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Application Note 1570
ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z Evaluation Board Setup Procedure
Introduction
What’s Inside
The ISL9519 is a highly integrated battery charger controller for
Li-ion/Li-ion polymer batteries with SMBus interface controlling
system voltage, charge current and input current limiting. The
evaluation board includes a USB to SMBus interface to allow
users to control the ISL9519 from a Personal Computer.
This Evaluation Board Kit contains the following materials:
ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z vs
ISL9519EVAL1Z
• Qty (1) ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z Evaluation Board
• Qty (1) USB cable
What is Needed
The following materials are recommended to perform testing:
• One adjustable 25V/6A power supply
ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z is designed for input voltage below 7V
(i.e., 5V input) but has protection from input voltage up to 22V.
It differs from the design for input voltage >7V
(ISL9519EVAL1Z) in 3 ways:
1. ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z drives both input PFETs with AGATE
to turn both ON when adapter voltage is high.
ISL9519EVAL1Z drives SGATE ON only when input current
is >300mA.
2. ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z has a circuit that connects input
voltage to VDD when the input is less than 5.2V to bypass
the internal LDO.
3. ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z has a zener to protect ADET from
voltages >7V absolute maximum if the input voltage is
>9.5V.
• Two adjustable electronic loads with constant current mode
and constant voltage mode
• One Volt Meter
• One 500MHz four-channel oscilloscope with voltage and
current probes
• A Personal Computer (PC) with ISL9519 control software
and drivers (available at www.intersil.com)
Note: The National Instruments Runtime Engine must be
installed before connecting the evaluation board to your PC.
The Runtime Engine contains driver files required by the New
Hardware Wizard.
INTERSIL
INTERSIL
ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z
ISL88731
EVAL2Z REVB
AC
ACADAPTER
ADAPTER
INPUT
INPUT
AC
ACADAPTER
ADAPTER
OR
OR
POWER SUPPLY
DCDC
POWER
SUPPLY
4V –
TO20V,
20V, 5A
5V
5A
++
+
--
-
USB
USB
SYSTEM
SYSTEM
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
-
--
+
++
-
--
+
++
SYSTEM LOAD
SYSTEM
LOAD
OR
OR
ELECTRONIC LOAD
ELECTRONIC
LOAD
BATTERY PACK
BATTERY
PACK
OR
OR
ELECTRONIC LOAD
ELECTRONIC
LOAD
BATTERY
BATTERY
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
VARIOUS
TOTO
VARIOUS
TEST POINTS
TEST POINTS
-++
DC VOLTMETER
DC VOLTMETER
<10mV to >20v
FIGURE 1. ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z HARDWARE CONNECTION DIAGRAM
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Install the Software
1. Download the ISL9519 CONTROL Software Installer.zip file
from www.intersil.com. Extract it to a folder on your PC.
Navigate to the folder and double click the “Autoexec.exe” file.
2. Click on the “Install or Uninstall ISL9519 CONTROL Software”
to run the Installation Wizard.
3. You should now see a window as shown in Figure 3.
FIGURE 2. AUTORUN CD MENU
FIGURE 3. INSTALLATION WIZARD
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FIGURE 4. NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS RUNTIME ENGINE INSTALLATION WIZARD
In most PCs, the National Instruments Runtime Engine will be
installed automatically after the ISL9519 software. You should
see the window as shown in Figure 4.
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Follow the instructions to install the Runtime Engine. If it does
not run automatically, click “Install National Instruments
Runtime Engine” on the ISL9519 Control Software Installation
Menu (see Figure 2). After installation, click on the “Close Menu”
button.
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Driver Installation
After installing the National Instruments Runtime Engine,
connect the ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z evaluation board to the USB
port of your PC.
Note: The SMBus part of the ISL9519 and the USB-SMBus
interface are powered by the 5V from the USB port on the PC. It is
not necessary to have other power supplies connected to the
evaluation board to read or write to the ISL9519.
When WINDOWS detects new hardware, the new hardware
wizard should appear. Direct it to look for the driver information
file in the “ISL9519 CONTROL Software Installer” folder
(extracted from the downloaded file). In some systems, it may be
necessary to specify the driver information file
(USB-I2C_WDM.inf).
FIGURE 5. SELECT “INSTALL FROM A SPECIFIC LOCATION”
FIGURE 6. SELECT “DON’T SEARCH”
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FIGURE 7. CLICK ON THE “HAVE DISK” BUTTON
Then hit “Open” and “Next” several times. The hardware wizard
should indicate that files are being copied. After file transfer, the
hardware wizard should indicate that the new hardware is ready
to use.
