EVBUM2037 - NCV7381 FlexRay® Bus Driver Evaluation Board

EVBUM2037 - NCV7381 FlexRay® Bus Driver Evaluation Board
NCV73810V2GEVB
NCV7381 FlexRay) Bus
Driver Evaluation Board
User's Manual
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EVAL BOARD USER’S MANUAL
Introduction
allows users immediately start with the NCV7381 FlexRay
Bus Driver. The MCU is preprogrammed with a firmware
which provides simple mode control and FlexRay
communication. With use of Freescale BDM programmer
and a suitable development environment, the MCU
firmware can be freely modified and reprogrammed.
This document describes the NCV7381 APP V2
Evaluation board for the ON Semiconductor NCV7381
FlexRay® Bus Driver. The functionality and major
parameters can be evaluated with the NCV7381_APP_v2
board.
The NCV7381 is a single-channel FlexRay® bus driver
compliant with the FlexRay® Electrical Physical Layer
Specification Rev. 3.0.1, capable of communicating at
speeds of up to 10 Mb/s. It provides differential transmit and
receive capability between a wired FlexRay®
communication medium on one side and a protocol
controller and a host on the other side.
NCV7381 mode control functionality is optimized for
nodes permanently connected to car battery.
Additional details can be found in the NCV7381
datasheet.
NCV7381 Pin Connections
1
16
VCC
EN
2
15
BP
VIO
3
14
BM
13
GND
12
WAKE
11
VBAT
NCV7381
INH
TxD
4
TxEN
5
RxD
6
BGE
7
10
ERRN
STBN
8
9
RxEN
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Board Hardware
The board consists of MCU with integrated 2-channel
FlexRay communication controller interconnected with two
separate FlexRay bus drivers (NCV7381), two switchable
voltage regulators and peripherals. The board is prepared for
various modifications in power supply concept and FlexRay
bus termination, and allows simple extension of the system
by unused MCU pins. USB interface provides compatibility
with standard PC. The address of each board can be easily
modified by address switch what allows creating complex
FlexRay network without need of reprogramming the MCU.
Implemented High Speed CAN interface can be used as
a diagnostic interface in a network built from several nodes.
For evaluation purposes NCV7381 is populated with several
LED diodes and most of the bus driver signals are
comfortable accessible to oscilloscope probes.
The NCV7381_APP_V2 Evaluation board is a reference
design for stand-alone 2-channel FlexRay® node. The board
is intended to give designers easy, quick and convenient
means for evaluation of NCV7381 FlexRay bus drivers. The
design incorporates complete node solution with possibility
of modifications and small board size. A set of two boards
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GENERAL FEATURES
FlexRay Transceiver
• Two Separate FlexRay® Channels with NCV7381 Bus Driver Compliant with the FlexRay Electrical Physical Layer
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Specification Rev. 3.0.1
Reconfigurable Bus Termination – End Node/Middle Node
Common Mode Choke and Additional ESD Protection Footprint
SUBD-9 Connectors – FlexRay bus
Local Wakeup Switch
MCU
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•
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Freescale 16-bit MC9S12XF Family MCU
Integrated FlexRay Communication Controller (Protocol Specification Rev. 2.1)
Integrated CAN 2.0 A, B Controller
Background Debug Modul – Single-wire Communication with Host Development System
512 kB Flash
32 kB RAM
50 MHz Maximum CPU Bus Frequency
Relatively Small 112-pin LQFP Package
Peripherals
•
•
•
•
•
Optical Isolated USB Interface (USB to UART Converter)
Additional CAN Interface
All NCV7381 Digital I/O Pins Connected to Test Points – Easy Connection to Logic Analyzer
8 General Purpose LEDs
Address Switch
Other
•
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Two Automotive Voltage Regulators with Inhibit Function (Input Battery Voltage Up to 42 V)
Power Supplies Voltage Monitoring
Instant 2-nodes FlexRay Network with Running Communication by Connecting Two NCV7381 EVBs
PC Configuration Software under Development (Available upon Request)
PCB Layout
• The FlexRay Transceiver, the ESD Protection and the Common Mode Choke are Placed near to the FlexRay the ECU
Connector
• The FlexRay Signal Lines (BP, BM) are Decoupled from Disturbances on the ECU Board
• The Routing of the FlexRay Lines (BP, BM, TX and TXEN) is Symmetric
• The Distance between the Lines BP and BM resp. TX and TXEN is Minimized
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GETTING STARTED
The NCV7381EVB board is fully assembled, pre-programmed and can be immediately used for evaluation. Only a few steps
need be proceeded to get fully working simple FlexRay network.
