dsPIC33EV256GM106 5V Motor Control PIM Information Sheet

dsPIC33EV256GM106
dsPIC33EV256GM106 5V Motor Control
Plug-In Module (PIM) Information Sheet
The dsPIC33EV256GM106 5V Motor Control PIM is
designed to demonstrate the capabilities of the
dsPIC33EV256GM106 motor control device, using
both internal and external op amps with the LowVoltage Motor Control Development Bundle
(DV330100), by using its 105-pin interface.
Connector J1 interacts with the Signal Board to have
the correct power supply voltage generated. The
Signal Board is, in fact, capable of generating both
3.3V and 5V. For a correct voltage to be supplied to
the dsPIC33EV256GM106, resistors R33 and R34
must always be populated with 0 Ohm value resistors.
The dsPIC33EV256GM106 device is a highperformance, 16-bit Digital Signal Controller (DSC) in
a 64-pin TQFP package. This PIM is designed to
take advantage of all the features of the device, such
as the four internal op amps/comparators, the
additional dedicated comparator, the ADC Converter
and the dedicated motor control PWM unit (3 PWM
generators).
Four different voltage references, from PIM:101 to
PIM:104 are used to bias each of the four op amps
present on the device. Each op amp reference voltage is independent from the others, allowing a large
versatility in the hardware configuration.
FIGURE 1:
dsPIC33EV256GM106 
5V MOTOR CONTROL PIM
The dsPIC33EV256GM106 5V Motor Control PIM
takes advantage of these analog peripherals, configured using on-board passive components (resistors
and capacitors) to support motor control applications. The PIM is designed to enable driving one
motor with both internal and external op amps.
In order to operate this device with the Low-Voltage
Motor Control Development Bundle, please insert the
dsPIC33EV256GM106 5V Motor Control PIM on the
dsPIC® DSC Signal Board. 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.
TABLE 1:
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
Not Compatible
dsPICDEM™ MCLV-2 Development Board
DM330021-2
Not Compatible
Low-Voltage Motor Control Development Bundle
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DV330100
All Revisions
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Table 2 provides the mapping between the 64-pin
device pinout and the 105-pin PIM.
TABLE 2:
DEVICE TO PIM MAPPING (SORTED BY PIM PIN NUMBER)
Connector
PIM
Pin #
PIM Functional Description on Low-Voltage
Motor Control Development Bundle
Device
Pin #
U2A-1
PIM:01
Direct Connection
U2A-2
PIM:02
Digital Power (DVDD)
U2A-3
PIM:03
Direct Connection
60
RP42/PWM1H3/RB10
U2A-4
PIM:04
Linked to PIM:94
2(1)
RPI46/PWM1H1/T3CK/RB14
RPI47/PWM1L1/T5CK/RB15
64
10, 26,
38, 57
dsPIC33EV256GM106 Device
Functional Description
AN56/RA10
VDD
U2A-5
PIM:05
Linked to PIM:93
3(1)
U2A-6
PIM:06
Linked to PIM:98
63(1)
RPI45/PWM1L2/CTPLS/RB13
U2A-7
PIM:07
Linked to PIM:99
62(1)
RPI44/PWM1H2/RB12
U2A-8
PIM:08
Linked to PIM:100
61(1)
RP43/PWM1L3/RB11
U2A-9
PIM:09
Linked to PIM:03
U2A-10
PIM:10
Direct Connection
U2A-11
PIM:11
Not Connected
U2A-12
PIM:12
Not Connected
U2A-13
PIM:13
MCLR
U2A-14
PIM:14
OA1OUT
U2A-15
PIM:15
Digital Ground (DGND)
U2A-16
PIM:16
Digital Power (DVDD)
U2A-17
PIM:17
OA1IN+
U2A-18
PIM:18
Direct Connection
(1)
60
RP42/PWM1H3/RB10
34
AN28/SDI1/RPI25/RA9
7
MCLR
16(2)
PGEC3/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/RPI33/
CTED1/RB1
9, 25, 41 Vss
10, 26,
38, 57
17(2)
32
16(1)
Vdd
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/
RB2
FLT32/RP36/RB4
U2A-19
PIM:19
OA1_OUT
U2A-20
PIM:20
Direct Connection
8
AN16/RPI121/RG9
U2A-21
PIM:21
Direct Connection
30
AN15/RPI95/FLT8/RE15
U2A-22
PIM:22
Direct Connection
29
AN14/RPI94/FLT7/RE14
U2A-23
PIM:23
Not Connected
U2A-24
PIM:24
Direct Connection
24
AN11/C1IN2-/U1CTS/FLT4/RC11
U2A-25
PIM:25
OA1IN-
U2B-1
PIM:26
Direct Connection
44
PGEC2/SCL1/RP38/RB6
U2B-2
PIM:27
Direct Connection
43
PGED2/SDA1/RP37/RB5
U2B-3
PIM:28
Not Connected
U2B-4
PIM:29
Not Connected
U2B-5
PIM:30
Analog Power (AVDD)
19
AVDD
U2B-6
PIM:31
Analog Ground (AGND)
20
AVSS
U2B-7
PIM:32
Direct Connection
28
AN13/C3IN2-/U2CTS/FLT6/RE13
U2B-8
PIM:33
Not Connected
11
AN10/RPI28/RA12
U2B-9
PIM:34
Not Connected
U2B-10
PIM:35
Direct Connection
U2B-11
PIM:36
Digital Ground (DGND)
U2B-12
PIM:37
Digital Power (DVDD)
Note 1:
2:
18(2)
PGEC3/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/RPI33/
CTED1/RB1
PGED1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CTMUC)/RP35/RB3
9, 25, 41 VSS
10, 26,
38, 57
VDD
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a passive network. A direct connection can be implemented by
removing some components and/or replacing some with 0 Ohm resistors.
