EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ

EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ
Circuit Note
CN-0376
Devices Connected/Referenced
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AD7124-4
8-Channel, Low Noise, Low Power, 24-Bit,
Sigma-Delta ADC with PGA and Reference
ADuM5010
2.5 kV rms, Isolated DC-to-DC Converter
ADuM1441
Micropower Quad-Channel Digital Isolator
ADP2441
36 V, 1 A, Synchronous, Step-Down
DC-to-DC Regulator
Channel-to-Channel Isolated Temperature Input (Thermocouple/RTD) for
PLC/DCS Applications
EVALUATION AND DESIGN SUPPORT
CIRCUIT FUNCTION AND BENEFITS
Circuit Evaluation Boards
CN-0376 Circuit Evaluation Board (EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ)
System Demonstration Platform (EVAL-SDP-CB1Z)
Design and Integration Files
Schematics, Layout Files, Bill of Materials
The circuit shown in Figure 1 provides a dual-channel, channelto-channel isolated, thermocouple or RTD input suitable for
programmable logic controllers (PLC) and distributed control
systems (DCS). The highly integrated design utilizes a low
power, 24-bit, Σ-Δ analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with a
rich analog and digital feature set that requires no additional
signal conditioning ICs.
Each channel can accept either a thermocouple or a RTD input.
The entire circuit is powered from a standard 24 V bus supply.
Each channel measures only 27 mm × 50 mm.
DIGITAL
INTERFACE
P2
SDP
PMOD
OTHER
DUPLICATE CHANNEL
FIELD SUPPLY
+24V GND
VREF
REFOUT
AIN0 (IOUT)
3kΩ
P1
1nF
RREF
1
IEXC 3.92kΩ 3kΩ 1nF
3kΩ
(4-WIRE)
(3-WIRE)
THERMOCOUPLE
3kΩ
AIN+
1nF
RTD
AVDD
10nF
IEXC
IEXC
AIN1
AIN4 (IOUT/VBIAS)
CS
DIN
SCLK
DOUT
RETURN
5.62kΩ 1
AIN5
AIN6
AVSS
VSEL
GNDP
3.3V
ADP2441
DC-TO-DC
CONVERTER
10µF
ADuM1441
0.1µF
VDD2
GND2
EN2
VOA
VOB
VOC
VID
VDD1
GND1
EN1
VIA
VIB
VIC
VOD
0.1µF
DIGITAL
INTERFACE
SDP
PMOD
OTHER
DGND
13011-001
NTC
10kΩ
VDDP
GNDISO
ADC
VREF
ADuM5010
VISO
10kΩ
IOVDD
AIN3
VREF
10µF
AD7124-4
3kΩ
3kΩ
1µF
FERRITE
16.9kΩ
3kΩ 1nF
AIN–
FERRITE
VDD
REFIN1(+)
REFIN1(–)
10nF
AVDD
10.1% TOLERANCE
Figure 1. PLC/DCS Channel-to-Channel Isolated Temperature Input (Simplified Schematic: All Connections and Decoupling Not Shown)
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CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
Terminal Connections
The AD7124-4 24-bit, Σ-Δ ADC with programmable gain array
(PGA) and voltage reference provides the complete set of
features to implement a flexible input capable of connection to
either thermocouple or RTD sensors. Features include on-chip
reference, PGA, excitation currents, bias voltage generator, and
flexible filtering with enhanced 50 Hz and 60 Hz rejection
options. The AD7124-4 is in a small 5 mm × 5 mm LFCSP
package, making it ideal in channel-to-channel isolated designs
where space is a premium. It also includes multiple diagnostic
functions that are available to the user.
Figure 2 shows the terminal connections for each of the two
input channels. These terminals correspond to P1 and P2 in the
hardware (see Figure 1). The thermocouple as well as 2-, 3-, or
4-wire RTD connections are shown.
System Overview
Channel-to-channel isolation is advantageous in automation
systems, because faults on a particular input channel have no
negative impact on other channels in the system. However,
channel-to-channel isolated input modules present a significant
design challenge in terms of complexity, space constraints, and
system cost.