Connect the evaluation boards as follows:
1. Set the boards to default configuration according to Jumpers and Default Configuration section
2. Set a different board address on each board. One of the boards must be set with address 1 and is considered as Master
Board. Node address is configurable by address switch (SW12) – see Address Switch section for details
3. Connect the boards according to figure below
4. Optionally connect an oscilloscope to any test-point as needed
5. After the power supply is applied, FlexRay communication is automatically initialized
With properly running setup, button SW11 (#IRQ) has following functions:
• Press the button shortly to read-out Bus Driver status register (Only in Bus Driver status indication mode)
• Press and hold the button for approximately 2 seconds to change LED bar indication mode. Three modes are available:
♦
♦
♦
♦
FlexRay communication indication – each LED is assigned to one slot according to LED number. The LED is blinking
if the respective slot in FlexRay communication is active
Bus Driver status indication – Channel A,
Bus Driver status indication – Channel B:
LED1 – Local Wake-Up status
LED2 – Remote Wake-Up status
LED3 – TxEN-BGE Timeout status
LED4 – Bus Error status
LED5 – Vio Undervoltage status
LED6 – Vcc Undervoltage status
LED7 – Vbat Undervoltage status
LED8 – Power On status
Press and hold the button for more than 5 seconds – Both nodes are switched to SLEEP mode and can be woken-up by
one of the Local Wake-up switches. Only Node 1 is allowed to send the rest of network to SLEEP mode
In SLEEP mode, NCV7381 is supplied only from VBAT supply. VCC and VIO power supplies are switched off by NCV7381
INH output. MCU is not running and the board can be woken-up only with one of the Local Wakeup buttons (SW70, SW80).
• NCV7381 Local Wakeup function – Wake-up one of the nodes by any Local Wakeup button
• NCV7381 Remote Wakeup function – Second node is woken-up by Remote Wakeup pattern sent over the FlexRay bus
by first node during initialization phase after Local Wakeup
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BOARD OVERVIEW
Basic Interface
Legend:
1 Power Supply Input Connector
2 Aux Digital I/O Connector
3 CAN Backbone Connector 1
4 CAN Backbone Connector 2
5 USB Interface
6 Address Switch
7 FlexRay CC Strobe Output Signals
8 BDM Connector (MCU Debugging Interface)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
FlexRay BD Signals Test Points (Channel A)
FlexRay BD Signals Test Points (Channel B)
MCU Reset Switch
MCU External Interrupt Switch
BD Local Wakeup Switch (Channel A)
BD Local Wakeup Switch (Channel B)
FlexRay Bus Connector (Channel A)
FlexRay Bus Connector (Channel B)
Power Supply Input Connector
J1
Power supply input socket. Plug diameter 2.1 mm, length
14 mm. Maximum input voltage 42 V (Limited by onboard
voltage regulators).
Aux Digital I/O Connector
GND
GND
SS0
These pin header contains 6 auxiliary MCU signals – one
complete SPI interface (4 pins) and one UART interface
(2 pins). These signals can be also used as general
Input/Output signals for debugging or other purposes.
SCK0
MOSI0
MISO0
TXD1
RXD1
J12
CAN Backbone Connectors
CAN backbone network is created as parallel connection
of several boards. Each board contains two equivalent
connectors in parallel, so whole network can be prepared
using only simple point-to-point twisted pair.