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a 0 Ohm resistor, which can be removed if desired.
DS50002225A-page 2
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TABLE 2:
DEVICE TO PIM MAPPING (SORTED BY PIM PIN NUMBER) (CONTINUED)
Connector
PIM
Pin #
U2B-13
PIM:38
U2B-14
PIM Functional Description on Low-Voltage
Motor Control Development Bundle
Device
Pin #
dsPIC33EV256GM106 Device
Functional Description
OA1IN+
17(1)
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/
RB2
PIM:39
OA1IN-
18(1)
PGED1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CTMUC)/RP35/RB3
U2B-15
PIM:40
Direct Connection
48
AN26/CVREF1O/ASCL1/RP40/T4CK/RB8
U2B-16
PIM:41
Direct Connection
35
AN29/SCK1/RPI51/RC3
U2B-17
PIM:42
Not Connected
U2B-18
PIM:43
Direct Connection
12
AN9/RPI27/RA11
U2B-19
PIM:44
Direct Connection
27
AN12/C2IN2-/C5IN2-/U2RTS/BCLK2/FLT5/RE12
U2B-20
PIM:45
Digital Ground (DGND)
9, 25, 4
VSS
U2B-21
PIM:46
Digital Power (DVDD)
10, 26,
38, 57
VDD
U2B-22
PIM:47
Direct Connection
50
AN53/RP54/RC6
U2B-23
PIM:48
Direct Connection
58
RPI96/RF0
U2B-24
PIM:49
Direct Connection
37
AN31/RPI53/RC5
U2B-25
PIM:50
Direct Connection
59
RP97/RF1
U2E-1
PIM:51
Not Connected
U2E-2
PIM:52
Not Connected
U2E-3
PIM:53
Not Connected
U2E-4
PIM:54
Direct Connection
54
RP70/RD6
U2E-5
PIM:55
OA1OUT
16(1)
PGEC3/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/RPI33/
CTED1/RB1
U2E-6
PIM:56
OA1IN+
17(1)
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/
RB2
U2E-7
PIM:57
OA1IN-
18(1)
PGED1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CTMUC)/RP35/RB3
U2E-8
PIM:58
Not Connected
U2E-9
PIM:59
Direct Connection
42
RPI72/RD8
U2E-10
PIM:60
Direct Connection
53
RP69/RD5
U2E-11
PIM:61
Direct Connection
45
AN48/CVREF2O/RPI58/RC10
U2E-12
PIM:62
Digital Power (DVDD)
U2E-13
PIM:63
Direct Connection
U2E-14
PIM:64
Direct Connection
U2E-15
PIM:65
Digital Ground (DGND)
U2E-16
PIM:66
OA3IN+
23(1)
OA3IN+/AN8/C3IN3-/C3IN1+/RPI50/U1RTS/BCLK1/
FLT3/RC2
U2E-17
PIM:67
OA3IN-
22(1)
OA3IN-/AN7/C3IN1-/C4IN1-/RP49/RC1
U2E-18
PIM:68
OA3OUT
21(1)
OA3OUT/AN6/C3IN4-/C4IN4-/C4IN1+/RP48/RC0
U2E-19
PIM:69
Direct Connection
36
AN30/CVREF+/RPI52/RC4
U2E-20
PIM:70
Direct Connection
51
AN52/RP55/RC7
U2E-21
PIM:71
OA2IN-
15(1)
PGED3/OA2IN-/AN2/C2IN1-/SS1/RPI32/CTED2/RB0
U2E-22
PIM:72
OA2OUT
13(1)
OA2OUT/AN0/C2IN4-/C4IN3-/RPI16/RA0
10, 26,
38, 57
VDD
39
OSC1/CLKI/AN49/RPI60/RC12
40
OSC2/CLKO/RPI63/RC15
9, 25, 41 VSS
(1)
U2E-23
PIM:73
OA2IN+
14
OA2IN+/AN1/C2IN1+/RPI17/RA1
U2E-24
PIM:74
OA5IN+
33(1)
OA5IN+/AN24/C5IN3-/C5IN1+/SDO1/RP20/T1CK/
RA4
U2E-25
PIM:75
Digital Ground (DGND)
U2D-1
PIM:76
Direct Connection
Note 1:
2:
9, 25, 41 VSS
6
AN17/RP120/RG8
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a passive network. A direct connection can be implemented by
removing some components and/or replacing some with 0 Ohm resistors.
