CP2114-EK User's Guide

C P 2 11 4 - E K
CP211 4 E VALUATION K I T U SER ’ S G UIDE
1. Kit Contents
The CP2114 Evaluation Kit is available in four configurations shown in Table 1:
Table 1. Evaluation Kits
Kit Name
Components
CP2114
CP2114-EK
evaluation board
cable
RS-232 serial cable
CP2114 evaluation board
Daughter card with Cirrus Logic CS42L55 CODEC
Ear bud headphones
Audio cable (3.5 mm male to male)
USB Cable
RS-232 serial cable
CP2114 evaluation board
Daughter card with Wolfson Microelectronics WM8523 DAC
Ear bud headphones
USB Cable
RS-232 serial cable
CP2114 evaluation board
Daughter card with Texas Instruments PCM1774 DAC
Ear bud headphones
USB Cable
RS-232 serial cable
USB
CP2114-CS42L55EK
CP2114-WM8523EK
CP2114-PCM1774EK
This document applies to all CP2114 kits.
2. Software Setup
The example applications as well as additional documentation can be found here: www.silabs.com/CP2114
AN721
Software (AN721SW)
USB
and GPIO configuration utility: See AN721 for more information on customizing USB and GPIO settings.
(DAC/CODEC) configuration utility: See Section 4 for more information using the DAC Configuration utility.
Audio
CP2114
Data Sheet
CP2114 Evaluation Kit User's Guide
AN433: CP2110/4 HID-to-UART API Specification
AN434: CP2110/4 Interface Specification
CP2114 Quick Start Guide
Rev. 0.1 10/12
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3. CP2114 Hardware Interface
For information on using the CP2114, see the CP2114 Quick Start Guide, available at www.silabs.com/CP2114.
Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3, and Figure 4 show each evaluation board as well as important features.
RS-232
Connector
DAC Select
Jumpers
USB Active
and Suspend
LEDs
Microphone Input
Path
Daughter
Card
Connector
USB
Connector
TX and RX
Toggle LEDs
Volume Control
Buttons
Figure 1. CP2114 Evaluation Board Features
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Line Out
Connector
Headphone
Out
Connector
Daughter
Card
Connector
CS42L55
Codec
Analog
Input
Connector
Figure 2. CS42L55 Daughter Card Features
Line Out
Connector
Headphone
Out
Connector
Daughter
Card
Connector
WM8523
DAC
Figure 3. WM8523 Daughter Card Features
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Analog
Input
Connector
Headphone/
Line Out
Connector
Daughter
Card
Connector
PCM1774
DAC
Figure 4. PCM1774 Daughter Card Features
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4. DAC Configuration Application (AN721SW)
The DAC Configuration utility is an application within the AN721 software (AN721SW) package that allows audio
configuration strings to be sent to the CP2114 one-time programmable memory or RAM. The audio string is used
by the CP2114 to configure the DAC/CODEC. To access the DAC Configuration utility, run the AN721SW and
connect to the CP2114 device.
After connecting to the device, select Advanced Configuration, then DAC Configuration. After this, the DAC
Configuration utility shown in Figure 5 will appear. This AN721SW package is available at www.silabs.com/CP2114.
Figure 5. AN721: DAC Configuration
4.1. Application Command Descriptions
4.1.1. Get CP2114 Capabilities
This button will report the current configuration of the one-time programmable memory. With the default pin
configuration and no jumpers installed on GPIO.5, GPIO.6, GPIO.7, or GPIO.8, the utility will display the following:
* CP2114 Caps
AvailableBootIndices: 0x20
AvailableOtpConfigs: 0x1D
CurrentBootConfig: 0xFF
AvailableOtpConfigSpace: 0x1532
The AvailableBootIndices: 0x20 parameter indicates that all 32 boot index slots are available for programming.
The AvailableOtpConfigs: 0x1D parameter indicates that there are 29 CP2114 configurations available in the
one-time programmable memory.
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The CP2114 EVB ships with three default configurations in OTP at the following indices:
Index 0: Audio out and audio in streams both set to Asynchronous with CS42L55 DAC settings.
Index 1: Audio out and audio in streams both set to Asynchronous with WM8523 DAC settings.
Index 2: Audio out and audio in streams both set to Asynchronous with PCM1774 DAC settings.
The CurrentBootConfig parameter with a value of 0xFF indicates the CP2114 will not configure any DAC devices
on a reset or boot.This occurs when
DAC
select input feature is turned on and no jumpers are installed on GPIO.5, GPIO.6, GPIO.7, and
GPIO.8.
