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AD2S1200/AD2S1205 User Guide
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One Technology Way • P.O. Box 9106 • Norwood, MA 02062-9106, U.S.A. • Tel: 781.329.4700 • Fax: 781.461.3113 • www.analog.com
Evaluation Board for the AD2S1200/AD2S1205 Resolver-to-Digital Converters
FEATURES
ADM1185 4-channel voltage monitor and sequencer, the
ADP3303 high accuracy 200 mA low dropout linear regulator,
the ADP2301 step-down switching regulator, the ADP190 highside power switch, the ADM811 voltage supervisory device, and
the ADG3304 and ADG3308 bidirectional logic level translators.
Full-featured evaluation board for the AD2S1200 and
AD2S1205
On-board excitation buffer
On-board power supplies
Standalone capability
PC control in conjunction with system demonstration
platform (EVAL-SDP-CB1Z)
PC software for control and data analysis
The evaluation board features a high current driver with user
configurable gain that amplifies and biases the excitation
outputs, which allows the evaluation board to be connected
directly to a resolver. This high current driver circuit is
described in detail in Circuit Note CN-0192, available from
Analog Devices, Inc.
EVALUATION BOARD DESCRIPTION
The EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ is a full-featured evaluation board
designed to allow the user to easily evaluate all features of the
AD2S1200 and the AD2S1205 resolver-to-digital converters.
To evaluate the AD2S1200, order the EVAL-AD2S1200SDZ,
and to evaluate the AD2S1205, order the EVAL-AD2S1205SDZ
(see Table 7). The evaluation board can be controlled via the
SDP connector (J2). The SDP board allows the evaluation board
to be controlled through the USB port of a PC using the EVALAD2S1200/05SDZ software.
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ CONTENTS
Evaluation board hardware
Evaluation software CD for the AD2S1200/AD2S1205
Mains power supply adapter
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT NEEDED
System demonstration platform (EVAL-SDP-CB1Z) when
using evaluation software
Resolver or resolver simulator
On-board components include: the AD8664 precision rail-to-rail
quad op amp, the ADP1621 current mode step-up converter, the
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
DC
JACK
AVDD
DVDD
ON-BOARD
POWER SUPPLIES
+12V
5V
AVDD, DVDD, +12V
VDRIVE 3.3V
EXC
AVDD
DVDD
EXC
CS
RD
AD2S1200/
AD2S1205
SAMPLE
RDVEL
ADSP-BF527
DSP
LEVEL
SHIFTERS
Sin
CosLO
Cos
SAMPLE,
CS, RDVEL,
RD, SCLK,
SDO
D0 TO D11,
A,B,NM, DIR,
DOS, LOT
8-WAY CONNECTOR
26-WAY CONNECTOR
Figure 1. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Block Diagram
PLEASE SEE THE LAST PAGE FOR AN IMPORTANT
WARNING AND LEGAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
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PARALLEL
SDP BOARD
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DATA BUS
D0 TO D11
SinLO
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1
Test Points ......................................................................................6
Evaluation Board Description......................................................... 1
Encoder ...........................................................................................6
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Contents ................................................. 1
Fault Detection ..............................................................................6
Additional Equipment Needed ....................................................... 1
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Basic Hardware Setup......................7
Functional Block Diagram .............................................................. 1
Evaluation Board Software ...............................................................8
Revision History ............................................................................... 2
Software Installation .....................................................................8
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Quickstart Guide ................................. 3
Launching the Software ............................................................. 10
Evaluation Board Hardware ............................................................ 4
Description of Main Software Window .................................. 12
Device Description ....................................................................... 4
Data Capture ............................................................................... 13
Hardware Link Options ............................................................... 4
Save File ....................................................................................... 14
Power Supplies .............................................................................. 4
Flash LED .................................................................................... 12
Parallel/Serial Interface ................................................................ 6
Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork ................................ 15
Sockets/Connectors...................................................................... 6
Ordering Information .................................................................... 23
REVISION HISTORY
3/12—Rev. C to Rev. D
Document Title, Format, and Content Changed from EVALAD2S1200/AD2S1205, Rev. C, to UG-365, Rev. D ........ Universal
6/07—Rev. B to Rev. C
Updated Format .................................................................. Universal
Replaced Introduction ..................................................................... 1
Changes to Evaluation Board Interfacing Section ....................... 5
Changes to Bill of Materials .......................................................... 15
11/06—Rev. A to Rev. B
Added EVAL-AD2S1205 ................................................... Universal
11/05—Rev. 0 to Rev. A
Added Evaluation Board Schematics and Artwork ................... 10
Added Bill of Materials .................................................................. 14
5/04—Revision 0: Initial Version
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EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ QUICKSTART GUIDE
5.