Both thermocouple or RTD inputs are commonly used in
industrial automation systems; therefore, it is advantageous to
design a temperature input module that handles both. This
flexibility minimizes the design effort required for the two input
module variants, and also offers flexibility to the module user.
AIN+
RTD
AIN–
(2-WIRE)
(3-WIRE/4-WIRE)
RETURN
Figure 2. Terminal Connections (Per Channel)
Input Filtering
As shown in Figure 3, the input common-mode noise filtering is
provided by R1, C1 and R2, C2, and has a 50 kHz cutoff frequency,
approximately. Differential noise filtering is provided by R1, R2,
and C3 and has a 2.5 kHz cutoff frequency, approximately. It is
particularly important to filter out any interference at the Σ-Δ
modulator frequency (307 kHz in full-power mode). It is suggested
to adjust the cutoff of these filters to meet system bandwidth
requirements, with the cutoff of the common-mode filters being
approximately 10× the cutoff of the differential filter.
IEXC
(4-WIRE)
THERMOCOUPLE
1nF
RREF
3.92kΩ 1 3kΩ 1nF
3kΩ
(2-WIRE/3-WIRE)
R1 3kΩ
AIN+
REFIN1(+)
10nF
REFIN1(–)
AIN1
C3
10nF
C1 1nF
RTD
C2 1nF
(2-WIRE)
(3-WIRE/4-WIRE)
RETURN
AIN4 (IOUT/VBIAS)
3kΩ
RRETURN
VREF
NTC
10kΩ
5.62kΩ 1
10.1%
AD7124-4
AIN3
R2 3kΩ 3kΩ
AIN–
The AD7124-4 significantly reduces the design complexity,
providing a system-on-chip capable of performing all the
necessary measurement functions for both thermocouple and
RTD sensors.
Each channel of the circuit in Figure 1 measures only 27 mm by
50 mm, and this area can be further reduced by using both sides
of the printed circuit board (PCB) for populating components.
This small size is achieved because the AD7124-4 is in a small
5 mm × 5 mm LFCSP package and integrates almost all the
required functions except the isolation and additional front-end
filtering and protection. The isolation circuit consumes only
87 mm2 for both the data and power isolation together, with a
minimum combined width of 12.5 mm.
AIN0 (IOUT)
3kΩ
AIN5
AIN6
TOLERANCE
13011-003
The ADP2441 36 V, step-down, dc-to-dc regulator accepts an
industrial standard 24 V supply, with wide tolerance on the
input voltage. The ADP2441 steps the input voltage down to
3.3 V to power all of the controller-side circuitry.
(2-WIRE/3-WIRE)
THERMOCOUPLE
13011-002
The ADuM5010 isolated dc-to-dc converter provides 3.3 V
isolated power via integrated isoPower® technology. The
ADuM1441 isolates the serial peripheral interface (SPI) for the
AD7124-4. The ADuM1441 micropower isolator consumes
only 4.8 µA per channel when idle, resulting in an energy
efficient solution.
IEXC
(4-WIRE)
Figure 3. Front-End Filtering and Circuitry (Simplified)
Input Protection
To protect the input from an overvoltage condition, 3 kΩ resistors
were placed on every input path to the AD7124-4. This resistor
value limits the current from a 30 V dc overvoltage to less than
10 mA.
Consider the condition for 30 V connected between AIN+ and
AIN−. Looking in from AIN+, the 30 V sees R1 (3 kΩ), followed
by internal ESD protection diodes, followed by 3 kΩ looking
out from AIN3 in parallel with 3 kΩ looking out from AIN4.
Ignoring the internal ESD protection diodes, the total resistance
seen between AIN+ and AIN− is 3 kΩ + 3 kΩ||3 kΩ = 4.5 kΩ.
