AK9750

[AK9750]
AK9750
IR Sensor IC with I2C I/F
1. General Description
The AK9750 is an ultra-low power and compact infrared-ray (IR) sensor module. It is composed of four
quantum IR sensors and an integrated circuit (IC) for characteristic compensation. The four IR sensors’
offset and gain variations are calibrated at shipment. An integral analog-to-digital converter provides
16-bits data outputs. Additional integrated features include a field of view limiter and an optical filter. The
AK9750 is suitable for applications including stationary human detection.
2. Features
 Quantum-type IR Sensor with Four IR Elements
 16-bits Digital Outputs to I2C bus
 Integrated temperature sensor:
-10 ~ 60ºC output on I2C bus
 Interrupt Function
INT pin can be used as a read-trigger or an interrupt request of signal level monitoring.
 Built in Switch Mode (Standalone Mode)
By writing the threshold into the internal EEPROM at the customer’s production testing, the
presence detection state will be output to the INT pin. In this mode, neither the control by I2C bus
nor Host MCU is necessary.
 Low Voltage Operation:
VDD:
1.71 ~ 3.63V
DVDD: 1.65V ~ VDD
 Low Current Consumption:
Max. 100 µA (@Continuous Mode “0”)
Max. 1µA (@ Power down Mode)
 Small and Thin Package:
10-pin SON
Built in a field of view limiter and an optical filter
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3.
Table of Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
General Description ............................................................................................................................ 1
Features .............................................................................................................................................. 1
Table of Contents ................................................................................................................................ 2
Block Diagram and Functions ............................................................................................................. 4
4.1. Block Diagram.............................................................................................................................. 4
4.2. Block Functions............................................................................................................................ 4
5. Pin Configurations and Functions ....................................................................................................... 5
5.1. Pin Configurations ....................................................................................................................... 5
5.2. Pin Functions ............................................................................................................................... 5
6. IR Sensors Configuration / Observable Area ...................................................................................... 6
6.1. IR Sensor’s Configurations .......................................................................................................... 6
6.2. IR Sensor’s Observable Area ...................................................................................................... 6
7. Absolute Maximum Ratings ................................................................................................................ 7
8. Recommended Operating Conditions................................................................................................. 7
9. Power Supply Conditions .................................................................................................................... 8
10.
Electrical Characteristics ................................................................................................................. 9
10.1.
Analog Characteristics ............................................................................................................. 9
10.2.
Digital Characteristics ............................................................................................................ 10
10.2.1.
EEPROM......................................................................................................................... 10
10.2.2.
DC Characteristics .......................................................................................................... 10
10.2.3.
AC Characteristics (1): Standard Mode (100 kHz) ..........................................................11
10.2.4.
AC Characteristics (2): Fast Mode (400 kHz)..................................................................11
11.
Functional Descriptions ................................................................................................................. 13
11.1 Power Supply States ................................................................................................................. 13
11.2 Reset functions .......................................................................................................................... 13
11.3 Operating Mode ......................................................................................................................... 14
11.3.1. Normal Mode/Switch Mode ................................................................................................ 14
11.3.2. Normal Mode ...................................................................................................................... 15
11.3.3. Switch Mode ....................................................................................................................... 16
11.4 Descriptions for each Operating Mode ...................................................................................... 17
11.4.1. Power down Mode (PDN pin= “L”) ..................................................................................... 17
11.4.2. Stand-by Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “000”) .............................................................................. 17
11.4.3. EEPROM Access Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “001” and EEPMODE= “1”) .............................. 17
11.4.4. Single Shot Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “010”).......................................................................... 17
11.4.5. Continuous Mode 0 (EMODE [2:0] = “100”) ....................................................................... 18
11.4.6. Continuous Mode 1,2,3 (EMODE [2:0] = “101”, “110”, “111”) ............................................ 18
11.5 Read Measurement Data........................................................................................................... 19
11.5.1. Normal Read-out Procedure .............................................................................................. 19
11.5.2. Read-out Data within a measurement Period .................................................................... 20
11.5.3. Skipping Data ..................................................................................................................... 20
11.5.4. End Operation .................................................................................................................... 21
11.5.5. Example of Read-out Procedure ........................................................................................ 21
12.
Serial Interface .............................................................................................................................. 23
12.1.
Data Transfer.......................................................................................................................... 23
12.1.1.
Changing state of the SDA line ....................................................................................... 23
12.1.2.
Start / Stop Conditions .................................................................................................... 23
12.1.3.
Acknowledge................................................................................................................... 24
12.1.4.
Slave Address ................................................................................................................. 25
12.1.5.
WRITE Command ........................................................................................................... 26
12.1.6.
READ Command ............................................................................................................ 27
12.1.7.
EEPROM Write Timing ................................................................................................... 28
13.
Memory Map.................................................................................................................................. 29
14.
Registers Functional Descriptions................................................................................................. 31
15.
EEPROM Functional Descriptions ................................................................................................ 40
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First data Determination Time ....................................................................................................... 41
17.
Data Sampling Period ................................................................................................................... 41
18.
Sensor’s Output (Reference) ........................................................................................................ 42
19.
Spectrum Sensitivity (Reference).................................................................................................. 42
20.
Field of View (Reference) .............................................................................................................. 43
21.
Recommended External Circuits................................................................................................... 44
22.
Package ......................................................................................................................................... 45
22.1.
Outline Dimensions ................................................................................................................ 45
22.2.
Pad Dimensions ..................................................................................................................... 46
22.3.
Marking................................................................................................................................... 47
23.
Ordering Guide .............................................................................................................................. 48
24.
Revision History............................................................................................................................. 48
IMPORTANT NOTICE .......................................................................................................................... 49
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4.
Block Diagram and Functions
4.1. Block Diagram
Figure 4.1 AK9750 Block Diagram
4.2. Block Functions
Table 4.1. Block Functions
Block
4 x IR
MUX
TIA
AMP
Temperature Sensor
ADC
I2C Interface
EEPROM
OSC
POR
Function
Four IR Sensor
Matrix Switch
Photocurrents of IR Sensor are converted to voltage signals.
Programmable gain amplifier to adjust the outputs.
Built-in Temperature Sensor
The amplifier output and the built-in temperature sensor output are
converted to digital signals.
Interface to external host controller.
SCL and SDA pins are provided for I2C Interface. The interface operates up
to 400kHz rate and down to 1.65V low voltage condition.
EEPROM
Internal Oscillator.
Power On Reset circuit.
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5.
Pin Configurations and Functions
5.1. Pin Configurations
VDD
1
10
VSS
CAD0
2
9
TEST
CAD1
3
8
DVDD
INT
4
7
SCL
PDN
5
6
SDA
Top View
Figure 5.1 Pin Configurations
5.2. Pin Functions
Table 5.1 Pin Functions
Pin
No.
1
Name
I/O
VDD
-
2
CAD0
I
3
CAD1
I
4
INT
O
5
PDN
I
6
SDA
I/O
7
SCL
I
8
9
10
DVDD
TEST
VSS
I
-
Function
Analog Power Supply Pin
Slave address 0. CAD0 pin should be connected to VDD or VSS. Set up an address so
that two or more same address of devices do not exist on the same bus.
Slave address 1. CAD0 pin should be connected to VDD or VSS. Set up an address so
that two or more same address of devices do not exist on the same bus.
Functions are selected by INTEN register. INT pin goes “Active”, when the ADC output
are ready to be read or the differential signal of two IR sensor(one observes the upper
(or left)side and another observes lower (or right) side) exceeds threshold levels. It is
composed of an open drain output (N-type transistor). INT pin is connected to DVDD
voltage through a pull-up resister, with other open drain or open collector output of the
other devices to form “wired-OR”.
Power down pin. When PDN pin= “H”, AK9750 can operate. PDN pin is not connected
to VDD (or VSS) through a pull-up (or pull-down) resister. This pin must be connected
to “H” or “L” voltage level.
I2C Data Output Pin. SDA is a bidirectional pin which is used to transmit data into and
out of the device. It is composed of a signal input and an open drain output (N-type
transistor). SDA is connected to DVDD voltage through a pull-up resistor, and to open
drain outputs or open collector outputs of the other devices as “wired-OR”
I2C Clock Input pin. Signal processing is executed at the rising and falling edge of SCL
clock. Observe rise time tR and fall time tF. SCL is connected to DVDD voltage through
a pull-up resistor.
Digital I/F Power Supply pin.
Test pin. TEST pin should be connected to VSS.
Ground pin.
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6. IR Sensors Configuration / Observable Area
6.1. IR Sensor’s Configurations
The four IR sensors which AK9750 includes are arranged as shown in Figure 6.1 IR1(2, 3, 4) is defined
as the measurement data of IR sensor 1(2, 3, 4).
The upper (left, lower, right) side is defined as the side on which IR sensor 1(2, 3, 4) is arranged.
