ASEK710 Demo Board Bill-of-Materials

85-0350
ACS710 Demo Board
Originator: Shawn Upton
Design Cover Sheet
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000 REV
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Bill off Materials
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Board Outline
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T p Soldermask
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Mid 1 Layer
Mid 2 Layer
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Drill Guide
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ACS710ELC-12C-T
Bill of Materials
ACS710ELC-25C-T
ACS710ELC 25C T
Bill of Materials
ACS710LLC-12C-T
ACS710LLC 12C T
Bill of Materials
ACS710LLC 25C T
ACS710LLC-25C-T
Bill of Materials
ACS710ELC-12CU-T
ACS710ELC
12CU T
Bill of Materials
ACS710ELC 12CB T
ACS710ELC-12CB-T
Bill of Materials
ACS710ELC-25CU-T
Bill off Materials
M t i l
ACS710ELC-25CB-T
Bill of Materials
ACS710LLC 12CU T
ACS710LLC-12CU-T
Bill of Materials
ACS710LLC 12CB T
ACS710LLC-12CB-T
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ACS710LLC 25CU T
ACS710LLC-25CU-T
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ACS710LLC-25CB-T
Bill off Materials
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85-0350
ACS710 Demo Board
Originator: Shawn Upton
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Design Cover Sheet
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ASEK710LLA
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Bill of Materials
ASEK710LLA 25CB T
ASEK710LLA-25CB-T
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ASEK710ELA 12CB T
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ASEK710ELA-25CB-T
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Board Outline
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Top Soldermask
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ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-REV
Originator: Shawn Upton
Revision Control
Page 1 of 3
Rev OI to Rev A Changes:
Both -001 and -100 PCB's:
1. +5.0V net changed to "VCC".
2. Pin 16 of 1710 changed from VRAT to FAULT_EN.
3. R1 (332k PU on pin 13) changed from connected to VRAT to VCC.
4. R2 (178k PU on pin 15) changed from connected to VRAT to VCC.
5. R10 (from VRAT to GND) changed from connected to VRAT to VCC.
6. TP1 changed from VRAT to FAULT_EN.
7. U2 changed from LP2980 to LM317.
The basic function of this block is the same: to provide either
5.0V or 3.3V.
However, VCC pin of the part is now powered also by this regulator.
8. R13 to 301 ohm, R14 to 523 ohm, R14 to 432 ohm. This is part of the
above change.
9. U1 (Allegro ACS710) now powered by VCC instead of +5.0V.
+5.0V was user supplied via J1 (filtered through L2).
10. Q4, R12, C7 TP9, L1 deleted.
11. Added C7 as a DNI'd capacitor on the VZCR node.
12. Added R16 on VZCR, to form potential lowpass filter on VZCR.
13. Build options changed, as the unipolar ("U") and bipolar ("B") ACS710
devices added. Build options changed from -002 through -005 to -010
through -017 as a result.
The old -002 through -005 build options listed only for reference;
do not build these build options.
How to convert Rev OI to Rev A:
1. It is not possible to convert Rev OI to Rev A.
2. Create new assemblies according to this TED pack.
Rev A to Rev B changes:
Both -001 and -100 PCB's:
1. Removed all Reset circuitry:
D2, R9, Q3, Q1, R7, R22, TP10.
2. Changed J1 from 10 pin Molex to 8 pin Molex
3. Changed C7 from DNI to 1nF.
4. Installed RJ on -001 PCB's (-100 already installed).
5. Added TP9 to Vin.
6. TP1 label from "FLT" to "EN".
7. Moved D1 and "FLT" label around.
8. Spread apart testpoints for better labeling.
9. Added J1 to -001 PCB (-100 already installed).
10. No other changes.
11. This impacts all schematics and PCB prints.
12. This only changed -001-BOM and -100-BOM; other BOM's unchanged.
How to convert Rev A to Rev B:
1. It is not possible to convert Rev OI to Rev A.
2. Create new assemblies according to this TED pack.
Rev 9
11/1/2010
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-REV
Originator: Shawn Upton
Revision Control
Page 2 of 3
Rev B to Rev C Changes:
1. R2 from 178k to 332k on both 85-0350-001 and -100.
2. R3 from 332k to 178k on both 85-0350-001 and -100.
3. Topside silkscreen change on both boards.
This was for the labeling changes.
4. Labeling changes: Board Label is spelled out in both the
OPT and ASY pages.
5. Added ACS710ELA-B12C-T and ACS710LLA-U25C-T
6. Added R9 10k pullup resistor on Fault_Enable.
6. No other changes.
How to convert Rev B to Rev C:
1. It is not possible to convert Rev B to Rev C.
Construct new assemblies according to this TED pack.