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a 0 Ohm resistor, which can be removed if desired.
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TABLE 2:
DEVICE TO PIM MAPPING (SORTED BY PIM PIN NUMBER) (CONTINUED)
Connector
PIM
Pin #
PIM Functional Description on Low-Voltage
Motor Control Development Bundle
U2D-2
PIM:77
OA5OUT
U2D-3
PIM:78
Not Connected
U2D-4
PIM:79
Not Connected
U2D-5
PIM:80
Direct Connection
Device
Pin #
46(1)
31
(1)
49
dsPIC33EV256GM106 Device
Functional Description
OA5OUT/AN25/C5IN4-/RP39/INT0/RB7
RPI24/RA8
U2D-6
PIM:81
OA5IN-
U2D-7
PIM:82
Direct Connection
47
RPI61/RC13
U2D-8
PIM:83
Direct Connection
5
AN18/RPI119/RG7
U2D-9
PIM:84
Direct Connection
4
AN19/RP118/RG6
U2D-10
PIM:85
Not Connected
U2D-11
PIM:86
Digital Power (DVDD)
U2D-12
PIM:87
Direct Connection
55
AN54/RP57/RC9
U2D-13
PIM:88
Direct Connection
52
AN51/RP56/RC8
U2D-14
PIM:89
Not Connected
U2D-15
PIM:90
Direct Connection
1
AN55/RA7
U2D-16
PIM:91
Not Connected
U2D-17
PIM:92
Not Connected
U2D-18
PIM:93
Direct Connection
3
RPI47/PWM1L1/T5CK/RB15
U2D-19
PIM:94
Direct Connection
2
RPI46/PWM1H1/T3CK/RB14
U2D-20
PIM:95
Not Connected
U2D-21
PIM:96
Not Connected
U2D-22
PIM:97
Not Connected
U2D-23
PIM:98
Direct Connection
63
RPI45/PWM1L2/CTPLS/RB13
U2D-24
PIM:99
Direct Connection
62
RPI44/PWM1H2/RB12
U2D-25
PIM:100 Direct Connection
61
RP43/PWM1L3/RB11
U2E-26
PIM:101 OA1_REF; OA1IN+
17(1)
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/
RB2
U2E-27
PIM:102 OA2_REF; OA2IN+
14(1)
OA2IN+/AN1/C2IN1+/RPI17/RA1
U2E-28
PIM:103 OA3_REF; OA3IN+
23(1)
OA3IN+/AN8/C3IN3-/C3IN1+/RPI50/U1RTS/BCLK1/
FLT3/RC2
U2E-29
PIM:104 OA5_REF; OA5IN+
33(1)
OA5IN+/AN24/C5IN3-/C5IN1+/SDO1/RP20/T1CK/
RA4
U2E-30
PIM:105 Not Connected
10, 26,
38, 57
56
Note 1:
2:
OA5IN-/AN27/C5IN1-/ASDA1/RP41/RB9
Vdd
VCAP
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a passive network. A direct connection can be implemented by
removing some components and/or replacing some with 0 Ohm resistors.
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a 0 Ohm resistor, which can be removed if desired.
DS50002225A-page 4
 2014 Microchip Technology Inc.
dsPIC33EV256GM106
Table 3 provides the static mapping between the device
pins and the 105-pin PIM pins.
TABLE 3: DEVICE TO PIN PIM MAPPING (SORTED BY DEVICE PIN NUMBER)
Connector
PIM
Pin #
PIM Functional Description on Low-Voltage
Motor Control Development Bundle
Device
Pin #
U2D-15
PIM:90
Direct Connection
1
AN55/RA7
U2D-19
PIM:94
Direct Connection
2
RPI46/PWM1H1/T3CK/RB14
U2A-4
PIM:04
Linked to PIM:94
2(1)
RPI46/PWM1H1/T3CK/RB14
U2D-18
PIM:93
Direct Connection
3
RPI47/PWM1L1/T5CK/RB15
U2A-5
PIM:05
Linked to PIM:93
3(1)
RPI47/PWM1L1/T5CK/RB15
U2D-9
PIM:84
Direct Connection
4
AN19/RP118/RG6
U2D-8
PIM:83
Direct Connection
5
AN18/RPI119/RG7
U2D-1
PIM:76
Direct Connection
6
AN17/RP120/RG8
U2A-13
PIM:13
MCLR
7
MCLR
U2A-20
PIM:20
Direct Connection
8
AN16/RPI121/RG9
(Note 3)
(Note 3)
Digital Ground (DGND)
9
VSS
(Note 4)
(Note 4)
Digital Power (DVDD)
10
VDD
U2B-10
PIM:35
Direct Connection
11
AN10/RPI28/RA12
U2B-18
PIM:43
Direct Connection
12
AN9/RPI27/RA11
U2E-22
PIM:72
OA2OUT
13(1)
OA2OUT/AN0/C2IN4-/C4IN3-/RPI16/RA0
U2E-23
PIM:73
OA2IN+
14(1)
OA2IN+/AN1/C2IN1+/RPI17/RA1
U2E-27
PIM:102
OA2_REF; OA2IN+
14(1)
OA2IN+/AN1/C2IN1+/RPI17/RA1
U2E-21
PIM:71
OA2IN-
15(1)