Figure 6.1. IR Sensor’s Configurations
6.2. IR Sensor’s Observable Area
The each IR sensor’s Observable Area is limited by the field of view limiter as shown Figure 6.2.
Area1 (2, 3, 4) is defined as the area which IR Sensor 1(2, 3, 4) can observe. Each sensor detects the
diagonal area.
Figure 6.2. IR Sensor’s Observable Area
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7. Absolute Maximum Ratings
(VSS= 0V)
Parameter
Power Supply
Input Current
Input Voltage
(* 1)
VDD pin, DVDD pin
All pins
CAD0 pin, CAD1 pin, INT pin,
PDN pin, TEST pin, SCL pin,
SDA pin
Symbol
V+
Iin
Min.
-0.6
-10
Max.
4.6
10
Unit
V
mA
Vin
-0.6
4.6
V
Tst
-30
85
ºC
Storage Temperature
Note:
* 1. Vin should be always lower than (V+) + (0.6V).
WARNING: Operation at or beyond these limits may result in permanent damage to the device.
Normal operation is not guaranteed at these extremes.
8. Recommended Operating Conditions
(VSS= 0V)
Parameter
Symbol
VDD
Power Supply During normal operation
(* 2)
During the EEPROM write
EVDD
Digital Power Supply
DVDD
Operating Temperature
Ta
Notes:
* 2. VDD should always be higher than DVDD.
* 3. Keep environment no dew condensation.
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1.71
3.00
1.65
-30
Typ.
3.3
3.3
3.3
25
Max.
3.63
3.63
VDD
85
Unit
V
V
V
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9. Power Supply Conditions
(Unless otherwise specified, VDD=1.71 ~ 3.63V, DVDD= 1.65V ~ VDD, Ta= -30 ~ 85ºC)
Parameter
Symbol Min. Typ.
Power Supply Rise Time
(* 4, * 5)
Power-on Reset Time
(* 4, * 5)
Shutdown Voltage
(* 5, * 6)
Power Supply Interval Time
(* 4, * 5, * 6)
Time until VDD, DVDD,
and PDN are set to the
operating voltage from
0.2V.
Time until AK9750
becomes Power down
Mode after PSUP.
Shutdown Voltage for
POR re-starting.
Voltage retention time
below SDV1 for POR
re-starting.
Max.
Unit
VDD pin,
DVDD pin
PSUP
50
ms
VDD pin
PORT
3000
µs
VDD pin,
DVDD pin
SDV
0.2
V
VDD pin,
DVDD pin
PSINT
3000
µs
Notes:
* 4. Reference data only, not tested.
* 5. Power-on Reset circuit detects the rising edge of VDD, resets the internal circuit, and initializes the
registers. After Power-on reset, Stand-by Mode is selected.
* 6. The condition that POR surely works at the power-up the power-up again after power supply goes
down. Unless this condition is satisfied, the reset may not be correctly expected.
VDD/DVDD/PDN
PORT: 3000µs
Stand-by Mode
Stand-by Mode
SDV: 0.2V
0V
PSUP: 50ms
PSINT: 3000µs
Figure 9.1. Power Supply Conditions
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10. Electrical Characteristics
10.1. Analog Characteristics
(Unless otherwise specified, VDD= 1.71 ~ 3.63V, DVDD= 1.65V ~ VDD, Ta= -30 ~ 85ºC)
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Parameter
16
IR output resolution
IR offset code
IR output code
All output currents of four IR sensors
are Zero.
・Reference data only, not tested.
・Ttgt= 50ºC, Ta= 23ºC ±3ºC
・2’s complement
Relative sensitivity
Ta= 23ºC ±3ºC
variations of four IR sensors
Temperature output resolution
Temperature sensor range
Temperature sensor
accuracy (* 7)
Field of View
Averaged current
consumption
Digital filter cut-off
frequency
Max.
Unit
bit
-36
0
36
Code
2940H
2A1CH
2AF8H
Code
3.5
%
-3.5
10
・Linear to internal temperature
(excludes noise)
・2’s complement
-10
60
ºC
B980H
4380H
Code
-5.5
5.5
ºC
±66
deg(º)
SIDD
1
µA
IDD0
10
µA
IDD1
100
µA
IDD2
60
µA
IDD3
38
µA
IDD4
25
µA
9.7
Hz
Ta= 35ºC
The combined range observed by
Upper/Lower (Left/Right)
・Reference data only, not tested.
Power Down Mode
PDN= “L”
Stand-by Mode
PDN= “H”, EMODE [2:0] = “000”
Continuous Mode 0
PDN= “H”, EMODE [2:0] = “100”
Continuous Mode 1
PDN= “H”, EMODE [2:0] = “101”
Continuous Mode 2
PDN= “H”, EMODE [2:0] = “110”
Continuous Mode 3
PDN= “H”, EMODE [2:0] = “111”
Eight levels can be selected by
setting register.
n
Typ. Fc=8.8/2 (n=0 ~ 5)
bit
FOV
Fc
±48
0.2
±55
Note:
* 7. Temperature sensor’s output is as the following
Ta= 35ºC, (Temperature sensor’s output)= (VDD-1.71) × 1.45+33.5±4.0 [ºC]
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10.2. Digital Characteristics
10.2.1. EEPROM
(Unless otherwise specified, VDD= 1.71 ~ 3.63V, DVDD= 1.65V ~ VDD, Ta= -30 ~ 85ºC)
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Retention Time
@Ta= 85ºC
Ehold
10
Endurance
1000
Note:
* 8. VDD (EVDD) should be greater than 3.0V, when writing EEPROM.
Unit
years
times
10.2.2. DC Characteristics
(Unless otherwise specified, VDD= 1.71 ~ 3.63V, DVDD= 1.65V ~ VDD, Ta= -30 ~ 85ºC)
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
High Level Input Voltage 1
PDN pin
VIH1
80%DVDD
Low Level Input Voltage 1
PDN pin
VIL1
20%DVDD
SCL pin,
High Level Input Voltage 2
VIH2
70%DVDD
SDA pin
SCL pin,
Low Level Input Voltage 2
VIL2
-0.5
30%DVDD
SDA pin
CAD1 pin,
High Level Input Voltage 3
VIH3
80%VDD
CAD0 pin
CAD1 pin,
Low Level Input Voltage 3
VIL3
20%VDD
CAD0 pin
High Level Input
DVDD
DVDD pin
VIH4
80%VDD
Voltage 4
Monitor
Function
Low Level Input
DVDD pin
VIL4
0.2
Voltage 4
DVDD ≥ 2V
5%DVDD
Hysteresis Voltage
SCL pin,
VHS
(* 9)
SDA pin
DVDD < 2V
10%DVDD
Low Level Output
IOL= 3mA
SDA pin,
VOL1
0.4
Voltage 1
DVDD ≥ 2V
INT pin
Low Level Output
IOL= 3mA
SDA pin,
VOL2
20%DVDD
Voltage 2
DVDD < 2V
INT pin
Note:
* 9. Reference data only, not tested.
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V
V
V
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V
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10.2.3. AC Characteristics (1): Standard Mode (100 kHz)
(Unless otherwise specified, VDD= 1.71 ~ 3.63V, DVDD= 1.65V ~ VDD, Ta= -30 ~ 85ºC)
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
SCL frequency
fSCL
100
SDA bus idle time to the next
fBUF
4.7
command input
Start condition Hold time
tHD:STA
4.0
Clock Low period
tLOW
4.7
Clock High period
tHIGH
4.0
Start condition set-up time
tSU:STA
4.7
Data hold time
tHD:DAT
0
Data set-up time
tSU:DAT
250
Rise time
SDA pin,
tR
1.0
SDA, SCL (* 10)
SCL pin
Fall time
SDA pin,
tF
0.3
SDA, SCL (* 10)
SCL pin
Stop condition set-up time
tSU:STO
4.0
EEPROM write time
tWR
10
Note:
* 10. Reference data only, not tested.
10.2.4. AC Characteristics (2): Fast Mode (400 kHz)
(Unless otherwise specified, VDD= 1.71 ~ 3.63V, DVDD= 1.65V ~ VDD, Ta= -30 ~ 85ºC)
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
SCL frequency
fSCL
400
SDA bus idle time to the next
fBUF
1.3
command input
Start condition Hold time
tHD:STA
0.6
Clock Low period
tLOW
1.3
Clock High period
tHIGH
0.6
Start condition set-up time
tSU:STA
0.6
Data hold time
tHD:DAT
0
Data set-up time
tSU:DAT
100
Rise time
SDA pin,
tR
0.3
SDA, SCL (* 11)
SCL pin
Fall time
SDA pin,
tF
0.3
SDA, SCL (* 11)
SCL pin
Stop condition set-up time
tSU:STO
0.6
EEPROM write time
tWR
10
Note:
* 11. Reference data only, not tested.
