dsPIC33EP512GM706 Single Motor Internal OpAmp PIM Info Sheet

dsPIC33EP512GM706
dsPIC33EP512GM706 Plug-In Module (PIM)
Information Sheet for Internal Op Amp Configuration
The dsPIC33EP512GM706 Internal Op Amp Motor
Control PIM is designed to demonstrate the capabilities of the dsPIC33EP512GM706 motor control device
using internal op amps with development boards,
such as the dsPICDEM™ MCLV-2 Development
Board (DM330021-2) and the dsPICDEM MCHV-2
Development Board (DM330023-2), which support
100-pin PIM interfaces.
The dsPIC33EP512GM706 is a high-performance,
16-bit Digital Signal Controller (DSC) in a 64-pin TQFP
package. This device is equipped with four op amp/
comparators, plus one dedicated comparator. The
dsPIC33EP512GM706 Internal Op Amp Motor Control
PIM takes advantage of these analog peripherals,
configured using on-board passive components
(resistors and capacitors) to support motor control
applications, without requiring external op amps or
comparators.
To operate this PIM with the dsPICDEM MCLV-2 and
dsPICDEM MCHV-2 Development Boards, please
insert the Internal Op Amp Configuration Board into the
header, J4 (for the dsPICDEM MCHV-2 Development
Board), or header, J14 (for the dsPICDEM MCLV-2
Development Board). Future development boards will
not use the Internal Op Amp Configuration Matrix
Board.
TABLE 1:
Figure 1 shows the connection location for the
dsPICDEM MCHV-2 Development Board.
FIGURE 1:
INTERNAL OP AMP
CONFIGURATION BOARD
Hardware Compatibility
Table 1 provides information on the hardware versions
of the motor control boards that are compatible with this
PIM. Refer to the user’s guide for the specific motor
control board for hardware version identification
information.
HARDWARE COMPATIBILITY
Development Board
Part Number
Compatible Hardware Version(s)
dsPICDEM™ MCHV Development Board
DM330023
Not compatible
dsPICDEM™ MCLV Development Board
DM330021
Not compatible
dsPICDEM™ MCSM Development Board
DM330022
Not compatible
dsPICDEM™ MCHV-2 Development Board
DM330023-2
All revisions
dsPICDEM™ MCLV-2 Development Board
DM330021-2
All revisions
Warning:
Do not connect non-isolated oscilloscope probes to the test points on the dsPIC33EP512GM706 Internal Op Amp
Motor Control PIM while using the PIM with the dsPICDEM™ MCHV-2 Development Board. Use a high-voltage
differential probe, rated in excess of 600 VRMS (Common-mode). Failure to heed this warning could result in hardware
damage.
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DS50002148A-page 1
TABLE 2:
64-PIN DEVICE TO 100-PIN PIM MAPPING
