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AS5134
360 Step Programmable High Speed Magnetic Rotary Encoder
1 General Description
Two digital 360 step (8.5 bit) absolute outputs: Serial interface
The AS5134 is a contactless magnetic rotary encoder for accurate
angular measurement over a full turn of 360º. It is a system-on-chip,
combining integrated Hall elements, analog front-end and digital
signal processing in a single device.
User programmable zero position and sensitivity
High speed: up to 76875 rpm
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and Pulse width modulated (PWM) output
Direct measurement of magnetic field strength allows exact
determination of vertical magnet distance
To measure the angle, only a simple two-pole magnet, rotating over
the center of the chip is required. The absolute angle measurement
provides instant indication of the magnet’s angular position with a
resolution of 8.5 bit = 360 positions per revolution. This digital data is
available as a serial bit stream and as a PWM signal. In addition to
the angle information, the strength of the magnetic field is also
available as a 6-bit code.
Incremental Outputs ABI Quadrature: 90 ppr, step direction:
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180ppr, fixed pulse width 360ppr
BLDC Outputs UVW, selectable for 1,2,3,4,5,6 pole pairs
Daisy-Chain mode for cascading of multiple sensors
9-bit multi turn counter
Data transmission can be configured for 1-wire (PWM), 2-wires
(DCLK, DIO) or 3-wires (DCLK, DIO, CS).
Low power mode with fast
A software programmable (OTP) zero position simplifies assembly
as the zero position of the magnet does not need to be mechanically
aligned.
Wide temperature range: -40ºC to +140ºC
startup
Wide magnetic field input range: 20- 80 mT
Fully automotive qualified to AEC-Q100
A Power Down Mode together with fast startup and measurement
cycles allows a very low average power consumption.
Small Pb-free
package: SSOP 20
3 Applications
2 Key Features
The AS5134 is suitable for contactless rotary position sensing, rotary
switches (human machine interface), AC/DC motor position control
and Brushless DC motor position control.
360º contactless angular position encoding
Figure 1. AS5134 Magnetic Rotary Encoder Block Diagram
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Commutation
Interface
Hall Array
&
Frontend
Amplifier
A B Index
Incremental
Interface
Tracking ADC
& Angle
Decoder
PWM Decoder
Zero
Pos. Angle
AS5134
AGC
AGC
Power Management
Multiturn
Counter
DIO
Absolute
Serial
Interface
(SSI)
Mag
PWM
CS
CLK
C2
DX
OTP
PROG
GND
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Contents
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2 Key Features.............................................................................................................................................................................
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3 Applications...............................................................................................................................................................................
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4 Pin Assignments .......................................................................................................................................................................
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4.1 Pin Descriptions....................................................................................................................................................................................
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1 General Description ..................................................................................................................................................................
5 Absolute Maximum Ratings ......................................................................................................................................................
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6 Electrical Characteristics...........................................................................................................................................................
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6
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7.1 Connecting the AS5134........................................................................................................................................................................
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7.2 Serial 3-Wire R/W Connection..............................................................................................................................................................
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7.3 Serial 3-Wire Read-only Connection ....................................................................................................................................................
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7.4 Serial 2-Wire Connection (R/W Mode) ...............................................................................................................................................
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7.5 Serial 2-Wire Differential SSI Connection...........................................................................................................................................
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7.6 1-Wire PWM Connection ....................................................................................................................................................................
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7.7 Analog Output.....................................................................................................................................................................................
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6.1 Timing Characteristics ..........................................................................................................................................................................
7 Detailed Description..................................................................................................................................................................
7.8 Quadrature A/B/Index Output .............................................................................................................................................................
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7.9 Brushless DC Motor Commutation Mode ...........................................................................................................................................
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7.10 Daisy Chain Mode ............................................................................................................................................................................
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7.11 Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI) ..................................................................................................................................................
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7.12 Redundancy .....................................................................................................................................................................................
8 Application Information ...........................................................................................................................................................
8.1 AS5134 Programming ........................................................................................................................................................................
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8.1.1 OTP Programming Connection.................................................................................................................................................. 21
8.1.2 Programming Verification .......................................................................................................................................................... 22
8.2 AS5134 Status Indicators ...................................................................................................................................................................
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8.2.1 Lock Status Bit........................................................................................................................................................................... 24
8.2.2 Magnetic Field Strength Indicators ............................................................................................................................................ 24
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8.4 High Speed Operation ........................................................................................................................................................................
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8.3 Multi Turn Counter..............................................................................................................................................................................
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8.4.1 Propagation Delay ..................................................................................................................................................................... 25
8.4.2 Digital Readout Rate.................................................................................................................................................................. 26
8.4.3 Low Power Mode ....................................................................................................................................................................... 26
9 Package Drawings and Markings ...........................................................................................................................................
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9.1 Recommended PCB Footprint............................................................................................................................................................
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10 Ordering Information.............................................................................................................................................................
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4 Pin Assignments
Figure 2. Pin Assignments (Top View)
1
20
VSS
2
19
TB2
DX
3
18
TB1
CS
4
C2
5
PWM
6
17
TB0
16
Index
15
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Prog
14
A
8
13
W
9
12
V
10
11
U
VDD
7
TestCoil
DCLK
DIO
4.1 Pin Descriptions
Table 1. Pin Descriptions
Pin Name
Pin Number
Description
Programming voltage input, must be left open in normal operation.