PGED3/OA2IN-/AN2/C2IN1-/SS1/RPI32/CTED2/RB0
U2A-19
PIM:19
OA1_OUT
16(1)
PGEC3/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/RPI33/
CTED1/RB1
U2E-5
PIM:55
OA1OUT
16(1)
PGEC3/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/RPI33/
CTED1/RB1
U2A-14
PIM:14
OA1OUT
16(2)
PGEC3/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/RPI33/
CTED1/RB1
U2B-13
PIM:38
OA1IN+
17(1)
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/
RB2
U2E-6
PIM:56
OA1IN+
17(1)
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/
RB2
U2E-26
PIM:101
OA1_REF; OA1IN+
17(1)
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/
RB2
U2A-17
PIM:17
OA1IN+
17(2)
PGEC1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/
RB2
U2B-14
PIM:39
OA1IN-
18(1)
PGED1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CTMUC)/RP35/RB3
U2E-7
PIM:57
OA1IN-
18(1)
PGED1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CTMUC)/RP35/RB3
U2A-25
PIM:25
OA1IN-
18(2)
PGED1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CTMUC)/RP35/RB3
U2B-5
PIM:30
Analog Power (AVDD)
19
AVDD
U2B-6
PIM:31
Analog Ground (AGND)
20
AVSS
U2E-18
PIM:68
OA3OUT
21(1)
OA3OUT/AN6/C3IN4-/C4IN4-/C4IN1+/RP48/RC0
U2E-17
PIM:67
OA3IN-
22(1)
OA3IN-/AN7/C3IN1-/C4IN1-/RP49/RC1
(1)
dsPIC33EV256GM106 Device
Functional Description
U2E-16
PIM:66
OA3IN+
23
OA3IN+/AN8/C3IN3-/C3IN1+/RPI50/U1RTS/BCLK1/
FLT3/RC2
U2E-28
PIM:103
OA3_REF; OA3IN+
23(1)
OA3IN+/AN8/C3IN3-/C3IN1+/RPI50/U1RTS/BCLK1/
FLT3/RC2
PIM:24
Direct Connection
U2A-24
Note 1:
2:
3:
4:
24
AN11/C1IN2-/U1CTS/FLT4/RC11
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a passive network. A direct connection can be implemented by
removing some components and/or replacing some with 0 Ohm resistors.
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a 0 Ohm resistor, which can be removed if desired.
Digital Ground (DGND) connects to PIM pins 15, 36, 45, 65 and 75, which are connector pins U2A-15, U2B-11, U2B-20,
U2E-15 and U2E-25.
Digital Power (DVDD) connects to PIM pins 2, 16, 37, 46, 62 and 86, which are connector pins U2A-2, U2A-16, U2B-12,
U2B-21, U2E-12 and U2D-11.
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TABLE 3: DEVICE TO PIN PIM MAPPING (SORTED BY DEVICE PIN NUMBER) (CONTINUED)
Connector
PIM
Pin #
PIM Functional Description on Low-Voltage
Motor Control Development Bundle
Device
Pin #
(Note 3)
(Note 3)
Digital Ground (DGND)
25
VSS
(Note 4)
(Note 4)
Digital Power (DVDD)
26
VDD
U2B-19
PIM:44
Direct Connection
27
AN12/C2IN2-/C5IN2-/U2RTS/BCLK2/FLT5/RE12
U2B-7
PIM:32
Direct Connection
28
AN13/C3IN2-/U2CTS/FLT6/RE13
U2A-22
PIM:22
Direct Connection
29
AN14/RPI94/FLT7/RE14
U2A-21
PIM:21
Direct Connection
30
AN15/RPI95/FLT8/RE15
U2D-5
PIM:80
Direct Connection
31
RPI24/RA8
U2A-18
PIM:18
Direct Connection
32
FLT32/RP36/RB4
U2E-24
PIM:74
OA5IN+
33(1)
OA5IN+/AN24/C5IN3-/C5IN1+/SDO1/RP20/T1CK/
RA4
U2E-29
PIM:104
OA5_REF; OA5IN+
33(1)
OA5IN+/AN24/C5IN3-/C5IN1+/SDO1/RP20/T1CK/
RA4
U2A-10
PIM:10
Direct Connection
34
AN28/SDI1/RPI25/RA9
U2B-16
PIM:41
Direct Connection
35
AN29/SCK1/RPI51/RC3
U2E-19
PIM:69
Direct Connection
36
AN30/CVREF+/RPI52/RC4
U2B-24
PIM:49
Direct Connection
37
AN31/RPI53/RC5
(Note 4)
(Note 4)
Digital Power (DVDD)
38
VDD
U2E-13
PIM:63
Direct Connection
39
OSC1/CLKI/AN49/RPI60/RC12
U2E-14
PIM:64
Direct Connection
40
OSC2/CLKO/RPI63/RC15
(Note 3)
(Note 3)
Digital Ground (DGND)
