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OPT3101 Evaluation Module
This user’s guide provides an overview of the OPT3101 time-of-flight (ToF) proximity sensor evaluation
module (EVM). The OPT3101EVM is a single-pixel implementation of the OPT3101 device consisting of a
printed-circuit board (PCB) and an accompanying software package. The EVM is intended for prototyping
and evaluation. This user’s guide includes an overview of the EVM hardware and software in addition to
the schematic diagram, layout, and bill of materials. Throughout this document, the abbreviation EVM and
the term evaluation module are synonymous with the OPT3101EVM.
The following related documents are available through the Texas Instruments web site at www.ti.com.
Table 1. Related Documentation
Document Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Literature Number
OPT3101 Data Sheet
SBAS883
Introduction to Time-of-Flight and Optical Proximity Sensor
System Design Guide
SBAU305
OPT3101 Distance Sensor System Calibration Guide
SBAU310
Contents
Disclaimers ................................................................................................................... 3
1.1
Eye Safety ........................................................................................................... 3
1.2
REACH .............................................................................................................. 3
Introduction .................................................................................................................. 4
OPT3101EVM Hardware ................................................................................................... 5
3.1
MSP430 Microcontroller ........................................................................................... 5
3.2
I2C Buses and Temperature Sensor.............................................................................. 5
3.3
Light-Emitting Diode (LED) and Photodiode (PD) for ToF Measurements ................................. 7
3.4
Headers and Power-On Jumper .................................................................................. 7
3.5
Other Components ................................................................................................. 8
Software Installation ........................................................................................................ 8
4.1
Minimum Requirements ........................................................................................... 8
4.2
Installing the Software (PC Application) ........................................................................ 9
Using the EVM ............................................................................................................. 11
5.1
Connecting the OPT3101EVM .................................................................................. 11
5.2
Check for Correct Installation of the Device Drivers ......................................................... 11
5.3
Launching Latte Software ....................................................................................... 11
5.4
Using Latte Software ............................................................................................. 13
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................ 17
6.1
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Manual Driver Installation ........................................................... 17
OPT3101EVM Schematics, Layout, and BOM ........................................................................ 25
7.1
OPT3101EVM Schematics ....................................................................................... 25
7.2
OPT3101EVM PCB Layout ...................................................................................... 27
7.3
OPT3101EVM Bill of Materials .................................................................................. 29
Appendix .................................................................................................................... 31
8.1
Runnining Scripts and Collecting Data ........................................................................ 31
8.2
Capture GUI: launchGUI.py ..................................................................................... 36
List of Figures
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OPT3101EVM Printed-Circuit Board ...................................................................................... 4
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EVM Hardware Block Diagram
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Labeled OPT3101EVM – Top Side
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Labeled OPT3101EVM – Bottom Side.................................................................................... 6
J17 Header ................................................................................................................... 7
J19 Header With Power-On Jumper Shown ............................................................................. 7
Accepting the License Agreement ......................................................................................... 9
Installation Directory ......................................................................................................... 9
Additional Steps ............................................................................................................ 10
Installation Page ............................................................................................................ 10
Installation Complete ...................................................................................................... 11
OPT3101 Control and Data Ports in Device Manager ................................................................ 11
OPT3101EVM Connection Problem Error ............................................................................. 12
OPT3101 Profile Selector ................................................................................................ 12
Gui Window ................................................................................................................ 13
Composite Plot Showing Amplitude and Distance .................................................................... 16
OPT3101 on Microsoft® Windows® 7 With Drivers not Installed .................................................... 17
EVM Schematic ............................................................................................................ 26
PCB Layout Top Layer .................................................................................................... 27
PCB Layout Inner Layer 1 ................................................................................................ 27
PCB Layout Inner Layer 2 ................................................................................................ 28
PCB Layout Bottom Layer ................................................................................................ 28
IDE Window ................................................................................................................ 32
Demo Scripts in Latte Software ......................................................................................... 34
After Running devInit.py .................................................................................................. 35
List of Tables
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GUI Controls Panel ........................................................................................................ 14
GUI Data Capture Fields .................................................................................................. 15
OPT3101EVM Bill of Materials ........................................................................................... 29
Related Documentation
Trademarks
Microsoft, Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Python is a registered trademark of Python Software Foundation (PSF).
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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Disclaimers
1.1
Eye Safety
CAUTION
Do not stare at operating LEDs.
NOTE: This evaluation module uses a high-power infrared LED from OSRAM (part number SFH
4550). Note from the LED manufacturer: “Depending on the mode of operation, these
devices emit highly concentrated non visible infrared light which can be hazardous to the
human eye. Products which incorporate these devices have to follow the safety precautions
given in IEC 60825-1 and IEC 62471.”
WARNING
When choosing an LED component, the end user must consult the
LED data sheet supplied by the LED manufacturer to identify the
EN62471 Risk Group Rating and review any potential eye hazards
associated with the LED chosen. Always consider and implement
the use of effective light filtering and darkening protective eye wear
and be fully aware of surrounding laboratory-type setups when
viewing intense light sources that may be required to minimize or
eliminate such risks in order to avoid accidents related to
temporary blindness.
1.2
REACH
CAUTION
This module includes a crystal component (CSTR4M00G15L99 from Murata
Corp.) that contains > 0.1% of lead titanium zirconium oxide CAS# 12626-81-2
listed in EU REACH as a substance of very high concern. These uses from
Texas Instruments do not exceed 1 ton per year. For more information, contact
the component manufacturer.
