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The EVAL-ADIS2 is a PC-based evaluation system that supports communication with most ADIS16xxx products, using the “breakout board” evaluation tools for each of these product. The following diagram illustrates the important connections between the device-under-test (DUT, ADIS16xxx) and a PC, when using the EVAL-ADIS2.

The following picture identifies the key features associated with this evaluation system. Click on the image to access a larger view.

For a complete listing of products that the EVAL-ADIS2 supports, please see the Tool Cross Reference listing in this Wiki Guide.

EVAL-ADIS2 Kit Contents

- EVAL-ADIS2 Evaluation Board

- Mini USB Cable, 6ft

- 16-pin IDC cable, 1.5“

- 16-pin IDC cable, 12”

- M2x0.4mm machine screw/hardware kit

NOTE: The EVAL-ADIS2 kit does not include the device-under-test (DUT) or breakout board. Those accessories need to be purchased separately. The Tool Cross Reference contains a list of model numbers (product and breakout board) that the EVAL-ADIS2 support.

PC System Requirements

- Microsoft Windows

- ADI SDP USB Driver

-.NET Framework 3.5

Quick Start Guide

The following sequence of steps provides the quickest and most reliable process for setting up your EVAL-ADIS2 for operation on a PC.

Step #1: DUT Supply Setting

JP1 provides three DUT power supply options: +3.3V, +5V and Ext (external supply).

Use the following table to identify the correct JP1 setting for the DUT:

JP1 = +3.3V JP1 = +5V
ADIS16201, ADIS16203, ADIS16209, ADIS16210, ADIS16223, ADIS16227, ADIS16228, ADIS16375, ADIS16445, ADIS16448, ADIS16460, ADIS16465, ADIS16467, ADIS16470, ADIS16475, ADIS16477, ADIS16480, ADIS16485, ADIS16488A, ADIS16490, ADIS16495, ADIS16497 ADIS16133, ADIS16135, ADIS16136, ADIS16137, ADIS16260, ADIS16265, ADIS16266, ADIS16300, ADIS16305, ADIS16334, ADIS16360, ADIS16362, ADIS16365, ADIS16367, ADIS16400, ADIS16405, ADIS16407

External Supply Option

In order to use external supply option, remove the header from JP1 and solder the middle post to the hole that has the EXT label on the EVAL-ADIS2. The next revision of this board will move this hole so that this option will be available using the same header that connects to the +3.3V and +5V settings on JP1.

Then, connect the external supply to J3, using the following diagram to illustrate the correct connections:

Step #2: DUT/Breakout Board Connection

All ADIS16xxx (DUT) devices connect to the EVAL-ADIS2 through a breakout board. There are two different types of breakout boards: Model-specific and Generic.

Model-specific breakout boards typically support products that require solder-reflow attachment, while Generic breakout boards typically support products that use some form of “press-in” connectors. So, the Model-specific breakout boards typically come have their DUT already installed onto the board, while the Generic breakout boards do not include the DUT (they have to be purchased separately).

The following table provides a summary of the most appropriate breakout board for each ADIS16xxx device, which uses a Generic breakout board to connect with the EVAL-ADIS2. TIP: Hover the mouse pointer over the breakout board (heading row in the table), right click on it, then click on Open in new tab to open useful setup instructions for that breakout board, in a new tab.

ADIS16133 ADIS16135 ADIS16136 ADIS16137 ADIS16375 ADIS16480 ADIS16485 ADIS16488A ADIS16490 ADIS16495 ADIS16497ADIS16360 ADIS16362 ADIS16364 ADIS16365 ADIS16367 ADIS16400 ADIS16405 ADIS16407ADIS16334 ADIS16445 ADIS16448 ADIS16460 ADIS16465 ADIS16467ADIS16210 ADIS16228 ADIS16223 ADIS16227

Step #3: Breakout Board/EVAL-ADIS2 Connection

The J1 connector on the EVAL-ADIS2 supports remote connection to compatible breakout boards, using one of two IDC cables, which come with the EVAL-ADIS2 kit.

NOTE: The supporting connector (J1) on the ADIS1620x/PCBZ and ADIS1626x/PCBZ breakout boards only has 12-pins. In these cases, make sure that pin 1 (J1 on the ADIS1620x/PCBZ or ADIS1626x/PCBZ) connects to pin 1 on J1 of the EVAL-ADIS2.

Click here for more information on these special cases.

