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  • 2019 Microchip Technology Inc. DS50002939A

    MCP3564ADC Evaluation Board V2

    for PIC32 MCUsUser’s Guide

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    Table of Contents

    Preface ........................................................................................................................... 5Introduction............................................................................................................ 5Document Layout .................................................................................................. 5Conventions Used in this Guide ............................................................................ 6Recommended Reading........................................................................................ 7The Microchip Website.......................................................................................... 7Product Change Notification Service..................................................................... 7Customer Support ................................................................................................. 8Document Revision History ................................................................................... 8

    Chapter 1. Product Overview ........................................................................................ 91.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................... 91.2 MCP3564 Device Overview ........................................................................... 91.3 What is the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2? ........................................ 91.4 MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs Kit Contents ........... 10

    Chapter 2. Hardware Description ............................................................................... 112.1 MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 Hardware Overview .......................... 112.2 PIM Module and Peripheral Usage Overview .............................................. 132.3 Analog Input Structure .................................................................................. 142.4 External Voltage reference ........................................................................... 14

    Chapter 3. Installation.................................................................................................. 153.1 Introduction ................................................................................................... 15

    3.1.1 System Requirements ............................................................................... 153.2 Energy Management Utility GUI Installation ................................................. 15

    Chapter 4. Energy Management Utility ...................................................................... 194.1 First Launch (GUI) ........................................................................................ 194.2 System Operation ......................................................................................... 21

    4.2.1 Main Window ............................................................................................. 214.2.2 Data Acquisition Demo View ..................................................................... 224.2.3 Demo ADC Registers Options ................................................................... 23

    Appendix A. Schematics and Layouts ....................................................................... 25A.1 Introduction .................................................................................................. 25A.2 Board – Schematic 1 .................................................................................... 26A.3 Board – Schematic 2 .................................................................................... 27A.4 Board – Schematic 3 .................................................................................... 28A.5 Board – Schematic 4 .................................................................................... 29A.6 Board – Top Silk .......................................................................................... 30

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    A.7 Board – Top Copper and Silk ....................................................................... 31A.8 Board – Top Copper .................................................................................... 32A.9 Board – Bottom Copper ............................................................................... 33A.10 Board – Bottom Copper and Silk ............................................................... 34A.11 Board – Bottom Silk ................................................................................... 35

    Appendix B. Bill of Materials (BOM) ...........................................................................37Worldwide Sales and Service .....................................................................................40

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    Preface

    INTRODUCTIONThis chapter contains general information that will be useful to know before using the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2. Items discussed in this chapter include:• Document Layout• Conventions Used in this Guide• Recommended Reading• The Microchip Website• Customer Support• Document Revision History

    DOCUMENT LAYOUTThis document describes how to use the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2. The manual layout is as follows:• Chapter 1. “Product Overview” – This chapter provides important information

    about the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2. • Chapter 2. “Hardware Description” – This chapter describes the hardware of

    the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2.• Chapter 3. “Installation” – This chapter provides information about the “Energy

    Management Utility GUI” step-by-step installation.• Chapter 4. “Energy Management Utility” – This chapter provides information

    about the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 and the “Energy Management Utility GUI” first launch. This chapter also provides guidance for successful application usage, as well as important information regarding the user interface.

    • Appendix A. “Schematics and Layouts” – Shows the schematic and PCB layout diagrams for the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2.

    • Appendix B. “Bill of Materials (BOM)” – Lists the parts used to build the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2.

    NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS

    All documentation becomes dated, and this manual is no exception. Microchip tools and documentation are constantly evolving to meet customer needs, so some actual dialogs and/or tool descriptions may differ from those in this document. Please refer to our website (www.microchip.com) to obtain the latest documentation available.Documents are identified with a “DS” number. This number is located on the bottom of each page, in front of the page number. The numbering convention for the DS number is “DSXXXXXXXXA”, where “XXXXXXXX” is the document number and “A” is the revision level of the document.For the most up-to-date information on development tools, see the MPLAB® IDE online help. Select the Help menu, and then Topics, to open a list of available online help files.

