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ADS1x9xECG-FE Demonstration Kit
User's Guide
Literature Number: SLAU384A
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Overview ............................................................................................................................ 6
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Introduction ............................................................................................................... 6
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Features Supported in this Version ................................................................................... 6
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Software Installation ............................................................................................................ 7
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Minimum Requirements ................................................................................................ 7
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Installing the Software (PC application) .............................................................................. 7
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Installing the USB Drivers ............................................................................................ 12
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Running the Software ........................................................................................................ 16
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Overview of the Features ............................................................................................. 17
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ADS1x9xECG-FE Hardware Introduction .............................................................................. 27
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Power Supply ........................................................................................................... 27
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Clock ..................................................................................................................... 28
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Memory .................................................................................................................. 28
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Accessing ADS1x9x Digital Signals ................................................................................. 28
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GPIO Test Points ...................................................................................................... 28
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Analog Inputs ........................................................................................................... 28
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USB Interface ........................................................................................................... 29
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Onboard Key Interface ................................................................................................ 29
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Visual Indication ........................................................................................................ 30
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Evaluation of ECG and Respiration Specific Functions .......................................................... 30
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Evaluation Mode (Analysis Mode) ................................................................................... 31
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Live Data Streaming Mode ........................................................................................... 32
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USB-Based Firmware Upgrade ............................................................................................ 37
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Connector Interface ........................................................................................................... 38
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DB9 ECG Electrode Connector ...................................................................................... 39
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USB Mini Connector ................................................................................................... 39
Appendix A ECG Cable Details .................................................................................................... 40
Appendix B ADS1x9x EVM Bill of Materials (BOM) ........................................................................ 41
Appendix C PCB Layout and Schematics ..................................................................................... 46
C.1
PCB Layout ............................................................................................................ 46
C.2
Schematics ............................................................................................................ 49
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Hardware Wizard Screen 4 ..............................................................................................
Hardware Wizard Screen 5 ..............................................................................................
Hardware Wizard Screen 6 ..............................................................................................
Device Manager Screen ..................................................................................................
EVM not connected Error Message .....................................................................................
Register Configuration - Channel Registers ...........................................................................
Register Configuration – LOFF and RLD...............................................................................
Register Configuration – GPIO ..........................................................................................
Register Configuration – Respiration Registers .......................................................................
Register Configuration – Register Map .................................................................................
PC Application Analysis – SCOPE ......................................................................................
PC Application Analysis - Histogram....................................................................................
PC Application Analysis - FFT ...........................................................................................
PC Application Analysis – ECG .........................................................................................
PC Application Analysis – ADS1292R Respiration (Low Pass Filter Enabled) ...................................
PC Application Save ......................................................................................................
PC Application Live ECG for ADS1292R...............................................................................
PC Application Live Respiration Channel ..............................................................................
Simulator Connection .....................................................................................................
Switch Positions ...........................................................................................................
Firmware Architecture.....................................................................................................
Evaluation Mode Data Flow for ADS1292R............................................................................
Live Data Stream Mode Data Flow for ADS1292R ...................................................................
Frequency Response for the IIR Filter ..................................................................................
Frequency Response for the MBF Filter (Full View) ..................................................................
Frequency Response for the MBF Filter (50Hz Notch) ...............................................................
Frequency Response for the MBF Filter (Sharp cut off Around 150Hz) ...........................................
Frequency Response for the Band Pass Filter ........................................................................
PC Application Firmware Upgrade - 1 ..................................................................................
PC Application Firmware Upgrade - 2 ..................................................................................
PC Application Firmware Upgrade - 3 ..................................................................................
DB9 ECG Connector Pin Outs...........................................................................................
USB Mini Connector Pin Outs ...........................................................................................
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User's Guide
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ADS1x9xECG-FE Demonstration Kit
This user's guide describes the characteristics, operation, and use of the ADS1x9xECG-FE. This
demonstration kit models the ADS1192, ADS1292 and ADS1292R. The family of devices are two-channel,
16/24-bit, low-power, integrated analog front-end (AFE) designed for portable electrocardiogram (ECG)
and respiration applications. The ADS1x9xECG-FE is intended for prototyping and evaluation. This user's
guide includes a complete circuit description, schematic diagram, and Bill of Materials.
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Important Disclaimer Notice
NOTICE: The ADS1x9x demonstration kits are intended for feasibility and evaluation testing only in
laboratory and development environments. This product is not for diagnostic use. This product is
not for use with a defibrillator:
• The ADS1x9xECG-FE to be used only under these conditions:
– The ADS1x9xECG-FE demonstration kit must not be used for diagnostic purposes.
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– The ADS1x9xECG-FE demonstration kit is intended solely for evaluation and development
purposes. It is not intended for use and may not be used as all or part of an end equipment
product.
– The ADS1x9xECG-FE demonstration kit should be used solely by qualified engineers and
technicians who are familiar with the risks associated with handling electrical and mechanical
components, systems and subsystems.
– You are responsible for the safety of you and your employees and contractors when using or
handling the ADS1x9x demonstration kit. Furthermore, you are fully responsible for the contact
interface between the human body and electronics; consequently, you are responsible for
preventing electrical hazards such as shock, electrostatic discharge, and electrical overstress of
electric circuit components.
Pentium, Celeron are trademarks of Intel Corporation.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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Overview
2.1
Introduction
NOTE: From this point on, unless otherwise noted, ADS1x9x refers to ADS1192, ADS1292 and
ADS1292R based demonstration kits.
This user’s guide describes ADS1x9x software and hardware. The appendix contains the Bill of Materials
and schematic design. The demonstration board shown in Figure 1 is provided to accomodate evaluation
and system development activities related to ADS1x9x devices.
Figure 1. ADS1x9xECG-FE Demonstration Kit
The hardware is designed so all of the following ECG front end devices can be evaluated:
1. ADS1292 – 2 channels at 24 bits
2. ADS1292R – 2 channel at 24 bit with respiration
3. ADS1291 – 1 channel at 24 bit
4. ADS1191 – 1 channel at 16 bit
5. ADS1192 – 2 channel at 16 bit
The board can be assembled with any of these chips. ADS1292, ADS1292R and ADS1192 demonstration
kits are available. The MSP430 firmware and PC application are designed to automatically detect the
installed part and configure to accommodate the part.
Throughout this document, the term demonstration kit is synonymous with the ADS1x9xECG-FE.
2.2
Features Supported in this Version
1. Four electrode ECG cable support
2. View six ECG Leads: Lead I, Lead II, Lead III, Lead aVR, Lead aVL, Lead aVF and respiration channel
(ADS1292R only) .
3. Two modes of operation: Evaluation and Live ECG / Respiration
4. Acquire data at up to 8 kHz in Evaluation mode
5. Current based Lead off detection
6. USB based power and PC application connectivity
7. Access to all ADS1x9x registers via an easy to use GUI.
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8. Built-in time domain, histogram, FFT and ECG / Resp related analysis on the PC application
9. Live ECG with heart rate calculation.
10. Live Respiration wave with respiration rate calculation
11. USB based firmware upgrade option
12. MSP430 Firmware debugging using ez430 USB emulator
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Software Installation
3.1
Minimum Requirements
Before installing the software, verify that your PC meets the minimum requirements outlined in this section
3.1.1
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Required Setup for ADS1x9xECG-FE Demo Software
IBM PC-compatible computer
Pentium™ III/ Celeron™ 866 MHz or equivalent processor
Minimum 256 MB of RAM (512 MB or greater recommended)
Hard disk drive with at least 200 MB free space
Microsoft Windows® XP SP2 operating system or Windows 7 operating system
1280 × 1024 or greater display screen resolution
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Additional Requirements for use with Hardware
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USB to mini USB cable
DB9 ECG Cable
3.1.2
3.2
Installing the Software (PC application)
Before installing the software, make sure the ADS1x9xECG-FE is NOT connected to the PC. If using a
machine with Windows 7, we recommend having administrator rights to avoid problems during installation.
Unzip the installer file, and then find and double click setup.exe to install the software. Unless otherwise
specified during the install process, the software installs at C:\Program Files\Texas
Instruments\ADS1x9xEVM. It creates a program menu item ADS1x9xEVM under Programs → Texas
Instruments → ADS1x9xevm to execute the software. The following steps ensure proper installation of the
PC application.