The current through the AD7124-4 is therefore limited to
30 V ÷ 4.5 kΩ = 6.7 mA.
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RTD Input
The circuit in Figure 1 can be connected to 2-, 3-, or 4-wire
RTDs. A resistance of up to 3.92 kΩ can be measured, making it
suitable for Pt100 and Pt1000 RTDs. Current excitation is used,
and the resistance measurement is a ratiometric measurement
between the RTD and a precision 3.92 kΩ reference resistor
(RREF). As shown in Figure 3, the RTD measurement is made
between AIN1 and AIN3, using REFIN1+ and REFIN1− as the
reference input for the measurement. The excitation currents
are set as follows:
•
•
•
2-wire mode: only the excitation on AIN0 is active, set at
250 µA.
3-wire mode: both the excitation currents on AIN0 and
AIN4 are active, each set at 100 µA.
4-wire mode: only the excitation on AIN0 is active, set at
250 µA.
A high-side current sense technique is used. For low values of
lead resistance to the RTD, this technique reduces the effect of
any current mismatch in 3-wire mode. See the Circuit Note
CN-0383 for more details on the 3-wire RTD configuration.
The reference resistor (RREF) was chosen to be 3.92 kΩ, which
allows measurement of a Pt1000 RTD up to 850°C (the RTD
resistance is 3.9048 kΩ at 850°C). The value of RREF must be
selected based on the highest expected resistance for the RTD.
The accuracy of the RREF resistor has a direct impact on the
measurement accuracy; therefore, a precision, low drift resistor
must be used.
The excitation current must be set to 250 µA in 4-wire mode
and 100 µA in 3-wire mode. For 4-wire mode, assume an RTD
value of 3.92 kΩ. The excitation current coming from AIN0
passes through; RREF + RRTD + RRETURN = 3.92 kΩ + 3.92 kΩ +
3 kΩ = 10.84 kΩ. Therefore, the voltage at AIN0 is equal to
250 µA × 10.84 kΩ = 2.71 V. The AD7124-4 specifies an output
compliance of AVDD − 0.35 V on the excitation current outputs,
which corresponds to 3.3 V – 0.35 V = 2.95 V. Because 2.95 V >
2.71 V, the 250 µA excitation current functions correctly even
for the maximum RTD resistance.
See the Circuit Note CN-0381 for more details on the 4-wire
RTD configuration.
In 3-wire mode, the lead compensation excitation current from
AIN4 also flows through the 3 kΩ return resistor, producing an
additional voltage at AIN0 of 250 µA × 3 kΩ = 0.75 V, thereby
making the total voltage at AIN0 equal to 2.71 V + 0.75 V =
3.46 V, which violates the headroom requirement. Therefore, in
3-wire mode, the excitation currents must each be reduced to
100 µA to allow sufficient headroom.
The PGA gain can be used to increase the measurement
resolution. For a Pt100 RTD, a gain of 8 is recommended
(because Pt100 values are 10× smaller than Pt1000 values).
To achieve the desired accuracy, the RTD itself must be
linearized in the software by the host controller, as described in
the Circuit Note CN-0383.
Thermocouple Measurement
As shown in Figure 3, a thermocouple is connected between the
AIN+ and AIN− terminals. The AIN4 pin provides a bias voltage
for the thermocouple of 3.3 V ÷ 2 = 1.65 V. The thermocouple
voltage is measured between AIN1 and AIN3, and because the
thermocouple signals are very small, a PGA gain of 32 or 64 is
typically recommended.
A 10 kΩ NTC thermistor is used for cold junction
compensation. A reference voltage excitation, VREF, is taken
from REFOUT, and a precision, low-drift 5.62 kΩ resistor is
placed in series to ground. The NTC resistance value can be
calculated by
R NTC =
VNTC
× 5.62 kΩ
VREF − VNTC
where:
VNTC is the voltage measured between AIN1 and AIN3.
VREF is the reference voltage from the AD7124-4 REFOUT.
Any temperature difference between the terminal block and
the NTC temperature sensor directly impacts the resulting
temperature reading for the thermocouple input. For this
reason, the NTC thermistor must be placed as close to the
terminal block as possible to maximize the thermal coupling.
To achieve the desired accuracy, the thermocouple and NTC
must be linearized in the software by the host controller, as
described in the Circuit Note CN-0384.
