EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board User's Guide

EMC1182
Temperature Sensor
Evaluation Board
User’s Guide
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Table of Contents
Preface ........................................................................................................................... 7
Introduction............................................................................................................ 7
Document Layout .................................................................................................. 7
Conventions Used in this Guide ............................................................................ 8
Recommended Reading........................................................................................ 9
The Microchip Web Site ........................................................................................ 9
Customer Support ................................................................................................. 9
Document Revision History ................................................................................... 9
Chapter 1. Product Overview
1.1 Introduction ................................................................................................... 11
1.2 EMC1182 Device Features .......................................................................... 11
1.3 What is the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board? .................. 11
1.4 What the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board Kit Contains ... 12
Chapter 2. Installation and Operation
2.1 Getting Started ............................................................................................. 13
2.1.1 System Requirements ............................................................................... 13
2.1.2 Installing the Evaluation Board .................................................................. 13
Chapter 1. Hardware Description
1.1 Introduction ................................................................................................... 19
1.1.1 Power Source ............................................................................................ 19
1.2 USB-to-SMBus Bridge .................................................................................. 19
1.2.1 Direct SMBus Connect Option .................................................................. 19
1.2.2 Supplemental 1.8V SMBus Pull-up ........................................................... 19
1.3 Resistance Error Correction (REC) .............................................................. 20
1.4 Test Points ................................................................................................... 20
1.5 LED Indicators .............................................................................................. 20
1.6 Remote Diodes ............................................................................................. 21
1.7 Other Sensor Features ................................................................................. 21
Chapter 2. Software Description
2.1 Chip Manager Application Overview ............................................................ 23
2.1.1 Real-Time Register Graphs ....................................................................... 23
2.1.2 Selecting Registers to Plot ........................................................................ 24
2.1.3 Starting the Plots ....................................................................................... 25
2.1.4 Sampling a Plot ......................................................................................... 25
2.1.5 Exporting and Importing the Plot Data ...................................................... 26
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Appendix A. Schematic and Layouts
A.1 Introduction .................................................................................................. 27
A.2 Board – EMC1182 and Interface Schematic ................................................ 28
A.3 Board – USB-to-SMBus Bridge Schematic .................................................. 29
A.4 Board – Top Silk .......................................................................................... 30
A.5 Board – Top Pads ........................................................................................ 30
A.6 Board – Top Copper .................................................................................... 30
A.7 Board – Bottom Copper ............................................................................... 30
A.8 Board – Bottom Pads ................................................................................... 30
A.9 Board – Bottom Silk ..................................................................................... 30
Appendix B. Bill of Materials (BOM)
Worldwide Sales and Service .....................................................................................34
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Preface
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS
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INTRODUCTION
This chapter contains general information that will be useful to know before using the
EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board. Items discussed in this chapter
include:
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Document Layout
Conventions Used in this Guide
Recommended Reading
The Microchip Web Site
Customer Support
Document Revision History
DOCUMENT LAYOUT
This document describes how to use the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation
Board as a development tool to emulate and debug firmware on a target board. The
manual layout is as follows:
• Chapter 1. “Product Overview” – Important information about the EMC1182
Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board.
• Chapter 2. “Installation and Operation” – Includes instructions on installing and
starting the SMSC™ Chip Manager application.
• Chapter 3. “Hardware Description” – Shows hardware details of the EMC1182
Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board.
• Chapter 4. “Software Description” – Describes the main operations in the
SMSC Chip Manager software.
• Appendix A. “Schematic and Layouts” – Shows the schematic and layout
diagrams for the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board.
• Appendix B. “Bill of Materials (BOM)” – Lists the parts used to build the
EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board.
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CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS GUIDE
This manual uses the following documentation conventions:
DOCUMENTATION CONVENTIONS
Description
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Italic characters
Initial caps
Quotes
Underlined, italic text with
right angle bracket
Bold characters
N‘Rnnnn
Text in angle brackets < >
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Represents
Referenced books
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A dialog
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dialog
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MPLAB® IDE User’s Guide
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select Enable Programmer
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A number in verilog format,
where N is the total number of
digits, R is the radix and n is a
digit.