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Click on setup.exe and the following screen appears. Click “Next”
Figure 2. PC Application Installation Screen 1
Accept the License Agreement and click “Next”.
Figure 3. PC Application Installation Screen 2
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Accept the License Agreement and click “Next”.
Figure 4. PC Application Installation Screen 3
The LabVIEW application software is installed now. Click “Next” to install the Microsoft C++ 2008
Redistributable Package (x86).
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If your system already has the Microsoft C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86) installed, then the
following screen appears. Click “Cancel” to proceed.
Figure 6. PC Application Installation Screen 5
Click “Finish” to complete the installation procedure.
Figure 7. PC Application Installation Screen 6
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If your system does not have the Microsoft C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86) installed, then the
following screen appears. Click “Next”.
Figure 8. PC Application Installation Screen 7
Accept the license terms and click “Install”.
Figure 9. PC Application Installation Screen 8
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Click “Finish” to complete the installation.
Figure 10. PC Application Installation Screen 9
The following screen might appear for the first time installation. Restart the machine.
Figure 11. PC Application Installation Screen 10
The PC application is now ready to use.
3.3
Installing the USB Drivers
The communication interface between the ADS1x9xECG-FE board and PC is through USB using CDC
profile. A onetime installation of the USB driver is required for the communication between ADS1x9xECGFE and PC application.
The following steps will ensure proper installation of the USB drivers.
1. Plug-in USB to mini USB cable to P1 of ADS1x9xECG-FE and the other end to the USB port on the
PC.
2. The operating system will prompt for USB driver for the “ADS1x9x - ECG Recorder” device. When the
wizard comes up, select the options “No, not this time” as shown in Figure 12. Click “Next”
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Figure 12. Hardware Wizard Screen 1
Select the option “Install from a list or specific locations (Advanced)” and click “Next”.
Figure 13. Hardware Wizard Screen 2
As shown in Figure 14 navigate to the directory in which “MSP430-CDC.inf” file is located (C:\Program
Files\Texas Instruments\ADS1x9xevm\USB Drivers). This file will be copied to the directory while installing
the PC application.
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Click “Next”
Figure 14. Hardware Wizard Screen 3
Figure 15. Hardware Wizard Screen 4
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For the following warning message click on “Continue Anyway”
Figure 16. Hardware Wizard Screen 5
Click on Finish
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The ADS1x9xECG-FE now will get recognized as Virtual COM port under Device Manager as shown in
Figure 18.
Figure 18. Device Manager Screen
The USB driver installation is now complete and ADS1x9xEVM is now ready to use.
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Running the Software
From the Start menu, select Programs>Texas Instruments>ADS1x9xevm to run the ADS1x9xEVM
software. Unless the hardware has been disconnected, the user will observe messages that confirm that
the connection has been established and the program will wait in idle mode for user input.
If the connection to the ADS1x9xECG-FE board is not established, then the program will prompt the user
to check the connection between the PC and ADS1x9xECG-FE and retry.
Figure 19. EVM not connected Error Message
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4.1
Overview of the Features
This section provides a quick overview of the various features and functions of the ADS1x9xECG-FE
software package.
The main tabs consist of:
• About
• ADC Register - Allows the user to configure all the ADS1x9x user registers
• Analysis - Allows the user to view and analyze the raw data
• Save - Allows the user to write data samples and analysis results to a file
• Live ECG\RESP Display - Provides streaming ECG signals along with heart rate, lead off information
and respiration
4.1.1
ADC Registers Tab
The ADC register tab allows the user to configure the various registers of the ADS1x9x. Please see the
ADS1x9x datasheet for register details of the chip.
NOTE: The ADS1x9xECG-FE GUI only supports Continuous Conversion Mode. Single Shot Mode is
not supported.
Figure 20. Register Configuration - Channel Registers
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The LOFF and RLD tab consists of the settings to enable lead-off, selecting the channels for lead-off
detection and deriving the Right Leg Drive signal. General options including clocking are also available on
this tab.
Figure 21. Register Configuration – LOFF and RLD
The GPIO Registers tab consists of the GPIO settings.
Figure 22. Register Configuration – GPIO
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The Respiration Registers tab consists of the settings needed for respiration and RLD reference signals.
The respiration controls are specific to the ADS1292R, they are not applicable for the ADS1192 and
ADS1292.
Figure 23. Register Configuration – Respiration Registers
The Registers Map tab reads back the register bit values from the ADS1x9xECG-FE. The Refresh
Registers button provided in this tab read back the register values from the ADS1x9xECG-FE at any time.
Figure 24. Register Configuration – Register Map
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Analysis Tab
The Analysis tab consists of various analysis routines and displays. The following sub-tabs are available
for the Analysis tab
• Scope
• Histogram
• FFT
• ECG\Resp Display
The data is acquired from the EVM by clicking ACQUIRE button. The number of samples (block size) to
be acquired must be given in the space provided. The CONTINUOUS button acquires the data from the
EVM continuously in the designated block size.
Scope Sub-Tab
The Scope sub-tab displays the data in the time-domain. The units are converted from codes to volts
using the voltage reference value set in the ADC Registers tab and are plotted as either input referred
(output divided by PGA gain setting) or non-input referred using the checkbox located in the top right
corner of the GUI. The Scope Analysis button activates a pop-up that displays the mean voltage, root
mean square (RMS) voltage and peak to peak voltage for noise analysis.
Figure 25. PC Application Analysis – SCOPE
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The following main buttons/controls are available in this sub-tab
Button/Control
Description
Scope Analysis
Displays the mean, root mean square (RMS), and peak-to-peak for noise analysis of the acquired data
Plot
Channel selection button allow selecting All channels, Channel 1, or Channel 2 for display
Histogram Sub-Tab
The Histogram sub-tab displays the data in a histogram format for the two channels. The data is arranged
in the total number of histogram bins set within the tab following acquisition. The Histogram Analysis
button can be used to view the mean voltage, root mean square (RMS) voltage and peak to peak voltage
for analysis.
Figure 26. PC Application Analysis - Histogram
The following buttons/controls are available in this sub-tab
Button/Control
Description
Histogram Analysis
Runs histogram of the selected channel(s) for the selected number of samples
Plot
Channel selection button allow selecting all channels or Channel 1 or Channel 2 for the display
Histogram Bins
Set the total number of bins to arrange the individual channels
Display Plane(Right click on
the display area and then
select “Optional Plane”
menu item)
Various display planes can be selected for the histogram display. The options available are:
• Nyquist
• Nichols
• S Plane
• Z Plane
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FFT Sub-Tab
The FFT sub-tab displays the data in the frequency domain by performing a FFT on the two channels.
Details of the FFT, including SNR, THD, etc. can be viewed using the FFT Analysis button located in the
bottom left corner of the display.
Figure 27. PC Application Analysis - FFT
Button / Control
Description
FFT Analysis
Runs FFT analysis of the selected channel(s) and result will be shown on the pop-up window
Plot
Channel selection button allow selecting All channels, Channel 1, or Channel 2 for display
AC Analysis Parameters
Section
Various AC analysis parameter configuration
Coherent Frequency Calculator Provision for entering desired Ain Frequency
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User Defined Dynamic Range
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ECG\RESP Sub-Tab
The ECG\RESP Display sub-tab displays the ECG data for Lead I, Lead II, Lead III, Lead aVR, Lead aVL,
or Lead aVF for the ADS1192 and ADS1292. The ADS1292R only displays Lead I or Respiration data.
Figure 28. PC Application Analysis – ECG
Figure 29. PC Application Analysis – ADS1292R Respiration (Low Pass Filter Enabled)
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The following buttons/controls are available in this sub-tab:
Button/Control
Description
Plot Set
Option to select ECG Lead I, Lead II, Lead III, Lead aVR, Lead aVL, Lead aVF or Respiration Channel
(ADS1292R only)
High Pass Filter
Provision for enabling a high pass filter with support for selecting the order of the filter and cut off frequency (1)
Low Pass Filter
Provision for enabling a low pass filter with support for selecting the order of the filter and cut off frequency (1)
Notch Filter
Provision for enabling a notch filter for 50Hz or 60Hz with support for selecting the order of the filter. This filter
will be applied on the acquired data for the sampling rate of 500SPS (1)
(1)
Post- processing for filter done in GUI.