FIGURE 8. BROWSE TO THE FOLDER EXTRACTED FROM THE ZIP FILE AND SELECT “USB-I2C_WDM.INF”
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FIGURE 9. ISL9519 CONTROL SOFTWARE SCREEN SHOT
Run the ISL9519 Application
ISL9519 should now appear in your START/ALL Programs list.
Click on it to run the application.
Figure 9 shows a screen shot of the ISL9519 user interface.
Description of the User Interface Controls
and Display Information
Clicking the “Write All” button will write the indicated SMBus
sequences to Registers 14, 15, 3F and 44 in the ISL9519.
Enable the Output
When power is applied to the ISL9519, the Charge Current and
Charge Voltage Registers are 0x0000 and the output is disabled.
The output is enabled by writing valid, non-zero values to these 2
registers. See the ISL9519 data sheet for valid values (FN6773).
The ISL9519 is also disabled if the ACIN pin is below 3.2V. The
minimum input voltage can be adjusted on the evaluation board
by changing R6 or R7 (see Figure 15).
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Note: The SMBus part of the ISL9519 and the USB interface are
powered by the 5V from the USB port on the PC. It is not
necessary to have other power supplies connected to the
evaluation board to read or write to the ISL9519.
Clicking on the “Read All” button will read all 6 registers in the
ISL9519 and display the results in the grey indicators below the
Read All button.
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If the device and the interface are operating normally, the
VendorID (reg FE) and the DeviceID (reg FF) will display as
follows:
After entering a number in the white box, hitting the enter key or
clicking on another area will enter the value and the resulting hex
value and the SMBus sequence will be calculated and displayed.
If the VendorID (reg FE) and DeviceID (reg FF) remain 0000 it
indicates a communication problem.
If the Visa resource name is blank, it indicates a problem with
the USB communication.
Clicking on the “RESET INTERFACE” button may correct the
problem. If not, try closing the software, remove power and USB
connections from the evaluation board, then reconnect and
restart.
Note the register contents are updated ONLY when the Read All
button is clicked.
The Write Charge Current Button sends only the charge current to
the ISL9519. Other registers are unchanged.
The small white window next to “Charge Current” accepts inputs
in Amps, and converts them to the hexadecimal (hex) value to be
written to the ISL9519 in the grey window. The hex value
depends on the value entered in Sense R. The value in the white
window will be forced to the nearest valid number that can be
produced by the DAC in the ISL9519. That is, after entering 4 and
hitting the enter key, the display will change to 3.968. After
entering 4.1 and hitting the enter key, the display will change to
4.096. The value can be incremented and decremented with the
up/down arrows at the left of the window.
The Sense R inputs are used to calculate the hexadecimal (hex)
values and the SMBus sequences for the Charge Current limit
and Input Current limit entered in the white boxes. The evaluation
board is built with 10mΩ sense resistors. If you change them to
another value, enter the new value to get correct calculations.
S = the Start condition, A = the Acknowledge, P = the Stop
condition.
.
Note: The LO byte is sent first. The HI byte is sent second.
When writing 0x41A0, 0xA0 is written first and 0x41 is sent second.
Important Note: The SMBus commands are NOT sent until one
of the WRITE buttons is clicked (i.e., Write All or Write Charge
Current).
Important Note: Max System Voltage Commands that a much
higher than the voltage for the number of cells selected by the
CELL pin are ignored (not acknowledged). Please refer to the Max
System Voltage section of the data sheet for details.
The Write MaxSystem Voltage button writes only the MaxSystem
Voltage register. Other registers are unchanged.
The small white window accepts Max System Voltage (in Volts) and
calculates the hexadecimal value and the SMBus sequence to
write to the ISL9519. The SMBus command is sent when the Write
MaxSystem Voltage or Write All button is clicked. See Figure 12.
The Write Input Current button writes only the Charge Current
register. Other registers are unchanged. The small white window
accepts Input Current Limit in Amps and calculates the hex value
and the SMBus sequence to be written to the ISL9519. The
Sense R input is used to calculate the hex value and the SMBus
sequence. The SMBus command is sent when the Write Input
Current or Write All button is clicked. See Figure 13.
The ISL9519 will shut down unless it receives MaxSystem
Voltage or Charge Current commands every 175s. This is a safety
feature that prevents overcharging batteries if bus master has
stopped functioning. A toggle switch can be set to tell the
software to write all commands every 60 seconds.
FIGURE 10. WRITE CHARGE CURRENT
FIGURE 11. WRITE INPUT CURRENT
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FIGURE 12. WRITE MAX SYSTEM VOLTAGE
FIGURE 13. WRITE MIN SYSTEM VOLTAGE
Interface Troubleshooting
When the evaluation board is connected to the PC by a USB cable
and communicates with the interface on the eval board, a green
check mark will appear next to the USB Interface Status.