DAC select input feature is turned on and the GPIO value is set to “Use OTP Boot Config” while no valid
boot config entry is found in the one-time programmable memory.
DAC select input feature is turned off and there is no valid Boot Config entry in the one-time programmable
memory.
The CP2114 has 32 programmable boot configuration entries by default. (The CP2114 boot configuration can be
changed up to a total of 32 times.)
The final parameter, AvailableOtPConfigSpace: 0x1532 indicates there are 0x1532 (5426) bytes of
programmable memory available to support new configurations.
4.1.2. Reset Device
This button forces a CP2114 reset.
4.1.3. Load Config Text from File
Loads configuration text from a file into the Config Text window.
4.1.4. Save Config Text to File
Saves the text in the Config Text window to a file.
4.1.5. Write Config Text to RAM
Writes the configuration displayed in the Config Text window into the CP2114 RAM. The DAC configurations are
also written to the DAC. This operation will cause the CP2114 to disconnect and reconnect on the USB bus. This
configuration is not retained on device reset.
4.1.6. Write Config Text to OTP
Writes the configuration in the Config Text window to the one-time programmable memory. The configuration does
not become the active configuration in RAM unless it’s specified in CP2114 Boot Config or via DAC select GPIO
pins followed by power cycling or resetting the device.
4.1.7. Read CP2114 Config from OTP
After specifying the configuration number in the text box to the right of the button and clicking the button, the utility
will display the one-time programmable memory configuration in the output window.
4.1.8. Set CP2114 Boot Config
After specifying the configuration number in the text box to the right of the button and clicking the button, the boot
configuration index is programmed into the one-time programmable memory space.
Note: The CP2114 boot configuration index can be changed up to 32 times.
4.1.9. Get DAC Registers
Displays one or more DAC registers in the output window. To display a contiguous range of DAC registers enter the
starting register address in the Start Address field and the number of registers to read in the Num Registers field.
Click Get DAC Registers and the register values will be displayed in the status window as hex comma-separated
values.
4.1.10. Save Final Device Customization to File
Save the final 5.5 kB of customized data into a file for one-time programming in production.
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4.2. Using the Application
Use the following steps to program the CP2114 using the DAC configuration utility:
1. Click Get CP2114 Capabilities and note the boot index, available OTP boot index slots, and available OTP
config space.
2. Click Load Config Text from File if there is one available; otherwise write the config text into the Config
Text window directly.
3. Click Write Config Text to RAM. This will cause CP2114 to re-enumerate over USB. Once CP2114 device
is seen by the Host again, verify the device's audio functionalities including volume control and mute
control. Adjust the value in Config Text if necessary and repeat Write Config Text to RAM until desired
result is achieved.
4. Verify the DAC registers have the desired setting by entering the Start Address and Num Registers and
clicking Get DAC Registers.
5. Click Save Config Text to File to save a copy of the text in the Config Text window.
6. Click Write Config Text to OTP after all functionalities have been completely verified in RAM. The new
config will consume one Boot Config index slot and some one-time programmable config space. The index
of this new config should be the next available index. For example, if Get CP2114 Capabilities returned
AvailableOtpConfigs of 0x1D, this Configuration index will be 3.
7. Enter the index of the new config and click Read CP2114 Config from OTP. Verify the data returned is as
expected.
8. Click Get CP2114 Capabilities and verify the available OTP config space is (2+Config Data bytes) less
than the previous value. The firmware inserts 2-byte length before the Config Data when writing to OTP.
Available OTP Configs should be 1 less than the previous value.
9. Enter the Configuration index of the new Config and click Set CP2114 Boot Config to make CP2114 to
boot from the new Config.
10. Reset the CP2114.
11. Verify CP2114 boots up properly with DAC functioning properly. Verify volume and mute integration with
the Host. Click Save Final Device Configuration to File for OTP programming in production.
4.3. Audio Configuration String Format
The audio configuration string input format is comma or space-separated hex values (a combination of comma and
space separation is not allowed).The CP2114 data sheet available at www.silabs.com/CP2114 discusses the audio
configuration string in detail.
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5. Evaluation Board Overview
5.1. CP2114-EB Overview
The CP2114 Evaluation Kit includes an evaluation board with a CP2114 device pre-installed for user evaluation and
software development. Numerous input/output (I/O) connections are provided to facilitate prototyping using the evaluation board. Refer to Figure 6 for the locations of the various I/O connectors.