Apart from the above specific buttons / control on each sub-tabs, the following options are available by
right-clicking in the display area:
4.1.3
Display Options
Description
Auto scaling
Both x-scale and y-scale auto scaling is possible. User can enable or disable this feature
Export Data
The displayed data can be exported to excel or Clipboard
Annotation Provision
Provision provided for creating and deleting annotation
Visible Items selector
Option to display x-scale, y-scale, Plot legends, x-scrollbar
Plot legend options
Plot legend gives various option to change the color of the plotting, various plotting styles etc
Save Tab
The Save tab provides provisions to save the analysis or data to a file. By default, the data is saved to
C:\Program Files\Texas Instruments\ADS1x9xevm\saved. Use the Directory to Save Files option to
select the folder where data is to be saved. In the pop up window, navigate to the folder where the file is
to be saved and select Use Current Folder. Then select Save to File to save the file.
Figure 30. PC Application Save
The following options are provided in the Save tab.
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Button/Control
Description
Scope Analysis
For saving scope analysis result.
The result will be saved in the file “Device_<record number>_Analysis.xls”.
FFT Analysis
For saving FFT analysis result.
The result will be saved in the file “Device_<record number>_Analysis.xls”.
Histogram
Analysis
For saving histogram analysis result.
The result will be saved in the file “Device_<record number>_Analysis.xls”.
Register Setting
All the current register values will be read from the EVM and stored.
The result will be saved in the file “Device_<record number>_Analysis.xls”.
Data - Codes
Acquired data sample values will be stored to the file “Device_ <record number>_Codes.xls”
Data - Volts
Acquired data sample’s voltage values will be stored to the file “Device_ <record number>_Volts.xls”
FFT Data
Acquired data sample’s FFT values will be stored to the file “Device_ <record number>_FFT.xls”
Histogram Data
Acquired data sample’s histogram values will be stored to the file “Device_ <record number>_Histogram.xls”
The Record Number saves files with the provided number in the file name. There are options to select
Channel 1 and Channel 2 while saving the corresponding data to the file.
User notes also can be added to the file by typing the notes in the User Comments control.
4.1.4
Live ECG / RESP Display Tab
Live ECG and respiration data are shown on the Live ECG/RESP Display tab. This tab also shows the
heart rate, respiration rate and lead-off information.
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Figure 32. PC Application Live Respiration Channel
Live ECG display or respiration display is started by clicking on Start Data Streaming and can be stopped
by clicking on Stop Data Streaming.
The following buttons/controls are available in this sub-tab:
Buttons/Control
Description
Lead selection
The following can be selected for the live display
● ECG Lead I
● ECG Lead II
● ECG Lead III
● ECG Lead aVR
● ECG Lead aVL
● ECG Lead aVF
● Respiration Channel (ADS1292R only)
Signal BW
Signal bandwidth can be selected to either 40 Hz or 150 Hz. The filter on the EVM board is
automatically enabled based on the selection made.
Notch filter
Provision for selecting either 50-Hz or 60-Hz notch filter. The filter on the EVM board is
automatically enabled based on the selection made.
Auto scaling
(Right-click on the display area)
Both x-scale and y-scale auto scaling is possible. User can enable or disable this feature.
Export data
(Right-click on the display area)
The displayed data can be exported to EXCEL™ or the clipboard.
Visible items selector
(Right-click on the display area)
Option to display x-scale, y-scale, plot legends, x-scrollbar.
Plot legend options
(Right-click on the plot legend)
Plot legend gives various option to change the color of the plot, various plotting styles, etc.
The Lead-off Status is interpreted as shown in the table below.
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Leads
Lead Off Status
LL off
IN2P is red
RA off
IN2N and IN1N are red
LA off
IN1P is red
Monitoring lead-off information is achieved by polling the Status byte in the data-word after each
conversion. Within the ADS1x9xECG-FE software, there are two ways to view the Lead-Off Status. Within
the Live ECG\RESP tab, the information about the lead status is shown in the upper right corner of the
GUI. Within the Analysis tab, a pop-up window showing the status can be viewed by clicking on the
Show/Poll Lead-Off Status button.
5
ADS1x9xECG-FE Hardware Introduction
The key features of the ADS1x9x analog front end demonstration board are:
• Based on MSP430F5529
• ADS1192 and ADS1292 suitable for six leads of ECG: Lead I, Lead II, Lead III, Lead aVR, Lead aVL,
or Lead aVF
• ADS1292R suitable for one lead of ECG (Lead I) and respiration channel
• Low power consumption (350 Micro Watt/channel)
• Data Rate ranges from 125 SPS to 8 kSPS
• Unipolar Operation
• Lead off detection circuitry
• On chip oscillator and reference
• On chip RLD amplifier
• SPI data interface
• 8Gb NAND Flash support
The ADS1x9xECG-FE can be used as a demo board for standard six lead ECG and respiration channel
using four electrode inputs. Defibrillator protection and patient protection circuitry are not provided on the
ADS1x9xECG-FE board. The printed circuit board (PCB) and schematic are shown in Appendix C.
MSP430F5529 (U7) is the micro-controller used on the board. For more details of the MSP430F5529
please visit http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/print/msp430f5529.html
The following sections explain the main hardware components available on the ADS1x9xECG-FE.
5.1
Power Supply
ADS1x9x can operate from 2.7 V to 5.25 V analog supply (AVDD/AVSS) and 1.65 to 3.6V (DVDD) digital
supply. In this design the ADS1x9x is operated at 3 V analog and 3.3 V digital.
The power for the board is derived from the USB input (P1) through a forward biased diode (D3) to avoid
reverse current flow. The USB data bus is ESD protected using TI’s ESD protection diode array
TPD4E004DRYR (U2). The USB VBUS is fed to the integrated Li-ion linear charger and system powerpath management module, BQ24032ARHLR (U8), which generates greater than 4.2V output (VCC_BAT).
This output is then fed to TI’s low-power linear voltage regulator, TPS73033 (U16), for generating
regulated 3.3V for digital section of the board. The 3V supply for the analog section is derived from
VCC_BAT using TI’s low dropout voltage regulator TPS73201 (U10).
The inductors L3, L4, L5 and L7 are used to minimize the power supply noise induced by the power
supply regulators.
The test points TP25, TP32 are provided to make sure the power supplied to the board is correct. The
corresponding voltages are given in the table below. The analog power supply (ADS_AVDD) is also
brought out on connector P3.
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Sl NO
Test Point
Description
1
TP25
3.3 V
2
TP32
ADS_AVDD, 3.0 V
Clock
The ADS1x9x includes an on-chip circuit which generates a 512 kHz clock, ±2% over temperature. For
application requiring higher accuracy the ADS1x9x can also use an external clock signal. The
demonstration kit provides the firmware option to select either an internal or external clock for testing. The
demonstration kit also provides the option to generate an external clock for the ADC from the MSP430 or
onboard oscillator.
Oscillators O2 (24MHz) and O3 (32.768 KHz) are used by the micro-controller.
Clock Type
5.3
R21
R24
Clock SEL
Internal Clock
Not Installed
Not Installed
Mount R77 to Drive “high” on ADC_CLK_SCL
OR
Set P2.3 of MSP430 to Drive “high” on ADC_CLK_SCL.
External Clock
Not Installed
Installed
Mount R76 to Drive “low” on ADC_CLK_SCL
OR
Clear P2.3 of MSP430 to Drive “low” on ADC_CLK_SCL.
Memory
ADS1x9xECG-FE has 8GB NAND Flash memory (U14) installed for data storage.
5.4
Accessing ADS1x9x Digital Signals
ADS1x9x SPI interface with MSP430 can be accessed through the test points given in the table below:
5.5
Sl NO.
Signal
Test Points
1
ADC_CS
TP24
2
ADC_START
TP56
3
ADC_DOUT
TP47
4
ADC_SCLK
TP11
5
ADC_DIN
TP46
6
ADC_DRDY
TP52
7
ADC_RESET
TP53
8
CLK
TP42
GPIO Test Points
There are two GPIO connections between the ADS1x9x and the MSP430 micro-controller, which are
accessible through the test points given in the table below:
5.6
Sl NO.
Signal
Test Points
1
ADC_GPIO1
TP15
2
ADC_GPIO2
TP16
Analog Inputs
The ADS1x9xECG-FE gives the user the option to feed in the standard ECG/Respiration signals from a
patient simulator to the DB9 connector (P5).
The output from any typical patient simulator can be directly fed into the DB9 connector. For all
measurements in this user guide a Fluke medSim 300B simulator was used as shown in Figure 33.