Diagnostics
The AD7124-4 provides a number of system level diagnostics,
including
•
•
•
•
•
Reference detection
Overvoltage/undervoltage detection on the input
CRC on SPI communications
CRC on the memory map
SPI read/write checks
These diagnostics allow a high level of fault coverage for the
input channels.
Isolation
The data channels are isolated using the ADuM1441, a quadchannel, micropower isolator, resulting in an energy efficient
solution. The ADuM1441 is in a small 5 mm × 6.2 mm, 16-lead
QSOP package (30 mm2).
The ADuM5010, a complete isolated switching converter
utilizing isoPower technology, provides power isolation for the
circuit. The ADuM5010 is in a small 7.4 mm × 7.5 mm, 20-lead
SSOP package (56.25 mm2).
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Circuit Note
2 Mbps. If the interface is active 1/8th of the time, the power
consumption for the ADuM1441 is (552 μA × 0.125) + (7.2 μA ×
0.875) = 75.3 μA total.
Figure 4 shows details of the ADuM5010 circuitry. Ferrite beads
are used on the secondary side of the supply to suppress any
potential electromagnetic interference (EMI) emissions. The
ferrite beads (Murata BLM18HK102SN1) are specifically chosen
for their high impedance from 100 MHz to 1 GHz. Decoupling
capacitors of 10 μF and 0.1 μF are also used. Both the ferrite beads
and the capacitors use short traces to the ADuM5010 pins to
minimize parasitic inductance and resistance.
The evaluation board is powered by a 4.5 V to 36 V dc power
supply and uses an on-board switching regulator to provide the
3.3 V supply to the system, as shown in Figure 5. The EVALSDP-CB1Z System Demonstration Platform (SDP) board
provides a regulated 3.3 V for the digital interface.
ADuM5010
FERRITE
0.1µF
FERRITE
R1
10kΩ
R2
16.9kΩ
VISO
VDDP
VSEL
GNDP
3.3V
0.1µF
10µF
GNDISO
The ADP2441 includes programmable soft start, regulated
output voltage, switching frequency, and power good. These
features are programmed externally via tiny resistors and
capacitors. The ADP2441 also includes protection features, such
as undervoltage lockout (UVLO) with hysteresis, output shortcircuit protection, and thermal shutdown.
Figure 4. isoPower Circuit with Ferrite Beads and Decoupling Capacitors
The stitching capacitance is kept to a minimum size because the
ferrite beads significantly reduce the emissions. The PCB area
between the ADuM5010 supply, the GND pins, and the ferrite
beads is kept clear of any ground planes or traces to minimize
the capacitive coupling of any high frequency noise into the
ground plane. See the AN-0971 Application Note for additional
information on controlling radiated emissions from isoPower
devices.
A 300 kHz switching frequency maximizes the efficiency of the
ADP2441. Due to the high switching frequency of the ADP2441,
using shielded ferrite core inductors is recommended because
of their low core losses and low EMI.
The R1 and R2 feedback resistors are chosen to select a 3.3 V
output as per the ADuM5010 data sheet.
In the Figure 5 circuit, the switching frequency is set to
approximately 300 kHz using a 294 kΩ external resistor. The
inductor value of 22 μH (Coilcraft LPS6235-223MLC) was
chosen using the downloadable ADP2441 Buck Regulator
Design Tool. This tool selects the best component values based
on the required operating conditions (4.5 V to 36 V input, 3.3 V
output, 1 A output current).A current of 1 A was selected to
power additional circuits on the host controller side if required.
Power Consumption per Channel
The ADuM5010 typically consumes 3.3 mA from the controllerside supply. The efficiency of the ADuM5010 is only 27% at full
load; therefore, minimizing the current drawn from field side
significantly impacts the energy efficiency of the channel.
The AD7124-4 consumes ~994 μA (full power mode, gain = 32,
TC bias, diagnostics and internal reference enabled). The
AD7124-4 power can be significantly reduced by using the
mid power or low power modes.