Device Pin
#
dsPIC33EP512GM706
Device Functional Description
PIM Pin #
Device
Pin #
dsPIC33EP512GM706
Device Functional Description
PIM Pin #
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1
TDI/PWM1L4/PMPD5/RA7
NC
33
OA5IN+/AN24/C5IN3-/C5IN1+/SDO1/RP20/T1CK/RA4
Used by op amp
circuit
2
RPI46/PWM1H1/T3CK/T7CK/PMPD6/RB14
94
34
AN28/SDI1/RPI25/RA9
77
3
RPI47/PWM1L1/T5CK/T6CK/PMPD7/RB15
93
35
AN29/SCK1/RPI51/RC3
79
4
AN19/RP118/PMPA5/RG6
84
36
AN30/SDA1/RPI52/RC4
69
5
AN18/ASCL1/RPI119/PMPA4/RG7
83
37
AN31/SCL1/RPI53/RC5
6
AN17/ASDA1/RP120/PMPA3/RG8
76
38
VDD
7
MCLR
13
39
AN49/OSC1/CLKI/RPI60/RC12
8
AN16/RPI121/PMPA2/RG9
72
40
OSC2/CLKO/RPI63/RC15
9
VSS
15, 36, 45, 65, 75
41
VSS
15, 36, 45, 65, 75
10
VDD
2, 16, 37, 46, 62, 86
42
RPI72/RD8
Debug test point
11
AN10/RPI28/RA12
35
43
PGED2/ASDA2/RP37/RB5
27
12
AN9/RPI27/RA11
25
44
PGEC2/ASCL2/RP38/PMPCS2/RB6
26
13
OA2OUT/AN0/C2IN4-/C4IN3-/RPI16/RA0
42
45
AN48/CVREF20/RPI58/PMPCS1/RC10
61
14
OA2IN+/AN1/C2IN1+/RPI17/RA1
22, 41
46
OA5OUT/AN25/C5IN4-/RP39/INT0/RB7
19
15
PGED3/VREF-/OA2IN-/AN2/C2IN1-/SS1/RPI32/CTED2/RB0
43
47
SOSCI/RPI61/RC13
82
16
PGEC3/VREF+/(CVREF+)/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/RPI33/CTED1/
PMPA6/RB1
59
48
TCK/AN26/CVREF1O/SOSCO/RP40/T4CK/RB8
68
17
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/RB2
21
49
TMS/OA5IN-/AN27/C5IN1-/RP41/RB9
78
18
PGED1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CTMUC)/RP35/RTCC/RB3
Used by op amp
circuit
50
RP54/PWM1H6/RC6
47
19
AVDD
30
51
RP55/PWM1L6/PMBE/RC7
70
20
AVSS
31
52
RP56/PWM1H5/PMPWR/RC8
88
21
OA3OUT/AN6/C3IN4-/C4IN4-/C4IN1+/RP48/OCFB/RC0
58
53
RP69/PMPRD/RD5
60
22
OA3IN-/AN7/C3IN1-/C4IN1-/RP49/PMPA7/RC1
Used by op amp
circuit
54
RP70/RD6
1
23
OA3IN+/AN8/C3IN3-/C3IN1+/RPI50/U1RTS/BCLK1/FLT3/PMPA13/
RC2
20
55
RP57/PWM1L5/RC9/RC9
87
24
AN11/C1IN2-/U1CTS/FLT4/PMPA12/RC11
25
VSS
26
27
28
AN13/C3IN2-/U2CTS/FLT6/PMPA10/RE13
29
AN14/RPI94/FLT7/PMPA1/RE14
30
31
32
49
2, 16, 37, 46, 62, 86
63
64
24
56
VCAP
NC
15, 36, 45, 65, 75
57
VDD
2, 16, 37, 46, 62, 86
VDD
2, 16, 37, 46, 62, 86
58
RPI96/RF0
48
AN12/C2IN2-/C5IN2-//U2RTS/BCLK2/FLT5/PMPA11/RE12
Reconstructed motor
neutral input
59
RP97/RF1
50
32, 33
60
RP42/PWM1H3/PMPD0/RB10
3
23
61
RP43/PWM1L3/PMPD1/RB11
100
AN15/RPI95/FLT8/PMPA0/RE15
34
62
RPI44/PWM1H2/PMPD2/RB12
99
SDA2/RPI24/PMPA9/RA8
80
63
RPI45/PWM1L2/CTPLS/PMPD3/RB13
98
FLT32/SCL2/RP36/PMPA8/RB4
18
64
TDO/PWM1H4/PMPD4/RA10
NC
dsPIC33EP512GM706
DS50002148A-page 2
Table 2 provides the static mapping between the 100-pin PIM pins and the device pins.