Rev C to Rev D Changes:
1. OPT page listed parts not available. Items 6-13 were removed.
2. OPT page has new options, 16-19 added.
3. This caused the creation of the -020 through -023 items.
4. OPT page item 14 had typo fixed ("ELA" should have been "LLA").
5. The -018-BOM had a typo fixed ("ELA" should have been "LLA").
6. No functional changes to boards.
7. The sub-assemblies changed to follow suit.
8. PCB Prints removed, as they are no longer required for TED packs.
How to convert Rev C to Rev D:
1. It is not possible to convert Rev B to Rev C.
Construct new assemblies according to this TED pack.
Rev D to Rev E Changes:
1. BOM's, SCH's listed LED's as "red", but BOM p/n gives a green LED'.
BOM p/n changed to a red LED p/n.
2. Note: green or red does not matter for this.
3. No other changes, no functional changes.
How to convert Rev D to Rev E:
1. No changes necessary.
Rev E to Rev F Changes:
1. "ACS" labeling changed to "ASEK" labeling.
2. No functional changes.
How to convert Rev E to Rev F:
1. No changes necessary.
Rev 9
11/1/2010
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-REV
Originator: Shawn Upton
Revision Control
Page 3 of 3
Rev F to Rev G Changes:
1. BOM items 7, 10 and 11: parts changed from 5% to 1% in description;
no part number change.
2. BOM items 8 and 9: errant part number fixed; no change in part values.
3. Removed assemblies -018 to -023. Parts no longer sold.
4. Added new assemblies -024, -025 and -026. These are the current
devices being sold.
How to convert Rev F to Rev G:
1. No changes necessary.
Rev 9
11/1/2010
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-TOP
Originator: Shawn Upton
Top Level Instructions
PAGE 1 OF 1
Rev 5
8/28/2008
1. RoHS Compliance Required?
Yes.
All components and assembly practices must be RoHS Compliant
Certificates of RoHS compliance must be sent to Allegro for record keeping
2. Other TED Packs and/or outside Specifictions required for build:
none required
3. Are there optional ways to build this TED pack? Yes
Please read 85-0350-000-OPT for build options
4. Pages with the descriptor "-ASY" are expected to be followed by the assembly
person / assembly house. These are the Constrution Notes / Assembly
Notes pages, and are used to convey building instructions.
5. The notes on the -TST pages are expected to be followed by Allegro;
product shall not be sold to customers until the steps on the -TST pages are
completed. These are test and verification steps, and are used to
test assembly(s) prior to usage and/or selling.
They are not "calibration" procedures as used on production equipment
6. All photos provided are for reference only; slight variations may result
from component second sourcing or later design changes. Photos are intended
to convey roughly what completed assembly should look like.
7. As multiple boards exist under this TED pack number (85-0350), there is
no -000 assembly.
8. All assemblies are constructed using the -000-ASY page.
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-OPT
Originator: Shawn Upton
Build Options
PAGE 1 OF 1
Rev 9
11/1/2010
There are several different assemblies listed under this TED pack.
Build according to Request Number / Option Number / Description / TBD,
as explained below:
#
1
2
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4
Request:
ACS710ELC-12C-T
ACS710ELC-25C-T
ACS710LLC-12C-T
ACS710LLC-25C-T
Build (1) of this: Allegro P/N
85-0350-002
ACS710ELC-12C-T
85-0350-003
ACS710ELC-25C-T
85-0350-004
ACS710LLC-12C-T
85-0350-005
ACS710LLC-25C-T
Label on Board
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Options 1 through 4 are obsolete and cannot be ordered!
They are listed only for reference.
5
ASEK710 Demo
Socket Board
85-0350-100
Socketed version
N/A
Options 6 through 19 are obsolete and cannot be ordered!
They are listed only for reference.