J1
J2
J3
JP00-JP30
JP40
JP41
JP42
JP43
JP44
JP45
JP46
JP47
JP48
JP49
JP50, JP52
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
SW1-SW4
SW5
8
Daughter card connector
USB connector for USB interface
DB9 connector for RS-232 interface
CP2114 pin connector
VIO power connector
REGIN Power Connector and Self-Powered Mode Connector
Test point connector
Si500 enable connector
SCKIN to SCK connector
DAC selection connector
Green USB ACTIVE LED connector
Red USB SUSPEND LED connector
Daughter card reset connector
CP2114 GPIO signal header
Daughter card GPIO signal header
Red record mute LED
Red receive toggle LED
Red transmit toggle LED
Red USB SUSPEND LED
Green USB ACTIVE LED
Audio control buttons
Reset button
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J3
DAC Select
RESET
SILICON LABS
JP41
JP42
JP40
CP2114
U1
Si500
www.silabs.com
PB MUTE REC MUTE VOL S3
J2
U3
D2
CP2114-EB
S5
S4
S1
JP43
TXT
D4
D3
RXT
JP52
JP48
JP17
JP16
JP15
JP14
JP13
JP12
JP11
JP10
JP07
JP06
JP05
JP04
JP03
JP02
JP01
JP00
JP44
J1
JP20
JP21
JP50
JP49
JP45
SUSPEND
D5
JP46
JP47
JP22
JP23
JP24
JP25
JP26
JP30
ACTIVE
D6
VOL +
S2
Figure 6. CP2114 Evaluation Board with Default Shorting Blocks Installed
5.1.1. Daughter Card Connector (J1)
The J1 connector is used to connect to a CP2114 daughter card.
5.1.2. Universal Serial Bus (USB) Interface (J2)
A Universal Serial Bus (USB) connector (J2) is provided to facilitate connections to the USB interface on the
CP2114. See Table 2 for the USB pin definitions.
Table 2. USB Connector Pin Descriptions
Pin #
Description
1
2
3
4
VBUS
D–
D+
GND (Ground)
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5.1.3. UART Signals (J3)
An RS-232 transceiver circuit and DB9 connector (J3) are provided on the evaluation board to connect the CP2114
to external serial devices. See Table 3 for the RS-232 J3 pin descriptions.
Table 3. RS-232 Pin Descriptions
Pin
Signal
2
3
5
7
8
RXD
TXD
GND
RTS
CTS
CP2114
Direction
Input
Output
Output
Input
Description
Receive Data
Transmit Data
Ground
Request to Send
Clear to Send
5.1.4. CP2114 Pin Connectors (JP00-JP30)
The JP00-JP30 connectors connect and disconnect CP2114 pins from external circuits. By default, all of these
jumpers are populated.
5.1.5. VIO Power Connector (JP40)
This header (JP40) is included on the evaluation board to provide VIO power options. Populating the shorting block
connects the CP2114 VIO input (pin 6) to CP2114 VDD (pin 7). Remove the shorting block to power VIO from an
external source and connect the power source to pin 2 of the header.
5.1.6. REGIN Power Connector and Self-Powered Mode Connector (JP41)
The JP41 header is used to connect the CP2114 REGIN pin (pin 8) to the VBUS source from the USB connector
(default) or to the CP2114 VDD pin (pin 7). When connected to the VBUS source, the device is intended for buspowered operation. When connected to the CP2114 VDD pin, the device is intended for self-powered operation. In
self-powered operation, an external power source can be connected to the JP41 header to power the VDD pin
directly.
5.1.7. Test Point Connector (JP42)
The JP42 header contains test points and is not used in normal operation.
5.1.8. Si500 Enable Connector (JP43)
The JP43 header controls the power to the Si500 CMOS clock. Shorting pin 1 to pin 2 on the header will connect
CP2114 VDD (pin 7) to the Si500. Shorting pin 2 to pin 3 on the header will place the Si500 in powerdown mode.
The setting of JP43 depends on the desired clocking mode.
5.1.9. SCK to SCKIN Connector (JP44)
The JP44 jumper should be left installed.
5.1.10. DAC Selection Connector (JP45)
The JP45 header is used to select the CP2114 boot configuration after a reset. When a jumper is populated, the
corresponding GPIO pin in connected to ground. When a jumper is removed, the corresponding GPIO pin is
weakly pulled high.
Note: If any of the four DAC select pins are configured for a function other than DAC selection, the CP2114 will not use the
DAC select pins to choose a boot configuration.
5.1.11. Green USB ACTIVE LED and Connector (JP46, D6)
The JP46 header is used to connect the CP2114 SUSPEND pin (pin 18) to the D6 green LED. When the LED is on,
the device has enumerated with the PC operating normally. When the LED is off, the device has not yet
enumerated or is in the USB Suspend state.