Step #4: USB Driver

Download the USB driver for the EVAL-ADIS2 and store it in a convenient, temporary folder on the Test PC. Then, double click on this file. Answer all of the questions presented by the installation routine.

Click here to download the latest USB driver for the EVAL-ADIS2

After downloading the EVAL-ADIS USB Driver file, extract the SDPDrivers.exe file from the zip file, into a convenient location and then double click on it to start the process. When the setup wizard opens, click on Next to start the installation process

Click on Next to accept the default driver location.

The process will involve at least two progress bars that look like the following:

If you encounter this type of message during the process, click on Install to continue with the installation.

Once the installation has completed, click on Finish to complete the process.

Step #5: Application Software

Download the DUT's evaluation software package, but clicking on its heading in the following table. Store the file in a convenient location on the test PC and extract its executable file.

IMU Evaluation Software Vibration Evaluation Software ADIS16223 Vibration Evaluation Software
ADIS16133, ADIS16135, ADIS16136, ADIS16137, ADIS16201, ADIS16203, ADIS16260, ADIS16265, ADIS16266, ADIS16334, ADIS16360, ADIS16362, ADIS16364, ADIS16365, ADIS16367, ADIS16375, ADIS16400, ADIS16405, ADIS16407, ADIS16445, ADIS16448, ADIS16460, ADIS16465, ADIS16467, ADIS16470, ADIS16475, ADIS16477, ADIS16480, ADIS16485, ADIS16488A, ADIS16490, ADIS16495, ADIS16497ADIS16227, ADIS16228 ADIS16223

Step #6: PC/EVAL-ADIS2 Connection

Use a Mini USB cable to connect J2 (Mini USB connector) to a USB port on the PC. LED2 will light up very quickly and LED1 will take as long as 10 seconds to illuminate.

Step #7: Start Evaluation Software

Double click on the executable file to launch the application software.

IMU Evaluation Software

Please visit the IMU Evaluation Software Wiki Guide to get some basic operational instructions.

Coming soon: Update to include latest version

Vibration Evaluation Software

Please visit the Vibration Evaluation Software Wiki Guide to get some basic operational instructions.

Coming soon: Update to include latest version

Product Tutorials

Coming soon: Product-specific tutorials, tips and tricks

Tool Cross Reference Guide

The following table provides a list of products that the EVAL-ADIS2 supports, along with the appropriate breakout board, JP1 setting and software package for each of these products.

ADIS16133BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16135BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16136BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16137BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16201CCCZ ADIS16201/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16203CCCZ ADIS16203/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16209CCCZ ADIS16209/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16210BMLZ ADIS16ACL1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16223CMLZ ADIS16ACL2/PCBZ +3.3V ADIS16223 Vibration Evaluation Program
ADIS16227CMLZ ADIS16ACL2/PCBZ +3.3V Vibration Evaluation Program
ADIS16228BMLZ ADIS16ACL1/PCBZ +3.3V Vibration Evaluation Program
ADIS16265BCCZ ADIS16265/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16334BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16362BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16364BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16365BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16367BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16375BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16405BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16407BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +5V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16445BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16448BMLZ ADIS16IMU2/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16460AMLZ ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16465-1BMLZ ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16465-2BMLZ ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16465-3BMLZ ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16467-1BMLZ ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16467-2BMLZ ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16467-3BMLZ ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16470AMLZ ADIS16470/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16475-1BMLZ ADIS16475-1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16475-2BMLZ ADIS16475-2/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16475-3BMLZ ADIS16475-3/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16477-1BMLZ ADIS16477-1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16477-2BMLZ ADIS16477-2/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16477-3BMLZ ADIS16477-3/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16480BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16485BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16488BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16488CMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16490BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16495-1BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16495-2BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16495-3BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16497-1BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16497-2BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software
ADIS16497-3BMLZ ADIS16IMU1/PCBZ +3.3V IMU Evaluation Software

Dimensions/Hole Locations

Here is a temporary drawing, which shows the outer dimensions and the mounting hole locations. The nominal mounting hole diameter is 3.175mm.

J1 Pin Assignments

Here are the pin assignments for J1, which is the connector that will interface with all of the ADIS16xxx breakout boards.

System Requirements

The EVAL-ADIS2 is compatible with most PCs that run Windows operating systems.


Development Support

No official support Limited, please feel free to try these examples out.

resources/eval/user-guides/inertial-mems/evaluation-systems/eval-adis2.txt · Last modified: 19 Dec 2017 14:53 by NevadaMark