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5.7
USB Interface
The ADS1x9xECG-FE has a mini USB interface for PC application connectivity requiring a standard mini
USB to USB cable for connection. ADS1x9xECG-FE is designed to work in the slave mode.
5.8
Onboard Key Interface
The ADS1x9xECG-FE board has four switches. Figure 34 details the position of each switch.
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SW1
SW3
SW2
SW4
Figure 34. Switch Positions
The function of each switch is defined in the following table:
5.9
Switch Number
Description
SW1
This switch is used to enable boot strap loader (BSL) MSP430 firmware.
SW2
Unused
SW3
This switch is used for hard reset of the board. The board will reset and start again with the firmware loaded.
SW4
Unused
Visual Indication
The demonstration kit has two LEDs to indicate various operating states. The flashing green LED (D2)
indicates the ADS1x9xECG-FE is in the idle state and steady blue LED (D1) indicates the micro-controller
is busy in servicing requests from the PC application.
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The micro-controller receives the two-channel data from ADC through the SPI interface to send to the PC.
The software is designed to handle the following activities:
• Data acquisition
• ADC Lead off detection
• DC signal removal
• Multi band pass filtering
• ECG lead formation
• QRS (HR) detection
• RR Detection
• USB communication
• Firmware upgrade through USB
The high level architecture of the firmware implementation for the ADS1292R is given below:
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Start
ADS1292R
DRDY interrupt
.
ADS1292R
SPI interrupt .
Initialize Peripherals
&
System parameters.
USB Receive
and Transmit
DMA Handler
1. Read ADS1292R data
2. Filter raw ECG data
3. Compute HR and RR.
4. Store packet to memory.
5. Update status on LED.
ADS1292R Data
Recording
Main loop : States
ADS1292R IDLE
1. Monitor user
commands.
ADS1292R REG
Configuration
1. Update/read reg.
2. Interface with PC
app.
3. Update status
LED’s
ADS1292R Data
streaming
ADS1292R Data
dumping
1. Read ADS1x9x data
2. Process raw data
3. Compute HR and RR.
4. Stream data to PC
application through
USB.
5. Update status on
LED.
1. Read packet from
memory.
2. Transfer data to PC
application through
USB.
3. Update Status on
LED’s.
ADS1292R Firmware
upgrade
1. Force firmware
to BSL code.
2. Upgrade
Firmware.
3. Reset firmware.
Figure 35. Firmware Architecture
The PC application consists of a LabVIEW front-end GUI with a back-end DLL written using C++. The DLL
interfaces with the Windows USB driver and communicates to the demonstration kit. The LabVIEW front
end GUI uses function calls to communicate with the demonstration kit through the DLL.
There are two general operating modes available in the system.
1. Evaluation Mode (Analysis Mode)
2. Live Data Streaming Mode
6.1
Evaluation Mode (Analysis Mode)
The Analysis Mode is used for the following requests:
1. Register setting
2. Register read
3. Data acquire
Firmware configures the ADC registers with default values during power on. Users can change the
register settings through the PC application GUI. The register setting request from the PC is processed by
the firmware and the appropriate register set command will be sent to the ADC.
During the data acquire request, the firmware will process the number of samples to be acquired as set in
the GUI. The firmware instructs the ADC to start the data conversion in continuous mode. Based on the
sampling rate configured, the ADC generates data ready pulses (DRDY) which are used by the microcontroller to indicate when to read data back. The data is stored in the onboard flash memory and later
sent to the PC application in individual packets. Each packet contains 8 samples which are 24bits in
length.
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Data Acquisition
SPI
SPI Interrupt
2 Channel Data
Reader
Data Packetize Module
(CH1 and CH2)
ADC data DRDY
Interrupt
Decode PC
Commands
ADS1292R Configuration
Module
USB
ADS1292R DATA FLOW DIAGRAM:
Evaluation Mode
USB
ECG and Respiration
PC Application
Figure 36. Evaluation Mode Data Flow for ADS1292R
6.2
Live Data Streaming Mode
The Live ECG / Live Respiration data streaming can be started from the PC applicationLive ECG \ RESP
Display tab by clicking Start Data Streaming. The PC application will set the sampling rate to 500SPS
before requesting the firmware to start the live data streaming.
The firmware will instruct the converter to run in continuous conversion mode, monitoring the DRDY
interrupt for notification as to when new data is ready. Based on the interrupt, the firmware reads the data
from the ADC.
The firmware applies the following filters on the data read:
1. DC removal IIR filter
2. Multiband-pass FIR filter with 50/60 Hz notch (user selectable) or band-pass filter
The filtered signal is used for detecting the heart rate, respiration rate and deriving ECG leads. Filters are
applied only for live data streaming mode.
The system data flow diagram for live data stream mode is given in Figure 37.
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Data Acquisition
Lead Off
Status
Respiration
Rate
Algorithm
(RR) CH1
RR
Decode PC
Commands
QRS
Algorithm
(HR) CH2
Respiration signal
Lead Off Status
ECG signal
ADC data DRDY
Interrupt
1 ECG Lead
DRDY
Interrupt
FIR
Filters for
ECG (CH2)
& Respiration (CH1)
IIR
Filter
(DC Removal)
HR
SPI
SPI Interrupt
2 ChannelData
Reader
Lead Off Status
From ADC
1 RESPIRATION CH.
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Lead Off Status
Memory
USB
USB
ADS1292R DATA FLOW DIAGRAM:
PROCESSED ECG and RESPIRATION
PC Application
Figure 37. Live Data Stream Mode Data Flow for ADS1292R
6.2.1
Filters
IIR Filter - DC signal removal
1st Order IIR filter is used to remove the DC component from the acquired data. The following transfer
function is used for the filter:
H(z) =
Y(z)
1 - z -1
=
X(z) 1 - az -1
(1)
To provide DC attenuation at 22dB, the value of alpha is chosen as 0.992. The IIR filter output is scaled
down to 16-bit and then provided to the FIR filter. The frequency response for the IIR filter is shown in
Figure 38.
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Figure 38. Frequency Response for the IIR Filter
Multiband-pass Filter
Multiband-pass filter (MBF) is used for removing unwanted signals and power line noise from the live data.
The MBF digital filter is a 161 order FIR filter with Hamming window having cut-off at 150Hz and notch at
50/60 Hz. The notch frequency is selectable from the PC application. This filter provides a very sharp cutoff around 150 Hz with attenuation more than 30 dB at the stop band. The notch at 50/60 Hz provides
attenuation of more than 30 dB. Sampling frequency is 500 samples/ second.
The frequency response of the filter with a 50 Hz notch is shown in Figure 39, Figure 40, and Figure 41.
Figure 39. Frequency Response for the MBF Filter (Full View)
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Figure 40. Frequency Response for the MBF Filter (50Hz Notch)
Figure 41. Frequency Response for the MBF Filter (Sharp cut off Around 150Hz)
Band Pass Filter
PC application allows the selection of a 161 order muscle artifact filter, which has a passband of 0.67 Hz
to 40 Hz. This filter provides a sharp cut-off at 40 Hz with attenuation of 30 dB at the stop band. The
frequency response for the filter is shown in Figure 42.
Figure 42. Frequency Response for the Band Pass Filter
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Lead Derivation
The demonstration kit is configured to generate two ECG leads (Lead I and Lead II) from the four
electrodes using two channels of the ADS1192 and ADS1292 data. The other four ECG leads are
computed from Lead I and Lead II using the following equations:
Lead III = Lead II - Lead I
Lead aVR = - Lead II + 0.5 * Lead III
Lead aVL = Lead I - 0.5 * Lead II
Lead aVF = Lead III + 0.5 * Lead
The ADS1292R demonstration kit is configured to generate one ECG lead (Lead I) and one respiration
channel from the four electrodes using the two channels.
6.2.3
QRS and Respiration Rate Detection
QRS detection is based on first derivative of the Lead I ECG signal and threshold. Once five consecutive
QRS are detected, the heart rate is calculated by taking average of the five RR intervals.
The following steps are involved for calculating heart rate:
1. Calculate first derivative of the Lead I ECG signal samples. The first derivative for any sample is
calculated as
y0(n) = |x(n+1) – x(–1)|
Where,
y0(n) is the first derivative.
x (n+1) is the sample value for (n + 1) th sample.
x (n – 1) is the sample value for (n – 1) th sample.