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Click OK
Click the Power tab
4‘b0010, 2‘hF1
Italic Courier New
Sample source code
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File paths
Keywords
Command-line options
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Constants
A variable argument
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user
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Examples
File>Save
Press <Enter>, <F1>
#define START
autoexec.bat
c:\mcc18\h
_asm, _endasm, static
-Opa+, -Opa0, 1
0xFF, ‘A’
file.o, where file can be
any valid filename
mcc18 [options] file
[options]
errorlevel {0|1}
var_name [,
var_name...]
void main (void)
{ ...
}
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RECOMMENDED READING
This user's guide describes how to use the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation
Board. Another useful document is listed below. The following Microchip document is
available and recommended as a supplemental reference resource.
• EMC1182 Data Sheet – “Dual Channel 1.8V SMBus/I2C Temperature Sensor
with Resistance Error Correction, Beta Compensation”
(EMC1182 DS Rev. 1.0)
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DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY
Revision A (August 2013)
• Initial Release of this Document.
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Chapter 1. Product Overview
1.1
INTRODUCTION
The EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board provides an easily accessible
platform to test the various features of the EMC1182. The System Management Bus
(SMBus) communication is accomplished using an Universal Serial Bus (USB) bridge,
providing a standard interface for the application code interface. The board is populated with a 3x3 DFN version of the EMC1182 device.
1.2
EMC1182 DEVICE FEATURES
The EMC1182 device is a two-channel SMBus temperature sensor featuring both
pin-selectable and fixed SMBus address capability. The communications bus is also
compatible with I2C communication protocol (see SMSC® application note AN 14.0
rev.1.1 - “SMSC Dedicated Slave Devices in I2C Systems” for details on the differences
between the SMSC SMBus implementation and standard I2C/SMBus).
One externally connected temperature diode and one internal diode are available for
temperature sensing. THERM and ALERT outputs have programmable temperature
limits.
1.3
WHAT IS THE EMC1182 TEMPERATURE SENSOR EVALUATION BOARD?
All functions of the EMC1182 device can be tested and observed using the USB-based
EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board. Figure 1-1 shows the block diagram
of this board.
USB
Connector
USB to SMBus
Bridge
SMBus
Connector
Address
Select
SMBus
ALERT#
ALERT#
EMC1182
8LD 3x3
DFN
REC
EXT DIODE 1
EXT DIODE 1
Temperature
Monitor
FIGURE 1-1:
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The evaluation system is comprised of the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation
Board and the SMSC Chip Manager application. The EMC1182 Temperature Sensor
Evaluation Board has the following features:
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Headers for connecting an external diode or CPU/GPU
Resistance Error Correction verification
USB-to-SMBus bridge for power and communications
Capability to connect directly to an external SMBus master
The user can perform the following operations using the Chip Manager:
• Viewing and changing register values
• Saving settings of all registers, allowing for quick configuration at a later time
• Graphing of any register
The evaluation board was designed for ease of use and experimentation purposes.
Figure 1-2 shows the top silk screen of the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation
Board.
SMBus Jumper
Remote Diode
USB
Connector
EMC1182
FIGURE 1-2:
1.4
EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board Top Silk Screen.
WHAT THE EMC1182 TEMPERATURE SENSOR EVALUATION BOARD KIT
CONTAINS
This EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board kit includes:
• EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board (ADM00516)
• Supplied USB cable
• Important Information Sheet
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Chapter 2. Installation and Operation
2.1
GETTING STARTED
2.1.1
System Requirements
To use the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board, the following are required:
• A PC running the Microsoft® Windows® operating system
• A display resolution of 800x600 or larger, for viewing several windows
simultaneously
• An available USB port
2.1.2
Installing the Evaluation Board
Follow the next steps to install the SMSC Chip Manager.
