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Introduction
The DRV2605L device is a haptic driver designed for linear resonant actuators (LRA) and eccentric
rotating mass (ERM) motors. The device has many features that help eliminate the design complexities of
haptic motor control including:
• Reduced solution size
• High-efficiency output drive
• Closed-loop motor control
• Quick device startup
• Embedded waveform library
• Auto-resonance frequency tracking
The DRV2605LEVM-MD evaluation module (EVM) is an evaluation platform for the DRV2605LDGS. The
kit includes 8 DRV2605L devices, MSP430F5510 microcontroller (MCU), terminal output support for up
eight LRAs or ERMs, DRV2605L-integrated waveforms licensed from Immersion, and capacitive touch
buttons which demonstrate the capabilities of the DRV2605L.
This user’s guide contains instructions for setting up and operating the DRV2605LEVM-MD.
Figure 1. DRV2605LEVM-MD
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Getting Started
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Getting Started
The DRV2605LEVM-MD demonstrates how the DRV2605L device can be used in applications that require
multiple haptic drivers (same slave addresses) to be setup independently but be played simultaneously.
The board integrates the TCA9548A I2C switch to control which I2C lines of the possible eight DRV2605L
drivers are connected to the master input I2C bus. The switch has the ability to select any combination of
channels to be connected to the master input I2C bus.
The board also integrates the MSP430F5510 device with USB interface capabilities and bootstrap loading
(BSL) functionality. The USB interfacing provides the user flexibility in controlling the DRV2605L device
without having to modify the firmware. The BSL functionality simplifies the firmware updating process
without the additional hardware and the use of Code Composer Studio™ software.
The board receives power in two ways. For applications that require two or less active DRV2605L devices
device at the same time, the board can be powered through a USB port. For applications that require
more than two drivers, the use of the external power supply terminals with a current rating of 1.6 A is
recommended. Manual selection of USB power or external power can be set using the jumper headers
MSP and DRV. When powered up, button 1 and button 2 (B1, B2) can be used to demonstrate the
functionality of the DRV2605L device. See Section 3 for a detailed description of the demonstration
application program.
Power selection for MSP430
and DRV2605L
USB Power
Actuator
Connections
OUT8
OUT7
OUT6
OUT5
DRV
USB
MSP
External Power
TCA9554A
DRV2605L DRV2605L DRV2605L DRV2605L
VBAT
BSL
DRV2605L
TCA9548A
SBW
Programmer
Connector
RESET
MSP430
DRV2605L DRV2605L DRV2605L DRV2605L
USER SW
B1
B2
Effect Buttons
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
Actuator
Connections
Figure 2. Board Diagram
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2.1
Quick Start Board Setup
The DRV2605LEVM-MD firmware contains haptic waveform sequences that showcase the features and
benefits of the DRV2605L device in a multi-driver application. Use the following setup instructions to begin
the demand evaluation process:
1. Connect 4 ERM actuators to the terminal block outputs 1 through 4, and connect 4 LRA actuators to
the terminal block outputs 5 through 8 on the board.
2. Connect the 5-V power supply to the VBAT terminal block.
3. Verify that the jumper connections on the board are correct as listed in Table 1.
4. Turn on the power supply. If the DRV2605LEVM-MD is powered correctly, the button LEDs turn on and
flash indicating that the board has been successfully initialized.
Table 1. Default Jumper Settings for Demonstration Program
POSITION
DESCRIPTION
J1
Shorted
Connects decoupling cap to the VDD pin, used for power consumption
measurements
J2
Shorted
3.3-V reference voltage for I2C transactions on the TCA9548A device
J3
Shorted
User LED
J4
Don’t care
User LED
J5
Shorted
Trigger and PWM input to the DRV2605L device
J6
Shorted
User switch
MSP
Short pins 2 to 3
VBAT power to the MSP430 device (Shown in Figure 3)
DRV
Short pins 2 to 3
VBAT power to the DRV2605L device (Shown in Figure 3)
DRV
MSP
JUMPER
Figure 3. Jumper Position for MSP and DRV Headers
NOTE: This board has the ability to control both ERM and LRA actuators at the same time. The
default firmware is set so that only the actuators that are connected to the board are active.
The connected driver and the actuator type must be hardcoded in the firmware in order for
the system to know the user’s hardware configuration. If the default configuration of 4 ERM
actuators on outputs 1 through 4 and 4 LRA actuators on outputs 5 through 8 is not desired,
see Section 3.4 for more details on how to customize the board.
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DRV2605L Demonstration Program
Several functionality sections can be initiated to demonstrate how the DRV2605LEVM-MD can be used for
multi-driver applications. The user can interact with the capacitive touch buttons to output a variety of
waveform sequences to the actuators externally connected to the board and to enable all the drivers and
I2C channels for full access to the DRV2605L devices through the I2C headers.
The user can also access USB functionality through the user switch. The capacitive touch buttons (B1 and
B2) and user switch (USER SW) have the following functionality:
• B1: The DRV2605L devices are setup individually and RTP mode is configured. Sequential button
presses activate the next DRV2605L device in sequential order starting at driver 1, ending at driver 8,
and then looping back to driver 1.
• B2:
– Mode 1 – Enables all of the drivers and channels of the TCA9548A device for the user to gain
access to all of the DRV2605L devices.
– Mode 2 – Drivers 1 through 4 are enabled, RTP mode is setup, and all drivers are played
simultaneously
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– Mode 3 – Drivers 5 through 8 are enabled, RTP mode is setup, and all drivers are played
simultaneously
– Mode 4 – Driver 1 through 4 are setup in RTP mode, played sequentially in order, and then briefly
played simultaneously.
– Mode 5 – Driver 5 through 8 are setup in RTP mode, played sequentially in order, and then briefly
played simultaneously.
USER SW: Turns on USB communication and disables capacitive touch buttons
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MSP
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TCA9554A
LRA
LRA
LRA
LRA
OUT8
OUT7
OUT6
OUT5
DRV2605L DRV2605L DRV2605L DRV2605L
VBAT
BSL
RESET
TCA9548A
SBW
MSP430
DRV2605L DRV2605L DRV2605L DRV2605L
USER SW
B1
B2
OUT1
ERM
OUT2
ERM
OUT3
OUT4
ERM
ERM
Figure 4. Board With Actuator Setup
Figure 4 shows the actuator setup of where the LRAs and ERMs are connected to the board. B1 and B2
are the capacitive touch buttons that, when pressed, play the waveform sequence as described in
Section 3.1 and Section 3.2.