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Introduction
OPT3101 device is a high-speed, high-resolution AFE for continuous wave, time-of-flight (ToF) based
proximity sensing, and range finding. The purpose of the OPT3101EVM is to expedite evaluation and
system development of the OPT3101. The evaluation kit consists of a printed-circuit board (PCB),
available for purchase on the OPT3101EVM page, and a software package called Latte, which is available
for download on the OPT3101EVM page under software. The PCB is a single-pixel system that uses the
OPT3101 device for ToF proximity sensing. The PCB connects to a computer running the Latte software
through USB. The Latte software allows visualization and logging of the OPT3101 readings, setting
different modes of operation, reading and writing of register settings on the device, and the creation of
custom Python® scripts.
Figure 1. OPT3101EVM Printed-Circuit Board
The following sections are divided into hardware, software installation, using the EVM, and
troubleshooting. The last section at the end of this guide includes the EVM schematic, layout, and bill of
materials (BOM). The OPT3101EVM Hardware section gives an overview of the OPT3101EVM PCB,
covering the different components of the board and outlining the functions of each. The Section 4 section
provides the steps needed to install and launch the Latte software package. The Using the EVM section
describes how to use the Latte software to take readings on the EVM.
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OPT3101EVM Hardware
Figure 2 shows the hardware block diagram for the OPT3101EVM. The block diagram includes all major
components on the PCB and shows how they are connected. The direction of the arrow shows the flow of
information between the components. Figure 3 and Figure 4 show the physical location of these
components on the PCB. The following subsections describe each component in detail.
Temp Sensor
Switch
PD
I2C_M
IN
M/P
Indicator
LED
3x GPIO
(R,G,B)
GPIO
I2C_S
GP1 (DATA_RDY)
OPT3101
MSP430
GP2 (REF_CLK)
LED
TX0
3.3 V
LDO
5V
USB Port
Figure 2. EVM Hardware Block Diagram
3.1
MSP430 Microcontroller
The MSP430F5503 has a USB interface, allowing connection to a PC, and acts as a communication
bridge between the OPT3101 and the PC. The MSP430 microcontroller is loaded with C++ firmware for
interfacing with the OPT3101 over I2C, in addition to the other components on the PCB. The MSP430 also
has a calibration configuration for the board stored in onboard flash storage.
The MSP430 registers 2 USB COM ports with the PC it is plugged in to. The OPT3101 Control Port is
used for sending control commands to the MSP430. This includes reading and writing registers on the
OPT3101 and interfacing with the MSP430 flash storage. The OPT3101 Data Port is used only for
streaming data from the EVM to the PC. This allows for maximum data rates when receiving real-time
data from the OPT3101 during high-speed capture.
3.2
I2C Buses and Temperature Sensor
The OPT3101 has two I2C buses. On the main I2C bus, labeled I2C_S, the OPT3101 is a slave device.
This bus is used to control the OPT3101 and read data by reading and writing registers on the device. The
OPT3101 also has a secondary I2C bus, I2C_M, for which it is the master. This bus allows an external
temperature sensor and an EEPROM to be controlled by the OPT3101. The OPT3101 contains an
internal temperature sensor, which is used for temperature calibration. This sensor has 8-bit integer
resolution. Adding an external temperature sensor, such as that used on the EVM, allows up to 12 bits of
resolution to be obtained with one sign bit, 7 integer bits, and 4 fractional bits. This allows for more
accurate temperature correction. An external EEPROM allows for an OPT3101 register configuration to be
stored and loaded on power-up. This means that the device does not need an I2C master to configure it on
power-up. On the EVM, only a temperature sensor is used on this bus.
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Figure 3. Labeled OPT3101EVM – Top Side
Figure 4. Labeled OPT3101EVM – Bottom Side
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3.3
Light-Emitting Diode (LED) and Photodiode (PD) for ToF Measurements
As the introduction states, this EVM is a single-pixel system. There is a single LED-photodiode pair that
connects to the OPT3101 and is used for ToF measurements. The EVM uses a 850-nm centroid (860-nm
peak) wavelength IR LED (SFH 4550), and a 900-nm peak sensitivity IR photodiode (SFH 213 FA).
Electroless nickel immersion gold (ENIG)cylinders on the EVM encircle both the LED and photodiode. The
cylinders provide both optical and electrical shielding between the LED and photodiode, this reduces
crosstalk.
3.4
Headers and Power-On Jumper
The headers break out a number of signals from the EVM for debug and to provide more flexibility in the
ways the EVM can be used. Figure 6 shows how to power the board by placing the power-on jumper on
the bottom two pins of J19. This connects the 3.3-V output of the LDO to the rest of the components on
the EVM. Figure 5 and Figure 6 show the complete list of signals that are broken out to the headers.
J17
1
1
2
2
3
3
SDA_S
4
4
SCL_S
5
5
GP1
6
6
GP2
7
7
VSYNC_RST
VD_EXT_3P3
VSS_IN
Figure 5. J17 Header
J19
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1
GP3
2
2
GP4
3
3
SENSE
4
4
VDD_EXTERNAL_3P3
5
5
VDD_EXTERNAL_3P3
6
6
VDDL_3P3
7
7
VDD_LDO
Jumper
Shunt
Figure 6. J19 Header With Power-On Jumper Shown
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Other Components
The following components are also used on the PCB:
• The LDO creates a 3.3-V supply, which powers both the MSP430 and the OPT3101.
• The programming switch puts the EVM in bootloader mode. This works by holding down the switch
during power up. This allows firmware to be flashed to the device.
CAUTION
Flashing new firmware to the EVM erases the calibration stored on the EVM.
Never do this unless a firmware update is required, and if this is the case make
sure to read the calibration out of the MSP430 flash and create a backup
before flashing the new firmware.