A complete set of documentation for the EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ
circuit evaluation board including schematic, assembly, layout,
Gerbers, and bill of materials is available at
www.analog.com/CN0376-DesignSupport.
For the ADuM1441, the field side consumes a total of
approximately 7.2 μA when idle and 552 μA when operating at
10nF
+3.3V
COILCRAFT
LPS6235-223MLC
22µH
0.1µF
VCC
BST
AGND
61.9kΩ
DIODE
40V
10µF
ADP2441
0.6V
2.2µF
FB
COMP
13.7kΩ
FERRITE
330Ω
VIN
SW
1nF
32.4kΩ
SS/TRK
10nF
FERRITE
330Ω
FUSE
0.2A
TVS
SMBJ36CA
36V
PGND
4.5V
TO
36V
FIELD
SUPPLY
GND
FREQ
294kΩ
Figure 5. Power Supply Circuit (Simplified Schematic: All Connections Not Shown)
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13011-005
10µF
Power Supply Circuit
13011-004
ISOLATED
3.3V
The measured power consumption for an input channel operating
in full power mode, gain = 32, internal reference, and TC bias
enabled was 7.9 mA from the controller-side 3.3 V supply.
Circuit Note
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Testing Results
COMMON VARIATIONS
For detailed performance analysis of the thermocouple, 3-wire
and 4-wire RTD circuits, see the Circuit Note CN-0381, Circuit
Note CN-0383, and Circuit Note CN-0384 for in depth analysis
and measurement results.
If more channels are needed, the AD7124-8 can be used. The
AD7124-8 has 8 differential or 16 single-ended inputs. The
AD7792 can also be considered as a lower cost option, but with
reduced features and performance.
Figure 6 shows a histogram for the EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ using
the 25 SPS post filter, with AIN+ shorted to AIN−, gain = 32, and
TC bias enabled. The data corresponds to 17.85-bit noise-free
code resolution.
Alternate options for the data isolation are to use a SPIsolator™
such as the ADuM3151, which supports up to 17 MHz SPI
transmission as well as containing three general-purpose, low
speed, isolated channels.
45
An NTC thermistor is used for cold junction compensation in
the circuit shown in Figure 1. Another option is to use the
ADT7320 digital temperature sensor, which is 0.25°C accurate.
(see the Circuit Note CN-0172).
40
OCCURRENCES
35
30
25
20
15
10
13011-006
5
8389665
8389640
8389630
8389620
8389610
8389600
8389590
8389580
8389570
0
CODES
Figure 6. Histogram of Codes for the AIN+ and AIN- Shorted Inputs
(25 SPS, Post Filter Selected, Gain = 32, TC Bias Enabled)
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CIRCUIT EVALUATION AND TEST
Setup
The circuit shown in Figure 1 uses the EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ
evaluation board and the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z SDP controller board.
The EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ evaluation board connects to the
EVAL-SDP-CB1Z SDP board through a 120-pin mating
connector found on both boards. The CN-0376 Evaluation
Software and the SDP board allow the data to be analyzed
using a PC.
The EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ evaluation board features PMODcompatible headers for integration with external controller boards.
The CN-0376 Evaluation Software communicates with the SDP
board to configure and capture data from the EVAL-CN0376SDPZ evaluation board.
Equipment Needed
External controllers can also be used to communicate with and
power the evaluation board using the PMOD headers for SPI
communication. If desired, set the P8 jumper to VCC_PMOD
to power the board from 3.3 V via the PMOD connector.
The following equipment is needed:






Apply a voltage in the range of 4.5 V to 36 V (24 V nominal)
to the P3 connector. Ensure that the P8 jumper is set to EXT
(default), which powers the board via the P3 supply input.
PC with a USB port and Windows® Vista (32-bit) or
Windows 7 (32-bit)
EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ circuit evaluation board
EVAL-SDP-CB1Z SDP controller board
CN-0376 Evaluation Software
Precision voltage and resistance source, or alternately a
thermocouple or RTD simulator.