3.1
Button 1
For button 1, each of the DRV2605L devices is independently setup for RTP mode at full magnitude 0x7F
and played sequentially. Each press of the capacitive touch button plays the next driver. The TCA9548A
device (I2C switch) is configured so that only the corresponding DRV2605L device is connected to the
master input I2C bus. When the configuration is complete, default register settings, RTP mode, and the
RTP magnitude are sent to the DRV2605L device. After some time, the RTP mode shuts off.
3.2
Button 2
Button2 has 5 modes that can be accessed through sequential button presses. The user must sequentially
cycle through all of the other modes to get back into the same mode.
3.2.1
Mode 1
Mode 1 allows the user full access to all of the DRV2605L devices on the board by enabling them and
connecting all of the I2C lines. An external host processor can be connected to the I2C headers to allow
communication to the DRV2605L devices without having to use the on-board MSP430F5510.
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3.2.2
Mode 2 and Mode 3
Mode 2 and mode 3 enable and connect the I2C lines for drivers 1 through 4 and drivers 5 through 8,
respectively. The four DRV2605L devices are sent the same default initialization settings for the ERM
actuators (Mode 2) and LRA actuators (Mode 3). The drivers are then setup in RTP mode with magnitude
0x7F. The waveform plays for 2 s and then the drivers are changed to internal trigger mode (to stop RTP
mode).
3.2.3
Mode 4 and Mode 5
Mode 4 and mode 5 enable and connect the I2C lines for drivers 1 through 4 and drivers 5 through 8,
respectively. The four DRV2605L devices are sent the same default initialization settings for ERM
actuators (Mode 4) and LRA actuators (Mode 5). When the settings are received by the DRV2605L
devices, each DRV2605L device is individually enabled sequentially and setup for RTP mode with
magnitude 0x7F at a 500-ms interval. Driver 1 or 5 outputs the RTP waveform for 500 ms, then the next
sequential drivers (driver 2 or 6, 3 or 7, 4 or 8) repeat the same conditions as driver 1. As soon as driver 4
or 8 completes the waveform output, all drivers exit of RTP mode for 100 ms and then enter RTP mode
with magnitude 0x7F for 100 ms to create a brief pulse action.
3.3
User Switch
At board startup, the capacitive touch buttons are automatically enabled and USB communication is
disabled even though USB communication was initialized. To enter USB communication for use with the
multi-driver graphical user interface (GUI), the user switch must be pressed. LED1 turns to indicate that
the firmware is active for USB transactions. When the user switch is pressed and the board is in USB
communication mode, the capacitive touch buttons are disabled. A power cycle or software reset is
required to go back to capacitive-touch mode.
3.4
Firmware Modifications
Before the board can accept any combination of LRA and ERM actuators connected to the DRV2605L
devices, the firmware is required to be modified because it must know which actuators are connected to
which haptic drivers. Additional hardware-like dip switches are required to detect real-time changes with
actuators or enable the drivers. The header file, haptics.h, contains the definitions of driver 1 through
driver 8, and actuator 1 through actuator 8 which are mapped to arrays that are used in haptic methods as
follows:
• Haptics_DriversEnableConfig()
• Haptics_EnableAvailableDrivers()
• Haptics_ActuatorTypeConnected()
• Haptics_SwitchAvailableDrivers()
The driver definitions can be either CONNECTED or NOT_CONNECTED. The actuator definitions can be
either ACTUATOR_ERM or ACTUATOR_LRA. When each definition is defined properly, the methods
provided configure the TCA9554A and TCA9548A devices to enable the DRV2605L devices and connect
the I2C lines of the drivers to the master I2C bus properly.
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Measurement and Analysis—Waveform Sequences
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Measurement and Analysis—Waveform Sequences
The DRV2605L device uses PWM modulation to create the output signal for both ERM and LRA
actuators. To measure and observe the DRV2605L output waveform, connect an oscilloscope or other
measurement equipment to the filtered output test points, OUT+ and OUT–. Figure 5 shows the setup of
the terminal block and test points used to connect external actuators and measure waveforms.
OUT+
470 pF
OUT±
470 pF
OUT
100 k
100 k
From DRV2605L
Figure 5. Terminal Block and Test Points
4.1
TripleClick and StrongClick Example Waveforms
Figure 6 displays the tripleClick waveform output for an LRA (trace C1 and C2) and the strongClick
waveform for an ERM (trace C3 and C4) the same time. The differential output (trace Math) is trace C1CT the ERM was operated in open-loop mode while the LRA was operated in auto-resonance (closed
loop) mode.
Figure 6. TripleClick and StrongClick Waveform Played at the Same Time
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4.2
Pulsing Strong Example Waveforms
Figure 7 displays the pulsingStrong waveform output for an ERM (trace C1, C2). The differential output
(trace Math) is trace C1-CT the ERM was operated in open-loop mode. The peak acceleration for the
waveform is 156.1 mVPP or 1.37 G.
Figure 7. Pulsing Strong waveform for ERM in Open-Loop Mode
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Strong Buzz Example Waveforms
Figure 8 and Figure 9 show the output waveform (trace C1 and C2), the differential output (trace Math),
and the acceleration profile (trace C4) for the buzz waveform. Figure 8 displays the waveform in autoresonance mode while Figure 9 displays the same waveform in open-loop mode. Auto-resonance mode
allows the acceleration profile to have a higher peak acceleration at a lower VRMS voltage.
Figure 8. Strong Buzz Waveform for LRA in Auto-Resonance Mode
Figure 9. Strong Buzz Waveform for LRA in Open-Loop Mode
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TCA9554 - I2C GPIO Expander
The TCA9554 GPIO expander is used to enable the DRV2605L device. Because the multi-driver board
has the ability to control up to 8 haptic drivers, the TCA9554 device is able to control the enable lines of
the DRV2605L device through I2C and free up GPIO pin space on the MSP430F5510 device for other
peripherals. The following pseudo code shows how the TCA9554 device is used as an output
configuration.
I2C_SetSlaveAddr(TCA9554_SLAVE_ADDR) //setslave address
I2C_WriteSingleByte(0x03, ~(bit_set_for_output)) //configure as output port
I2C_WriteSingleByte(0x01, output_bits) //output values
The TCA9554 device is configured completely through I2C commands. The expander must be configured
as an output port for the corresponding drivers (8 drivers). The output port command register is 0x03.