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µs
µs
µs
µs
µs
µs
ns
µs
µs
µs
ms
Unit
kHz
µs
µs
µs
µs
µs
µs
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tHIGH
tF
tR
tLOW
SCL
tSU:STA
tHD:DAT
tHD:STA
tSU:DAT
tSU:STO
SDAIN
tDH
tBUF
SDA OUT
Figure 10.1. Bus Timing
SCL
SDA
8th bit
STOP
ACK
WORDn
START
tWR ≧ 10ms
Figure 10.2. EEPROM write time
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11. Functional Descriptions
11.1 Power Supply States
When VDD, DVDD and PDN turn on from the state of VDD= DVDD= OFF(0V), Power-on Reset(POR)
automatically operates, all registers will be initialized, and the AK9750 will be set to Stand-by Mode.
Although all states of the Following table can exist, the state 2 is prohibited.
State
1
2
3
4
5
VDD pin
OFF(0V)
OFF(0V)
1.71 ~ 3.63V
1.71 ~ 3.63V
1.71 ~ 3.63V
6
1.71 ~ 3.63V
Table 11.1. Power Supply States and Functions
DVDD pin
PDN pin
I2C
INI pin
Analog Circuit
OFF(0V)
“L”
Disable
Unfixed
Power Down
1.65 ~ 3.63V
“H” or “L”
Disable
Unfixed
Power Down
OFF(0V)
“L”
Disable
Unfixed
Power Down
OFF(0V)
“H”
Disable
Unfixed
Power Down
1.65V ~ VDD
“L”
Disable
“H”
Power Down
POR circuit
1.65V ~ VDD
“H”
Enable
“H”
only operates
IDD
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
< 1µA
< 10µA
11.2 Reset functions
When VDD turns ON, set up DVDD lower than VDD(DVDD ≤ VDD).
Power-on Reset (POR) operates unit VDD reaches the operating voltage (1.4V Typ.). After POR, all
registers are set to initial values, and Stand-by Mode is selected.
AK9750 has five reset functions.
(1) Power-on Reset(POR)
Power-on Reset circuit resets AK9750 by detecting VDD and DVDD rising.
When VDD and DVDD turns ON with PDN pin= “L”, POR does not operate, because POR circuit is
also in PD state.
(2) Hardware Reset
AK9750 is reset by PDN pin= “L”
(3) Software Reset
AK9750 is reset by setting SRST bit.
(4) DVDD Monitor Reset
When DVDD turns OFF (DVDD ≤ 0.2V), AK9750 is reset.
(5) Power Supply Reset
AK9750 is reset by VDD= 0V.
When AK9750 is reset, all registers are set to initial values.
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11.3 Operating Mode
11.3.1. Normal Mode/Switch Mode
AK9750 has two Modes, Normal Mode and Switch Mode.
Normal Mode is the mode which controls AK9750 by using I2C interface. The digital output the four IR
sensors and the internal temperature sensor can be used through the I2C interface in Normal Mode.
INT output also can be used.
Switch Mode is the mode which uses only INT output without using I2C interface. When the differential
output of two sensors (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) exceeds the upper / lower thresholds which are set to
EEPROM, INT output turns “active”. When the differential output of two sensors (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) is
in the range which is set to EEPROM, INT output is “non-active”. The hysteresis for the thresholds can
be set to EEPROM for avoiding the chattering of INT output. When Switch Mode is used, the threshold
and the hysteresis should be set to EEPROM beforehand. When the accuracy of HumanSensing is not
cared, Switch Mode can be used.
Normal Mode / Switch Mode selection is controlled by the CAD1 pin and CAD2 pin.
When CAD1 pin and CAD0 pin are set as CAD1 pin= CAD0 pin= “H”, the digital output can be used
through the I2C interface.
When CAD1 pin and CAD0 pin are set as CAD1 pin= CAD0 pin= “H”, Switch Mode is selected. When
Switch Mode is selected, SCL pin and SDA pin should be tied to “H”. (Do not access the AK9750 through
the I2C interface in Switch Mode.)
CAD1
0
0
1
1
Table 11.2. CAD0 / CAD1 pin Setting and Slave Address
CAD0
I2C output
Slave address
0
Enable
64H
1
Enable
65H
0
Enable
66H
1
Disable
(67H)
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Normal Mode
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11.3.2. Normal Mode
There are the eight Modes in Normal Mode.
<Normal Mode (CAD0 pin= “L” or CAD1 pin= “L”)>
(1) Power down Mode
(2) Stand-by Mode
(3) Single shot Mode
(4) Continuous Mode 0
(5) Continuous Mode 1
(6) Continuous Mode 2
(7) Continuous Mode 3
(8) EEPROM access Mode
Power down Mode:
The all circuits are powered down for saving the current consumption.
PDN= “H”
EMODE [2:0]= “010”
EMODE [2:0]= “000”
Automatic shift
PDN= “L”
Single shot Mode:
The measurement is done, and Saving the data on the
register. Stand-by Mode is automatically selected after
reading data.
EMODE [2:0]= “100”
Continuous Mode0:
EMODE [2:0]=“000”
Measurement is automatically repeated.
Continuous Mode 1:
EMODE [2:0]= “101”
EMODE [2:0]= “000”
Measurement is automatically repeated in intermittent manner
(Measurement time: Wait time= 1:1). The data updating period
is eight times longer than Continuous Mode 0.
EMODE [2:0]= “110”
Continuous Mode 2:
Stand-by
Mode
EMODE [2:0]= “000”
Measurement is automatically repeated in intermittent manner
(Measurement time: Wait time= 1:3). The data updating period
is twice longer than Continuous Mode 1.
EMODE [2:0]= “111”
Continuous Mode 3:
EMODE [2:0]= “000”
EEPMODE= “1” and
EMODE [2:0]= “001”
EMODE [2:0]= “000”
Measurement is automatically repeated in intermittent manner
(Measurement time: Wait time= 1:7). The data updating period
is twice times longer than Continuous Mode 2.
EEPROM Access Mode:
EEPROM rea/write circuit is on . EEPROM can be accessed
only in this Mode.
Figure 11.1. Various Modes in normal Mode.
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On initial power-on with PDN pin= “H”, AK9750 is in Stand-by Mode. Based on EMODE [2:0] setup, the
AK9750 shifts to the selected Mode, and starts operating. Any Mode changing should be done via
Stand-by Mode.
11.3.3. Switch Mode
There are two Modes in Switch Mode.
<Switch Mode (CAD0 pin= CAD1 pin= “H”)>
(1) Power down Mode
(2) Measurement Mode
Power down Mode:
The all Circuits are powered down for decreasing the current consumption.
PDN= “H”
PDN= “L”
Measurement Mode:
Measurement is automatically repeated. The measurement is done in the conditions which are set to
the EEPROM beforehand.
The measurement conditions should be set to the EEPROM in the customer’s mass production line.
Figure 11.2. Various Modes in Switch Mode
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11.4 Descriptions for each Operating Mode
11.4.1. Power down Mode (PDN pin= “L”)
All circuits are powered off with PDN pin= “L”. The all functions of AK9750 do not work in this Mode.
11.4.2. Stand-by Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “000”)
All circuits are powered off except for POR circuit. All registers can be accessed in this Mode.
Read / Write register data are retained, and reset by software reset.
However, EEPROM data cannot be read / written in this Mode. Reading/Writing EEPROM data must be
done in EEPROM access Mode.
The data registers (ST1 to ST2) should not be accessed in Stand-by Mode. It causes the malfunction of
AK9750.
11.4.3. EEPROM Access Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “001” and EEPMODE= “1”)
When EMODE [2:0] bits are changed from Stand-by Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “000”) to EMODE [2:0] =
“100” and EEPROM bit is set as “1”, EEPROM Access Mode is selected. Reading / Writing EEPROM
data should be done in EEPROM Access Mode. When EKEY [7:0] bit is set as “A5H” in EEPROM
Access Mode, the data can be written to EEPROM.
Data measurement is not done in EEPROM Access Mode.
11.4.4. Single Shot Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “010”)
When AK9750 is set to Single shot Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “010”), measurement is done once, and the
Measurement data is stored to the measurement data registers (IR1L to TMPH). Then the analog circuits
except for POR circuit are automatically powered off. When the registers from ST1 to ST2 are read, the
AK9750 automatically shifts to Stand-by Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “000”).
Change the register
Read the data
Change the register
EMODE[2:0]
001
000
Analog Circuit
Power down
Digital calculation
010
Power on
Power down
4.5ms
Wait
000
010
Power on
Power down
4.5ms
Measurement
Ready
010
000
Wait
Measurement
(Depended on EFC[2:0])
Wait
Ready
Figure 11.3. Single shot Mode
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11.4.5. Continuous Mode 0 (EMODE [2:0] = “100”)
When Continuous Mode 0 (EMODE [2:0] = “100”) is selected the measurement is automatically repeated
at the cycle which is determined by the digital filter cut-off frequency (EFC [2:0]).
