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Application Note 1810
Author: Rahman Sobhan
Evaluation Hardware/Software User Manual for ALS
and Proximity Sensors
Introduction
Evaluation Package (Online Order)
The Optical Sensor Evaluation Kit (OSEK) is designed to evaluate
the performance of various Optical Sensor devices. This
evaluation kit includes pads (footprints) for various different
Intersil Optical Sensor package types: 4/6/8/10-lead ODFN. Only
one device type is mounted on the board for evaluation purposes.
A fully assembled and tested evaluation board is provided.
The OSEK consists of the hardware, software, and
documentation listed in the following:
The OSEK is accompanied by a graphical user interface (GUI)
that allows real-time sensor evaluation. The GUI facilitates
evaluation of parameters, such as power consumption, lux
measurement and perform interrupt function. Data can be
viewed on the GUI and/or saved to a text file for future
analysis. The program is menu driven and offers a graphical
user interface (GUI) complete with control buttons and status
displays. The GUI software is compatible with Windows XP®,
Windows Vista®, and Windows® 7. This provides a simple user
interface for exercising the device features.
• User Guide (Online)
OSEK consists of a universal motherboard that can interface
with multiple satellite boards. The first kit ordered must
include a motherboard. Subsequently, additional
product-specific satellite boards may be ordered for use with
the same motherboard. Product-specific firmware and GUI are
supplied for all supported products. The system (MCU, DUT,
and IR LED’s) is powered directly from the universal serial bus
(USB) or from a single-supply voltage of 2.25V to 3.6V. The
OSEK must be connected to a computer through the USB port
for the system to function. The system uses a USB MCU to
communicate to the DUT via I²C/SMBus interface.
• MCU Board
• Evaluation Board (DUT Board)
• Evaluation Software (Online)
• Quick-Start Guide (Online)
• Product Datasheet (Online)
System Requirements
- Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/VISTA/WIN7
- Available USB Port
Installation of the Graphical User
Interface (GUI) Software and USB
Driver
Download the application file from the link provided in the
“Reference Documents” section. Once the application is
downloaded from the website, double-click the file to start
installing the GUI. The user will be greeted by the screen shown
in Figure 2. Continue through the installer and read the
instructions. Figure 2 through Figure 7 show the complete
installation process
The USB Evaluation Board should not be connected via the
USB until after the installation has satisfactorily completed.
The installation program places the user interface software in
the following directory.
C:\Program Files\Intersil\Intersil_ISL29XXX_HID
FIGURE 1. EVALUATION BOARDS
Reference Documents
Documentation for individual devices can be found in the
following link:
FIGURE 2. INSTALLATION WELCOME SCREEN
http://www.intersil.com/en/products/optoelectronics.html
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FIGURE 3. INSTALLATION LICENSE AGREEMENT SCREEN
FIGURE 6. INSTALLATION READY TO INSTALL SCREEN
FIGURE 4. INSTALLATION FOLDER LOCATION SCREEN
FIGURE 7. INSTALLATION READY TO INSTALL SCREEN
Running Program for ISL29011 Family
- To open the program, go to the “Start” menu, as shown in
Figure 3 (Start → Intersil → Intersil_29XXX_HID →
Intersil_29XXX_HID)
- Once you have double clicked the program, the window
displayed in Figure 8 should open
The GUI supports multiple intersil Optical Sensors.
FIGURE 5. INSTALLATION START MENU SCREEN
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- From the menu shown in Figure 11 on the left of the GUI,
choose a specific device “Operation” in which you would like
the device to operate. Detailed explanation of the operating
modes can be found in the datasheets of the individual
devices. Table 1 summarizes the different modes.
FIGURE 11. OPTICAL SENSOR OPERATING MODE SELECTION
TABLE 1. OPERATING MODES
MODE
FIGURE 8. IGUI WELCOME WINDOW
- Go to “Device Select” tab and select whichever Device you
have connected to your computer; for this example we will
use “ISL29023”, as shown in Figure 8. The “ALS/ IR Sensor
Evaluation Software” window should open. This is the main
window in which all demonstrations will be done for this
specific Sensor.
- USB Communication (Hardware) - Once the evaluation board
is connected to the PC, J1 on the PCB “Power” should light
up. If the LED is not ON, please check your connection.
- USB Communication (Software) - Check to make sure the
LED on the GUI next to “USB COMM” is green, as shown in
Figure 9. If it is not green, please check your connection.
FIGURE 9. USB CONNECTION VERIFICATION WINDOW
- Test Communication with the IC by clicking the button on
the GUI shown in Figure 9; if it shows “Good”, then the
Hardware and Software are properly set up; if it says “fail”,
then check your connections. If the problem still persists,
then you may want to restart the software. Figure 10 shows
the error message that displays if the evaluation board is
improperly attached.