Each bit of the 8-bit value represents the 8 output ports of the device. A value of zero in each bit
corresponds to an output configuration. The variable, bit_set_for_output, has the respective bits set as
outputs. When the output port is configured, register 0x03 does not need to be accessed unless those
ports will be used as some other port function. After the ports are configured as outputs, a write command
to register 0x01 is used to set the value of the output to either 0 or 1. The default values for outputs are
initialized to 0. See the TCA9554 data sheet, SCPS233, for more information on the TCA9554 device.
5.1
I2C Register Value Examples
The following examples listed in Table 2 and Table 3 show exact I2C transactions with slave addresses,
registers, and values to enable one DRV2605L device and to enable three or more DRV2605L devices.
Table 2. TCA9554 I2C Transaction for Enabling driver 1
I2C Action
Slave Address (7-bit)
Register
Value
Description
1
Write
0x20
0x03
0xFE
Configures IO expander for output port at
channel 1
2
Write
0x20
0x01
0x01
Sends a high signal to output channel 1
Table 3. TCA9554 I2C Transaction for Enabling drivers 1, 4, 5, and 8
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I2C Action
Slave Address (7-bit)
Register
Value
Description
1
Write
0x20
0x03
0x66
Configures IO expander for output port at
channel 1, 4, 5, and (corresponds to drivers
1, 4, 5, 8).
2
Write
0x20
0x01
0x99
Sends a high signal to output channel 1, 4,
5, and (corresponds to drivers 1, 4, 5, 8).
TCA9548A - I2C Switch
The DRV2605LEVM-MD is designed for multi-driver applications. The TCA9548A I2C switch was used to
independently setup haptic drivers and play the waveforms simultaneously. The pseudo code listed in the
following code allows the user to verify proper operation of the I2C switch and communication with the
DRV2605L device.
I2C_SetSlaveAddr(TCA9548_SLAVE_ADDR)
I2C_WriteSingleByte(driver_position)
//setslave address
//channelselection
This code lists the sequence for how to command the TCA9548A I2C switch. Any combination of channels
can be selected. When the slave address of the TCA9548A device is set, a single byte is required to
initialize channel selection. No register address is needed to send the channel selection value, but if a
register input must be available for the I2C write function, use the data value as the register value because
the device will take the last byte sent to it.
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I C Register Value Examples
The examples listed in Table 4 and Table 5 show exact I2C transactions with slave addresses, registers,
and values to enable one DRV2605L device and to enable three or more DRV2605L devices.
Table 4. TCA9548A I2C Transaction for Enabling Driver 1
1
I2C Action
Slave Address (7-bit)
Register
Value
Description
Write
0x70
N/A
0x01
Configures I2C switch to connect
channel 1 I2C lines
Table 5. TCA9548A I2C Transaction for Enabling Driver 1, 4, 5, and 8
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I2C Action
Slave Address (7-bit)
Register
Value
Description
Write
0x70
N/A
0x99
Configures I2C switch to contact
channel 1, 4, 5, and (corresponds to
drivers 1, 4, 5, 8).
Operation Analysis
The TCA9548A operation can be verified with a logic analyzer hooked up to the master I2C bus input into
the device and to the channel outputs. Figure 10 shows the data and clock lines of the I2C commands to
the switch and to the GPIO expander to show proper operation of the devices together.
Figure 10. TCA9548A Logic Analyzer Operation
The TCA9554 device is first configured for output ports for drivers 6 and 7 with a value of 1 at the output.
The TCA9548A device is switched to driver 7 (channel 8) and sent a read command to the DRV2605L
device to verify communication with the haptic driver. The switch is then configured to select driver 6
(channel 7) and is then sent the same read command. Figure 10 shows proper operation of the switch in
the case of isolating specific channels.
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Power Supply Selection
The DRV2605LEVM-MD can be powered by USB or an external power supply (VBAT). Jumpers DRV and
MSP are used to select USB or VBAT for the DRV2605L and MSP430F5510 devices, respectively.
Table 6 lists the different supply configurations and supply voltages that the DRV2605L devices and
MSP430 device could have.
MSP
DRV
USB
USB
VBAT
VBAT
RESET
BSL
Figure 11. Power Jumper Selection
Table 6. Power Jumper Selection Options
SUPPLY CONFIGURATION
DRV
MSP
DRV2605L SUPPLY VOLTAGE
USB – both
USB
USB
5-V USB
DRV2605L external supply, MSP430 USB
VBAT
USB
VBAT
DRV2605L USB, MSP430 external supply
USB
VBAT
5-V USB
External Supply - both
VBAT
VBAT
VBAT
Because USB protocol allows for 500 mA per port, a conservative estimate allows two to three actuators
and drivers to be operated with USB power (150 to 200 mA worst case per driver or actuator, depending
on the actuator). If more actuators are required, use the VBAT terminal to ensure adequate power for the
entire system.
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Typical Usage Examples
8.1
Play a Waveform or Waveform Sequence from ROM Memory
1. Configure the TCA9554 channels as output ports and enable the appropriate DRV2605L devices by
asserting the output pin (logic high).
2. Configure the TCA9548A device to select the appropriate channel that is connected to the desired
DRV2605L I2C data and clock lines.
3. Initialize the DRV2605L device as listed in the Initialization Procedure section of the DRV2605L
datasheet, .
4. Select the desired MODE[2:0] bit value of 0 (internal trigger), 1 (external edge trigger), or 2 (external
level trigger) in the MODE register (address 0x01). If the STANDBY bit was previously asserted then it
should be de-asserted (logic low) at this time. If register 0x01 already holds the desired value and the
STANDBY bit is low, the user can skip this step.
5. Select the waveform index to be played and write it to address 0x04. Alternatively, a sequence of
waveform indices can be written to register 0x04 through 0x0B. See the Waveform Sequencer section
of the DRV2605L data sheet for details.
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6. If using the internal trigger mode, set the Go bit (in register 0x0C) to fire the effect or sequence of
effects. If using an external trigger mode, send an appropriate trigger pulse to the IN/TRIG pin. See the
Waveform Triggers section of the DRV2605L datasheet for details.
7. If desired, the user can repeat step 5 to figure the effect or sequence again.
8. Put the device in low-power mode by deasserting the EN pin through the TCA9554 device to set the
STANDBY bit.
NOTE: To send the same commands to multiple DRV2605L devices at the same time, configure the
TCA9554 and TCA9548A devices to the appropriate channel selections. I2C write functions
can be sent to multiple DRV2605L device, but I2C read functions for each DRV2605L device
must be read individually. One issue with write functions is the inability to properly determine
whether multiple DRV2605L devices are ACK (acknowledge) or NACK (not acknowledge) if
the same command was sent, however writing actual bytes to the DRV2605L is not a
problem. The bus acts as an AND bus and logic zero takes priority.