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•
•
•
The indicator LED is an RGB multi-color LED, which is used by the MSP430 firmware to provide visual
feedback. Currently the LED only glows green to signal that the device has firmware and is powered
on. However, the firmware supports using different colors to indicate other functions.
The micro USB port allows the device to be plugged into a computer using a micro USB cable. The
device is powered off the 5-V supply from the USB.
TVS diode array connected to all signals routed to the header pins and the USB. This helps with ESD
protection.
The crystal oscillator provides a 4-MHz clock for the MSP430.
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Software Installation
4.1
Minimum Requirements
Before installing the software, verify that your PC meets the minimum requirements outlined in this
section.
4.1.1
4.1.2
Required Setup for OPT3101EVM GUI Software
• A PC running Microsoft® Windows® 7 or Windows 10 operating system with at least 325MB of free
space
• A display with screen resolution of 1200×720 pixels, or greater
Additional Requirements for use With Hardware
The following additional items are required:
• OPT3101EVM
• USB to MicroUSB cable (provided in kit)
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4.2
Installing the Software (PC Application)
Download and extract OPT3101EVME3_Latte_v0p8.zip, or a newer released version, from the software
section of the OPT3101EVM page on ti.com. Install the software by launching the exe file and using all the
default install locations. The full installation steps are shown step by step in the following screenshots.
Figure 7. Accepting the License Agreement
Figure 8. Installation Directory
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Figure 9. Additional Steps
Figure 10. Installation Page
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Figure 11. Installation Complete
Launch the program by running the Latte program.
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5.1
Connecting the OPT3101EVM
Connect the EVM via USB to the PC. If Windows shows a notification that a driver is not found for the
device connected, see the instructions to manually install drivers in Section 6.1 before proceeding.
5.2
Check for Correct Installation of the Device Drivers
Figure 12 shows the OPT3101 Control and OPT3101 Data ports in the device manager when the drivers
have been installed correctly. If the EVM creates two COM ports with no driver errors, as shown in
Figure 12, then no additional changes need to be made. Proceed to the next section.
Figure 12. OPT3101 Control and Data Ports in Device Manager
If the OPT3101 Control and OPT3101 Data ports do not show up in the device manager when the board
is plugged in or the device drivers show up differently than pictured in Figure 12, go to Section 6.1 for
additional instructions on manual driver installation. It is okay if the COM port number is different than
pictured in Figure 12.
5.3
Launching Latte Software
After launching the Latte software, a GUI window with distance plot will be displayed if the EVM has been
connected properly as shown in Figure 15. If the EVM has not been connected to the PC or the drivers
are not installed properly then the error message shown in Figure 13. will be displayed.
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Figure 13. OPT3101EVM Connection Problem Error
If multiple OPT3101 profiles are downloaded and saved onto your PC, you will be asked to select a
profile before the GUI will launch. Figure 14 shows what the profile selector looks like.
Figure 14. OPT3101 Profile Selector
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Figure 15. Gui Window
Clicking the Start Capture button begins capture. This sends a capture start command over the OPT3101
Control Port to the MSP430 on the EVM. The EVM then begins streaming data over the OPT3101 Data
Port. This data is displayed live on the left side of the window. Distance is plotted on the graph. The axis
of the plot can be changed by right clicking on the plot itself.
Clicking the Stop Capture button, or closing out the window stops streaming data from the EVM.
A number of key measurements are provided on this GUI. Distance, phase, amplitude, ambient, and
temperature as well as a number of other parameters are all calculated internally on the OPT3101 and
transmitted via I2C to the MSP430 and then to the PC over the data COM port. These values are all
displayed in the table on the left hand side of the GUI window and summarized in Table 3.
Frame Averaging
The Sub Frame Count and Avg Frame Count settings shown on the left of the GUI can be adjusted to
decrease measurement noise or increase speed of measurement. An increase in avg frames will decrease
the standard deviation in measurements while a decrease in avg frames will increase the data collection
rate. Please note that these two fields correspond directly to register settings and Sub Frame Count must
be greater than or equal to Avg Frame Count. An Avg Frame Count value of 0 corresponds to no
averaging.
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The frame rate is determined with Equation 1:
frame rate (fps)
4000
1 HDRmode SUB _ FRAME _ CNT
(1)
For example, with HDRmode = True and sub frame count = 32:
frame rate (fps)
4000
1 1 25
117.6 frames per second
(2)
Streaming data at maximum datarate
To operate the EVM at the maximum datarate of 3 ksps the following steps need to be taken. First, the
mode select must be set to one of the non-autoHDR and non-super-HDR modes. The capture mode
select must be set to 2 register mode. Then the Avg Frame Count and Sub Frame Count fields must
be set to 1. HDR mode uses an extra frame to determine when to switch LED currents, which limits the
EVM to 2 ksps. In 3 register mode, there is too much data to send at higher speeds than 2 ksps. 2
register mode omits the 0Ah register. The OPT3101 device can run at up to 4 ksps, but due to the
speed of the MSP430, the maximum speed of the EVM is 3 ksps.
Table 2 describes all the fields in the Controls section of the GUI.
Table 2. GUI Controls Panel
Field
Function
Capture Mode Select:
3 Register mode
Reads all three data registers (08h, 09h, 0Ah) from the EVM. This allows all the data fields to be
displayed.
Capture Mode Select:
2 Register mode
Only reads two data registers (08h, 09h) from the EVM. This should be selected for streaming data at
speeds higher than 2 ksps and allows data to be captured at up to 3 ksps.