dsPIC33EP512GM706
HALLB/QEB/USBTX
76
Z1
PFC_PWM
VACZ
HALLA/QEA
HALLC/INDX/STP_PWM
77
Z2
78
Z3
79
Z4
80
Z5
BTN/USBTX
GEN1
81
Z6
82
Z7
BTN/TX/USBTX
84
83
Z8
Z9
CANRX
VDD
85
Z10
86
Z11
CANTX
88
89
90
91
87
Z12
Z13
Z14
Z15
Z16
PWM1H1
PWM1L1
92
Z17
93
Z18
95
96
94
Z19
Z20
Z21
PWM1H2
PWM1L2
97
Z22
98
Z23
Y1
74
IA+
73
IB+
72
HALLA/QEA/USBRX
71
70
69
68
67
66
BTN/RX
LINFAULT
BTN/FAULT/LINCS
IBUSIBUS+
65
64
OSCO
63
OSCI
62
61
VDD
HOME
60
DBG_LED2
59
FLT_OUT1
58
FLT_OUT2
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
TX
49
RX
48
HALLC/INDX
HALLB/QEB
47
46
VDD
45
44
43
42
V_M2
V_M3/IBUS
41
V_M1/POT
40
39
26
PGEC2
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75
X25
W25
X24
Y2
X23
W24
X22
Y3
X21
W23
X20
Y4
X19
Y5
W22
X18
W21
X17
Y6
X16
W20
X15
Y7
X14
W19
X13
Y8
38
25
Y9
W18
X1
IA/IPFC
24
W17
X12
IB/POT
Y10
37
23
W16
VDD
IBUS/VBUS
Y11
X10
22
W15
X11
QEA/IA/V_M1
Y12
36
21
Y13
W14
35
20
QEB/IB/V_M2
Y14
U1A
W13
DC_BUS
INDX/POT/V_M3
W12
X9
19
Y15
34
FAULT_RST
Y16
W11
GEN2
18
W10
X8
17
FAULT
Y17
POT
16
W9
33
VDD
Y18
X7
15
W8
32
14
Y19
POT
13
Y20
W7
X6
12
MCLR
W6
X5
11
Y21
31
10
W5
30
9
Y22
AVDD
8
W4
X4
7
Y23
29
6
Y24
W3
REC_NEUTR
5
W2
X3
4
Y25
28
3
W1
VREF_EXT
PWM1H3
99
100
Z25
2
X2
1
VDD
27
DBG_LED1
Z24
PWM1L3
100-PIN HEADER SCHEMATIC
PGED2
FIGURE 2:
DS50002148A-page 3
dsPIC33EP512GM706
FIGURE 3:
64-PIN DEVICE SCHEMATIC
U1
1
PWM1H1
PWM1L1
C7
DNP
BTN/TX/USBTX
BTN/USBTX
V_M2
HALLB/QEB/USBTX
2
3
4
5
6
TDI/PWM1L4/PMPD5/RA7
TDO/PWM1H4/PMPD4/RA10
RPI46/PWM1H1/T3CK/T7CK/PMPD6/RB14
RPI45/PWM1L2/CTPLS/PMPD3/RB13
RPI47/PWM1L1/T5CK/T6CK/PMPD7/RB15
RPI44/PWM1H2/PMPD2/RB12
AN19/RP118/PMPA5/RG6
RP43/PWM1L3/PMPD1/RB11
AN18/ASCL1/RPI119/PMPA4/RG7
RP42/PWM1H3/PMPD0/RB10
AN17/ASDA1/RP120/PMPA3/RG8
RP97/RF1
64
63
62
61
60
59
PWM1L2
PWM1H2
PWM1L3
PWM1H3
TX
V_M1/POT
QEA/IA/V_M1
MCLR
R1 30K
7
RPI96/RF0
MCLR
58
HALLC/INDX
VREF
C8 DNP
HALLA/QEA/USBRX
8
9
C9 470 pF
C1
0.1 µF
10
DC_BUS
11
VDD
R2 1K
AN16/RPI121/PMPA2/RG9
VDD
VSS
VCAP
VDD
RP57/PWM1L5/RC9
57
VDD
C6
0.1 µF
56
55
C5
10 µF
CANRX
R3 1K
IA+
C10
1000 pF
C11 470 pF
IA/IPFC
R4 1K
R6
DNP
R5 1K
IBUS+
12
13
R30
AN10/RPI28/RA12
RP70/RD6
dsPIC33EP512GM706
AN9/RPI27/RA11
OA2OUT/AN0/C2IN4-/C4IN3-RPI16/RA0
RP69/PMPRD/RD5
RP56/PWM1H5/PMPWR/RC8
54
DBG_LED1
53
DBG_LED2
52
CANTX
REC_NEUTR
V_M3/IBUS
DNP
