAL_NUM value to calculate the serial number, mask
off the upper four bits and convert the remaining 12 bits to
a decimal number.
Table 32. Identification Registers
Register Name
LOT_ID1
LOT_ID2
PROD_ID
Address
0x52
0x54
0x56
SERIAL_NUM
0x58
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Description
Lot Identification Code 1
Lot Identification Code 2
Product identification = 0x3FEC
(hexadecimal number for 16,364)
Serial number
Data Sheet
ADIS16364
APPLICATIONS INFORMATION
INSTALLATION/HANDLING
INTERFACE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (PCB)
For ADIS16364 installation, use the following two-step process:
The ADIS16364/PCBZ includes one ADIS16364BMLZ and one
interface PCB. The interface PCB simplifies the process of integrating the ADIS16364BMLZ into an existing processor system.
For removal,
1.
2.
Gently pry the connector from its mate using a small slot
screwdriver.
Remove the screws and lift the part up.
Never attempt to unplug the connector by pulling on the plastic
case or baseplate. Although the flexible connector is very reliable
in normal operation, it can break when subjected to unreasonable
handling. When broken, the flexible connector cannot be repaired.
The AN-1041 Application Note, iSensor® IMU Quick Start Guide
and Bias Optimization Tips, provides more information about
developing an appropriate mechanical interface design.
J1 and J2 are dual-row, 2 mm (pitch) connectors that work
with a number of ribbon cable systems, including 3M Part
Number 152212-0100-GB (ribbon crimp connector) and
3M Part Number 3625/12 (ribbon cable). Figure 17 provides
a hole pattern design for installing the ADIS16364BMLZ and
the interface PCB onto the same surface. Figure 18 provides the
pin assignments for each connector. The pin descriptions match
those listed in Table 5. The ADIS16364 does not require external
capacitors for normal operation; therefore, the interface PCB
does not use the C1/C2 pads (not shown in Figure 17).
23.75
GYROSCOPE BIAS OPTIMIZATION
The factory calibration addresses initial bias errors along with
temperature-dependent bias behaviors. Installation and certain
environmental conditions can introduce modest bias errors.
The precision autonull command (GLOB_CMD[4]) provides a
simple predeployment method for correcting these errors to an
accuracy of approximately 0.008°/sec, using an average of 30 sec.
Averaging the sensor output data for 100 sec can provide incremental performance gains, as well. Controlling device rotation,
power supply, and temperature during these averaging times
helps to ensure optimal accuracy during this process. Refer to
the AN-1041 Application Note for more information about
optimizing performance.
INPUT ADC CHANNEL
The AUX_ADC register provides access to the auxiliary ADC
input channel. The ADC is a 12-bit successive approximation
converter that has an input circuit equivalent to the one shown
in Figure 16. The maximum input is 3.3 V. The ESD protection
diodes can handle 10 mA without causing irreversible damage.
The on resistance (R1) of the switch has a typical value of 100 Ω.
The sampling capacitor, C2, has a typical value of 16 pF.
J2
1
11
D
12
27.70
J1
1
2
1.20
11
12
NOTES
1. DIMENSIONS IN MILLIMETERS.
Figure 17. Physical Diagram for the ADIS16364/PCBZ
J1
J2
RST
1
2
SCLK
AUX_ADC
1
2
GND
CS
3
4
DOUT
AUX_DAC
3
4
DIO3
DNC
5
6
DIN
GND
5
6
DIO4
GND
7
8
GND
DNC
7
8
DNC
GND
9
10
VCC
DNC
9
10
DNC
VCC
11
12
VCC
DIO2
11
12
DIO1
R1 C2
07906-014
C1
2
30.10
VCC
D
21.24
07906-020
Secure the baseplate using machine screws.
Press the connector into its mate.
Figure 16. Equivalent Analog Input Circuit
(Conversion Phase: Switch Open,
Track Phase: Switch Closed)
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Figure 18. J1/J2 Pin Assignments
07906-021
1.
2.
ADIS16364
Data Sheet
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
31.900
31.700
31.500
23.454
23.200
22.946
9.464
9.210
8.956
(2×)
2.382
BSC
TOP VIEW
10.60
BSC
22.964
22.710
22.456
10.50
BSC
21.410
21.210
21.010
5.20
5.00
4.80
(2×)
14.950
14.550
14.150
PIN 24
BOTTOM VIEW
17.41
17.21
17.01
(2×)
1.588
BSC
1.588
BSC
4.20
4.00
3.80
(2×)
0.05
BSC
PIN 1
7.18
BSC
1.00
BSC
CASTING
FEATURE
2.00 BSC
12.10
BSC
FRONT VIEW
23.504
23.250
22.996
2.660
2.500
2.340
SIDE VIEW
4.330
BSC
DETAIL A
DETAIL A
1.00
BSC (22×)
1.65 BSC
14.00 BSC
12-16-2011-C
0.305
BSC (24×)
4.162 BSC
Figure 19. 24-Lead Module with Connector Interface
(ML-24-2)
Dimensions shown in millimeters
ORDERING GUIDE
Model 1
ADIS16364BMLZ
ADIS16364/PCBZ
1
Temperature Range
−40°C to +105°C
Package Description
24-Lead Module with Connector Interface
Interface Board
Z = RoHS Compliant Part.
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Package Option
ML-24-2
Data Sheet
ADIS16364
NOTES
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ADIS16364
Data Sheet
NOTES
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