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13
85-0350-010
85-0350-011
85-0350-012
85-0350-013
85-0350-014
85-0350-015
85-0350-016
85-0350-017
85-0350-010
85-0350-011
85-0350-012
85-0350-013
85-0350-014
85-0350-015
85-0350-016
85-0350-017
ACS710ELC-12CU-T
ACS710ELC-12CB-T
ACS710ELC-25CU-T
ACS710ELC-25CB-T
ACS710LLC-12CU-T
ACS710LLC-12CB-T
ACS710LLC-25CU-T
ACS710LLC-25CB-T
ASEK710ELC-12CU-T
ASEK710ELC-12CB-T
ASEK710ELC-25CU-T
ASEK710ELC-25CB-T
ASEK710LLC-12CU-T
ASEK710LLC-12CB-T
ASEK710LLC-25CU-T
ASKE710LLC-25CB-T
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85-0350-019
85-0350-020
85-0350-021
85-0350-022
85-0350-023
85-0350-018
85-0350-019
85-0350-020
85-0350-021
85-0350-022
85-0350-023
ACS710LLA-12CB-T
ACS710LLA-25CB-T
ACS710ELA-12CB-T
ACS710ELA-25CB-T
ACS710KLA-25CB-T
ACS710KLA-25CB-T
ASEK710LLA-12CB-T
ASEK710LLA-25CB-T
ASEK710ELA-12CB-T
ASEK710ELA-25CB-T
ASEK710KLA-25CB-T
ASEK710KLA-25CB-T
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85-0350-024
85-0350-025
85-0350-026
Build (1) of this: Allegro P/N
85-0350-024
ACS710KLA-12CB-T
85-0350-025
ACS710KLA-25CB-T
85-0350-026
ACS710KLA-6BB-T
Label on Board
ASEK710KLA-12CB-T
ASEK710KLA-25CB-T
ASEK710KLA-6BB-T
Note:
1. All (other than -100) boards must be labeled after construction (see -000-ASY)
2. Basically, the Allegro sensor that is installed onto the board has
the "ACS" prefix changed to to "ASEK", no other changes; and this
p/n is what is applied to the board.
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-ASY
Originator: Shawn Upton
Construction Notes
PAGE 1 OF 3
Rev 9
11/1/2010
Notes for all 85-0350 assemblies:
1. Any sticker applied by the assembly house shall be installed on the
backside of the pcb, onto the supplied silkscreen area.
This sticker (if applied) may be larger, and applied elsewhere;
but it must not obscure the 85-0350-001 p/n.
This sticker shall not interfere with the installation of the banana jacks
or standoffs.
2. Install all surface mount components first.
Please note: the Allegro part (for U1) may be installed at the same
time as all other parts!
It is listed seperately for ease of documentation.
3. Install all through hole parts second.
Testpoint loops shall be installed in this orientation:
Long axis of board
Testpoint
Note: loop is parallel to the long axis of the board.
4. Installation of RJ:
Use 22g buss wire, 0.5 inch body, with 0.25 inch leads bent 90 degree.
Install 0.125 inch above PCB (not critical).
Solder and trim.
0.5" long x 0.125" tall
PCB Top side
PCB Bottom side
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-ASY
Originator: Shawn Upton
Construction Notes
PAGE 2 OF 3
Rev 9
11/1/2010
5. Install standoffs and banana jacks last.
If possible, tighten hardware to these specifications:
#4, #5, #6 metal hardware: tighten to 1-2 inch pounds torque.
1/4-32 metal hardware: tighten to 3-5 inch pounds.
Note: this is not a photo of the actual board!
This photo is supplied only for banana jack and standoff installation.
Notes for 85-0350-001 through 85-0350-099 Boards:
1. There is no need to assemble the -001 assembly prior to the -001/2/etc
assemblies. At build time, all parts may be installed at once.
The -001 assembly is broken into a separate part number for ease of
documentation, not as an indication of how to assemble.
2. All 85-0350 assemblies require a sticker to be applied post-construction.
This sticker shall be applied by whomever constructs the boards.
This sticker shall be the part number as stated by either this document
or by the -000-OPT.
3. This sticker shall be applied onto the top side silkscreen, as seen
to the left of U1 and the right of the "ASEK710-" silkscreen text.
This box is 0.25 inches tall x 0.5 inches long.
The sticker shall not be larger than the silkscreen box; but may be smaller.
4. See next section for labeling instructions.
5. All components and assembly practices must be RoHS Compliant
Certificates of RoHS compliance must be sent to Allegro for record keeping
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-ASY
Originator: Shawn Upton
Construction Notes
PAGE 3 OF 3
Rev 9
11/1/2010
85-0350-001 through 85-0350-099 Labeling:
1. All labels shall be placed to the right of the "ASEK710" silkscreen
label and to the right of the U1 device, in the silkscreen box provided.
2. If an 85-0350-001 assembly is made, for future finishing into a
finished assembly, board labeling is not required.
3. Label assemblies as outlined on below.
Board
85-0350-024
85-0350-025
85-0350-026
Allegro device
ACS710KLA-12CB-T
ACS710KLA-25CB-T
ACS710KLA-6BB-T
Label as:
ASEK710KLA-12CB-T
ASEK710KLA-25CB-T
ASEK710KLA-6BB-T
85-0350-100 Labeling:
1. Boards do not require topside labeling.
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-000-TST
Originator: Shawn Upton
Test and Verification
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All assemblies must be tested and verified for proper operation prior to
shipping to customers.