Start Capture
Start capture and display of data from the EVM
Stop Capture
Stop capture and display of data from the EVM
Display Sample Count
Number of samples (data points) to display on the plot
Set Save File Name
Clicking the check box allows data to be saved to a csv file. Logging to numpy files will start once Start
Capture is clicked with the box checked. After Stop Capture is clicked, the logged data will be combined
and saved to the specified csv file.
File Sample Count
Number of samples captured to be saved to the csv file
Mode Select: Super-HDR
Places the device in super-HDR mode allowing 4 LED current settings to be automatically selected by the
device. See the Super-HDR mode using Sequencer section in OPT3101 ToF based Long Range
Proximity and Distance Sensor AFE for more details.
Mode Select: AutoHDR-Long
Range
Places the device in HDR mode allowing 2 of the larger LED current settings to be automatically selected
by the device. For longer range measurements or low-reflectivity surfaces. See the Auto HDR Mode
section in OPT3101 ToF based Long Range Proximity and Distance Sensor AFE for more details on Auto
HDR mode.
Mode Select: AutoHDR-Short
Range
Places the device in HDR mode allowing 2 of the smaller LED current settings to be automatically
selected by the device. For shorter range measurements or highly reflective surfaces. See the Auto HDR
Mode section in OPT3101 ToF based Long Range Proximity and Distance Sensor AFE for more details
on Auto HDR mode.
Mode Select: Closeup
Selects a very small LED current for extremely-close measurements or very highly reflective surfaces at
short range
Mode Select: ShortRange
Selects a small LED current for shorter-range measurements or highly reflective surfaces
Mode Select: MediumRange
Selects a medium LED current for medium-range measurements
Mode Select: LongRange
Selects a large LED current for large-range measurements or low-reflectivity surfaces
Sub Frame Count
Raw value of the SUB_FRAME_CNT register. This is the total number of sub-frames in a frame. The
number of sub frames in a frame = SUB_FRAME_CNT + 1. This number must be equal or greater than
NUM_AVG_IQ.
Ave Frame Count
Raw value of the NUM_AVG_IQ register. This specifies the number of sub-frames to be averaged in a
frame. Averaging sub-frames = NUM_AVG_IQ + 1.
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Table 3 describes the data that is displayed by the GUI when the software is capturing data from the EVM.
Table 3. GUI Data Capture Fields
Field
Corresponding register and description
Distance
The calculated distanced derived from the phase and the calibration information in millimeters
Phase
The raw data from the PHASE_OUT register. The OPT3101 uses the phase shift between the LED signal emitted and photodiode signal
received to determine distance. See the Introduction to Time-of-Flight Optical Proximity Sensor System Design Guide, for more details on
time-of-flight operation.
Amplitude
The raw data from the AMP_OUT register. A 15-bit digital representation of the full-scale signal amplitude. This is the signal strength of the
returning signal to the AFE. This number is related to the signal-to-noise ratio. The lower the amplitude, the noisier the signal will be. As the
amplitude goes down, the standard deviation for distance and phase measurements will generally increase. As distance between the EVM
and a target is increased or reflectivity of a target is decreased, the amplitude will decrease.
space ● spThe HDR, and super-HDR functionality of the OPT3101 allows two or four LED current values to be used which allows an
space * spincreased range while maintaining relatively high amplitude.
Ambient
The raw data from the AMB_DATA register. This is a measurement of the environmental IR light that is landing on the sensor. This
measurement is used to reduce the effect of the ambient light on the signal and computed distance through the ambient rejection and
ambient calibration functionality of the device.
tMain
The derived data from the TMAIN register. The temperature reading in degrees Celsius from the internal sensor on the OPT3101. The tMain
and tillum measurements are used in calibration to compensate for phase and crosstalk drift across temperature.
tillum
The derived data from the TILLUM register. The temperature reading in degrees Celsius from the external temperature sensor soldered to
the EVM PCB.
illumCh
The raw data from the TX_CHANNEL register. On Super-HDR mode this field indicates whether the 2 larger (illumCh=1) or 2 smaller
(illumCh=0) current values are being used.
illumDAC
The raw data from the HDR_MODE register. In HDR mode this field indicates whether the larger (illumDAC=1) or smaller (illumDAC=0)
current is being used. In Super-HDR mode this field indicates which of the 2 current values indicated by the illumCh field are being used.
SignalSat
The raw data from the SIG_OVL_FLAG register. A value of 1 indicates that the amplitude reading has saturated.
AmbientSat
The raw data from the AMB_OVL_FLAG register. A value of 1 indicates that the ambient reading has saturated.
SampleCounter
The derived data from the FRAME_COUNT0, FRAME_COUNT1, and FRAME_COUNT2 registers. Indicates the current data frame that is
being received from the OPT3101. This value starts at 0 and increments with each frame the OPT3101 reads. After reaching 31 this value
loops back to 0.
Plots
The GUI contains a distance plot Figure 15 and a composite plot Figure 16. These plots can be switched
between, using the tab buttons above the plot. The distance plot is a graph of the distance reading in
millimeters on the y-axis against the sample count on the x-axis. The composite plot overlays both
distance data and amplitude data. The plot settings can be tweaked by right clicking on the plot. The xaxis and y-axis options under the right-click menu allow the range of x- and y-axes displayed to be
changed. There is also an auto option that will dynamically change the range to match the data. Scrolling
will zoom in to or zoom out from the plot. Left-clicking and dragging will display a yellow rectangle that will,
upon releasing the mouse, zoom the data to the rectangle drawn. Right-clicking and dragging up or down
zooms the y-axis. Right-clicking and dragging right or left will zoom the x-axis. Right clicking and selecting
"View All" will reset the view.