H40
H41
PCB1
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H40
H41
PCB2
J40
H40
H41
PCB3
J40
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USB Interface
Standard B type USB socket is used for connection to PC. USB interface is bus powered and electrically isolated from the
rest of the board, so it is not possible to supply this board via USB.
The MCU FlexRay block provides a number of strobe
signals for observing internal protocol timing related signals
in the protocol engine.
STBN1
STBN3
STBN0
STBN2
J11
FlexRay CC Strobe Output Signals
These signals are connected to STBN pin header:
BDM Connector (MCU Debugging Interface)
J10
The BDM module provides a single-wire communication
with host development system (Programming and
debugging interface).
GND
BKGD
NC
RESET
NC
VCC
FlexRay BD Digital Signals Test Points Headers
J83
These headers are intended to be used as a test points for
digital probes. Headers contain all FlexRay BD digital input
and output signals.
Test points for both FlexRay channel A and channel B are
placed on separated headers (J73 – channel A,
J83 – channel B).
GND
GND
EN
TXD
TXEN
RXD
BGE
STBN
ERRN
RXEN
FlexRay BD Analog Signals Test Points
Each FlexRay channel contains 4 analog test points:
•
•
•
•
INH1 – Bus Driver Inhibit 1 output
INH2 – Bus Driver Inhibit 2 output
BP – FlexRay Bus Plus terminal
BM – FlexRay Bus Minus terminal
FlexRay Bus Connectors
FlexRay EPL Specification [1] does not prescribe certain connectors for FlexRay systems. Common used 9-pin D-Sub
connectors were chosen as a suitable connector, whose electrical characteristics satisfy the specification.
Table 1. FLEXRAY CONNECTOR
Pin #
Signal
Description
Connection
1
−
Reserved
Not Connected
2
FR_BM
BM Bus Line
BM
3
FR_GND
Ground
GND
4
−
Reserved
Not Connected
5
−
Reserved
Not Connected
6
−
Reserved
Not Connected
7
FR_BP
BP Bus Line
BP
8
−
Reserved
Not Connected
9
(FR_Vbat)
Optional FR External Supply
Main Supply Line
Connector type: 9-pin D-Sub (DIN 41652 or corresponding international standard), plug (male)
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ESD Protection
Yes (Optional)
Yes (Optional)
Yes
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Jumpers and Default Configuration
Figure 1. Jumpers and Soldering Straps
Table 2. 2-PIN JUMPER
Table 3. 3-PIN JUMPER
Open
1 2 3
Open
Closed
Closed Position 1−2
Closed Position 2−3
Table 4. NCV7381 EVB JUMPERS CONFIGURATION
Jumper
Function
Configuration
Open
J20
MCU VCC 5 V State
Closed
Always On
Open
J23
BC VIO Power Supply Selection
BD VCC State
J32
BD VCC Inhibit Source (Ch A)
J33
BD VCC Inhibit Source (Ch B)
J40
CAN Bus Termination
J52
General Purpose LED
Default
Open
BD VIO Disconnected
Closed 1−2
BD VIO Connected to MCU VCC
Closed 2−3
BD VIO − External VIO Power Supply
Open
J30
Description
Controlled by bd_INH1_x
Closed 1−2
Controlled by MCU
Closed
Controlled by bd_INHx_x
Open
bd_INH2_A
Closed
bd_INH1_A
Open
bd_INH2_B
Closed
bd_INH1_B
Open
Closed
Closed
Closed
Without Termination
With 120 Termination
Closed
Open
LEDs Disabled
Closed
LEDs Enabled
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Table 4. NCV7381 EVB JUMPERS CONFIGURATION
Jumper
Function
Configuration
Open
J70
Bus Driver VBAT Supply (Ch A)
J71
Bus Driver VBUF Supply (Ch A)
J80
Bus Driver VBAT Supply (Ch B)
J81
Bus Driver VBUF Supply (Ch B)
Description
Default
BD VBAT Disconnected
Closed
BD VBAT Connected
Open
Closed
BD VBUF Disconnected
Closed
BD VBUF Connected to BD VCC
Open
Open
BD VBAT Disconnected
Closed
BD VBAT Connected
Open
Closed
BD VBUF Disconnected
Closed
BD VBUF Connected to BD VCC
Open
Switches and Pushbuttons
Figure 2. Switches Description
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•
•
•
SW10…MCU Reset button
SW11…MCU External interrupt button
SW12…8-way DIP switch. The function depends on the MCU program. As default ti it used for setting a node address
SW70…FlexRay Transceiver Local Wakeup button (Channel A)
SW80…FlexRay Transceiver Local Wakeup button (Channel B)
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Address Switch
This switch is used for setting a node number. Each board is programmed with the same firmware, so every node in the
network must be configured with different unique number.