2. The initial two seconds of the first derivative is stored in a buffer and the maximum value (P) in this
buffer is obtained.
3. Calculate the threshold as 0.7 x P.
4. Whenever a derivative crosses the threshold, the ECG sample index (S1) of that particular sample is
marked.
5. The QRS peak is detected by scanning the next 40 derivatives (MAXIMA_SEARCH_WINDOW = 40)
and obtaining the maxima (M1) .This maxima (M1) value is stored in another buffer.
6. After detecting a QRS peak, the next 50 samples (SKIP_WINDOW = 50) are skipped to take care of
the minimum RR interval that can occur in the case of maximum detectable heart rate (i.e. 240 BPM).
7. Next five QRS peaks are detected by repeating steps 4 to 7.
8. RR interval is calculated as the number of samples between two consecutive QRS peaks.
9. Heart rate is calculated using the below formula HR per Minute = (60 * Sampling Rate)/ (Average RR
interval for 5 consecutive RR intervals )
10. Threshold also gets recalculated from the QRS peak values detected.
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Respiration rate for boards with the ADS1292R installed is calculated from the respiration waveform using
the similar algorithm mentioned above.
USB Receive and transmit module
The processed ECG and Respiration data including the heart rate, lead-off status, and respiration rate is
communicated to the PC, packet by packet, through the ECG interface. The packet contains 14 samples
of data, each being 16bits in width.
7
USB-Based Firmware Upgrade
The firmware on the ADS1x9xECG-FE can be changed from the PC application by selecting the
Firmware Upgrade option on the PC application. At the end of the firmware upgrade, the system issues a
reset command and will reload with new firmware. The firmware upgrade process steps are represented in
the below screen shots:
1. Select PC application menu File> Load Firmware
Figure 43. PC Application Firmware Upgrade - 1
2. The firmware upgrade application window and the application will detect the connected ADS1x9xECGFE.
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Figure 44. PC Application Firmware Upgrade - 2
3. Browse and select the firmware binary file (.txt file) and click “Upgrade Firmware”
Figure 45. PC Application Firmware Upgrade - 3
NOTE: The default firmware will be available at C:\Program Files\Texas
Instruments\ADS1x9xevm\Firmware.
4. Device will reset and come up with new firmware with itself.
8
Connector Interface
The following connectors used for external interface to ADS1x9x ECG recorder board.
• DB9
• USB mini connector
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Connector Interface
DB9 ECG Electrode Connector
Figure 46. DB9 ECG Connector Pin Outs
NO
Description
ERA
2
ELA
3
ELL
4
ERL
5
NC
No Connect
6
NC
No Connect
7
NC
No Connect
8,9
8.2
Signal
1
ECG_SHD_DRV
USB Mini Connector
Figure 47. USB Mini Connector Pin Outs
NO
Signal
Description
1
VBUS
USB power 5 V
2
D–
USB DM
3
D+
USB DP
4
ID
NC
5
GND
GND
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The DB9 ECG connector uses the following pin out.
Pin
Electrode Name
1
RA
2
LA
3
LL
4
RL
5
Open
6
Open
7
Open
8
Shield
9
Shield
Figure 48. ECG Cable Drawing
The ECG cable can be ordered through http://www.biometriccables.com/ using the part number
N26082011.
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The following pages show the bill of materials table, landscaped for readability.
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Table 1. Bill of Materials
Quantity
Item
ADS1292R
ADS1292
ADS1192
1
1
1
1
2
0
0
0
ANT1
Not Installed
Not Installed
Description
Printed Wiring Board
Manufacturer
Part Number
TI
6525569
3
0
0
0
C1 ,C2, C3, C4, C5, C11,
C12, C20, C26, C51, C54,
C55, C57, C61, C69, C71,
C73, C74, C78, C79, C80,
C83, C89, C90, C91, C92
4
10
10
10
C6, C34, C35, C36, C38, C41,
CAP CER 10UF 6.3V X5R 20% 0603
C43, C65, C70, C85
AVX
06036D106MAT2A
5
4
4
4
C7, C8, C21, C25
AVX
04025U100CAT2A
TDK
C1005X7R1C104K
CAP CER 4700PF 10V 0402 LOW DIST
Taiyo Yuden
LMK105SD472KV-F
CAP CER 4700PF 10V 0402 LOW DIST
Taiyo Yuden
LMK105SD472KV-F
CAP CER 0.047UF 10V 10% X7R 0402
Murata
GRM155R71A473KA01D
CAP CERM 1.0UF 10% 6.3V X5R 0402
AVX
04026D105KAT2A
CAP CER 10PF 50V NP0 RF 0402
6
18
18
18
C9, C13, C15, C19, C28, C31,
C33, C39, C44, C52, C63,
CAP CER 0.1UF 16V X7R 0402
C64,C67, C72, C76, C77,
C84, C87
7
2
2
2
C10
0
1
1
1
0
0
8
42
Ref Des
C24
9
8
8
8
C14, C18, C22, C27, C40,
C58, C86, C88
10
0
0
0
C16, C59, C62
Not Installed
11
2
2
2
C17, C66
CAP CER 0.22UF 16V X7R 0402
Murata
GRM155R71C224KA12D
12
1
1
1
C23
CAP CER 1500PF 50V X7R 0402
AVX
04025C152JAT2A
13
2
2
2
C29, C30
CAP CER 12PF 5% 50V NP0 0402
AVX
04025A120JAT2A
14
1
1
1
C32
CAP CER 0.47UF 16V X5R 0402
TDK
C1005X5R1C474K
15
3
3
3
C37, C81, C82
CAP CER 2.2UF 4.0V X5R 20% 0402
AVX
04024D225MAT2A
16
2
2
2
C42, C75
CAP CERM 10000PF 5% 16V X7R 0402
AVX
0402YC103JAT2A
17
2
0
0
C45, C47
CAP CERM 2200PF 10% 50V X7R 0402
AVX
04025C222KAT2A
18
2
0
0
CAP CER 0.1UF 16V X7R 0402
TDK
C1005X7R1C104K
19
0
2
2
RES 0.0 OHM 1/10W 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GE0R00X
20
2
0
0
CAP CERM 2200PF 10% 50V X7R 0402
AVX
04025C222KAT2A
21
0
2
2
RES 0.0 OHM 1/10W 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GE0R00X
22
1
1
1
C53
CAP CER 4.7UF 6.3V X5R 0402
Murata
GRM155R60J475ME87D
23
2
2
2
C56, C60
CAP CERM 47PF 5% 50V NP0 0402