85-0350.xls
Rev 1
7/9/2007
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-001-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
ITEM QTY S
Basic Board
Bill of Materials
Page 1 of 4
Manufacturer
P/N
Rev 9
11/1/2010
DESCRIPTION
REF
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2
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6
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1E103K
ECJ-1VB1C104K
ECJ-HVB1C106M
ECJ-1VC1H102J
capacitor, monolythic, 0603, X5R, 10nF, 16V
capacitor, monolythic, 0603, X5R, 0.1uF, 16V
capacitor, monolythic, 1206, X5R, 10uF, 16V
capacitor, monolythic, 0603, X5R, 1nF, 16V
Do Not Install
C5
C1
C3, C4
C7
C2, C6, C8
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6
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
ERJ-3GEY0R00V
ERJ-3EKF3010V
ERJ-3EKF4320V
ERJ-3EKF5230V
ERJ-3EKF1001V
ERJ-3EKF1002V
ERJ-3EKF1783V
ERJ-3EKF3323V
resistor, metal film, 0603, 5%, zero ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 301 ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 432 ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 523 ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 1k ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 10k ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 178k ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 332k ohm
Do Not Install
jumper (bend to 0.5" and install 0.125" above PCB)
Do Not Install
R16, R23, R26
R8, R13
R15
R14
R20, R21, R24, R25
R6, R9, R11
R3
R1, R2
R4, R5
RJ
R10
17
1
6 Murata
BLM18BB471SN1D
inductor, 0603
L2
18
1
6 Panasonic
LNJ214R8ARA
LED, 0603 (1608), red, 2V or 2.1V
D1
19
1
6 Zetex
ZXM61P02FTA
mosfet, PFET, SOT-23
Q2
20
1
9 National Semi
LM317AEMP
IC, voltage regulator, adjustable, SOT-223
U2
21
22
23
24
25
2
1
9
4
4
6
6
6
6
6
IP+, IPJ1
TP1 - TP9
See Construction Notes
See Construction Notes
26
1
6 AMP
9-146277-0-02
27
1
6 3M
929950-00
connector, banana plug
connector, straight friction lock header, 8 pin
testpoint, 0.063 inch diameter, red
screw, zinc metal plated, 4-40, 0.5 inch, Philips
standoff, male/male, zinc metal plated, 4-40,
0.5 inch long, hex shaped
connector, 2 pin male, 100mil spaced, 25mil
square post
Note: P/N given may be more than 2 pins; cut to
size
2 pin shunt connector
6
Johnson Components 111-2223-001
Molex
22-11-2082
Keystone Electronics 5005K
Keystone Electronics
1450C
J2
J2
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-001-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
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Basic Board
Bill of Materials
Page 2 of 4
Rev 9
11/1/2010
pcb, as from 85-0350-001 Rev 5 gerber files
All components and assembly practices must be RoHS Compliant
Certificates of RoHS compliance must be sent to Allegro for record keeping
This BOM generated in conformance with ENG 07-0002 Revision 4
BOM Explanation
Item: each distinct component has a "line item" (but may span multiple lines). When questions arise to a component parameter/designation/etc, please
refer to line item number first when inquiring.
QTY: the quantity of items to be ordered per finished assembly. Note: higher level documents may call this BOM multiple times
S: BOM Substitution Instructions. See below
Manufacturer: Recommended (or required) Manufacturer for the part(s). Note: multiple manufacturers may be listed per line item.
Note: if no manufacturer part number is given, the the item is considered generic enough that that any manufacturer should work. Ie, 1N4001 in
a DO-41
P/N: The manufacturers part number. Note: if multiple manufacturers are listed, this P/N will correspond only to the manufacturer to the immediate left
of the P/N
Note: Manufacturer part number may be incomplete; if not enough information is given, see below.
Description: this is a generic description of the part. Package size, part type, minimum/maximum requirements are listed.
Note: this is generic and may not exactly reflect the suggested/required part. For example, "capacitor, 25V" while the manufacturer P/N
is actually 50V. The capacitor is required to a minimum of 25V rated (important only if second sourcing)
In general, this field will list the critical parameters of the component if the Substitution code is not 10.
Ref: This is the list of component designators.
If "see construction notes" is listed, the construction notes must be used to determine component location (not marked on board etc)
Note: surface mount components may have a designator listed but not marked on PCB silkscreen; if so then refer to -CPG (or similar) drawing
for location and/or the pick and place file (as found in the gerber files)
If a line item has multiple part numbers, they are not to be interpreted as any order of preference
Mixing is allowed (for example, if 2 manufacturers are listed, and qty is 5, then 2 parts may be from vendor A and 3 parts from vendor B) regardless of
code, unless otherwise noted.