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Figure 16. Composite Plot Showing Amplitude and Distance
Mean, Std, and the Blue Slider
There is a blue slider on the distance plot shown on the right side of the plot in Figure 15. Mean and Std
columns in the table where capture data is displayed are calculated from only the data within the blue
slider. Left-clicking on the middle of this slider and dragging moves the slider. Left-clicking on the edge of
either side of the slider and dragging will adjust the size of the slider. This allows the mean and standard
deviation of the distance, phase, and amplitude to be computed for any continuous portion of the
displayed data. If capture is running this data updates in real-time along with the data in the Live column.
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6.1
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Manual Driver Installation
This section outlines the manual driver installation process. If you are using Windows 7 or if the Windows
device manager shows the OPT3101 Control and OPT3101 Data as other devices instead of COM ports
as shown in Figure 17, use the following steps. If OPT3101 Control and OPT3101 Data show up as COM
ports automatically (as is the case with Windows 10), then this section can be skipped.
Figure 17. OPT3101 on Microsoft® Windows® 7 With Drivers not Installed
1. Open the device manager.
2. Right click on OPT3101 Control and select Properties.
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3. Click the Update Driver… button.
4. Click Browse my computer for driver software
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5. Click Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
6. Select Show All Devices and click the Next button.
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7. Click the Have Disk… button.
8. Click the Browse… button.
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9. Navigate to “C:\Users\<username>\Documents\Texas Instruments\Latte\projects\opt3101\drivers” and
choose MSP430_CDC. Click the Open button.
10. Click the OK button
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11. Select OPT3101 Control and click the Next button.
12. Click the Yes button.
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13. The driver should now install properly.
14. Now repeat this process (steps 1 to 13) for OPT3101 Data. All steps are the same except for step 2
and step 11. In step 2 make sure to right click OPT3101 Data instead of OPT3101 Control. Likewise,
on step 11 make sure to select OPT3101 Data instead of OPT3101 Control when installing the driver
as the following figure shows.
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15. When the OPT3101 Data driver is installed, you will see the following message.
16. OPT3101 Control and OPT3101 Data should now appear in the device manager under Ports (COM &
LPT) as the following image shows.
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OPT3101EVM Schematics, Layout, and BOM
This section contains the schematic diagrams, printed circuit board (PCB) layouts and complete bill of materials for the OPT3101EVM.
7.1
OPT3101EVM Schematics
Figure 18 illustrates the EVM schematics.
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U14
USB_5V
1
2
3
C31
C32
10uF
100nF
L1
IN
GND
EN
VDD_LDO
5
OUT
L2
VDD_3P3
AVDD_DUT_3P3V
4
NR/FB
C21
C34
C35
10uF
100nF
C33
TPS73633DBVR
C22
1uF
L3
C23
VDD_LED
C24
100nF 1uF
Supply Filter
L5
VDD_3P3
C25
100nF
IOVDD_DUT
C26
1uF
C27
100nF
VDD_EXT_3P3
C29
C30
1uF
100nF
C28
1uF
L6
L4
L7
IOVDD_DUT
VDD_3P3
100nF
VDD_EXTERNAL_3P3
C37
C38
1uF
100nF
100nF
VSS_IN
VSS_IN
VSS_IN
VSS_IN
VSS_IN
J17
C13
C14
1
IOVDD_DUT
IOVDD_DUT
SCL_S
30
SDA_S
29
GP3
A
C
P N
D2
SFH 213 FA
U28
U30
IOVDD_DUT
AGND
Shields
PD Loop
A0
AVSS
INM
INP
AVSS
AVSS
A0
C3
28
AVDD_DUT_3P3V
5
1uF
27
IOVDD_DUT 2
ANODE
1
3
4
RED
BLUE
GREEN
R1
R2
R3
RED
604
BLUE
330
330 GREEN
C10
0
R15
A0
0
R16
A1
0
R17
A2
I2C Slave address
Selection resistors
IOVDD_DUT
R10
VSYNC_RST
2.2k
2.2k
SDA_S
SCL_S
GP2
GP1
IOVDD_DUT
R13
R14
2.2k
IOVSS
U12
SCL_M 1
2
3
SCL
SDA
GND
V+
ALERT ADD0
6
5
4
SDA_M
TMP102AIDRLR
D1
SFH 4550
C18
U29