Power supply: 4.5 V to 36 V dc at 100 mA
Precision voltage and resistance sources can be used as input to
the analog front end to evaluate system performance. Similarly,
thermocouple or RTD simulators can be used.
Figure 8 shows a photo of the EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ circuit
evaluation board.
Getting Started
Install the CN-0376 Evaluation Software, which is available
for download at ftp://ftp.analog.com/pub/cftl/CN0376/. Follow
the on-screen prompts to install and use the software. More
information is available in the CN-0376 Software User Guide.
Test Setup Functional Block Diagram
4.5V TO
36V SUPPLY
AT 100mA
13011-008
Figure 7 shows a functional block diagram of the test setup.
PC
Figure 8. Photo of EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ Circuit Evaluation Board
USB
P1
P3
120
SDP
PRECISION
VOLTAGE OR
RESISTANCE
P2
CON A
OR
CON B
EVAL-SDP-CB1Z
EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ
13011-007
PT100, PT1000
THERMOCOUPLE
Figure 7. Test Setup Functional Block Diagram
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LEARN MORE
Circuit Note CN-0206. Thermocouple Temperature Measurement
System with Less Than 500 µA Current Drain. Analog Devices.
CN-0376 Design Support Package:
www.analog.com/CN0376-DesignSupport
Circuit Note CN-0209. Fully Programmable Universal Analog
Front End for Process Control Applications. Analog Devices.
SDP-B User Guide
CN-0376 Software User Guide
Duff, Matthew and Joseph Towey. Two Ways to Measure
Temperature Using Thermocouples Feature Simplicity, Accuracy,
and Flexibility. Analog Dialogue 44-10, Analog Devices.
Cantrell, Mark. Application Note AN-0971. Recommendations
for Control of Radiated Emissions with isoPower Devices.
Analog Devices.
Kester, Walt. “Temperature Sensors,” Chapter 7 in Sensor Signal
Conditioning. Analog Devices, 1999.
McCarthy, Mary. AN-615 Application Note. Peak-to-Peak
Resolution Versus Effective Resolution. Analog Devices.
McNamara, Donal. AN-892 Application Note. Temperature
Measurement Theory and Practical Techniques. Analog Devices.
Looney, Mike. AN-0970 Application Note. RTD Interfacing
and Linearization Using an ADuC706x Microcontroller.
Analog Devices.
Circuit Note CN-0325. PLC/DCS Universal Analog Input Using
Either 4 or 6 Pin Terminal Block. Analog Devices.
Circuit Note CN-0381. Completely Integrated 4-Wire RTD
Measurement System Using a Low Power, Precision, 24-Bit,
Sigma-Delta ADC. Analog Devices.
Circuit Note CN-0382. Isolated 4 mA to 20 mA/HART Temperature
and Pressure Industrial Transmitter using a Low Power, Precision,
24-Bit, Sigma-Delta ADC. Analog Devices.
Circuit Note CN-0383. Completely Integrated 3-Wire RTD
Measurement System Using a Low Power, Precision, 24-Bit,
Sigma-Delta ADC. Analog Devices.
Circuit Note CN-0384. Completely Integrated Thermocouple
Measurement System Using a Low Power, Precision, 24-Bit,
Sigma-Delta ADC. Analog Devices.
Data Sheets and Evaluation Boards
CN-0376 Circuit Evaluation Board (EVAL-CN0376-SDPZ)
Cantrell, Mark. MS-2644 Technical Article. Ultralow Power
Opening Applications to High Speed Isolation. Analog Devices.
System Demonstration Platform (EVAL-SDP-CB1Z)
AD7124-4 Data Sheet
MT-031 Tutorial. Grounding Data Converters and Solving the
Mystery of “AGND” and “DGND”. Analog Devices.
ADuM1441 Data Sheet
MT-101 Tutorial. Decoupling Techniques. Analog Devices.
ADP2441 Data Sheet
Circuit Note CN-0172. 3-Channel Thermocouple Temperature
Measurement System with 0.25 °C Accuracy. Analog Devices.
REVISION HISTORY
ADuM5010 Data Sheet
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