5.1.12. .Red USB SUSPEND LED and Connector (JP47, D5)
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The JP47 header is used to connect the CP2114 SUSPEND pin (pin 17) to the D5 red LED. When the LED is on,
the device has enumerated with the PC operating normally. When the LED is off, the device has not yet
enumerated or is in the USB Suspend state.
5.1.13. Daughter Card Reset Connector (JP48)
The JP48 header connects reset to the GPIO4_C pin on the daughter card connector (J1). On the CS42L55
daughter card, GPIO4_C is connected to the CS42L55 RESET pin. The GPIO4_C pin is unconnected on the
WM8523 and PCM1774 daughter cards because the DACs do not have a hardware reset input.
5.1.14. CP2114 GPIO Signal Connector (JP49)
The connector JP49 provides easy access to all of the CP2114 GPIO signals.
5.1.15. Daughter Card Signal Header (JP50, JP52)
The headers JP50 and JP52 allow the connection of GPIO0-4 signals to the corresponding daughter card signals
(GPIOx_C). These jumpers can be used to route the appropriate GPIO signals to a custom daughter card.
5.1.16. Audio Control Buttons and Red Record Mute LED (SW1-SW4, D2)
SW1 through SW4 send audio control commands when pressed. In addition, the red record mute LED (D2) will
turn on when the record mute button is pressed (SW4).
Table 4. Audio Control Buttons
LED
Pins
S1
Volume –
S2
Volume +
S3
Playback Mute
S4
Record Mute
5.1.17. Red Receive Toggle and Transmit Toggle LEDs (D3, D4)
The LEDs D3 and D4 will toggle when transmitting and receiving UART data. In order to use this functionality, the
GPIO pins must first be configured for TX Toggle and RX Toggle modes. By default, these pins are used for DAC
select 0 and DAC select 1.
5.1.18. Reset Button (SW5)
SW5 externally pulls the CP2114 reset pin (pin 10) low when pressed. If SW5 is held down, the CP2114 will remain
in reset until the button is released.
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5.2. CS42L55-EB Overview
The CS42L55 evaluation board contains a pre-installed CS42L55 for evaluation and preliminary software development with the CP2114 evaluation board. Refer to Figure 7 for the locations of the various I/O connectors on the
CS42L55-EB.
P1
P2
P3
P4
J1-J5
J9, J10
Daughter card connector
Analog input connector
Line output connector
Headphone output connector
I2S/I2C signal connectors
I2S/I2C signal connectors
LINE OUT
P3
J1
HP OUT
J2
P4
J4
P1
J3
J10
J5
CS42L55
J9
U1
AIN
P2
SILICON LABS
CP2114-CS42L55-EVB
www.silabs.com
Figure 7. CS42L55 Evaluation Board with Default Shorting Blocks Installed
5.2.1. Daughter Card Connector (P1)
The P1 connector is used to connect to a CP2114 evaluation board (CP2114-EB). The CS42L55-EB must be
plugged into a CP2114 evaluation board to function properly.
5.2.2. Analog Input Connector (P2)
The P2 connector is used to connect an input device to the CS42L55 evaluation board.
5.2.3. Line Output Connector (P3)
The P3 connector is used to connect powered speakers to the CS42L55 evaluation board.
5.2.4. Headphone Output Connector (P4)
The P4 connector is used to connect headphones to the CS42L55 evaluation board.
5.2.5. I2S/I2C Signal Connectors (JP1-JP5, JP9, JP10)
Connectors JP1 through JP7, JP9, and JP10 are provided to allow access to the I2S/I2C signals between the
CP2114 and CS42L55. Placing a shorting block between pins 1 and 2 will connect the CP2114 to the CS42L55.
Placing a shorting block between pins 2 and 3 will connect the corresponding CS42L55 pin to ground. When
monitoring the I2S signals, connect the scope probe ground lead to the adjacent ground pin.
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5.3. WM8523-EB Overview
The WM8523 evaluation board contains a pre-installed WM8523 for evaluation and preliminary software development with the CP2114 evaluation board. Refer to Figure 8 for the locations of the various I/O connectors on the
WM8523-EB.