41
VSS
U2E-9
PIM:59
Direct Connection
42
RPI72/RD8
U2B-2
PIM:27
Direct Connection
43
PGED2/SDA1/RP37/RB5
U2B-1
PIM:26
Direct Connection
44
PGEC2/SCL1/RP38/RB6
U2E-11
PIM:61
Direct Connection
45
AN48/CVREF2O/RPI58/RC10
U2D-2
PIM:77
OA5OUT
U2D-7
PIM:82
Direct Connection
47
RPI61/RC13
U2B-15
PIM:40
Direct Connection
48
AN26/CVREF1O/ASCL1/RP40/T4CK/RB8
U2D-6
PIM:81
OA5IN-
49(1)
OA5IN-/AN27/C5IN1-/ASDA1/RP41/RB9
U2B-22
PIM:47
Direct Connection
50
AN53/RP54/RC6
U2E-20
PIM:70
Direct Connection
51
AN52/RP55/RC7
U2D-13
PIM:88
Direct Connection
52
AN51/RP56/RC8
U2E-10
PIM:60
Direct Connection
53
RP69/RD5
U2E-4
PIM:54
Direct Connection
54
RP70/RD6
U2D-12
PIM:87
Direct Connection
55
AN54/RP57/RC9
56
VCAP
46(1)
dsPIC33EV256GM106 Device
Functional Description
OA5OUT/AN25/C5IN4-/RP39/INT0/RB7
(Note 4)
(Note 4)
Digital Power (DVDD)
57
VDD
U2B-23
PIM:48
Direct Connection
58
RPI96/RF0
U2B-25
PIM:50
Direct Connection
59
RP97/RF1
U2A-3
PIM:03
Direct Connection
60
RP42/PWM1H3/RB10
U2A-9
PIM:09
Linked to PIM:03
60(1)
RP42/PWM1H3/RB10
U2D-25
PIM:100
Direct Connection
61
RP43/PWM1L3/RB11
U2A-8
PIM:08
Linked to PIM:100
61(1)
RP43/PWM1L3/RB11
U2D-24
PIM:99
Direct Connection
62
RPI44/PWM1H2/RB12
U2A-7
PIM:07
Linked to PIM:99
62(1)
RPI44/PWM1H2/RB12
U2D-23
PIM:98
Direct Connection
63
Note 1:
2:
3:
4:
RPI45/PWM1L2/CTPLS/RB13
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a passive network. A direct connection can be implemented by
removing some components and/or replacing some with 0 Ohm resistors.
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a 0 Ohm resistor, which can be removed if desired.
Digital Ground (DGND) connects to PIM pins 15, 36, 45, 65 and 75, which are connector pins U2A-15, U2B-11, U2B-20,
U2E-15 and U2E-25.
Digital Power (DVDD) connects to PIM pins 2, 16, 37, 46, 62 and 86, which are connector pins U2A-2, U2A-16, U2B-12,
U2B-21, U2E-12 and U2D-11.
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TABLE 3: DEVICE TO PIN PIM MAPPING (SORTED BY DEVICE PIN NUMBER) (CONTINUED)
Connector
PIM
Pin #
U2A-6
PIM:06
Linked to PIM:98
63(1)
U2A-1
PIM:01
Direct Connection
64
U2A-11
PIM:11
Not Connected
U2A-12
PIM:12
Not Connected
U2A-23
PIM:23
Not Connected
U2B-3
PIM:28
Not Connected
U2B-4
PIM:29
Not Connected
U2B-8
PIM:33
Not Connected
U2B-9
PIM:34
Not Connected
U2B-17
PIM:42
Not Connected
U2E-1
PIM:51
Not Connected
U2E-2
PIM:52
Not Connected
U2E-3
PIM:53
Not Connected
U2E-8
PIM:58
Not Connected
U2D-3
PIM:78
Not Connected
U2D-4
PIM:79
Not Connected
U2D-10
PIM:85
Not Connected
U2D-14
PIM:89
Not Connected
U2D-16
PIM:91
Not Connected
U2D-17
PIM:92
Not Connected
U2D-20
PIM:95
Not Connected
U2D-21
PIM:96
Not Connected
U2D-22
PIM:97
Not Connected
U2E-30
PIM:105
Not Connected
Note 1:
2:
3:
4:
PIM Functional Description on Low-Voltage
Motor Control Development Bundle
Device
Pin #
dsPIC33EV256GM106 Device
Functional Description
RPI45/PWM1L2/CTPLS/RB13
AN56/RA10
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a passive network. A direct connection can be implemented by
removing some components and/or replacing some with 0 Ohm resistors.
The device pin is connected to the PIM pin through a 0 Ohm resistor, which can be removed if desired.
Digital Ground (DGND) connects to PIM pins 15, 36, 45, 65 and 75, which are connector pins U2A-15, U2B-11, U2B-20,
U2E-15 and U2E-25.