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    CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS GUIDEThis manual uses the following documentation conventions:

    DOCUMENTATION CONVENTIONSDescription Represents Examples

    Arial font:Italic characters Referenced books MPLAB® IDE User’s Guide

    Emphasized text ...is the only compiler...Initial caps A window the Output window

    A dialog the Settings dialogA menu selection select Enable Programmer

    Quotes A field name in a window or dialog

    “Save project before build”

    Underlined, italic text with right angle bracket

    A menu path File>Save

    Bold characters A dialog button Click OKA tab Click the Power tab

    N‘Rnnnn A number in verilog format, where N is the total number of digits, R is the radix and n is a digit.

    4‘b0010, 2‘hF1

    Text in angle brackets < > A key on the keyboard Press , Courier New font:Plain Courier New Sample source code #define START

    Filenames autoexec.batFile paths c:\mcc18\hKeywords _asm, _endasm, staticCommand-line options -Opa+, -Opa-Bit values 0, 1Constants 0xFF, ‘A’

    Italic Courier New A variable argument file.o, where file can be any valid filename

    Square brackets [ ] Optional arguments mcc18 [options] file [options]

    Curly brackets and pipe character: { | }

    Choice of mutually exclusive arguments; an OR selection

    errorlevel {0|1}

    Ellipses... Replaces repeated text var_name [, var_name...]

    Represents code supplied by user

    void main (void){ ...}

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    RECOMMENDED READINGThis user’s guide describes how to use the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2. Other useful documents are listed below. The following Microchip documents are available and recommended as supplemental reference resources:

    • MCP3561/2/4 Data Sheet – “Two/Four/Eight-Channel, 153.6 ksps, Low-Noise 24-Bit Delta-Sigma ADCs” (DS20006181)

    This data sheet provides detailed information regarding the MCP3564 device.

    • PIC32MX5XX/6XX/7XX Data Sheet – “32-bit Microcontrollers (up to 512 KB Flash and 128 KB SRAM) with Graphics Interface, USB, CAN, and Ethernet” (DS60001156)

    This data sheet provides detailed information regarding the PIC32MX795F512L device.

    • “PIC32MX795F512L 100-pin to 100-pin TQFP CAN-USB Plug-in Module (PIM) Information Sheet” (DS50001949)

    This information sheet provides all needed details regarding the 100-pin PIM interface board functions and PIC32MX795F512L pins.

    • MCP2200 Data Sheet – “USB 2.0 to UART Protocol Converter with GPIO” (DS20002228)

    This data sheet provides detailed information regarding the MCP2200 device.

    THE MICROCHIP WEBSITEMicrochip provides online support via our website at www.microchip.com. This website is used as a means to make files and information easily available to customers. Accessible by using your favorite Internet browser, the website contains the following information:• Product Support – Data sheets and errata, application notes and sample

    programs, design resources, user’s guides and hardware support documents, latest software releases and archived software

    • General Technical Support – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), technical support requests, online discussion groups, Microchip consultant program member listing

    • Business of Microchip – Product selector and ordering guides, latest Microchip press releases, listing of seminars and events, listings of Microchip sales offices, distributors and factory representatives

    PRODUCT CHANGE NOTIFICATION SERVICE Microchip’s customer notification service helps keep customers current on Microchip products. Subscribers will receive e-mail notifications whenever there are changes, updates, revisions or errata related to a specified product family or development tool of interest.To register, access the Microchip website at www.microchip.com, click on Product Change Notification and follow the registration instructions.

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    CUSTOMER SUPPORTUsers of Microchip products can receive assistance through several channels:• Distributor or Representative• Local Sales Office• Embedded Systems Engineer (ESE)• Technical SupportCustomers should contact their distributor, representative or Embedded Systems Engi-neer (ESE) for support. Local sales offices are also available to help customers. A list-ing of sales offices and locations is included in the back of this document.Technical support is available through the website at: http://www.microchip.com/support.

    DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY

    Revision A (December 2019)• Initial release of this document.