BOM Substitution Notes:
The third column nomenclature is to be used for second sourcing components as follows:
1. Any substitution allowed, as long as mechanically identical (non-electrical items only) (visually different ok)
2. Any susbstitution allowed, as long as mechanically similar (non-electrical items only) (visually different ok)
3. Any substitution, as long as mechanically and visually identical (non-electrical items only)
4. Any substitution allowed, as long as mechanically and visually similar (non-electrical items only)
5. Any substitution allowed, as long as mechanically and visually identical and electrically similar
6. Any substitution allowed, as long as mechanically, electrically and visually similar
7. Reserved for future usage.
8. Reserved for future usage
9. Substitution not recommended, but allowed if mechanically, electrically and visually similar. Only substitute if no alternative.
10. No substitution allowed.
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-001-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
Basic Board
Bill of Materials
Page 3 of 4
Rev 9
11/1/2010
"Identical" is to be interpreted as "meeting the same specifications" with no deviation from the specifications.
If no manufacturer is given, then do not deviate from stated specifications in the Description field.
If a manufacturer is given, do not deviate from the specifications from the manufacturer--the Description field is for reference only then.
In general, "Identical" codes will list specific manufacturer and manufacturer part numbers
"Similar" is to be interpreted as "meeting or exceeding the stated specifications, in regards to electrical and/or mechanical
parameters (see Substitution code).
If no manufacturer is given, then do not deviate from stated specifications in the Description field--but use "Similar" substituting guidelines
If a manufacturer is given, the Description field lists the critical parameters that must be met (or exceeded).
In general, "Similar" codes will have all critical parameters listed, and subsituting outside parameters as listed is ok
"Similar" as applied to visual means different colors may be used, unless otherwise noted. For example, an item with Substitution code 6 can
typically be any color.
However, if the description states "red" and the substitution code is 4, 6 or similar, then a red item must be used--but it may be any shade of red.
For example, if a capacitor is to be "identical", it must have the same voltage and tempco etc ratings as stated in the description.
If a capacitor is to be similar, the voltage rating may be higher, the tempco lower, etc.
Unless if the Substitution code is 10, "identical" parts may be sourced from different manufacturers and may have slight differences in appearance.
These subtle differences are ok.
Substituting for "Similar" parts:
Capacitors:
-tempco must be same or go down. Alternately, go up in this order: Z5U, X5R, X7R, NP0, C0G
-tolerance must be same or go down
-voltage rating must be same or go up
-unless otherwise stated, capacitance value must be identical
-unless otherwise stated, lead spacing must be same; external dimensions must be the same or smaller
-unless otherwise stated, capacitor type must be identical (tantalum, mono, etc)
Resistors:
-tempco must same or go down
-tolerance must be same or go down
-unless otherwise stated, resistance value must be identical
Note: when going from 5% to 1%, use nearest value size
-power dissapation must be same or greater
-unless otherwise stated, package size must be the same
-unless otherwise stated, coloring and marking can vary
-unless otherwise stated, resistor type must be identical (wire wound, metal film, etc)
Diodes and Transistors:
-unless otherwise stated, package size must be the same
IC's, Connectors, and all other parts::
-unless otherwise stated, package size must be the same (DIP16, SOIC-8, etc)
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-001-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
Basic Board
Bill of Materials
Page 4 of 4
Manufacturer Part Number Discrepencies
Every attempt will be made to provide a workable part number. However, prefixes and suffixes can vary over time.
If second sourcing from a different manufacturer, make sure that the requirements as noted under the Description column are met.
In general, if temperature option(s) are not noted, parts specified to work from 0-50C (or greater) will be sufficent.
If package information is not given, please check the manufacturer datasheet for package type.
Any and all descrepencies should be reported to Allegro MicroSystems for correction and updates.