Digital Power (DVDD) connects to PIM pins 2, 16, 37, 46, 62 and 86, which are connector pins U2A-2, U2A-16, U2B-12,
U2B-21, U2E-12 and U2D-11.
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DS50002225A-page 7
100-PIN HEADER SCHEMATIC
DVDD
C1
0.1 μF
16V
0603
Pin 10
dsPIC33EV256GM106
DS50002225A-page 8
FIGURE 2:
AVDD
C3
0.1 μF
16V
0603
Pin 26
C4
0.1 μF
16V
0603
Pin 38
C6
0.1 μF
16V
0603
Pin 57
C2
0.1 μF
16V
0603
A_GND
PI M:77
PI M:76
U2 D
U2 E
U2 B
AVDD
DVDD
PIM:47
PIM:48
PIM:49
PIM:50
PIM:43
PIM:44
PIM:38
PIM:39
PIM:40
PIM:41
PIM:35
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PI M:24
PI M:25
PIM:32
DVDD
PI M:17
PI M:18
PI M:19
PI M:20
PI M:21
PI M:22
PI M:104
PI M:103
PI M:102
PI M:101
PI M:74
PI M:73
PI M:72
PI M:71
PI M:70
PI M:69
PI M:68
PI M:67
PI M:66
D_GND
T P LOOP Black
A_GND
R33
J1
T P LOOP Black
0R 0603
R34
PI M:64
PI M:63
DVDD
PI M:61
PI M:60
PI M:59
PI M:57
PI M:56
PI M:55
PI M:54
0R 0603
TP1
C25
DNP
TP2
TP3
TP4
TP5
TP6
C26
DNP
C27
DNP
C28
DNP
C29
DNP
C30
DNP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
PI M:13
PI M:14
U2 A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
PIM:26
PIM:27
PI M:01
DVDD
PI M: 03
PI M:04
PI M:05
PI M:06
PI M:07
PI M:08
PI M:09
PI M:10
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
4 3 2 1
PI M:84
PI M:83
PI M:82
PI M:81
PI M:80
PI M:88
PI M:87
PI M:90
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
PI M:94
PI M:93
PI M:100
PI M:99
PI M:98
DVDD
DVDD
TP7
TP8
TP9
TP10
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FIGURE 3:
64-PIN DEVICE SCHEMATIC
PIM: 03
PIM: 100
PIM: 99
PIM: 98
PIM: 94
PIM: 93
PI M: 13
7
56
C5
10 μF
6.3V
1206
DVDD
AVDD
10
26
38
57
19
MCL R
PI M: 48
PI M: 50
PI M: 84
PI M: 83
PI M: 76
PI M: 20
58
59
4
5
6
8
VDD
VDD
VDD
VDD
AVDD
DNP
R9
0R 0603
R15
DS50002225A-page 9
0R 0603
R32
DNP
dsPI C_PI N_18
DNP
R30
DNP
R31
DNP
PIM: 07
TP11
d sPIC_PI N_13
PIM: 04
PIM: 05
PGE D3/OA2IN-/AN2/C2IN1-/SS1/RPI 32/CTED2/RB0
PGE C3/OA1OUT/AN3/C1IN4-/C4IN2-/RPI33/CTED1/RB1
PGE C1/OA1IN+/AN4/C1IN3-/C1IN1+/C2IN3-/RPI34/RB2
PGE D1/OA1IN-/AN5/C1IN1-/(CT MUC)/RP35/RB3
FLT 32/RP36/RB4
PGE D2/SDA1/RP37/RB5
PGE C2/SCL1/RP38/RB6
OA5OUT/AN25/C5IN4-/RP39/INT0/RB7
AN26/CVREF1O/ASCL1/RP40/T4CK/RB8
OA5IN-/AN27/C5IN1-/ASDA1/RP41/RB9
RP42/PWM1H3/RB10
RP43/PWM1L 3/RB11
RPI 44/PWM1H2/RB12
RPI 45/PWM1L 2/CTPLS/RB13
RPI 46/PWM1H1/T3CK /RB14
RPI 47/PWM1L1/T5CK /RB15
R18
0R 0603
R36
DNP
TP12
1
PIM: 06
OA3OUT/AN6/C3IN4-/C4IN4-/C4IN1+/RP48/RC0
OA3IN-/AN7/C3IN1-/C4IN1-/RP49/RC1
OA3IN+/AN8/C3IN3-/C3IN1+/RPI 50/U1R T S/BCL K1/FLT 3/RC2
AN12/C2IN2-/C5IN2-/U2R T S/B CL K 2/FL T 5/R E 12
AN29/SCK1/RPI 51/RC3
AN13/C3IN2-/U2CT S/FLT 6/R E13
AN30/CVREF+ /RPI 52/RC4
