AD2S1210EDZ: Evaluation Board for 10-Bit to 16- Bit R/D Converter with Reference Oscillator (OBSOLETE) PDF

Evaluation Board for 10-Bit to 16-Bit R/D
Converter with Reference Oscillator
EVAL-AD2S1210
sinusoidal oscillator that provides sine wave excitation for
resolvers. Full details about the part are available in the
AD2S1210 data sheet from Analog Devices, Inc., which should
be consulted in conjunction with this data sheet when using the
evaluation board.
FEATURES
Full-featured evaluation board for the AD2S1210
EVAL-CED1Z compatible
Standalone capability
Various linking options
PC software for control and data analysis when used with the
EVAL-CED1Z
On-board components include the AD8664 quad op amp,
the ADM6315 voltage monitor, the PI74ALVTC16245AE
bidirectional transceiver, and the 74HC573 Octal D-type
transparent latch.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
This data sheet describes the evaluation board for the AD2S1210,
which is a complete, 10-bit to 16-bit resolution tracking resolverto-digital converter, integrating an on-board programmable
Various link options are explained in Table 1 and Table 2.
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
10-WAY CONNECTOR
SAMPLE,
WR/FSYNC,
SCLK, SDI,
SDO, A0, A1,
RES0, RES1
VDRIVE
AVDD
DVDD
A0, A1, RES0,
RES1, RESET
SINLO
DATA BUS
DB0 TO DB15
AD2S1210
CS
RD
SAMPLE
WR/FSYNC
COSLO
EXC
DB0 TO DB15
A, B, NM, DIR
DOS, LOT
EXC
26-WAY CONNECTOR
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COS
96-WAY EDGE CONNECTOR
SIN
EXTERNAL SUPPLIES
Figure 1.
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EVAL-AD2S1210
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1 Test Points ......................................................................................7 General Description ......................................................................... 1 Evaluation Board Software ...............................................................8 Functional Block Diagram .............................................................. 1 Installing the Software ..................................................................8 Revision History ............................................................................... 2 Setting Up the EVAL-CED1Z ......................................................8 Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 3 Software Operation .......................................................................9 Power Supplies .............................................................................. 3 Using the Software ..................................................................... 10 Link Options ................................................................................. 3 Taking Samples ........................................................................... 11 Setup Conditions .......................................................................... 5 Reading From and Writing to Registers on the AD2S1210 .. 12 Interfacing the Evaluation Board to the EVAL-CED1Z .......... 5 Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork ................................ 13 Operating with the EVAL-CED1Z ............................................. 6 Ordering Information .................................................................... 19 Interfacing to the Evaluation Board in Standalone
Operation....................................................................................... 6 Bill of Materials ........................................................................... 19 Sockets ........................................................................................... 6 ESD Caution................................................................................ 20 Ordering Guide .......................................................................... 20 Connectors .................................................................................... 7 REVISION HISTORY
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
the AD2S1210 DVDD pin, the PI74ALVTC16245AE, and the
74HC573. To supply the AD8664 quad op amp, 12 V should be
used. Lastly, 0 V is connected to one or both of the AGND
inputs and to the DGND input.
POWER SUPPLIES
When using the EVAL-AD2S1210 with the EVAL-CED1Z, all
supplies are provided from the controller board through the
96-way connector.
When using the EVAL-AD2S1210 board as a standalone unit,
external supplies must be provided. This evaluation board has
the following six power supply inputs:
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AVDD
DVDD
VDRIVE
+12 V
AGND
DGND
The AVDD, DVDD and VDRIVE supplies are decoupled to the
relevant ground plane with 4.7 μF tantalum and 0.01 μF multilayer ceramic capacitors. The AD8664, the PI74ALVTC16245AE,
and the 74HC573 are decoupled to the relevant ground plane
with 10 μF tantalum and 0.1 μF multilayer ceramic capacitors.
Extensive ground planes are used on this board to minimize
the effect of high frequency noise interference. There are two
ground planes, AGND and DGND. These are connected at one
location close to the AD2S1210.
LINK OPTIONS
If the evaluation board is used in standalone mode, 5 V must be
connected to the AVDD input to supply the AD2S1210 AVDD pin. In
addition, 5 V must be connected to the DVDD input to supply
There are 16 link options that must be positioned for the required
operating setup before using the evaluation board. The functions
of these options are outlined in Table 1.
Table 1. Link Option Functions
Link No.
LK1
Function
This link selects the source of the SAMPLE input signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the SAMPLE signal is received from the externally applied SAMPLE signal via the J8 SMB socket or the J20
connector.
In Position B, the SAMPLE signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position C, the SAMPLE signal is received from the S2 push-button switch.