Maximum load = 20pF (except during programming)
2
Supply ground
3
Chip select output for 2-wire mode and Daisy Chain cascading
4
Chip select input for 3-wire mode
5
Select between 2-wire (C2 VDD) and 3-wire (C2 VSS) mode
6
PWM output
7
Positive supply voltage (double bond to VDD_A and VDD_D)
8
Test pin
9
Clock input for serial interface
10
Data I/O for serial interface
11
Commutation output
12
Commutation output
W
13
Commutation output
A
14
Incremental output
B
15
Incremental output
Index
16
Incremental output
TB0
17
Test pin
TB1
18
Test pin
TB2
19
Test pin
TB3
20
Test pin
VSS
DX
CS
C2
PWM
VDD
Test Coil
DDCLK
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V
ni
DIO
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Prog
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5 Absolute Maximum Ratings
Stresses beyond those listed in Table 2 may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only, and functional operation of
the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated in Electrical Characteristics on page 5 is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
Table 2. Absolute Maximum Ratings
Min
Max
Units
Comments
Except during OTP programming
Electrical Parameters
-0.3
7
V
VSS-0.5
VDD
V
Input Current (latch up immunity), (Iscr)
-100
100
mA
Electrostatic Discharge
ESD
Norm: EIA/JESD78 ClassII Level A
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Supply voltage (VDD)
Input Pin Voltage (VIN)
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Parameter
±2
kV
150
ºC
Norm: JESD22-A114E
Temperature Ranges and Storage Conditions
Storage Temperature (Tstrg)
-55
Body temperature, (Tbody)
Humidity non-condensing
5
ºC
85
%
3
Represents a maximum floor time of 168h
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Moisture Sensitive Level (MSL)
260
The reflow peak soldering temperature (body
temperature) specified is in accordance with IPC/
JEDEC J-STD-020 “Moisture/Reflow Sensitivity
Classification for Non-Hermetic Solid State Surface
Mount Devices”.
The lead finish for Pb-free leaded packages is matte tin
(100% Sn).
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6 Electrical Characteristics
TAMB = -40 to 140ºC, VDD5V = 4.5-5.5V, all voltages referenced to VSS, unless otherwise noted.
Table 3. Electrical Characteristics
Parameter
VDD
Positive Supply Voltage
Conditions
Min
Typ
4.5
IDD
Operating Current
No load on outputs. Supply current can be
reduced by using stronger magnets.
Ioff
Power down current
Low Power Mode
70
System Parameters
Resolution
TPwrUp
Power Up Time
ts
Tracking rate
INLcm
8.5
1
Accuracy
INLdm
Units
+5.5
V
22
mA
120
µA
Bit
Deg
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Symbol
Startup from zero
4100
Startup from Low Power mode
500
Step rate of tracking ADC;
1 step = 1º
5.2
µs/step
µs
Centered Magnet
-2
2
Deg
Within horizontal displacement radius
-3
3
Deg
tdelay
Propagation delay
Internal signal processing time
22
µs
TN
Transition noise
Peak-Peak
1.41
Deg
Bi
Magnetic Input Range
Required vertical component of the
magnetic field strength on the chip
surface, measured along a concentric
circle with a radius of 1 mm
80
mT
Vi
Magnet rotation speed
to maintain locked state
76875
rpm
Magnet Specifications
PWM Output
tPWM
PWM period
fPWM
PWM frequency
Programming Parameters
20
600
750
900
µs
1 / PWM period
1.11
1.33
1.66
kHz
Static voltage at pin Prog
8.0
8.5
V
Programming Voltage
TambPROG
Programming ambient temperature
During programming
0
85
ºC
tPROG
Programming time
Timing is internally generated
2
4
µs
VR,unprog
Analog readback voltage
ni
VR,prog
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VPROG
During analog readback mode at pin Prog
0.5
2
3.5
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Hall Element Sensitivity Options
Hall Element sensitivity setting
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sens = 00 (default)
1.60
1.65
1.75
sens = 01
1.79
1.88
1.98
sens = 10
2.01
2.11
2.22
sens = 11
2.23
2.35
2.47
X
DC Characteristics of Digital Inputs and Outputs
CMOS Inputs: DDCLK, CS, DIO, C2
VIH
High level input voltage
0.7*VDD
VDD
V
VIL
Low level input voltage
0
0.3*VDD
V
ILEAK
Input leakage current
1
µA
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Table 3. Electrical Characteristics (Continued)
Symbol
Parameter
Conditions
VOH
High level output voltage
Source current < 4mA
VOL
Low level output voltage
Sink current < 4mA
CL
Capacitive load
Min
Typ
Max
Units
VDD-0.5
VDD
V
0
VSS+0.4
V
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CMOS Outputs: DIO, PWM, DX
CMOS Tristate Output: DIO
Tristate leakage current
IOZ
CS = low
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6.1 Timing Characteristics
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Table 4. Timing Characteristics
µA
Symbol
Parameter
Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Units
5
6
MHz
650
kHz
6
MHz
2-/3-Wire Data Transmission
3-Wire Interface
fDCLK
Clock Frequency
Normal operation
fDCLK,P
Clock Frequency
During OTP programming
200
2-Wire Interface
fDCLK
Clock Frequency
Normal operation
0.1
fDCLK,P
Clock Frequency
During OTP programming
200
500
kHz
5
General Data Transmission
Rising DCLK to CS
15
-
ns
t1
Chip select to positive edge of DCLK
15
-
ns
t2
Chip select to drive bus externally
-
-
ns
t3
Setup time command bit,
Data valid to positive edge of DCLK
30
-
ns
t4
Hold time command bit,
Data valid after positive edge of DCLK
30
t5
Float time,
Positive edge of DCLK for last command
bit to bus float
30
DCLK/2
ns
t6
Bus driving time,
Positive edge of DCLK for last command
bit to bus drive
DCLK/2
+0
DCLK/2
+30
ns