EXPLANATION
Power-down Turn off and keep data in registers.
ALS Cont.
Ambient Light Sense continuously and continue
to refresh registers.
Prox. Cont.
Proximity Infrared Sense continuously and
continue to refresh registers; Flagging is
triggered by Interrupt (Scheme1).
IR Cont.
Infrared Sense continuously and continue to
refresh registers.
ALS Once
Ambient Light Sense for one conversion then
Power-down.
Prox. Once
Proximity Infrared Sense for one conversion then
Power-down; Flagging is triggered by Interrupt.
IR Once
Infrared Sense for one conversion then
Power-down.
Prox-IR.
External
Calculation
Proximity Infrared Sense continuously and
continue to refresh registers; Flagging is
triggered by Interrupt (Scheme0).
- Integration Time in Figure 12, corresponds to the resolution
of the internal ADC and the number of bits allocated to
representing Count. Higher resolution (more bits) requires a
large number of counts and will need longer acquisition
(integration) time.
FIGURE 12. ADC RESOLUTION AND INTEGRATION TIME
FIGURE 10. USB CONNECTION ERROR
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• Sensitivity-Range Select (Figure 13) allows us to choose the
sensitivity of the sensor based on external conditions/object
detection. For example, a really bright object would require a
higher range (i.e. 64000), versus a dark object, which would
require a low range (i.e. 1000). Higher range reduces photo
detector sensitivity
FIGURE 13. SENSITIVITY RANGE SELECTION
The section shown in Figure 14 allows the user to choose either
external prox or internal prox calculation.
IC register 0x02 controls the ranges and resolutions of the part
and also Scheme for Proximity.
- Register 0x02 and 0X03
Data will be stored to these registers.
- Registers 0x03 to 0x07 – Interrupt Thresholds
The PROX interrupt and ALS thresholds are stored in registers
0x03 to 0x07. They can be edited by writing values to the
“Interrupt Limits” box and clicking “write”. See the IC data sheet
for more information on interrupt limits.
The section shown in Figure 17 allows the user to set the
interrupt trip-point, which acts as an alarm/monitoring function
to determine whether the ADC count exceeds the upper/lower
limit.
- Scheme0(external prox): Not recommended because
subtraction is done by the software.
- Scheme1(internal prox): Recommended because
subtraction performed by system on chip.
FIGURE 14. EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL PROXIMITY SCHEME
SELECTION
The section shown in Figure 15 is for proximity mode:
- Source Current allows you to adjust the IR LED driving
current. A greater current allows for the detection of objects
at farther distances.
- IR Modulation Frequency allows you to modulate the IR LED
driving current. Increasing the frequency parameter allows
for better noise immunity.
FIGURE 15. PROXIMITY SOURCE SELECTION
FIGURE 17. PERSISTANCE SELECTION
Interrupt Persistence Sets the number of times the upper limit needs
to be exceeded or lower limit needs to be
subceeded. Once the allotted number of times is
achieved, an alarm/interrupt will flag
Interrupt Limits
Type the upper threshold for the interrupt in the
top box
(Max = 65535 for Int. Time = 16; Max = 4095 for
Int. Time = 12)
Type the lower threshold for the interrupt in the
bottom box
(Min = 0, for either Int. Time)
Write
Stores value to memory in Registers 4-7
Read
Read limit values stored in Registers 4-7
Read/Clear
I-Status
Checks the 2nd bit of Register 0 to determine
Interrupt status, whether interrupt thresholds
have been triggered or not. It then displays the
results in the “Status” section. The R0-B2 box
displays the status of the interrupt. To clear the
interrupt status, click 2 times on “Read/Clear”
button.
- Green light means the button is on and value
from bit 2 from R0 has been read
- Square light displays status; if black then
interrupt is off/not triggered yet; if red then
interrupt has been triggered
This section shown in Figure 16 displays data of Device
Registers:
FIGURE 16. WRITE AND READ INDIVIDUAL DEVICE REGISTER
- Register 0x00 – Configure Mode I
IC register 0x01 controls the modes such as ALS/IR/Prox and
Interrupt flag and Interrupt persistence of the part, which are
explained in detail in the data sheet.
Sample Ext. Interrupt Samples the external Pin 7 on package of the IC
Pin
- Green light means, button is on and is
displaying output of Interrupt pin (7th pin)
- Square light displays the status; black means
trigger hasn’t been triggered yet
- Red means interrupt has just been triggered
Poll External Intr.
