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TAS5132DDV2EVM for the TAS5132
Digital Amplifier Power Output Stage
User's Guide
April 2007
HPL - Audio Power Amplifiers
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TAS5132DDV2EVM for the TAS5132 Digital
Amplifier Power Output Stage
User's Guide
Literature Number: SLLU097
April 2007
Contents
1
Related Documentation from Texas Instruments............................................................. 5
1.1
2
3
4
Additional Documentation ....................................................................................... 5
Overview .................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
TAS5132DDV2EVMV2 Features............................................................................... 6
2.2
PCB Key Map..................................................................................................... 7
Quick Setup Guide ...................................................................................................... 7
3.1
Electrostatic Discharge Warning ............................................................................... 7
3.2
Unpacking the EVM .............................................................................................. 7
3.3
Power Supply Setup ............................................................................................. 8
3.4
GUI Software Installation ........................................................................................ 8
3.5
Operational Sequence and Indicators ......................................................................... 9
System Interfaces ...................................................................................................... 10
.................................................................
4.1
Power Supply (PSU) Interface (J7 and J8)
4.2
J9/J10 Amplifier Controller Connectors ...................................................................... 10
10
............................................................................... 11
4.4
Loudspeaker Connectors (J3 - J6) ........................................................................... 11
4.5
SPDIF Optical Input Connector ............................................................................... 11
4.6
SPDIF Co-Axial Input Connector ............................................................................. 12
4.7
USB Connector ................................................................................................. 12
5
Protection................................................................................................................. 12
5.1
Short-Circuit Protection and Fault-Reporting Circuitry ..................................................... 12
5.2
Fault Reporting.................................................................................................. 12
Appendix A Design Documents .......................................................................................... 13
A.1
HLP_MC012 Schematic ....................................................................................... 13
A.2
TAS5132DDV2EVM Schematic .............................................................................. 15
A.3
TAS5132DDV2EVM Composite Drawings .................................................................. 16
A.4
HPL-MC012 Composite Drawings ........................................................................... 18
A.5
Heat Sink Drawing .............................................................................................. 20
A.6
HPL-MC012 Parts List ......................................................................................... 21
A.7
TAS5132DDV2EVM Parts List ................................................................................ 23
4.3
J11 External Power Connector
Important Notices ............................................................................................................... 25
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3
List of Figures
1
2
3
4
Integrated PurePath Digital™ Amplifier System ......................................................................... 6
Physical Structure for TAS5132DDV2EVM (Rough Outline)........................................................... 7
TAS5086 GUI Window ...................................................................................................... 9
Recommended Power-Up Sequence .................................................................................... 10
List of Tables
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A-1
A-2
4
Related Documentation from Texas Instruments ........................................................................ 5
Recommended Supply Voltage ............................................................................................ 8
Recommended Supply Voltages ......................................................................................... 10
J7 and J8 .................................................................................................................... 10
J9/J10 Pin Description Amplifier/Controller Connector ................................................................ 10
J11 Pin Description External Power Connector ........................................................................ 11
J3 - J6 Pin Description..................................................................................................... 11
TAS5132 Warning/Error Signal Decoding .............................................................................. 12
Bill of Materials for HPL-MC012 .......................................................................................... 21
Bill of Materials for TAS5132DDV2EVM ................................................................................ 23
List of Figures
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Power Output Stage
This user's guide describes the operation of the TAS5132DDV2EVM evaluation module
from Texas Instruments.
1
Related Documentation from Texas Instruments
Table 1 contains a list of data sheets that have detailed descriptions of the integrated circuits used in the
design of the TAS5086-5132V2EVM. These documents can be obtained from the Texas Instruments Web
site at http://www.ti.com.
Table 1. Related Documentation from Texas
Instruments
1.1
Literature Number
SLLA258
TAS5086
SLES131
TAS5132
SLES190
TUSB3210
SLLS466
UA78M12CKTPR
SLVS059
TPS40200D
SLUS659
TPS3825-33DBVT
SLVS165
Additional Documentation
•
•
2
Part Number
TAS5132DDV2 Application
Report
TAS5132DDV2EVM Application Report (SLLA258)
PC Configuration Tool for TAS5086 (TAS5086 GUI version 4.0 or later)
Overview
The TAS5132DDV2EVM is composed of two separate modules, the HPL-MC012 Modulator/Controller
Module and the TAS5132DDV2EVM Amplifier Module. They are designed so that the user can separate
the two modules and connect the TAS5132DDV2EVM Amplifier Module in to a target system via a ribbon
cable. Keep this ribbon cable as short as possible to avoid degradation in the PWM signals.
The TAS5132DDV2EVM PurePath Digital™ customer evaluation amplifier module demonstrates two
audio integrated circuits — the TAS5086 and the TAS5132 from Texas Instruments (TI).