Table 7 lists examples of the I2C transactions that are required to play a triple click (100%) waveform
using driver 1 in LRA, closed-loop mode. The yellow highlighted rows indicate auto-calibration mode and
obtaining the results for the auto-calibration compensation and back-EMF results (if required to be
performed for the first time).
Table 7. I2C Transaction Example of Playing a Triple Click Waveform Using Driver1 in LRA, Closed
Loop mode
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I2C ACTION
DEVICE
SLAVE
ADDRESS
(7-BIT)
REGISTER
VALUE
1
Write
TCA9554
0x20
0x03
0xFE
Configures IO expander for output port at channel 1
2
Write
TCA9554
0x20
0x01
0x01
Sends a high signal to output channel 1
3
Write
TCA9548A
0x70
N/A
0x01
Configures I2C switch to connect channel 1 I2C lines
4
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x16
0x53
Set rated voltage (2 VRMS)
5
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x17
0xA4
Set overdrive clamp voltage (3.6-V peak)
6
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x01
0x07
Change mode to AutoCalibration
7
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x1E
0x20
Set AutoCalTime to 500 ms
8
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x0C
0x01
Set GO Bit
9
Read
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x0C
12
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x1A
0xB6
Set feedback control register
13
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x1B
0x93
Set control 1 register
14
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x1C
0xF5
Set control 2 register
15
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x1D
0x80
Set control 3 register
16
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x01
0x00
Set mode to internal trigger
17
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x04
0x0C
Set waveform sequence 1 as triple-click waveform
18
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x05
0x00
Indicator that there is only one waveform that
should be played
19
Write
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x0C
0x01
Set GO bit
20
Read
DRV2605L
0x5A
0x0C
21
Write
TCA9554
0x20
0x00
0x00
Deassert the EN pin for driver 1
22
Write
TCA9548A
0x70
N/A
0x00
No driver I2C channels connected
DESCRIPTION
Poll GO Bit until it clears to 0
Poll GO bit until it clears to 0
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Programming the MSP430
9.1
Bootstrap Loader Method
The following items are required to program the board using the bootstrap loading (BSL) method:
• Mini USB cable
• MSP430 USB firmware upgrade which is found in the MSP430 USB developers package
(www.ti.com/tool/msp430usbdevpack)
• Code Composer Studios (CCS)
Use the following steps to program the board using the BSL method:
1. Open the firmware project in CCS and go to the build menu of the properties window as shown in
Figure 12.
2. Under the Steps tab of the build menu and in the Apply Predefined Step drop-down, select Create
flash image: TI-TXT as shown in Figure 12.
Figure 12. CCS Create Flash Image
3. Rebuild the project. The text image file can be found in debug folder with the name AIP032.txt
4. Hold the BSL button on the DRV2605LEVM-MD and connect the EVM to the computer through the
USB mini cable to initiate it as a USB device.
5. Open up the MSP430 USB Firmware Uploader. If it does not say ready on the screen then retry the
BSL powerup sequence again.
6. Go to file and select open user firmware to locate the text image file (Figure 13 shows an example
of a successful firmware update process).
7. Cycle the power on the board to restart the firmware.
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Figure 13. MSP430 USB Firmware Uploader Programming Sequence
9.2
Spy-By-Wire Method
The following items are required to program the board using the spy-by-wire (SBW) method.
• Mini USB cable
• MSP-JTAG2SBW Adapter
• MSP-FET430UIF Hardware Debugging Interface
• Code Composer Studios (CCS)
Use the following steps to program the board using the SBW method:
1. Connect the MSP-JTAG2SBW adapter to the SBW connector on the board
2. Connect the MSP-FET430UIF to the MSP-JTAG2SBW adapter.
3. Open up the firmware project in CCS.
4. Verify that the general-build properties are set as shown in Figure 14.
5. Right click on the project title folder under the project explorer and click build project to ensure that no
errors exist.
6. If no errors exist, select RUN → DEBUG in the title bar.
7. Exit the debugger when the firmware has been uploaded to the board.
Figure 14. Build Properties of Firmware Project
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MSP430 Pinout
Table 8 lists the pin functions the MSP430F5510 device. The yellow highlighted rows indicate pins that are
used by the board. The non-highlighted rows indicate unused pins. All GPIO pins that are not highlighted
are broken out to standard 100-mil pitch headers for prototype development and evaluation.
Table 8. Used and Unused Pins on the MSP430F5510
PIN
DESCRIPTION
NO.
NAME
1
P6.0/CB0/A0
Button 1
2
P6.1/CB1/A1
Button 2
3
P6.2/CB2/A2
4
P6.3/CB3/A3
5
P6.4/CB4/A4
6
P6.5/CB5/A5
7
P6.6/CB6/A6
8
P6.7/CB7/A7
9
P5.0/A8
10
P5.1/A9
11
AVCC1
3.3 V
12
P5.4/XIN
XIN, 32.768-kHz crystal
13
P5.5/XOUT
XOUT, 32.768-kHz crystal
14
AVSS1
GND
15
DVCC1
3.3 V
16
DVSS1
GND
17
VCORE
Decoupling capacitor for VCore
18
P1.0/TA0CLK
19
P1.1/TA0.0
20
P1.2/TA0.1
21
P1.3/TA0.2
22
P1.4/TA0.3
23
P1.5/TA0.4
24
P1.6/TA1CLK/CBOUT
25
P1.7/TA1.0
26
P2.0/TA1.1
27
P2.1/TA1.2
28
P2.2/TA2CLK/SMCLK
29
P2.3/TA2.0
30
P2.4/TA2.1
31
P2.5/TA2.2
32
P2.6/RTCCLK/DMAE0
33
P2.7/UCB0STE/UCA0CLK
34
P3.0/UCB0SIMO/UCB0SDA
35
P3.1/UCB0SOMI/UCB0SCL
36
P3.2/UCB0CLK/UCA0STE
37
P3.3/UCA0TXD/UCA0SIMO
38
P3.4/UCA0RXD/UCA0SOMI
39
DVSS2
GND
40
DVCC2
3.3 V
41
P4.0/PM_UCB1STE/PM_UCA1CLK
42
P4.1/PM_UCB1SIMO/PM_UCB1SDA SDA_IN
43
P4.2/PM_UCB1SOMI/PM_UCB1SCL
44
P4.3/PM_UCB1CLK/PM_UCA1STE
45
P4.4/PM_UCA1TXD/PM_UCA1SIMO
46
P4.5/PM_UCA1RXD/PM_UCA1SOMI
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PIN
16
DESCRIPTION
NO.