Allows for checking of External Interrupt Status
while sampling data.
- Register 0x01 – Configure Modes II
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To use:
1. Choose Interrupt Persistence value (we recommend 8)
2. Enter a decimal number for the Upper Limit. Enter a decimal
number for the Lower Limit.
3. The Upper Limit must be greater than the Lower Limit. The
values for the limits depend on the application, the
configuration of other options, and the distance at which you
choose to flag.
- The value in the “ADC Reading” and/or “Lux Reading” fields
are the appropriate output coming out of the sensor
according to which Mode is engaged (Figure 19).
- Max Min Count – This is the maximum value that can be
measured based on the resolution chosen (Integration
Time). Max count increases with more Integration Time.
4. Click on “Write” and then click on “Read” and verify that the
desired limit values are correct (verify that the values entered
for intended limits are the same values in the field box after
clicking on “Read”). If not, repeat Steps 2 and 3.
5. Double click “Read/Clear I-Status” to clear status.
6. Now you may choose to manually poll the Interrupt pin (pin 7
on package), or for it to happen automatically. To do it
manually, simply click on “Sample Ext. Interrupt Pin” when
desired. To do it automatically, ensure that the “Poll External
Intr.” box is selected.
7. Interrupt is set up now and you may begin collecting data.
Data is collected within the Upper Limit and Lower Limit. The
black box means unflagged status. On the other hand, if the
data is collected either above the Upper Limit or the lower of
the Lower Limit, then the black block will be red, which means
the flag has been triggered.
• Collect Data Graphical Real Time Data allows you to sample
data (whether ALScont, IRcont, ALS Once or IR Once). Samples
are now being taken and are being plotted, and appropriate
values are displayed on the right in the corresponding box.
- “Stop Data Acquisition” stops sampling of data.
FIGURE 19. SINGLE DATA VIEW WINDOW
Saving Measurements to File
To save a series of ALS and PROX measurements to disk, see the
“Save Measurements to File” box at the very bottom of the GUI.
The user may click “Browse” to select a filename/file path and
click “Write to Disk” to write the current graph data to disk.
Running the Program for
ISL29020
The GUI starts up the same way for all devices by selecting the
device number from the pull-down menu. Check the USB
connection and than the Device connection. Once these are
verified, the GUI is ready to evaluate the device.
The section shown in Figure 20 allows the ADC-Core to be
enabled. The user needs to check “Enable ADC-Core” in order to
enable the devices..
FIGURE 20. ISL29020 ADC CORE ENABLE
FIGURE 18. LIVE UPDATE WINDOW
Here the scale can be adjusted to meet your sampling needs.
“Manual Re-Scale” allows you to type in the Maximum and
Minimum values for the scale (vertical axis) in the appropriate
boxes. The “Automatic Re-Scale” button is useful if the sampled
data is out of the range of the graph or you need to zoom-in on
data. It will rescale the vertical axis to an appropriate field of
view.
FIGURE 21. ISL29020 OPERATING MODE SELECTION
- Exit - this button closes the entire program
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The section shown in Figure 21 allows the user to choose either
one shot or continuous measurement for visible or IR sensing
and change our ADC resolution for 16-bit or 12- or 8-bit or even
4-bit ADC. However, Intersil recommends to run 12-bit ADC or
16-bit ADC for better 50/60Hz reject. The “External Timing”
check box is another option to run when using external customer
supplied timing.
Range-LUX Sensitivity Select allows the user to choose the
sensitivity of the sensor based on external conditions/object
detection. For example, a really bright object would require a
higher range (i.e., 64000), versus a dark object, which would
require a low range (i.e., 1000). Higher range reduces photo
detector sensitivity.
FIGURE 24. EXTERNAL RESISTOR USED
The section shown in Figure 24 allows the user to choose REXT to
fix its internal oscillator frequency. 500kΩ is recommended for
the devices.
Collect Data Graphical Real Time Data allows you to sample data
(whether ALScont, IRcont, ALS Once or IR Once). Samples are
now being taken and are being plotted, and appropriate values
are displayed on the right in the corresponding box.
FIGURE 22.
The External timing allows ADC or Timer tests to be read and is
able to choose the timing between pulses (~2 pulses). For more
information about external timing, refer to the data sheet.
• Stop Data Acquisition stops sampling of data. Here the scale
can be adjusted to meet your sampling needs.
• Manual Re-Scale allows you to type in the Maximum and
Minimum values for the scale (vertical axis) in the appropriate
boxes.
• Automatic Re-Scale button is useful if the sampled data is out
of the range of the graph or you need to zoom-in on data. It will
rescale the vertical axis to an appropriate field of view.