The TAS5086DBT is a high-performance, 32-bit (24-bit input), multichannel PurePath Digital™ pulse width
modulator (PWM) based on Equibit™ technology with fully symmetrical AD modulation scheme. It accepts
an input sample rate from 32 kHz to 192 kHz. The device also has digital audio processing (DAP) that
provides bass management, advanced performance, and a high level of system integration.
The TAS5132DDV is a compact, high-power, digital amplifier power stage designed to drive an 8-Ω
loudspeaker up to 20 W/10% THD+N. It contains integrated gate-drive, four matched and electrically
isolated enhancement-mode N-channel power DMOS transistors, and protection/fault-reporting circuitry.
PurePath Digital, Equibit, PowerPAD are trademarks of Texas Instruments.
Windows is a trademark of Mircrosoft Corporation.
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Overview
The DDV package has a PowerPAD™ package on the top side for heat transfer through a heat sink. The
heat sink in this design is for evaluation purposes only.
This EVM plus the HPLMC-012 is a complete 2-channel, digital audio amplifier system which includes
digital input (S/PDIF), control interface (via USB) to PC and DAP features like digital volume control, bass
management, and input and output multiplexers.
This EVM is designed to illustrate a low-cost approach to an amplifier design using this device. Improved
performance, at increased cost, can be achieved with a high-performance configuration.
2.1
TAS5132DDV2EVMV2 Features
•
•
•
•
•
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Modular approach comprised of TAS5132DDV2EVM amplifier module and HPL-MC012
modulator/controller module
Two- channel, PurePath Digital™ evaluation module (double-sided, plated-through PCB layout).
Self-contained protection system (short-circuit and thermal).
Standard I2S and I2C / control via SPDIF and USB
Double-sided, plated-through PCB layout
Single power supply operation
Power
Supply
Figure 1. Integrated PurePath Digital™ Amplifier System
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2.2
PCB Key Map
Physical structure for the TAS5132DDV2EVM is illustrated in Figure 2.
SPDIF Receiver
USB Controller
3.3V SMPS
TAS5086
External GVDD
Input
TAS5132
Figure 2. Physical Structure for TAS5132DDV2EVM (Rough Outline)
3
Quick Setup Guide
This section describes the TAS5132DDV2EVM board in regards to power supplies and system interfaces.
It provides information regarding handling and unpacking, absolute operating conditions, and a description
of the factory default switch and jumper configuration.
The section also provides a step-by-step guide to configuring the TAS5132DDV2EVM for device
evaluation.
3.1
Electrostatic Discharge Warning
Many components on the TAS5132DDV2EVM 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
Unpacking the EVM
On opening the TAS5086-5132V2EVM package, ensure that the following items are included:
• 1 pc. TAS5132DDV2EVM Power Stage Board
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1 pc. HPL-MC012 Modulator/Input Board
Because this system has standard connectors, no cables are supplied
1 pc. TAS5132DDV2EVM CD-ROM.
If any of these items are missing, contact the Texas Instruments Product Information Center nearest you
to inquire about a replacement.
Connect the Modulator/Input board to the Power Stage board with the docking connectors on each board.
Use care because this connector is not keyed.
3.3
Power Supply Setup
To power up the EVM, one power supply is needed for system power, logic and gate-drive, and for output
stage supply. The power supply is connected to the EVM with banana cables or stripped insulated wire.
Table 2. Recommended Supply Voltage
Description
Voltage Limitations
Current Requirement
Connector
Output stage power supply
12 V – 19 V
5A
Red/black
CAUTION
Applying voltages above the limitations given in Table 2 may cause permanent
damage to your hardware.
3.4
GUI Software Installation
The TAS5086 GUI provides easy control of all registers in TAS5086. To install the GUI, run the setup file
from the TAS5132DDV2 CD-ROM.
After installation, turn on the power supply, and connect the USB cable to the Modulator/Controller board.
Start the GUI program from The Windows™ menu. (Program Files/Texas Instruments) The start-up of the
GUI takes few seconds.
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Figure 3. TAS5086 GUI Window
From the files menu, load the configuration file:
TAS5132DDV2EVM Configuration (1.00).cfg
The file is located on the TAS5132DDV2EVM CD-ROM. This file contains all settings for a default setup of
the EVM.
For easy access of the file, it is recommended to copy the files into directory where the GUI is installed.
Default is C:\Program Files\Texas Instruments Inc\TAS5086\.
For more advanced use of the GUI and the features of the TAS5086 modulator, see the GUI User’s Guide
and the TAS5086 data sheet (SLES131). The GUI User's Guide can be accessed by clicking on Help in
the toolbar and then selecting User's Guide in the drop-down menu.
3.5
Operational Sequence and Indicators
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•
After connecting the power supply and turning it on, the power supply current should be ~40 mA. The
amplifier reset LED should be on.
– The PVDD, GVDD, and 3.3V LEDs should be on. If not, check for the presence of JP1 on the
TAS5132DDV2 EVM. Install JP1 if necessary.
Connect the SPDIF cable, either optical or coaxial, to an SPDIF source.
