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resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0332 [05 Dec 2017 08:09]
Angelo Nikko Catapang created
resources:eval:user-guides:circuits-from-the-lab:cn0332 [06 Feb 2020 10:03]
Stanca-Florina Pop Remove the links to the CN0332 analog.com page
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 ====== CN0332 Evaluation Board Guide ====== ====== CN0332 Evaluation Board Guide ======
 +This product is obsolete, and this page is only for documentation and support.
 +
 ===== Overview ===== ===== Overview =====
-[[ADI>CN0332]] is a single-supply low cost, high-speed magnetoresistive (MR) signal conditioner with a minimum PCB footprint. The complete signal conditioning solution amplifies the small output voltage of the magnetoresistive sensor and converts it into a digital output signal with a rise and fall time of less than 5 ns and an rms jitter of approximately 100 ps. The circuit provides a compact and cost effective robust solution for high speed rotational sensing in industrial and automotive applications and is an excellent alternative to Hall effect sensors.+CN0332 is a single-supply low cost, high-speed magnetoresistive (MR) signal conditioner with a minimum PCB footprint. The complete signal conditioning solution amplifies the small output voltage of the magnetoresistive sensor and converts it into a digital output signal with a rise and fall time of less than 5 ns and an rms jitter of approximately 100 ps. The circuit provides a compact and cost effective robust solution for high speed rotational sensing in industrial and automotive applications and is an excellent alternative to Hall effect sensors.
  
 The AA747 Sensitec MR Sensor has a typical bridge output voltage of 30 mV p-p to 100 mV p-p at a common-mode voltage that is equal to one-half the supply voltage. The bridge output impedance is approximately 3 kΩ The AA747 Sensitec MR Sensor has a typical bridge output voltage of 30 mV p-p to 100 mV p-p at a common-mode voltage that is equal to one-half the supply voltage. The bridge output impedance is approximately 3 kΩ
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 The [[ADI>​ADP1720]] low dropout linear regulator is used to isolate the circuit from noise that can occur in harsh environments. The [[ADI>​ADP1720]] low dropout linear regulator is used to isolate the circuit from noise that can occur in harsh environments.
  
-The [[ADI>CN0332]] needs a single +5.5 V up to +28 V power supply input and has a PMOD interface.+The CN0332 needs a single +5.5 V up to +28 V power supply input and has a PMOD interface.
  
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 ==== Required Equipment ==== ==== Required Equipment ====
-  * [[ADI>​CN0332|EVAL-CN0332-PMDZ Evaluation Board]]+  * EVAL-CN0332-PMDZ Evaluation Board
   * +6 V/1 A DC Power Supply   * +6 V/1 A DC Power Supply
  
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 ==== Block Assignments ==== ==== Block Assignments ====
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-  * The [[ADI>​CN0332|EVAL-CN0332-PMDZ]] is powered by a 5.5 V power supply input (up to 28 V) that connects to pin 6 and pin 12 of the PMOD interface+  * The EVAL-CN0332-PMDZ is powered by a 5.5 V power supply input (up to 28 V) that connects to pin 6 and pin 12 of the PMOD interface
   * The digital output signal from the ADCMP601 is connected to pin 4 of the PMOD interface   * The digital output signal from the ADCMP601 is connected to pin 4 of the PMOD interface
   * **SHORTING** Jumper P2 will remove the hysteresis of the ADCMP601 output while **OPENING** it will enable a fixed hysteresis on the comparator   * **SHORTING** Jumper P2 will remove the hysteresis of the ADCMP601 output while **OPENING** it will enable a fixed hysteresis on the comparator
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 ===== More Information and Useful Links ===== ===== More Information and Useful Links =====
-  * [[ADI>​CN0332|CN0332 Circuit Note Page]] 
-  * [[ADI>​CN0332 -DesignSupport|CN0332 Design Support Package]] 
   * [[ADI>​ADA4897-2|ADA4897-2 Product Page]]   * [[ADI>​ADA4897-2|ADA4897-2 Product Page]]
   * [[ADI>​AD8027|AD8027 Product Page]]   * [[ADI>​AD8027|AD8027 Product Page]]
   * [[ADI>​ADCMP601|ADCMP601 Product Page]]   * [[ADI>​ADCMP601|ADCMP601 Product Page]]
   * [[ADI>​ADP1720|ADP1720 Product Page]]   * [[ADI>​ADP1720|ADP1720 Product Page]]
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 +===== Schematic, PCB Layout, Bill of Materials =====
 +
 +<WRAP round 80% download>​
 +[[http://​www.analog.com/​media/​en/​reference-design-documentation/​design-integration-files/​CN0332-DesignSupport.zip|EVAL-CN0332-PMDZ Design & Integration Files]]
 +  * Schematics ​
 +  * PCB Layout ​
 +  * Bill of Materials ​
 +  * PADS project
 +</​WRAP>​
 +
 +//End of Document//
resources/eval/user-guides/circuits-from-the-lab/cn0332.txt · Last modified: 03 Jan 2021 22:04 by Robin Getz