Setup time data bit,
Data valid to positive edge of DCLK
DCLK/2
+30
ns
DCLK/2
+30
ns
ns
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t0
DCLK/2
+0
t8
Hold time data bit,
Data valid after positive edge of DCLK
DCLK/2
+0
t9
Hold time chip select,
Positive edge DCLK to negative edge of
chip select
30
t10
Bus floating time,
Negative edge of chip select to float bus
0
30
ns
tTO
Timeout period in 2-wire mode (from
rising edge of DCLK)
17
27
µs
tCLK
Clock Timing
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Figure 3. Typical Arrangement of AS5134 and Magnet
7.1 Connecting the AS5134
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The AS5134 can be connected to an external controller in several ways as listed below:
Serial 3-wire R/W connection
Serial 3-wire Read-only connection
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Serial 2-Wire connection (R/W Mode)
Serial 2-Wire Differential SSI connection
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1-Wire PWM connection
Analog output
Quadrature A/B/Index output
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Brushless DC Motor Commutation Mode
Daisy Chain Mode
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7.2 Serial 3-Wire R/W Connection
In this mode, the AS5134 is connected to the external controller via three signals: Chip Select (CS), Clock (DCLK) inputs and bi-directional DIO
(Data In/Out) output. The controller sends commands over the DIO pin at the beginning of each data transmission sequence, such as reading
the angle or putting the AS5134 in and out of the reduced power modes.
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Figure 4. SSI Read/Write Serial Data Transmission
+5V
VDD
VDD
Micro Controller
Output
CS
Output
DCLK
I/O
AS5134
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VDD
DIO
C2
VSS
100nF
VSS
VSS
A pull-down resistor (as shown in Figure 5) is not required. C2 is a hardware configuration input. C2 selects 3-wire mode (C2 = low) or 2-wire
mode (C2 = high).
command phase
data phase
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tCLK
DCLK
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
t9
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CS
DIO
CMD4
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t3
t5
CMD0
CMD3
t7
t6
t4
DIO read
t8
t10
D15
D14
D1
DIO write
D0
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DIO
21
20
t1
Table 5. Serial Bit Sequence (16bit read/write)
Write Command
C4
C3
C2
C1
Read/Write Data
C0
D15 D14 D13 D12
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D10
D9
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D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
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7.3 Serial 3-Wire Read-only Connection
This connection is possible when the AS5134 is only used to provide the angular data (no power down or OTP access). The Chip Select (CS)
and Clock (DCLK) connection is the same as in the R/W mode, but only a digital input pin (not an I/O pin) is required for the DIO connection. As
the first 5 bits of the data transmission are command bits sent to the AS5134, both the microcontroller and the AS5134 are configured as digital
inputs during this phase. Therefore, a pull-down resistor must be added to make sure that the AS5134 reads “00000” as the first 5 bits, which
sets the Read_Angle command.
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Note: All further application examples are shown in R/W mode, however read-only mode is also possible unless otherwise noted.
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Figure 5. SSI Read-only Serial Data Transmission
+5V
VDD
VDD
Output
CS
Output
DCLK
Input
AS5134
Micro Controller
VDD
DIO
10k…
VSS
VSS
C2
100k
100nF
VSS
command phase
DCLK
3
4
6
5
8
7
21
20
t9
ca
CS
DIO read
t10
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DIO
D15
D14
D13
D12
D1
DIO write
D0
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DIO
2
1
t1
data phase
Table 6. 2-or 3-wire Read-only Serial Bit Sequence (21bit read)
Command
Read Data
C4
C3
C2
C1
C0
D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10
0
0
0
0
0
lock
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AGC
D8
D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
Angle
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7.4 Serial 2-Wire Connection (R/W Mode)
By connecting the configuration input C2 to VDD, the AS5134 is configured to 2-wire data transmission mode. Only Clock (DCLK) and Data
(DIO) signals are required. A Chip Select (CS) signal is automatically generated by the DX output, when a time-out of DCLK occurs.
Note: Read-only mode is also possible in this configuration.
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Figure 6. 2-Wire R/W Mode
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VDD
C2
Output
DCLK
DIO
I/O
VDD
AS5134
Micro Controller
VDD
100nF
VSS
VSS
VSS
command phase
data phase
timeout phase
tTO
t0
DX
CMD4
CMD3
ch
DIO
t1
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CS
3
2
1
4
6
5
7
8
22
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DCLK
t5
CMD2
CMD1
DIO read
CMD0
t6
DIO
D14
D1
D0
DIO write
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7.5 Serial 2-Wire Differential SSI Connection
With the addition of a RS-422 / RS-485 transceiver, a fully differential data transmission, according to the 21-bit SSI interface standard is
possible. To be compatible with this standard, the DCLK signal must be inverted. This is done by reversing the Data+ and Data- lines of the
transceiver.
Note: This type of transmission is read-only.