1. Download the ChipMan.zip file from the board web page. Unzip the archive.
The application’s revision history and install/uninstall notes may be found in the
readme.txt file.
2. To install the Chip Manager application and the device driver on the PC, run the
Setup.exe.
3. Connect the supplied USB cable to an available USB port on the PC. Plug the
mini-B end of the USB cable into the board connector P3. The +3.3V and the
Bridge ACT LEDs should illuminate.
4. If the USB Bridge driver has not previously been installed on the selected USB
port, the Driver Software Installation window pops up, prompting for the driver
install (see Figure 2-1).
FIGURE 2-1:
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5. After the driver installation is complete, the initial setup screen for the Chip
Manager application appears (see Figure 2-2). Click Next to start the installation.
FIGURE 2-2:
InstallShield Wizard Startup Window.
6. Read and accept the licensing agreement, in order to complete the installation.
To continue, click Yes.
FIGURE 2-3:
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7. On the Choose Destination Location dialog, browse for the desired location, or
click Next to install in the default location (see Figure 2-4). The application setup
window appears, showing the installation progress (see Figure 2-5).
FIGURE 2-4:
Destination Path Dialog.
FIGURE 2-5:
Setup Progress Window.
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8. After the setup is complete, the MSXML Parser used by the Chip Manager
software is installed, as shown in Figure 2-6. Once the setup completes
successfully, press Finish to exit the install.
FIGURE 2-6:
MSXML Parser Install Window.
9. Start the software by either going to Windows Start button > All Programs >
SMSC > SMSC Chip Manager or by double-clicking the software icon (
) on
the desktop. The evaluation board software will initialize and the SMSC Chip
Manager with the Quick Help screen appears (see Figure 2-7).
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SMSC Chip Manager with Quick Help Window.
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10. If a message stating that no device has been selected appears, click Yes to
select a device. Alternatively, go to the Chip Manager’s main menu, select
Options > Select Device. In either case, the Select SMSC Device window displays, as shown in Figure 2-8.
In the “SMSC Device” list, choose EMC1182. From the “Master Controller”
drop-down list choose “SMBus USB-SMB-SPI Bridge”. Click OK to complete the
device selection.
FIGURE 2-8:
Select SMSC Device Window.
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11. From the Chip Manager main menu, ensure that Options > Auto refresh
Registers is checked. In the left panel, click the hardware monitor (HWM) to
expand the content, then select any of the register groups, as shown in
Figure 2-9. The USB Activity LED on the board starts blinking when any of the
register groups are selected. The register values are automatically updated
every second when the Auto Refresh option is on.
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Chapter 3. Hardware Description
3.1
INTRODUCTION
The EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board provides the means to
demonstrate all of the EMC1182 features, and allows the registers to be viewed and
modified. LEDs indicating status information and test points are included to enable
system voltage monitoring, using a voltmeter or an oscilloscope.
3.1.1
Power Source
The board requires only one universal serial bus (USB) connection to power the board.
The USB-to-SMBus bridge regulates the +5V USB power to +3.3V used by the
EMC1182 and other evaluation board circuitry.
3.2
USB-TO-SMBUS BRIDGE
The USB-to-SMBus bridge is based on an 8-bit microcontroller with integrated USB
and SMBus interfaces, as well as internal flash and RAM. During the evaluation board
manufacturing process, the firmware is loaded into the bridge that provides the interface between the USB and the SMBus. Power is sourced to the microcontroller from
the USB interface for device power and communication.
3.2.1
Direct SMBus Connect Option
It is also possible to connect an external SMBus master to the EMC1182 Temperature
Sensor Evaluation Board. A few jumper settings are required to drive the EMC1182 on
the evaluation board, as explained in the following steps:
• Remove the jumpers on header JP10 and connect the SMBus master to the SDA,
SCL and ALERT pins (3, 5 and 7, respectively), as well as an external supply for
+3.3V (pin 1).