J1
J2
J3
JP2-JP10
JP11
JP12
JP13
JP14
JP15
JP16-JP20
Daughter card connector
Line output connector
Headphone output connector
I2S and I2C signal connectors
Voltage regulator input connector
WM8253 supply voltage header
WM8253 supply voltage connector
Headphone amplifier SHDN header
Ground header
GPIO header for SHDN control
HP OUT
J3
JP15
JP12
JP13
JP9
JP10
LINE OUT
JP14
JP11
J2
JP19
JP20
JP16
JP17
JP18
J1
JP7
JP8
WM8523
JP5
U1
JP6
JP3
JP4
SILICON LABS
JP2
CP2114-WM8523-EVB
www.silabs.com
Figure 8. WM8253 Evaluation Board with Default Shorting Blocks Installed
5.3.1. Daughter Card Connector (J1)
The J1 connector is used to connect to a CP2114 evaluation board (CP2114-EB). The WM8253-EB must be
plugged into a CP2114 evaluation board to function properly.
5.3.2. Line Output Connector (J2)
The J2 connector is used to connect powered speakers to the WM8253 evaluation board.
5.3.3. Headphone Output Connector (J3)
The J3 connector is used to connect headphones to the WM8253 evaluation board.
5.3.4. I2S/I2C Signal Connectors (JP2-JP10)
Connectors JP2 through JP10 are provided to allow access to the I2S/I2C signals between the CP2114 and
WM8253. Placing a shorting block between pins 1 and 2 will connect the CP2114 to the WM8253. Placing a
shorting block between pins 2 and 3 will connect the corresponding WM8253 pin to ground. When monitoring the
I2S signals, connect the scope probe ground lead to the adjacent ground pin.
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5.3.5. Voltage Regulator Connector (JP11)
The JP11 connector is used to connect the VBUS signal being supplied to the CP2114 to the input of the voltage
regulator on the WM8253 evaluation board. Installing this jumper connects the VBUS signal to the regulator output.
If another voltage supply is used, JP11 should be removed and the supply should be connected to pin 2 of the
header.
5.3.6. WM8253 Supply Voltage Header (JP12)
The JP12 header provides access to the WM8253 supply voltage.
5.3.7. WM8253 Supply Voltage Connector (JP13)
This header (JP13) is included on the evaluation board to provide several power options for the WM8253. The
following describes the function of each pin:
Shorting
pins 1,2: Connects the regulator output on the WM8253-EB to the supply of the WM8253.
Shorting pins 2,3: Connects the CP2114 VDD (CP2114 pin 7) to the supply of the WM8253.
5.3.8. Headphone Amplifier SHDN Header (JP14, JP16–JP20)
The jumpers JP14 and JP16-JP20 control the headphone amplifier shutdown (SHDN) pin. The headphone
amplifier is enabled when SHDN is high and disabled when SHDN is low. In the default configuration (jumper
shorting pins1 and 2), the headphone amp is always enabled. Shorting pins 2 and 3 on JP14 will disable the
headphone amplifier. Removing JP14 and connecting one of JP16-JP20 allows the host to control the headphone
amp via GPIO pin. In this case, the corresponding GPIO-GPIO_C jumper must also be installed on the CP2114-EK
board.
5.3.9. Ground Header (JP15)
The JP15 header provides access to ground.
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5.4. PCM1774-EB Overview
The PCM1774 evaluation board includes contains a pre-installed a PCM1774 for evaluation and preliminary software development with the CP2114 evaluation board. Refer to Figure 9 for the locations of the various I/O connectors on the PCM1774-EB.
J1
J2
J3
JP1-JP7
JP8
JP9
JP15, JP16
Daughter card connector
Headphone/line output connector
Analog input connector
I2S signal connectors
Voltage regulator connector
PCM1774 supply voltage connector
External capacitor connectors
ANALOG IN
J3
HP/LINE OUT
JP9
JP8
J2
J1
JP15 JP16
PCM1774
U1
JP6
JP7
JP4
JP5
JP2
JP3
JP1
SILICON LABS
CP2114-PCM1774-EVB
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Figure 9. PCM1774 Evaluation Board with Default Shorting Blocks Installed
5.4.1. Daughter Card Connector (J1)
The J1 connector is used to connect to a CP2114 evaluation board (CP2114-EB). The PCM1774-EB must be
plugged into a CP2114 evaluation board to function properly.
5.4.2. Headphone/Line Output Connector (J2)
The J2 connector is used to connect headphones or powered speakers to the PCM1774 evaluation board.
5.4.3. Analog Input Connector (J3)
The J3 connector is used to connect an input device to the PCM1774 evaluation board.
5.4.4. I2S/I2C Signal Connectors (JP1–JP7)
Connectors JP1 through JP7 are provided to allow access to the I2S/I2C signals between the CP2114 and
PCM1774. Placing a shorting block between pins 1 and 2 will connect the CP2114 to the PCM1774. Placing a
shorting block between pins 2 and 3 will connect the corresponding PCM1774 pin to ground. When monitoring the
I2S signals, connect the scope probe ground lead to the adjacent ground pin.