NAME
47
P4.6/PM_NONE
48
P4.7/PM_NONE
49
VSSU
GND
50
PU.0/DP
USB_DP, data+
51
PUR
PUR, BSL switch
56
AVSS2
GND
57
P5.2/XT2IN
XT2IN, 24-MHz oscillator
58
P5.3/XT2OUT
XT2OUT, 24-MHz oscillator
59
TEST/SBWTCK
SBWTCK, SBW programmer conn.
60
PJ.0/TDO
B1LED
61
PJ.1/TDI/TCLK
B2LED
62
PJ.2/TMS
USER LED1, can be disconnected
63
PJ.3/TCK
USER LED2, can be disconnected
64
nRST/NMI/SBWTDIO
ResistorET button, SBW programmer
65
QFN PAD
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Figure 15. Xray Image of Top and Bottom Layer Traces
Figure 16. Top Layer
Figure 17. Middle Power Layer
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Figure 19. Bottom Layer
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Power Management
8
TCA9548A
I2C Switch
I2C Bus Lines
2
8
2
Power Input
USB or External VCC
I2C Bus Lines
DRV2605L
Haptic Driver
I2C- Data
Power Muxing
TPS22910A
+5V
+3.3V LDO
TPS73633
+3.3V
MSP430F5510
I2C-Clock
TPS22912C
2
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2
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TCA9554
I2C IO Expander
8
2
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J1
1
2
GND
10
6
SCL1
2
SDA1
3
PWM
R1
U1
VBAT
C3
0.1µF
4
ENABLE1
ENABLE1 5
VDD
VDD/NC
OUT+
OUT-
7
SCL
REG
GND
C5
1µF
8
Green
GND
DRV2605LDGS
GND
SCL2
2
SDA2
3
PWM
4
ENABLE2
ENABLE2 5
R3
R5
1.5k
6
OUT1
1
2
1
IN/TRIG
GND
10
C4
0.1µF
OUT1-
100k
OUT1-
C7
470pF
GND
R2
U2
VBAT
OUT1+
C1
470pF
GND
SDA
EN
OUT1+
100k
9
VDD
VDD/NC
OUT+
OUT-
7
SCL
REG
OUT2
1
2
1
IN/TRIG
GND
C6
1µF
8
R4
R6
1.5k
Green
GND
DRV2605LDGS
OUT2+
C2
470pF
GND
SDA
EN
OUT2+
100k
9
GND
OUT2-
100k
OUT2-
C8
470pF
GND
GND
10
GND
6
SCL3
2
SDA3
3
PWM
R7
U3
VBAT
C11
0.1µF
4
ENABLE3
ENABLE3 5
VDD
VDD/NC
OUT+
OUT-
7
OUT3+
100k
GND
SDA
REG
GND
C13
1µF
8
Green
GND
DRV2605LDGS
GND
SCL4
2
SDA4
3
PWM
4
ENABLE4
ENABLE4 5
R9
R11
1.5k
6
OUT3
1
2
1
IN/TRIG
GND
10
C12
0.1µF
OUT3-
100k
OUT3-
C15
470pF
GND
R8
U4
VBAT
OUT3+
C9
470pF
9
SCL
EN
GND
VDD
OUT+
VDD/NC
OUT-
7
GND
SDA
REG
IN/TRIG
GND
OUT4
1
2
1
C14
1µF
8
R10
R12
1.5k
Green
GND
DRV2605LDGS
OUT4+
C10
470pF
9
SCL
EN
OUT4+
100k
GND
OUT4-
100k
OUT4-
C16
470pF
GND
GND
10
GND
6
SCL5
2
SDA5
3
PWM
R13
U5
VBAT
C19
0.1µF
4
ENABLE5
ENABLE5 5
VDD
VDD/NC
OUT+
OUT-
7
OUT5+
100k
GND
SDA
REG
GND
C21
1µF
8
Green
GND
DRV2605LDGS
GND
SCL6
2
SDA6
3
PWM
4
ENABLE6
ENABLE6 5
R15
R17
1.5k
6
OUT5
2
1
1
IN/TRIG
GND
10
C20
0.1µF
OUT5-
100k
OUT5-
C23
470pF
GND
R14
U6
VBAT
OUT5+
C17
470pF
9
SCL
EN
GND
VDD
VDD/NC
OUT+
OUT-
7
SCL
REG
OUT6
2
1
1
IN/TRIG
GND
C22
1µF
8
R16
R18
1.5k
Green
GND
DRV2605LDGS
OUT6+
C18
470pF
GND
SDA
EN
OUT6+
100k
9
GND
OUT6-
100k
OUT6-
C24
470pF
GND
GND
10
GND
6
SCL7
2
SDA7
3
PWM
4
ENABLE7
ENABLE7 5
R23
1.5k
R19
U7
VBAT
C27
0.1µF
VDD
VDD/NC
OUT+
OUT-
7
OUT7+
100k
GND
SDA
REG
DRV2605LDGS
GND
SCL8
2
SDA8
3
PWM
C29
1µF
8
GND
GND
4
ENABLE8
ENABLE8 5
R21
Green
6
OUT7
2
1
1
IN/TRIG
GND
10
C28
0.1µF
OUT7-
100k
C31
470pF
GND
OUT7-
R24
1.5k
R20
U8
VBAT
OUT7+
C25
470pF
9
SCL
EN
GND
VDD
OUT+
VDD/NC
OUT-
7
GND
SDA
REG
OUT8
2
1
1
IN/TRIG
GND
C30
1µF
8
R22
Green
DRV2605LDGS
GND
OUT8+
C26
470pF
9
SCL
EN
OUT8+
100k
GND
OUT8-
100k
C32
470pF
OUT8-
GND
GND
GND
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User LEDs
J3
B1LED
B1LED
1
2
LED1
PJ.2
USER_LED1 1
R58
2
USER_LED2 1
B2LED
2
R60
2
1
2
1
Cool White
R57
249
R59
GND
249
GND
511
Orange
1
Cool White
B2LED
511
Green
LED2
PJ.3
2
J4
U13
2
4
1
3
G
G
24MHz
GND
C40
RESET
P3.0
P3.1
P3.2
P3.3
P3.4
34
35
36
37
38
P5.0
P5.1
XT2IN
XT2OUT
XIN
XOUT
9
10
57
58
12
13
B1LED
B2LED
PJ.2
PJ.3
60
61
62
63
SBWTCK
64
59
P3.0/UCB0SIMO/UCB0SDA
P3.1/UCB0SOMI/UCB0SCL
P3.2/UCB0CLK/UCA0STE
P3.3/UCA0TXD/UCA0SIMO
P3.4/UCA0RXD/UCA0SOMI
18pF
GND
C41
12pF
+3.3V
Y2
32.768kHz
C42
R65
47k
12pF
GND
PJ.0/TDO
PJ.1/TDI/TCLK
PJ.2/TMS