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  • MCP3564ADC EVALUATION BOARD V2

    FOR PIC32 MCUs

    USER’S GUIDE

    Chapter 1. Product Overview

    1.1 INTRODUCTIONThis chapter provides an overview of the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs.

    1.2 MCP3564 DEVICE OVERVIEWThe MCP3564 is a 4-channel, 24-bit, Delta-Sigma Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) with a programmable data rate of up to 153.6 ksps. It offers integrated features, such as an internal oscillator, temperature sensor and burnout sensor detection, in order to reduce system component count and total solution cost.The MCP3564 ADC is fully configurable with an Oversampling Ratio (OSR) from 32 to 98304 and a gain from 1/3X to 64X. These devices include an internal sequencer (Scan mode) with multiple monitor channels and a 24-bit timer to automatically create conversion loop sequences without needing MCU communications. Advanced security features, such as CRC and register map lock, can ensure configuration locking and integrity, as well as communication data integrity for secure environments.These devices come with a 20 MHz SPI-compatible serial interface and communication is largely simplified with 8-bit commands, including various Continuous Read/Write modes and 24/32-bit multiple data formats that can be accessed by the Direct Memory Access (DMA) of an 8-bit, 16-bit or 32-bit MCU.The MCP3564 is offered in an ultra-small, 3x3 mm, 20-lead UQFN package and is specified over an extended temperature range from -40°C to +125°C.

    1.3 WHAT IS THE MCP3564 ADC EVALUATION BOARD V2?The MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs provides the possibility to evaluate the performance of the MCP3564. It also provides a development platform for 32-bit PIC® device-based applications using existing 100-pin PIC microcontroller Plug-In Module (PIM) systems that are compatible with the Explorer 16 and other high pin count PIC32 device-based demo boards. The system comes with a programmed PIC32MX795F512L PIM module that communicates with the Energy Management Utility software for data exchange and ADC setup.The link for downloading the software is available on the evaluation board’s web page. For instructions on the use of this software, refer to Chapter 3. “Installation” of this document.

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    FIGURE 1-1: MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2.

    1.4 MCP3564 ADC EVALUATION BOARD V2 FOR PIC32 MCUs KIT CONTENTSThe MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs kit includes:• MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs (ADM01097)• PIC32MX795F512L PIM• USB Cable• Jumpers• Important Information Sheet

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    Chapter 2. Hardware Description

    2.1 MCP3564 ADC EVALUATION BOARD V2 HARDWARE OVERVIEWThe MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs represents a solution for integrating the ADC in a functional system with the possibility of interconnection with other boards, extensions and multiple modes of transmitting information to the PC. The evaluation board contains an LCD and three buttons, available for the user, for interfacing with the system.

    FIGURE 2-1: Power Source Selection.

    The power can be selected from one of two sources using the (J2) jumper. The 2.5-5.5 mm jack (J1) is used to power the board during operation with 9V. Each of the mini-USB connectors (J13 and J15) can also provide power without the need for a 9V supply.

    The communication with the PC is provided through the MCP2200 USB 2.0 to UART (RS-232) Protocol Converter device or direct USB connection to the PIC32 PIM. By default, the USB socket for direct USB connection (J13) and the USB host socket (J14) are not populated.

    5V (J2) Jumper

    5V USB

    9V IN

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    FIGURE 2-2: MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 Top View.

    Legend:1 – Analog Signal Inputs 9 – Control Switches2 – External Power Supply Socket (9V DC) 10 – Logic Probe Connector (J12)3 – USB Socket for RS-232 Connection 11 – IRQ (J11) Jumper4 – TX/RX Indicator LED (LD2) 12 – ICD Connector5 – Power Source Selection (J2) Jumper 13 – Reset Switch6 – USB Socket for Direct USB

    Connection14 – MA320003 PIC32MX795F PIM

    7 – USB Host Socket 15 – User’s LEDs (LD3, LD4)8 – LCD 16 – MCP3564 Delta-Sigma 4-Channel ADC

    10

    16

    1

    11

    5

    2

    3

    4

    6

    7

    12

    8

    9

    15

    14

    13

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    2.2 PIM MODULE AND PERIPHERAL USAGE OVERVIEW The MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs contains a 100-pin PIM socket compatible with Microchip’s PIM modules. The system comes with one PIM module, the PIC32MX795F512L.

    FIGURE 2-3: PIM module Peripheral Usage Overview.