• Remove resistors R19, R20, R22 and R25, shown in Figure 3-1.
• The +3.3V can be supplied by the SMBus bridge by leaving the +3.3V jumper in
place and retaining the USB connection.
3.2.2
Supplemental 1.8V SMBus Pull-up
A 1.8V (nominal) linear regulator is placed on the board along with the jumpers to
connect SDA and SCL to a 1.8V pull-up supply. Once the jumper resistors are
disconnected, jumpers connecting J2-1 to J2-2 and J2-3 to J2-4 may be installed to
activate the 1.8V pull-ups. This jumper is identified in Figure 3-1 by the blue circle.
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Remove resistors for
Direct SMBus Connect
FIGURE 3-1:
3.3
Jumpers connection for
1.8V pull-up activation
SMBus Jumper Resistors.
RESISTANCE ERROR CORRECTION (REC)
The external diode 1 (Q1) on the board has a series resistance adjustment on the DN
line. Checking the Resistance Error Correction (REC) feature is accomplished by
turning the resistor wheel R5. With the REC on, the temperature will not change as the
wheel is turned. With REC off, a significant temperature error will occur.
3.4
TEST POINTS
The EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board includes test points for the
following:
• ALERT output (TP1)
• THERM output (TP2)
3.5
LED INDICATORS
Table 3-1 details the LEDs status of the following signals:
TABLE 3-1:
LED STATUS INDICATORS
LED No.
Signal
When LED is OFF
When LED is ON
Color
LED1
ALERT
+3.3V power OFF
ALERT
red
LED3
+3.3V
+3.3V power OFF
+3.3V power ON
green
LED4
Bridge Activity
NO Activity on USB/SMBus Bridge
Activity on USB/SMBus Bridge
green
LED5
USB Activity
NO Activity on USB port
Activity on USB port
green
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3.6
REMOTE DIODES
The evaluation board is populated with jumpers to connect to the on-board diode or an
off-board diode (see Table 3-2).
To connect to an off-board CPU or GPU, remove both jumpers from header J1. Then
connect Pin 1 to the ‘remote+’ terminal of the off-board diode and Pin 2 to the ‘remote–’
terminal of the off-board diode. Make sure a common ground exists between the
off-board diode (GPU, etc.) and the evaluation board. Ensure that the off-board diode
is properly biased. Consult the CPU manufacturer’s data sheet for guidance on
interfacing to the thermal diode. Refer to the EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation
Board schematic in Appendix A. “Schematic and Layouts” for details on the
evaluation board header connections.
TABLE 3-2:
Jumper
J1
REMOTE DIODE CONFIGURATIONS
Configuration
On-board diode (Q1)
General purpose remote diode
CPU/GPU diode
3.7
Pin 1
Pin 2
Pin 3
remote+/DP
open
short/DP
open
Pin 4
short/DN
remote–/DN
good common ground
OTHER SENSOR FEATURES
Other features, such as Conversion Rate, Dynamic Averaging and Digital Filtering, can
be controlled with the EMC1182 registers. Refer to the device data sheet for details on
the register description.
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Chapter 4. Software Description
4.1
CHIP MANAGER APPLICATION OVERVIEW
The Chip Manager application enables the user to display temperature readings, set
temperature limits and read/write configuration register values. The Chip Manager
initially displays a Quick Help screen (see Figure 2-7). For detailed information on
application features and usage, select Help > Contents to display the HTML-based
Help document, as shown in Figure 4-1.
FIGURE 4-1:
4.1.1
Chip Manager Help Screen.
Real-Time Register Graphs
The Chip Manager software has the ability to plot register values in real-time, up to a
10 Hz continuous rate.
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4.1.2
Selecting Registers to Plot
1. To plot a register, right-click the desired register name or value. Select the “Add
Register(s) to Plot” from the context menu (see Figure 4-2), to add the register
or value to the plot list.