5.4.5. Voltage Regulator Connector (JP8)
The JP8 connector is used to connect the VBUS signal being supplied to the CP2114 to the input of the voltage
regulator on the PCM1774 evaluation board. Installing this jumper connects the VBUS signal to the regulator
output. If another voltage supply is used, JP8 should be removed and the supply should be connected to pin 2 of
the header.
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5.4.6. PCM1774 Supply Voltage Connector (JP9)
This header (JP9) is included on the evaluation board to provide several power options for the PCM1774. The
following describes the function of each pin:
Shorting
pins 1,2: Connects the regulator output on the PCM1774-EB to the supply of the PCM1774.
Shorting pins 2,3: Connects the CP2114 VDD (CP2114 pin 7) to the supply of the PCM1774.
5.4.7. External Capacitor Connectors (JP15, JP16)
The JP15 and JP16 connectors allow external capacitors to be connected to the HP/LINE OUT connector. For best
low frequency response (35 Hz cutoff), remove the jumpers on JP15 and JP16. For maximum power output (45 Hz
cutoff), place the jumpers on JP15 and JP16.
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6. Schematics
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Figure 11. CS42L55 Evaluation Board Schematic
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Figure 12. WM8523 Evaluation Board Schematic
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Figure 13. PCM1774 Evaluation Board Schematic
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7. Bill of Materials
Table 5. CP2114 Evaluation Board (CP2114-EB) Bill of Materials
Reference
Part Number
Source
Description
C18
C0603X5R6R3-475K
Venkel
4.7 µF 6.3 V ±10% X5R 0603
C19 C20
C21 C22
C0603X7R250-104K
Venkel
0.1 µF 25 V ±10% X7R 0603
C6 C8 C13
C23 C25
C0603X5R160-105K
Venkel
1 µF 16 V ±10% X5R 0603
C7 C9 C10
C11 C12 C14
C15 C16
C17 C24
C26
C0402X7R160-104K
Venkel
0.1 µF 16 V ±10% X7R 0402
D1
SP0503BAHTG
Littlefuse
300 mW 20 V TVS SOT143-AKKK
D2 D3 D4 D5
SML-LX0603IW
Lumex Inc.
RED 30 mA LED 0603
D6
SML-LX0603GW
Lumex Inc.
GREEN 25 mA LED 0603
J1
PCN10C-20S-2.54DS(72)
Hirose Electric Co Ltd
CONN, DIN HEADER, 20POS, DUAL R/A,
FEMALE
J2
292304-1
Tyco
USB Type B Connector
J3
D09P33E4GX00LF
FCI
DB9 MALE RA D-SUB
J4 JP00
JP03 JP04
JP05 JP06
JP07 JP10
JP11 JP12
JP13 JP14
JP15 JP16
JP17 JP20
JP21 JP22
JP23 JP24
JP25 JP26
JP30 JP40
JP44 JP46
JP47 JP48
JP52
TSW-102-07-T-S
Samtec
JUMPER Header CONN1X2
JP01 JP02
JP41 JP42
JP43 JP50
TSW-103-07-T-S
Samtec
JUMPER Header CONN1X3
JP45
TSW-104-07-T-D
Samtec
JUMPER Header CONN4x2
JP49
TSW-112-07-T-S
Samtec
JUMPER Header CONN1x12
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Table 5. CP2114 Evaluation Board (CP2114-EB) Bill of Materials
Reference
Part Number
Source
Description
JS1 JS2 JS3
JS4 JS5 JS6
JS7 JS8 JS9
JS10 JS11
JS12 JS13
JS14 JS15
JS16 JS17
JS18 JS19
JS20 JS21
JS22 JS23
JS24 JS30
JS32 JS33
JS35 JS37
JS38 JS39
JS40 JS41
SNT-100-BK-T
Samtec
Jumper Shunt
R1 R2 R3 R4
R9
CR0402-16W-471J
Venkel
470 1/16 W ±5% ThickFilm 0402
R21 R22
R23 R24
R25 R26
R28 R30
R32
CR0603-10W-103J
Venkel
10K 1/10 W ±5% ThickFilm 0603
R27 R29
R31 R33
CR0603-10W-472J
Venkel
4.7K 1/10 W ±5% ThickFilm 0603
R34 R35
R36 R37
R38 R39
R40 R41
CR0201-20W-33R0F
Venkel
33 1/20 W ±1% ThickFilm 0201
R5 R6
CR0603-16W-102J
Venkel
1K 1/16 W ±5% ThickFilm 0603
R7 R8
CR0603-10W-1201F
Venkel
1.20K 1/10 W ±1% ThickFilm 0603
S1 S2 S3 S4
S5
EVQ-PAD04M
Panasonic Corp
Momentary Tactile Switch SW4N6.5X4.5
TP11 TP12
TP13 TP14
TP15 TP16
TP17 TP18
TP19 TP20
TP21 TP22
151-207-RC
Kobiconn
RED Loop Testpoint
U1
CP2114-B01-GM
Silicon Laboratories
CP2114 USB Audio to Digital Audio Bridge
QFN32N5X5P0.5
U2
SP3223EUCY-L
Exar Corporation
RS232 Transceiver TSSOP20N6.4P0.65
U3
500SAAC48M0000ACF
SiLabs
48 MHz 3.3 V CMOS ±150PPM Si500S
OSC4N3.2X4.0
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Table 6. Cirrus Logic CS42L55 Evaluation Board (CS42L55-EB) Bill of Materials
Reference
Part Number
Source
Description
C8-10 C2829
C0603C104J3RACTU
Kemet
CAP, 0.1 µF, X7R, CERAMIC, 0603, 25 V,
±5%, OR EQ, RoHS.