Follow these steps to quickly evaluate the AD2S1200 or the
AD2S1205:
2.
3.
4.
Install the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ software from the
enclosed CD. Ensure that the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board is
disconnected from the USB port of the PC while installing
the software. The PC may need to be restarted after the
installation.
Ensure that the default link options are configured as
outlined in Table 2.
Connect the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board to the EVALAD2S1200/05SDZ board as shown in Figure 2.
Screw the two boards together with the enclosed nylon
screw-nut set to ensure that the boards connect firmly
together.
6.
7.
8.
9V
DC INPUT
POWER SUPPLIES
SDP BOARD
INDICATION LEDS
EXCITATION
BUFFER
RESOLVER
INTERFACE
AD2S1200/
AD2S1205
LEVEL
SHIFTERS
USB
INTERFACE
Figure 2. Hardware Configuration—Setting Up the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ
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1.
Connect the power supply adapter included in the kit to
Connecter J702 on the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board.
Connect the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board to the PC via the
USB cable. For Windows® XP, you may need to search for
the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z drivers. Choose to automatically
search for the drivers for the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board if
prompted by the operating system.
Launch the AD2S1200_05 software from the Analog
Devices subfolder in the Programs menu.
Press the RESET button, S1, on the EVALAD2S1200/05SDZ board.
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EVALUATION BOARD HARDWARE
DEVICE DESCRIPTION
The AD2S1200 and the AD2S1205 integrate an on-chip
programmable sinusoidal oscillator that provides sine wave
excitation for resolvers.
This evaluation board comes with a wall-mountable switching
power supply that provides a 9 V dc output. Connect the supply
to a 100 V to 240 V ac wall outlet at 50 Hz to 60 Hz. The output
from the supply is provided through a 2.0 mm inner diameter
jack that connects to the evaluation board at J702. The 9 V
supply is connected to the various on-board power management devices that supply the correct bias to each of the various
sections on the board and the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board.
The 12-bit angular position and velocity data is accessed via
either a 12-bit parallel port or a 3-wire serial interface. On-chip
incremental encoder emulation with direction output is also
available for positional data.
When using this evaluation board with the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z
board, it is necessary to power the board through the J702
connector. The VCCY for the ADG3304 and ADG3308 level
translator devices are sourced from the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board.
On-chip fault detection detects loss of resolver signals, out of
range input signals, input signal mismatch, and loss of position
tracking.
In standalone configuration, it is possible to power the
evaluation board through external power supplies via the
relevant screw terminal connectors.
Complete specifications for the AD2S1200 and the AD2S1205
are provided in the AD2S1200 and the AD2S1205 data sheets,
available from Analog Devices, which should be consulted in
conjunction with this user guide when using the evaluation
board. Full details on the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z are available on the
Analog Devices website.
If the evaluation board is used without the 9 V adapter, 5 V
must be connected to the AVDD input to supply the AD2S1200/
AD2S1205 AVDD pin. In addition, 5 V must be connected to the
DVDD input to supply the AD2S1200/AD2S1205 DVDD pin.
12 V must be connected to the +12 V connector to supply the
excitation buffer circuitry.
HARDWARE LINK OPTIONS
Each supply is decoupled on this board using 10 µF tantalum
and 10 nF multilayer ceramic capacitors.
This user guide describes the evaluation board for the
AD2S1200 and the AD2S1205, which are 12-bit resolution
tracking resolver-to-digital converters.
The function of the link options are described in Table 2. The
default setup is configured to operate the board with the mains
power supply adapter and to interface to the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z
board via the parallel interface.
It is also possible to operate the board in standalone mode when
interfacing to a user defined system. The evaluation board can
be configured to operate in standalone serial or parallel mode
by setting the necessary link options. Angular positional data
can also be determined by interfacing with the encoder outputs.
POWER SUPPLIES
Care should be taken before applying power and signals to the
evaluation board to ensure that all link positions are as per the
required operating mode. See Table 2 for the complete list of
link options.
Extensive ground planes are used on this board to minimize the
effect of high frequency noise interference. There are two main
ground planes, AGND and DGND. These are connected at one
location close to the AD2S1200/AD2S1205.
Table 1. External Power Supply Required
Power
Supply
VIN
Voltage
Range
9 V ± 5%
AVDD
DVDD
12 V
5 V ± 5%
5 V ± 5%
9 V to 15 V
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Purpose
Supplies power to on-board power
management devices
RDC analog supply rail
RDC digital supply rail
Excitation buffer supply
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Table 2. Link Options
Category
Interface
Link
LK1
Default
Position
B
Function
This link selects the source of the CS input signal for the AD2S1200/AD2S1205.