    Output Compare 4 is used for clock generation through a PWM signal applied to the CLKIN pin of the MCP3564. The SPI2 bus is shared by the MCP3564 ADC and digital potentiometer, and the IRQ signal is transmitted through the J11 jumper that must be placed before use. The LCD is controlled through the I2C bus, RA2/SCL2 and RA3/SDA2 pins. Communication with the PC can be made directly through the Universal Serial Bus connected to the D+ and D- pins on the RG0 and RG1 ports, or through the MCP2200 USB-UART converter tied on the RF4/U2RX and RF5/U2TX pins.In order to facilitate connection of a logic analyzer device, the MCP3564 ADC Evalua-tion Board V2 was designed with a multipoint connector (J12) that allows sampling of the signals between the PIM, ADC and DigiPot on the SPI2 bus, as well as the MCP2200 RX/TX pins and the IRQ status pin.

    More details can be found in Appendix A. “Schematics and Layouts” and Appendix B. “Bill of Materials (BOM)” with all schematics included, as well as the BOM.

    MCP3564

    CONTROL SWITCHES SW2 – SW4

    USERS LEDs LD3 – LD4

    DIGIPOT

    IRQ

    SDI

    SDO

    SCK

    CS

    CLKIN

    IRQ (J11)Jumper

    LCD

    UART

    USB

    RA5/DP-CS

    RG6/SCK2

    RD3/OC4

    RA14/ADC-IRQ

    RG8/MOSI2

    RG7/MISO2

    RG9/ADC-CS

    RF4/U2RX

    RF5/U2TX

    RG1/D-

    RG0/D+

    RA3/SDA2

    RA2/SCL2

    RD11 – RD13

    RD4 – RD5

    PIC32MX PIM

    Note: Without the IRQ jumper on the J11 connector, the user will have to set the IRQ_MODE[0] bit (IRQ Pin Inactive State Selection) from the IRQ Register (0x05) to ‘1’ (the inactive state is logic high). Jumpers are included in the package.

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    2.3 ANALOG INPUT STRUCTUREFour differential input paths allow external signal sources to be easily connected to the MCP3564 inputs. Screw terminal connectors J3-J6 are four-pin connectors that act as both screw-type and clip-on port connectors.

    The J3-J6 connectors can be used as a differential or single-ended configuration. The J7 to J10 connectors are designed to be used as an easy way to connect an external device or an active sensor that needs power. Each J7 to J10 connector has: the channel input, the analog GND and VCC (3.3V) pins.

    2.4 EXTERNAL VOLTAGE REFERENCEFor the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 application, there are two options for the voltage reference. Both options are related to the external VREF. In the Edit Registers window at the “VREF Option” section of the GUI, just two options are available: “External 2.5V” and “External-DP”. By choosing the “External-DP” option, the “DigiPot (MSB Value)” section becomes active and a value can be input by the user. The DigiPot value (0 to 255) is the equivalent of the desired reference voltage obtained from the DigiPot, where 255 is the equivalent of 3.3V. By choosing the “External 2.5V” (set by default), a high-accuracy fixed voltage output is provided by an external IC. As is shown in the following schematic representation, the external VREF source can be selected using the IC switch, which is controlled by the MCU. The IC switch output is connected to the VREF positive input of the ADC through an RC low-pass filter, and an MCP6V91UT op amp configured as a unity gain buffer.

    FIGURE 2-4: Schematic Representation of the Voltage Reference Circuit.

    Note: To use a screw terminal connector as a port connector, pull up the green plastic top to access the ports.

    DIGIPOT

    REFIN+

    REFIN-

    GND

    SPI2 BUS

    RA4/TDI

    PIC32MX PIM

    MCP3564

    RC LPFand

    Circuit Isolation

    SPI2 BUS

    S2

    S1

    IN

    DIC Switch

    2.5VVoltage

    Reference

    0-3.3V

    2.5V

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    Chapter 3. Installation

    3.1 INTRODUCTIONThis section describes how to install and use the Energy Management Utility GUI, required in order to connect to and interact with the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2.The Energy Management Utility GUI allows the user to evaluate the MCP3564 ADC device for the replication of the analog input signal into a graph chart with calculation of the main signal properties, as well as the acquisition parameters.

    3.1.1 System RequirementsThe MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 is designed to be used with a PC running Microsoft® Windows® 7 or later. For USB connectivity, the minimal physical requirement for the PC is a standard type-A USB 2.0 port.