AVX
04025A470JAT2A
24
1
1
1
C68
CAP TANT 22UF 6.3V 20% 0805
AVX
TACH226M006XTA
25
1
1
1
D1
LED 470NM BLUE CLEAR 0603 SMD
Rohm
SMLE12BC7TT86
26
1
1
1
D2
LED 565NM GRN DIFF 0603 SMD
Lumex
SML-LX0603GW-TR
27
1
1
1
D3
DIODE SCHOTTKY 400MW 20V SOD123
Diodes Inc
SD103CW-13-F
28
0
0
0
D4
Not Installed
29
0
0
0
L1, L2
Not Installed
C46,C48
C49, C50
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Quantity
Item
ADS1292R
ADS1292
ADS1192
30
1
1
1
L3
Ref Des
FERRITE CHIP 120 OHM 2000MA 0603
Description
Murata
Manufacturer
BLM18PG121SN1D
Part Number
31
2
2
2
L4,L7
FILTER CHIP 220 OHM 2A 0603
Murata
BLM18EG221SN1D
32
1
1
1
L5
INDUCTOR POWER 3.3UH 1.3A SMD
TDK
VLF4012AT-3R3M1R3
33
0
0
0
L6
Not Installed
34
0
0
0
O1
Not Installed
35
1
1
1
O2
CRYSTAL 24.0000MHZ 10PF SMD
Abracon
ABM3B-24.000MHZ-10-1-U-T
36
1
1
1
O3
CRYSTAL 32.768KHZ 12.5PF SMD
Abracon
ABS07-32.768KHZ-T
37
1
1
1
P1
CONN RCPT MINIUSB B 5POS SMD R/A
Molex Inc
513870530
38
0
0
0
P2
Not Installed
39
1
1
1
P3
3 pin Connector
Samtec
SSW-103-02-S-S-RA
40
0
0
0
P4
Not Installed
41
1
1
1
P5
CONN D-SUB RCPT R/A 9POS GOLD/FL
TE Connectivity
1734354-1
42
0
0
0
P6
Not Installed
43
1
1
1
Q1
TRANSISTOR NPN 25V 50MA SOT-23
On Semi
MMBT5089LT1G
Not Installed
44
0
0
0
R1, R3, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9,
R13, R15, R17, R21, R22,
R24, R25, R28, R39, R41,
R42, R47, R65, R67, R68,
R74, R76, R78, R79, R80,
R81, R83, R86, R88, R89,
R90, R91, R92, R93, R96,
R103
45
0
0
0
R2
Not Installed
RES 0.0 OHM .33W 0805 SMD
Vishay/Dale
CRCW08050000Z0EAHP
46
7
7
7
R4, R46, R60, R97, R108,
R111, R114
47
2
2
2
R10, R36
RES 1.0M OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ105X
48
3
3
3
R11, R12, R20
RES 33 OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ330X
49
1
1
1
R14
RES 1.40K OHM 1/10W 1% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2RKF1401X
1
0
0
R16
1
1
1
R73
RES 51K OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ513X
0
1
1
R85
15
15
15
R18, R19, R29, R30, R31,
R32, R33, R34, R38, R48,
R52, R53, R77, R94, R95
RES 10K OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ103X
RES 0.0 OHM 1/10W 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GE0R00X
RES 100K OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ104X
50
51
52
22
22
22
R23, R26, R27, R37, R40,
R44, R45, R49, R51, R54,
R55, R75, R84, R98, R99,
R100, R102, R105, R106,
R109, R110, R113
53
2
2
2
R35, R117
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Table 1. Bill of Materials (continued)
Quantity
Item
ADS1292R
ADS1292
ADS1192
54
3
3
3
R43, R101,R107
RES 1.0K OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ102X
55
1
1
1
R50
RES 33K OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ333X
56
1
1
1
R56
RES 130 OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ131X
57
1
1
1
R57
RES 220 OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ221X
58
1
1
1
R58
RES 47K OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ473X
59
1
1
1
R59
RES 46.4K OHM 1/10W 1% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2RKF4642X
60
1
1
1
R61
RES 30.9K OHM 1/10W 1% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2RKF3092X
61
4
0
0
R62, R64, R66, R72
RES 10.0M OHM 1/16W 1% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
CRCW040210M0FKED
62
2
0
0
RES 0.0 OHM 1/10W 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GE0R00X
63
0
2
2
RES 51K OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ513X
64
2
0
0
R69, R70
RES 40K OHM 0.15W 0.1% 0603
Vishay/Thin Film
PAT0603E4002BST1
65
2
2
2
R82, R115
RES 100 OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ101X
66
0
0
0
R87
Not Installed
67
1
1
1
R104
RES 4.7K OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ472X
68
1
1
1
R112
RES 10 OHM 1/10W 5% 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GEJ100X
69
2
2
2
R116, R118
RES 0.0 OHM 1/10W 0402 SMD
Panasonic
ERJ-2GE0R00X
70
2
2
2
SW1,SW4
SWITCH LT 6MM 160GF 5MM HEIGHT
Panasonic
EVQ-21505R
71
2
2
2
SW2,SW3
SWITCH TACT 2.36MM SILVR G-WING
C&K Components
KT11P2SM34LFS
72
0
0
0
TP1-TP60
73
0
0
0
U1
Not Installed
74
1
1
1
U2
4-Channel ESD-Protection Array
Texas Instruments
TPD4E004DRYR
75
0
0
0
U3
Not Installed
76
0
0
0
U4
Not Installed
77
1
0
0
2 channel Analog to Digital Converter (24 bit
with resp)
Texas Instruments
ADS1292RIPBS
2 channel Analog to Digital Converter (24 bit)
Texas Instruments
ADS1292IPBS
2 channel Analog to Digital Converter (16 bit)
Texas Instruments
ADS1192IPBS
44
Ref Des
R63, R71
U5
Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
78
0
1
0
79
0
0
1
80
1
1
1
U7
MSP Microcontroller
Texas Instruments
MSP430F5529IPNR
81
1
1
1
U8
Power-Path Management IC
Texas Instruments
BQ24032ARHLR
82
1
1
1
U9
2 bit Voltage Level Shfter
Texas Instruments
TXS0102DCTR
83
1
1
1
U10
3V Low-Dropout Regulator
Texas Instruments
TPS73201DBVT
84
0
0
0
U11
Not Installed
85
0
0
0
U12
Not Installed
86
0
0
0
U13
Not Installed
87
1
1
1
U14
8Gb NAND Flash
Micron
MT29F8G08ABABAWP:B
88
0
0
0
U15
Not Installed
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Quantity
Item
ADS1292R
ADS1292
ADS1192
89
1
1
1
U16
Ref Des
3.3V Linear Regulator
Description
90
0
0
0
U17
Not Installed
91
1
1
1
U18
Manufacturer
Part Number
Texas Instruments
TPS73033DBVR
3.3V supervisors
Texas Instruments
TPS3825-33DBVT
Battery Assembly
92
0
0
0
Connector on battery
CONN HOUSING 2POS .100 W/O RAMP
Molex