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VDD
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Figure 7. 2-Wire SSI Read-only Mode
VDD
C2
Output
Input
1
DCLK
DCLK
DI
2
D+
D-
D-
D+
D+
D+
D-
D-
3
4
5
AS5134
Micro Controller
MAX 3081 or similar
VSS
VSS
VDD
DCLK
DIO
VSS
7
6
100nF
8
21
20
ca
timeout
tTO
D15
D14
D1
D0
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DI
Refer to Table 6 on page 9 for information on 2-or 3-wire Read-only Serial Bit Sequence (21-bit read).
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7.6 1-Wire PWM Connection
This configuration uses the least number of wires: only one line (PWM) is used for data, leaving the total number of connection to three, including
the supply lines. This type of configuration is especially useful for remote sensors. Ultra Low Power Mode is not possible in this configuration, as
there is no bi-directional data transmission. Pins that are not shown may be left open.
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Figure 8. Data Transmission with Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) Output
+5V
VDD
CS
VDD
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VDD
AS5134
Micro Controller
Input
100nF
PWM
C2 VSS
VSS
VSS
t PWM
Init
ca
t high
t low
Lock
Angle Position
359 clocks
exit
8 clocks
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Zero degree
8 clocks
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The PWM signal will be generated from the actual stored angle information. The zero-angle corrected value is buffered and fixed until the next
PWM-sequence is started. To ease the filtering of the PWM signal, a minimum pulse width is implemented in the protocol.
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Figure 9. Output PWM Signal After Start-up at 0º Unprogrammed Zero Position
T-low
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Init + Lock Diagnostic
8 clocks
Angle Position
exit
359 clocks
8 clocks
Figure 10. Output PWM Signal After Start-up at Initial 0º with a Programmed Zero Position
T-high
Init
Angle Position
exit
359 clocks
8 clocks
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8 clocks
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Init + Lock Diagnostic
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After a startup of the AS5134 at the initial zero position the PWM signal indicates a permanent lock diagnostic. This behavior can be ignored
during elaboration of the PWM duty cycle. Figure 9 and Figure 10 show the different outputs depending on the OTP zero position programming.
After a mechanical movement (1º) the signal will change as shown in Figure 8. A startup at any other position will also look like as shown in
Figure 8.
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7.7 Analog Output
This configuration is similar to the PWM connection (only three lines including supply are required). With the addition of a lowpass filter at the
PWM output, this configuration produces an analog voltage that is proportional to the angle. This filter can be either passive (as shown in
Figure 11) or active. The lower the bandwidth of the filter, the less ripple of the analog output can be achieved. If the AS5134 angular data is
invalid, the PWM output will remain at low state and thus the analog output will be 0V. Pins that are not shown may be left open.
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Figure 11. Data Transmission with Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) Output
+5V
VDD
CS
VDD
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Analog out
AS5134
100nF
>=4k7
0V
>=4k7
Analog
out
PWM
0º
C2
VSS
VSS
>=1µF
180º
360º
PWM out
Angle
>=1µF
7.8 Quadrature A/B/Index Output
The phase shift between channel A and B indicates the direction of the magnet movement. Channel A leads channel B at a clockwise rotation of
the magnet (top view) by 90 electrical degrees. Channel B leads channel A at a counter-clockwise rotation.
Figure 12. Incremental Output Modes
Mechanical
Zero Position
Quad A/B/Index-Mode
ca
A
Mechanical
Zero Position
Rotation Direction
Change
B
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Index=0
1 LSB
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Index
Hyst=
2LSB
max.
3 LSB
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Table 7. Programming Options for the Quadrature Signals A/B/Index
Abi (13:12)
Function: output multiplexer for pin A,B,I
0
0
A  pin A, B  pin B, I(index)  pin I default value)
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step  pin A, direction  pin B, I(index)  pin I
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pulse  pin A, direction  pin B, I(index)  pin I
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1
off: LO  pin A, LO  pin B, LO  pin I
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7.9 Brushless DC Motor Commutation Mode
The BLDC signals will be used to control the electrical angle information – according to the amount of pole pairs and the actual mechanical angle
position. Refer Figure 13 for an example of n_pole_pairs:=2. For the programming, refer to Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI) on page 18.
Figure 13. Commutation Mode
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300
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60
120
180
angle electrical
30
60
90
120
150
180
210
240
270
angle mechanical
Table 8. Programming Options for the Commutation Signals U/V/W
uvw (11:9)
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0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
BLDC Pole Pairs : 1  electrical angle of 60º = mechanical angle: 60º
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0
BLDC Pole Pairs : 3  electrical angle of 60º = mechanical angle: 20º
1
BLDC Pole Pairs : 4  electrical angle of 60º = mechanical angle: 15º
0
BLDC Pole Pairs : 5  electrical angle of 60º = mechanical angle: 12º
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BLDC Pole Pairs : 6  electrical angle of 60º = mechanical angle: 10º
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The angle information from the device and the setup for the device is handled over the digital interface. A special port (Dx) can be used to
implement a daisy chain mode. Depending on the configuration, it is possible to implement a two wire or a three wire mode. In the three wire
mode, each communication starts with the rising edge of the chip select signal. The Port Dx is used to transfer the chip select information from
one device to the next. Refer to Figure 14 and Figure 15. In the two wire interface mode, a timeout logic ensures that the digital interface will be
reset if there is no clock source available for a certain time. The synchronization between the internal free running analog clock oscillator and the
external used digital clock source for the digital interface is done in a way that the digital clock frequency can vary in a wide range.
Remark: Reset for the digital interface:
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3 wire mode  via chip select
2 wire mode  via timeout
Port
Symbol
Chip Select
CS
DCLK
DCLK
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Function
Indicates the start of a new access cycle to the device
CS = LO  reset of the digital interface.