Temperature sensor close to LED
U31
100nF
Isolation ring LED HOLDER
100nF
1uF
C20
10pF
VSS_IN
U6
USB_5V
C9
100nF
VSS_IN
1
2
3
4
5
VCC
NC
DP
GND
DM
1uF
VDD_LED
100nF
4.7uF
V18
GND
ID
DP
DM
VBUS
G6
G5
G4
G3
G2
G1
1
2
3
4
5
TPD2E001DRLR
G6
G5
G4
G3
G2
G1
VUSB
GP2
7
2.2k
C19
C12
220nF
GP1
6
27
C8
27
220nF
SCL_S
5
VSS_IN
U4
R9
C5
R12
CLVBA-FKA
25
SDA_S
4
C11
47k
C4
14
13
12
11
10
9
R11
26
PJ.3/TCK
3
IOVDD_DUT
1
2
IOVSS3
4
5
6
7
8
LED HOLDER Isolation ring
100nF
PJ.2/TMS
C7
7
SDA_S
SCL_S
GP2
GP1
IOVDD
IOVDD
U7
10pF
R18
6
VDD_EXT_3P3
2
OPT3101-QFN28
GND
XT2IN
2
31
3
3
23
24
25
26
27
28
4
A1
A2
IOVSS
TX2
TX1
VSSL
TX0
IOVSS
1
GND
1
XT2OUT
VSS_IN
DP
DM
PJ.1/TD1/TCLK
PJ.0/TDO
P1.5/TA0.4
P1.4/TA0.3
DP
32
24
23
SENSE 22
21
20
GP1
GP4 19
17
VSYNC_RST 18
470nF
GREEN
C6
P1.3/TA0.2
DVCC1
P2.0/TA1.1
DVSS2
P1.7/TA1.0
AVSS1
P1.6/CBOUT
DVCC2
DVSS1
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P4.0
P5.5/XOUT
6pF
Minmize
loop
area
CSTCR4M00G15L99
3
C16
IOVDD_DUT
VSYNC_RST
SDA_M
SCL_M
2
1
VSSU
37
38
PU.0
40
41
39
PUR
PU.1
VBUS
VUSB
42
43
V18
44
AVSS2
46
45
P5.2/XT2IN
47
TEST
P5.4/XIN
R7
1M
U3
P4.1/PM_UCB1SDA
13
12
VDD_LDO
Matching Capacitor
C17
R6
1.5k
34
P4.2/PM_UCB1SCL
AVCC1
P1.2/TA0.1
IOVDD_DUT11
MSP430F5503IRGZ
P5.1
16
10
P4.3
BLUE
9
100nF
P4.4
P1.1/TA0.0
8
C2
35
P4.5
P5.0
P1.0/ACLK
7
Jumper
s hunt
36
P4.6
P6.3/CB3
15
6
IOVDD_DUT
VDD_3P3
7
7
U5
14
5
VDD_EXTERNAL_3P3
6
6
1uF
VDD_EXT_3P3
PUR
P4.7
P6.2/CB2
GP2
4
P6.1/CB1
RED
3
P6.0/CB0
P5.3/XT2OUT
49
48
PAD
RST
2
VCORE
1
VSS_IN
SENSE
5
5
100nF
C15
4
4
R5
100
GP4
3
3
1nF
2
100nF
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
SW 1
GP3
NC
AVDD
AVDD3
DVDD
REG_MODE
RST_MS_
SDA_M
SCL_M
4
4
2
3
3
1
DP
DM
PUR
V18
VUSB
XT2IN
XT2OUT
C1
2
1
PAD
1
R4
47k
2
J19
USB_5V
1
VSS_IN
VSS_IN
J20
Micro USB-B
USB_Connector
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OPT3101EVM PCB Layout
Figure 19 through Figure 22 illustrate the EVM PCB layouts.
Figure 19. PCB Layout Top Layer
Figure 20. PCB Layout Inner Layer 1
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Figure 21. PCB Layout Inner Layer 2
Figure 22. PCB Layout Bottom Layer
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OPT3101EVM Bill of Materials
Table 4. OPT3101EVM Bill of Materials
Item
Quantity
Reference
1
1
C1
2
17
3
Value
1 nF
PCB Footprint
Part Number
Manufacturer
Description
C0402
C1005X7R1H102K05
0BA
TDK CORPORATION 1000pF ±10% 50V
Ceramic Capacitor
X7R 0402 (1005
Metric)
C2,C3,C7,C8,C9,C13, 100 nF
C14,C18,C22,C24,C2
6,C28,C30,C32,C33,
C35,C38
C0402
CL05A104KO5NNNC
SAMSUNG
ELECTROMECHANICS
2
C4,C5
220 nF
C0402
C1005X5R1C224K05
0BB
TDK CORPORATION 0.22µF ±10% 16V
Ceramic Capacitor
X5R 0402 (1005
Metric)
4
1
C6
470 nF
C0402
GRM155R61A474KE
15D
Murata
5
2
C10,C11
10 pF
C0402
C1005C0G1H100D05 TDK CORPORATION 10pF ±0.5pF 50V
0BA
Ceramic Capacitor
C0G, NP0 0402
(1005 Metric)
6
1
C12
4.7 µF
CC0805
C2012X5R1C475M12 TDK CORPORATION 4.7µF ±20% 16V
5AC
Ceramic Capacitor
X5R 0805 (2012
Metric)
7
10
C15,C16,C19,C20,C2 1 µF
1,C23,C25,C27,C29,
C37
C0402
GRM155R61A105KE
15D
Murata
1µF ±10% 10V
Ceramic Capacitor
X5R 0402 (1005
Metric)
8
1
C17
6 pF
RC0201
GJM0335C1E6R0CB
01D
Murata
6pF ±0.25pF 25V
Ceramic Capacitor
C0G, NP0 0201
(0603 Metric)
9
2
C31,C34
10 µF
C0402
CL05A106MQ5NUNC SAMSUNG
ELECTROMECHANICS
10µF ±20% 6.3V
Ceramic Capacitor
X5R 0402 (1005
Metric)
10
1
D1
SFH 4550
SFH213FA
SFH 4550
OSRAM
EMITTER IR 860NM
100MA RADIAL
11
1
D2
SFH 213 FA
SFH213FA
SFH 213 FA
OSRAM
PHOTODIODE 5MM
900NM
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Ceramic Capacitor
X5R 0402 (1005
Metric)
0.47µF ±10% 10V
Ceramic Capacitor
X5R 0402 (1005
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Item
Quantity
Reference
Value
PCB Footprint
Part Number
Manufacturer
Description
12
2
J17,J19
TMS-107-01-L-S
SAMTEC_TMS-10701-L-S
TMS-107-01-L-S
Samtech
13
1
J20
ZX62R-B-5P(30)
te_1981568_cus
ZX62R-B-5P(30)
Hirose Electric Co Ltd CONN RCPT MICRO
USB B R/A SMD
14
7
L1,L2,L3,L4,L5,L6,L7
MMZ1005S182ET000 FB0402H0_55
MMZ1005S182ET000 TDK CORPORATION FB,1.8
KOhms@100MHz,20
0mA,1.5Ohms DC
,G,SMD0402
15
1
R1
604 Ω
RC0402
RC0402FR-07604RL
yageo
RES SMD 604 OHM
5% 1/16W 0402
16
2
R2,R3
330 Ω
RC0402
RC0402JR-07330RL
yageo