Be careful:
LSB is situated on the left.
ON means the particular switch is closed and output is
Logical 0!
OFF means the particular switch is open and output is
Logical 1!
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SW12
OFF
ON
MCU Reset Button
This switch is used for generating low level at the MCU Reset pin. If MCU detects low level at the RESET pin external reset
is performed.
MCU External Interrupt Button
The MCU interrupt module support one maskable interrupt input. This input is connected to SW11.
BD Local Wakeup Buttons
The FlexRay Bus drivers support Local Wakeup event detection. If a falling edge is recognized on WAKE pin, a local wakeup
is detected. These switches (each for one FlexRay channel) are used for simulation of Local wakeup event normally generated
by e.g. mechanical switch.
LEDs
Three power LEDs indicate proper function of voltage regulators. In case the MCU and the NCV7381 bus drivers IO cells
use the same power supply (as by default) MCU VCC LED and BD VIO LED signalling is also the same.
The board contains a bank of eight general purpose LEDs (Green). Their function depends on the MCU program. There is
also USB indication LED which is used to signal ongoing USB data transmission.
Figure 3. LEDs Description
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BLOCK DIAGRAM
Figure 4. NCV7381 Evaluation Board Block Diagram
NCV7381 Typical Application Diagram
CVBAT1
CVBAT2
VBAT
IN
INH
VIO reg.
OUT
INH
CVIO
IN
VCC reg.
OUT
MCU
+
FlexRay CC
+
(Bus Guardian)
TxD
2
15
3
14
4
TxEN
5
RxD
BGE
STBN
16
13
12
6
11
7
10
8
9
VCC
BP
CMC
BP
BM
GND
WAKE
VBAT
RBUS2
VIO
1
CBUS
RxEN
RWAKE2
Figure 5. NCV7381 FlexRay Bus Driver Typical Application Diagram
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BM
ERRN
RWAKE1
EN
NCV7381
INH
RBUS1
CVCC
WAKE
GND
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Function
Component
1.
2.
3.
4.
Min
Typ
Max
Units
CVBAT1
Decoupling Capacitor on Battery Line, Electrolytic
10
F
CVBAT2
Decoupling Capacitor on Battery Line, Ceramic (XR7)
100
nF
CVCC
Decoupling Capacitor on VCC Supply Line, Ceramic (XR7) (Note 1)
100
nF
CVIO
Decoupling Capacitor on VIO Supply Line, Ceramic (XR7) (Note 1)
100
nF
RWAKE1
Pull−up Resistor on WAKE Pin
33
k
RWAKE2
Serial Protection Resistor on WAKE Pin
3.3
k
RBUS1
Bus Termination Resistor (Note 2)
47.5
RBUS2
Bus Termination Resistor (Note 2)
47.5
CBUS
Common−mode Stabilizing Capacitor (Note 3)
4.7
nF
CMC
Common−mode Chokes (Note 4)
100
H
To improve EMC performance, 2.2 F ceramic decoupling capacitor is recommended.
Type 1206 ±1%
Type 0805 ±1%
Recommended common-mode chokes: EPCOS B82789C0104N00x, EPCOS B82799C0104N001, TDK ACT45R-101-2P-TLxxx,
TDK ACT45B-101-2P-TLxxx (x= don’t care).