AN14/R PI 94/FLT 7/R E14
AN31/RPI 53/RC5
AN15/R PI 95/FLT 8/R E15
AN53/RP54/RC6
AN52/RP55/RC7
R PI 96/RF0
AN51/RP56/RC8
R P97/RF1
AN54/RP57/RC9
AN48/CVREF2O/RPI 58/RC10
AN19/R P118/RG6
AN11/C1IN2-/U1CT S/FLT4/RC11
AN18/R PI 119/RG7
OSC1/CLK I /AN49/RPI 60/RC12
AN17/R P120/RG8
RPI 61/RC13
AN16/R PI 121/RG9
OSC2/CLKO/RPI 63/RC15
R42
dsPI C_PI N_17
R29
dsPIC3 3E P512GM7 06
dsPIC33EV256GM106-I/PT
dsPI C_PI N_16
DNP
PIM: 08
1
R6
PI M: 72
DNP 0603
R7
47k 1%
0603
R1
15
16
17
18
32
43
44
46
48
49
60
61
62
63
2
3
21
22
23
35
36
37
50
51
52
55
45
24
39
47
40
dsPIC_PIN_13
dsPIC_PIN_14
dsPIC_PIN_33
PI M: 90
PI M: 80
PI M: 10
PI M: 01
PI M: 43
PI M: 35
dsPIC_PIN_15
dsPIC_PIN_16
dsPIC_PIN_17
dsPIC_PIN_18
PI M: 18
PI M: 27
PI M: 26
dsPIC_PIN_46
PI M: 40
dsPIC_PIN_49
PI M: 03
PI M: 100
PI M: 99
PI M: 98
PI M: 94
PI M: 93
dsPIC_PIN_21
dsPIC_PIN_22
dsPIC_PIN_23
PI M: 41
PI M: 69
PI M: 49
PI M: 47
PI M: 70
PI M: 88
PI M: 87
PI M: 61
PI M: 24
PI M: 63
PI M: 82
PI M: 64
d sPIC_PI N_14
1k 1% 0603
(OA 2-I N POS)
1k 1% 0603
(OA 2-I N NEG )
dsPIC_PI N_18
(OA 1-R EF)
C14
DNP
R13
R14
DNP
PI M: 71
PI M: 101
DNP
DNP 0603
PI M: 73
(OA 1-OUT)
R10
C13
C15
DNP
C11
470 pF 0603
R4
R5
1k 1% 0603
DNP
PI M: 38
(OA 1-I N POS)
PI M: 39
(OA 1-I N NEG )
C16
R17
DNP
R16
DNP
DNP
C21
DNP
TP13
R26
1
R8
dsPIC_PI N_21
DNP
R19
47k 1%
0603
dsPIC_PI N_22
dsPI C_PI N_23
PI M: 68
R20
R23
R22
1k 1%
0603
DNP
PI M: 103
470 pF
0603
1k 1%
C18 0603
1000 pF
C19
0603
1k 1%
0603
R24
47k 1%
0603
(OA 3-OUT)
C17
R21
1k 1%
0603
R35
PI M: 57
R2
C10
1000 pF
0603
d sPIC_PI N_15
dsPIC_PI N_17
470 pF 0603
1k 1% 0603
PI M: 14
PI M: 25
PI M: 19
DNP 0603
C9
R3
47k 1%
0603
PI M: 56
(OA 2-R EF)
PI M: 102
DNP 0603
PI M: 55
PI M: 17
R12
dsPIC_PI N_16
R11
DNP
47k 1%
0603 C8
13
14
33
1
31
34
64
12
11
(OA 2-OUT)
(OA 3-R EF)
470 pF
0603
C20
PI M: 104
(OA 5-R EF)
C22
PI M: 67
(OA 3-I N NEG )
dsPIC_PI N_33
PI M: 66
(OA 3-I N POS)
dsPIC_PI N_49
DNP
0603
R37
1k 1%
0603
R39
1k 1%
0603
R43
47k 1%
0603
dsPIC_PI N_46
470 pF 0603
R38
1k 1% 0603
C23
1000 pF C24
0603
470 pF 0603
R40
1k 1%
0603
R41
DNP 0603
1
TP14
PI M: 74
(OA 5-I N POS)
PI M: 81
(OA 5-I N NEG )
PI M: 77
(OA 5-OUT)
dsPIC33EV256GM106
PI M: 44
PI M: 32
PI M: 22
PI M: 21
R28
OA2OUT/AN0/C2IN4-/C4IN3-/RPI16/RA0
OA2IN+/AN1/C2IN1+/RPI17/RA1
OA5IN+/AN24/C5IN3-/C5IN1+/SD O1/RP20/T1CK /RA4
AN55/RA7
RPI 24/RA8
AN28/SDI1/RPI 25/RA9
AN56/RA10
AN9/RPI 27/RA11
AN10/RPI 28/RA12
VCAP
53
R P69/RD5
54 R P70/RD6
42
R PI 72/RD8
27
28
29
30
R27
DNP
PIM: 09
U1
9
VSS
25
41 VSS
VSS
20
AVSS
PI M: 60
PI M: 54
PI M: 59
R25
DNP
dsPIC33EV256GM106
Table 4 classifies the passive components according to
their functionalities and also presents the design
equations applicable in each case.
