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User's Guide
SBOU055B – February 2008 – Revised May 2016
INA209 Evaluation Module
This user's guide describes the characteristics, operation, and use of the INA209 evaluation module
(EVM). It discusses the processes and procedures required to properly use this EVM board. This
document also includes the physical printed circuit board (PCB) layout, schematic diagram, and circuit
descriptions.
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Contents
Overview ..................................................................................................................... 2
System Setup ................................................................................................................ 4
INA209EVM Hardware Setup............................................................................................. 10
INA209 Software Overview ............................................................................................... 17
Bill of Materials ............................................................................................................. 24
List of Figures
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Hardware Included With the INA209EVM ................................................................................ 2
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Hardware Setup for the INA209EVM...................................................................................... 4
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Block Diagram of the INA209 Test Board ................................................................................ 5
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INA209 Test Board Schematic ............................................................................................. 6
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Theory of Operation For the USB Dig Platform .......................................................................... 9
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Typical Hardware Connections ........................................................................................... 10
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Connecting the Two EVM PCBs ......................................................................................... 11
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Connecting Power to the EVM
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Connecting the USB Cable ...............................................................................................
Default Jumper Settings ...................................................................................................
INA209EVM Software—Functioning Properly ..........................................................................
INA209EVM Software—No Communication With the USB Dig Platform ...........................................
INA209EVM Software—No Communication Between the USB Dig Platform and the INA209 ..................
EVM Controls Pull-Down Menu ..........................................................................................
Current Revision of Software .............................................................................................
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Overview
This document provides the information needed to set up and operate the INA209EVM evaluation module,
a test platform for the INA209 high-side current shunt monitor. For a more detailed description of the
INA209 product line, please refer to the product data sheet (SBOS403) available from the Texas
Instruments web site at http://www.ti.com. Support documents are listed in the section of this guide
entitled Related Documentation from Texas Instruments .
The INA209EVM is an evaluation module that is used to fully evaluate the INA209 current shunt monitor.
The INA209 is a mixed-signal current shunt monitor. The INA209EVM consists of two PCBs. One board
generates the digital signals (USB DIG Platform) required to communicate with the INA209
(INA209_Test_Board), and the second board contains the INA209, as well as support and configuration
circuitry.
NOTE: Much of the information contained in this document is also contained in the QuickStart
Video, which is included with the EVM kit. It is highly recommended that you watch this video
before using this EVM.
Throughout this document, the abbreviation EVM and the term evaluation module are synonymous with
the INA209EVM.
1.1
INA209EVM Hardware
Figure 1 shows the hardware included with the INA209EVM kit. Contact the factory if any component is
missing. It is highly recommended that you check the TI web sit at http://www.ti.com to verify that you
have the latest software. It is also recommended that you watch the QuickStart Video (included on the
compact disk) before using the INA209EVM.
Figure 1. Hardware Included With the INA209EVM
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The complete kit includes the following items:
• INA209 test PCB
• USB Dig platform PCB
• USB cable
• QuickStart Video
• Barrel plug cable assembly (part# 10-01935/ Tensility Intl Corp.) for external power supply to USB DIG
and optionally to EVM.
1.2
Related Documentation from Texas Instruments
The following document provides information regarding Texas Instruments integrated circuits used in the
assembly of the INA209EVM. This document is available from the TI web site under literature number
SBOU055. Any letter appended to the literature number corresponds to the document revision that is
current at the time of the writing of this User’s Guide. Newer revisions may be available from the TI web
site at http://www.ti.com/, or call the Texas Instruments Literature Response Center at (800) 477-8924 or
the Product Information Center at (972) 644-5580. When ordering, identify the document by both title and
literature number.
1.3
Data Sheet
Literature Number
INA209 Product Data Sheet
SBOS403
If You Need Assistance
If you have questions about the INA209 evaluation module, send an e-mail to the Linear Application Team
at precisionamps@list.ti.com. Include INA209EVM as the subject heading.
1.4
Information About Cautions and Warnings
This document contains caution statements.
CAUTION
This is an example of a caution statement. A caution statement describes a
situation that could potentially damage your software or equipment.