PJ.3/TCK
P6.0/CB0/A0
P6.1/CB1/A1
P6.2/CB2/A2
P6.3/CB3/A3
P6.4/CB4/A4
P6.5/CB5/A5
P6.6/CB6/A6
P6.7/CB7/A7
PU.0/DP
PU.1/DM
P2.0
P2.1
P2.2
P2.3
P2.4
P2.5
P2.6
P2.7
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
P4.0
C43
0.22µF
RESET
RST/NMI/SBWTDIO
TEST/SBWTCK
55
17
C45
1
2
C44
47pF
0.47µF
53
54
GND
C48
4.7µF
C49
0.22µF
GND
VBUS
VUSB
11
15
40
+3.3V
AVCC1
DVCC1
DVCC2
+3.3V
GND
C51
0.1µF
SCL_IN
0
R63
100k
50
52
BSL
COMP_OUT
R64
+3.3V
100k
BSL
USB_DP
USB_DM
R68 1.40k
R67
100
R69
27
PUR
51
C46
10pF
QFN PAD
VSSU
AVSS1
AVSS2
DVSS1
DVSS2
PWM
SDA_IN
R62
R66
27
65
49
14
56
16
39
R70
1.0Meg
C47
10pF
GND
GND
Breakout Headers
PORT1
GND
C50
10µF
R61
1 BUTTON1
2 BUTTON2
P6.2
3
P6.3
4
P6.4
5
P6.5
6
P6.6
7
P6.7
8
MSP430F5510IRGC
R71
0
PWM1
P4.3
P4.4
P4.5
P4.6
P4.7
V18
VCORE
+5V_USB
GND
PUR
J5
0
3
4
/RESET_SBWTDIO
P5.0/A8/VEREF+
P5.1/A9/VEREFP5.2/XT2IN
P5.3/XT2OUT
P5.4/XIN
P5.5/XOUT
P4.0/PM_UCB1STE/PM_UCA1CLK
P4.1/PM_UCB1SIMO/PM_UCB1SDA
P4.2/PM_UCB1SOMI/PM_UCB1SCL
P4.3/PM_UCB1CLK/PM_UCA1STE
P4.4/PM_UCA1TXD/PM_UCA1SIMO
P4.5/PM_UCA1RXD/PM_UCA1SOMI
P4.6/PM_NONE
P4.7/PM_NONE
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
2
1
GND
Y1
P2.0/TA1.1
P2.1/TA1.2
P2.2/TA2CLK/SMCLK
P2.3/TA2.0
P2.4/TA2.1
P2.5/TA2.2
P2.6/RTCCLK/DMAE0
P2.7/UCB0STE/UCA0CLK
4
3
18pF
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
1
2
P1.0
18
P1.1
19
P1.2
20
P1.3
21
P1.4
22
P1.5
23
COMP_OUT24
P1.7
25
C39
C52
0.1µF
C53
0.1µF
PORT2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P1.0
P1.1
P1.2
P1.3
P1.4
P1.5
COMP_OUT
P1.7
P2.0
P2.1
P2.2
P2.3
P2.4
P2.5
P2.6
P2.7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
P4.0
GND
GND
P4.3
P4.4
P4.5
P4.6
P4.7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GND
GND
PORT3_1
PORT4
1 P3.0
2 P3.1
User Switches
Spy-By-Wire
PORT3_2
1 P3.2
2 P3.3
3 P3.4
+3.3V
SBW
J6
P5.0
3
4
USER_SW1
2
1
R72
47k
6
5
4
3
2
1
SBWTCK
/RESET_SBWTDIO
1
2
3
4
USER SW
PORT6
P5.0
P5.1
PJ.2
PJ.3
GND
J7
1
2
C54
0.68µF
PORT5_J
+3.3V
GND
VBAT
1
3
5
2
4
6
+3.3V
GND
VBAT
+3.3V 1
GND 2
P6.2 3
P6.3 4
P6.4 5
P6.5 6
P6.6 7
P6.7 8
GND
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I2C Switch Interface
Note: Slave Addr for TCA9554 - 0x20 (7-bit)
USB
L1
5
4
600 ohm
3 USB_DP
2 USB_DM
L2
1 VBUS
I2C
GND
3 SDA_IN
2 SCL_IN
1
+5V_USB
600 ohm
1734035-2
IO_VCC
U9
GND
R27
1.0k
GND
GND
2
NC
VCC
IO2
IO1
NC
U11
1
2
3
1
5
3
1
C34
1µF
MSP
C35
0.1µF
3
SCL_IN 14
SDA_IN 15
R25
1.0k
1
2
3
13
+3.3V
IN
OUT
NR/FB
EN
GND
TPD2E001IDRLRQ1
R28
0
5
4
C33
1µF
1
GND
TPS73633DBV
R29
0
R30
0
+3.3V
16
SCL
SDA
A0
A1
A2
INT
VCC
P0
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
GND
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
ENABLE1
ENABLE2
ENABLE3
ENABLE4
ENABLE5
ENABLE6
ENABLE7
ENABLE8
8
TCA9554PWR
+3.3V
Green
2
GND
J2
2
U10
4
R26
1.0k
GND
GND
2
1
+3.3V
IO_VCC
1
2
R31
1.5k
GND
VBAT
+5V_USB
282834-2
+3.3V
1
2
3
VBAT
GND
U12
C36
100µF
GND
DRV
C37
1µF
C38
1µF
GND
24
SDA_IN 23
IO_VCC
SCL_IN
22
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
IO_VCC
+5V USB
R45
1.0k
+5V_USB
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
SDA
SD2
SC2
SCL
SD3
SC3
3
+5V USB Test Point
SD0
SC0
SD1
SC1
R40
10k
R42
10k
GND1
VCC
GND
R41
10k
Ground Test Points for DRV2605
R39
3.3k
R44
1.0k
R47
0
SD4
SC4
SD5
SC5
R43
1.0k
21
2
1
12
GND
R46
0
RESET
R48
0
A2
A1
A0
GND
SD6
SC6
SD7
SC7
R32
3.3k
R33
3.3k
R34
3.3k
R35
3.3k
R36
3.3k
R37
3.3k
R38
3.3k
4
5
SDA1
SCL1
6
7
SDA2
SCL2
8
9
SDA3
SCL3
10
11
SDA4
SCL4
13
14
SDA5
SCL5
15
16
SDA6
SCL6
17
18
SDA7
SCL7
19
20
SDA8
SCL8
TCA9548APW
+3.3V
R56
3.3k
R49
3.3k
R50
3.3k
R51
3.3k
R52
3.3k
R53
3.3k
R54
3.3k
R55
3.3k
GND
GND
Note: Slave Addr for TCA9548A - 0x70 (7-bit)
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Bill Of Materials
DESIGNATOR
QTY.