LK2
This link selects the source of the CS input signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the CS signal is received from the externally applied CS signal via the J9 SMB socket.
In Position B, the CS signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position C, the CS signal is received from the S3 push button switch.
LK3
This link selects the source of the RD input signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the RD signal is received from the externally applied RD signal via the J10 SMB socket.
In Position B, the RD signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position C, the RD signal is received from the S3 push-button switch.
LK4
This link selects the source of the WR/FSYNC input signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the WR/FSYNC signal is received from the externally applied WR/FSYNC signal via the J11 SMB socket or the J20
connector.
In Position B, the WR/FSYNC signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
LK5
This link selects the source of the SOE input signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the SOE signal is tied to VDRIVE (parallel mode).
In Position B, the SOE signal is tied to DGND (serial mode).
LK6
This link selects the source of the A0 input signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the A0 signal is received from the externally applied A0 signal via the J15 SMB socket or the J20 connector.
In Position B, the A0 signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position C, the A0 signal is tied to VDRIVE.
In Position D, the A0 signal is tied to DGND.
This link selects the source of the A1 input signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the A1 signal is received from the externally applied A0 signal via the J16 SMB socket or the J20 connector.
In Position B, the A1 signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position C, the A1 signal is tied to VDRIVE.
In Position D, the A1 signal is tied to DGND.
LK7
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Link No.
LK8
LK9
LK10, LK11
LK12
LK13
LK14
LK15
LK16
Function
This link selects the source of RES0 signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the RES0 signal is received from the externally applied RES0 signal via the J17 SMB socket or the J20 connector.
In Position B, the RES0 signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position C, the RES0 signal is tied to VDRIVE.
In Position D, the RES0 signal is tied to DGND.
This link selects the source of RES1 signal for the AD2S1210.
In Position A, the RES1 signal is received from the externally applied RES0 signal via the J18 SMB socket or the J20 connector.
In Position B, the RES1 signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position C, the RES1 signal is tied to VDRIVE.
In Position D, the RES1 signal is tied to DGND.
These links select the gain of the EXC and EXC amplifier circuits.
In Position A, the gain can be set by the user. Gain = R/10 kΩ, where R = R1 = R4.
In Position B, a gain of 1.54 is applied.
In Position C, a gain of 0.866 is applied.
This link is used to select the source of the OE signal for the PI74ALVTC16245AE.
In Position A, the OE signal is tied to CS.
In Position B, the OE signal is tied to NC7S04 output (inversion of the OE signal).
This link is used to select the source of the AVDD supply for the EVAL-AD2S1210.
In Position A, the AVDD supply is sourced from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position B, the AVDD supply is sourced externally via the J5 connector.
This link is used to select the source of the DVDD supply for the EVAL-AD2S1210.
In Position A, the DVDD supply is sourced from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position B, the DVDD supply is sourced externally via the J6 connector.
This link is used to select the source of the VDRIVE supply for the EVAL-AD2S1210.
In Position A, the VDRIVE supply is sourced from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position B, The VDRIVE supply is sourced externally via the J6 connector.
This link is used to select the source of the 12 V supply for the EVAL-AD2S1210.
In Position A, the 12 V supply is sourced from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
In Position B, the 12 V supply is sourced externally via the J7 connector.
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Take care before applying power and signals to the evaluation
board to ensure that all link positions are set according to the
required operating mode. There are two different modes in which
to operate the evaluation board. Either the user can operate the
board with the EVAL-CED1Z or it can be used as a standalone
board. Table 2 shows the position in which all the links are set
when the evaluation board is packaged. When the board is
shipped, the assumption is that the user will be operating with
the EVAL-CED1Z. The links are set so that all power supplies
and control signals are supplied by the EVAL-CED1Z.
INTERFACING THE EVALUATION BOARD TO THE
EVAL-CED1Z
Interfacing the EVAL-CED1Z to the evaluation board is via a
96-way connector, J1. The pinout for the J1 connector is shown
in Figure 2. Table 3 gives a description of the pins on the 96-way
connector that are used to interface the EVAL-CED1Z board to
the EVAL-AD2S1210. Table 4 gives the pin designations for the
96-way connector.
1
8
16
24
32
8
16
24
32
A
B
C
1
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SETUP CONDITIONS
Figure 2. Pin Configuration for the 96-Way Connector, J1
Table 2. Link Position on the Packaged EVAL-AD2S1210
Link No.