The information in a caution or a warning is provided for your protection. Please read each caution and
warning carefully.
1.5
FCC Warning
This equipment is intended for use in a laboratory test environment only. It generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and has not been tested for compliance with the limits of computing
devices pursuant to subpart J of part 15 of FCC rules, which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against radio frequency interference. Operation of this equipment in other environments may
cause interference with radio communications, in which case the user at his own expense is required to
take whatever measures may be required to correct this interference.
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System Setup
Figure 2 shows the system setup for the INA209EVM. The PC runs software that communicates with the
USB Dig platform. The USB Dig platform generates the digital signals used to communicate with the
INA209 test board. Connectors on the INA209 test board allow for connection to the system that will be
monitored by the user.
Figure 2. Hardware Setup for the INA209EVM
Minimim PC operating requirements:
• Microsoft Windows® XP or higher
• USB port
• Works on US or European regional settings
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2.1
Theory of Operation for the INA209 Test Board Hardware
Figure 3 shows the block diagram of the INA209 test board. The INA209 test board functionality is
relatively simple. It provides connections to the I2C™ interface and general-purpose inputs/outputs
(GPIOs) on the USB Dig platform. It also provides connection points for external connection of the shunt
voltage, bus voltage, and GND on the system being measured.
VDUT Supply
Switched 5.0V Power
25-Pin
Male DSUB Signals
From USB DIG Platform
Connection to
Shunt Voltage
and GND
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2
IC
Interface
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25-Pin
Female DSUB Signals
From USB DIG Platform
IC
Address
Jumpers
General-Purpose
Digital I/O
Connects to Alert, Warning, Critical,
Overlimit, GPIO, and Convert
Figure 3. Block Diagram of the INA209 Test Board
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Figure 4 illustrates the system setup for the INA209 test board schematic. LEDs D1 through D6 are used
as indicators for many of the digital signals (for example, Warning, Critical, GPIO, etc). Jumpers JMP1
through JMP8 allow the configuration of A0 and A1. Connector T1 allows the connection of shunt and bus
voltages.
Figure 4. INA209 Test Board Schematic
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2.2
Signal Definition of J1 (25-Pin Male DSUB) on the INA209 Test Board
Table 1 shows the different signals connected to J1 on the INA209 test board. Table 1 also identifies
signals connected to pins on J1 that are not used on the INA209 test board.
Table 1. Signal Definition of J1 (25-Pin Male DSUB) on the INA209 Test Board
J1 Pin
Signal
Used On This EVM?
INA209 Pin
1
DAC A
No
—
2
DAC B
No
—
3
DAC C
No
—
4
DAC D
No
—
5
ADS1+
No
—
6
ADS1–
No
—
7
ADS2+
No
—
8
ADS2–
No
—
9
I2C_SCK
No
—
10
I2C_SDA2
No
—
11
ONE_WIRE
No
—
12
I2C_SCK_ISO
Yes
SCL
13
I2C_SDA_ISO
Yes
SDA
14
XTR_LOOP+
No
—
15
XTR_LOOP–
No
—
16
INA–
No
—
17
VDUT
Yes
VS
18
VCC
No
—
19
+15V
No
—
20
–15V
No
—
21
GND
Yes
GND
22
SPI_SCK
No
—
23
SPI_CS1
No
—
24
SPI_DOUT
No
—
25
SPI_DIN1
No
—
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Signal Definition of J2 (25-Pin Female DSUB) on the INA209 Test Board
Table 2 shows the different signals connected to J2 on the INA209 test board. Table 2 also identifies
signals connected to pins on J2 that are not used on the INA209 test board.
Table 2. Signal Definition of J2 (25-Pin Female DSUB) on the INA209 Test Board
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J1 Pin
Signal
Used On This EVM?