VALUE
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
PACKAGE
MANUFACTURER
+3.3V, ENABLE1, ENABLE2,
ENABLE3, ENABLE4, ENABLE5,
ENABLE6, ENABLE7, ENABLE8,
LED1
10
Green
LTST-C190GKT
LED, green, SMD
1.6 × 0.8 × 0.8 mm
Lite-On
5 V USB
1
Red
5000
Test point, miniature, red, TH
Red miniature test point
Keystone
B1LED, B2LED
2
Cool White
LNJ037X8ARA
LED, cool white, SMD
0603 LED
Panasonic
BSL, ResistorET, USER SW
3
4-1437565-1
Switch, tactile, SPST-NO, 0.05-A, 12-V, SMT
SW, SPST 6 × 6 mm
TE Connectivity
C1, C2, C7, C8, C9, C10, C15,
C16, C17, C18, C23, C24, C25,
C26, C31, C32
16
470 pF
GRM155R71H471KA01D
Capacitor, ceramic, 470-pF, 50-V, ±10%, X7R, 0402
0402
MuRata
C3, C4, C11, C12, C19, C20,
C27, C28, C51, C52, C53
11
0.1 µF
GRM155R61C104KA88D
Capacitor, ceramic, 0.1-µF, 16-V, ±10%, X5R, 0402
0402
MuRata
C5, C6, C13, C14, C21, C22,
C29, C30, C38
9
1 µF
C1005X5R1E105K050BC
Capacitor, ceramic, 1-µF, 25V, ±10%, X5R, 0402
0402
TDK
C33, C34, C37
3
1 µF
GRM155R61A105KE15D
Capacitor, ceramic, 1-µF, 10-V, ±10%, X5R, 0402
0402
MuRata
C35
1
0.1 µF
GRM155R61A104KA01D
Capacitor, ceramic, 0.1-µF, 10-V, ±10%, X5R, 0402
0402
MuRata
C36
1
100 µF
C3216X5R1A107M160AC
Capacitor, ceramic, 100-µF, 10-V, ±20%, X5R, 1206_190
1206_190
TDK
C39, C40
2
18 pF
GRM1555C1H180JA01D
Capacitor, ceramic, 18-pF, 50-V, ±5%, C0G/NP0, 0402
0402
MuRata
C41, C42
2
12 pF
GRM1555C1H120JA01D
Capacitor, ceramic, 12-pF, 50-V, ±5%, C0G/NP0, 0402
0402
MuRata
C43, C49
2
0.22 µF
GRM155R71C224KA12D
Capacitor, ceramic, 0.22-µF, 16-V, ±10%, X7R, 0402
0402
MuRata
C44
1
47 pF
GRM1555C1H470JZ01
Capacitor, ceramic, 47-pF, 50-V, ±5%, C0G/NP0, 0402
0402
MuRata
C45
1
0.47 µF
GRM155R61C474KE01
Capacitor, ceramic, 0.47-µF, 16-V, ±10%, X5R, 0402
0402
MuRata
C46, C47
2
10 pF
GRM1555C1H100JA01D
Capacitor, ceramic, 10-pF, 50-V, ±5%, C0G/NP0, 0402
0402
MuRata
C48
1
4.7 µF
TPSA475K010R1400
Capacitor, TA, 4.7uF, 10-V, ±10%, 1.4 Ω, SMD
3216-18
AVX
C50
1
10 µF
TPSA106K010R0900
Capacitor, TA, 10-µF, 10-V, ±10%, 0.9 Ω, SMD
3216-18
AVX
C54
1
0.68 µF
GRM155R61A684KE15D
Capacitor, ceramic, 0.68-µF, 10-V, ±10%, X5R, 0402
0402
MuRata
DRV, I1, MSP, PORT3_2
4
5-146278-3
Header, 100-mil, 3 × 1, tin, TH
Header, 3 × 1, 100-mil, TH
TE Connectivity
GND1, GND2, GND3, GND4,
GND5, GND6, GND7
7
5011
Test point, multipurpose, black, TH
Black multipurpose test point
Keystone
H1, H2, H3, H4
4
NY PMS 440 0025 PH
Machine screw, round, #4-40 × 1/4, nylon, Philips panhead
Screw
B&F Fastener Supply
H5, H6, H7, H8
4
1902C
Standoff, hex, 0.5"L #4-40 nylon
Standoff
Keystone
J1, J2, J3, J4, J5, J6, PORT3_1
7
5-146278-2
Header, 100-mil, 2 × 1, Tin, TH
Header, 2 × 1, 100-mil, TH
TE Connectivity
J7
1
5-146254-3
Header, 100-mil, 3 × 2, Tin, TH
Header, 100-mil, 3 × 2, TH
TE Connectivity
L1, L2
2
600 Ω
MPZ2012S601A
Ferrite bead, 600-Ω at 100 MHz, 2-A, 0805
0805
TDK
LED2
1
Orange
LTST-C190KFKT
LED, orange, SMD
1.6 × 0.8 × 0.8 mm
Lite-On
16
White
5002
Test point, miniature, white, TH
White Miniature Testpoint
Keystone
OUT1+,
OUT3+,
OUT5+,
OUT7+,
OUT1-,
OUT3-,
OUT5-,
OUT7-,
OUT2+,
OUT4+,
OUT6+,
OUT8+,
OUT2-,
OUT4-,
OUT6-,
OUT8-
Black
OUT1, OUT2, OUT3, OUT4,
OUT5, OUT6, OUT7, OUT8,
VBAT
9
282834-2
Terminal block, 2 × 1, 2.54mm, TH
Terminal Block, 2 × 1, 2.54mm, TH
TE Connectivity
PORT1, PORT2, PORT4, PORT6
4
5-146278-8
Header, 100-mil, 8 × 1, Tin, TH
Header, 8 × 1, 100-mil, TH
TE Connectivity
PORT5_J
1
5-146278-4
Header, 100-mil, 4 × 1, Tin, TH
Header, 4 × 1, 100-mil, TH
TE Connectivity
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Bill Of Materials
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DESIGNATOR
QTY.