In Position A, the CS signal is taken from the externally applied signal via the J4 connector.
In Position B, the CS signal is taken from the SDP board via the 120-way connector.
LK2
B
This link selects the source of the SAMPLE input signal for the AD2S1200/AD2S1205.
In Position A, the SAMPLE signal is taken from the externally applied signal via the J4 connector.
In Position B, the SAMPLE signal is taken from the SDP board via the 120-way connector.
LK3
B
This link selects the source of the RDVEL input signal for the AD2S1200/AD2S1205.
In Position A, the RDVEL signal is taken from the externally applied signal via the J4 connector.
In Position B, the RDVEL signal is taken from the SDP board via the 120-way connector.
In Position C, the RDVEL signal is tied to DVDD.
In Position D, the RDVEL signal is tied to DGND.
LK4
B
This link selects the source of the RD input signal for the AD2S1200/AD2S1205.
In Position A, the RD signal is taken from the externally applied signal via the J4 connector.
In Position B, the RD signal is taken from the SDP board via the 120-way connector.
LK6
A
This link selects the source of the SOE input signal for the AD2S1200/AD2S1205.
In Position A, the SOE signal is tied to DVDD (parallel mode).
In Position B, the SOE signal is tied to DGND (serial mode).
Frequency
Selection
LK5
Not inserted
(10 kHz)
Buffer Gain
LK7,
LK8
C
LK501
A
LK701
A
LK702
A
Power
Supplies
This link selects the frequency of the sinusoidal excitation signals, the EXC and EXC pins of
AD2S1200/AD2S1205. The frequency of this reference signal is programmable to four standard
frequencies (10 kHz, 12 kHz, 15 kHz, or 20 kHz) using the FS1 and FS2 pins. FS1 and FS2 have
internal pull-ups.
In Position A, the FS2 signal is tied to AGND.
In Position B, the FS1 signal is tied to AGND.
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 = R31 = R9.
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 +12 V supply for the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ.
In Position A, the +12 V supply is sourced internally from the on-board power supplies.
In Position B, the +12 V supply is sourced externally via the J500 connector.
This link is used to select the source of the AVDD supply for the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ.
In Position A, the AVDD supply is sourced internally from the on-board power supplies.
In Position B, the AVDD supply is sourced externally via the J703 connector.
This link is used to select the source of the DVDD supply for the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ.
In Position A, the DVDD supply is sourced internally from the on-board power supplies.
In Position B, the DVDD supply is sourced externally via the J701 connector.
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PARALLEL/SERIAL INTERFACE
Table 4. Pin Designations for 26-Way Connector J3
In the default configuration, information is transferred to the
EVAL-SDP-CB1Z via the parallel interface.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
SOCKETS/CONNECTORS
There is one SMB input socket, J1, on this evaluation board.
This socket allows external clock frequencies to be applied to
the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board. The on-board 8.192 MHz
crystal should be removed if an external clock is used.
There are nine connectors on the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ
board, as outlined in Table 3.
Table 3. On-Board Connectors
Connector
J2
J3
J4
J5
J6
J500
J701
J702
J703
Function
120-way connector for EVAL-SDP-CB1Z interface
External 26-way connector for parallel operation
External 8-way connector for serial operation
Connector for SIN, SINLo, COS, and COSLo inputs
Connector for EXC and EXC outputs
External 12 V and AGND power connector
External DVDD and DGND power connector
9 V, 2.0 mm dc jack connector
External AVDD and AGND power connector
The default interface to this evaluation board is via the 120-way
connector, which connects the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ to the
EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board.
Additional options for interfacing with the evaluation board are
via J3, a 26-way connector, or via J4, an 8-way connector. These
connectors are provided to allow the evaluation board to be
interfaced with systems other than the Analog Devices EVALSDP-CB1Z board. The 26-way connector, J3, is provided for use
in parallel mode. The 8-way connector, J4, is provided for use in
serial mode. The pin designations for both connectors are
shown in Table 4 and Table 5, respectively.
TEST POINTS
There are numerous test points on the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ
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.
Row A
DB0
DB2
DB4
DB6
DB8
DB10
RST
DIR
B
DGND
LOT
DGND
DVDD
Row B
DB1
DB3
DB5
DB7
DB9
DB11
DGND
NM
A
DGND
DOS
DGND
DVDD
Table 5. Pin Designations for 8-Way Connector J4
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
Row A
RD
SAMPLE
SCLK
DGND
Row B
CS
RDVEL
SO
DVDD
ENCODER
The AD2S1200 and AD2S1205 emulate a 1024-line encoder
and a DIR direction output pin. These outputs allow the angular
position to be determined without the need for parallel or serial
communication interfaces. For ease of analysis, these outputs
are wired to on-board LEDs on the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ
board. The status of these outputs can also be monitored via the
J3 connector. See Table 4 for the connector pinout.