If there is a red X instead of the green check, it indicates a
problem with communication between the PC and the micro
controller on the evaluation board. Check and correct the
connection of the USB cable to your PC and the evaluation board.
Click on the “RESET INTERFACE” button.
If you still get a red X, open the Device Manager (Control
Panel/System/Device Manager) with the ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z
evaluation board connected to your USB port. You should see a
device named “NI-VISA USB Device”. If it is not in the list of
devices, the driver may not be correctly installed. Run the New
Hardware wizard.
If you still get a red X, contact an Intersil Field Application
Engineer for assistance.
If you still get a red X, close and restart the ISL9519 control
software.
FIGURE 14. WRITE THE CONTROL REGISTER
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ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z Schematics
J_UGATE
SCL
VSMB
10K
R12
10K
10K
R11
TP_ACOK
SDA
R22
10K
R24
0
R25
0
OPEN
OPEN
C40
47UF
OPEN
C38
47UF
C37
OPEN
C36
47UF
C35
OPEN
C34
47UF
C33
OPEN
C31
47UF
C32
OPEN
C29
47UF
C30
OPEN
C27
47UF
C28
C25
47UF
C26
C9
1UF
C19
47UF
C22
C20
C18
1UF
10UF
J9
C6
C15
C12
0
RF21
0.1UF C13
10K
R71
RF22
1UF
FDS4465CT
J8
TP_GND_3
R2
C1
R1
56K
470PF
3K
TP_VDD
1UF
TP_VDDP
C10
A
C24
0.1UF
A
R18
A
CF21
AGND
VFB
AMON
SDA
SCL
VSMB
RST#
ACOK
C2
1000PF
TP1
CSON
1UF
VCOMP
EP
A
A
Q_BGATE
BGATE
0.1UF
1K
VDD
C11
CELL
0
R17
4.7
10K
CSOP
ISL9519HRTZ
ICOMP
TP_RST#
RS2
0.010
1000PF
VFSW
TP_VCOMP
C39
U1
Q71
Q70
VDDP
ADET
R26
BSS84
LGATE
DCIN
A 0.1UF
A
CSIP
CSIN
SGATE
BOOT
UGATE
PHASE
PGND
C4
0.1UF
35.7K
R6
R7
AGATE
R15
SEE PAGE 2
J3
R72
A
TP_VFSW
TP_VBAT
TP_RS2_N
R70
A
C3
AMON
47UF
10K
Z70
A
C
NC
BZX84C5V1LT1
Z71
A
C
NC
BZX84C5V1LT1
TP_ICOMP
TP_RS2_P
2.43K
100K
TP_DCIN
TP_GND_2
2.2
BSS84
A
TP_ADET
0.22UF
R58
J6
A
TP_GNDA_1
A
TP_GNDA_2
A
R38
OPEN
R3
OPEN
A
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FIGURE 15. ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z REV C SCHEMATIC
TP_BGATE
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Q44
33
0
A
C8
R44
47UF
C23
OPEN
R27
100 0.1UF
C14
Q4
L1
4.7UH
J_LGATE
21
A
TP_AGATE
Q2
RJK0305
0.1UF
CF13
CF12
10K
R13
10K
R61
0.1UF
0.047UF
Q3
OPEN
R28
10
10
RF12
C21
OPEN
100K
RF11
J_UG-PHASE
1 2
9
CF11
Q1
RJK0305
10UF
RS1
0.020
0.1UF
R9
TP_GND_1
J5
TP_V_SYSTEM
J_SYSTEM
47UF
C17
HAT1127H
Q_AGATE
R21
HAT1127H
Q_SGATE
100K
C7
J1
J_PHASE
21
TP_RS1_N
1UF C52
TP_RS1_P
TP_VADAPTER
J2
ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z Schematics (Continued)
R312
VSMB
0
R307
0
TP_VSMB
1.8K
R311
1.8K
R310
R312
SDA
R309
SCL
0
10
F325
P0.2
P0.3
P0.4
P0.5
P0.6
P0.7
P1.0
P1.1
R302
0
D+
D-
R303
VDD
REGIN
VBUS
0.1UF
0
C305
D
D
D
1K
D
D
0.1UF
1K
1UF
C309
R305
C308
R304
0.1UF
1UF
C307
C304
D
D
U301
C8051F320
TP300
D
R399
0
D
DEBUG
TP306
3
P1.3
P1.4
P1.5
P1.6
P1.7
P2.0
P2.1
TP305
4
P1.2
P0.0
GND
RST/C2CK
P3.0/C2D
P2.7
P2.6
P2.5
P2.4
P2.3
P2.2
897-30-004-90-000
GND
P0.1
TP304
2
MOUNT
MOUNT
J301
USB
SDA
FIGURE 16. ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z REV C SCHEMATIC
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TP302
SCL
TP301
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TABLE 1. ISL9519TQFNEVAL2Z REV C EVALUATION BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS
NO.