FIGURE 4-2:
Adding Registers to Plot.
2. Once the desired register is added to be plotted, a graphic plot window will
appear with a legend on top, as shown in Figure 4-3. The two windows can be
rearranged independently.
FIGURE 4-3:
Register Plot Window.
3. To plot additional registers, go back to the Chip Manager main window and
repeat Step 1.
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4.1.3
Starting the Plots
All plots can be started simultaneously by selecting Control > Plots > Start All Plots from
the menu, in the main application window. Multiple plots will be in sync if they are
started simultaneously.
Individual plots may be paused at any time by clicking Control > Pause in the plot
window. This will not cause loss of captured data on the other plot windows.
For a better view on the plot, select a different “Time per division” value in the
drop-down menu at the bottom of the plotting window. This scale change affects both
the real-time mode and the playback mode, while the rate at which data is recorded is
unaffected.
4.1.4
Sampling a Plot
Figure 4-4 is an example of temperature history. Internal Temperature, External
Diode 1 Temperature and External Diode 1 High Limit are selected for plotting. The
results after the plot starting are that the External Diode Temperature High Limit is
reduced, the External diode 1 starts at room temperature and is then heated by simply
placing a finger on the external diode Q1.
FIGURE 4-4:
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EMC1182 Temperature History Graph.
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4.1.5
Exporting and Importing the Plot Data
The data on each plot window may be stored in a semicolon-separated text file. To save
the data, follow the steps:
1. Stop the plotting by selecting Control > Stop from the plot window, or Control >
Plots > Stop All Plots from the Chip Manager main window.
2. Select File > Export from the plot window to save the data.
To review saved data:
1. Select File > Import from an open plot window and then select the file name to
open.
Note:
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Importing a saved data file into a plot window with a different data type is
not allowed by the Chip Manager application. In this case, a warning
message will display. It is recommended to choose a file name that reflects
the data type when exporting the plot data.
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EMC1182 TEMPERATURE
SENSOR EVALUATION
BOARD USER’S GUIDE
Appendix A. Schematic and Layouts
A.1
INTRODUCTION
This appendix contains the following schematics and layouts for the EMC1182
Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Board – EMC1182 and Interface Schematic
Board – USB-to-SMBus Bridge Schematic
Board – Top Silk
Board – Top Pads
Board – Top Copper
Board – Bottom Copper
Board – Bottom Pads
Board – Bottom Silk
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BOARD – EMC1182 AND INTERFACE SCHEMATIC
EMC1182
8-DFN 3mm x 3mm
SMBus ADDR = 98h
+3.3V
+1.8V_SMBus
C2
1.0uF
16V
C1
0.1uF
16V
R1
10.0k
1/10W
R2
10.0k
1/10W
+3.3V
R3
324
1/16W
J1
2
Q1
MMBT3904
40V / 0.1A
1
C4
22pF
50V
Remote
Diode
Connect
DN1
0-200
1/2W
R5
2
4
C3
2200pF
50V
ALERT#
J2