FIGURE 23. SENSITIVITY (RANGE) SELECTION
• Exit - this button closes the entire program
• The value in the “ADC Reading” and/or “Lux Reading” fields
are the appropriate output coming out of the sensor according
to which Mode is engaged.
FIGURE 25. DATA COLLECTION WINDOW
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FIGURE 26. SAVE FILE LOCATION
FIGURE 27. LOCATION OF EXECUTABLE ON USER’S HARD DRIVE
Saving Measurements to File
JP_PIN1
To save a series of ALS and PROX measurements to disk, see the
“Save Measurements to File” box at the very bottom of the GUI.
(Figure 26). The user may click “Browse” to select a filename/file
path and click “Write to Disk” to write the currently graph data to
disk.
The jumper JP_PIN1 is connected to pin 1 of the ODFN and
should be disconnected for ISL29030 usage, and will work in
either state for the ISL29028. The ISL29030 has a current
source on pin 1. The ISL29028 has an I2C address select line tied
to pin 1.
Hardware Setup ISL29028 Family
Running the Program for
ISL29028 Family
Connecting the PCB to PC
Insert the USB-B plug into the Intersil evaluation PCB, and the
USB-A plug into the user’s PC. As shown in Figure 29, the status
of the PC↔PCB communication link is displayed in the colored
box next to “Attached”.
Jumpers on PCB
The “rev B” evaluation board has 4 jumpers, which control various
aspects of the part. By default, the jumpers JP_IC, JP_MISC, and
JP_IRLED need not be connected due to the 0Ω resistors R6, R7,
and R8, which connect to a 3.3V rail. If the user desires to test part
performance at voltages other than VDD = VIR-LED = VI2C = 3.3V,
unsolder these resistors, use the installed test points, and power any
of the 3 rails as desired.
TABLE 2. JUMPER OVERVIEW
DESIGNATOR
JP_PIN1
JP_IC
FUNCTION
If the user has selected the default installation path, the software
will install in the following folder: C:\Program
Files\Intersil\Intersil_ISL29028-30-40\ as seen in Figure 27.
Double-click the highlighted executable shown in Figure 27 to
start the evaluation software. A shortcut to this file is also
provided via the Windows Start Menu under All Programs →
Intersil → Intersil ISL29028-30-40.
Connect the PC to the evaluation PCB via a USB cable. When this
connection is made, the “Attached” box displayed in Figure 28
should turn green.
The ISL29028 has a selectable I2C address (see pin ADDR0). By
changing the input logic signal (via jumper JP_PIN1), the I2C
address can be set to either 0x88 or 0x8A (see the PCB
schematic/IC data sheet for more information). This board is
shipped with jumper JP_PIN1 removed, so by default the part will
respond to I2C address 0x88.
ISL29028: Changes I2C address
ISL29030: Leave open (see below)
Connects 3.3V rail to VDD
JP_MISC
Connects 3.3V rail I2C pull-up, INT, PIN1
JP_IRLED
Connects 3.3V rail to the IR-LED D1
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FIGURE 29. SOFTWARE MAIN SCREEN
REGISTERS 0X03 TO 0X07 – INTERRUPT THRESHOLDS
The PROX interrupt thresholds and ALS thresholds are stored in
registers 0x03 to 0x07. They can be edited by writing values to
the “Interrupt Limits” box and clicking “write”. See the IC data
sheet for more information on interrupt limits.
EXTERNAL INTERRUPT AND INTERRUPT LEDS
FIGURE 28. SOFTWARE START-UP SCREEN
Main Window
The main evaluation software window can be seen in Figure 29.
If the user desires to change the I2C address the GUI
communicates with, see the upper-left box containing “88” in
Figure 29. Change the number as desired and click the “Test
Comm” box to test for a valid communication link between the
PC and Light Sensor at the specified I2C address.
REGISTER 0X01 – CONFIGURE MODES
IC register 0x01 controls the range and modes of the part. “Sleep
time”, “Range” and “Measure Mode” bits are explained in detail
in the data sheet. All control bits not related to the interrupt
function are located in this register.
REGISTER 0X02 – INTERRUPT BEHAVIOR
IC register 0x02 contains the interrupt flags and controls the
interrupt modes. Interrupt persistence, and AND/OR (see bit 0)
functionality is contained in this register.
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To poll the status of the hardware INT pin, select the “Poll
External Intr” check box and the on-PCB microcontroller will
continuously check the logic state of the INT line. To poll the
status of ALS_FLAG and PROX_FLAG interrupt bits (in register
0x02), select the “Poll I2C Interrupt” check box - the GUI will
perform an I2C read and then instruct the microcontroller to turn
D3/D4 on or off depending on the state of ALS_FLAG and
PROX_FLAG.