14
R7
30K
C12 DNP
15
16
FLT_OUT1
QEB/IB/V_M2
R8 62K
RP55/PWM1L6/PMPBE/RC7
OA2IN+/AN1/C2IN1+/RPI17/RA1
PGED3/VREF-/OA2IN-/AN2/C2IN1-/SS1/RPI32/CTED2/RB0
RP54/PWM1H6/RC6
PGEC3/VREF+/(CVREF+)/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/
RPI33/CTED1/PMPA6/RB1
TMS/OA5IN-/AN27/C5IN1-/RP41/RB9
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/RB2
TCK/AN26/CVREF10/
SOSCO/RP40/T4CK/RB8
51
50
49
BTN/RX
HALLB/QEB
PFC_PWM
R10 560
R11
30K
VREF
R9
56K
R12
DNP
17
C13
48
BTN/FAULT/LINCS
DNP
18
C14 470 pF
19
AVDD
R13 1K
R14 1K
C16 470 pF
C15
1000 pF
R16 1K
R17 1K
IBUS-
C2
0.1 µF
R15
DNP
IBUS+
20
21
R18
DNP
R19
30K
22
R31
23
REC_NEUTR
DNP
24
IB/POT
PGED1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CTMUC)/RP35/RB3
SOSCI/RPI61/RC13
AVDD
OA5OUT/AN25/C5IN4-/RP39/INT0/RB7
AVSS
AN48/CVREF20/RPI58/PMPCS1/RC10
OA3OUT/AN6/C3IN4-/C4IN4-/C4IN1+/RP48/OCFB/RC0
PGEC2/ASCL2/RP38/PMPCS2/RB6
OA3IN-/AN7/C3IN1-/C4IN1-/RP49/PMPA7/RC1
PGED2/ASDA2/RP37/RB5
OA3IN+/AN8/C3IN3-/C3IN1+/RPI50/U1RTS/BCLK1/FLT3/PMPA13/RC2
RPI72/RD8
AN11/C1IN2-/U1CTS/FLT4/PMPA12/RC11
VSS
47
46
45
44
43
GEN1
FAULT_RST
HOME
PGEC2
PGED2
RD8
42
DBG_TP
41
FLT_OUT2
R32
25
REC_NEUTR
DNP
C17 470 pF
VDD
C3
0.1 µF
26
27
R20 1K
R21 1K
VSS
OSC2/CLKO/RPI63/RC15
VDD
AN49/OSC1/CLK1/RPI60/RC12
AN12/C2IN2-/C5IN2-/U2RTS/BCLK2/FLT5/PMPA11/RE12
VDD
40
39
OSCO
OSCI
38
VDD
C4
0.1 µF
IBUS+
28
C18
1000 pF
C19 470 pF
29
R22 1K
AN13/C3IN2-/U2CTS/FLT6/PMPA10/RE13
AN31/SCL1/RPI53/RC5
AN14/RPI94/FLT7/PMPA1/RE14
AN30/SDA1/RPI52/RC4
AN15/RPI95/FLT8/PMPA0/RE15
AN29/SCK1/RPI51/RC3
37
36
RX
LINFAULT
R23 1K
IB+
30
C20
35
VACZ
DNP
31
R24 30K
32
VREF
SDA2/RPI24/PMPA9/RA8
AN28/SDI1/RPI25/RA9
OA5IN+/AN24/C5IN3-/C5IN1+/SDO1/RP20/T1CK/RA4
FLT32/SCL2/RP36/PMPA8/RB4
34
33
HALLC/INDX/STP_PWM
CVREF20
INDX/POT/V_M3
POT
IBUS/VBUS
GEN2
HALLA/QEA
FAULT
AVDD
R25
VREF_EXT
0R
A_GND
VREF
DNP
R26
R28
2K
CVREF20
DNP
R27
DNP
R29
15K
* All Resistors are 1%
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dsPIC33EP512GM706
In the schematic shown in Figure 3, resistors, R25 and
R27, are used to choose the reference voltage (VREF)
from the motor control board (VREF_EXT) or a simple
voltage divider (R28-R29), respectively. By default, the
PIM is configured to source the reference voltage from
the motor control board.