22012021
93
0
0
0
Connector on battery
CONN TERM CRIMP 18-24AWG TIN
Molex
8030303
94
0
0
0
Battery
4.2V Li Ion Battery
Power Stream
GM065080
95
0
0
0
Battery Cable
22 AWG red color cable
96
0
0
0
Battery Cable
22 AWG black color cable
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C.1
PCB Layout
The following pages show the PCB layout, landscaped for readability.
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C.2
Schematics
The schematics are appended to the end of this data sheet.
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49
5
4
3
Power
Module
Battery
D
2
1
USB
To PC
D
Application
Power
Data
C
1.ADS1292R - 24 bit 2 Ch
-- 1 Ch ECG
-- 1 Ch Respiration
BT
Module
USB
I2C
C
2.ADS1292 - 24 bit 2 Ch
-- 2 Ch ECG
3.ADS1192 - 16 bit 2 Ch
-- 2 Ch ECG
UART
SPI
JTAG
B
B
GPIO
Flash
Memory
GPIO
SPI
LEDs &
Keys
Micro SD
Optional
Must have modules
A
A
Title
Block Diagram
Size
B
Date:
5
4
3
2
Document Number
ADS1x9xECG FE
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Rev
A
Sheet
1
1
of
7
5
4
3
2
1
ADS_AVDD
DNI
C71
NI
Place the decoupling capacitors close to power pins in layout
ADS_DVDD
5
U15
R41
D
+ 3
NI
2
- 4
R35
C14
C15
100K
1uF
0.1uF 1uF
R37
TP15
ERL
0E
C69
R36
C23
1M
ADS_DVDD
C60
C56
47pF
47pF
AVSS
C49
2.2nF
1
AVSS
1
0.1uF
1
1
1
TP42
TP52
TP53
TP47
1
23
24
25
26
0E
0E
0E
0E
0E
0E
0E
R54
R55
R26
R23
R27
R44
R45
ADC_CS
ADC_START
ADC_DIN
ADC_SCLK
ADC_DOUT
ADC_DRDY
ADC_RESET
ADC_CLK
ADS_DVDD
2
PGA1N
1
VCAP1
VCAP2
11
27
C24
4.7nF
O1
C58
1uF
C4
NI
4
VDD
ENB
1
OUT
GND
2
TP34
AVSS
R70
External Clock
R77
C90
NI
AVSS
C
R2
NI
C22
1uF
ADS_DVDD
TP38
DNI
0E
RESP_MOD_P
40K
R21
R69 40K
C6
C9
10uF
0.1uF
RESP_MOD_M
AVSS
B
NI
NI
10K
ADC_CLK_SCL
AVSS
C87
C45
2.2nF
C19
3
R62
10M (1%)
C47
2.2nF
PGA2N
ADS1292R
R63
0.1uF
7
18
16
19
20
21
22
15
17
DNI
C89
NI
R64
10M (1%)
PGA2P
12
13
14
R72
PGA1P
ADS_AVDD
C46
0E
C10
4.7nF
0E
10M (1%)
R118
8
NI
R71
ADS_AVDD
IN1P
IN1N
RESP_MODP/IN3P
RESP_MODN/IN3N
C88
2.2nF
C91
AVSS
C50
0E
0.1uF
IN2P
IN2N
4
3
31
32
DNI
R66
10M (1%)
C48
6
5
NI
51K
1
1
51K
DNI
1uF 0.1uF
R85
ELL
R73
C92
CS#
START
DIN
SCLK
DOUT
DRDY#
PWDN#/RESET#
CLK
AVDD
AVSS
CLKSEL
NI
VREFP
VREFN
R16
DVDD
DGND
GPIO2/RCLK2
GPIO1/RCLK1
DNI
ADS_AVDD
B
RLDINV
RLDOUT
RLDIN/RLDREF
U5
100K
482016042
R116
28
30
29
R117
ERL
ELL
ELA
ERA
9
10
11
10
C
1
TP24
ADC_GPIO2
ADC_GPIO1
R34 10K
TP56
R32 10K
P5
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
C18
1
1.5nF
AVSS
TP11
NI
TP46
1
TP16
ECG_SHD_DRV
1
NI
1
D
R76
DNI
NI
Note:
For two channel ECG Do the following modification
1) Mount 51K resistor in place of R71 and R63
A
2) Mount 0 Ohm resistors in place of C48, C46, C49 and C50
ADS_DVDD
VCC_3_3
3) Make following components DNI
R66, R64, R72, R62, C47,C45,R70 and R69
R4
A
0E
L3
Title
BLM18PG121SN1P
ADS1292
Size
B
Date:
5
4
3
2
Document Number
ADS1x9xECG FE
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Rev
A
Sheet
1
2
of
7
5
4
3
2
1
D
D
ADS_AVDD
TP32
VCC_BAT
L5
1
OUT
IN
5
C
3.3uH
0E
C36
10uF
1
U10
R60
C
C40
1uF
3
2
R59
EN
GND
C37
2.2uF
46.4K
NR/FB
C38
10uF
C41
10uF
C39
0.1uF
4
AVSS
TPS73201
R61
30.9K
C42
0.01uF
R46
0E
B
B
AVSS
A
A
Title
ADS1292 Power Supply
Size
B
Date:
5
4
3
2
Document Number
ADS1x9xECG FE
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Rev
A
Sheet
1
3
of
7
U14
TP41
DNI
D
1
TP37
C64
0.1uF
1
1K
C63
0.1uF
TP33
1K
C43
10uF
12
37
R107
TP36
TP59
TP10
1
1
R101
1
SD CARD
1
TP54
2
VCC_3_3
VCC_3_3
NI
DNI
C
DNU1
DNU2
DNU3
NC17
NC16
NC15
NC18
MT298G08AAAWP
1
20
21
22
35
34
33
39
FLASH_IO0
FLASH_IO1
FLASH_IO2
FLASH_IO3
FLASH_IO4
FLASH_IO5
FLASH_IO6
FLASH_IO7
R68 R67 R65
C62
NI
NI
NI
C78
NI
NI
P2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
USD_CS
SPI_SIMO
SPI_SCLK
SPI_SOMI
RSV1
CS
DI
VCC
CLK
VSS
DO
RSV2
NI
C
4
3
2
1
R93
29
30
31
32
41
42
43
44
40
45
46
47
48
28
27
25
26
5
4
3
2
1
I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
I/O7
NC19
NC20
NC21
NC22
NC23
NC14
NC13
NC11
NC12
NC5
NC4
NC3
NC2
NC1
IO4
IO3
IO2
IO1
TP55
1
R94 10K
CE#
CE2#
CLE
ALE
WE#
RE#
R/B#
R/B2#
NC6
NC7
NC8
NC9
NC10
WP#
VSS
VSS
PRE/VSS2
VCC_3_3
9
10
16
17
18
8
7
6
11
14
15
23
24
19
13
36
38
0E
0E
0E
0E
0E
0E
0E
0E
R110
R106
R105
R98
R99
R109
R100
R102
FLASH_CE
FLASH_CE2
FLASH_CLE
FLASH_ALE
FLASH_WE
FLASH_RE
FLASH_RB
FLASH_RB2
VCC
VCC
1
1
D
3
1
TP58
TP57
4
1
TP30
5
GND
IO5
IO6
IO7
IO8
9
U11
NI
5
6
7
8
R75
0E
B
B
SW1
R82 100E
VUSB
PUR
EVQ-21505R
5% tol
R14
1.4K
1% tol
D3
VBUS
USB_DM
USB_DP
R12
R11
1
2
3
4
5
+
C7
10pF
U2
C52
0.1uF
1
2
4
5
C8
10pF
C53
4.7uF
VBUS
DD+
ID
GND
SHIELD1
SHIELD2
8
9
10
11
6
7
8
9
10
11
0513870530
IO1
IO2
IO3
IO4
R10
1M
5% tol
P1
SD103AW-13-F
33E
33E
A
6
VCC
GND
A
3
TPD4E004DRYR
Title
USB, Micro SD, USB Interfaces
Size
B
Date:
5
4
3
2
Document Number
ADS1x9xECG FE
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Rev
A
Sheet
1
4
of
7
4
3
2
1
MSP_DVDD
TP29
TP26
5
O2
C21
10pF
1
2
U9
3
4
3
4
ABM3B-24.000MHZ
XT2OUT
1
1
2
1
XT2IN
SBWTCLK
SBWTDIO
C25
10pF
SBWTCLK
TDO
TDI
TMS
TCK
D
XT2OUT
XT2IN
VUSB
C65
10uF
C67
0.1uF
AVCC1
AVSS1
FLASH_IO4
FLASH_IO5
FLASH_IO6
FLASH_IO7
FLASH_CE
FLASH_CLE
FLASH_ALE
FLASH_WE
FLASH_RE
FLASH_CE2
C29
12pF
XIN
XOUT
O3
ABS07-32.768KHZ-T
MSP_DVDD
C30
12pF
ADC_RESET
ADC_START
ADC_CS
C34
10uF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
57
58
P6_4/CB4/A4
P6_5/CB5/A5
P6_6/CB6/A6
P6_7/CB7/A7
P7_0/CB8/A12
P7_1/CB9/A13
P7_2/CB10/A14
P7_3/CB11/A15
P7_4/TB0_2
P7_5/TB0_3
12
13
P5_4/XIN
P5_5/XOUT
15
16
17
P8_0
P8_1
P8_2