Rev 9
11/1/2010
1
2
3
4
TP1
EN
TP2
VOC
TP3
VCC
TP4
A
VCC
C1
0.1uF
VCC
R1
332k
VCC
R9
10k
TP9
R2
332k
IPB
EN
VOC
VCC
VOCFLT
VIOUT
VFILTER
VZCR
GND
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
EN
VOC
R3
178k
C8
DNI
VCC
R10
DNI
B
R4
DNI
BANANA JACK
C2
DNI
J1
VCC
L2
GND
VOC
R20
FAULT_EN R21
R23
VOCFLT
R24
VIOUT
VFILTER
R26
R25
VZCR
VCC
U2
+Vin
1
2
3
Adj
Vout
Vin
Vout
R16
4
VCC
C4
10uF
C3 LM317AEMP
10uF
C
TP8
zero
VOCFLT
VIOUT
VFILTER
ACS710
IP-
+Vin
zero
VIOUT
C5
10nF
R13
301
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1k
1k
zero
1k
zero
1k
MOLEX 22-11-2082
BANANA JACK
IP+
IP+
IP+
IP+
IPIPIPIP-
VZCR
RJ
U1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
VFILTER
TP7
IP+
IP+
VIOUT
TP6
VCC
A
VOCFLT
TP5
R5
DNI
C7
1nF
R6
10k
Q2
ZXM61P02
R11
C6
DNI
C
10k
R8
301
R14
523
D1
LED Red
J2
R15
432
Install J2 for VCC=3.3V, otherwise VCC=5V
Fiducial_1 Fiducial_3
D
RoHS H1
Net
Fiducial_2 Logo_1 4-40 Hole
Title
ACS710 Demo Board
Size:
A
Number:
85-0350-001-SCH
2
3
H2
Net
Net
4-40 Hole 4-40 Hole
Revision:
Date: 9/8/2008
Time: 3:00:11 PM Sheet 1 of 1
File: 85-0350-001 Rev 5.SchDoc
1
H3
5
H4
Net
4-40 Hole
Allegro MicroSystems, Inc
955 Perimeter Rd
Manchester NH 03103
4
D
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-024-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
ITEM QTY S
1
2
3
1
1
1
Manufacturer
10 Allegro
10 Allegro
6
ASEK710KLC-12CB-T
Bill of Materials
Page 1 of 1
P/N
ACS710KLA-12CB-T
85-0350-001
Rev 9
11/1/2010
DESCRIPTION
IC, current sensor
label (see 85-0350-000-ASY)
All components and assembly practices must be RoHS Compliant
Certificates of RoHS compliance must be sent to Allegro for record keeping
This BOM generated in conformance with ENG 07-0002 Revision 4
REF
U1
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-025-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
ITEM QTY S
1
2
3
1
1
1
Manufacturer
10 Allegro
10 Allegro
6
ASEK710KLA-25CB-T
Bill of Materials
Page 1 of 1
P/N
ACS710KLA-25CB-T
85-0350-001
Rev 9
11/1/2010
DESCRIPTION
IC, current sensor
label (see 85-0350-000-ASY)
All components and assembly practices must be RoHS Compliant
Certificates of RoHS compliance must be sent to Allegro for record keeping
This BOM generated in conformance with ENG 07-0002 Revision 4
REF
U1
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-026-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
ITEM QTY S
1
2
3
1
1
1
Manufacturer
10 Allegro
10 Allegro
6
ASEK710KLA-6BB-T
Bill of Materials
Page 1 of 1
P/N
ACS710KLA-6BB-T
85-0350-001
Rev 9
11/1/2010
DESCRIPTION
IC, current sensor
label (see 85-0350-000-ASY)
All components and assembly practices must be RoHS Compliant
Certificates of RoHS compliance must be sent to Allegro for record keeping
This BOM generated in conformance with ENG 07-0002 Revision 4
REF
U1
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-100-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
ITEM QTY S
Socket Board
Bill of Materials
Page 1 of 4
Manufacturer
P/N
Rev 9
11/1/2010
DESCRIPTION
REF
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
2
1
0
6
6
6
6
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
ECJ-1VB1E103K
ECJ-1VB1C104K
ECJ-HVB1C106M
ECJ-1VC1H102J
capacitor, monolythic, 0603, X5R, 10nF, 16V
capacitor, monolythic, 0603, X5R, 0.1uF, 16V
capacitor, monolythic, 1206, X5R, 10uF, 16V
capacitor, monolythic, 0603, X5R, 1nF, 16V
Do Not Install
C5
C1
C3, C4
C7
C2, C6, C8
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
3
2
1
1
4
3
1
2
0
1
0
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
Panasonic
ERJ-3GEY0R00V
ERJ-3EKF3010V
ERJ-3EKF4320V
ERJ-3EKF5230V
ERJ-3EKF1001V
ERJ-3EKF1002V
ERJ-3EKF1783V
ERJ-3EKF3323V
resistor, metal film, 0603, 5%, zero ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 301 ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 432 ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 523 ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 1k ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 10k ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 178k ohm
resistor, metal film, 0603, 1%, 332k ohm
Do Not Install
jumper (bend to 0.5" and install 0.125" above PCB)
Do Not Install
R16, R23, R26
R8, R13
R15
R14
R20, R21, R24, R25
R6, R9, R11
R3
R1, R2
R4, R5
RJ
R10
17
2
6 Murata
BLM18BB471SN1D
inductor, 0603
L1, L2
18
1
6 Panasonic
LNJ214R8ARA
LED, 0603 (1608), red, 2V or 2.1V
D1
19
2
6 Zetex
ZXM61P02FTA
mosfet, PFET, SOT-23
Q2, Q4
20
1
9 National Semi
LM317AEMP
IC, voltage regulator, adjustable, SOT-223
U2
21
22
23
24
25
2
1
9
4
4
6
6
6
6
6
IP+, IPJ1
TP1 - TP9
See Construction Notes
See Construction Notes
26
1
6 AMP
9-146277-0-02
27
1
6 3M
929950-00
connector, banana plug