1
NC
No
—
2
CTRL1
Yes
Convert
3
CTRL2
Yes
GPIO
4
CTRL3
No
—
5
CTRL4
No
—
6
CTRL5
No
—
7
CTRL6
No
—
8
CTRL7
No
—
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CTRL8
No
—
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MEAS1
Yes
Warning
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MEAS2
Yes
GPIO
12
MEAS3
Yes
Overlimit
13
MEAS4
Yes
Critical
14
MEAS5
Yes
ALT
15
MEAS6
No
—
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MEAS7
No
—
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MEAS8
No
—
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SPI_SCK
No
—
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SPI_CS2
No
—
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SPI_DOUT2
No
—
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SPI_DIN2
No
—
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VDUT
No
VS
23
VCC
No
—
24
GND
Yes
GND
25
GND
Yes
GND
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2.4
Theory of Operation For the USB Dig Platform
Figure 5 shows the block diagram for the USB Dig platform. This platform is a general-purpose data
acquisition system that is used on several different Texas Instruments evaluation modules. The block
diagram shown in Figure 5 illustrates the general platform outline.
The core component of the USB Dig platform is the TUSB3210.
External
Power
Adjustable
Regulator
VCC
(3V to 5.5V)
Power
Switching
VDUT
(3V to 5.5V)
Switched Power
3.3V
Regulator
VSmC
3.3V
V_USB
5V
TUSB3210
8052mC
with USB Interface
and UART
USB Bus
From Computer
Reset Button
and
Power-On Reset
USB Dig EVM
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I C, SPI
Control Bits and
Measure Bits
Buffers and
Latches
8Kx8 Byte
EEPROM
Figure 5. Theory of Operation For the USB Dig Platform
An important function of the USB DIG is to power the EVM PCB. As depicted in Figure 5, switched power
for the EVM can be derived from the PC's USB supply or alternatively from an external power source
connected to J5. TI recommends using the external supply option because the USB power supply can be
noisy. The barrel connector cable assembly included in the EVM kit can be used to connect an external
power supply to the USB DIG. Connect the black wire of the cable assembly to the low side (or ground) of
the external supply and the red wire to the high side.
NOTE:
For proper operation, the external source must provide a supply voltage between 5.8 V and
10.4 V and have a current limit greater than 100 mA.
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INA209EVM Hardware Setup
The INA209EVM hardware setup involves connecting the two halves of the EVM together, applying power,
connecting the USB cable, and setting the jumpers. This section covers the details of this procedure.
3.1
Electrostatic Discharge Warning
Many of the components on the INA209EVM are susceptible to damage by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Customers are advised to observe proper ESD handling precautions when unpacking and handling the
EVM, including the use of a grounded wrist strap at an approved ESD workstation.
CAUTION
Failure to observe ESD handling procedures may result in damage to EVM
components.
3.2
Typical Hardware Connections
A typical INA209EVM hardware setup connects the two EVM PCBs, then supplying power, and
connecting an external shunt and load. The external connections may be the real-world system to which
the INA209 will be connected. Figure 6 shows the typical hardware connections.
Figure 6. Typical Hardware Connections
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3.3
Connecting the Hardware
The best way to connect the two INA209EVM PCBs together is to gently push on both sides of the D-SUB
connectors, as shown in Figure 7. Make sure that the two connectors are completely socketed together;
loose connections may cause intermittent EVM operation.
Figure 7. Connecting the Two EVM PCBs
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Connecting Power
Connect the two INA209EVM PCBs prior to connecting a power source, as shown in Figure 8. Always
connect power before connecting the USB cable. If the USB cable is connected before the power is
supplied, the computer will attempt to communicate with an unpowered device, and the device will not be
able to respond.
Figure 8. Connecting Power to the EVM
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3.5
Connecting the USB Cable to the INA209EVM
Figure 9 shows the typical response to connecting the USB Dig platform to a PC USB port for the first
time. Note that the EVM must be powered prior to connecting the USB cable. Typically, the computer will
respond with a Found New Hardware, USB Device pop-up. The pop-up typically changes to Found New
Hardware, USB Human Interface Device. This pop-up indicates that the device is ready to be used. The
USB Dig platform uses the Human Interface Device Drivers that are part of the Microsoft Windows
operating system.
In some cases, the Windows Add Hardware Wizard will pop-up. If this prompt occurs, allow the system
device manager to install the Human Interface Drivers by clicking Yes when requested to install drivers.