Clock source for the communication over the digital interface. The maximum and
minimum frequency depends on the mode.
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Port
Symbol
Bidirectional data input output
DIO
Function
Command and data information over one single line. The first bit of the command
defines a read or write access.
This port enables the daisy chain configuration of several devices.
Dx
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Three wire mode: Indicates the end of an interface cycle. Dx can be used as the
chip select signal for the next device in the chain.
Two wire mode: Will be set with the first falling edge of DCLK and hence, indicates
a running clock; it will be cleared at the end of the command sequence or after a
timeout phase. Dx can be used as a chip select signal in the two wire mode.
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Waveform – Digital Interface at Three Wire Daisy Chain Mode
Note: Defined if the Pin C2 is set to LO at all devices.
Figure 14. 3-Wire Daisy Chain Mode
CMD(1)
CMD(2)
Data(1)
C4 C3 C2 C1 C0 D15 D14 D13
DCLK
CS(1)
CS_INT(1)
DX(1) = CS(2)
CS_INT(2)
DX(2) = CS(3)
C0 D15 D14
CMD(3)
D0 C4
Data(3)
C0 D15 D14
CMD(1)
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DIO
DIO
CLK
CLK
CLK
CS
DIO
DX(1)
C2
LO
CS
C2
LO
CS
C2
LO
CS
CLK
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Waveform – Digital Interface at Two Wire Daisy Chain Mode
Note: Defined, if the Pin C2 is set to LO at all devices except the last one where the Pin C2 is set to HI.
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CMD(1)
C2 C1 C0 D15 D14 D13
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Data(2)
CMD(3)
C0 D15 D14
D0 C4
Data(3)
C0 D15 D14
CMD(1)
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DCLK
DX(3)
CS(1)
CS_INT(1)
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CS_INT(2)
DX(2) = CS(3)
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DIO
DIO
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7.11 Serial Synchronous Interface (SSI)
Normal mode is used for normal operations, whereas extended mode is for accessing the OTP.
Table 9. Commands of the SSI in Normal Mode
Digital interface at normal mode
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bin
mode
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14
13
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23
WRITE
CONFIG 1
10111
write
LP
SM_
RES
tst
tst
20
SET MT
COUNTER
10100
write
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EN PROG
10000
write
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RD MT
COUNTER
00100
read
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RD_ANGLE
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read
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10
Hyst <1:0>
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tst
tst
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multi-turn-counter <8:0>
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SM_RES: State machine reset of the digital part of the device (soft reset).
EN PROG: Enables the access to the OTP register in Extended Mode.
WRITE CONFIG: LP HI activates the sleep mode of the AS5134. The power consumption is significantly reduced. LP LO returns to normal
operation mode. During sleep mode, the lock_adc bit in command 0 is LO.
RD_MT Counter: Command for read out of multi turn register.
OTP_OK: Bit shows correct readout of the OTP register after startup. The bit is valid till the next OTP access.
RD_ANGLE: Command for read out of angle value and AGC value (agc). “Lock” indicates a locked ADC.
tst: Test bits for internal testing (must be left unchanged).
Hyst (11:10): Digital Hysteresis can be set via the digital interface 0, 1, 2 (default), 3 LSB
Hyst
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2 LSB (default value)
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The hysteresis can be changed over the interface. An activation of the SM_RES bit is required. This can be performed in two steps -
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2. Use again WRITE CONFIG 1 command and release SM_RES = ‘0’ with the same hysteresis setting.
SET MT COUNTER: Command for setting the Multi Turn Counter to a defined value.
LP: Default "0"; "1" for using the low power function.
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lock_adc: Indicates that the tracking adc is in a locked status. For a valid angle (the magnetic field has to be in a certain range, which is
indicated by the agc value) or a missing magnet the lock_adc is set.
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Table 10. Commands of the SSI in Extended Mode
Factory Settings
Number of bits
2
18
1
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4
1
41
40 39 ..36 35 ..32
31
Customer Settings
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3
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bin
mode
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WRITE OTP
11111
xt write
tst
ID
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
lock_otp (*) r_ add r_bit
sensitivity
abi
uvw
zero
angle
25
PROG_OTP
11001
xt write
tst
ID
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
lock_otp (*) r_ add r_bit
sensitivity
abi
uvw
zero
angle
15
READ_OTP
01111
xt read
tst
ID
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
lock_otp (*) r_ add r_bit
sensitivity
abi
uvw
zero
angle
9
READ ANA
01001
xt read
tst
ID
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
tst
lock_otp (*) r_ add r_bit
sensitivity
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PROG_OTP: Programming of the OTP register. Only Bits <0:20> can be programmed by the customer. The internal factory settings are locked by an “internal lock bit” and cannot be programmed.
READ_OTP: Read out the content of the OTP register. Data written by WRITE_OTP and PROG_OTP is read out.
READ ANA: Analog read out mode. The analog value of every OTP bit is available at pin 1 (PROG), which allows for a verification of the fuse process. No data is available at the SSI.
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number of bits, which allows the customer to overwrite one of the customer OTP bits <0:15>.
tst: Test bits for internal testing (must be left unchanged).
ID (59:42): Chip identifier to track the device in the field
lock_otp (21): To disable the programming of the factory bits – write access is still possible
r_add (20:17): The following OTP bits can be modified according to the requirements of the application.
r_bit (16): Redundancy bit (functionality is only implemented in the user region)
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zero angle (8:0): Trim bit for the zero angle information
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LP: Enables the low power mode to reduce the current consumption - digital registers are not reset.