When a measurement have been done, the measurement data is stored to the measurement register
(IR1L to TMPH), and new measurement is started.
This Mode is terminated by setting the AK9750 to Stand-by Mode (EODE [2:0] = “000”).
When EMODE [2:0] is re-written during a measurement, the measurement is interrupted. Then the last
data is retained to the register.
When Continuous Mode 0 is selected, a register write command should be executed. If register write
command should be executed during a measurement, a right measurement data cannot be gotten.
Change the register
Change the register
EMODE[2:0]
000
100
Analog circuit
Power down
000
Power on
Power down
4.5ms
Digital calculation
Wait
Measurement
Measurement
Ready
Measurement
Measurement
Wait
Measurement
When a command enters
measurement is interrupted.
(Depended on EFC [2:0])
Last data is retained to the register.
Figure 11.4. Continuous Mode 0
11.4.6. Continuous Mode 1,2,3 (EMODE [2:0] = “101”, “110”, “111”)
When Continuous Mode 1, 2, and 3 (EMODE [2:0] = “101”, “110”, “111”) are selected, a measurement
and a wait are automatically repeated at the cycle according to the selected measurement Mode
(EMODE [2:0]) and the digital filter cut-off frequency (EFC [2:0]).
A wait time length depends on the measurement Mode. When a measurement has been done, the
measurement data is stored to the measurement register (IR1L to TMPH).
This Mode is terminated by setting the AK9750 to Stand-by Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “000”).
When EMODE [2:0] is re-written during a measurement, the measurement is interrupted. Then the last
data is retained to the register.
When Continuous Mode 1, 2, and 3 is selected, a register write command should be executed. If a
register write command should be executed during a measurement, a right measurement data cannot be
gotten.
Change the register
Change the register
EMODE [2:0]
000
000
101 or 110 or 111
Analog circuit
Power down
Power on
Power down
Power on
Power down
4.5ms
4.5ms
Power on
Power down
4.5ms
Digital Calculation
Measurement
Wait
Measurement
Wait
Wait
Measurement
Wait
Measurement is interrupted.
Register retains the last data.
Ready
Ready
Ready
Figure 11.5. Continuous Mode 1, 2, and 3
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11.5
Read Measurement Data
When a measurement data is stored to the measurement register, DRDY bit of ST1 register changes to
“1”. This state is called “Data Ready”. It can be set up so that INT output “H”, when the DRDY bit is “1”,
by setting up the interruption register.
The read-out procedure is detailed here. (Single shot Mode is used as an example.)
The same procedure can also be applied the Continuous Mode 0 (1, 2, and 3).
11.5.1. Normal Read-out Procedure
(1) Read-out ST1 registers
DRDY: DRDY shows whether the state is “Data Ready” or not.
DRDY = “0” means “No Data Ready”.
DRDY = “1” means “Data Ready”.
It is recommended that measurement data is read-out with DRDY = “1”.
DOR: DOR shows whether there are any data which was not read out before initiating the current
read.
DOR= “0” means that there are no data which was not read out before initiating the current read.
DOR= “1” means that there are data which was not read out before initiating the current read.
(2) Reading measurement data
Once a data read is initiated from one of the measurement data registers (IR1L to TMP) or the ST2
register, the AK9750 recognizes that a data read-out has begun. When a data read-out is initiated,
DRDY and DOR change to “0”.
(3) Reading ST2 Resisters (Required Operation)
The AK9750 recognizes that a data read-out has finished out the ST2 registers. Because the
measurement data registers are protected while reading out, data is not updated. Data protection of
the measurement data registers is canceled by reading out the ST2 register. The ST2 register must
be read out after accessing the measurement data register.
(N-1)
PD
(N)
Measurement
Internal Buffer
data(N-1)
(N+1)
Measurement
PD
data(N)
Measurement data register
data(N-1)
PD
data(N+1)
data(N)
data(N+1)
DRDY
Read-out data
ST1
data(N)
ST2
ST1
data(N+1)
ST2
Figure 11.6. Normal Read-out Procedure
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11.5.2. Read-out Data within a measurement Period
The measurement data register is retained within a measurement period, so the data can be read out
within the measurement period. When data is read out within the measurement period, the previous data
retained is read out.
(N-1)
PD
(N)
Measurement
(N+1)
Measurement
PD
Internal Buffer
data(N-1)
data(N)
Measurement data register
data(N-1)
PD
data(N+1)
data(N)
data(N)
DRDY
Read-out data
ST1
data(N)
ST2
ST1
data(N)
ST2
Figure 11.7. Read-out data within a measurement period
11.5.3. Skipping Data
When measurement data is not read out between the end points of (N+1)th and Nth measurement,
DRDY is held until the measurement data is read out. In this case, because the Nth data was skipped,
the DOR bit is “1”.
(N-1)
PD
(N)
Measurement
Internal Buffer
data(N-1)
PD
(N+1)
Measurement
data(N)
PD
data(N+1)
Measurement data
data(N-1)
data(N+1)
DRDY
DOR
ST1 data(N+1)
Read-out data
ST2
Figure 11.8. Skipping Data
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When a data read begins after the end of the Nth measurement, and when data read cannot be
completed until the end of the (N+1)th measurement, the measurement data registers are protected to
read data normally. In this case, because the(N+1)th data has been skipped, the DOR bit transitions to
“1”.
(N-1)
PD
(N)
(N+1)
PD
Measurement
Internal Buffer
data(N-1)
(N+2)
PD
Measurement
data(N)
Measurement
data(N+1)
Measurement data register
data(N-1)
data(N+2)
data(N)
Data register is protected
during read-out.
DRDY does not go to “1”
because data is not updated.
DRDY
Data (N+1) is skipped.
DOR
Read-out data
ST1
data(N)
ST2
ST1
Figure 11.9. The data read cannot be completed until the beginning of the next measurement.
In both of these cases, the DOR bit changes to “0” from “1”, at the start of reading data if DRDY is “1”.
11.5.4. End Operation
Select Stand-by Mode (EMODE [2:0] = “000”) to complete the Continuous Mode 0 (1, 2, and 3).
11.5.5. Example of Read-out Procedure
Example of read-out procedure of AK9750 data is shown in the following.
The below settings are assumed.
・Continuous Mode 0
--> Measurement is automatically repeated.
・Digital Filter Cutoff Frequency Fc=0.6Hz
・Data ready interrupt setting is enable.
--> INT output turns to “Active” at the timing of data ready.
After that, HOST MCU should read out the data.
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Power On
Wait Time 3.0 msec
Register Write
(1) Soft Reset
Address : 1DH
Data
: 01H
(2) Mode and Fc setting
Address : 1CH
Data
: 0CH
(3) Interrupt Source setting
Address : 1BH
Data
: 01H
INT output turns to “Active”
Register Read
(4) INT Status
Address : 04H
(5) Status1
Address : 05H
(6) A/D Converted data of IR1
Address : 06H, 07H
(7) A/D Converted data of IR2
Address : 08H, 09H
(8) A/D Converted data of IR3
Address : 0AH, 0BH
(9) A/D Converted data of IR4
Address : 0CH, 0DH
(10) A/D Converted data of
Integrated Temperature Sensor
Address : 0EH, 0FH
(11) Status2
Address : 10H
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12. Serial Interface
The I C bus interface of the AK9750 supports Standard Mode (Max. 100kHz) and High Speed Mode
(Max. 400kHz).
2
12.1. Data Transfer
Initially the start condition should be input to access the AK9750 through the bus. Next, send a one byte
slave address, which includes the device address. The AK9750 compares the a¥slave address, and if
these addresses match, the AK9750 generates an acknowledge signal and executes a Read / Write
command. The stop condition should be input after executing a command.
12.1.1. Changing state of the SDA line
The SDA line state should be changed only while the SCL line is “L”. The SDA line state must be
maintained while the SCL line is “H”. The SDA line state can be changed while the SCL line is “H”, only
when a Start Condition or a Stop Condition is input.
SCL
SDA
Constant
Changing Stare
Enable
Figure 12.1.Changing state of SDA line
12.1.2. Start / Stop Conditions
A Start Condition is generated when the SDA line state is changed from “H” to “L” while the SCL line is
“H”. All command start from a Start condition.
A Stop condition is generated when the SDA line state is changed from “L” to “H” while the SCL line is
“H”. All command end after a Stop condition.
SCL
SDA
Start Condition
Stop Condition
Figure 12.2. Start / Stop Conditions
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12.1.3. Acknowledge
The device transmitting data will release the SDA line after transmitting one byte of data (SDA line state
is “H”). The device receiving data will pull the SDA line to “L” during the next clock. This operation is
called “Acknowledge”. The Acknowledge signal can be used to indicate successful data transfers.
The AK9750 will output an acknowledge signal after receiving a Start condition and Slave address.
The AK9750 will output an acknowledge signal after receiving each byte, when the WRITE instruction is
transmitted.