COMPLETE REGISTER LISTING
The “Device Registers” box at the bottom of the GUI displays a
complete listing of all registers in hex format and should
automatically update based on the options selected by the user.
Users can individually write to or read from these registers using
the “Wr”/”Rd” buttons.
REAL-TIME DATA ACQUISITION GRAPH
To graphically display the results of ALS and proximity
conversions, first click the check boxes “ALS /IR Enable” and
“Prox Enable” and select the mode of operation by using the
radio buttons in the “Register 1 Configure” area. After this
register is configured, click the “Collect Data” button shown in
the upper-left of Figure 32. Both ALS and Proximity conversions
can happen (and are displayed) at once because the ISL29028
architecture has two concurrent ADCs.
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ADC RESOLUTION AND GRAPH RESCALING
Because the ALS conversions are inherently 12-bit (212-1 = 4095
count maximum), and the proximity conversions are inherently
8-bit (28-1= 255 count maximum), the graph may require
rescaling to view both results on the same curve at once. To set a
new maximum and minimum graphical scale, change the
numbers in the “Scale Max” and “Scale Min” boxes, then click
“Manual Re-Scale”.
SAVING MEASUREMENTS TO FILE
To save a series of ALS and PROX measurements to disk, see the
“Save Measurements to File” box at the very bottom of the GUI.
The user may click “Browse” to select a filename/filepath and
click “Write to Disk” to write the currently graphed data to disk.
The following screen shown may be caused by the PC monitor.
The solution is to resize the set custom text size (DPI) by going to
Control Panel → Appearance and Personalization → Display →
Set custom text size (DPI) and choose “Scale to this percentage
of normal size: 100%” (96 pixels/inch).
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For other questions, comments, and feedback, contact the local
Intersil FAE/Sales team.
(http://www.intersil.com/cda/Support/contacts/)
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FIGURE 30. ISL29011, ISL29018, ISL29021 EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC
TABLE 3. MCU BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS
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ITEM#
QTY
PART NAME
1
1
USB Micro Controller
2
1
Linear Regulator
3
6
4
VENDOR
NAME
VENDOR P/N
MANUFACTURER
NAME
MANUFACTURER P/N
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
PART VALUE
FOOTPRINT
C8051F320 - LQFP32
QUAD32
Digi-Key
336-1259-ND
Silicon Labs
C8051F320LQFP32
U1
ISL80101 - 3.3V
DFN10
Digi-Key
ISL80101IR33Z-T-ND
Intersil Corp
ISL80101IR33Z-T
U3
LED
Green
Red
0603
Digi-Key
160-1446-2-ND
67-1551-2-ND
Lite-On Inc
Lumex
Opto/Component
LTST-C191KGKT
SML-LX0603SRW-TR
2
Capacitor
0.1µF
0402/X7R/16V/±10 Venkel LTD
C0402X7R160-104KNE Venkel
C0402X7R160104KNE
5
1
Capacitor
0.01µF
0402/X7R/50V/±10 Garrett
Electronics
500R07W103KV4T
Johanson Dielectric
500R07W103KV4T
C7
6
4
Capacitor
4.7µF
0402/X5R/6.3V/±20 Digi-Key
587-2787-1-ND
Taiyo Yuden
JMK105BBJ475MV-F
C1, C2, C5, C6
7
5
Resistor
300Ω
0402/1/16W/1%
Garrett
Electronics
RK73H1ETTP3010F
KOA
RK73H1ETTP3010F
R2, R3, R6, R7,
R8
8
1
Resistor
499Ω
0402/1/16W/1%
Digi-Key