FAULT DETECTION
The AD2S1200 and AD2S1205 devices contain on-chip fault
detection. The fault status is flagged via the LOT and DOS output
pins. For ease of analysis, these outputs are wired to on-board
LEDs on the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board. The status of
these outputs can also be monitored via the J3 connector. See
Table 4 for the connector pinout.
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EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ BASIC HARDWARE SETUP
The EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board connects to the EVALSDP-CB1Z system demonstration platform board. The
EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board is the controller board, which is the
communication link between the PC and the main evaluation
board. Figure 2 shows a photograph of the connections made
between the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ daughter board and the
EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board.
A resolver or resolver simulator should be connected to the
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board as outlined in Table 6. The
primary windings, R1 and R2, are connected to the buffered
excitation ouputs from the evaluation board. The resolver
stator outputs should be connected to the corresponding
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board inputs.
Table 6. Typical Resolver Connection
Resolver
R1
R2
Name
EXE
EXE
Pin
2
1
S1
S2
S3
S4
SIN
COS
SINLO
COSLO
4
1
3
2
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ
Connector
J6
J5
The gain stage for the excitation buffer can be controlled via
Link LK7 and Link LK8. These should be configured to provide
the necessary gain to allow the resolver inputs to lie within the
required specification. See Table 2 for the link options.
Before connecting power, connect the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ
board to Connector A on the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board. Nylon
screws are included in the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ kit and can
be used to ensure that the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ and EVALSDP-CB1Z boards are connected firmly together.
After the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board and the EVAL-SDPCB1Z board are connected securely, connect the power to the
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board. The EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ
board requires an external power supply adapter, which is
included in the evaluation board kit. Connect this power supply
to Connector J702 on the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board. For
further details on the required power supply connections and
options, see the Power Supplies section.
Before connecting the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board to your PC,
ensure that the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ software has been
installed from the enclosed CD. The full software installation
procedure is detailed in the Evaluation Board Software section.
Finally, connect the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board to the PC via the
USB cable enclosed in the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z kit. If using a
Windows XP platform, you may need to search for the EVALSDP-CB1Z drivers. Choose to automatically search for the
drivers for the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board if prompted by the
operating system.
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EVALUATION BOARD SOFTWARE
SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
The EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ kit includes software on a CD.
Click the setup.exe file from the CD to run the install. The
default location for the software is
C:\Program Files\Analog Devices\AD2S1200_05\
Install the evaluation software before connecting the evaluation
board and EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board to the USB port of the PC to
ensure that the evaluation system is correctly recognized when
connected to the PC.
There are two parts to the installation:
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EVAL-SDP-CB1Z system demonstration platform board
drivers installation
Follow Step 1 to Step 5 (see Figure 3 to Figure 7) to install the
EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ software. Follow Step 6 to Step 9 (see
Figure 8 to Figure 11) to install the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z drivers.
Proceed through all of the installation steps, allowing the
software and drivers to be placed in the appropriate locations.
Connect the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board to the PC only after the
software and drivers have been installed.
Figure 4. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Installation—Destination Directory
2.
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Figure 5. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Installation—License Agreement
Figure 3. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Installation—User Account Control
1.
Click Yes to begin the installation process.
Select the installation directory. Click Next.
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•
3.
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Click I accept the License Agreement, and click Next.
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Figure 6. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Installation—Start Installation
Figure 8. EVAL-SDP-CB1Z Drivers Installation—Setup Wizard
Click Next to install the software.
6.
The setup wizard opens. Click Next to begin the driver
installation process.
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4.
Figure 7. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Installation—Installation Complete
The installation of the evaluation software completes. Click
Next to proceed with the installation of the drivers.
Figure 9. EVAL-SDP-CB1Z Drivers Installation—Choose Install Location
7.
Select a destination folder for the SDP drivers, and click
Install.
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5.
Figure 10. EVAL-SDP-CB1Z Drivers Installation—Windows Security
8.
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Click Install to proceed with the installation.
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LAUNCHING THE SOFTWARE
After the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ and EVAL-SDP-CB1Z
boards are correctly connected to your PC, the EVALAD2S1200/05SDZ software can be launched.
To launch the software, perform the following steps:
1.
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2.
From the Start menu, select Programs >Analog Devices >
AD2S1200_05. The main window of the software then
opens (see Figure 14).
If the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board is not connected to
the USB port via the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z when the software
is launched, a connectivity error displays (see Figure 13).
Connect the evaluation board to the USB port of the PC,
wait a few seconds, click Rescan, and follow the instructions.
Figure 11. EVAL-SDP-CB1Z Drivers Installation—Complete
9.