REF DES
QTY
DESCRIPTION
MANUFACTURER
1
C1
1
CAP, SMD, 0603, 470pF, 25V, 5%, X7R, ROHS
GENERIC
2
C10, C11, C304, C308, CF21
5
CAP, SMD, 0603, 1.0µF, 25V, 10%, X5R, ROHS
GENERIC
3
C13, C22, C52
3
CAP, SMD, 0805, 1.0µF, 25V, 10%, X5R, ROHS
GENERIC
4
C15
1
CAP, SMD, 1206, 10µF, 25V, 10%, X5R, ROHS
GENERIC
5
C9
1
C4532X7R1E106M (C Series Cap)
TDK
6
C2, C6
2
CAP, SMD, 0603, 1000pF, 25V, 5%, X7R, ROHS
GENERIC
7
C3, C4, C7, C12, C23, C24, C39, CF12,
CF13, C305, C307, C309
12
CAP, SMD, 0603, 0.1µF, 25V, 10%, X7R
GENERIC
8
C8
1
CAP, SMD, 0603, 0.22µF, 25V, 10%, X7R, ROHS
GENERIC
9
CF11
1
CAP, SMD, 0603, 0.047µF, 25V, 5%, X7R, ROHS
GENERIC
10
Q_BGATE
1
FDS4465SCT
FAIRCHILD
11
Q_AGATE, Q_SGATE
2
HAT1127H
RENESAS
12
R1
1
RES, SMD, 0603, 3k, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
13
R11, R12, R13, R18, R22, R58, R61,
R71, R72
9
RES, SMD, 0603, 10k, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
14
R15, R304, R305
3
RES, SMD, 0603, 1k, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
15
R17
1
RES, SMD, 0603, 4.7Ω, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
16
R2
1
RES, SMD, 0603, 56k, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
17
R28
1
RES, SMD, 0603, 100Ω,1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
18
R24, R25, R26, RF22, R302, R303,
R307, R309, R312, R399
10
RES, SMD, 0603, 0Ω, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
19
R27
1
RES, SMD, 2010, 0Ω, 1/2W, 5%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
20
R310, R311
2
RES, SMD, 0603, 1.8k, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
21
R7, R9, R21
3
RES, SMD, 0603, 100k, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
22
R44
1
RES, SMD, 0603, 33Ω, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
23
R6
1
RES, SMD, 0603, 35.7k, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
24
R70
1
RES, SMD, 0805, 2.43k, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
25
RF11, RF12
2
RES, SMD, 0603, 10Ω, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
26
RF21
1
RES, SMD, 0603, 2.2Ω, 1/10W, 1%, TF, ROHS
GENERIC
27
RS1
1
0.02, LRC-LRF2010-01-R020-F
IRC
28
RS2
1
0.01, LRC-LRF2010LF-01-R010-F
IRC
29
U1
1
ISL9519HRTZ
INTERSIL
30
C14, C17, C18, C19, C20, C26, C28,
C30, C32, C33, C35, C37
12
20TQC47M, 47µF, TQC Series Hi-Volt Low ESR Capacitor
SANYO
31
F325
1
MICROSMD050F, PolySwitch SM Resetable Fuse
RAYCHEM-TYCO
32
L1
1
IHLP-5050CE-01-4R7M, 4.7µH, 13mm SMD Inductor
VISHAY
33
Q1, Q2
2
RJK0305, N-Channel Power MOSFET
HITACHI
34
Q44, Q70
2
BSS84TA, P-Channel MOSFET
Fairchild
35
Q71
1
MMBT3906, PNP Transistor
Fairchild
36
U301
1
C8051F320-GQ/PROG-REV.02
General Purpose MicroControllers
SILICON LABORATORIES
37
Z70, Z71
2
BZX84C5V1LT1, Zener Diode
Fairchild
38
C21, C25, C27, C29, C31, C34, C36,
C38, C40, R3, R38, Q3, Q4
13
OPEN
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FIGURE 17. TOP SILKSCREEN
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FIGURE 18. BOTTOM SILKSCREEN
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FIGURE 19. TOP LAYER COPPER
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FIGURE 20. LAYER 2 COPPER
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FIGURE 21. LAYER 3 COPPER
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FIGURE 22. BOTTOM LAYER COPPER
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