Connect the USB cable and the USB LED (blue LED should be on).
– The EVM should enumerate without the installation of a USB driver; it is a Windows™ audio class
device.
Start the GUI. (It should not give an indication of COMMUNICATION ERROR).
– C:\Program Files\Texas Instruments Inc\TAS5086 GUI
Load the configuration file.
– (File, Load, Config File, TAS5132DDV2EVM)
– The AMP RESET LED should go off.
– The power supply current should be ~96 mA.
– This indicates that the amplifier is now switching and ready for audio input.
– The SPDIF indicator should be on (blue LED), when locked to a valid source of SPDIF.
If the preceding conditions are met, the EVM system is now ready to accept audio data.
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– Note: The default gain setting of the TAS5086 GUI is 0 dB. If you are connecting directly from a
music source (CD player) for input and speakers for output, you may want to use the volume
control function of GUI to reduce the gain before the program material is started.
4
System Interfaces
This section describes the TAS5132DDV2EVM board in regards to power supplies and system interfaces.
4.1
Power Supply (PSU) Interface (J7 and J8)
The TAS5132DDV2EVM module must be powered from a well regulated external power supply. Good
audio performance requires a stabilized power supply with low ripple voltage and low output impedance.
Note:
The length of power supply cable must be minimized. Increasing the length of the PSU
cable is equal to increasing the distortion for the amplifier at high output levels and low
frequencies.
Maximum output stage supply voltage depends of the speaker load resistance. For the recommended
maximum supply voltage, seen the TAS5132 data sheet (SLES190).
Table 3. Recommended Supply Voltages
(1)
Description
Voltage Limitations
(4-Ω Load)
Current Recommendations
Output stage power supply
12 V – 19 V
5 A (1)
The rated current corresponds to 2-channel full scale (25 W each).
The recommended TAS5132 power-up sequence is shown in Figure 4. For proper TAS5132 operation,
the RESET signal should be kept low during power up. RESET is pulled low during power up for 200 ms
by the onboard reset generator (U2).
System power supply
Output stage power supply
RESET
>1 ms
Figure 4. Recommended Power-Up Sequence
Table 4. J7 and J8
4.2
Function
Connector
PVDD
J7
Ground
J8
J9/J10 Amplifier Controller Connectors
Table 5. J9/J10 Pin Description Amplifier/Controller Connector
Pin No.
1, 2, 5, 6 ,10, 11
10
Net-Name at
Schematics
DGND
Description
Low-current ground for modulator/controller
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Table 5. J9/J10 Pin Description Amplifier/Controller Connector (continued)
Net-Name at
Schematics
Pin No.
Description
3, 4
PVDD2
PVDD buffered through 24-Ω resistor to power the modulator/controller
7
OTWX
Overtemperature warning from the amplifier (T > 125°C)
8
SDX
Error and amplifier has stopped switching
9, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23,
NC
27, 28
4.3
Not connected
12
PWMX1
Channel 1 PWM signal from modulator
14
PWMX2
Channel 2 PWM signal from modulator
16
PWMX3
Channel 3 PWM signal from modulator
18
PWMX4
Channel 4 PWM signal from modulator
20
PWMX5
Channel 5 PWM signal from modulator
22
PWMX6
Channel 6 PWM signal from modulator
24
AMP_RESET
Resets the TAS5132
25
VALID1
Valid output signal from modulator; not used on this amplifier
26
BKND_ERR
Power stage error; not used on this amplifier
J11 External Power Connector
Table 6. J11 Pin Description External Power Connector (1)
Pin No.
(1)
4.4
Net-Name at Schematics
Description
1
External voltage input
Powers controller board
2
DGND
Low-current ground for modulator/controller
(Optional – Used to power GVDD from separate 12-V to 15-V power supply, for idle current measurement. JP1 must be
removed to use this connector. JP1 must be installed for normal operation.)
Loudspeaker Connectors (J3 - J6)
CAUTION
Both positive and negative speaker outputs are floating and may not be
connected to ground (e.g., through an oscilloscope).
Table 7. J3 - J6 Pin Description
4.5
Jack No.
Net-Name at Schematics
J3
OUT_A
Speaker positive output
Description
J4
OUT_B
Speaker negative output
J5
OUT_C
Speaker positive output
J6
OUT_D
Speaker negative output
SPDIF Optical Input Connector
This connector is a standard TOSLINK connector that connects the SPDIF digital audio input to the SPDIF
receiver on the HPL-MC012 PCB. This connector, or the SPDIF co-axial input, is used, but not both
connectors at the same time.
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4.6
SPDIF Co-Axial Input Connector
This connector is a standard RCA connector that connects the SPDIF digital audio input to the SPDIF
receiver on the HPL-MC012 PCB. This connector, or the SPDIF optical Input, is used, but not both
connectors at the same time.
4.7
USB Connector
This connector is a standard USB connector and is used to connect GUI control information from a PC to
the HPL-MC012 PCB. The USB system does not stream audio from a PC.