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1. The Extended Mode can be enabled by sending command 16 (EN PROG).
2. The lock bit will be deleted during power down or sleep mode to ensure that the user is able to detect that the read out angle value is computed after the wake up sequence.
3. In extended mode 1 data bit (wirte/read) requires 4 clock cycles (see Figure 19).
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abi (13:12): Mode selection for the incremental signals
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ABI
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W
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R_add R_add R_add R_add R_bit Sensitivity Sensitivity
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8 Application Information
The benefits of AS5134 are as follows:
Complete system-on-chip, no angle calibration required
Flexible system solution provides absolute serial, ABI, UVW and PWM outputs
Ideal for applications in harsh environments due to magnetic sensing principle
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High reliability due to non-contact sensing
Robust system, tolerant to horizontal misalignment, airgap variations, temperature variations and external magnetic fields
8.1 AS5134 Programming
The AS5134 offers the following user programmable options:
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Zero Position Programming. This programming option allows the user to program any rotation angle of the magnet as the new zero
position. This useful feature simplifies the assembly process as the magnet does not need to be mechanically adjusted to the electrical zero
position. It can be assembled in any rotation angle and later matched to the mechanical zero position by zero position programming. The 8,5-bit
user programmable zero position can be applied both temporarily (command WRITE OTP, #31) or permanently (command PROG OTP, #25).
Magnetic Field Optimization. This programming option allows the user to match the vertical distance of the magnet with the optimum
magnetic field range of the AS5134 by setting the sensitivity level. The 2-bit user programmable sensitivity setting can be applied both
temporarily (command WRITE OTP, #31) or permanently (command PROG OTP, #25).
8.1.1
OTP Programming Connection
Programming of the AS5134 OTP memory does not require a dedicated programming hardware. The programming can be simply accomplished
over the serial 3-wire interface (see Figure 17) or the optional 2-wire interface (see Figure 6). For permanent programming (command PROG
OTP, #25), a constant DC voltage of 8.0-8.5V must be connected to pin 1 (PROG). For temporary OTP write (“soft write”; command WRITE OTP,
#31), the programming voltage is not required. The capacitors must be as close as possible to the pin, to ensure that a serial inductance of 50nH
is not to be exceeded. The 50nH inductance could translate into a cable length of approximately 5cm.
Figure 16. OTP Programming Connection
+5V
VDD
VDD
Output
DCLK
I/O
DIO
8.0 – 8.5V
100nF
+
-
100nF
PROG
10µF
Micro Controller
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Figure 17. OTP Programming Connection
Special Case
Standard Case
VSUPPLY
L<50nH
Vzapp
100nF
Vzapp
PROG
GND
C1
PROM Cell
10µF
VDD
Vprog
C2
PROG
GND
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VSUPPLY
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100nF
PROM Cell
10µF
Remove for normal operation
Note: The maximum capacitive load at PROG in normal operation is less than 20pF. However, during programming the capacitors C1+C2 are
needed to buffer the programming voltage during current spikes, but they must be removed for normal operation. To overcome this
contradiction, the recommendation is to add a diode (4148 or similar) between PROG and VDD as shown in Figure 17 (special case
setup), if the capacitors can not be removed at final assembly.
Due to D1, the capacitors C1+C2 are loaded with VDD-0.7V at startup, hence not influencing the readout of the internal OTP registers.
During programming the OTP, the diode ensures that no current is flowing from PROG (8-8.5V) to VDD (5V).
In the standard case (see Figure 17), the verification of a correct OTP readout can be done either by analog readback of the OTP register or with the aid of the OTP_OK bit. The special case setup provides only the OTP_OK bit for verifying the correct reading of the
OTP. Analog readback is not usable in the special case mode, as the diode pulls the PROG pin to VDD.
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As long as the PROG pin is accessible it is recommended to use standard setup. In case the PROG pin is not accessible at final
assembly, the special setup is recommended.
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After programming, the programmed OTP bits must be verified in two ways:
Digital Read Out (Mandatory): After sending a READ OTP command, the readback information must be the same as programmed
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Note: Either “Digital Verification” or “Analog Verification” must be carried out in addition to the “Digital Read Out”.
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i) At room temperature
ii) Right after the programming
Analog Verification: By switching into Extended Mode and sending a READ ANA command, the pin PROG becomes an output sending an
analog voltage with each clock representing a sequence of the bits in the OTP register (starting with D61). A voltage of <500mV indicates a
correctly programmed bit (“1”) while a voltage level between 2V and 3.5V indicates a correctly unprogrammed bit (“0”). Any voltage level in
between indicates incorrect programming.
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Figure 18. Analog OTP Verification
VDD
VDD
Output
CS
Output
DCLK
I/O
DIO
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CMD_PHASE
DCLK
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t1
DATA_PHASE_EXTENDED
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CS
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CMD4
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DIO
CMD2
CMD0
CMD
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D60
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READ
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8.2 AS5134 Status Indicators
8.2.1
Lock Status Bit
The Lock signal indicates, whether the angle information is valid (ADC locked, Lock = high) or invalid (ADC unlocked, Lock = low). To determine
a valid angular signal at best performance, the following indicators can be set:
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After a startup of the AS5134 at the initial zero position the lock status bit will remain at (Lock=0). After a mechanical rotation (1º) the lock status
bit will change to (Lock=1).