Click Finish.
After installation from the CD is complete, connect the EVALAD2S1200/05SDZ board to the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board as
described in the Evaluation Board Hardware section.
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When you first plug in the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z board via the USB
cable provided, allow the Found Hardware Wizard to run.
After the drivers are installed, you can check that the board is
connected correctly by looking at the Device Manager of the
PC. The Device Manager can be found by right-clicking My
Computer > Manage > Device Manager from the list of
System Tools, as shown in Figure 12. The EVAL-SDP-CB1Z
SDP-B board should appear under ADI Development Tools.
This completes the installation.
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Figure 13. Connectivity Error Alert
Figure 12. Device Manager
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2
3
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1. MENU BAR.
2. CONTROL BUTTONS.
3. DATA CAPTURE DISPLAY.
Figure 14. Evaluation Software Main Window
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DESCRIPTION OF MAIN SOFTWARE WINDOW
Acquisition (Codes) Tab
When the software is launched, the main software window
opens (see Figure 14).
The Acquisition (Codes) tab displays the conversion results
taken in normal mode of the position and velocity of the resolver
connected to the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board. The number
of conversions results displayed is defined by the Number of
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.
The user software panel as shown in Figure 14 has the following
features:
•
•
•
Menu bar
Control buttons
Data capture display
Menu Bar
The menu bar consists of the File and Help menus.
File Menu
Save Data (Acquisition). Saves the position, velocity, and fault
data of a defined number of samples in normal mode into a
spreadsheet file.
Print Front Panel. Prints the software window displayed.
Save as Picture. Saves the front panel as a JPEG file.
Exit. Exits the program.
Help Menu
Analog.com. Opens www.analog.com.
Control Buttons
The EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ software includes the following
control buttons, drop-down boxes, and indicators.
Single Acquisition. Initiates the sampling and readback of
the defined number of resolver-to-digital converter (RDC)
measurements.
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 EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board.
The number of conversions results displayed is defined by the
Number of 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.
Histogram Position Tab
STOP. Stops the program.
Reoccurring Acquisition. Repeats single acquisition until the
button is released (normal mode).
Flash LED. Causes the orange LED1A on the SDP board to
flash, which can be a useful debugging tool.
Number of Samples. Selects the number of samples to be
completed in a single acquisition.
ON/OFF. Enables or disables the histogram option. (This button
appears on the Histogram Position and Histogram Velocity
tabs only.)
Data Capture Display
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), Histogram Position,
and Histogram Velocity tabs.
The Histogram Position tab displays the histogram of the position conversion results taken in normal mode of the resolver
connected to the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ 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 EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ 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.
Within any of the chart panels, the tools shown in Figure 15
allow user control of the different chart displays.
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2
3
1. USED FOR CONTROLLING
THE CURSOR IF PRESENT.
2. USED FOR ZOOMING IN
AND OUT.
3. USED FOR PLANNING.
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Figure 15. Chart Tools
DATA CAPTURE
To initiate conversions and to capture the sample data, you must
click the Single Acquisition or the Reoccurring Acquisition
button.
When the Single Acquisition button is clicked, the software
instructs the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z to read back the conversion
results from the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board. The number
of samples is selected via the Number of Samples box. After
each conversion, data from the AD2S120x is written to external
memory on the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z. The required set of samples
is uploaded through the USB port to the PC when all conversions are completed.
When you click the Reoccurring Acquisition button, the software
instructs the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z to read back the conversion
results from the EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ board in a repeating
loop. The number of samples is selected via the Number of
Samples box. After each conversion, data from the AD2S120x is
written to external memory on the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z. 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 AD2S120x device is not converting; therefore, there may
be a time delay between two blocks of samples.
In single acquisition and reoccurring acquisition mode, the data
is displayed on the data capture display. The data is displayed on
the Acquisition (Codes), Acquisition (Degrees/RPS),
Histogram Position, and Histogram Velocity tabs.
Figure 16 shows a typical data capture. Both position and velocity
data results are presented in the data capture display. Additionally,
the following data is displayed:
•
•
A summary of the measured positional data
A summary of the measured velocity data
1
2
1. SUMMARY OF THE MEASURED POSITIONAL DATA.
2. SUMMARY OF THE MEASURED VELOCITY DATA.
Figure 16. Acquisition (Code) Tab—Typical Data Capture
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The software can save the current captured data for future
analysis.
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Go to the File menu, and click Save Data (Acquisition). The
save dialog box opens. Save to an appropriate folder location.