311-499LRCT-ND
Yageo
RC0402FR-07499RL
R1
9
2
Resistor
1kΩ
0402/1/16W/1%
Digi-Key
311-1.00KLRTR-ND
Yageo
RC0402FR-071KL
10
2
Resistor
10kΩ
0402/1/16W/1%
Venkel LTD
C0402-16W-1002FT
Venkel
C0402-16W-1002FT
R11, R12
11
2
Resistor
100kΩ
0402/1/16W/1%
Digi-Key
311-100KLRTR-ND
Yageo
RC0402FR-07100KL
R13
12
2
Resistor
4.7kΩ
0402/1/16W/1%
Garrett
Electronics
CRCW04024K75FKED
Vishay-Dale
CRCW04024K75FKED
13
1
Board to Board-Headers, 10-Pin Female Header
Female
Through Hole, Right
Angle
Digi-Key
952-1380-5-ND
HARWIN Inc
M50-3201045
J3
14
1
USB Port Transient
Suppressors
SINGLE USB PORT TVS
SOT-23-6
Digi-Key
296-9694-1-ND
Texas Instruments
SN65220DBVR
U2
15
1
USB Connector
USB Connector
USB A
Digi-Key
WM3983TR-ND
MOLEX
0480372200
J1
16
1
Test Point
Test Point
Through
hole-0.1”/0.05”
Digi-Key
5001K-ND
Keystone Electronics 5001
D1, D2, D3, D4,
D5, D6
C3, C4
R4, R5
GND
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FIGURE 31. OPTICAL SENSOR CARRIER EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC
TABLE 4. OPTICAL SENSOR CARRIER EVALUATION BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS
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QTY
PART NAME
PART VALUE
FOOTPRINT
VENDOR
NAME
1
1
Light Sensor
540nm ALS
6-Pin ODFN
Digi-key
ISL29023IROZ-T7CT-ND
ISL29033IROZ-T7-ND
ISL29120IROZ-T7-ND
Intersil Corp
ISL29023IROZ-T7
ISL29033IROZ-T7
ISL29120IROZ-T7
U1
2
1
Light Sensor
540nm
6-Pin ODFN
Digi-Key
ISL29020IROZ-T7CT-ND
Intersil Corp
ISL29020IROZ-T7
U2
3
1
Light Sensor
540nm
6-Pin ODFN
Intersil Corp
ISL29034
ISL29035
Intersil Corp
ISL29034IROZ-T7
ISL29035IROZ-T7
U3
4
1
Light Sensor
540nm
8-Pin ODFN
Digi-Key
ISL29027IROZ-T7-ND
ISL29028AIROZ-T7CT-ND
ISL29029IROZ-T7CT-ND
ISL29038IROZ-T7CT-ND
Intersil Corp
ISL29027IROZ-T7
ISL29028AIROZ-T7
ISL29029IROZ-T7
ISL29038IROZ-T7
U4
5
1
Light Sensor
540nm
8-Pin ODFN
Digi-Key
ISL29011IROZ-T7CT-ND
ISL29018IROZ-T7-ND
ISL29021IROZ-T7-ND
Intersil Corp
ISL29011IROZ-T7
ISL29018IROZ-T7
ISL29021IROZ-T7
U5
6
1
Light Sensor
540nm ALS
10-Pin ODFN
Digikey
ISL29043IROMZ-T7-ND
Intersil Corp
ISL29043IROMZ-T7
U6
7
1
Light Sensor
540nm ALS
6-Pin ODFN
Intersil Corp
ISL29044IROZ-T7TR-ND
Intersil Corp
ISL29044IROZ-T7TR-ND
U8
8
7
Capacitor
0.1µF
0402/X7R/16V/±10
Venkel LTD
C0402X7R160-104KNE
Venkel
C0402X7R160-104KNE
C2, C3, C4, C5,
C6, C7, C8
9
5
Resistor
499kΩ
0402/1/16W/1%
Digi-Key
P499KLCT-ND
Panasonic
ERJ-2RKF4993X
R1, R2, R3,
R4, R5
10
1
Capacitor
1µF
0402/Y5V/6.3V/±10
Digi-Key
490-1320-2-ND
Murata
GRM155R60J105KE19D
C1
11
2
Resistor
0Ω
0402/1/16W/1%
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
R7, R8
12
1
Board to
Board-Headers,
Male
10-Pin Male
Header
Through Hole, Right
Angle
Digi-Key
952-1398-ND
HARWIN Inc
M50-3901042
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MANUFACTURER
NAME
MANUFACTURER P/N
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
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FIGURE 32. ISL29023, ISL29033, AND ISL29120 EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC - U1
TABLE 5. ISL29023, ISL29033, AND ISL29120 BILL OF MATERIALS - U1
ITEM# QTY
PART
NAME
PART
VALUE
FOOTPRINT
VENDOR
NAME
VENDOR
P/N
MANUFACTURER
NAME
MANUFACTURER
P/N
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
ISL29023IROZ-T7
ISL29033IROZ-T7