LK1
LK2
LK3
LK4
LK5
LK6
LK7
LK8
LK9
LK10, LK11
LK12
LK13
LK14
LK15
LK16
Position
B
B
B
B
A
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
Function
SAMPLE signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
CS signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
RD signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
WR/FSYNC signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
SOE signal is tied to VDRIVE.
A0 signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
A1 signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
RES0 signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
RES1 signal is received from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
Gain of 1.54 is selected.
OE signal of PI74ALVTC16245AE is tied to the CS signal.
AVDD supply is sourced from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
DVDD supply is sourced from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
VDRIVE supply is sourced from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
12 V supply is sourced from the evaluation board controller via the 96-way connector.
Table 3. 96-Way Connector Pin Description
Pin
PAR_D0 to
PAR_D15
PAR_RD
PAR_CS
PAR_WR
TMR0/PPI_FS2
GPIO4/PAR_A0
GPIO5/PAR_A1
GPIO0
GPIO1
AGND
DGND
AVCC (+5 V)
DVDD (+5 V)
+VarA (+3.3 V)
+12 V
Description
Parallel Data Bit 0 (LSB) to Parallel Data Bit 15 (MSB).
Parallel read strobe. This output is connected to the RD pin of the AD2S1210 via LK3. This signal is used as a frame
synchronization signal and output enable for the parallel data outputs.
Parallel chip select. This output is connected to the CS pin of the AD2S1210 via LK2 to enable the device.
Parallel write strobe. This output is connected to the WR/FSYNC pin of the AD2S1210 via LK4. This signal is used as a frame
synchronization signal and input enable for the parallel data inputs.
Timer 0/Parallel Peripheral Interface Frame Sync 2. This output is connected to the SAMPLE pin of the AD2S1210 via LK1. This
signal is used to transfer data from the position and velocity integrators to the position and velocity registers of the AD2S1210.
General-Purpose Input/Output Bit 4/Parallel Address Bit 0. This output is connected to the A0 pin of the AD2S1210. Is used in
conjunction with GPIO5/PAR_A1 to select the mode of the AD2S1210.
General-Purpose Input/Output Bit 5/Parallel Address Bit 1. This output is connected to the A1 pin of the AD2S1210, and is used in
conjunction with GPIO4/PAR_A0 to select the mode of the AD2S1210.
General-Purpose Input/Output Bit 0. This signal is connected to the RES0 pin of the AD2S1210, and is used in conjunction with
GPIO1 to select the resolution of the AD2S1210.
General-Purpose Input/Output Bit 1. This signal is connected to the RES1 pin of the AD2S1210, and is used in conjunction with
GPIO0 to select the resolution of the AD2S1210.
Analog ground. These lines are connected to the analog ground plane on the evaluation board.
Digital ground. These lines are connected to the digital ground plane on the evaluation board.
Analog 5 V supply. This is used to supply analog circuitry on the AD2S1210.
Digital 5 V supply. This is used to supply the PI74ALVTC16245AE, 74HC573, NC7S04, ADM6315, and digital circuitry on the AD2S1210.
Digital 3.3 V supply connected to the VDRIVE pin of the AD2S1210.
12 V supply. This line is connected to the 12 V supply line on the evaluation board via LK16 and is used to supply the AD8664.
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Table 4. 96-Way Connector Pin Designations1
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
1
Row A
DGND
DVDD (+5 V)
PAR_RD
DGND
GPIO5/PAR_A1
GPIO0
DGND
TMR0/PPI_FS2
PAR_D12
DGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
+VarA (+3.3 V)
AGND
−12 V
AVSS (−5 V)
AVCC (+5 V)
Row B
PAR_D0
PAR_D1
DGND
PAR_D2
PAR_D3
PAR_D4
DVDD (+5 V)
PAR_D5
PAR_D6
PAR_D7
DGND
PAR_D8
PAR_D9
PAR_D10
DGND
PAR_D11
PAR_D13
GPIO1
DGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AVSS (−5 V)
AVCC (+5 V)
adaptors for worldwide use. The power supply is provided with
the EVAL-CED1Z.
Row C
Connection between the EVAL-CED1Z and the USB port of a
PC is via a standard USB 2.0 connection cable that is provided
as part of the EVAL-CED1Z package.
DGND
INTERFACING TO THE EVALUATION BOARD IN
STANDALONE OPERATION
Options for interfacing with the evaluation board are via J4, a
26-way connector, via J20, a 10-way connector, or via external
Socket J8 to Socket J19. These connectors and sockets are provided
to allow the evaluation board to be interfaced with systems other
than the Analog Devices EVAL-CED1Z. The 26-way connector,
J4, is provided for use in parallel mode. The 10-way connector,
J20, is provided for use in serial mode. The pin designations for
both J4 and J20 are shown in Table 5 and Table 6, respectively.