Figure 17. Save Dialog Box
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DVDD
A
LK6
R76
B
LINK-2-R0603
R75
10K
22K
R74
+12V
DB11/SO
RDVEL
SAMPLE
CS
RD
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB8
DB9
DB10/SCLK
**
**
C11
10nF
10nF
C3
10uF
C4
10uF
C12
0.1uF
C5
VREF
DVDD
REFOUT
DVDD
DB6
DB7
DB8
DB9
DB10/SCLK
DB11/SO
SOE
RDVEL
SAMPLE
CS
RD
**
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
REFOUT
T_REFOUT
68k
R22
C27
R23
0R
C13
0R
R24
10nF
C16
10nF
C15
10uF
AVDD
+
COSLO
C14
68k
SINLO
U1
AD2S1200
R21
C33
R25
0R
DVDD
33
FS1
LOT
25
26
27
28
29
30
23
C7
22pF
8.192MHz
Y1
CLKIN
DGND
CPO 24
A
B
NM
DIR
DOS
31
FS2 32
RESET
EXC
R26
0R
C8
22pF
A
B
NM
DIR
A
AD8664ARZ
7
8K66
R50
R20
R51
R56
DNI
0r
DNI
0r
3
2
R19
1
0r
R52
AD8664ARZ
U7-A
+
-
Join under U1
C6
-
+
8
AD8664ARZ
X1
CLAMP-10MM
9
10
U7-C
120pF
8K66
15k4
EXC
EXC
SIN
SINLO
COSLO
COS
J5-4
J5-3
J5-2
J5-1
T_COS
T_COSLO
T_SINLO
T_SIN
DGND
VREF
C
R40
R39 DNI
R31
J6-1
T_EXC_OUT
T_EXC_OUT
AGND
10K
B
A
LK7
J6-2
J1
T_CPO
-
+
U7-B
120pF
15k4
Note on Excitation Buffer Circuitry
Two modes of operation:
Dual Op-Amp per Exc signal :
Insert R49, R50, R51, R52, R70, R72, R77 & R71
Single Op-Amp per Exc signal :
Insert R53, R19, R20, R56, R69, R73, R78 & R79
6
5
B
LINK-2-R0603
CLKIN
DOS
LOT
RESET
R9
R10 DNI
R12
R55
C1
LK5
T_EXC
T_EXC
10K
R54
VREF
C
B
A
LK8
0r
R53
DNI
R49
10uF
SIN
34
**. Place as close to U1 as possible
44
12
+
+
COS
43
REFBYP
0r
R69
DNI
R70
**
42
AGND
DB4
14
DB5
13
41
COS
40
COSLO
DGND
16
DVDD
17
+
15 DB3
39
AVDD
38
SINLO
DB2
18
35
EXC
37
SIN
DB1
19
AGND 36
DB0
20
XTALOUT
21
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Figure 18. Schematic Page 1
R73
R72
R78
R77
R79
DNI
R16
2K2
R18
3R3
R44
0r
D19
D1
3R3
DNI
0r
DNI
0r
R15
2K2
12
13
U7-D
+
-
14
AD8664ARZ
B
B
R71
C
E
E
C
Q2
R14
4R7
R13
4R7
Q1
DNI
C2
R66
2K2
3R3
R68
D4
D3
3R3
R67
R65
2K2
1uF 12mR
1uF 12mR
C9
EXC
B
B
R48
4R7
4R7
C
E
E
C
+12V
R47
10nF
C10
+12V
Q14
Q13
U7-E
11
4
EXC
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Figure 19. Schematic Page 2
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DIR
J3-15
B
DIR
DGND
T_DGND
E
C
Q9
2k2
R4
DVDD
LOT
J3-21
GREE N
D7
J3-13
S1
0.1uF
B
Reset
NM
J3-16
DVDD
C19
AGND
T_AGND
E
C
B
Q6
10 K
R1
3
4
NM
GND
RESET
E
C
LOT
GREE N
D8
B
1
2
Q10
2k2
R5
DVDD
U8
ADM81 1
MR
VCC
J4-8
J3-26
J3-25
B
J3-17
E
C
B
DOS
J3-22
RED
D11
Q5
2k2
R7
DVDD
10 k
R17
DVDD
B
J3-14
J3-19
J3-20
J3-23
E
C
E
C
A
J3-18
Q8
10 k
R3
DGND
GREE N
D9
Q11
2k2
R6
DVDD
B
RESET
J4-7
J3-24
B
B
RDVEL
RD
CS
SAMPLE
A
DOS
E
C
RED
D12
Q12
GREE N
D10
Q7
2k2
R8
DVDD
E
C
2k2
R2
DVDD
EN
NC
Y4
Y3
Y2
Y1
VCC Y
7
6
14
DGND
19
20
14
13
12
DB9
DB10 /SCLK
DB11 /SO
11
15
DB8
16
J4-6
C22
EN
NC
Y4
Y3
VCCA
R45
68 k
EN
A8
A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
1
VDRIVE_3 V3
C23
PAR_D9
PAR_D10
PAR_D11
9
10
PAR_D8
8
PAR_D7
7
PAR_D6