The AK9750 will transmit the data stored in the selected address after outputting an acknowledge signal,
when a READ instruction is transmitted. Then the AK9750 will monitor the SDA line after releasing the
SDA line. If the master device generates an Acknowledge instead of Stop condition, the AK9750
transmits an 8-bit data stored in the next address. When the Acknowledge is not generated, transmitting
data is terminated.
Clocl pulse for
Acknowledge
SCL of Master
Device.
1
8
9
Data Output of
Transmitter
Non-Acknowledge
Data Output
of Receiver
Start Condition
Acknowledge
Figure 12.3. Acknowledge
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12.1.4. Slave Address
The Slave address of the AK9750 can be selected from the following list by setting the CAD0/1 pins.
When the CAD0/1 pins are connected to VSS, the Slave address bit is = “0”. When the CAD0/1 pins are
connected to VDD, the Slave address bit is “1”. Do not set up “CAD1 pin = CAD0 pin = 1” while the I2C
interface is used, because the “CAD1 pin = CAD0 pin = 1” state is only for Switch Mode.
Table 12.1. CAD0/1 pin setting and Slave Address
CAD1 pin CAD0 pin
Slave Address
0
0
64H
0
1
65H
1
0
66H
1
1
Switch Mode
When the first one byte data including the Slave address is transmitted after a Start condition, the
device, which is specified as the communicator by the Slave address on bus, selected.
After transmitting the Slave address, the device that has the corresponding device address will execute
a command after transmitting an Acknowledge signal. The 8-bit (Least Significant bit-LSB) of the first
one byte is the R/W bit.
When the R/W bit is set to “1”, a READ command is executed. When the R/W bit is set to “0”, a WRITE
command is executed.
MSB
1
LSB
1
0
0
1
CAD1
CAD0
R/W
Figure 12.4. Slave Address
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12.1.5. WRITE Command
When the R/w bit set to “0”, the AK9750 executes a WRITE Operation. The AK9750 will out an
Acknowledge signal and receive the second byte, after receiving a Start condition and first one byte
(Slave address) in a WRITE Operation. The second byte has an MSB-first configuration, and specifies
the address of the internal control register.
MSB
A7
LSB
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0
Figure 12.5. Register Address
The AK9750 will generate an Acknowledge and receive the third byte after receiving the second byte
(Register Address).
The data after the third byte is the control data. The control data consists of 8-bit and has an MSB-first
configuration. The AL9750 generates an Acknowledge for each byte received. The data transfer is
terminated by a Stop condition, generated by the master device.
MSB
D7
LSB
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
Figure 12.6. Control data
Two or more bytes can be written at once. The AK9750 generates an Acknowledge and receives the
next data after receiving the third byte (Control Data). When the following data is transmitted without a
Stop condition, after transmitting one byte, the internal address counter is automatically incremented,
and data is written in the next address.
DATA(n+1)
P
ACK
DATA(n+x)
ACK
DATA(n)
ACK
ACK
Register
Address(n)
ACK
SDA S Slave
Address
Stop
R/W= 0
ACK
Start
The automatic increment function works in the address from 11H to 1CH.Wthen the start address is
“11H”, the address is repeatedly incremented as. “11H -> 12H ->…..-> 1CH -> 11H -> 12H…”
Figure 12.7. WRITE Operation
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12.1.6. READ Command
When the R/W bit is set to “1”, the AK9750 executes a READ Operation. When the AK9750 transmits
data from the specified address, the master device generates an Acknowledge instead of a Stop
condition and the next address data can be read out.
The AK9750 supports both current address read and random address read. The automatic increment
function works in the address of 05H to 10H.
When the address 10H is read out, the next address returns to 05H.
(1) Current Address Read
The AK9750 has an integrated address counter. The data specified by the counter is read out in the
current address read operation. The internal address counter retains the next address which is accessed
at last. For example, when the address which was accessed last is “n”, the data of address “n+1” is read
out by the current address read instruction.
The AK9750 will generate an Acknowledge after receiving a Slave address for a Read command (R/W
bit = “1”) in the current address read operation. Then the AK9750 will start to transmit the data specified
by the internal address counter at the next clock, and will increment the internal address counter by one.
When the AK9750 generates a Stop condition instead of an Acknowledge after transmitting the one byte
data, a Read out operation is terminated.
Stop
DATA(n+2)
P
ACK
DATA(n+x)
ACK
DATA(n+1)
ACK
DATA(n)
ACK
S Slave
Address
ACK
SDA
ACK
Start
R/W= “1”
Figure 12.8. Current Address Read
(2) Random Read
Data from an arbitrary address can be read out by a random read operation. A random read requires the
input of a dummy WRITE instruction before the input of a slave address of a RED instruction (R/W bit =
“1”). To execute a random read, first generate a start condition, then input the slave address for a WRITE
instruction (R/W bit = “0”) and a read address, sequentially.
After the AK9750 generates an Acknowledge in response to this address input, generate a start
condition and the slave address for a READ instruction (R/W)R/W bit = “1”) again. The AK9750
generates an Acknowledge in response to the input of this slave address. Next, the AK9750 output the
data at the specified address, then increments the internal address counter by one.
When a Stop condition from the master device is generated in generated instead of an Acknowledge
after the AK9750 outputs data, Read operation stops.
Stop
DATA(n+x)
DATA(n+1)
DATA(n)
P
ACK
Slave
Address
ACK
S
ACK
ACK
Register
Address(n)
ACK
SDA S Slave
Address
R/W= “1”
ACK
Start
Start
R/W= “0”
Figure 12.9. Random Read
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12.1.7. EEPROM Write Timing
Writing data to EEPROM should be done at shown timing as the following.
SCL
8th bit
ACK
STOP
WORD n
tWR ≥ 10ms
Stop
DATA
P
tWR ≥
10ms
Stop
P
ACK
Data
S
ACK
ACK
ACK
ACK
ACK
ACK
ACK
Start
R/W= “0”
EEPROM
Address
EKEY
Register
Address
Slave
P S Address
DATA
ACK
Start
EMODE
Register
Address
Slave
S Address
R/W= “0”
Stop
Start
R/W= “0”
Slave
SDA S Address
START
Start
SDA
Figure 12.10. EEPROM Write Timing
Writing data to EEPROM should be done as the sequence that is shown in Figure 12.10.
Writing data to EEPROM can be done after setting EMODE [2:0] = “001”, EEPMODE = “1” and
EKEY [7:0] = “A5H”.
Writing data to EEPROM is started at the Stop Condition after inputting the data, and terminated at the
Start Condition. EEPROM write time (tWR) should be longer than 10ms.
Two or more bytes cannot be written at once in writing data to EEPROM should be done after setting
EKEY [7:0] = “A5H” again.
On the other hand, reading data from EEPROM is able to be continuously done.
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13. Memory Map
Table 13.1. Register Map
Name
Address
Soft Reset
R/W
WIA1
WIA2
INFO1
INFO2
INTST
ST1
IR1L
IR1H
IR2L
IR2H
IR3L
IR3H
IR4L
IR4H
TMPL
TMPH
ST2
ETH13H
ETH13H
ETH13L
ETH13L
ETH24H
ETH24H
ETH24L
ETH24L
EHYS13
EHYS24
EINTEN
00H
01H
02H
03H
04h
05H
06H
07H
08H
09H
0AH
0BH
0CH
0DH
0EH
0FH
10H
11H
12H
13H
14H
15H
16H
17H
18H
19H
1AH
1BH
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Disable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
Enable
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
ECNTL1
1CH
Enable
R/W
Data
Content
Company Code
Device ID
Information
Information
Interrupt Status
Status 1
IR1 A/D Converted data (Low)
IR1 A/D Converted data (High)
IR2 A/D Converted data (Low)
IR2 A/D Converted data (High)
IR3 A/D Converted data (Low)
IR3 A/D Converted data (High)
IR4 A/D Converted data (Low)
IR4 A/D Converted data (High)
Integrated Temperature Sensor Output (Low)
Integrated Temperature Sensor Output (High)
Status 2 (dummy)
IR1 – IR3 Upper Threshold level (Low)
IR1 – IR3 Upper Threshold level (High)
IR1 – IR3 Lower Threshold level (low)
IR1 – IR3 Lower Threshold level (High)
IR2 – IR4 Upper Threshold level (Low)
IR2 – IR4 Upper Threshold level (High)
IR2 – IR4 Lower Threshold level (Low)
IR2 – IR4 Lower Threshold Level (High)
IR1 – IR3 Hysteresis of Threshold
IR2 – IR4 Hysteresis of Threshold
Interrupt Source Setting
Mode Setting
Fc Setting
Soft Reset
bit
8
8
8
8
3
2
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
7
CNTL2
1DH
Enable
R/W
3
Note:
* 12. When Switch Mode (CAD1 = CAD0 = “H”) is selected, “ETH13H to ECNTL1” of registers data
(Address 11H to 1CH) copies “ETH13H to ECNTL1” of EEPROM data (Address 51H to 5CH).