DVDD (+5 V)
PAR_WR
PAR_CS
DGND
GPIO4/PAR_A0
DGND
Table 5. Pin Designations for 26-Way Connector J4
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
PAR_D14
PAR_D15
DGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
AGND
+VarA (+3.3 V)
AGND
+12 V
AVSS (−5 V)
AVCC (+5 V)
Row A
D0
D2
D4
D6
D8
D10
D12
D14
DIR
B
LOT
DGND
VDRIVE
Row B
D1
D3
D5
D7
D9
D11
D13
D15
NM
A
DOS
DGND
VDRIVE
Table 6. Pin Designations for 10-Way Connector J20
The unused pins of the 96-way connector are not shown.
OPERATING WITH THE EVAL-CED1Z
The evaluation board can be operated in a standalone mode or
operated in conjunction with the EVAL-CED1Z. This evaluation
board controller is available from Analog Devices under the
order entry EVAL-CED1Z.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
When interfacing the EVAL-AD2S1210 directly to the EVALCED1Z, all supplies and control signals to operate the AD2S1210
evaluation board are provided by the EVAL-CED1Z.
Software to communicate between the EVAL-CED1Z and
AD2S1210 is provided with the AD2S1210 evaluation board
package.
The 96-way connector on the EVAL-AD2S1210 plugs directly
into the 96-way connector on the EVAL-CED1Z. The EVALCED1Z provides all the supplies for the evaluation board. It is
powered from a 7 V, 15 W power supply that accepts input
voltages from 100 V to 240 V ac and contains the relevant
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Row A
SAMPLE
SCLK
SDO
A1
RES1
Row B
WR/FSYNC
SDI
A0
RES0
DGND
EVAL-AD2S1210
SOCKETS
CONNECTORS
There are 12 input/output sockets relevant to the operation of
the AD2S1210 on the evaluation board. The functions of these
sockets are outlined in Table 7. These sockets are used to apply
externally generated digital I/O signals to the evaluation board.
When operating the board with the EVAL-CED1Z, these external connections are not required. Note that the AD2S1210
evaluation board is shipped with the assumption that the user
will be operating with the EVAL-CED1Z. For this reason, Socket
J8 to Socket J19 are not inserted.
There are eight connectors on the AD2S1210 evaluation
board. The functions of these sockets are outlined in Table 8.
Connector J1 is used to interface with the EVAL-CED1Z.
Table 7. Socket Functions
Socket
J8
J9
J10
J11
J12
J13
J14
J15
J16
J17
J18
J19
Function
SMB socket for external SAMPLE input
SMB socket for external CS input
SMB socket for external RD input
SMB socket for external WR/FSYNC input
SMB socket for external SCLK input for serial operation
SMB socket for external SDI input for serial operation
SMB socket for external SDO output for serial operation
SMB socket for external A0 input
SMB socket for external A1 input
SMB socket for external RES0 input
SMB socket for external RES1 input
SMB socket for external CLKIN input
Table 8. Connector Functions
Connector
J1
J2
J3
J4
J5
J6
J7
J20
Function
96-way connector for parallel interface connections
SIN, COS, SINLO, COSLO inputs
Excitation outputs
External 26-way connector for parallel operation
External AVDD and AGND power connector
External DVDD, VDRIVE, and DGND power connector
External 12 V and AGND power connector
External 10-way connector for serial operation
TEST POINTS
There are numerous test points on the AD2S1210 evaluation
board. These test points enable the user to have easy access to
the signals from the evaluation board, the external sensor, and
the controller board for probing, evaluation, and debugging.
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EVAL-AD2S1210
EVALUATION BOARD SOFTWARE
INSTALLING THE SOFTWARE
SETTING UP THE EVAL-CED1Z
The EVAL-AD2S1210 evaluation kit includes self-installing
software on a CD-ROM for controlling and evaluating the
performance of the AD2S1210 when it is operated with the
EVAL-CED1Z. The software is compatible with Windows®
2000/XP®. If the setup file does not run automatically,
setup.exe can be run from the CD-ROM.
This section describes how the evaluation board, the EVALCED1Z, and the software should be set up to begin using the
complete system.
1.
2.
When the CD is inserted into the PC, an installation program
automatically begins. This program installs the evaluation
software. The user interface on the PC is a dedicated program
written especially for the AD2S1210 when operating with the
EVAL-CED1Z.
Install the software before connecting the USB cable between the
EVAL-CED1Z and the PC. This ensures that the appropriate
USB driver files have been properly installed before the EVALCED1Z is connected to the PC.