Figure 9. Connecting the USB Cable
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INA209 Jumper Settings
Figure 10 shows the default jumper configuration for the INA209EVM. In general, the jumper settings of
the USB Dig platform do not need to be changed. However, you may want to change some of the jumpers
on the INA209 test board to match your specific device configuration (for example, to change the I2C
address).
Figure 10. Default Jumper Settings
Table 3 explains the function of the jumpers on the INA209 test board.
Table 3. INA209 Test Board Jumper Function
Jumper
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Default
Purpose
JMP1–JMP4
JMP1
A0 address select input. These jumpers determine where the
address select pin is connected. This setting connects A0 to
GND.
JMP5–JMP8
JMP5
A1 address select input. These jumpers determine where the
address select pin is connected. This setting connects A1 to
GND.
JMP9
VDUT
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This jumper determines where the INA209 gets its power supply.
In the VDUT position, the EVM provides power. In the Vs_Ext
position, the power is connected externally.
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Table 4 indicates the function and default position of the USB-DIG-Platform jumpers. For most
applications, the default jumper position should be used. Table 5 and Table 6 describe the options for the
power-supply configuration. For example, the logic power supply can be changed from the default of 5V to
3V. A separate document (SBOU058) gives details regarding the operation and design of the USB Dig
platform.
Table 4. USB DIG Platform Jumper Settings
Jumper
Default
Purpose
JUMP1
EXT
This jumper selects external power or bus power. External
power is applied on J5 (on USB DIG board) or T3 (9V dc). Bus
power is 5V from the USB bus. External power is typically used
because the USB bus power is noisy.
JUMP2
EXT
This jumper selects external power or bus power. External
power is applied on J5 (on USB DIG board) or T3 (9V dc). Bus
power is 5V from the USB bus. External power is typically used
because the USB bus power is noisy.
JUMP3
EE ON
JUMP4
L
This sets the address for the USB board. The only reason to
change from the default is if multiple boards are being used.
JUMP5
L
This sets the address for the USB board. The only reason to
change from the default is if multiple boards are being used.
JUMP9
5V
JUMP10
WP ON
This write protects the firmware EEPROM.
JUMP11
WP ON
This write protects the calibration EEPROM.
JUMP13
Reg
JUMP14
9V
This jumper determines where the INA209 gets its power supply.
In the VDUT position, the EVM provides power. The default is the
VDUT position. In the Vs_Ext position, the power is connected
externally.
This selects the voltage of the device under test supply
(VDUT = 5V or 3V)
Uses the regulator output to generate the VDUT supply. The USB
bus can be used as the VDUT supply.
Uses external power (9V as apposed to the bus).
While in the BUS position, VDUT operation is normal. While in the
VRAW position, the VDUT supply is connected to an external
source. This allows for any value of VDUT between 3V and 5V.
CAUTION
JUMP17
BUS
JUMP18
VDUT
When JUMP17 is in the
VRAW position, adjusting
the VDUT voltage beyond
the 3V to 5V range will
damage the EVM.
Connects the pull-up resistor on the GPIO to the VDUT supply or
the VCC supply.
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Table 5. Power-Supply Jumper Configuration #1
Mode
Jumper
Comment
External Power—5V
(default jumper settings)
JUMP17 = BUS (not used)
JUMP13 = REG
JUMP14 = 9V
JUMP1 = EXT
JUMP2 = EXT
JUMP6 = 5V
JUMP7 = REF
In this mode, all power is supplied to the EVM via J5 (on USB DIG board) or
T3. The external supply must be between 5.8V and 10.4V for proper
operation. All digital I/Os are regulated to 5V using U19 (REG101).
External Power—3V
(typical jumper settings)
JUMP17 = BUS (not used)
JUMP13 = REG
JUMP14 = 9V
JUMP1 = EXT
JUMP2 = EXT
JUMP6 = 3V
JUMP7 = REF
In this mode, all power is supplied to the EVM via J5 (on USB DIG board) or
T3. The external supply must be between 5.8V and 10.4V for proper
operation. All digital I/Os are regulated to 3V using U19 (REG101).