5
Protection
This section describes the short-circuit protection and fault-reporting circuitry of the TAS5132 device.
5.1
Short-Circuit Protection and Fault-Reporting Circuitry
The TAS5132 is a self-protecting device that provides fault reporting (including high-temperature
protection and short-circuit protection). The TAS5132 is configured in back-end auto-recovery mode and
therefore resets automatically after all errors (M1 and M3 are set low and M2 is set high). This means that
the device re-starts itself after an error and reports with the SD error signal. Furthermore, the modulation
is 1N mode.
5.2
Fault Reporting
The OTW and SD outputs from TAS5132 indicate fault conditions. See the TAS5132 data sheet
(SLES190) for a description of these pins.
Table 8. TAS5132 Warning/Error Signal Decoding
OTW
SD
0
0
High-temperature error and/or high-current error
Device Condition
0
1
High-temperature warning
1
0
Undervoltage lockout or high-current error
1
1
Normal operation, no errors/warnings
The temperature warning signals at the TAS5132DDV2EVM board can be wired-OR to one temperature
warning signal (OTW– pin 7 in docking connector). Shutdown signals can be wired-OR into one shutdown
signal (SD– pin 8 in the docking connector).
The shutdown signals, together with the temperature warning signal, give chip state information as
described in Table 8. Device fault-reporting outputs are open-drain outputs.
An LED is connected to each of these logic signals and is lit when error conditions occur.
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FROM
MATING
CONNECTOR
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
MODE DIF2
OPTICAL INPUT
RCA INPUT
SDTO/DATA
16 Bit / RJ
18 Bit / RJ
20 Bit / RJ
24 Bit / RJ
24 Bit / LJ
24 Bit / I2S
24 Bit / LJ
24 Bit / I2S
DIF0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
BICK/BCK
I/O
LRCK
O
64fs
O
64fs
O
64fs
O
64fs
O
64fs
O
64fs
I
64-128fs
I
64-128fs
3.3V
SWITCHING
POWER
SUPPLY
LRCK
L/R I/O
O
H/L
O
H/L
O
H/L
O
H/L
O
H/L
O
L/H
I
H/L
I
L/H
AUDIO SERIAL INTERFACE FORMAT
DIF1
SET
TO
I2S
AK4113VF
U5
TI
SET TO
256/256/108
MCLK01
256fs
256fs
512fs
128fs
fs(MAX)
108kHz
108kHz
54kHz
216kHz
I2S OUT
Filename:
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Xtal
256fs
256fs
512fs
128fs
Design Team: FRED SHIPLEY
Mod: NC
Schematic Rev: NC
CX
SPDIF Lock
OCKS0
0
1
0
1
MASTER CLOCK OUTPUT FREQUENCY
OCKS1
0
0
1
1
A.1
FROM
RESET
CONTROL
SPDIF / 3.3V SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY
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HLP_MC012 Schematic
Design Documents
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I2S IN
USB IN
MASTER
RESET CONTROL
AMP
USB INPUT / RESET / PWM MODULATOR
USB LINK
MUTE
TO
SPDIF
TI
TAS5086DBT
U4
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PROJECT: CONTROLLER FOR TAS5132DDV2EVM
Design Team: FRED SHIPLEY
Mod: NC
Schematic Rev: NC
CX
OVER
TEMP
WARNING
SHUT
DOWN
TO
TAS5132DDV2EVM
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HIGH VOLTAGE
POWER INPUTS
FROM
HPL-MC012
PIN 11 (AGND)
ROUTED TO GND PLANE
EXTERNAL
16V
JACK
TI
BOM ONLY
18V
EMI
SNUBBERS
PVDD-MAX:
PROJECT:
2.0 CHANNEL TAS5132 EVM
Total: 40W
19V
Design Team: FRED SHIPLEY
Mod: NC PCB Rev: NC Sheet 1 of 3
Schematic Rev: NC
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SIZE
CX
POWER: 20W/Ch @10% THD
-
RIGHT
+
-
LEFT
+
OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
LOAD: NOM = 8 Ohms; MIN = 6 Ohms
PVDD-NOM:
AD MODE
RECONSTRUCTION
FILTER
A.2
BOOT DECOUPLING
CAPS
STRAP
CAPS
PURE PATH POWER AMP / POWER SUPPLY + DECOUPLING
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A.3
TAS5132DDV2EVM Composite Drawings
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HPL-MC012 Composite Drawings
A.4
HPL-MC012 Composite Drawings
18
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Heat Sink Drawing
A.5
Heat Sink Drawing
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HPL-MC012 Parts List
A.6
HPL-MC012 Parts List
Table A-1. Bill of Materials for HPL-MC012
Qty.
1
RefDes
Description
MFG
MFG Part No.
Vendor
Part No.