When the software is run for the first time with the EVAL-CED1Z
connected to the PC, the PC automatically finds the new device
and identifies it. Follow the onscreen instructions that appear
automatically. This installs the drivers for the EVAL-CED1Z on
the PC. If an error appears on screen when the software is first
opened, then the PC is not recognizing the USB device. To
correct this error,
1. Right-click the My Computer icon, then select Properties.
When the System Properties window opens, select the
Hardware tab.
2. Click Device Manager in the Hardware tab of the System
Properties window.
3. Examine the devices listed under the Universal Serial Bus
Controller heading.
4. If an unknown device is listed, right-click this option and
select Update Driver.
5. The New Hardware Wizard runs twice, and under the
ADI Development Tools, the hardware is listed as ADI
Converter Evaluation and Development Board (WF).
6. Reboot your PC.
3.
4.
5.
Install the AD2S1210 evaluation board software.
Connect the EVAL-CED1Z and the evaluation board
together via the 96-way connector. Apply power to the
EVAL-CED1Z via the provided +7 V, 15 W power supply.
At this stage, the green Power LED on the EVAL-CED1Z
should light up, which indicates that the EVAL-CED1Z is
receiving power
The USB cable can then be connected between the PC and
the EVAL-CED1Z. A green LED positioned beside the USB
connector on the EVAL-CED1Z lights up indicating that
the USB connection has been established. The EVAL-CED1Z
is detected.
Proceed through any dialog boxes that may appear (use
the recommended options) to finalize the installation.
Start the EVAL-AD2S1210 software. The FPGA code is
automatically downloaded to the EVAL-CED1Z. The red
LED, D14, on the EVAL-CED1Z now lights up. This
indicates that the EVAL-CED1Z is functional and ready to
receive instructions.
The software can now be operated as described in the following
sections.
Note that when completing conversions on the AD2S1210
evaluation board while using the EVAL-CED1Z board, D14, the
red LED on the EVAL-CED1Z, lights up to indicate that the
USB transmission is occurring.
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EVAL-AD2S1210
SOFTWARE OPERATION
The data capture display section consists of the following subtabs:
With the hardware set up, you can now use the software to control
the EVAL-CED1Z and the AD2S1210 evaluation board. To
launch the software, from the Analog Devices menu, select the
AD2S1210 Evaluation Software submenu, and then AD2S1210
Ver0. Figure 3 displays the main window that is opened. If an error
message appears, click Continue and restart the application after
checking the connection between the adapter board and the USB
port on the PC. Also check that the USB device is identified by the
Device Manager as detailed in the Installing the Software section.
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•
•
•
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The software that controls the EVAL-CED1Z and, therefore, the
AD2S1210 evaluation board, has one main window. Figure 3
shows the window that appears when the software is run. The
main function of this window is to allow you to read samples
from the evaluation board and display them. The window can
be divided into three main sections.
Note that the AD2S1210 evaluation software has two modes of
operation, normal mode and stream mode. In normal mode,
the software is designed to gather a defined number of samples
and display those results on the data capture display. In stream
mode, the software is designed to continuously sample the
AD2S1210 in defined measurement intervals, and display
the results as a continuous stream of data on the data capture
display. The Acquisition (Codes), Acquisition (Degrees/RPS),
Histogram Position, and Histogram Velocity tabs operate in
normal mode. The Stream (Codes) and Stream (Degrees/RPS)
tabs operate in stream mode. These modes of operation are
outlined in more detail in the Taking Samples section.
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The menu bar is located at the top of the window. The control
buttons are below the menu bar, followed by a data capture
display.
Acquisition (Codes)
Acquisition (Degrees/RPS)
Stream (Codes)
Stream (Degrees/RPS)
Histogram Position
Histogram Velocity
Figure 3. AD2S1210 Evaluation Software, Main Window
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Print Front Panel. Prints the software window displayed.
through the USB port to the PC. The CED Buffer indicator
provides an indication of the available memory remaining. If
there is increased activity on the USB port, the transfer of data
may be slowed down, which may cause the external memory to
fill before the data can be uploaded to the PC. In this case, the
CED Buffer indicator shows that the buffer is full. You should
either disconnect other external devices that may be using the
USB port, or you can increase the conversion loop interval to
decrease the number of samples to upload, which eases the
requirement on the USB port. Note also that the transfer of data
from the EVAL-CED1Z to the PC is slower when connected to
a USB 1.1 port than when connected to a USB 2.0 port.
Save as Picture. Saves the front panel as a JPEG file.
Data Capture Display
Exit. Exits the program.
In the data capture display, you can select the format in which to
view the position and velocity conversion results. The position
data can be displayed in digital output code format or in degrees.