RES SMD 330 OHM
5% 1/16W 0402
17
2
R4,R18
47 kΩ
RC0402
RC0402FR-0747KL
yageo
RES SMD 47K OHM
1% 1/16W 0402
18
1
R5
100 Ω
RC0402
RC0402FR-07100RL
yageo
RES SMD 100 OHM
1% 1/16W 0402
19
1
R6
1.5 kΩ
RC0402
RC0402FR-071K5L
yageo
RES SMD 1.5K OHM
1% 1/16W 0402
20
1
R7
1 MΩ
RC0402
RC0402FR-071ML
yageo
RES SMD 1M OHM
1% 1/16W 0402
21
2
R9,R10
27 Ω
RC0402
RC0402JR-0727RL
YAGEO
RES SMD 27 OHM
5% 1/16W 0402
22
4
R11,R12,R13,R14
2.2 kΩ
RC0402
RC0402FR-072K2L
YAGEO
RES SMD 2.2K OHM
1% 1/16W 0402
23
3
R15,R16,R17
0Ω
RC0402
RC0402JR-070RL
YAGEO
RES SMD 0.0OHM
JUMPER 1/16W 0402
24
1
SW1
PTS830GM140
SMTR LFS
sw_pts830
PTS830GM140
SMTR LFS
C&K
SWITCH TACTILE
SPST-NO 0.05A 12V
25
1
U3
CSTCR4M00G15L99
MURATA_CSTCR_G
15L
CSTCR4M00G15L99
Murata
CER RES
4.0000MHZ 39PF
SMD
26
1
U4
CLVBA-FKACAEDH8BBB7A363C
T-ND
LED_CLVBA-FKACAEDH8BBB7A363
CLVBA-FKACAEDH8BBB7A363C
T-ND
CREE
LED RGB DIFFUSED
4PLCC SMD
27
1
U5
MSP430F5503IRGZ
qfn50p700x700x8049n_a
MSP430F5503IRGZ
Texas Instruments
IC MCU 16BIT 32KB
FLASH 48VQFN
28
1
U6
TPD2E001DRLR
SOT553
TPD2E001DRLR
Texas Instruments
TVS DIODE 5.5VWM
100VC SOT5
29
1
U7
OPT3101-QFN28
QFN50P400X500X10
0_EPA-29N
OPT3101RHFR
Texas Instruments
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Item
Quantity
Reference
Value
PCB Footprint
Part Number
Manufacturer
Description
30
1
U12
TMP102AIDRLR
SOT563
TMP102AIDRLR
Texas Instruments
Temperature Sensor
Digital, Local -40°C ~
125°C 11 b SOT-563
31
1
U14
TPS73633DBVR
SOT-23-5H1_45
TPS73633DBVR
Texas Instruments
IC,Regulator,TPS736
33DBVR,400mA,ADJ,
1%,G,SOT23-5,SMD
32
1
H17
DC11
DC11
Any
PCB
33
4
H19,H20,H21,H22
M3 Screw
NMS-308
Essentra Components MACHINE SCREW
PAN PHILLIPS M3
34
4
H23,H24,H25,H26
10mm Stand
25510
Keystone Electronics
HEX SPACER M3
PLASTIC 10MM
35
1
H27
NPB02SVAN-RC
NPB02SVAN-RC
Sullins Connector
Solutions
Jumper Shunt
36
2
U28,U29
Isolation Rings
KR-CT374
Smith Tool & Mfg
Alloy 122 Copper
Tubing .3125" OD
(5/16 inch) x .032" W
cut to 0.374+/-.004
ENIG Coated -- PreOrdered
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2
U30,U31
LED Holder Clip
Bivar C-174
Bivar
LED HOLDER PNL
CLIP 5MM BK NYL
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8.1
Runnining Scripts and Collecting Data
8.1.1
Hidden IDE Window
The Latte program runs a number of python scripts in the background to capture and display data from the EVM. These scripts allow for
initialization of the device including loading calibration data from the EVM flash memory, launching a live view window with measurement plot and
readings, and additional functionality such as reading from the flash and selecting a specific LED current for the device to use. For advance users
or users looking for more flexibility when using the OPT3101EVM these python scripts are available in an integrated development environment
(IDE) window that is minimized when TI-Latte is launched. The IDE window allows advanced users to customize the existing scripts or write new
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Figure 23. IDE Window
Figure 23 shows the scripts window.
Customization of the 01-variableSetup.py scripts allows for initialization paremeters of the device to be changed. Latte also provides
functionality to write custom Python scripts for testing and evaluation purposes with the OPT3101. The example scripts provided can be used
as a reference to write custom scripts.
The default script install location is:
C:\Users\<user name> \Documents\Texas Instruments\Latte\projects\opt3101
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8.1.2
Initialization
The EVM is initialized by running the devInit.py script in Latte. This runs the variablesSetup.py, Initialization.py, and loadRegistersFromFlash.py
scripts in addition to creating the objects for interfacing with the device (dev), the device registers (regProg), and the capture infrastructure of
the MSP430 on the EVM (capDev), which allows for higher speed data transfer over a dedicated data COM port. Running the devInit.py script
will automatically run the launchGUI.py script after completing initialization steps. This will display the graphical window for controlling the EVM
and visualizing data.