Vendor
U4
PWM modulator, 6 CH, TSSOP38-DBT
Texas Instruments
TAS5086DBT
Digi-Key
296-17808-2
1
U3
USB, general purpose device controller,
LQFP64-PM
Texas Instruments
TUSB3210PM
Digi-Key
296-11092
2
INV1, INV2
Single inverter gate, SOT23-DBV5
Texas Instruments
SN74AHC1GU04DBVR
Digi-Key
296-1095-2
1
AND1
Single 2-input Positive-AND gate,
SOT23-DBV5
Texas Instruments
SN74AHC1G08DBVR
Digi-Key
296-191-2
1
OR1
Single 2-input Positive-OR gate, SOT23-DBV5 Texas Instruments
SN74AHC1G32DBVR
Digi-Key
296-1093-2
1
XOR1
Single 2-input Exclusive-OR gate,
SOT23-DBV5
Texas Instruments
SN74AHC1G86DBVR
Digi-Key
296-1094-2
2
U1, U2
Processor supervisor circuit, 3.3V
Texas Instruments
TPS3825-33DBVT
Digi-Key
296-2636-2
1
U6
Wide input range voltage mode controller,
SOP8-D
Texas Instruments
TPS40200D
Texas
Instruments
TPS40200D
1
U5
SPDIF receiver, 192kHz 6-1 SEL,
SSOP30-DB
ASKM
Semiconductor
AK4113VF
Electrospec
Sales
AK4113VFP
1
OPTO1
Optical receiver, 3.3V, EDGE PCB-RA
Toshiba
TORX141P
Memec Insight
TORX141P
1
Y1
Crystal, 12.000MHz, HC49US
ECS
ECS-120-32-4
Digi-Key
X172
1
Y2
Crystal, 12.288MHz, HC49US
ECS
ECS-122.8-S-4
Digi-Key
X174
24LC64-I/SM
Digi-Key
24LC64-I/SM
1
EPROM1
EEPROM, Serial 64K 2.5V SOP8-PS
Microchip
Technology
1
PFET1
PFET –3.0A, –40V, 0.1Ω, SOT23-DBV3
Vishay Siliconix
SI2319DS-T1
Memec Insight
SI2319DS-T1
1
Q1
Transistor NPN, 40V, 600mA, SOT-23
Diodes, Inc.
MMBT2222A-7
Digi-Key
MMBT2222ADITR
3
Q2, Q3, Q4
Transistor PNP 50V Prebiased/4.7K, 100mA,
SOT23-DBV3
Diodes, Inc.
DDTA143TCA-7
Digi-Key
DDTA143TCADITR
1
CR1
Schottky diode, 1A 40V, SMA
On Semi
MBRA140T3
Digi-Key
MBRA140T30STR
2
LED3, LED6
LED, blue SMD0603
Lite-On Trading
LTST-C191TBKT
Digi-Key
160-1647-2
2
LED1, LED2
LED, orange SM1206
Lumex Opto
SML-LX1206SOC-TR
Digi-Key
67-1696-2
1
LED5
LED, red SM1206
Chicago Miniature
CMD15-21VRD/TR8
Digi-Key
L62301TR
1
LED4
LED, yellow SM1206
Chicago Miniature
CMD15-21VYD/TR8
Digi-Key
L62307TR
1
LED7
LED, green SM1206
Chicago Miniature
CMD15-21VGD/TR8
Digi-Key
L62305TR
2
C1, C8
CAP 22PFD 50V CERM 0603 NPO
Panasonic
ECJ-1VC1H220J
Digi-Key
PCC220ACVTR
2
C18, C19
CAP 27PFD 50V CERM 0603 NPO
Panasonic
ECU-V1H270JCV
Digi-Key
PCC270ACVTR
1
C12
CAP 100PFD 50V CERM 0603 NPO
Panasonic
ECU-V1H101JCV
Digi-Key
PCC101ACVTR
1
C40
CAP 1000PFD 50V CERM 0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECU-VIH102KBV
Digi-Key
PCC102BVTR
1
C11
CAP 3300PFD 50V CERM 0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1H332K
Digi-Key
PCC1778TR
2
C2, C3
CAP 0.1UFD 25V CERM 0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1E103K
Digi-Key
PCC1763TR
1
C13
CAP 0.022PFD 50V CERM 0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1H223K
Digi-Key
PCC2282TR
2
C23, C26
CAP 0.047PFD 16V CERM 0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1C473K
Digi-Key
PCC1758TR
19
C4, C5, C7,
C8, C21,
C25,
C27–C30,
C32, C33,
C36, C38,
C42–C45
CAP 0.1PFD 50V CERM 0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1C104K
Digi-Key
PCC1762TR
1
C10
CAP ceramic 100PFD 100V 5% Radial COG
EPCOS
B37979N1101J054
Digi-Key
495-1012-3
1
C15
CAP 470PFD 50V 5% Multilayer ceramic
COG
EPCOS
B37979N5471J054
Digi-Key
495-1032-1
1
C16
CAP 0.1UFD 50V CERM 0805 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-2YB1H104K
Digi-Key
PCC1840TR
1
C14
CAP 0.47UFD 35V CERM 0805 X5R
Taiyo Yuden
GMK212BJ474KG-T
Digi-Key
587-1289-2
1
C9
CAP 3.3UFD 50V CERM 1210 X7R
TDK Corp.