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply
The Evaluation board can be power either via DC power supply input socket with plug diameter 2.1 mm and length 14 mm
or by one of the FlexRay bus connectors (See the connector description section). Maximum input voltage (42 V) is limited by
on-board voltage regulators input voltage range.
Split Termination
In order to achieve a better EMC performance, it is recommended to make use of a so-called split termination in all ECUs,
where the Termination resistance RT is split into two equal parts RTA and RTB [2].
ECU
BP
RTA
BD
C1 R1
RTB
BM
Figure 6. ECU with Split Termination [2]
The serial RC combination (R1; C1) at the centre tap of the split termination provides a termination to GND for common
mode signals. R1 is preferably omitted. Typical values are given in the following table:
Table 5. TERMINATION PARAMETERS
Name
Description
Typ
Units
R1
Resistor
< 10
C1
Capacitor
4700
pF
≤2
%
2 x ⎪RTA − RTB⎪ / (RTA + RTB)
Matching of Termination Resistors
For RTA and RTB the use of 1% tolerated resistors leads to a matching of 2%.
The better the matching of the split termination resistors RTA and RTB, the lower the electromagnetic emission.
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Standard Termination
Recommended bus split termination is shown in the Figure 7. Considering passive network, without active stars, proper
termination should be applied at the two nodes that have the maximum electrical distance on the bus. The sum of termination
resistors values should match the nominal cable impedance. At other nodes a high ohmic split termination should be applied.
BP
FlexRay Bus
BM
Driver
BUS
RTA
RTB
C1
Figure 7. Basic Split Termination
Table 6. BASIC SPLIT TERMINATION PARAMETERS
Value
Name
Description
RTA, RTB
C1
Termination Resistors
Capacitor
End Node
Middle Node
Units
47
1300
4700
4700
pF
Custom Termination
In some cases a specific termination topology is required for middle modes. Such a termination connection and typical values
are shown in Figure 9 and Table 7.
BP
FlexRay Bus
BM
Driver
BP
FlexRay Bus
BM
Driver
BUS
RTA
BUS
CTA
CTB
RTA
RTB
R1
C1
RTB
C1
Figure 8. End Node Split Termination
Figure 9. Middle Node Split Termination
Table 7. CUSTOM SPLIT TERMINATION PARAMETERS
Value
Name
RTA, RTB
Description
Termination Resistors
End Node
Middle Node
Units
47
24
C1
Capacitor
4700
4.7
pF
R1
Resistor
−
47
Termination Capacitors
−
100
pF
CTA, CTB
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Common Mode Choke
A common mode choke is used to improve the emission and immunity performance. The function of the common mode
choke is to force the current in both signal wires to be of the same strength, but opposite direction. Therefore, the choke
represents high impedance for common mode signals. The parasitic stray inductance should be as low as possible in order to
keep oscillations on the bus low. The common mode choke is placed between transceiver and split termination [2].
ECU
BP
RTA
BD
C1 R1
RTB
BM
Figure 10. ECU with Split Termination and Common Mode Choke [2]
Table 8. COMMON MODE CHOKE REQUIREMENTS [2]
Name
Description
Typ
Units
≤1
Main Inductance
≥ 100
H
Stray Inductance
<1
H
RCMC
Resistance per Line
LCMC
L
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MCU PROGRAMMING INTERFACE
The NCV7381 EVB firmware can be freely reprogrammed using MCU programming and debugging interface (J10). The
used Freescale MC9S12XF Family MCU can be programmed with P&E USB Multilink BDM module.
P&E USB Multilink BDM Module Distributors
Distributor
Telephone
Email
Arrow Electronics
(877) 237−8621
[email protected]
Avnet Electronics
(800) 408−8353
[email protected]
Digi−Key Corporation
(800) 344−4539
[email protected]digikey.com
Future Electronics
(800) 675−1619
[email protected]
Mouser Electronics
(800) 346−6873
[email protected]
Newark
(800) 463−9275
[email protected]
Software Development Tool
Suitable development tool allowing programming and debugging Freescale microcontrollers is CodeWarrior
Development Studio (www.freescale.com). The P&E USB Multilink BDM module is directly supported.