ISL29120IROZ-T7
U1
0402/X7R/16V/±10 Venkel LTD C0402X7R160-104KNE Venkel
C0402X7R160-104KNE
C2
0402/1/16W/1%
Digi-Key
P499KLCT-ND
Panasonic
ERJ-2RKF4993X
R1
1µF
0402/Y5V/
6.3V/±10
Digi-Key
490-1320-2-ND
Murata
GRM155R60J105KE19D
C1
0Ω
0402/1/16W/1%
Venkel LTD CR0402-16W-000T
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
Digi-Key
HARWIN Inc
M50-3901042
1
1
Ambient Light
Sensor
540nm ALS 6-Pin ODFN
2
1
Capacitor
0.1µF
3
1
Resistor
499kΩ
4
1
Capacitor
5
2
Resistor
6
1
10-Pin Male Through Hole,
Board to
Header
Right Angle
Board-Headers,
Male
14
Digi-key
ISL29023IROZ-T7CT-ND Intersil Corp
ISL29033IROZ-T7-ND
ISL29120IROZ-T7-ND
952-1398-ND
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FIGURE 33. ISL29020 EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC - U2
TABLE 6. ISL29020 BILL OF MATERIALS - U2
ITEM# QTY
PART
NAME
PART
VALUE
FOOTPRINT
VENDOR
NAME
VENDOR
P/N
MANUFACTURER
NAME
MANUFACTURER
P/N
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
540nm
6-Pin ODFN
Digi-Key ISL29020IROZ-T7CT-ND Intersil Corp
ISL29020IROZ-T7
U2
C0402X7R160-104KNE
C3
1
1
Ambient Light
Sensor
2
1
Capacitor
0.1µF
0402/X7R
/16V/±10
Venkel
LTD
3
1
Resistor
499kΩ
0402/1/
16W/1%
Digi-Key P499KLCT-ND
Panasonic
ERJ-2RKF4993X
R2
4
1
Capacitor
1µF
0402/Y5V/
6.3V/±10
Digi-Key 490-1320-2-ND
Murata
GRM155R60J105KE19D
C1
5
2
Resistor
0Ω
0402/1/
16W/1%
Venkel
LTD
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
6
1
Board to
Board-Headers,
Male
Through
Hole, Right
Angle
Digi-Key 952-1398-ND
HARWIN Inc
M50-3901042
10-Pin
Male
Header
15
C0402X7R160-104KNE Venkel
CR0402-16W-000T
R7, R8
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FIGURE 34. ISL29034, AND ISL29035 EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC - U3
TABLE 7. ISL29034, AND ISL29035 BILL OF MATERIALS - U3
ITEM# QTY
PART
NAME
PART
VALUE
FOOTPRINT
1
1
Ambient Light 540nm 6-Pin ODFN
Sensor
2
1
Capacitor
0.1µF
0402/X7R/
16V/±10
3
1
Capacitor
1µF
0402/Y5V/
6.3V/±10
4
2
Resistor
0Ω
0402/1/
16W/1%
5
1
10-Pin Through
Board to
Hole, Right
Board-Headers Male
Header Angle
, Male
16
VENDOR
NAME
Intersil
Corp
VENDOR
P/N
ISL29034
ISL29035
MANUFACTURER
NAME
Intersil Corp
490-1320-2-ND
Venkel LTD CR0402-16W-000T
Digi-Key
952-1398-ND
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
ISL29034
ISL29035
U3
C0402X7R160-104KNE
C4
Murata
GRM155R60J105KE19D
C1
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
HARWIN Inc
M50-3901042
Venkel LTD C0402X7R160-104KNE Venkel
Digi-Key
MANUFACTURER
P/N
R7, R8
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FIGURE 35. ISL29027, ISL29028A, ISL29029, AND ISL29038 EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC - U4
TABLE 8. ISL29027, ISL29028A, ISL29029, ISL29038 BILL OF MATERIALS - U4
ITEM# QTY
PART
NAME
PART
VALUE
FOOTPRINT
VENDOR
NAME
VENDOR
P/N
MANUFACTURER
NAME
MANUFACTURER
P/N
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
1
1
Ambient Light
Sensor
540nm 8-Pin ODFN
Intersil Corp
Digi-Key ISL29027IROZ-T7-ND
ISL29028AIROZ-T7CT-ND
ISL29029IROZ-T7CT-ND
ISL29038IROZ-T7CT-ND
ISL29027IROZ-T7
ISL29028AIROZ-T7
ISL29029IROZ-T7
ISL29038IROZ-T7
U4
2
1
Capacitor
0.1µF
0402/X7R/
16V/±10
Venkel
LTD
Venkel
C0402X7R160-104KNE
C6
3
1
Resistor
499kΩ
0402/1/
16W/1%
Digi-Key P499KLCT-ND
Panasonic
ERJ-2RKF4993X