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Table 13.2. EEPROM Map
Name
Address
R/W
EKEY
ETH13H
ETH13H
ETH13L
ETH13L
ETH24H
ETH24H
ETH24L
ETH24L
EHYS13
EHYS24
EINTEN
50H
51H
52H
53H
54H
55H
56H
57H
58H
59H
5AH
5BH
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
ECNTL1
5CH
R/W
Data
Content
EEPROM Access key (* 13)
IR1 – IR3 Upper Threshold level (Low)
IR1 – IR3 Upper Threshold level (High)
IR1 – IR3 Lower Threshold level (Low)
IR1 – IR3 Lower Threshold level (High)
IR2 – IR4 Upper Threshold level (Low)
IR2 – IR4 Upper Threshold level (High)
IR2 – IR4 Lower Threshold level (Low)
IR2 – IR4 Lower Threshold level (High)
IR1 – IR3 Hysteresis of Threshold
IR2 – IR4 Hysteresis of Threshold
Interrupt Factor Setting
Mode Setting
Fc Setting
bit
8
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
7
Note:
* 13. EKEY is registers. When EEPROM Access Mode (EMODE [2:0] bits = “001” and EEPMODE bit =
“1”) is selected, EEPROM can be written by setting EKEY [7:0] bits = “A5H”.
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14. Registers Functional Descriptions
Table 14.1. Register Detail Map
D5
D4
D3
Address
Name
D7
D6
D2
D1
D0
00H
WIA1
0
1
0
0
01H
WIA2
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
02H
INFO1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
03H
INFO2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
04H
INTST
1
1
1
IR13H
IR13L
IR24H
IR24L
DR
05H
ST1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DOR
DRDY
06H
IR1L
IR1_7
IR1_6
IR1_5
IR1_4
IR1_3
IR1_2
IR1_1
IR1_0
07H
IR1H
IR1_15
IR1_14
IR1_13
IR1_12
IR1_11
IR1_10
IR1_9
IR1_8
08H
IR2L
IR2_7
IR2_6
IR2_5
IR2_4
IR2_3
IR2_2
IR2_1
IR2_0
09H
IR2H
IR2_15
IR2_14
IR2_13
IR2_12
IR2_11
IR2_10
IR2_9
IR2_8
0AH
IR3L
IR3_7
IR3_6
IR3_5
IR3_4
IR3_3
IR3_2
IR3_1
IR3_0
0BH
IR3H
IR3_15
IR3_14
IR3_13
IR3_12
IR3_11
IR3_10
IR3_9
IR3_8
0CH
IR4L
IR4_7
IR4_6
IR4_5
IR3_4
IR4_3
IR4_2
IR4_1
IR4_0
0DH
IR4H
IR4_15
IR4_14
IR4_13
IR4_12
IR4_11
IR4_10
IR4_9
IR4_8
0EH
TMPL
TMP_7
TMP_6
TMP_5
TMP_4
TMP_3
TMP_2
TMP_1
TMP_0
0FH
TMPH
TMP_15
TMP_14
TMP_13
TMP_12
TMP_11
TMP_10
TMP_9
TMP_8
1
10H
ST2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
11H
ETH13H
ETH13H_4
ETH13H_3
ETH13H_2
ETH13H_1
ETH13H_0
0
0
0
12H
ETH13H
0
ETH13H_11
ETH13H_10
ETH13H_9
ETH13H_8
ETH13H_7
ETH13H_6
ETH13H_5
13H
ETH13L
ETH13L_4
ETH13L_3
ETH13L_2
ETH13L_1
ETH13L_0
0
0
0
14H
ETH13L
0
ETH13L_11
ETH13L_10
ETH13L_9
ETH13L_8
ETH13L_7
ETH13L_6
ETH13L_5
15H
ETH24H
ETH24H_4
ETH24H_3
ETH24H_2
ETH24H_1
ETH24H_0
0
0
0
16H
ETH24H
0
ETH24H_11
ETH24H_10
ETH24H_9
ETH24H_8
ETH24H_7
ETH24H_6
ETH24H_5
17H
ETH24L
ETH24L_4
ETH24L_3
ETH24L_2
ETH24L_1
ETH24L_0
0
0
0
18H
ETH24L
0
ETH24L_11
ETH24L_10
ETH24L_9
ETH24L_8
ETH24L_7
ETH24L_6
ETH24L_5
19H
EHYS13
1
1
1
EHYS13_4
EHYS13_3
EHYS13_2
EHYS13_1
EHYS13_0
1AH
EHYS24
1
1
1
EHYS24_4
EHYS24_3
EHYS24_2
EHYS24_1
EHYS24_0
1BH
EINTEN
1
1
0
IR13HI
IR13LI
IR24HI
IR24LI
DRI
1CH
ECNTL1
1
EEPMODE
EFC_2
EFC_1
EFC_0
EMODE_2
EMODE_1
EMODE_0
1DH
CNTL2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SRST
[Functional Descriptions]
1). WIA1: Company Code (Read Only Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
00H
WIA1
0
1
0
D4
0
D3
1
D2
0
D1
0
D0
0
D4
1
D3
0
D2
0
D1
1
D0
1
1 Byte fixed code as Company code of AKM.
2). WIA2: Device ID (Read Only Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
01H
WIA2
0
0
0
1 Byte fixed code as AKM device ID.
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3). INFO1: Information (Read Only Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
02H
INFO1
0
0
0
D4
0
D3
0
D2
0
D1
0
D0
1
D4
0
D3
0
D2
0
D1
0
D0
0
D4
IR13H
0
D3
IR13L
0
D2
IR24H
0
D1
IR24L
0
D0
DR
0
INFO1 [7:0]: Information for AKM use only.
4). INFO2: Information (Read Only Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
03H
INFO2
0
0
0
INFO2 [7:0]: Reserve
5). INTST: Interrupt Status (Read Only Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
04H
INTST
Reset
1
1
1
When the correspondent bit in the Interrupt Source Register (EINTEN) is enabled, the interrupt to the
host MCU is available. When the interruption happens, the interrupt source is confirmed by reading the
interrupt status register. When INST register is read out, INT pin turns to “non-active”.
This register is rest, when the differential signal of two IR sensors (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) are below “the
upper threshold levels - hysteresis” or the differential signal of two IR sensors (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 – IR4) are
above “the lower threshold levels + hysteresis” or the software reset is done or Write accessing to
ECNTL1 register is done.
DR: Data Ready
“0”: Normal state
“1”: Data Ready
DR bit goes “1”, when the data is ready with DRI bit = “1”
IR13H / IR24H: The differential signals of two IR sensors (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) are equal to or above the
upper threshold levels.
“0”: The differential signals (IR1 – IR3/IR2 – IR4) are below the upper threshold levels.
“1”: The differential signals (IR1 – IR3/IR2 – IR4) are below the upper threshold levels.
When IR13H / IR24HI bit is set to “1” in the interrupt source registers(EINTEN), IR13H / IR24H bit turns
to “1”, when the differential signals (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) are equal to or above the upper threshold levels
which are set in ETH13 / ETH24H registers. Otherwise it stays at “0”.
IR13L / IR24L: The differential signals of two IR sensors (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) are equal to or below the
lower threshold levels.
“0”: The differential signals (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) are above the lower threshold levels.
“1”: The differential signals (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) are equal to or below the lower threshold levels.
When IR13LI / IR24LI bit set to “1” in the interrupt source registers (EINTEN), IR13L / IR24L bit turns to
“1”, when the differential signals (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) are equal to or below the lower threshold levels
which are set in ETH13L / ETH24L registers. Otherwise it stays at “0”.
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6). ST1: Status 1 (Read Only Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
05H
ST1
Reset
1
1
D5
D4
D3
D2
1
1
1
1
D1
DOR
0
D0
DRDY
0
DRDY: Data Ready
“0”: Normal State
“1”: Data Ready
The DRDY bit turns to “1”, when the data is ready to be read. This bit turns back to “0”, when either the
ST2 register or one of the measured data (IRS1L to TMPH) is read.
DOR: Data Overrun
“0”: Normal State
“1”: Data Overrun
The DOR bit turns to “1”, when the data reading is skipped. This bit turns back to “0”, when either the
ST2 register or one of the measured data (IRS1L to TMPH) is read.
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7). IRxL, IRxH: Measurement Data of IR sensor (x= 1, 2, 3, 4) (Read Only Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
IRxL_7
IRxL_6
IRxL_5
IRxL_4
IRxL_3
IRxL_2
IRxL_1
06,08,0A,0C H
IRxL
07,09,0B,0D H
IRxH IRxH_15 IRxH_14 IRxH_13 IRxH_12 IRxH_11 IRxH_10 IRxH_9
Reset
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
D0
IRxL_0
IRxH_8
0
Measurement Data of IR sensor
IRxL [7:0]: Least significant 8-bits in output data
IRxH [15:8]: Most significant 8-bits in output data
16-bit data is stored in tow’s compliment format.