TABLE 3:
Op Amp
#
1
2
3
Table 3 classifies the passive components according to
their functionality and also quotes the design equations
applicable in each case.
ANALOG FUNCTIONALITY LISTING
Analog Function
Passive Components
Design Equations
Low-Pass Filter
R13, R14, R16, R17,
C14, C15, C16
Reference Voltage Bias
R10, R11
Voltage Divider
R8, R9
Differential Amplifier Input
R13, R14, R16, R17
Differential Amplifier Feedback
R11
Low-Pass Filter
R2, R3, R4, R5,
C9, C10, C11
Reference Voltage Bias
R1, R7
Differential Amplifier Input
R2, R3, R4, R5
1
Differential mode f-3dB  -------------------------------------------
2  2R  C
---- + C 10
2

Differential Amplifier Feedback
R7
R
DifferentialAmplifierGain = ------72R
Low-Pass Filter
R20, R21, R22, R23,
C17, C18, C19
Reference Voltage Bias
R24, R19
R20 = R21 = R22 = R23 = R
C17 = C19 = C
R24 = R19
1
Common mode f-3dB  --------------2RC
Differential Amplifier Input
R20, R21, R22, R23
1
Differential mode f-3dB  -------------------------------------------C

2  2R  ---- + C 18
2

Differential Amplifier Feedback
R19
R 19
DifferentialAmplifierGain = ------2R
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R13 = R14 = R16 = R17 = R
C14 = C16 = C
R10 = R11
1
Common mode f -3dB  --------------2RC
1
Differential mode f -3dB  -------------------------------------------C

2  2R  ---- + C 15
2

R 11
DifferentialAmplifierGain = ------2R
R2 = R3 = R4 = R5 = R
C9 = C11 = C
R1 = R7
1
Common mode f-3dB  --------------2RC
DS50002148A-page 5
dsPIC33EP512GM706
FIGURE 4:
OP AMP CIRCUIT BLOCK DIAGRAM
C
VREF
D
dsPIC33EP512GM706
From Shunt
Resistor (IA)
IA+
IBUS+
B
Filter,
Feedback
and Bias
Circuit
A
E
AN1/RA1
14
F
AN2/RB0
15
–
E
AN4/RB2
17
+
F
AN5/RB3
18
E
AN8/RC2
23
F
AN7/RC1
22
+
Op Amp 2
13
AN0/RA0
16
AN3/RB1
21
AN6/RC0
V_M2
Voltage
Divider
VREF
D
C
From Shunt
Resistor (IBUS)
IBUSIBUS-
B
Filter,
Feedback
and Bias
Circuit
A
C
VREF
From Shunt
Resistor (IB)
IB+
IBUS+
B
FLT_OUT1
–
D
Filter,
Feedback
and Bias
Circuit
A
Op Amp 1
Op Amp 3
C
30k
470 pF
1k
+
FLT_OUT2
–
D
30k
DNP
1k
E
B
1000 pF
A
F
1k
1k
470 pF
Filter, Feedback and Bias Circuit
30k
Differential Amplifier Gain = -------------------- = 15
2  1k
1
Differential mode f– 3dB  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------  65kHz
470pF
2  2  1k   ---------------- + 1000pF
 2

1
Common mode f –3dB  --------------------------------------------  340kHz
2  1k   470pF 
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CERTIFIED BY DNV
== ISO/TS 16949 ==
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Microchip received ISO/TS-16949:2009 certification for its worldwide
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Tempe, Arizona; Gresham, Oregon and design centers in California
and India. The Company’s quality system processes and procedures
are for its PIC® MCUs and dsPIC® DSCs, KEELOQ® code hopping
devices, Serial EEPROMs, microperipherals, nonvolatile memory and
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and manufacture of development systems is ISO 9001:2000 certified.
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