The EVAL-CN0535-FMCZ was designed to be evaluated using SDP-H1. On the other hand, if the user want to evaluate the CN0535 using SDP-K1, the following components needs to be installed. The table below shows the components that the user must install to enable the use of the EVAL-CN0535-FMCZ with the SDP-K1.
|Component||Manufacturing Part Number|
|1. P2, P4||TSM-108-04-T-SV|
|3. R38, R5, R6, R7, R27||ERJ-3GEY0R00V or equivalent 0 ohm jumper|
|4. C25||0603YC104KAT2A or equivalent|
Shown below is the CN0535 board mounted on the SDP-K1 board via the Arduino headers. The SDP-K1 only requires a single Standard-A to type-C USB cable to connect to the PC. Both the orange Connected LED and green SYS PWR should light on the SDP-K1 if connected correctly.
In order to communicate with the board using the SDP-K1 the user needs to install a serial terminal software on their PC. It is recommended to use PuTTY which is available for free download on the internet. The following steps were written with PuTTY in mind however any other serial terminal application should follow a similar procedure. Following are the steps required to interface with the board.
The following table shows every command along with a brief description. Some commands have recommended settings to apply for optimal results for narrow bandwidth measurements of 32 kHz.
|1.||Set LTC6373 PGIA Gain/Mode||Change the LTC6373 Gain or Mode. The available option are Shutdown mode and gains of 0.25 V/V, 0.5 V/V, 1 V/V, 2 V/V, 4 V/V, 8 V/V, 1 6V/V.|
|2.||Set ADA4945 FDA Power Mode||Change the ADA4945 Power Mode to:Full Power Mode or Low Power Mode .|
|3.||Set AD7768-1 power mode||Change the AD7768-1 to Low, Median or Fast. Low power mode is recommended.|
|4.||Set AD7768-1 MCLK clock divider||Change the AD7768-1 clock divider to: /16, /8, /4 or /2. /16 is recommended.|
|5.||Set AD7768-1 filter type||Change the AD7768-1 filter type used. Also allows for the oversampling ratio to be changed. Recommended is the Low ripple FIR Filter, oversampled by 32.|
|6.||Set AD7768-1 AIN buffers||Adjust the AD7768-1 buffers for both AIN+ and AIN-. It is recommended to turn on both AIN+ and AIN + precharge buffers.|
|7.||Set AD7768-1 REF buffers||Adjust the AD7768-1 buffers for both REF+ and REF-. It is recommended to turn on both REF+ and REF- precharge REF buffers.|
|8.||Set AD7768-1 VCM output||Choose the AD7768-1 VCM output voltage, recommended is (AVDD1 – AVSS)/2.|
|9.||Set AD7768-1 data output mode||Set the AD7768-1 data output mode.|
|10.||Set AD7768-1 diagnostic mode||Change which diagnostic mode is used for the ADC.|
|11.||Set AD7768-1 Gains and Offsets||Set AD7768-1 Gain and Offset register.|
|12.||Read AD7768-1 master status||Shows faults in AD7768-1 master status register, allowing the user to pinpoint the source of problems.|
|13.||Read AD7768-1 desired register||Reads desire AD7768-1 register.|
|14.||Read AD7768-1 data register||Reads AD7768-1 data register.|
|15.||Read AD7768-1 continuous mode data||Reads Raw data from the ADC over a user-defined number of samples.|
|16.||Print AD7768-1 Continuous mode measured data||Prints previously read raw data to and converted into voltages, codes and read raw data the terminal. Logging the terminal will allow the user to use extract this data. Requires the 'Read data' command to have been run.|
|17.||AD7768-1 Scratchpad Check||Input an 8-bit number, if it is returned the ADC is interfacing with the software. This is a useful quick check for debugging and is good to run after setup.|
|18.||Reset AD7768-1 ADC||Resets the ADC, either a soft reset over SPI or hard reset using the reset pin.|
|19.||Set to Board Default Config||Set the board to default configurations.|
|20.||Update Vref and MCLK values||Update the Vref and MCLK values.|
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