Table 14.2. Measurement Data of IR sensor
Measurement Data IR Sensor [15:0]
Output Current of IR Sensor
Two’s Complement
Hex
Decimal
0111 1111 1111 1111
7FFF
32767
14286.4
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
0101 1001 1001 1000
5998
22936
10000.1
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
0100 0000 1000 0010
4082
16514
7000.1
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
0000 1000 1111 0110
08F6
2294
1000.2
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
0000 0000 0010 0000
0020
32
14.0
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
0
0
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
1111 1111 1110 0000
FFE0
-31
13.5
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
1111 0111 0000 1001
F709
-2294
-1000.2
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
1011 1111 0111 1101
BF7D
-16514
-7200.1
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
1010 0110 0110 0111
9667
-22936
-10000.1
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
1000 0000 0000 0000
8000
-32768
-14286.8
Unit
pA
Note:
* 14. When the digital filter cutoff frequency is set to Fc= 1.1Hz, the output current under 15.8pA cannot
be measured by the noise.
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8). TMPL, TMPH: Measurement Data of the Integrated temperature Sensor (Read / Write Registers)
Address Name
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
TMPL_7
TMPL_6
TMPL_5
TMPL_4
TMPL_3
TMPL_2
TMPL_1
TMPL_0
0EH
TMPL
TMPH_8
0FH
TMPH TMPH_15 TMPH_14 TMPH_13 TMPH_12 TMPH_11 TMPH_10 TMPH_9
Reset
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Note:
* 15. TMPL_0 bit to TMPL_5 bit are fixed to “0”.
Measurement Data of the Integrated Temperature Sensor
TMPL [7:0]: Least significant 8-bits in output data
TMPH [15:8]: Most significant 8-bits in output data
16-bit data is stored in tow’s compliment format.
Table 14.3. Measurement Data of the Integrated Temperature Sensor
Measurement Data of the Integrated Temperature Sensor [15:0]
Temperature
Two’s Complement
Hex
Decimal
0100 0011 1000 0000
4380
17792
60
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
0000 0001 0000 0000
0100
256
26.75+0.5
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
0000 0000 0100 0000
0040
64
26.75+0.125
0000 0000 0000 0000
0000
0
26.75
1111 1111 1100 0000
FFC0
-64
26.75-0.125
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
1111 1111 0000 0000
FF00
-256
26.75-0.5
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
1011 1001 1000 0000
B980
-18048
-10
Unit
ºC
The Resolution of the Integrated Temperature Sensor
Table 14.4. The Resolution of the Integrated Temperature Sensor
EFC[2:0] Setting
EFC= All Setting
Resolution
10-bit (0.125ºC)
9). ST2: Status 2 (Read Only Registers)
Address Name
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
10H
ST2
Reset
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Note:
* 16. ST2 register is the dummy data register for the measured data reading routine.ST2 register MUST
be read after reading out the measured data.
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10). ETH13H, ETH24H, ETH12L, ETH24L: Threshold level setting for the differential outputs
(IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) (Read / Write Registers)
Address
11H
12H
13H
14H
15H
16H
17H
18H
Name
ETH13H
ETH13H
ETH13L
ETH13L
ETH24H
ETH24H
ETH24L
ETH24L
Reset
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
TEH13H_4
0
ETH13L_4
0
ETH24H_4
0
ETH24L_4
0
0
TEH13H_3
ETH13H_11
ETH13L_3
ETH13L_11
ETH24H_3
ETH24H_11
ETH24L_3
ETH24L_11
0
ETH13H_2
ETH13H_10
ETH13L_2
ETH13L_10
ETH24H_2
ETH24H_10
ETH24L_2
ETH24L_10
0
ETH13H_1
ETH13H_9
ETH13L_1
ETH13L_9
ETH24H_1
ETH24_9
ETH24L_1
ETH24L_9
0
ETH13H_0
ETH13H_8
ETH13L_0
ETH13L_8
ETH24H_0
ETH24H_8
ETH24L_0
ETH24L_8
0
0
ETH13H_7
0
ETH13L_7
0
ETH24H_7
0
ETH24L_7
0
0
ETH13H_6
0
ETH13L_6
0
ETH24H_6
0
ETH24L_6
0
0
ETH13H_5
0
ETH13L_5
0
ETH24H_5
0
ETH13L_5
0
Threshold Level setting for the differential output (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4)
TH13H [11:0], TH24H [11:0]: Upper Threshold Level setting for the differential output (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4)
TH13L [11:0], TH24L [11:0]: Lower Threshold Level setting for the differential output (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4)
The setting range is shown in Table 14.5.
Table 14.5. Threshold Level setting for the differential output (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4)
Threshold level [11:0]
Differential Current Output
Two’s Complement
Hex
Decimal
0111 1111 1111
7FF
2047
7139.32
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
0000 0000 0001
001
1
3.4877
0000 0000 0000
000
0
0
1111 1111 1111
FFF
-3.4877
⁞
⁞
⁞
⁞
1000 0000 0000
800
-2048
-7142.81
Unit
pA
Differential current output is calculated by the following formula,
Differential current output = 3.4877 x Threshold level [11:0](Decimal)
pA
Note:
* 17. The threshold levels should be set as “ETH13H > ETH13L, ETH24H > ETH24L”. Otherwise, AK9750
cannot operate normally.
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11). EHYS13, EHYS24: Hysteresis setting of Threshold Level / Polarity setting of INT output.
(Read / Write Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
EHYS13_4
EHYS13_3
EHYS13_2
EHYS13_1
EHYS13_0
19H
EHYS13
EHYS24_4
EHYS24_3
EHYS24_2
EHYS24_1
EHYS24_0
1AH
EHYS24
Reset
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
Hysteresis setting for Threshold levels
ETHYS13, EHYS24: Hysteresis setting for threshold levels 5-bit
This register is used only in Switch Mode (ECOPY).
Table 14.6. Hysteresis setting of Threshold Level
Hysteresis [4:0]
Differential Current Output
Hex
Decimal
1F
31
108.12
1E
30
104.63
⁞
⁞
⁞
01
1
3.4877
00
0
0
Binary
11111
11110
⁞
00001
00000
Unit
pA
The relationship between the hysteresis and the threshold level is shown in Figure 14.1.
INT Output
“H” Level
EHYS13
or
EHYS24
EHYS13
or
EHYS24
“L” Level
The Differential Output
(IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4)
Figure 14.1. Hysteresis setting for threshold levels.
Detection is defined as the situation in which the differential output (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) exceeds the
threshold level.
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12). EINTEN: Interrupt Source setting (Read / Write Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
1BH
EINTEN
IR13HI
IR13LI
Reset
1
1
0
0
0
D2
IR24HI
0
D1
IR24LI
0
D0
DRI
0
The interrupt to the HOST MCU via the INT output can be obtained by the following methods: INT output
turns to “Active”, when at least one of the enabled interrupt source conditions is satisfied. HOST MCU
can identify the interrupt source by reading the Interrupt Source Status (INST).
When DRI and threshold Level interrupt (IR13HI, IR13LI, IR24HI and IR24LI) are simultaneously set to
“Enable”, the priority is given to threshold level interrupt.
DRI: Data ready interrupt setting
“0”: Interrupt Disable
“1”: Interrupt Enable
Setting DRI bit to “1” enables the interrupt function at the timing of data ready.
IR13HI / IR24HI: Upper threshold level interrupt setting
“0”: Interrupt Disable
“1”: Interrupt Enable
Setting IR13H / IR24HI bit to “1” enables the interrupt function at the timing in which the differential
output (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4) changes from the level which is below the upper threshold level to the level
which is above the upper threshold level, or at the timing in which the differential output (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 IR4) changes from the level which is above “the upper threshold level - hysteresis” to the level which is
below “the upper threshold level - hysteresis”.
IR13LI / IR24LI: Lower threshold level interrupt setting.
“0”: Interrupt Disable
“1”: Interrupt Enable
Setting IR13LI/IR24LI bit to “1” enables the interrupt function at the timing in which the differential output
(IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IE4) changes from the level which is above the lower threshold level to the level which
is below the lower threshold level, or at the timing in which the differential output (IR1 - IR3 / IR2 - IR4)
changes from the level which is below “the lower threshold level +hysteresis” to the level which is above
“the lower threshold level +hysteresis.