5
6
PAR_D5
PAR_D4
0.1UF
4
7
DGND
PAR_D3
6
PAR_D2
5
PAR_D1
3
4
PAR_D0
2
0.1uF
C17
3
2
1
GND
NC
A4
A3
A2
A1
VCCA
U14
ADG330 8
GND
Y8
Y7
Y6
Y5
Y4
Y3
Y2
Y1
U11
ADG330 4
VCCY
0.1uF
DB7
J3-12
J3-8
8
17
J3-11
J3-10
J3-6
J3-7
J3-9
J3-5
10
DB3
9
11
DB2
Y2
Y1
VCC Y
0.1uF
VDRIVE_3 V3
DGND
PAR_A0
PAR_RD
PAR_CS
5
4
TMR_A
C18
3.3V f rom SDP switched by FE T
3
12
DVDD
DVDD
GND
NC
A4
A3
A2
0.1uF
C21
2
1
DB1
U3
ADG330 4
A1
VCCA
13
J3-4
J3-3
J3-2
J3-1
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DB6
J4-5
C20
0.1uF
VDRIVE_3 V3
DB0
DVDD
18
DVDD
J4-4
J4-1
J4-2
J4-3
DB5
DB4
LINK-4-R060 3
D
C
B
A
LK3
LINK-2-R060 3
B
A
LK4
LINK-2-R060 3
B
A
LK1
LINK-2-R060 3
B
A
LK2
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Use SDP_GND as return for VSDP
(connected to blackfin GPIO - use I2C_0 first)
VSDP
SDP_GND
PAR_D7
PAR_D9
PAR_D11
PAR_CS
PAR_RD
PAR_D1
PAR_D3
PAR_D5
TMR_A
J2
BMODE1
UART_TX
GND
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
NC
NC
TMR_D
TMR_B
GPIO7
GND
GPIO5
GPIO3
GPIO1
SCL_0
SDA_0
GND
SPI_CLK
SPI_MISO
SPI_MOSI
SPI_SEL_A
GND
SPORT_TSCLK
SPORT_DT0
SPORT
SPORT_TFS
SPORT_RFS
SPORT_DR0
SPORT_RSCLK
GND
PAR_CLK
PAR_FS2
PAR_A0
PAR_A2
GND
PAR_INT
PAR_WR
PAR_D0
PARALLEL
PAR_D2
PORT
PAR_D4
GND
PAR_D6
PAR_D8
PAR_D10
PAR_D12
GND
PAR_D15
* PAR_D16
* PAR_D18
* PAR_D20
* PAR_D22
GND
VIO(+3.3V)
GND
GND
NC
on BLACKFIN SDP
NC
*
*
*
*
GND
USB_VBUS
GND
GND
NC
*NC
VIN
GND
SPORT_INT
SPORT_DT3
SPORT_DT2
SPORT_DT1
SPORT_DR1
SPORT_DR2
SPORT_DR3
GND
PAR_FS1
PAR_FS3
PAR_A1
PAR_A3
GND
PAR_CS
PAR_RD
PAR_D1
PAR_D3
PAR_D5
GND
PAR_D7
PAR_D9
PAR_D11
PAR_D13
PAR_D14
GND
PAR_D17 *
PAR_D19 *
PAR_D21 *
PAR_D23 *
RESET_IN
UART_RX
GND
NC
SDP
EEPROM_A0
STANDARD
NC
CONNECTOR
NC
NC
GND
NC
NC
TMR_C *
TIMERS
TMR_A
GPIO6
GND
GENERAL
GPIO4
INPUT/OUTPUT
GPIO2
GPIO0
SCL_1
I2C
SDA_1
GND
SPI_SEL1/SPI_SS
SPI_SEL_C
SPI
SPI_SEL_B
VIN: Use this pin to power the SDP requires 5V 200 mA
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
R28
100 K
R11
1
2
3
4
U2
VCC
WP
SCL
SDA
24LC32A-I/MS
A0
A1
A2
VSS
8
7
6
5
SDP_VIO_3.3V
Board ID EEPROM (24LC32) must be on I2C bus 0,
Main I2C bus (Connected to blackfin TWI - Pull up resistors not required)
100 K
R29
SDP_VIO_3.3V
Board ID EEPROM (24LC32) must be on I2C bus 0,
VIO: USE to set IO voltage max draw 20mA
SDP_VIO_3.3V
PAR_D6
PAR_D8
PAR_D10
PAR_D0
PAR_D2
PAR_D4
PAR_A0
BMODE1: Pull up with a 10K resistor to set SDP to boot from a SPI FLASH on the daughter board
10442-019
I2C bus 1 is common across both connectors on SDP - Pull up resistors required
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DNI
C710
R708
18k
5%
VSDP
DNI
C714
DNI
C713
R706
18k
5%
5%
R703
68k
R702
18k
5%
5%
R704
68k
C700
R710
470R
V_IN
R705
18k
5%
5%
R701
68k
1uF 5.5mR
5%
R707
68k
Caps placed only if specific delays needed
+12V_500MA
DNI
C715
GREEN
LED701
1%
R715
2k4
AVDD
PWR IN
