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ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ Breakout Board Wiki-Guide

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ is a kit of components that simplifies the process of connecting ADIS1646x IMU products to an embedded processor development platform or to the EVAL-ADIS2 evaluation system. This kit has four KEY components: interface board, stand-off, mounting hardware and a ribbon cable.

NOTE: The ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ kit DOES NOT include any of the IMU products that it supports. Those parts must be ordered separately.

FEATURES

* ADIS1646x-Compatible Breakout Board
* 44mm x 47mm Interface Board Size
* M2x0.4mm Mounting Hardware Kit
* 7mm Spacer for flat surface interface
* 16-pinm 12-inch Ribbon Cable
* RoHS Compliant

APPLICATIONS

* Industrial Instrumentation
* Robotics
* Platform stabilization systems
* Personnel tracking

PRODUCT SUPPORT

The ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ provides support for the following IMU models:

KIT CONTENTS

DESCRIPTION PICTURE
The Interface PCB contains two interface connectors. The first connector is a dual-row, 14-pin (2×7) socket that mates directly to IMUs from the ADIS1646x family. The second connector is a dual-row, 16-pin (2×8) header that easily connects to standard 1mm ribbon cable connectors, which provides a simple way to connect the ADIS1646x to an existing embedded processor system.
The Spacer helps mount the Interface PCB to a flat surface by providing recess holes for mounting hardware that fastens the ADIS1646x to the Interface PCB.
The Ribbon Cable connects to the 16-pin connector on the Interface PCB and provides a good starting point for connecting to an embedded process system.
The M2 Hardware Kit includes (8) M2x0.4x14mm machine screws, (8) M2 washers and (8) M2x0.4mm nuts. These M2 hardware components help fasten the ADIS1646x to the interface PCB and the interface PCB to the test surface in a system

INTERFACE PCB DESIGN

TOP-LEVEL BOARD VIEW

In the interface PCB size is approximately 44mm x 47mm and has a thickness of ~1.6mm (0.063“). It has four mounting holes, located in each corner of the PCB, which have a basic diameter of 2.46mm and are located 2.2mm from each edge of the board. J1 is a 2×8 header with 2mm spacing, which supports standard 1mm ribbon cable connections. J2 is a 2×7 socket with 1mm spacing, which provides a direct connection to the Inertial Measurement Unit.

SCHEMATIC

Insert schematic picture and/or a complete pin assignment list

J1 PIN J2 PIN FUNCTION
1 8 Reset (Active Low)
2 3 SPI, SCLK (Serial Clock)
3 6 SPI, ~CS (Chip Select, Active Low)
4 4 SPI, DOUT (Data Output)
5 N/C Not used
6 5 SPI, DIN (Data Input)
7 13 Ground
8 13 Ground
9 13 Ground
10 14 VDD (Power Supply)
11 14 VDD (Power Supply)
12 14 VDD (Power Supply)
13 1 Data ready
14 2 Input clock (data sampling)
15 N/C Not used
16 N/C Not used

DUT INSTALLATION

STEP DESCRIPTION PICTURE
1 Using the silk screen and J2 connector interface as a guide, install the IMU onto the Interface PCB
Incorrect pin registration example #1
Incorrect pin registration example #2
Incorrect pin registration example #3
2 Insert the first machine screw into the IMU body, using a washer
3 On the back side, install the washer and nut, hand-tighten
4 Repeat the process with the other two machine screws, then use a torque screw driver to tighten the machine screw torque to 24 inch-ounces.
5 Set the interface board (with IMU installed) on top of the spacer
6 Mount the interface board and spacer to the test surface using the machine screws
7 Use the ribbon cable to connect to an embedded processor system

CONNECTING TO THE EVAL-ADIS

STEP DESCRIPTION PICTURE
1 Select the ribbon cable from the ADIS16IMU4/PCBZ kit
2 Install one side of the ribbon cable onto J1 of the ADIS16IMU/PCBZ
3 Install the other side of the ribbon cable on to J1 of the EVAL-ADISZ

EVAL-ADIS JUMPER SETTINGS

JUMPER SETTING
JP1 +3.3V
JP2 Not used, may want to leave it in place for safety reasons
resources/eval/user-guides/inertial-mems/imu/adis16imu4-pcb.txt · Last modified: 20 Nov 2017 23:02 by NevadaMark