18
DVCC1
19
20
DVSS1
VCORE
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
68
61
67
62
63
64
65
66
C13
0.1uF
C32
470nF
6
5
4
3
2
1
VCC
GND
C84
0.1uF
C86
1uF
NC
VCC
CLK
I/O
GND
NC
D
P4
851-93-006-20-001000
R19
10K
P3_4/UCA0RXD/UCA0SOMI
P3_5/TB0_5
P3_6/TB0_6
P3_7/TB0OUTH/SVMOUT
P4_0/PM_UCB1STE/PM_UCA1CLK
P4_1/PM_UCB1SIMO/PM_UCB1SDA
P4_2/PM_UCB1SOMI/PM_UCB1SCL
P4_3/PM_UCB1CLK/PM_UCA1STE
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
P4_4/PM_UCA1TXD/PM_UCA1SIMO
P4_5/PM_UCA1RXD/PM_UCA1SOMI
P4_6/PM_NONE
P4_7/PM_NONE
P5_6/TB0_0
P5_7/TB0_1
P7_6/TB0_4
P5_0/A8/VREF+/VEREF+
P5_1/A9/VREFN/VEREFN
P7_7/TB0CLK/MCLK
51
52
53
54
55
56
59
9
10
60
DVCC2
50
DVSS2
49
R18
10K
0E
R84
R20
BT_RX
BAT_SCL
BAT_SDA
USD_CS
SPI_SCLK
33E
1
1
1
C
TDO
TDI
TMS
TCK
TP43
TP39
TP40
1
1
1
1
TP21
TP23
TP27
TP28
SPI_SIMO
SPI_SOMI
STAT2
STAT1
BT_CS1
BT_RTS
R57
R56
220E
130E
MSP_DVDD
1
LED1
LED2
1
TP9
TP45
C31
0.1uF
B
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
31
30
29
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
B
1
8
6
SYS_RESET
P1_0/TA0CLK/ACLK
P1_1/TA0_0
P1_2/TA0_1
P1_3/TA0_2
P1_4/TA0_3
P1_5/TA0_4
P1_6/TA1CLK/CBOUT
P1_7/TA1_0
P2_2/TA2CLK/SMCLK
P2_1/TA1_2
P2_0/TA1_1
P2_3/TA2_0
P2_4/TA2_1
P2_5/TA2_2
P2_6/RTCCLK/DMAE0
P2_7/UCB0STE/UCA0CLK
P3_0/UCB0SIMO/UCB0SDA
P3_1/UCB0SOMI/UCB0SCL
P3_2/UCB0CLK/UCA0STE
P3_3/UCA0TXD/UCA0SIMO
C
7
B2
B1
OE
Q1
MMBT5089LT1G
MSP_DVDD
P5_2/XT2IN
P5_3/XT2OUT
TEST/SBWTCK
PJ_0/TDO
PJ_1/TDI/TCLK
PJ_2/TMS
PJ_3/TCK
RST/NMI/SBWTDIO
P6_0/CB0/A0
P6_1/CB1/A1
P6_2/CB2/A2
P6_3/CB3/A3
11
C33
0.1uF 14
VCCB
TXS0102DCTR
C83 NI
AVSS2
VSSU
V18
PU_0/DP
PUR
PU_1/DM
VBUS
VUSB
C35
10uF
A2
A1
GND
DNI
C17
220nF
U7
4
5
2
R58
47K
FLASH_IO0
FLASH_IO1
FLASH_IO2
FLASH_IO3
MSP_AVDD
VCCA
R40
0E
SBWTDIO
VBUS
USB_DM
PUR
USB_DP
C66
220nF
3
R83
MSP430F5529IPNR
BT_TX
VCC_3_3
MSP_DVDD
L7
BLM21PG220SN1B
D1
LED2
ADC_DOUT
SMLE12BC7TT86
BLM21PG220SN1B
VCC_3_3
BT_SLOW_CLK
LED1
VCC_3_3
ADC_SCLK
MSP_AVDD
L4
D2
SMLE12EC6TT86
NI
ADC_DRDY
FLASH_RB
BT_NSHUTDOWN
FLASH_RB2
BT_CTS
ADC_DIN
KEY1
KEY2
C85
10uF
ADC_CLK
R113
R49
R24
DNI
POW_CE
1
KEY2
3
2
1
NI
KEY1
EVQ-21505R
ADC_GPIO2
TP50
ADC_GPIO1
ADC_CLK_SCL
0E
0E
SW4
R95
10K
1
C76
0.1uF
TP18
4
SW2
KT11P2SM34LFS
A
A
Title
MSP430
Size
B
Date:
5
4
3
2
Document Number
ADS1x9xECG FE
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Rev
A
Sheet
1
5
of
7
5
4
3
R103
NI
1
RBI
2
3
VCC
VSS
P6
1
2
R47
NI
U17
PGM
10
GPIO
9
SRP
8
BAT_P
BAT_M
D
NI
1
TP51
TP20
1
PACK_P
D
1
TP17
DNI
Battery Fuel Gauge
2
R92
NI
R96
NI
R87
TP25
NI
NI
4
BAT_SCL
R90
NI
5
BAT_SDA
SDA
1
7
D4
C77
0.1uF
TP13
1
IN
3
EN
NI
BAT
OUT
5
NR
4
C75
0.01uF
TPS73033
C82
2.2uF
C73
NI
6
C26
NI
11
NI
VSS1
SRN
R91
0E
R88
SCL
VCC_3_3
U16
R97
1
C74
NI
VCC_BAT
GND
C80
NI
3.3V Power Supply
R89
2
1
C79
NI
1
NI
NI
TP22
C
C
VCC_3_3
3.3V Voltage Supervisor
POW_CE
C271uF
PSEL
POW_CE
ACPG
USBPG
R51 0E
1
8
9
18
19
LDO
PSEL
CE
ACPG#
USBPG#_/_VBSEL
TS
12
TS
ISET1
ISET2
10
7
ISET1
ISET2
STAT2
STAT1
DPPM
VSS
13
11
3
2
STAT2
STAT1
VCC_3_3
DNI R42
R29
R39
DNI
A
R52
R53
R38
R30
R31
TS
NI ISET1
10K ISET2
NI PSEL
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
R48
R43
R28
R33
BQ24032ARHLR
TP48
TP49
1
1
STAT2
STAT1
BAT2
BAT1
10K
1K
NI
10K
6
5
U18
4.7K
1
C28
0.1uF
USB
TMR
TP
C72
0.1uF
SW3
15
16
17
20
14
21
C70
10uF
OUT3
OUT2
OUT1
3
2
R112
4
5
VDD
4
MR#
10E
KT11P2SM34LFS
PACK_P
TP60
C20
NI
VBUS
B
R104
1
C16
NI
C44
0.1uF
VCC_BAT
AC
RESET#
1
RESET
3
R115
C81
2.2uF
1
U8
4
GND
TP31
DNI
SYS_RESET
100E
2
Battery Management
TPS3825
B
C68
22uF
R50
ADS_AVDD
33K
P3
SSW-103-02-S-S-RA
0E
R108
DNI
AVSS
ACPG
USBPG
POW_CE
STAT2
STAT1
R111
R114
0E
0E
3
3
1
1
2
2
A
Title
Power Supply
Size
B
Date:
5
4
3
2
Document Number
ADS1x9xECG FE
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Rev
A
Sheet
1
6
of
7
5
4
3
1
TP8
DNI
VCC_3_3
1
TP5
2
L6
U1
ANT1
D
1
D
L1
R9
R8
R7
R6
NI
NI
6
5
4
3
NI
NI
HCI_TX
HCI_RX
HCI_RTS
HCI_CTS
RF
13
1
1
VDD_IO
22
NI
BT_CS1
SPI_SCLK
SPI_SIMO
SPI_SOMI
C3
R79
NI
R80
R81
NI
NI
12
9
11
10
CS#
SCLK
MOSI
MISO/GDO1
VDD
18
VDCOUP1
VDCOUP2
7
15
GDO2
GDO0
14
13
NC4
NC5
NC6
DNC4
DNC5
DNC6
19
21
20
24
23
22
NI
VCC_3_3
23
21
CL1_5_LDO_IN
MLDO_IN
MLDO_OUT
NI
R5
SLOW_CLK
I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA
8
11
15
10
C2
NI
SLOW_CLK_IN
R3
TP3
TP2
1
1
9
24
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
NI
IO2
IO1
NC
DNC1
DNC2
DNC3
NC1
NC2
NC3
GND
GND
TP6
TP7
AUD_FSYNC
AUD_CLK
AUD_IN
AUD_OUT
NI
NI
U12
L2
C1
NI
VCC_1_8
7
19
18
17
R78
NI
NI
NI
C57
GDO2
1
TP44
R1
C
NSHUTD
16
SHUTDOWN
NI
C
TX_DBG
NI
TP35
1
12
14
20
GND
GND
GND
GND
2
1
TP4
TP1
1
NI
8
17
PAN_TX
PAN_RX
PAN_RTS
PAN_CTS
C59
NI
VCC_3_3
VCC_1_8
U13
NI
C55
VCC_3_3
16
3
4
5
6
BT_TX
BT_RTS
BT_RX
BT_IN_CTS
1
2
9
R25
NI
NI
VCCA
A1
A2
A3
A4
DIR1
DIR2
OE#
OUT
4
3
EN
GND
NC1
NC2
2
5
C5
C51
NI
NI
1.8V
VCC_3_3
C54
NI
U4
GND
R17
NI
VCCB
15
B1
B2
B3
B4
14
13
12
11
DIR3
DIR4
B
PAN_RX
PAN_CTS
PAN_TX
PAN_RTS
U3
C61
NI
7
8
R15
NI
SLOW_CLK
SHUTDOWN
1
VCCA
5
DIR
2
3
4
VCCB
8
B1
B2
7
6
R86
C12
NI
A1
A2
GND
GDO2
BT_CTS
R13
NI
DNI
R86
R22
NI
BT_IN_CTS
BT_SLOW_CLK
BT_NSHUTDOWN
10
C11
NI
IN
1
NI
VCC_1_8
VCC_1_8
B
6
1
NI
R74
R13
Description
NI
Mount
NI
Do Not
Mount
Do Not
Mount
When PANI315 Bluetooth module is used
(Default)
Mount
When A1101R09A Bluetooth module is used
A
A
Title
Bluetooth Module
Size
B
Date:
5
4
3
2
Document Number
ADS1x9xECG FE
Thursday, August 04, 2011
Rev
A
Sheet
1
7
of
7
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