The velocity data can be displayed in digital output code format
or in rotations per second (RPS). The desired display options are
selected by clicking on the Acquisition (Codes), Acquisition
(Degrees/RPS), Stream (Codes), Stream (Degrees/RPS),
Histogram Position, and Histogram Velocity tabs.
USING THE SOFTWARE
Menu Bar
The menu bar consists of the File and Help submenus.
File Menu
Save Data (Acquisition). Saves position, velocity, and fault data
of a defined number of samples in normal mode into a spreadsheet file.
Save Data (Stream). Saves position, velocity, and fault data of a
defined number of samples in stream mode into a spreadsheet file.
Help Menu
Analog.com. Opens www.analog.com.
Control Buttons
The AD2S1210 software includes the following control buttons,
drop-down boxes, and indicators.
Registers. Allows you to read from and write to the registers of
the AD2S1210.
Single Acquisition. Initiates the sampling and readback of
the defined number of resolver-to-digital converter (RDC)
measurements.
Resolution : 10/12/14/16 bits. Selects the hardware resolution
on the RES0 and RES1 pins of the AD2S1210.
STOP. Stops the program.
Reoccurring Acquisition. Repeats single acquisition until the
button is released (normal mode).
Continuous Stream. Takes samples in stream mode.
SW Reset. Executes a software reset of the AD2S1210.
Num Samples. Selects the number of samples to be completed
in a single acquisition.
Sample Interval (μs). Selects the interval between each sample
in microseconds.
Fault Register. This indicator combines the fault register
information from each sample gathered during a single
acquisition sequence.
ON/OFF. Enables or disables the histogram option. (This button
appears on the Histogram Position and Histogram Velocity
tabs only.)
This section also includes a CED Buffer indicator that is relevant
only in stream mode. The AD2S1210 evaluation board allows
conversion to be initiated at periodic intervals. The default
conversion loop interval is 2 μs but can be increased up to
500 μs through the Sample Interval (μs) box. The AD2S1210
evaluation software and hardware is designed such that all
conversion results are written to external memory on the
EVAL-CED1Z, and blocks of samples are then uploaded
Acquisition (Codes) Tab
The Acquisition (Codes) tab displays the conversion results
taken in normal mode of the position and velocity of the resolver
connected to the AD2S1210 evaluation board. The number of
conversions results displayed is defined by the Num Samples
box. The conversion results are displayed as waveforms in
digital code on two graphs. The upper graph displays the position conversion results. The lower graph displays the velocity
conversion results. The maximum, minimum, and mean values
of the sample set are displayed on indicators to the right of
each graph.
At the bottom right of each graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to obtain a closer look at a sample
if required.
Acquisition (Degrees/RPS) Tab
The Acquisition (Degrees/RPS) tab displays the conversion
results taken in normal mode of the position and velocity of
the resolver connected to the AD2S1210 evaluation board. The
number of conversions results displayed is defined by the Num
Samples box. The position conversion result is displayed in
degrees on the upper graph. The lower graph displays the velocity
conversion results in RPS. The maximum, minimum, and mean
values of the sample set are displayed on indicators to the right
of each graph.
At the bottom right of each graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to obtain a closer look at a sample
if required.
Stream (Codes) Tab
The Stream (Codes) tab displays the conversion results taken
in stream mode of the position and velocity of the resolver
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connected to the AD2S1210 evaluation board. The conversion
results are displayed as waveforms in digital code on two graphs.
The upper graph displays the position conversion results. The
lower graph displays the velocity conversion results.
At the bottom right of each graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to obtain a closer look at a sample
if required.
Stream (Degrees/RPS) Tab
The Stream (Degrees/RPS) tab displays the conversion results
taken in stream mode of the position and velocity of the resolver
connected to the AD2S1210 evaluation board. The position
conversion result is displayed in degrees on the upper graph.
The lower graph displays the velocity conversion results in RPS.
At the bottom right of each graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to obtain a closer look at a sample
if required.
Histogram Position Tab
The Histogram Position tab displays the histogram of the position conversion results taken in normal mode of the resolver
connected to the AD2S1210 evaluation board. To enable this
option, you must set the ON/OFF button to the on position.
The histogram is displayed only when the output code varies for
the one block of samples; that is, if the same conversion result is
returned for all samples, the histogram is not displayed.
At the bottom right of each graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to obtain a closer look at a sample
if required.
Histogram Velocity Tab
The Histogram Velocity tab displays the histogram of the velocity
conversion results taken in normal mode of the resolver connected to the AD2S1210 evaluation board. To enable this
option, you must set the ON/OFF button to the on position.