Note: The angle signal is also valid (Lock = 1), when the AGC is out of range (00H or 3FH), but the accuracy of the AS5134 is reduced due to
the out of range condition of the magnetic field strength.
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The AS5134 is not only able to sense the angle of a rotating magnet, it can also measure the magnetic field strength (and hence the vertical
distance) of the magnet. This additional feature can be used for several purposes:
- as a safety feature by constantly monitoring the presence and proper vertical distance of the magnet
- as a state-of-health indicator, e.g. for a power-up self test
- as a pushbutton feature for rotate-and-push types of manual input devices
The magnetic field strength information is available in two forms:
Magnetic Field Strength Software Indicator. The serial data that is obtained by command READ ANGLE contains the 6-bit AGC
information. The AGC is an automatic gain control that adjusts the internal signal amplitude obtained from the Hall elements to a constant level.
If the magnetic field is weak, e.g. with a large vertical gap between magnet and IC, with a weak magnet or at elevated temperatures of the
magnet, the AGC value will be high. Likewise, the AGC value will be lower when the magnet is closer to the IC, when strong magnets are used
and at low temperatures.
The best performance of the AS5134 will be achieved when operating within the AGC range. It will still be operational outside the AGC range, but
with reduced performance especially with a weak magnetic field due to increased noise.
Factors Influencing the AGC Value. In practical use, the AGC value will depend on several factors:
The initial strength
of the magnet. Aging magnets show a reducing magnetic field over time which results in an increase of the AGC
value. The effect of this phenomenon is relatively small and can easily be compensated by the AGC.
The vertical distance of the magnet. Depending on the mechanical setup and assembly tolerances, there will always be some variation of
the vertical distance between magnet and IC over the lifetime of the application using the AS5134. Again, vertical distance variations can be
compensated by the AGC.
The temperature and material of the magnet. The recommended magnet for the AS5134 is a diametrically magnetized, 5-6mm diameter
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AGC range. Every magnet has a temperature dependence of the magnetic field strength. The temperature coefficient of a magnet depends
on the used material. At elevated temperatures, the magnetic field strength of a magnet is reduced, resulting in an increase of the AGC
value. At low temperatures, the magnetic field strength is increased, resulting in a decrease of the AGC value. The variation of magnetic
field strength over temperature is automatically compensated by the AGC.
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OTP Sensitivity Adjustment. To obtain best performance and tolerance against temperature or vertical distance fluctuations, the AGC value
at normal operating temperature is in the middle between minimum and maximum, hence it is around 100000 bin (20hex). To facilitate the
“vertical centering” of the magnet+IC assembly, the sensitivity of the AS5134 can be adjusted in the OTP register in 4 steps. A sensitivity
adjustment is recommended, when the AGC value at normal operation is close to its lower limit (around 00H). The default sensitivity setting is
00H = low sensitivity. Any value >00H will increase the sensitivity (see Table 3).
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8.3 Multi Turn Counter
Decimal Value
011111111
256
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01111111
127
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+3
00000010
+2
00000001
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00000000
0
11111111
-1
11111110
-2
11111101
-3
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10000000
-128
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100000000
-255
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A 9-bit register is used for counting the magnet’s revolutions. With each zero transition in any direction, the output of a special counter is
incremented or decremented. The initial value after reset is 0 LSB. The multi turn value is encoded as complement on two. Clockwise rotation
gives increasing angle values and positive turn count. Counter clockwise rotation exhibits decreasing angle values and a negative turn count
respectively.
The counter output can be reset by using command 20 – SET MT Counter. It is immediately reset by the rising clock edge of this bit. Any zero
crossing between the clock edge and the next counter readout changes the counter value.
8.4 High Speed Operation
The AS5134 is using a fast tracking ADC (TADC) to determine the angle of the magnet. Once the TADC is synchronized with the angle, it sets
the LOCK bit in the status register. In worst case, usually at start-up, the TADC requires up to 179 steps to lock. Once it is locked, it requires only
one cycle to track the moving magnet. The AS5134 can operate in locked mode at rotational speeds up to 76875 rpm.
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In Low Power Mode, the position of the TADC is frozen. It will continue from the frozen position once it is powered up again. If the magnet has
moved during the power down phase, several cycles will be required before the TADC is locked again. The tracking time to lock in with the new
magnet angle can be roughly calculated as:
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tLOCK = Time required to acquire the new angle after power up from one of the reduced power modes [µs]
OldAngle = Angle position when one of the reduced power modes is activated [º]
NewAngle = Angle position after resuming from reduced power mode [º]
Propagation Delay
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The Propagation delay is the time required from reading the magnetic field by the Hall sensors to calculating the angle and making it available on
the serial or PWM interface. While the propagation delay is usually negligible on low speeds, it is an important parameter at high speeds. The
longer the propagation delay, the larger becomes the angle error for a rotating magnet as the magnet is moving while the angle is calculated. The
position error increases linearly with speed. The main factors that contribute to the propagation delay are discussed in detail further in this
document.
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8.4.2
Digital Readout Rate
Apart from the chip-internal propagation delay, the chip requires time to read and process the angle data. Due to its nature, a PWM signal is not
usable at high speeds, as you get only one reading per PWM period. Increasing the PWM frequency improves it. But problems will occur at the
receiving controller to resolve the PWM steps. The frequency on the AS5134 PWM output is typical 1.33kHz with a resolution of 2µs/step. A
more suitable approach for high speed absolute angle measurement is using the serial interface. With a clock rate of up to 6MHz, a complete set
of data (21bits) can be read in >3.5µs.