C3225X7R1H335M
Digi-Key
445-1432-2
1
C35
CAP 10UFD 16V Alum Elec SMD VSA
Panasonic
ECE-V1CS100SR
Digi-Key
PCE3061TR
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RefDes
Description
MFG
MFG Part No.
Vendor
Part No.
Vendor
7
C22, C24,
C31, C34,
C37, C41,
C46
CAP 10UFD 16V RAD Alum Elec KGA
Panasonic
ECE-A1CKG100
Digi-Key
P910
1
C17
CAP 56UFD 50V RAD Alum Elec FC
Panasonic
EEU-FC1H560
Digi-Key
P10322
1
C39
CAP 560UFD 3550V RAD Alum Elec FC
Panasonic
EEU-FC1V561
Digi-Key
P11238
4
R69,
R74–R76
RES 22.1 Ω 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF22R1V
Digi-Key
P22.1HTR
4
R14, R15,
R34, R36
RES 33 Ω 1/10W 5% SMD 0603
Yageo
9C06031A33R0JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-33GTR
11
R5, R6, R9,
R10, R12,
R27–R29,
R33, R54,
R58
RES 47 Ω 1/16W 5% SMD 0603
Yageo
9C06031A47R0JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-47GTR
1
R35
RES 75.0 Ω 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF75R0V
Digi-Key
P75.GHTR
3
R44, R45,
R65
RES 100 Ω 1/16W 5% SMD 0603
Yageo
9C06031A1000JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-100GTR
3
R7, R8, R31
RES 200 Ω 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF2000V
Digi-Key
P200HTR
4
R51, R52,
R64, R56
RES 332 Ω 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF3320V
2
R1, R3
RES 357 Ω 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF3570V
Digi-Key
P357HTR
3
R22, R24,
R32
RES 1.50 kΩ 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF1501V
Digi-Key
P1.50KHTR
1
R67
RES 2.00 kΩ 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF2001V
Digi-Key
P2.00KHTR
2
R2, R4
RES 4.99 kΩ 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF4991V
Digi-Key
P4.99KHTR
1
R73
RES 7.50 kΩ 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF7501V
Digi-Key
P7.50KHTR
12
R17–R19,
R21, R37,
R13, R47,
R49, R62,
R63, R68,
R72
RES 10 kΩ 1/16W 5% SMD 0603
Panasonic
9C06031A1002JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-10KGTR
2
R30, R71
RES 1.50 kΩ 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF1502V
Digi-Key
P15.0KHTR
1
R16
RES 18.2 kΩ 1/10W 1% SMD 0603
Yageo
9C06031A1822FKHFT
Digi-Key
311-18.2KHTR
1
R43
RES 30.1 kΩ 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF3012V
Digi-Key
P30.1KHTR
5
R20, R23,
R25, R26,
R48
RES 100 kΩ 1/16W 5% SMD 0603
Yageo
9C06031A1003JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-100KGTR
1
R50
RES 120 kΩ 1/16W 5% SMD 0603
Yageo
9C06031A1203JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-120KGTR
2
R11, R66
RES 1.00 MΩ 1/16W 1% SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF1004V
Digi-Key
P1.00MHTR
1
R38
RES 0.05 Ω 1/4W 1% SMD 0805
Vishay/Dale
WSL0805R0500FEA18
Digi-Key
WSLB-.05TR
2
R55, R61
RES 2.7 Ω 1/10W 5% SMD 0805
Panasonic
ERJ-6RQJ2R7V
Digi-Key
P2.7BTR
3
R39, R42,
R70
RES 3.3 Ω 1/10W 5% SMD 0805
Pasasonic
ERJ-6RQJ3R3V
Digi-Key
P3.3BTR
1
R41
RES 49.9 Ω 1/10W 1% SMD 0805
Panasonic
ERJ-6ENF49R9V
Digi-Key
P49.9CTR
1
R40
RES 1.00 kΩ 1/10W 1% SMD 0805
Panasonic
ERJ-6ENF1001V
Digi-Key
P1.00KCTR
1
R46
RES 37.4 kΩ 1/10W 1% SMD 0805
Panasonic
ERJ-6ENF3742V
Digi-Key
P37.4KCTR
1
R53
RES 0.0 Ω 1/8W 5% SMD 1206
Pasasonic
ERJ-8GEY0R00V
Digi-Key
P0.0ETR
1
R57
RES 1.0 Ω 1/8W 5% SMD 1206
Panasonic
ERJ-8GEYJ1R0V
Digi-Key
P1.0ETR
1
R60
RES 3.3 Ω 1/8W 5% SMD 1206
Panasonic
ERJ-8RQJ3R3V
Digi-Key
P3.3PTR
1
R59
RES 4.7 Ω 1/8W 5% SMD 1206
Panasonic
ERJ-8RQJ4R7V
Digi-Key
P4.7PTR
1
FB1
Ferrite bead, 11 Ω, 1.5A SM0805
Steward
MI0805K110R-00
Digi-Key
240-1034-2
1
FB2
Ferrite bead, 39 Ω, 1.4A SM0805
Panasonic
EX-ML20A390U
Digi-Key
P10191TR
1
L1
Inductor, 330 UH, SMD-DR74
Coiltronics
DR74-331
Digi-Key
DR74-331
1
J2
Jack, RCA, PCB-RA, ECONO All-Metal
CUI STACK
RCJ=017
Digi-Key
CP-1466
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Table A-1. Bill of Materials for HPL-MC012 (continued)
Qty.