    3.2 ENERGY MANAGEMENT UTILITY GUI INSTALLATIONGo to www.microchip.com, search for the MCP3564 device and download the Energy Management Utility (Version 1.4 or newer).The Energy Management Utility is a GUI that supports the following evaluation boards:• MCP3910 ADC Evaluation Board (ADM00425)• MCP3911 ADC Evaluation Board (ADM00398)• MCP3913 ADC Evaluation Board (ADM00522)• MCP3914 ADC Evaluation Board (ADM00523)• MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board (ADM00583)• MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 (ADM01097)

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    In order to install the software, the following steps must be completed.1. Click the Next button to continue.

    FIGURE 3-1: Energy Management Utility – Setup Window.

    2. Read and accept the License Agreement. Click the Next button to proceed.

    FIGURE 3-2: Energy Management Utility – License Agreement Window.

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    3. Choose the desired installation directory and click Next.

    FIGURE 3-3: Energy Management Utility – Installation Directory Window.

    4. Wait for the setup wizard to finish the installation.

    FIGURE 3-4: Energy Management Utility – Installing Window.

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    5. Once the installation is completed, click Finish to exit the setup wizard.

    FIGURE 3-5: Energy Management Utility – Install Complete Window.

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    Chapter 4. Energy Management Utility

    4.1 FIRST LAUNCH (GUI)The MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 (or another compatible board) is required in order to use the Graphical User Interface (GUI).First of all, make sure that the hardware (HW) is properly prepared for use as is described in Chapter 2. “Hardware Description”. Before use, make sure that the programmed PIM module is properly inserted and the J1 and J2 jumpers (on the PIM) are on the USB position.In order to connect the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 to the PC, a micro-USB cable is required (the cable is included in the kit).

    FIGURE 4-1: Schematic Representation of the Available USB Connectors (J1, J15, J13 and J14).

    The MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 power source is selected by the J2 jumper and can be powered by the USB port or external 9V DC supply. Once the board is powered, LD1 lights up and the “MCP3564 4Ch Demo” message is displayed on the LCD.

    Note: J13 provides the direct USB connection to the PIC32MX USB peripheral that emulates a VCP (Virtual COM Port). The J15 socket is the USB interface of the serial to UART converter (MCP2200 serial port converter).

    Note: The two connection sockets, J13 and J15, cannot be used at the same time. The firmware will automatically detect the interface being used. In Windows® 8 and later, all the necessary drivers should be automatically installed. If drivers are needed, please refer to the MCP2200 product page (www.microchip.com/mcp2200).

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    FIGURE 4-2: Representation of the LCD Message.

    Once the hardware is connected, the Energy Management Utility GUI can be started. The software recognizes the device ID and displays the corresponding evaluation board number (ADM01097 for MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2) and the COM port of the connection.If the connection status is “Not Connected” (Figure 4-5, Number 6), repeat the hard-ware connection process, press the Connect button (Figure 4-5, number 11) and select the corresponding COM Port.

    FIGURE 4-3: Representation of the Connect/Disconnect Procedure.

    Once the hardware is properly connected, the default settings are uploaded into the ADC and the application is ready to be used. By pressing the Run button, the data acquisition starts and the status label (Figure 4-5, Number 7) changes from Idle to running. After a few seconds (two complete readings are required), all information boxes start to display the input data and the graphs are plotted in each channel’s Chart window.Disconnecting the USB will display a communication error dialog box, as shown in Figure 4-4, indicating the hardware was not detected.

    FIGURE 4-4: Hardware Not Detected Dialog Box.

    To launch the evaluation board application, the following steps must be checked:1. Set up the HW as shown in Chapter 2. “Hardware Description”.2. Connect the micro-USB cable to one of the USB sockets.3. Run the Energy Management Utility.4. Select the channels to be displayed (by default, CH0 and CH1 are selected).5. Press the Run button in order to start data acquisition.

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  • Energy Management Utility

    4.2 SYSTEM OPERATIONOnce the system is successfully launched (Section 4.1 “First Launch (GUI)”), there are some basic things to consider in order to ensure the system is fully operational:• Control switches, SW3 and SW4, are software connected to LD3 and LD4,

    respectively. By pressing any of those buttons, the related LEDs will light up.• During the acquisition process, after pressing the Run button, each data frame

    sent to the PC is signaled by LD2 (when the J15 RS-232 port is used) or LD3 (when the J13 USB port is used).