8.4.3
Low Power Mode
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The target of this mode is to reduce the long time power consumption of the device for battery powered applications, without losing the actual
angle information.
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In Low Power Mode, the AS5134 is inactive. The last state (for e.g. the angle, AGC value, etc.) is frozen and the chip starts from this frozen state
when it resumes active operation. This method provides much faster start-up than a “cold start” from zero. If the AS5134 is cycled between
active and reduced current mode, a substantial reduction of the average supply current can be achieved. The minimum dwelling time is <0.5 ms.
The actual active time depends on how much the magnet has moved while the AS5134 was in reduced power mode. The angle data is valid,
when the status bit LOCK has been set. Once a valid angle has been measured, the AS5134 can be put back to reduced power mode. The
average power consumption can be calculated as:
I active t on + I powerdown t off
I avg = --------------------------------------------------------------------t on + t off
sampling interval = ton + toff
(EQ 2)
Where:
Iavg = Average current consumption
Iactive = Current consumption in active mode
Ipower_down = Ioff : Current consumption in reduced power mode (max. 120µA)
ton = Time period during which the chip is operated in active mode
toff = Time period during which the chip is in reduced power mode
To access the Low Power Mode, the bit ‘LP’ <15> of the digital interface has to be set to “1”.
Figure 20. Low Power Mode Connection
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Reducing Power Supply Peak Currents. When the AS5134 is toggled between active and reduced power mode, there is the option to
add an RC-filter (R1/C1) to avoid peak currents at power supply. The value of R1 is set that it maintains a VDD voltage of 4.5V – 5.5V and
especially during long active periods the R1 must maintain the charge which C1 has expired. C1 can be set in such a way as it can support peak
currents during the active operation period. In case of long active periods, C1 has a great value and R1 has a small value.
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9 Package Drawings and Markings
The device is available in a 20-Lead Shrink Small Outline package.
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Figure 21. Package Drawings and Dimensions
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YYWWMZZ
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Min
1.73
0.05
1.68
0.22
0.09
6.90
7.40
5.00
0.55
0.09
0º
Nom
1.86
0.13
1.73
0.30
0.17
7.20
7.80
5.30
0.65 BSC
0.75
1.25 REF
0.25 BSC
4º
20
Max
1.99
0.21
1.78
0.38
0.25
7.50
8.20
5.60
0.95
8º
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A2
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L2
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1. Dimensions and tolerancing conform to ASME Y14.5M-1994.
2. All dimensions are in millimeters. Angles are in degrees.
Marking: YYWWMZZ.
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Last two digits of the manufacturing year
Manufacturing week
Plant identifier
Assembly traceability code
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Figure 22. Vertical Cross Section of SSOP-20
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1. All dimensions in mm.
2. Die is slightly off centered.
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9.1 Recommended PCB Footprint
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Recommended Footprint Data
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mm
inch
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9.02
0.355
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6.16
0.242
C
0.46
0.018
D
0.65
0.025
E
6.31
0.248
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Revision History
Revision
Date
Owner
Description
1.3
Jun 01, 2007
1.5
May 21, 2008
Added Extended Operation Mode: Timing of Analog Readout (page 23)
1.6
Jul 07, 2008
Updated Connecting the AS5134 (page 7)
1.7
Jul 23, 2008
Initial revision
Updated Key Features (page 1), DC Characteristics of Digital Inputs and
Outputs (page 5)
Added Daisy Chain Mode (page 15)
Added Low Power Mode (page 26)
1.8
Added topic on ‘Accuracy’
Aug 12, 2008
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Added Package Drawings and Markings (page 27)
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Mar 10, 2009
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1.10
Apr 29, 2009
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1.11
Jun 24, 2009
1.12
Sep 25, 2009
1.13
Jan 27, 2010
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Updated Timing Characteristics (page 6), 2-or 3-wire Read-only Serial Bit
Sequence (21bit read) (page 9), OTP Programming Connection (page 21),
Programming Verification (page 22)
Updated Electrical Characteristics (page 5)
Maximum speed modified from 25.000 rpm to 140.000 rpm across the
datasheet.
Maximum speed modified from 140.000 rpm to 82.000 rpm across the
datasheet.
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Updated Package Drawings and Markings (page 27)
1.14
Mar 30, 2010
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Modified the following chapters:
Key Features (page 1)
Absolute Maximum Ratings (page 4)
Electrical Characteristics (page 5)
Timing Characteristics (page 6)
1.15
Jun 29, 2010
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Updated PWM period (page 5), PWM frequency (page 5)
2.0
May 23, 2011
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Updated Absolute Maximum Ratings, 1-Wire PWM Connection, Package
Drawings and Markings
2.1
Nov 25, 2011
2.2
Feb 29, 2012
2.3
Apr 26, 2012
Updated PWM width (see Table 3), Programming Verification (page 22) and
Vertical Cross Section of SSOP-20 (page 28)
Updated Electrical Characteristics (page 5), Vertical Cross Section of SSOP20 (page 28), Rewrote Digital Readout Rate (page 26), Reducing Power
Supply Peak Currents (page 26)
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Updated ‘2FH’ to ‘3FH’ in Lock Status Bit (page 24)
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10 Ordering Information
The devices are available as the standard products shown in Table 12.
Table 12. Ordering Information
Description
AS5134-ZSST, -ZSSM 360 Step Programmable High Speed Magnetic Rotary Encoder
Delivery Form
Package
Tape & Reel
20-pin SSOP
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