HDR_2x2
U1
1
2
3
4
9
TP1
VDD
SMCLK
DP
SMDATA
DN
ALERT#/THERM2#
THERM# / ADDR
GND
GNDSLUG
8
7
6
5
R4
10.0k
1/10W
Red
LED1
ALERT# 3
SCL
SDA
SCL 3
SDA 3
+3.3V
2
EXT Diode 1
REC
3
HDR_2x2
DP1
ADDR_SEL
EMC1182
NOTE: Address Select
functional only on -A parts
J3
HDR_2x8
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
C5
1.0uF
16V
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
2
4
1
3
1
3
1
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A.2
THERM#
TP2
R8
6.8k
0.1W
R9
10.0k
1/10W
R10
15.0k
1/10W
Do Not Place
J3
R7-R11
R11
22.0k
1/10W
R12
33k
1/10W
Resistor
4.7k
6.8k
10k
15k
22k
33k
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Schematic and Layouts
R7
4.7k
1/10W
Address options:
Address
Hex
1111_100
F8
1011_100
B8
1001_100
98
1101_100
D8
0011_100
38
0111_100
78
BOARD – USB-TO-SMBUS BRIDGE SCHEMATIC
C8051F320 USB to SMBus Bridge
+3.3V_8051
R13
1.00k
1/10W
+3.3V_8051
U2
+3.3V_8051
+3.3V
SMBus ENABLE
R14
10.0k
1/10W
R15
10.0k
1/10W
J5
DNP HDR_2x4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2 SDA
2 SCL
2 ALERT#
R16
10.0k
1/10W
C6
0.1uF
16V
SDA_8051
SCL_8051
USB_ACT
BRIDGE_ACT
1
R21
324
1/16W
R20
R22
LED3
Green
ZERO
1/10W
INT#_8051
ZERO
1/10W
ZERO
1/10W
R23
324
1/16W
R24
324
1/16W
6
5
4
3
2
1
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
VDD
P3.0
P3.1
P3.2
P3.3
P3.4
P3.5
P3.6
P3.7
P0.0
P0.1
P0.2
P0.3
P0.4
P0.5
P0.6/XTAL1
P0.7/XTAL2
P1.0
P1.1
P1.2
P1.3
P1.4
P1.5
P1.6
P1.7
P4.0
P4.1
P4.2
P4.3
P4.4
P4.5
P4.6
P4.7
C2D
C2CK/RST
P2.0
P2.1
P2.2
P2.3
P2.4
P2.5
P2.6
P2.7
VREGIN
VBUS
DD+
GND
1
+3.3V
1
R19
10
R25
ZERO
1/10W
LED4
Green
Bridge ACT
LED5
Green
1
3
5
7
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
C7
1.0uF
16V
HDR_2x4
P1
DNP
+5V_USB
11
12
P2
9
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
DD+
7
C9
1.0uF
16V
C8
0.1uF
16V
Note: Place
near U10 pin 7
E-GND used as ESD
ring around board
U3
1
2
3
IN
+1.8V_SMBus
VOUT
5
GND
ENBLE NC
R18
1.00k
1/10W
2
4
6
8
14
13
USB Activity
+3.3V_8051
Flash Prog
Header
R17
1.00k
1/10W
2
+3.3V
2
2
C8051F340
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
4
TPS76318
1.8V/150mA
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B1
B2
Black Rubber Bumper
Black Rubber Bumper
B3
B4
Black Rubber Bumper
Black Rubber Bumper
VBUS
DD+
ID
GND
SHIELD1
SHIELD2
SHIELD3
SHIELD4
USB mini AB SMD
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A.3
EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board User’s Guide
A.4
BOARD – TOP SILK
A.5
BOARD – TOP PADS
A.6
BOARD – TOP COPPER
A.7
BOARD – BOTTOM COPPER
A.8
BOARD – BOTTOM PADS
A.9
BOARD – BOTTOM SILK
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EMC1182 TEMPERATURE
SENSOR EVALUATION
BOARD USER’S GUIDE
Appendix B. Bill of Materials (BOM)
TABLE B-1:
Qty.
BILL OF MATERIAL (BOM)
Reference
Description
Manufacturer
Richco®
Part Number
4
B1, B2, B3, B4
Bumper blk .3705.19" cylinder
3
C1, C6, C8
Capacitor ceramic 0.1 µF 16V 10% X7R Panasonic® - ECG
0603
4
C2, C5, C7, C9 Capacitor ceramic 1.0 µF 16 VDC 10%
X5R 06
Panasonic - ECG
ECJ-1VB1C105K
1
C3
Capacitor ceramic 2200 pF
50V 20% X7R 060
Murata Electronics®
GRM188R71H222MA01D
1
C4
Capacitor ceramic 22 pF 50V NP0 0603 KEMET®
C0603C220J5GACTU
2
J1, J2
Header, 2 X 2, 0.1 inch, vertical
Samtec, Inc.