TABLE 4:
Op Amp
#
1
2
3
5
ANALOG FUNCTIONALITY LISTING
Analog Function
Passive Components
Design Equations
R13 = R14 = R16 = R17 = R
C14 = C16 = C
R10 = R11
Low-Pass Filter
R13, R14, R16, R17,
C14, C15, C16
Reference Voltage Bias
R10, R11
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
Differential Amplifier Feedback
R7
Low-Pass Filter
R20, R21, R22, R23,
C17, C18, C19
Reference Voltage Bias
R19, R24
Differential Amplifier Input
R20, R21, R22, R23
Differential Amplifier Feedback
R19
Low-Pass Filter
R37, R38, R39, R40,
C22, C23, C24
Reference Voltage Bias
R26, R43
1
Common-mode f-3 dB  --------------2RC
Differential Amplifier Input
R37, R38, R39, R40
1
Differential mode f-3 dB  -------------------------------------------
2  2R  C
---- + C 23
2

Differential Amplifier Feedback
R43
R 43
DifferentialAmplifierGain = ------2R
DS50002225A-page 10
1
Common-mode f-3 dB  --------------2RC
1
Differential mode f-3 dB  -------------------------------------------C

2  2R   ---- + C 15
2
R 11
DifferentialAmplifierGain = ------2R
R2 = R3 = R4 = R5 = R
C9 = C11 = C
R1 = R7
1
Common-mode f-3 dB  --------------2RC
1
Differential mode f-3 dB  -------------------------------------------C
2  2R   ---- + C 10
2
R
DifferentialAmplifierGain = ------72R
R20 = R21 = R22 = R23 = R
C17 = C19 = C
R24 = R19
1
Common-mode f-3 dB  --------------2RC
1
Differential mode f-3 dB  -------------------------------------------C
2  2R   ---- + C 18
2

R 19
DifferentialAmplifierGain = ------2R
R37 = R38 = R39= R40 = R
C22 = C24 = C
R26 = R43
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PIM:38, the negative input is PIM:39 and the output is
PIM:19. All of these three signals are routed to
Connector C on the Signal Board for easy prototyping.
Op Amp 1, as seen in Figure 4, is not used by default.
This means that if the filter, bias and feedback circuit will
be populated and configured by software, it can be used
as a general purpose op amp. The positive input will be
FIGURE 4:
INTERNAL OP AMP CONFIGURATION
C
PIM:101 (VREF)
D
dsPIC33EV256GM106
PIM:38
PIM:39
B
OA1
Bypass
Circuit
A
C
PIM:102 (VREF)
B
PIM:73
PIM:71
17
F
18
–
E
14
+
F
15
–
E
23
F
22
E
33
F
49
General Purpose
Op Amp
+
16
Op Amp 1
PIM:19 if Enabled by R12
D
Filter,
Feedback
and Bias
Circuit
A
E
C
13
Op Amp 2
PIM:72 if Enabled by R6
D
PIM:103 (VREF)
B
PIM:66
Filter,
Feedback
and Bias
Circuit
A
PIM:67
C
+
21
Op Amp 3
PIM:68 if Enabled by R8
–
D
PIM:104 (VREF)
B
PIM:74
Filter,
Feedback
and Bias
Circuit
A
PIM:81
C
+
46
Op Amp 5
D
C
47k
47k
470 pF
1k
DNP
DNP
1k
DNP
E
B
470 pF
Filter, Feedback and Bias Circuit
DNP
E
DNP
DNP
F
1k
DNP
B
1000 pF
1k
DNP
D
DNP
DNP
A
PIM:77 if Enabled by R41
–
F
A
DNP
DNP
DNP
Op Amp 1 Bypass Circuit
47k
Differential Amplifier Gain = -------------------- = 23.5
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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dsPIC33EV256GM106
Prototyping Area
This area is located on the upper side of the
dsPIC33EV256GM106 5V Motor Control PIM (see
Figure 5).
TP1 to TP10 and C25 to C30 are pads and holes available for further enhancement and prototyping directly on
the PIM. The right pads (marked with red) are internally
FIGURE 5:
connected to Analog Ground (AGND). The rest of the
pads are connected only to the nearest test point. With
this configuration, extra SMD resistors or capacitors can
be added to the circuit by soldering them on the pads,
and then soldering wires from the test points to the place
on the PIM where the added components are needed.
PROTOTYPING AREA
TP3
TP6
DS50002225A-page 12
TP7
TP4
TP8
TP1
[C27]
[C28]
[C25]
[C30]
[C29]
[C26]
TP10
TP5
TP9
TP2
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•
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•
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•
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•
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•
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ISBN: 978-1-62077-878-4
QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
CERTIFIED BY DNV
== ISO/TS 16949 ==
 2014 Microchip Technology Inc.
Microchip received ISO/TS-16949:2009 certification for its worldwide
headquarters, design and wafer fabrication facilities in Chandler and
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
analog products. In addition, Microchip’s quality system for the design
and manufacture of development systems is ISO 9001:2000 certified.
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