RefDes
Description
MFG
MFG Part No.
Vendor
Part No.
Vendor
1
J1
Jack, USB PCB-Right Angle
Assmann
AU-Y1007
Digi-Key
AE1985
1
JP1
Header, 2 pin male, straight, gold
Sullins
PZC02SAAN
Digi-Key
S0111-02
1
J3
Socket Header, 2x14 pin female gold PCB-RA
Samtec
SSW-114-02-G-D-RA
Samtec
SSW-114-02-G-DRA
2
S1, S2
Switch, momentary SMT-short, black tab,
160g
Panasonic
EVQ-PPBA25
Digi-Key
P8086STR
4
BCK,
CKOUT,
DATA, LRCK
PC Testpoint, orange
Keystone
Electronics
5003
Digi-Key
5003K
1
GND
Bus Wire ground loop, 25mm length, 18
WAWG
Belden CDT
9019000100
Mouser
566-8019
4
HW1–HW4
Standoff 4-40 threaded M/F 0.75 in
ALUM-HEX
Keystone
Electronics
8403
Digi-Key
8403K
4
HW1–HW4
LockWasher, #4 internal-tooth, Zinc/Steel
Building Fasteners
INT LWZ 004
Digi-Key
H236
4
HW1–HW4
Hex Nut, 4-40, Zinc/Steel
Building Fasteners
HNZ440
Digi-Key
H216
Component Count: 176
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Qty.
RefDes
Description
MFG
Part No.
MFG
Vendor
Vendor
Part No.
Alternate
Part No.
TI-SEMICONDUCTORS
1
1
PA1
PurePath Digital™ power
AMP, HTSSOP44-DDV
Texas
Instruments
TASS132DDV
Texas
Instruments
TASS132DDV
NO ALT PART NO.
VR1
Voltage regulator 12V,
0.5A, 2-PFM KTP
Texas
Instruments
UA78M12CKTPR
Digi-Key
296-11142-2
296-11142-2
LED1, LED2
LED, Green SM1206
Chicago
Miniature
Digi-Key
L62305TR
L62305CT
SEMICONDUCTORS
2
CND15-21VGD/TR8
CAPACITORS
4
C17, C20, C22, CAP 0.01UFD, 25V,
C32
CERM 0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1E103K
Digi-Key
PCC1763TR
PCC1763CT
4
C18, C26, C28, CAP 0.33UFD, 50V,
C33
CERM 0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1H333K
Digi-Key
PCC2284TR
PCC2284CT
C25
CAP 0.1UFD, 16V, CERM
0603 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1C104K
Digi-Key
PCC1762TR
PCC1762CT
C1, C5, C6,
C8, C15, C23,
C29, C35, C37
CAP 0.1UFD, 50V, CERM
0603 X7R
Murata
GRM188R71H104KA93D
Digi-Key
490-1519-2
490-1519-1
C10, C13
CAP 1.0UFD, 15V, CERM
0603 X5R
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1C105K
Digi-Key
PCC2224TR
PCC2224CT
C7
CAP 0.01UFD, 100V,
CERM 0805 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-2VB2A103K
Digi-Key
PCC1991TR
PCC1991CT
C12, C19. C27, CAP 0.1UFD, 50V, CERM
C34
0805 X7R
Panasonic
ECJ-2YB1H104K
Digi-Key
PCC1840TR
PCC1840CT
C9
TDK Corporation
C2012X7R2A104K
Digi-Key
445-1418-2
445-1418-1
C16, C24, C30, CAP 1.0UFD, 50V, CERM
C31
0805 X7R
Taiyo Yuden
UMK212F105ZG-T
Digi-Key
587-1308-2
587-1308-1
C14, C21
CAP 0.47UFD, 50V, Metal
polyester film MKT
EPCOS
B32529C5474J
Digi-Key
495-1086
NO ALT PART NO.
C36
CAP 22UFD, 16V, RAD
ALUM ELEC M series
Panasonic
ECA-1CM220
Digi-Key
P5135
NO ALT PART NO.