    4.2.1 Main WindowThe Energy Management Utility GUI has four main components on the user’s window:• The control menu bar (Figure 4-5, Number 1) provides access to File, Operation,

    Graphs, Window and Help menus that are intuitive and easy to access, as well as the Connect button for reconnecting to the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2

    • The application control toolbar contains: - The Run button – starts or resumes (if application was stopped) the data

    acquisition process- The Stop button – freezes all the data displayed on the Main window and

    stops the data transmission from the evaluation board to the PC- The Edit Registers button – opens the MCP3564 Register Settings window- The Real-Time Temperature box – shows the temperature in Celsius degrees- Two channel selection drop-down lists

    • The graphs and signal information section is divided in two similar areas for the corresponding channel characterization

    • The status toolbar provides information related to the:- Connection status of the board and the COM port- Firmware version- Current process status

    Note: If the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 does not respond as described, the Reset button should be used (Figure 2-2, Number 13).

    2019 Microchip Technology Inc. DS50002939A-page 21

  • MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs User’s Guide

    FIGURE 4-5: Main Window.

    4.2.2 Data Acquisition Demo ViewTo start the data acquisition, two input channels have to be selected; Channel 0 and Channel 1 are chosen by default. There are three info graphs available on the window: the MSB, the Magnitude and the Occurrences graphs. The refresh rate of the input data is related to the speed of the acquisition process, ADC CLKIN value, OSR value and update rate (in the Operation menu). Each data acquisition frame is 2048 samples per channel (this value cannot be modified). For a better visualization, there is a zoom-in option available by clicking and dragging with the mouse on the desired graph. Zoom-out can be performed by using the Zoom-Out button on each graph’s axis (Figure 4-5, Number 3). By default, the graphs are set to auto-scale, but that can be changed by selecting “Manual Scale” in the following menu:Graphs>Graphs Settings>Waveform>Left-Right PlotMore options for the graph representation tuning can be found in the Graph Settings window.

    Legend:1 – Control Menu Bar – Process Status Box2 – Application Control Toolbar – Second Channel Info Box3 – Zoom Out Button – Second Channel Graphs4 – First Channel Graphs – Channel Selection Drop-Down Lists5 – First Channel Info Boxes – Connection Button6 – Connection Status Box

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  • Energy Management Utility

    FIGURE 4-6: Graph Settings Window.

    4.2.3 Demo ADC Registers OptionsTo access the Edit Registers option, the data acquisition process must be stopped.Once the application status field displays the “Stopped” message, the Edit Registers button (on the application toolbar) can be clicked and the MCP3564 Settings window will appear.

    FIGURE 4-7: MCP3564 Settings Window.

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    Legend:1 – ADC CLKIN Control 6 – Read All ADC Registers2 – Buffer Length (info) 7 – Status Box3 – Sampling Speed (info) 8 – Inactive Registers Boxes (info only)4 – Lock Value 9 – Active Registers Boxes5 – Default Settings Button 10 – ADC Scan Register (info)

    2019 Microchip Technology Inc. DS50002939A-page 23

  • MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs User’s Guide

    This window has the following three main parts:• The “Registers” field contains the main MCP3564 internal registers. This provides

    direct access to the ADC registers by selecting a particular option from the drop-down lists that are active. The inactive register drop-downs, on the right side (Figure 4-7, Number 8), are set to a default option needed for the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 application and are not configurable.

    • The “Other Settings” field provides:- Sampling Speed Control – modifies the value of the ADC external input clock- Buffer Length – has a fixed value and it cannot be modified- Sampling Speed Indicator – provides information about the actual computed

    value of the sampling speed of the last acquisition buffer- Lock Value (0xA5) – is the default value of the ADC Lock Register- Restore Defaults - Update button – reads all the registers from the MCP3564 and refreshes all

    text boxes in the “Registers” field

    • The Status toolbar provides information about the updating process and the exact time of the completion (Figure 4-7, Number 7).

    Note: The new selected values of the registers are automatically written into the ADC.