C15-16 C19
C33
C1608X7R1C105K
TDK Corporation
CAP CERAMIC, 1.0 µF, X7R, 0603, 16 V,
±10%, OR EQ, RoHS.
C13-14
CC0805JRNPO9BN102
Yageo
CAP CERAMIC, 1000 pF, NPO, 0805, 50 V,
±5%, OR EQ, RoHS.
C2
EMK212BJ106KG-T
Taiyo Yuden
CAP, CER, 10µF, 16V, X5R, 0805 OR EQ,
RoHS
C20-21
ECJ-2VC1H152J
Panasonic Electronic
Components
CAP, 1500 pF, NP0, CERAMIC, 0805, 50 V
, ±5%, OR EQ, RoHS.
C17-18
GRM2165C1H182JA01D
Murata Electronics
North America
CAP, 1800 pF, NP0, CERAMIC, 0805, 50 V
, ±5%, OR EQ, RoHS.
C3-7 C11-12
GRM188R61C225KE15D
Murata Electronics
North America
CAP, 2.2 µF , CERAMIC , 16 V , X5R,
0603, ±10% , OR EQ, RoHS.
C1
EMK212BJ475KG-T
Taiyo Yuden
CAP, CER, 4.7 µF, 16 V, 10%, X5R, 0805
OR EQ, RoHS.
P1
PCN10-20P-2.54DS(72)
Hirose Electric Co Ltd
CONN, DIN HEADER, 20POS, DUAL R/A,
MALE, RoHS.
U1
CS42L55-CNZ
Cirrus Logic Inc
STEREO CODEC,QFN36-5X5 mm , RoHS.
J6
PBC02SAAN
Sullins Connector
Solutions
STAKE HEADER, 1X2, 0.1"CTR, GOLD,
OR EQ, RoHS.
J1-5 J9-10
PBC03SAAN
Sullins Connector
Solutions
STAKE HEADER, 1X3, 0.1" CTRS, OR EQ,
RoHS.
U2
LT1963AEST-2.5
Linear Technology
LDO REG, 2.5 V, 1.5 A, SOT223
R10-11
ERJ-3EKF1000V
Panasonic Electronic
Components
RES, 100 OHM, SMT, 0603, 1/10 W, ±1%,
OR EQ, RoHS.
R8-9
RT0805FRE0733R2L
Yageo
RES, 33.2 OHM, SMT, 0805, 1/8 W, ±1%,
OR EQ, RoHS.
R12-13
ERJ-6ENF5620V
Panasonic Electronic
Components
RES, 562 OHM, SMT, 0805, 1/8 W, ±1%,
OR EQ, RoHS.
R1-5
N/A
SH1-7
SPC02SYAN
Sullins Connector
Solutions
CONN, JUMPER SHORTING, TIN, OR EQ,
RoHS.
SF1-4
SJ61A6
3M
BUMPON PROTECTIVE, BUMPER ,
SILICONE, OR EQ, RoHS.
P2-4
SJ1-3535NG
CUI Inc
CONN, JACK STEREO, 3 POS, 3.5 MM,
PTH, RoHS.
TP3
5002
Keystone Electronics
TEST POINT, PC COMPACT, .063"D
WHITE, OR EQ, RoHS.