connector, straight friction lock header, 8 pin
testpoint, 0.063 inch diameter, red
screw, zinc metal plated, 4-40, 0.5 inch, Philips
standoff, male/male, zinc metal plated, 4-40,
0.5 inch long, hex shaped
connector, 2 pin male, 100mil spaced, 25mil
square post
Note: P/N given may be more than 2 pins; cut to
size
2 pin shunt connector
6
Johnson Components 111-2223-001
Molex
22-11-2082
Keystone Electronics 5005K
Keystone Electronics
1450C
J2
J2
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-100-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
28
1
10 Loranger
29
1
10
Socket Board
Bill of Materials
Page 2 of 4
04337 281 X281E
socket, ZIF, SOIC-16 wide, kelvin contacts
Rev 9
11/1/2010
U1
pcb, as from 85-0350-100 Rev 5 gerber files
RoHS compliance not required
This BOM generated in conformance with ENG 07-0002 Revision 4
BOM Explanation
Item: each distinct component has a "line item" (but may span multiple lines). When questions arise to a component parameter/designation/etc, please
refer to line item number first when inquiring.
QTY: the quantity of items to be ordered per finished assembly. Note: higher level documents may call this BOM multiple times
S: BOM Substitution Instructions. See below
Manufacturer: Recommended (or required) Manufacturer for the part(s). Note: multiple manufacturers may be listed per line item.
Note: if no manufacturer part number is given, the the item is considered generic enough that that any manufacturer should work. Ie, 1N4001 in
a DO-41
P/N: The manufacturers part number. Note: if multiple manufacturers are listed, this P/N will correspond only to the manufacturer to the immediate left
of the P/N
Note: Manufacturer part number may be incomplete; if not enough information is given, see below.
Description: this is a generic description of the part. Package size, part type, minimum/maximum requirements are listed.
Note: this is generic and may not exactly reflect the suggested/required part. For example, "capacitor, 25V" while the manufacturer P/N
is actually 50V. The capacitor is required to a minimum of 25V rated (important only if second sourcing)
In general, this field will list the critical parameters of the component if the Substitution code is not 10.
Ref: This is the list of component designators.
If "see construction notes" is listed, the construction notes must be used to determine component location (not marked on board etc)
Note: surface mount components may have a designator listed but not marked on PCB silkscreen; if so then refer to -CPG (or similar) drawing
for location and/or the pick and place file (as found in the gerber files)
If a line item has multiple part numbers, they are not to be interpreted as any order of preference
Mixing is allowed (for example, if 2 manufacturers are listed, and qty is 5, then 2 parts may be from vendor A and 3 parts from vendor B) regardless of
code, unless otherwise noted.
BOM Substitution Notes:
The third column nomenclature is to be used for second sourcing components as follows:
1. Any substitution allowed, as long as mechanically identical (non-electrical items only) (visually different ok)
2. Any susbstitution allowed, as long as mechanically similar (non-electrical items only) (visually different ok)
3. Any substitution, as long as mechanically and visually identical (non-electrical items only)
4. Any substitution allowed, as long as mechanically and visually similar (non-electrical items only)
5. Any substitution allowed, as long as mechanically and visually identical and electrically similar
6. Any substitution allowed, as long as mechanically, electrically and visually similar
7. Reserved for future usage.
8. Reserved for future usage
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-100-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
Socket Board
Bill of Materials
Page 3 of 4
Rev 9
11/1/2010
9. Substitution not recommended, but allowed if mechanically, electrically and visually similar. Only substitute if no alternative.
10. No substitution allowed.
"Identical" is to be interpreted as "meeting the same specifications" with no deviation from the specifications.
If no manufacturer is given, then do not deviate from stated specifications in the Description field.
If a manufacturer is given, do not deviate from the specifications from the manufacturer--the Description field is for reference only then.
In general, "Identical" codes will list specific manufacturer and manufacturer part numbers
"Similar" is to be interpreted as "meeting or exceeding the stated specifications, in regards to electrical and/or mechanical
parameters (see Substitution code).