    DS50002939A-page 24 2019 Microchip Technology Inc.

  • MCP3564ADC EVALUATION BOARD V2

    FOR PIC32 MCUsUSER’S GUIDE

    Appendix A. Schematics and Layouts

    A.1 INTRODUCTIONThis appendix contains the following schematics and layouts for the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs.• Board – Schematic 1• Board – Schematic 2• Board – Schematic 3• Board – Schematic 4• Board – Top Silk• Board – Top Copper and Silk• Board – Top Copper• Board – Bottom Copper• Board – Bottom Copper and Silk• Board – Bottom Silk

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    A.6 BOARD – TOP SILK

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  • Schematics and Layouts

    A.7 BOARD – TOP COPPER AND SILK

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    A.8 BOARD – TOP COPPER

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  • Schematics and Layouts

    A.9 BOARD – BOTTOM COPPER

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    A.10 BOARD – BOTTOM COPPER AND SILK

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  • Schematics and Layouts

    A.11 BOARD – BOTTOM SILK

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    NOTES:

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    FOR PIC32 MCUsUSER’S GUIDE

    Appendix B. Bill of Materials (BOM)

    TABLE B-1: BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM)Qty. Reference Description Manufacturer Part Number

    2 C1, C53 Capacitor, Tantalum, 10 µF, 20V, 10%, 2.1, Surface Mounted, (SMD), B

    AVX Corporation TAJB106K020RNJ

    1 C2 Capacitor, Ceramic, 10 µF, 10V, 20%, X7R, SMD, 1206

    Wurth Elektronik 885012208018

    41 C3, C6, C7, C8, C9, C10, C11, C12, C13, C14, C15, C16, C17, C18, C19, C20, C21, C22, C23, C24, C25, C26, C27, C28, C29, C30, C31, C32, C33, C34, C35, C37, C39, C40, C41, C42, C43, C44, C45, C46, C49

    Capacitor, Ceramic, 0.1 µF, 16V, 10%, X7R, SMD, 0603

    Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd. EMK107B7104KA-T

    4 C4, C5, C36, C38 Capacitor, Ceramic, 1 µF, 10V, 20%, X7R, SMD, 0603

    Samsung Electro-Mechanics America, Inc.

    CL10B105KP8NNNC

    1 C47 Capacitor, Ceramic, 10 µF, 10V, 20%, X5R, SMD, 0603

    Samsung Electro-Mechanics America, Inc.

    CL10A106MP8NNNC

    2 C48, C52 Capacitor, Ceramic, 18 pF, 50V, 5%, C0G, SMD, 0603

    TDK Corporation C1608C0G1H180J080AA

    2 C50, C51 Capacitor, Ceramic, 12 pF, 50V, 5%, NP0, SMD, 0603

    KEMET C0603C120J5GACTU

    1 D1 Diode, Rectifier, MRA4005, 1.1V, 1A, 600V, DO-214AC_SMA

    ON Semiconductor® MRA4005T3G

    1 J1 Connector, Power, 2.5 mm, 5.5 mm, Switch Slotted, Through-Hole (TH),Right Angle (R/A)

    Kycon, Inc. KLDX-0202-B

    1 J2 Connector, HDR-2.54, Male, 2x2, Tin, 5.84MH, TH, Vertical

    Amphenol Information Communication & Commercial – Amphenol ICC (FCI)

    67997-404HLF

    4 J3, J4, J5, J6 Connector, Terminal, 5 mm, 1x4, Female, 12-26AWG, 18A, TH, R/A

    Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co.

    1935187

    4 J7, J8, J9, J10 Connector, HDR-2.54, Male, 2x4, Tin, 5.84MH, TH, Vertical

    Amphenol ICC (FCI) 67996-408HLF

    1 J11 Connector, HDR-2.54, Male, 1x2, Gold, 5.84MH, TH, Vertical

    Multicomp Inc. SPC20481

    Note: The components listed in this Bill of Materials are representative of the PCB assembly. The released BOM used in manufacturing uses all RoHS-compliant components.