V_IN
J702-2
J702-1
J702-4
5.1V
5
4
3
2
PWRGD
OUT3
OUT2
OUT1
GND
1
6
7
8
9
Q700
MMBT3904LT1G
10
VDD
E
C
ADM1185ARMZ
VIN4
VIN3
VIN2
VIN1
U703
BZT52
D701
B
R709
61R9
R717
10k
5%
R716
10k
5%
VINGND
SDP_GND
AGND
5%
R718
10k
1
5%
R719
10k
2
3
Q701
2N7002
GREEN
LED702
V_IN
PWR GD
1%
R713
2k4
V_IN
VSDP_EN
+12V_EN
AVDD_EN
10uF
+ C712
VSDP_EN
V_IN
AVDD_EN
V_IN
AVDD_EN
4
5
1uF
ADP3303-5
8
OUT1
7 IN1
OUT2
5 IN2
SD
ERROR
NR
GND
4
U700
EN
1
2
6
3
1
2
6
3
FB
3
6
SDP_GND
GND
2
SW
B230A-13-F
30V, 2A
DGND
R711
10k2
1%
R714
53k6
1%
DGND
10nF
R0402
5%
10uF 14mR
+
C724
SDP_VIO_3.3V
330k
C701
R700
Digital power supply
L701
1
2
6.8uH
ELL6PG6R8N
SDP_GND
D700
C725
0.1uF
R0402
5%
DVDD J701-1
GND J701-2
10nF
C720
330k
R741
18k
5%
5%
R740
68k
Analog power supply
R712
Power supply for SDP board
C702
10nF
C722
10nF
U705
ADP2301 AUJZ
1
BST
VIN
C709
1uF
C721
ADP3303-5
8
OUT1
7 IN1
IN2
OUT2
5
SD
ERROR
NR
GND
4
U704
AVDD J703-1
AGND
GND J703-2
B1
A1
DGND
EN
VOUT
A2
VSDP
10nF
C703
10nF
C723
GND
ADP190ACBZ
VIN
U741
LK702
LK701
B
A
J702-3
+
+
DVDD
VDRIVE_3V3
C704
10uF
C711
10uF
AVDD
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B
A
B2
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V_IN
120pF
2n2F
VDD_SIGNAL_GND
VDD_SIGNAL_GND
5
4
3
2
1
FREQ
FB
COMP
GND
SDSN
10
1uF
C506
R507
200R
R505
75k
8K45
VDD_SIGNAL_GND
6
7
8
9
R506
PGND
GATE
PIN
CS
IN
U501 ADP1621
VDD_SIGNAL_GND
VDD_SIGNAL_GND
R503
14k3
VDD_SIGNAL_GND
R504
4k53 VDD_SIGNAL_GND
C504
C505
2u2F 14mR
C503
+12V_EN
1uF
C507
R509
0R
R508
442R
L501
1
953R
R502
3.3uH
Q501
SI2304DDS-T1-GE3
R501
33mR
2
3
D501
C501
J500-1
AGND
J500-2
+12V_500MA
+12V
1uF 12mR
1uF 12mR
C502
B
A
Figure 22. Schematic Page 5
LK501
+12V
+12V_500MA
10442-021
Alternative part number for L501
Coilcraft ME3220-332MLB
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Figure 23. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Top-Side Silkscreen
Figure 24. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Bottom-Side Silkscreen
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Figure 25. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Top Layer
Figure 26. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Layer 2
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Figure 27. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Layer 3
Figure 28. EVAL-AD2S1200/05SDZ Bottom Layer
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ORDERING INFORMATION
See Table 7 for a list of the evaluation boards compatible with the hardware described in this user guide.
Table 7. Compatible Boards
Model 1
EVAL-AD2S1200SDZ
EVAL-AD2S1205SDZ
EVAL-SDP-CB1Z
ADZS-BRKOUT-EX3
1
Description
AD2S1200 evaluation board
AD2S1205 evaluation board
Evaluation controller board
Signal breakout board
Z = RoHS-compliant part.
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