8.1.3
Calibration
The OPT3101 device has a number of calibration features to increase the device’s performance that are loaded when running devInit.py. The
EVM is calibrated for internal crosstalk, illumination crosstalk, phase offset, crosstalk over temperature, phase offset over temperature, and
ambient correction. For more details on these calibration features see OPT3101 ToF based Long Range Proximity and Distance Sensor AFE
and the OPT3101 Distance Sensor System Calibration. The EVM calibration values are stored onboard the flash of the MSP430. The
calibration values are loaded from the flash into the OPT3101 using the loadRegistersFromFlash.py script in Latte.
8.1.4
Running the Scripts
After launching Latte, expand the OPT3101 directory on the left hand side of the window under Files by clicking the triangle to the left of the
directory name. This displays the calibData, drivers, and OPT3101EVMrevE3_Demo folders. Further expanding the OPT3101EVMrevE3_Demo
folder will display all the example scripts as shown in Figure 24.
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Device Initialization: devInit.py
Open the devInit.py script by clicking on the corresponding file in the OPT3101EVMrevE3_Demo folder on the left side of the screen. This displays
the contents of the script on the center of the window. With devInit.py still selected in TI-Latte, click Run>Buffer from the top menu bar of TI-Latte
(or press F5) to run the script. Once completed, the live view GUI is opened in a new window. More details on the live view GUI are given in the
following section. Additional info is also displayed in the log window in the lower left- hand corner of the main window. Figure 25 shows the register
view and log output added to the main window.
Figure 25. After Running devInit.py
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Capture GUI: launchGUI.py
A liveview GUI window is launched when running the devInit.py script. This allows data from the OPT3101 to be viewed on a graph in real time.
The GUI is created in the launchGUI.py example script. When running devInit.py, the launchGUI.py script is automatically run. However, if the
GUI window is closed it can be re-launched by directly running the launchGUI.py script. To do this, select the launchGUI.py script and click
Run>Buffer or press F5. Figure 15 shows the live GUI plot
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Regulatory Notices:
3.1 United States
3.1.1
Notice applicable to EVMs not FCC-Approved:
FCC NOTICE: This kit is designed to allow product developers to evaluate electronic components, circuitry, or software
associated with the kit to determine whether to incorporate such items in a finished product and software developers to write
software applications for use with the end product. This kit is not a finished product and when assembled may not be resold or
otherwise marketed unless all required FCC equipment authorizations are first obtained. Operation is subject to the condition
that this product not cause harmful interference to licensed radio stations and that this product accept harmful interference.
Unless the assembled kit is 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 an FCC license holder or must secure an experimental authorization under part 5 of this chapter.
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
operate the equipment.
FCC Interference Statement for Class A EVM devices
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to
correct the interference at his own expense.
FCC Interference Statement for Class B EVM devices
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:
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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.
3.2 Canada
3.2.1
For EVMs issued with an Industry Canada Certificate of Conformance to RSS-210 or RSS-247
Concerning EVMs Including Radio Transmitters:
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(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.
Concernant les EVMs avec appareils radio:
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation
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:
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser)
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.
Concernant les EVMs avec antennes détachables
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
manuel d’usage et ayant un gain admissible maximal et l'impédance requise pour chaque type d'antenne. Les types d'antenne
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
Notice for EVMs delivered in Japan: Please see http://www.tij.co.jp/lsds/ti_ja/general/eStore/notice_01.page 日本国内に
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
3.3.2
Notice for Users of EVMs Considered “Radio Frequency Products” in Japan: EVMs entering Japan may not be certified
by TI as conforming to Technical Regulations of Radio Law of Japan.
If User uses EVMs in Japan, not certified to Technical Regulations of Radio Law of Japan, User is required to follow the
instructions set forth by Radio Law of Japan, which includes, but is not limited to, the instructions below with respect to EVMs
(which for the avoidance of doubt are stated strictly for convenience and should be verified by User):
1.
2.
3.
Use EVMs in a shielded room or any other test facility as defined in the notification #173 issued by Ministry of Internal
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
EVMs, or
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1.
2.
3.
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Notice for EVMs for Power Line Communication: Please see http://www.tij.co.jp/lsds/ti_ja/general/eStore/notice_02.page
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3.4.1
For EVMs subject to EU Directive 2014/30/EU (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive):
This is a class A product intended for use in environments other than domestic environments that are connected to a
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product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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related to, for example, temperatures and voltages.
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4.3.1
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customary safeguards. Exceeding the specified performance ratings and specifications (including but not limited to input
and output voltage, current, power, and environmental ranges) for the EVM may cause personal injury or death, or
property damage. If there are questions concerning performance ratings and specifications, User should contact a TI
field representative prior to connecting interface electronics including input power and intended loads. Any loads applied
outside of the specified output range may also result in unintended and/or inaccurate operation and/or possible
permanent damage to the EVM and/or interface electronics. Please consult the EVM user guide prior to connecting any
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During normal operation, even with the inputs and outputs kept within the specified allowable ranges, some circuit
components may have elevated case temperatures. These components include but are not limited to linear regulators,
switching transistors, pass transistors, current sense resistors, and heat sinks, which can be identified using the
information in the associated documentation. When working with the EVM, please be aware that the EVM may become
very warm.
4.3.2
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User assumes all responsibility and liability for proper and safe handling and use of the EVM by User or its employees,
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and/or mechanical) between the EVM and any human body are designed with suitable isolation and means to safely
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liability for any improper or unsafe handling or use of the EVM by User or its employees, affiliates, contractors or
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