External Power—Variable
Supply
JUMP17 = Vraw
JUMP13 = BUS
JUMP14 = 9V (not used)
JUMP1 = EXT
JUMP2 = EXT
JUMP6 = 5V (not used)
JUMP7 = REG (ratiometric
mode)
In this mode, all the digital I/Os are referenced to the supply that is attached
to either J5 (on USB DIG board) or T3.
CAUTION
It is absolutely critical that the
supply voltage does not exceed
5.5V in this mode.
The supply is directly applied to devices with 5.5V absolute maximum ratings.
This mode of operation is useful when a device supply other then 3.0V or
5.0V is required.
Table 6. Power-Supply Jumper Configuration #2
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Mode
Jumper
Comment
Bus Power—5V
JUMP17 = BUS
JUMP13 = BUS
JUMP14 = 9V (not used)
JUMP1 = BUS
JUMP2 = BUS
JUMP6 = 5V (not used)
JUMP7 = REG (ratiometric
mode, 5V supply)
In this mode, the USB bus completely powers the EVM. The USB bus is
regulated by the master (computer) to be 5V. This mode relies upon
external regulation. This mode is recommended only when an external
9V supply is not available. If an external 9V supply is available, use
either External Power 5V mode or External Power 3V mode.
Bus Power—3V
JUMP17 = BUS (not used)
JUMP13 = REG
JUMP14 = BUS
JUMP1 = BUS
JUMP2 = BUS
JUMP6 = 3V
JUMP7 = REG (ratiometric
mode, 5V supply)
In this mode, the USB bus completely powers the EVM. The regulator
(U19, REG101) is used to generate a 3V supply for all digital I/O.
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3.7
Connecting External Power to the INA209EVM
The INA209 power supply (VS) operates over the range of 3V to 5.5V (see the INA209 product data
sheet). The default jumper position provides 5V to the INA209 from the USB-DIG-Platform. The power
from the USB-DIG-Platform can be changed to 3V using JUMP9.
Another option is to connect power to the INA209 power supply (VS) using an external power supply. In
this case, connect power to the T3 terminal block and set JMP1 to the Vs_EXT positon. The INA209
power supply (VS) operates over the range of 3V to 5.5V, so be careful to not exceed this range.
3.8
Connecting External Signals to the INA209EVM
The INA209 shunt and bus voltages are applied via terminal block T4. The T4 terminal block is a direct
connection to VIN+ and VIN– of the INA209. The bus voltage is monitored on VIN– (26V max). The shunt
voltage is the difference between VIN– and VIN+ (320mV max). Refer to the INA209 data sheet for more
details
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INA209 Software Overview
This section explains how to install and use the INA209 software.
4.1
Operating Systems for the INA209 Software
The INA209 software has been tested on Windows XP with United States and European regional settings.
The software should also function on other Windows operating systems. Please report any compatibility
issues to precisionamps@list.ti.com.
4.2
INA209EVM Software Install
Install the INA209EVM software by following these steps:
1. Software can be downloaded from the INA209EVM web page, or from the disk included with the
INA209EVM, which contains a folder called Install_software/.
2. Find the file called setup.exe. Double-click the file to start the installation process.
3. Follow the on-screen prompts to install the software.
4. To remove the application, use the Windows Control Panel utility, Add/Remove Software.
5. The INA209 Quickstart Video (included on the CD), or available at www.ti.com, gives more details
regarding the initialization of the software.
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Starting the INA209EVM Software
Use the Windows Start menu to start the INA209 software. From Start, select All Programs, then select
the INA209EVM program. Figure 11 shows the software display if the EVM is functioning properly.
Figure 11. INA209EVM Software—Functioning Properly
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Figure 12 shows an error that appears if the computer cannot communicate with the EVM. If this error
occurs, check to see that the USB cable is connected. This error can also happen if the USB cable is
connected prior to connecting the USB Dig platform 9V power. Another possible reason for this error
message is a problem with the USB human interface device driver of the computer. Make sure that the
computer recognizes the device when the USB cable is plugged in. If the sound is on, you will hear the
distinctive sound that you expect when a USB device is properly connected to a PC with the Windows
operating system.