R4
4
1
Capacitor
1µF
0402/Y5V/
6.3V/±10
Digi-Key 490-1320-2-ND
Murata
GRM155R60J105KE19D
C1
5
2
Resistor
0Ω
0402/1/
16W/1%
Venkel
LTD
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
6
1
10-Pin Through
Board to
Hole, Right
Board - Headers, Male
Header Angle
Male
HARWIN Inc
M50-3901042
17
C0402X7R160-104KNE
CR0402-16W-000T
Digi-Key 952-1398-ND
R7, R8
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FIGURE 36. ISL29011, ISL29018, AND ISL29021 EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC - U5
TABLE 9. ISL29011, ISL29018, AND ISL29021 BILL OF MATERIALS - U5
ITEM# QTY
PART
NAME
PART
VALUE
FOOTPRINT
VENDOR
NAME
1
1
Ambient Light
Sensor
540nm 8-Pin ODFN Digi-Key
2
1
Capacitor
0.1µF
3
1
Resistor
499kΩ 0402/1/
16W/1%
4
1
Capacitor
1µF
0402/Y5V/ Digi-Key
6.3V/±10
5
2
Resistor
0Ω
0402/1/
16W/1%
6
1
Digi-Key
10-Pin Through
Board to
Board-Headers, Male Hole, Right
Header Angle
Male
18
VENDOR
P/N
MANUFACTURER
NAME
ISL29011IROZ-T7CT-ND
ISL29018IROZ-T7-ND
ISL29021IROZ-T7-ND
Intersil Corp
0402/X7R/ Venkel LTD C0402X7R160-104KNE
16V/±10
Digi-Key
P499KLCT-ND
490-1320-2-ND
Venkel LTD CR0402-16W-000T
952-1398-ND
Venkel
Panasonic
Murata
MANUFACTURER
P/N
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
ISL29011IROZ-T7
ISL29018IROZ-T7
ISL29021IROZ-T7
U5
C0402X7R160-104KNE
C6
ERJ-2RKF4993X
R4
GRM155R60J105KE19D
C1
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
HARWIN Inc
M50-3901042
R7, R8
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FIGURE 37. ISL29043 EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC - U6
TABLE 10. ISL29043 BILL OF MATERIAL - U6
ITEM# QTY
PART
NAME
PART
VALUE
FOOTPRINT
540nm
ALS
10-Pin
ODFN
VENDOR
NAME
1
1
Ambient Light
Sensor
2
1
Capacitor
0.1µF
0402/X7R/ Venkel LTD C0402X7R16016V/±10
104KNE
3
1
Resistor
499kΩ
0402/1/
16W/1%
4
1
Capacitor
1µF
0402/Y5V/ Digi-Key
6.3V/±10
5
2
Resistor
0Ω
0402/1/
16W/1%
6
1
Board to
Board-Headers,
Male
10-Pin
Male
Header
19
Digikey
VENDOR
P/N
Digi-Key
ISL29043IROMZ-T7-ND Intersil Corp
MANUFACTURER
P/N
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
ISL29043IROMZ-T7
U6
Venkel LTD
C0402X7R160-104KNE
C7
P499KLCT-ND
Panasonic
ERJ-2RKF4993X
R5
490-1320-2-ND
Murata
GRM155R60J105KE19D
C1
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
HARWIN Inc
M50-3901042
Venkel LTD CR0402-16W-000T
Digi-Key
Through
Hole, Right
Angle
MANUFACTURER
NAME
952-1398-ND
R7, R8
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FIGURE 38. ISL29044 EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATIC - U8
TABLE 11. ISL29044 BILL OF MATERIALS - U8
ITEM# QTY
PART
NAME
PART
VALUE
FOOTPRINT
VENDOR
NAME
VENDOR
P/N
MANUFACTURER
NAME
MANUFACTURER
P/N
REFERENCE
DESIGNATOR
1
1
Ambient Light Sensor 540nm ALS 6-Pin ODFN Intersil Corp ISL29044IROZT7TR-ND
Intersil Corp
ISL29044IROZT7TR-ND
U8
2
1
Capacitor
0.1µF
0402/X7R
/16V/±10
Venkel LTD
C0402X7R160104KNE
C8
3
1
Capacitor
1µF
0402/Y5V
/6.3V/±10
Murata
GRM155R60J105
KE19D
C1
4
2
Resistor
0Ω
0402/1
/16W/1%
Venkel LTD
CR0402-16W-000T
R7, R8
5
1
Board to
10-Pin Male Through
Board - Headers, Male
Header
Hole, Right
Angle
HARWIN Inc
M50-3901042
Venkel LTD C0402X7R160104KNE
Digi-Key
490-1320-2-ND
Venkel LTD CR0402-16W000T
Digi-Key
952-1398-ND
J1
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