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13). ECNTL1: Mode setting/ Digital Filter Cutoff Frequency (Fc) setting (Read / Write registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
EEPMODE
EFC_2
EFC_1
EFC_0
EMODE_2
EMODE_1
EMODE_0
1CH
ECNTL1
Reset
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
EMODE [2:0]: Mode setting
“000”: Stand-by Mode
“001”: EEPROM Access Mode (EEPMODE bit should be set to “1” simultaneously)
“010”: Shingle Shot Mode
“011”: Be prohibited
“100”: Continuous Mode 0 (Normal operation)
“101”: Continuous Mode 1 (Intermittent operation => Measurement time: Wait time = 1:1)
“110”: Continuous Mode 2 (Intermittent operation => Measurement time: Wait time = 1:3)
“111”: Continuous Mode 3 (Intermittent operation => Measurement time: Wait time = 1:7)
EFC [2:0]: Digital Filter Cutoff Frequency (Fc) setting
“000”: Fc = 0.3Hz
“001”: Fc = 0.6Hz
“010”: Fc = 1.1Hz
“011”: Fc = 2.2Hz
“100”: Fc = 4.4Hz
“101”: Fc = 8.8Hz
“11x”: Be prohibited
The digital filter is “sinc function” type. The Fc is defined as the frequency at which Gain is -3dB.
EEPMODE Setting
“0”: Normal Mode
“1”: EEPROM Access Mode (EMODE [2:0] bits should be set to “001” simultaneously)
14). CNTL2: Soft Reset (Read / Write Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
1DH
CNTL2
Reset
1
1
1
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
SRST
1
1
1
1
0
SRST: Soft Reset
“0”: Normal State
“1”: Reset
All registers are reset by setting SRST bit to “1”. SRST bit automatically returns to “0” after reset is
activated.
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15. EEPROM Functional Descriptions
Table 15.1. EEPROM Detail Map
D5
D4
D3
Address
Name
D7
D6
D2
D1
D0
50H
EKEY
EKEY_7
EKEY_6
EKEY_5
EKEY_4
EKEY_3
EKEY_2
EKEY_1
EKEY_0
51H
ETH13H
1
1
ETH13H_5
ETH13H_4
ETH13H_3
ETH13H_2
ETH13H_1
ETH13H_0
52H
ETH13H
1
1
53H
ETH13L
1
1
ETH13H_11
ETH13H_10
ETH13H_9
ETH13H_8
ETH13H_7
ETH13H_6
ETH13L_5
ETH13L_4
ETH13L_3
ETH13L_2
ETH13L_1
ETH13L_0
54H
ETH13L
1
1
ETH13L_11
ETH13L_10
ETH13L_9
ETH13L_8
ETH13L_7
ETH13L_6
55H
ETH24H
1
1
56H
ETH24H
1
1
ETH24H_5
ETH24H_4
ETH24H_3
ETH24H_2
ETH24H_1
ETH24H_0
ETH24H_11
ETH24H_10
ETH24H_9
ETH24H_8
ETH24H_7
ETH24H_6
57H
ETH24L
1
1
ETH24L_5
ETH24L_4
ETH24L_3
ETH24L_2
ETH24L_1
ETH24L_0
58H
ETH24L
1
59H
EHYS13
1
1
ETH24L_11
ETH24L_10
ETH24L_9
ETH24L_8
ETH24L_7
ETH24L_6
1
1
EHYS13_4
EHYS13_3
EHYS13_2
EHYS13_1
EHYS13_0
5AH
EHYS24
1
1
1
EHYS24_4
EHYS24_3
EHYS24_2
EHYS24_1
EHYS24_0
5BH
5CH
EINTEN
1
1
0
IR13HI
IR13LI
IR24HI
IR24LI
DRI
ECNTL1
1
1
EFC_2
EFC_1
EFC_0
EMODE_2
EMODE_1
EMODE_0
5DH
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5EH
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5FH
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AKEY_7
AKEY_6
AKEY_5
AKEY_4
AKEY_3
AKEY_2
AKEY_1
AKEY_0
60H
AKEY
[Functional Descriptions]
1). EKEY: EEPROM WRITE ENABLE setting (Read / Write Registers)
Address
Name
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
EKEY_7
EKEY_7
EKEY_7
EKEY_7
EKEY_7
50H
EKEY
D2
D1
D0
EKEY_7
EKEY_7
EKEY_7
Writing data to EEPROM is enabled by setting EKEY [7:0] to “A5H”.
Since 51H of 5CH of EEPROM correspond to 11H to 1CH of registers, please refer to the details of a
register function.
*The bit position in 51H, 53H, 55H and 57H of EEPROM do not correspond to the bit positions in 11H,
13H, 15H and 17H of registers.
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16. First data Determination Time
The First data determination time is defined as the time between “setting the registers” and “determining
the measurement data”. It depends on Measurement Mode setting and Digital Filter setting.
Since the first data determination time also depends on the OCS frequency, Min./Max. is Typ. ±10%.
<First data Determination Time (Typ.) in each Measurement Mode>
Table 16.1. First data Determination Time
EMODE [2:0]
Single Shot Mode
Continuous Node0
Continuous Mode1
Continuous Mode2
Continuous Mode3
EFC= “0H”
2.309
2.309
2.309
2.309
2.309
EFC= “1H”
1.157
1.157
1.157
1.157
1.157
EFC [2:0]
EFC= “2H” EFC= “3H”
0.581
0.293
0.581
0.293
0.581
0.293
0.581
0.293
0.581
0.293
EFC= “4H”
0.149
0.149
0.149
0.149
0.149
Unit
EFC= “5H”
0.077
0.077
0.077
0.077
0.077
sec
Note:
* 18. In Switch Mode, the first data determination time is defined as the time between “Power on Reset
and determining INT output measurement data”. The first data determination time is 0.02 second
longer than time shown in Table 16.1, in Switch Mode.
17. Data Sampling Period
The data sampling period is defined as the time in which AK9750 updates an IR measurement data
periodically after determining the first data. The data sampling period depends on Measurement Mode
setting and Digital Filter setting. Since the data sampling period also depends on the OCS frequency,
Min / Max. is Typ. ±10%.
<Data Sampling Period of IR Sensor in each Measurement Mode>
Table 17.1. Data Sampling Period (Typ.) of IR Sensor
EMODE [2:0]
Continuous Mode 0
Continuous Mode 1
Continuous Mode 2
Continuous Mode 3
EFC= “0H”
0.576
4.608
9.216
18.432
EFC= “1H”
0.288
2.304
4.608
9.216
EFC [2:0]
EFC= “2H” EFC= “3H”
0.144
0.072
1.152
0.576
2.304
1.152
4.608
2.304
EFC= “4H”
0.036
0.288
0.576
1.152
EFC= “5H”
0.018
0.144
0.288
0.576
Unit
sec
<Data Sampling Period of Temperature Sensor data in each Measurement Mode>
The data sampling period of the temperature sensor is changed by changing EMODE [2:0] as shown in
Table 17.2. The data sampling period of the temperature sensor does not depend on the digital filter
setting (EFC [2:0]).
Table 17.2. Data Sampling Period (Typ.) of Temperature Sensor
EMODE [2:0]
Period
Unit
Continuous Mode 0
0.576
Continuous Mode 1
4.608
sec
Continuous Mode 2
9.216
Continuous Mode 3
18.432
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18. Sensor’s Output (Reference)
Ts: Sensor Temperature
Ttgt: Target Temperature
Figure 18.1. IR Output
19. Spectrum Sensitivity (Reference)
Figure 19.1. Spectrum Sensitivity
<Measurement Conditions>
Sensor Temperature Ts= 25ºC (298K)
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20. Field of View (Reference)
Parameter
Symbol
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Field of View
(* 19)
FOV
±48
±55
±66
deg(º)
Note:
* 19. The combined range observed by Upper/Lower (Left/Right) sensors. Reference data only, not
tested.
Figure 20.1. Field of View (Typ.)
<Measurement Conditions>
Ambient Temperature: Ta=25℃
Block Body: Φ12.7mm Tb= 500K
Distance between Black Body and AK9750: 140mm
140mm
AK9750
θ
Black Body
Rotation Axis (Sensor Chip)
Figure 20.2. Measurement Conditions
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21. Recommended External Circuits
DVDD
DVDD
DVDD DVDD DVDD
VDD1
330Ω
Power for I/F
SCL
DVDD
1.0µF
VDD
1.0µF
VSS
I2C I/F
SDA
AKM
INT
AK9750
CAD0
TEST
CAD1
INT INPUT
Slave Address Select:
CAD0 and CAD1 must be
connected to VDD or VSS.
Digital
Output
GND
PDN
VSS
HOST
MCU
VSS VSS
VSS
Figure 21.1. Recommended External Circuits
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22. Package
22.1. Outline Dimensions
10-pin SON (Unit mm)
Unless otherwise specified: ±0.1mm
1
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22.2. Pad Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
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22.3. Marking
5C11
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23. Ordering Guide
AK9750
-30 ~ 85ºC
10-pin SON
24. Revision History
Date (Y/M/D)
15/03/02
15/10/07
Revision
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Removing the description of the case that
AKM software is used.
Describing an example of the procedure and
the flow chart to read out AK9750 data.
Describing the formula obtaining differential
current output from threshold level codes.
Correcting the unit of blackbody temperature.
(Tb=500℃→500K)
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