The NCV7381 EVB firmware can be downloaded from ON Semiconductor web site (www.onsemi.com).
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SCHEMATIC
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PCB DRAWINGS
Assembly Drawings
Figure 11. NCV7381 EVB PCB Top Assembly Drawing
Figure 12. NCV7381 EVB PCB Bottom Assembly Drawing
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Composite Drawings
Figure 13. NCV7381 EVB PCB Top Composite Drawing
Figure 14. NCV7381 EVB PCB Bottom Composite Drawing (Mirrored)
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PCB General Parameters
• Material:
FR4
• Cu Plating Thickness: 18 m
0.5 oz
• Surface Treatment:
Au
• Solder Resist:
Green, Both Sides
Dimensions
• Length:
107.2 mm
• Width:
70.4 m
• Thickness:
1.5 mm
• Minimum Clearance: 0.25 mm
4220 mil
2770 mil
9.842 mil
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REFERENCES
[1] On Semiconductor, NCV7381 FlexRay® Transceiver, Rev. 0, May 2012.
[2] FlexRay Consortium. FlexRay Communications System – Electrical Physical Layer Specification, V3.0.1, October 2010.
[3] FlexRay Consortium. FlexRay Communications System – Physical Layer EMC Measurement Specification, V3.0.1,
October 2010.
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PACKAGE DRAWING AND DIMENSIONS
16 LEAD SSOP
CASE 940B−03
ISSUE D
SCALE 2:1
K
16 PL REF
0.12 (0.005)
M
T U
S
V
S
0.25 (0.010)
N
L/2
16
9
M
N
B
L
−U−
PIN 1
IDENT
1
F
8
DETAIL E
A
−V−
K
J
0.20 (0.008)
M
ÇÇÇÇ
ÇÇÇÇ
ÉÉÉÉ
ÇÇÇÇ
T U
S
J1
K1
SECTION N−N
0.076 (0.003)
−T−
SEATING
PLANE
−W−
C
D
G
H
DETAIL E
NOTES:
1. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI
Y14.5M, 1982.
2. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: MILLIMETER.
3. DIMENSION A DOES NOT INCLUDE MOLD FLASH,
PROTRUSIONS OR GATE BURRS. MOLD FLASH
OR GATE BURRS SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.15
(0.006) PER SIDE.
4. DIMENSION B DOES NOT INCLUDE INTERLEAD
FLASH OR PROTRUSION. INTERLEAD FLASH OR
PROTRUSION SHALL NOT EXCEED 0.15 (0.006)
PER SIDE.
5. DIMENSION K DOES NOT INCLUDE DAMBAR
PROTRUSION/INTRUSION. ALLOWABLE DAMBAR
PROTRUSION SHALL BE 0.13 (0.005) TOTAL IN
EXCESS OF K DIMENSION AT MAXIMUM
MATERIAL CONDITION. DAMBAR INTRUSION
SHALL NOT REDUCE DIMENSION K BY MORE
THAN 0.07 (0.002) AT LEAST MATERIAL
CONDITION.
6. TERMINAL NUMBERS ARE SHOWN FOR
REFERENCE ONLY.
7. DIMENSION A AND B ARE TO BE DETERMINED
AT DATUM PLANE -W-.
DIM
A
B
C
D
F
G
H
J
J1
K
K1
L
M
MILLIMETERS
MIN
MAX
6.07
6.33
5.20
5.38
1.73
1.99
0.05
0.21
0.63
0.95
0.65 BSC
0.73
0.90
0.09
0.20
0.09
0.16
0.25
0.38
0.25
0.33
7.65
7.90
0
8
INCHES
MIN
MAX
0.238
0.249
0.205
0.212
0.068
0.078
0.002
0.008
0.024
0.037
0.026 BSC
0.028
0.035
0.003
0.008
0.003
0.006
0.010
0.015
0.010
0.013
0.301
0.311
0
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