If no manufacturer is given, then do not deviate from stated specifications in the Description field--but use "Similar" substituting guidelines
If a manufacturer is given, the Description field lists the critical parameters that must be met (or exceeded).
In general, "Similar" codes will have all critical parameters listed, and subsituting outside parameters as listed is ok
"Similar" as applied to visual means different colors may be used, unless otherwise noted. For example, an item with Substitution code 6 can
typically be any color.
However, if the description states "red" and the substitution code is 4, 6 or similar, then a red item must be used--but it may be any shade of red.
For example, if a capacitor is to be "identical", it must have the same voltage and tempco etc ratings as stated in the description.
If a capacitor is to be similar, the voltage rating may be higher, the tempco lower, etc.
Unless if the Substitution code is 10, "identical" parts may be sourced from different manufacturers and may have slight differences in appearance.
These subtle differences are ok.
Substituting for "Similar" parts:
Capacitors:
-tempco must be same or go down. Alternately, go up in this order: Z5U, X5R, X7R, NP0, C0G
-tolerance must be same or go down
-voltage rating must be same or go up
-unless otherwise stated, capacitance value must be identical
-unless otherwise stated, lead spacing must be same; external dimensions must be the same or smaller
-unless otherwise stated, capacitor type must be identical (tantalum, mono, etc)
Resistors:
-tempco must same or go down
-tolerance must be same or go down
-unless otherwise stated, resistance value must be identical
Note: when going from 5% to 1%, use nearest value size
-power dissapation must be same or greater
-unless otherwise stated, package size must be the same
-unless otherwise stated, coloring and marking can vary
-unless otherwise stated, resistor type must be identical (wire wound, metal film, etc)
Diodes and Transistors:
-unless otherwise stated, package size must be the same
ACS710 Demo Board
85-0350-100-BOM
Originator: Shawn Upton
Socket Board
Bill of Materials
Page 4 of 4
IC's, Connectors, and all other parts::
-unless otherwise stated, package size must be the same (DIP16, SOIC-8, etc)
Manufacturer Part Number Discrepencies
Every attempt will be made to provide a workable part number. However, prefixes and suffixes can vary over time.
If second sourcing from a different manufacturer, make sure that the requirements as noted under the Description column are met.
In general, if temperature option(s) are not noted, parts specified to work from 0-50C (or greater) will be sufficent.
If package information is not given, please check the manufacturer datasheet for package type.
Any and all descrepencies should be reported to Allegro MicroSystems for correction and updates.
Rev 9
11/1/2010
1
2
3
4
TP1
EN
TP2
VOC
TP3
VCC
TP4
A
VCC
C1
0.1uF
VCC
R1
332k
VCC
R9
10k
TP9
R2
332k
B
IP-
16F
16S
15F
15S
14F
14S
13F
13S
12F
12S
11F
11S
10F
10S
9F
9S
EN
R3
178k
C8
DNI
VOCFLT
VCC
R10
DNI
B
VIOUT
VFILTER
J1
VCC
L2
GND
R20
VOC
FAULT_EN R21
R23
VOCFLT
R24
VIOUT
VFILTER
R26
R25
VZCR
VCC
R4
DNI
BANANA JACK
C2
DNI
R16
zero
VIOUT
C
+Vin
Adj
Vout
Vin
Vout
4
C5
10nF
VCC
C3 LM317AEMP
10uF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R5
DNI
R6
10k
Q2
ZXM61P02
R11
C6
1nF
C4
10uF
1k
1k
zero
1k
zero
1k
C7
1n
U2
1
2
3
TP8
zero
VOC
Loranger 4337 28E
IP-
+Vin
Molex 22-11-2081
BANANA JACK
VZCR
RJ
U1
1F
1S
2F
2S
3F
3S
4F
4S
5F
5S
6F
6S
7F
7S
8F
8S
VFILTER
TP7
IP+
IP+
VIOUT
TP6
VCC
A
VOCFLT
TP5
C
10k
R8
301
R13
332k
D1
LED Red
R14
20k
J2
R15
10k
H2
Pb
Net
Logo_1 4-40 Hole
D
Install J2 for VCC=3.3V, otherwise VCC=5V
Title
ACS710 Demo Board
Size:
A
Number:
85-0350-100-SCH
H4
H1
Net
Net
4-40 Hole 4-40 Hole
Revision:
Date: 9/8/2008
Time: 3:01:27 PM Sheet 1 of 1
File: 85-0350-100 Rev 5.SchDoc
1
2
3
5
H3
Net
4-40 Hole
Allegro MicroSystems, Inc
955 Perimeter Rd
Manchester NH 03103
4
D
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