The histogram is displayed only when the output code varies for
the one block of samples; that is, if the same conversion result is
returned for all samples, the histogram is not displayed.
At the bottom left of each graph are the zoom options. These
allow you to zoom in and out to obtain a closer look at a sample
if required.
TAKING SAMPLES
Initiating Conversions on the AD2S1210 Evaluation
Board
To initiate conversions and to capture the sample data, you must
click the Single Acquisition, Reoccurring Acquisition, or
Continuous Stream button.
When the Single Acquisition or Reoccurring Acquisition
button is clicked, the AD2S1210 evaluation software takes
samples in normal mode. When the Continuous Stream button
is clicked, the AD2S1210 evaluation software takes samples in
stream mode.
When the Single Acquisition button is clicked, the software
instructs the EVAL-CED1Z to read back the conversion results
from the AD2S1210 evaluation board. The number of samples
is selected via the Num Samples box. After each conversion,
data from the AD2S1210 is written to external memory on the
EVAL-CED1Z. The required set of samples is uploaded through
the USB port to the PC when the all conversions are completed.
When you click the Reoccurring Acquisition button, the software
instructs the EVAL-CED1Z to read back the conversion results
from the AD2S1210 evaluation board in a repeating loop. The
number of samples is selected via the Num Samples box. After
each conversion, data from the AD2S1210 is written to external
memory on the EVAL-CED1Z. The required set of samples is
uploaded through the USB port to the PC when all the conversions are completed. If the Reoccurring Acquisition button is
not clicked again to release the loop, the conversion loop repeats.
While the data is being uploaded to the PC, the AD2S1210 device
is not converting; therefore, there is a time delay between two
blocks of samples.
When the Continuous Stream button is clicked, the software
instructs the EVAL-CED1Z to read back the conversion results
from the AD2S1210 evaluation board. After each conversion,
data from the AD2S1210 is written to external memory on the
EVAL-CED1Z. At regular intervals, blocks of samples results are
uploaded through the USB port to the PC. In Continuous Stream
mode, while the data are uploaded to the PC, the AD2S1210
device is still converting. Therefore, there is no additional time
delay between samples.
In single acquisition, reoccurring acquisition, and continuous
stream mode, the data is displayed on the data capture display.
When the Single Acquisition or the Reoccurring Acquisition
button is clicked, the data is displayed on the Acquisition
(Codes), Acquisition (Degrees/RPS), Histogram Position,
and Histogram Velocity tabs only. When the user clicks the
Continuous Stream button, the data is displayed on the Stream
(Codes) and Stream (Degrees/RPS) tabs only.
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READING FROM AND WRITING TO REGISTERS ON
THE AD2S1210
set by the Resolution : 10/12/14/16 bits drop-down box on the
main window (see Figure 3).
To read from and write to the registers on the AD2S1210, click
the Registers button (see Figure 3). When you click the Registers
button, the software instructs the EVAL-CED1Z to read the
data in the AD2S1210 registers and displays this information in
another window (see Figure 4). The register data is presented in
decimal format. All registers are displayed on the right side of
the window.
Hysteresis. Enables or disables the hysteresis features of the
AD2S1210.
To change the settings of any displayed register other than the
control register, you must overwrite the displayed decimal value
by typing or selecting the new value, and then click the Send
button. To overwrite the control register, use the four dropdown boxes on the left side of the window.
Encoder Resolution. Selects the encoder resolution of the
AD2S1210.
Actual value sent to Control Register. Indicates the value that
is written to the control register after clicking the Send button.
Note that one or all of the registers can be written to with a
single update.
If you do not want to send any data to the registers, click the
Cancel button.
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Resolution. Selects the software resolution of the RDC in the
control register. This value must match the hardware resolution
Phase Lock Range. Selects one of two phase lock ranges of the
AD2S1210.
Figure 4. AD2S1210 Evaluation Software, Registers Window
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EVALUATION BOARD SCHEMATICS AND ARTWORK
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Figure 5. EVAL-AD2S1210 Schematic—Page 1
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Figure 6. EVAL-AD2S1210 Schematic—Page 2
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Figure 7. EVAL-AD2S1210 Schematic—Page 3
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Figure 8. Silkscreen Image
Figure 9. Component Side
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Figure 10. Solder Side
Figure 11. Power Planes
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Figure 12. Ground Planes
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ORDERING INFORMATION
BILL OF MATERIALS
Table 9.