C3
CAP 33UFD 35V, RAD
ALUM ELEC FC
Panasonic
EEU-FC1V330
Digi-Key
P10290
NO ALT PART NO.
1
9
2
1
4
1
4
2
1
1
CAP 0.1UFD, 100V,
CERM 0805 X7R
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Qty.
1
2
1
RefDes
Description
MFG
Part No.
MFG
Vendor
Vendor
Part No.
Alternate
Part No.
C4
CAP 47UFD 16V, RAD
ALUM ELEC FC
Panasonic
EEU-FC1C470
Digi-Key
P11196
NO ALT PART NO.
C2, C11
CAP 22UFD 25V, RAD
ALUM ELEC FC ROHS
Panasonic
EEU-FC1E221
Digi-Key
P10271
NO ALT PART NO.
C38
CAP 33UFD 25V, RAD
ALUM ELEC FC
Panasonic
EEU-FC1E331L
Digi-Key
P10272
NO ALT PART NO.
R7, R9–R11
RES 3.3Ω, 1/16W, 5%,
SMD, 0603
Yageo
9C06031A3R30JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-3.3GTR
311-3.3GCT
R5
RES 1.21kΩ, 1/16W, 1%,
SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF1211V
Digi-Key
P1.21KHTR
P1.21KHCT
R8
RES 4.99kΩ, 1/16W, 1%,
SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF4991V
Digi-Key
P4.99KHTR
P4.99KHCT
R1
RES 22.1kΩ, 1/16W, 1%,
SMD 0603
Panasonic
ERJ-3EKF2212V
Digi-Key
P22.1KHTR
P22.1KHCT
R6
RES 1.0kΩ, 1/4W, 5%,
SMD 1206
Yageo
9C12063A1R00JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-1.0ETR
311-1.0ECT
R3, R4, R12
RES 10Ω, 1/4W, 5%, SMD
1206
Yageo
9C12063A10R0JLHFT
Digi-Key
311-10ETR
311-10ECT
R2
RES 24Ω, 1/2W, 5%, SMD
1210
Panasonic
ERJ-P14J240U
Digi-Key
P24ASTR
P24ASCT
L1–L4
Inductor 10UH 28mΩ,
4.4A, DS106C2
Toko
Toko
B966AS-100M
NO ALT PART NO.
JP1
Header, 2 pin male,
straight, gold
Sullins
PZC02SAAN
Digi-Key
S1011-22
NO ALT PART NO.
J2
Header, 2 pin male
straight, tin, fric. lock
Molex
22-23-2021
Digi-Key
WM4200
No alternate part
number
J1
Header, 2x14 pin male
gold PCB-RA
Sullins
PZC14DBAN
Digi-Key
S2111-14
NO ALT PART NO.
G1
PC testpoint, white
Keystone
Electronics
5002
Digi-Key
5002K
NO ALT PART NO.
J4, J6, J8
Binding Post, black brass
60V, 30A
Pomona
5018-0
Newark
50F1463
NO ALT PART NO.
J3, J5, J7
Binding post, red brass
60V, 30A
Pmona
5018-2
Newark
50F1464
NO ALT PART NO.
HW1–HW4
Standoff 4-40 Threaded
M/F 0.75 in. ALUM-HEX
Keystone
Electronics
8403
Digi-Key
8403K
NO ALT PART NO.
HW1–HW4
LockWasher, #4
internal-tooth, Zinc/Steel
Building
Fasteners
INT LWZ 004
Digi-Key
H236
NO ALT PART NO.
HW1–HW4
Hex Nut, 4-40, Zinc/Steel
Building
Fasteners
HNZ440
Digi-Key
H216
NO ALT PART NO.
RESISTORS
4
1
1
1
1
3
1
INDUCTORS
4
B966AS-100M
JACKS, HEADERS, AND CONNECTORS
1
1
1
TESTPOINTS AND BINDING POSTS
1
3
3
STANDOFFS AND HARDWARE
4
4
4
Component Count: 80
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non-designated products in automotive applications, TI will not be responsible for any failure to meet such requirements.
Following are URLs where you can obtain information on other Texas Instruments products and application solutions:
Products
Applications
Amplifiers
amplifier.ti.com
Audio
www.ti.com/audio
Data Converters
dataconverter.ti.com
Automotive
www.ti.com/automotive
DSP
dsp.ti.com
Broadband
www.ti.com/broadband
Interface
interface.ti.com
Digital Control
www.ti.com/digitalcontrol
Logic
logic.ti.com
Military
www.ti.com/military
Power Mgmt
power.ti.com
Optical Networking
www.ti.com/opticalnetwork
Microcontrollers
microcontroller.ti.com
Security
www.ti.com/security
RFID
www.ti-rfid.com
Telephony
www.ti.com/telephony
Low Power
Wireless
www.ti.com/lpw
Video & Imaging
www.ti.com/video
Wireless
www.ti.com/wireless
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