Figure 12. INA209EVM Software—No Communication With the USB Dig Platform
See Figure 13 for an error that will occur if the INA209 test board is not communicating with the USB Dig
platform. If you get this error, check the connectors between the two boards; make sure the two 25-pin Dsub connectors are completely pushed together. Another possible cause for this error is it that the INA209
test board jumpers are set in the wrong positions.
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Using the INA209 Software
The INA209EVM software has 10 different tabs that allow you to access different features of the INA209.
The first seven tabs were designed for complete configuration of the device by stepping through these
tabs in order. Each of these tabs are intended to have an intuitive graphical interface that allows users to
develop a better understanding of the INA209.
Figure 13. INA209EVM Software—No Communication Between the USB Dig Platform and the INA209
4.4.1
Software Overview Tab
This tab has the following controls:
• Turn on and off the power supply
• Set the I2C address
• Set the logic value on the GPIO and Convert pins
• Read the logic values on the Alert, Critical, Overlimit, and Warning pins
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4.4.2
A/D Config Tab
Controls on this tab:
• Shunt voltage attenuator range (smallest range is 40mV, largest range is 320mV).
• Shunt voltage configuration—Resolution and number averages. Note that increasing the number of
averages will decrease noise, but will slow down the conversion rate.
• Bus voltage attenuator range (16V and 32V)—Note that the maximum bus voltage for the INA209 is
26V. Therefore, the 32V range cannot be fully used.
• Bus voltage configuration—Resolution and number averages. Note that increasing the number of
averages will decrease noise but will slow down the conversion rate.
• A/D converter mode—This control determines how the converters work. The most commonly used
mode is the shunt and bus continuous conversion mode. This mode causes both converters to run
continuously.
NOTE: More details on these options are explained in the INA209 data sheet and the data sheet
sections Register Details and Data Output Registers.
4.4.3
Calibrate Tab
The calibration tab allows users to enter some information regarding a specific INA209 configuration. This
information is used to compute the Full Scale Cal Register. The Full Scale Cal Register converts shunt
voltage to current voltage. The detailed mathematics behind this calibration feature are given in the
INA209 data sheet section, Calibration Register Scaling . Also, this feature is explained in a step-by-step
manner in the QuickStart Video.
4.4.4
Warning Tab
The warning tab allows you to completely configure the warning feature on the INA209. Specifically, there
are warning limit registers for Power, Bus Overvoltage, Bus Undervoltage, Shunt Voltage Positive, and
Shunt Voltage Negative. If an INA209 reading exceeds the value in a warning limit register, the INA209
warning will trip. Other options on the warning feature are also set on this tab (for instance, the delay,
polarity, latch enable, and output enable). See the Warning/Watchdog Registers section of the INA209
data sheet.
4.4.5
Overlimit Tab
The overlimit tab allows you to completely configure the overlimit feature on the INA209. Specifically, there
are overlimit limit registers for Power, Bus Overvoltage, and Bus Undervoltage. If an INA209 reading
exceeds the value in a overlimit limit register, the INA209 overlimit will trip. Other options on the warning
feature are also set on this tab (for example, the delay, polarity, latch enable, and output enable). See the
Over-Limit/Critical Watchdog Registers section of the INA209 data sheet.
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Critical Fault Tab
The Critical Fault tab allows complete configuration of the Critical Fault feature on the INA209. The Critical
Fault feature is an analog path that will trigger when the shunt voltage exceeds a specific level. The level
is set by the Critical DAC+ and the Critical DAC– controls. Hysteresis, polarity, latch enable, and output
enable options can also be set. See the Over-Limit/Critical Watchdog Registers section of the INA209
data sheet.
4.4.7
SMB Alert Tab
The SMB Alert tab sets the Alert mask register. This register configures the INA209 to allow some events
to cause an SMB Alert, while preventing (or masking) other events from causing an Alert. This tab allows
the Alert output to be enabled or disabled.