Qty
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
2
5
12
2
4
2
3
2
1
1
22
4
1
3
1
1
1
1
4
4
5
4
7
2
2
2
6
1
2
22
4
1
4
4
15
19
Reference Designator
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5, U6, U7
U11
Y1
C1, C2
C3, C6, C9, C26, C31
C4, C5, C10, C11 to C15, C19, C21, C25, C28
C7, C8
C16, C22, C23, C32
C17, C18
C20, C24, C30
C27, C29
C33
F1
D0 to D17, D22 to D25
D18 to D21
J1
J3, J5, J7
J4
J6
J20
J2
L1 to L4
LC1 to LC4
LK1 to LK3, LK10, LK11
LK6 to LK9
LK4, LK5, LK12 to LK16
Q1, Q3
Q2, Q4
R2, R5
R7, R8, R10, R21, R40, R42
R9
R3, R6
R15, R16, R22 to R39, R47, R48
R11 to R14
R69
R17 to R20
R43 to R46
R41, R53 to R56, R61 to R64, R72 to R77
R49 to R52, R57 to R60, R65 to R68, R70,
R71, R78 to R82
Part Description
10-bit to 16-bit RDC
AD8664
PI74ALVTC16245AE
74HC573
NC7S04 HS inverter
ADM6315
8.192 MHz quartz crystal
120 pF ceramic capacitor SMD 0603
10 μF tantalum capacitor, 10 V
0.1 μF ceramic capacitor SMD0603
22 pF ceramic capacitor SMD0603
10 nF ceramic capacitor SMD 0402
10 nF ceramic capacitor SMD 0603
4.7 μF tantalum capacitor
10 μF tantalum capacitor, 20 V
10 μF tantalum capacitor, 6.3 V SMD0603
SMD fuse
Red SMD 0805 chip LED
TS4148 RY small signal diode
96-pin 90° DIN41612 connector
2-pin terminal block
26-pin header
3-pin terminal block
10-pin header
4-pin terminal block
Ferrite beads
Surface-mount EMC filters
3-way jumper (3 × 2)
4-way jumper (4 × 2)
2-way jumper (2 × 2)
BC846B NPN small signal transistor
BC856B PNP small signal transistor
15.4 kΩ SMD 0603 resistor
10 kΩ SMD 0805 resistor
22 kΩ SMD 0603 resistor
8.66 kΩ SMD 0603 resistor
1 kΩ SMD 0603 resistor
4.7 Ω SMD 0603 resistor
100 kΩ SMD 0603 resistor
2.2 kΩ SMD 0603 resistor
3.3 Ω SMD 0603 resistor
0 Ω SMD 0603 resistor
0 Ω SMD 0603 resistor
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Stock Code 1
Analog Devices AD2S1210DSTZ
Analog Devices AD8664ARZ
PI74ALVTC16245AE 2
FEC 958-9384
FEC 101-4133
Analog Devices ADM6315-45D1ARTZ
FEC 950-9453
FEC 722-091
FEC 197-130
FEC 432-210
FEC 722-005
FEC 301-9275
FEC 753-622
Digi-Key 490-3302-1-ND
FEC 197-427
Digi-Key PCC2395CT-ND
FEC 935-0284
FEC 105-8373
FEC 815-0206
FEC 109-7929
FEC 151-789
FEC 102-2244
FEC 151-790
FEC 102-2242
FEC 151-791
FEC 952-6900
FEC 952-8202
FEC 102-2231, FEC 150-410
FEC 102-2233, FEC 150-410
FEC 102-2244, FEC 150-410
FEC 108-1229
FEC 108-1243
FEC 117-0904
FEC 933-0399
FEC 911392
FEC 117-0884
FEC 933-0380
FEC 3571142
FEC 933-0402
FEC 911276
FEC 3571130
FEC 933-1662/FEC 923-3130
FEC 933-1662/FEC 923-3130 (not inserted)
EVAL-AD2S1210
Qty
3
26
8
10
4
1
2
Reference Designator
S1 to S3
EXC, A, A1, A0, B, CLKIN, COS, COSLO, CS,
DIR, DOS, EXC, LOT, NM, RD, REFOUT, RES0,
RES1, SAMPLE, SIN, SINLO, TP1, TP2, WR/
FSYNC, SDI, SDO
AGND1 to AGND4, DGND1 to DGND4
J8 to J19
Part Description
SMD push-button switch
Test points
Stock Code 1
FEC 177-807
FEC 873-1144
Black test points
Straight PCB mount SMB
Stick-on feet at each corner
FEC 873-1128
FEC 1206013 (not inserted)
FEC 116-5061
FEC = Farnell Electronics.
P = Pericom Semiconductor Corporation.
ORDERING GUIDE
Model
EVAL-AD2S1210EDZ1
1
ESD CAUTION
Description
Evaluation Board
Z = RoHS Compliant Part.
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