SOLDER BUMP JUMPER, NC, 0402
Components Not Installed (NI)
R6-7
RES, SMT, 0603, OR EQ, RoHS. (NI)
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Table 7. Wolfson Microelectronics WM8523 Evaluation Board (WM8523-EB) Bill of Materials
Reference
Part Number
Source
Description
C1 C2 C15
C16
C0805X5R160-475K
Venkel
4.7 µF 16 V ±10% X5R 0805
C19 C20
C1206X7R250-105K
Venkel
1 µF 25 V ±10% X7R 1206
C4 C7 C12
C13 C14
C0805X7R160-105M
Venkel
1 µF 16 V ±20% X7R 0805
C6
C0603X7R100-225K
Venkel
2.2 µF 10 V ±10% X7R 0603
C8 C9
C1206C0G500-473J
Venkel
47 nF 50 V ±5% COG 1206
J1
PCN10-20P-2.54DS(72)
Hirose Electric Co Ltd
CONN, DIN HEADER, 20POS, DUAL R/A,
MALE, RoHS.
J2 J3
SJ1-3535NG
CUI
Audio Jack
JP11 JP12
JP15 JP16
JP17 JP18
JP19 JP20
TSW-102-07-T-S
Samtec
JUMPER Header CONN1X2
JP2 JP3 JP4
JP5 JP6 JP7
JP8 JP9
JP10 JP13
JP14
TSW-103-07-T-S
Samtec
JUMPER Header CONN1X3
JS1 JS2 JS3
JS4 JS5 JS6
JS7 JS8 JS9
JS10 JS11
SNT-100-BK-T
Samtec
Jumper Shunt
R1 R2 R5 R6
R7 R10 R11
CR0603-10W-1002F
Venkel
10K 1/10 W ±1% ThickFilm 0603
R8 R9
CR0603-10W-1270F
Venkel
127 1/10 W ±1% ThickFilm 0603
SF1 SF2
SF3 SF4
SJ61A6
3M
BUMPON PROTECTIVE, BUMPER , SILICONE, OR EQ, RoHS.
U1
WM8523GEDT
Wolfson
Microelectronics
WM8523GEDT DAC TSSOP20N6.4P0.65
U2
LT1963AEST-3.3#PBF
Linear Technologies
3.3 V 1.5 A max LDO SOT223
U3
MAX9722AETE
Maxim
130 mW 2.4 V-5.5 V AMPLIFIER
QFN16N3X3P0.5E
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Table 8. Texas Instruments PCM1774 Evaluation Board (PCM1774-EB) Bill of Materials
Reference
Part Number
Source
Description
C1 C2 C15
C16 C19
C20 C21
C0805X5R160-475K
Venkel
4.7 µF 16 V ±10% X5R 0805
C10 C11
TA016TCM106KA
Venkel
10 µF 16 V ±10% TANT C3216
C17 C18
ECA1CM221
Panasonic
220 µF 16 V ±20% Alum_Elec
C2.5X6.3 MM
C22 C23
C24 C25
C0603X7R250-104K
Venkel
0.1 µF 25 V ±10% X7R 0603
J1
PCN10-20P-2.54DS(72)
Hirose Electric Co Ltd
CONN, DIN HEADER, 20POS, DUAL R/A,
MALE, RoHS.
J2 J3
SJ1-3535NG
CUI
Audio Jack
JP1 JP2 JP3
JP4 JP5 JP6
JP7 JP9
TSW-103-07-T-S
Samtec
JUMPER Header CONN1X3
JP8 JP15
JP16
TSW-102-07-T-S
Samtec
JUMPER Header CONN1X2
JS1 JS3 JS4
JS6 JS7 JS9
JS10 JS11
JS12
SNT-100-BK-T
Samtec
Jumper Shunt
R10 R11 R12
R13 R14
R15
CR0603-16W-22R0F
Venkel
22 1/16 W ±1% ThickFilm 0603
R3
CR0603-10W-1002F
Venkel
10K 1/10 W ±1% ThickFilm 0603
R8 R9
CR0805-10W-4R7J
Venkel
4.7 1/10 W ±5% ThickFilm 0805
SF1 SF2
SF3 SF4
SJ61A6
3M
BUMPON PROTECTIVE, BUMPER , SILICONE, OR EQ, RoHS.
TP1 TP2
TP3
151-207-RC
Kobiconn
RED Loop Testpoint
U1
PCM1774RGP
Texas Instruments
PCM1774 DAC QFN20N4X4P0.5
U2
LT1963AEST-3.3#PBF
Linear Technologies
3.3 V 1.5 A max LDO SOT223
Rev. 0.1
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