TSW-102-07-L-D
0
J3
Header, 2 X 8, 0.1 inch, vertical
Samtec, Inc.
TSW-108-07-L-D
1
J3
Header, 1 X 2, 0.1 Inch, vertical,
DO NOT POPULATE
Molex® Connector
Corporation
22-28-4020
1
J5
Header, 2 X 4, 0.1 INCH, vertical
Samtec, Inc.
TSW-104-07-L-D
1
LED1
LED red clear 0603 SMT
Lite-On® Technology
Corporation
LTST-C190CKT
3
LED3, LED4,
LED5
LED green SMT
Stanley
Electric Co., Ltd.
BG1111C-TR
1
P1
Connector Header 8 POS 2MM right
angle gold
Molex Connector
Corporation
87833-0820
1
P2
Connector recept. USB mini AB
5 POS right angle
Molex Connector
Corporation
56579-0576
1
PCB
EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board – Printed Circuit Board
—
104-00516
1
Q1
Transistor NPN SOT-23 MMBT3904
Fairchild
Semiconductor®
MMBT3904
6
R1, R2, R4,
R14, R15, R16
Resistor 10.0K Ohm 1/10W 1% 0603
Yageo Corporation
RC0603FR-0710KL
0
R10
Resistor 15.0K Ohm1/10W 1% 0603
SMD, DO NOT POPULATE
Yageo Corporation
RC0603FR-0715KL
0
R11
Resistor 22.0K Ohm 1/16W 1% 0603
SMD, DO NOT POPULATE
Yageo Corporation
RC0603FR-0722KL
1
R12
Resistor 33K Ohm 1/10W 1% 0603
Yageo Corporation
RC0603FR-0733KL
3
R13, R17, R18
Resistor 1.00K Ohm 1/10W
1% 0603 SMD
Yageo Corporation
RC0603FR-071KL
4
R19, R20, R22, Resistor zero Ohm 1/10W 5% 0603
R25
Yageo Corporation
RC0603JR-070RL
4
R3, R21, R23,
R24
Resistor 324 Ohm 1/16W 1% 0603
Panasonic - ECG
ERJ-3EKF3240V
1
R5
Trimpot 200 Ohm thumb wheel
Bourns®, Inc.
3352E-1-201LF
Note 1:
, Inc.
RBS-35BK
ECJ-1VB1C104K
The components listed in this Bill of Materials are representative of the PCB assembly. The
released BOM used in manufacturing uses all RoHS-compliant components.
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EMC1182 Temperature Sensor Evaluation Board User’s Guide
TABLE B-1:
Qty.
BILL OF MATERIAL (BOM) (CONTINUED)
Reference
Description
Manufacturer
Part Number
0
R7
Resistor 4.7K Ohm 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD, Yageo Corporation
DO NOT POPULATE
9C06031A4701FKHFT
0
R8
Resistor 6.8K OHM 0.1W 5% 0603,
DO NOT POPULATE
Yageo Corporation
RC0603JR-076K8L
0
R9
Resistor 10.0K OHM 1/10W 1% 0603,
DO NOT POPULATE
Yageo Corporation
RC0603FR-0710KL
2
TP1, TP2
TEST POINT
Keystone
Electronics Corp.
5015
1
U1
Dual Channel 1.8V SMBus/I2C
Temperature Sensor with Resistance
Error Correction, Beta Compensation
Microchip
Technology Inc.
EMC1182-1-AIA-TR
1
U2
IC 8051 MCU Flash 64K 48 TQFP
Silicon
Laboratories® Inc.
C8051F340-GQ
1
U3
IC LDO Reg. 150 MA 1.8V SOT23-5
Texas Instruments
TPS76318QDBVRQ1
Note 1:
The components listed in this Bill of Materials are representative of the PCB assembly. The
released BOM used in manufacturing uses all RoHS-compliant components.
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Bill of Materials (BOM)
NOTES:
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