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resources:eval:user-guides:inertial-mems:imu:adis1646x [28 Mar 2015 01:23]
Mark Looney [SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS]
resources:eval:user-guides:inertial-mems:imu:adis1646x [03 Aug 2016 14:27]
Mark Looney [OVERVIEW]
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-====== ​PC-BASED ​ADIS1646X EVALUATION ======+====== ADIS1646X/​AD24000 ​EVALUATION ​ON A PC ====== 
  
 ===== OVERVIEW ===== ===== OVERVIEW =====
 +Evaluating the [[adi>​ADIS16460|ADIS16460]] and the AD24000 on a PC requires the use of the [[adi>​EVAL-ADIS16IMU4|ADIS16IMU4/​PCBZ]] and [[adi>​EVAL-ADIS|EVAL-ADIS]]. Aside from this section of the datasheet, the instruction text and graphics identify only the ADIS16460. ​ However, all of these instructions apply to the AD24000 in the same manner. ​ Mention of AD24000 is omitted only to simplify the text. 
  
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-===== SUMMARY ===== 
-Brief description of the parts required to evaluate product with a PC 
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-===== PHYSICAL SETUP ===== 
-The [[adi>​EVAL-ADIS|EVAL-ADIS]] includes a bag of M2x0.4mm machine screws, which includes a variety of different lengths for securing the MEMS IMU product family of parts to the Evaluation board. This guide will focus on  [[adi>​ADIS16460|ADIS16460]]. ​ 
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-Do not plug the [[adi>​EVAL-ADIS|EVAL-ADIS]] into the USB cable at this stage of the setup. ​ Wait until the software installation is complete. 
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-=== Step #1 === 
-Place the [[adi>​ADIS16460|ADIS16460]] device on the imu3 board and slide it up to the connector and align the pins and carefully insert the part into the connector. Secure the ADIS16460 to the [[adi>​en/​evaluation/​eval-adis16imu3/​eb.html#​buy|ADIS16IMU3/​PCBZ]] interface board using the M2 X.4 X 16mm screws and use the included M2X .4mm hex nut on the other side (washers are optional). 
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-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460install1.png?​400 |}} 
-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460-good-insertion.png?​440|}} 
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-This is the bottom view showing the M2 x .4mm hex nuts and the spacer needs to be placed on the board as shown below for mounting to the [[adi>​EVAL-ADIS|EVAL-ADIS]] board. 
  
-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460-spacer1.png?​400 |}} 
-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460-spacer2.png?​400 |}} 
  
  
  
-=== Step #2 === 
-Once the alignment with J4 is correct, gently press the top of the [[adi>​ADIS16460|ADIS16460]] unit down, so that its connector presses into J4. When the connector is fully seated, the ADIS16460 will rest on the provided spacer and sit level on the EVAL-ADIS board surface. ​ The following pictures provide a reference of how this setup will look when the ADIS1646AMLZ has correct alignment with the mating connector on the [[adi>​EVAL-ADIS|EVAL-ADIS]]. 
  
-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460align-to-eval1.png?​400 |}} 
  
-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460-closeup-mnt.png?​400|}} 
  
  
  
-This picture provides an example of the an incorrect connector alignment. Take care to avoid this type of connection error, because it can cause the the ADIS1648xxMLZ to experience harmful conditions. Notice the entire row of gold pins that are outside of the mating connector. 
  
-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460-bad-insertion.png?​400 |}} 
  
-=== Step #3 === 
-Select the mounting screws. The [[adi>​EVAL-ADIS|EVAL-ADIS]] includes a bag of M2x0.4mm machine screws, which include 4 pieces that are in lengths of 16mm and 20mm. Using the 16mm version will only allow for 2mm of penetration into the EVAL-ADIS mouting holes, while the 20mm screws will result in the screws sticking out of the bottom side of the EVAL-ADIS, when fully-secured. ​ 
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-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460-secure.png?​600 |}} 
  
-=== Step #4 === +=====SETUP===== 
-Use a screwdriver to secure all four screws into the appropriate "​F"​ mounting holes. Note that difficulty in getting the screws to penetrate the pre-tapped holes can be an indicator of connector misalignment.+The physical setup requires only three simple steps:
  
-{{:​resources:​eval:​user-guides:​inertial-mems:​imu:​460-mounted.png?600 |}}+1Install the DUT (for example, an ADIS16460AMLZ) onto the ADIS16IMU4/​PCBZ
  
-=== Step #5 ===+2. Connect the ADIS16IMU4/​PCBZ to the EVAL-ADISZ
  
-Set JP1 ([[adi>EVAL-ADIS|EVAL-ADIS]]) to "​+3.3V."​+3. Set JP1 Jumper on EVAL-ADISZ
  
-{{:resources:eval:user-guides:inertial-mems:imu:448-eval-adis-step5-01.jpg?​nolink&400|}}+====ADIS1646x Installation on the ADIS16IMU4/​PCBZ==== 
 +{{page> ​resources/eval/user-guides/inertial-mems/imu/adis16imu4-pcb#​dut_installation&​nofooter&noheader}}
  
 +====Connect the ADIS16IMU4/​PCBZ to the EVAL-ADIS====
 +{{page> resources/​eval/​user-guides/​inertial-mems/​imu/​adis16imu4-pcb#​connecting_to_the_eval-adis&​nofooter&​noheader}}
  
  
resources/eval/user-guides/inertial-mems/imu/adis1646x.txt · Last modified: 09 Jan 2021 00:39 by Robin Getz