4.4.8
Scaling Overview Tab
This tab allows you to see how the mathematics work in the INA209. Specifically, this tab shows how the
current and power values are computed using the full-scale calibration register.
4.4.9
Graph Tab
The graph tab displays bus voltage, shunt current, and power versus time when the software is in
continuous convert mode.
4.4.10
Registers Tab
This tab allows reading and editing of all the registers in the INA209. All the previous tabs will affect the
register listing. For example, changing the A/D configuration in tab 2 will affect Register 0 in the register
list. It is also true that changing Register 0 will update the A/D configuration on tab 2. Thus, the graphical
representation and register representation affect each other.
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EVM Controls Pull-Down Menu
The INA209 configuration (such as register settings) can be saved or loaded using the EVM Controls pulldown menu, as shown in Figure 14. The file that the configuration is saved into is a simple text file and
can be viewed with any text editor.
Figure 14. EVM Controls Pull-Down Menu
4.6
Help Pull-Down Menu
The About feature can be used to check the current revision. This document is based on revision 1.0.9, as
shown in Figure 15.
Figure 15. Current Revision of Software
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Table 7 shows the parts list for the INA209 test board.
Table 7. Parts List for the INA209 Test Board
Quantity
Value
6
4.02kΩ
R5–R10
Resistor, 4.02kΩ, 603
ROHM
MCR03EZPFX4021
8
10kΩ
R3, R4,
R11–R16
Resistor, 10kΩ, 603
Yageo
Corporation
RC0603FR-0710KL
2
10Ω
R1, R2
RES 10.0Ω 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD
Yageo
Corporation
RC0603FR-0710RL
1
10μF
C2
Capacitor, Tantalum, 10μF, 16V, 6032
Kemet
T491C106M016AT
2
0.1μF
C3, C4
Capacitor, Ceramic, 0.1μF, 1206, X7R
Yaego Electric
CC1206KRX7R9BB104
1
1000pF
C1
X2Y® Cap
Johanson
500X18N102MV4
6
LED
D1–D6
Diode, LED, Ultra Bright Diff, 603
Panasonic
LNJ208R8ARA
AMP/Tyco
Electronics
5747842-4
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RefDes
Description
Vendor
Part Number
1
DSUB25M
J1
Conn D-Sub Plug R/A 25pos 30gold (with threaded
inserts and board locks)
1
DSUB25F
J2
Conn D-Sub Rcpt R/A 25pos 30gold (with threaded
inserts and board locks)
AMP/Tyco
Electronics
5747846-4
8
JUMP2 Cut to Size
JMP1–JMP8
Conn, Header, 0.100, 36pos (18 jumpers/strip)
3M/ESD
929647-09-36-I
1
JUMP3 Cut to Size
JMP9
Conn, Header, 0.100, 36pos (12 jumpers/strip)
3M/ESD
929647-09-36-I
16
TP Cut to Size
All Test Points
Conn, Header, 0.100, 36pos (36 test points/strip)
3M/ESD
929647-09-36-I
Keystone
2203
6
Standoff
None
Standoffs, Hex , 4-40 Threaded, 0.500" Length,
0.250" OD, Aluminum Iridite Finish
6
Screw
None
Screw, Machine, Phil 4-40X1/4 SS
Building
Fasteners
PMSSS 440 0025 PH
4
2-Pin Connector
T3–T6
2-Position Terminal Strip, Cage Clamp, 45°, 15A,
Dove-tailed
On-Shore
Technology Inc
ED300/2
2
3-Pin Connector
T1, T2
3-Position Terminal Strip, Cage Clamp, 45°, 15A,
Dove-tailed
On-Shore
Technology Inc
ED300/3
1
INA209
U1
IC Curr/Pwr Mon Bi-Dir 16-TSSOP
Texas
Instruments
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Added "Barrel plug cable" to the kit items list in Section 1.1 ........................................................................ 3
Added new paragraph and NOTE to Section 2.4 ..................................................................................... 9
Added "(on USB DIG board)" to J5 in Table 4 ...................................................................................... 15
Added "(on USB DIG board)" to J5 in Table 4 ...................................................................................... 16
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