VALUE
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
PACKAGE
MANUFACTURER
PWM1
1
Orange
5003
Test point, miniature, orange, TH
Orange miniature testpoint
Keystone
R1, R2, R3, R4, R7, R8, R9, R10,
R13, R14, R15, R16, R19, R20,
R21, R22, R63, R64
18
100 kΩ
CRCW0402100KJNED
Resistor, 100-kΩ, 5%, 0.063 W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R5, R6, R11, R12, R17, R18,
R23, R24, R31
9
1.5 kΩ
CRCW04021K50JNED
Resistor, 1.5-kΩ, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R25, R26, R27, R43, R44, R45
0
1 kΩ
CRCW04021K00JNED
Resistor, 1-kΩ, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R28, R29, R30, R46, R47, R48,
R61, R62, R71
9
0
CRCW04020000Z0ED
Resistor, 0-Ω, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R32, R33, R34, R35, R36, R37,
R38, R39, R49, R50, R51, R52,
R53, R54, R55, R56
16
3.3 kΩ
CRCW04023K30JNED
Resistor, 3.3-kΩ, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R40, R41, R42
3
10 kΩ
CRCW040210K0JNED
Resistor, 10-kΩ, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R57, R59
2
249 Ω
CRCW0402249RFKED
Resistor, 249-Ω, 1%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R58, R60
2
511 Ω
CRCW0402511RFKED
Resistor, 511-Ω, 1%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R65, R72
2
47 kΩ
CRCW040247K0JNED
Resistor, 47-kΩ, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R66, R69
2
27 Ω
CRCW040227R0JNED
Resistor, 27-Ω, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R67
1
100 Ω
CRCW0402100RJNED
Resistor, 100-Ω, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R68
1
1.4 kΩ
CRCW04021K40FKED
Resistor, 1.4-kΩ, 1%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
R70
1
1 MΩ
CRCW04021M00JNED
Resistor, 1-MΩ, 5%, 0.063-W, 0402
0402
Vishay-Dale
SBW
1
LPPB061NGCN-RC
Receptacle, 50-mil, 6 × 1, R/A, TH
6 × 1 receptacle
Sullins Connector Solutions
U1, U2, U3, U4, U5, U6, U7, U8
8
DRV2605LDGS
DRV2605LDGS, DGS0010A
DGS0010A
Texas Instruments
U9
1
TCA9554PWR
Remote 8-bit I2C and SMBus I/expander, 1.65 to 5.5-V, –40 to
85°C, 16-pin TSSOP (PW), green (RoHS & nSb/Br)
PW0016A
Texas Instruments
U10
1
TPD2E001IDRLRQ1
Automotive catalog low-capacitance ±15-kV ESD-protection
array for high-speed data inter, 2 channels, –40 to 85°C, 5-pin
SOT (DRL), Green (RoHS & nSb/Br)
DRL0005A
Texas Instruments
U11
1
TPS73633DBV
Capacitor-free, NMOS, 400-mA low-dropout regulator with
reverse current protection, DBV0005A
DBV0005A
Texas Instruments
U12
1
TCA9548APW
Low voltage 8-channel I2C switch with reset, PW0024A
PW0024A
Texas Instruments
U13
1
MSP430F5510IRGC
Mixed signal microcontroller, RGC0064B
RGC0064B
Texas Instruments
USB
1
1734035-2
Connector, receptacle, mini-USB type B, R/A, top mount SMT
USB mini type B
TE Connectivity
Y1
1
ABM8-24.000MHZ-B2-T
Crystal, 24-MHz, 18-pF, SMD
3.2 × 0.8 × 2.5-mm
Abracon Corportation
Y2
1
MS3V-T1R 32.768KHZ ±20PPM 12.5PF
Crystal, 32.768-kHz, 12.5-pF, SMD
1.4 × 1.4 × 5-mm SMD
MicrCrystal AG
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system.
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designed to operate under part 15, part 18 or part 95 of this chapter, the operator of the kit must operate under the authority of
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3.1.2
For EVMs annotated as FCC – FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION Part 15 Compliant:
CAUTION
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to
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correct the interference at his own expense.
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
•
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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3.2.1
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Concerning EVMs Including Radio Transmitters:
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(1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation of the device.
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est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes: (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit
accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Concerning EVMs Including Detachable Antennas:
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gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce potential radio interference to other users, the antenna type
and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that necessary for
successful communication. This radio transmitter has been approved by Industry Canada to operate with the antenna types
listed in the user guide with the maximum permissible gain and required antenna impedance for each antenna type indicated.
Antenna types not included in this list, having a gain greater than the maximum gain indicated for that type, are strictly prohibited
for use with this device.
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Conformément à la réglementation d'Industrie Canada, le présent émetteur radio peut fonctionner avec une antenne d'un type et
d'un gain maximal (ou inférieur) approuvé pour l'émetteur par Industrie Canada. Dans le but de réduire les risques de brouillage
radioélectrique à l'intention des autres utilisateurs, il faut choisir le type d'antenne et son gain de sorte que la puissance isotrope
rayonnée équivalente (p.i.r.e.) ne dépasse pas l'intensité nécessaire à l'établissement d'une communication satisfaisante. Le
présent émetteur radio a été approuvé par Industrie Canada pour fonctionner avec les types d'antenne énumérés dans le
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non inclus dans cette liste, ou dont le gain est supérieur au gain maximal indiqué, sont strictement interdits pour l'exploitation de
l'émetteur
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3.3.1
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輸入される評価用キット、ボードについては、次のところをご覧ください。
http://www.tij.co.jp/lsds/ti_ja/general/eStore/notice_01.page
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TI as conforming to Technical Regulations of Radio Law of Japan.
If User uses EVMs in Japan, User is required by Radio Law of Japan to follow the instructions below with respect to EVMs:
1.
2.
3.
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Affairs and Communications on March 28, 2006, based on Sub-section 1.1 of Article 6 of the Ministry’s Rule for
Enforcement of Radio Law of Japan,
Use EVMs only after User obtains the license of Test Radio Station as provided in Radio Law of Japan with respect to
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