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    1 J12 Connector, HDR-2.54, Male, 2x8, Tin, 5.84MH, TH, Vertical

    Amphenol ICC (FCI) 67996-416HLF

    1 J15 Connector, USB 2.0, Micro-B, Female, SMD, R/A

    Amphenol ICC (FCI) 10118193-0001LF

    4 J16, J17, J18, J19 Connector, HDR-1.27, Male, 1x25, Gold, 5.84MH, TH, Vertical

    Samtec, Inc. TMS-125-01-G-S

    1 J20 Connector, HDR-2.54, Male, 1x6, Gold, 5.84MH, TH, R/A

    Wurth Elektronik 61300611021

    4 JP1, JP2, JP3, JP4 Mechanical, Jumper, 2.54 mm, 1x2, Handle, Gold

    TE Connectivity, Ltd. 881545-2

    1 L1 Ferrite, 150R@100 MHz, 300 mA, SMD, 1806

    Laird Technologies® LI1806C151R-10

    1 LCD1 Display, LCD, 16x2, Alpha, 3.3V, TH

    Newhaven Display International, Inc.

    NHD-C0216-CIZ-FSW-FBW-3V3

    1 LD1 Diode, LED, Green, 2V, 30 mA, 35mcd, Clear, SMD, 0603

    Lite-On®, Inc. LTST-C191KGKT

    1 LD2 Diode, LED, Bi Red Green, 1.95V, 2.1V, 30 mA, 0805

    Kingbright Electronic Co., Ltd.

    APHBM2012SURKCGKC

    2 LD3, LD4 Diode, LED, Red, 2V, 30 mA, 2mcd, Clear, SMD, 0603

    Lite-On, Inc. LTST-C190EKT

    5 PAD1, PAD2, PAD3, PAD4, PAD5

    Mechanical, HW Rubber Pad, Cylindrical, D9.53H5.97

    3M SJ61A2

    1 PCB MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 – Printed Circuit Board

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    04-11005-R1

    1 PIM1 PIC32 PIM MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MA320003

    19 R2, R7, R8, R9, R10, R11, R12, R13, R14, R24, R28, R29, R34, R35, R40, R41, R43, R44, R45

    Resistor, Thick Film (TKF), 1 k, 5%, 1/10W, SMD, 0603

    Panasonic® - ECG ERJ3GEYJ102V

    1 R3 Resistor, TKF, 18R, 1%, 1/10W, 0603

    Yageo Corporation RC0603FR-0718RL

    12 R4, R5, R6, R15, R17, R18, R19, R20, R21, R22, R23, R39

    Resistor, TKF, 10R, 5%, 1/10W, SMD, 0603

    Panasonic - ECG ERJ3GEYJ100V

    2 R16, R48 Resistor, TKF, 10 k, 1%, 1/10W, SMD, 0603

    Yageo Corporation RC0603FR-0710KL

    6 R25, R26, R31, R32, R33, R42

    Resistor, TKF, 4.7 k, 5%, 1/10W, SMD, 0603

    Panasonic - ECG ERJ3GEYJ472V

    2 R27, R30 Resistor, TKF, 330R, 1%, 1/10W, SMD, 0402

    KOA Speer Electronics, Inc.

    RK73H1ETTP3300F

    1 R36 Resistor, TKF, 150 k, 1%, 1/8W, SMD, 0603

    KOA Speer Electronics, Inc.

    SG73S1JTTD1503F

    2 R37, R38 Resistor, Thin Film (TF), 2.2 k, 1%, 1/8W, SMD, 0603

    Vishay Beyschlag MCT06030C2201FP500

    1 R49 Resistor, TKF, 0R, 1/10W, SMD, 0603

    StackpoleElectronics, Inc.

    RMCF0603ZT0R00

    TABLE B-1: BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM)Qty. Reference Description Manufacturer Part Number

    Note: The components listed in this Bill of Materials are representative of the PCB assembly. The released BOM used in manufacturing uses all RoHS-compliant components.

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  • Bill of Materials (BOM)

    4 SW1, SW2, SW3, SW4

    Switch, Tactile, SPST, 12V, 50 mA, SMD

    C&K Components PTS645SM43SMTR92LFS

    1 TP1 Test Point, Multipurpose, Black KeystoneElectronics Corp.

    5001

    1 U1 Microchip Analog LDO, 5V, MIC39100-5.0WS, 3-Lead SOT-223

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MIC39100-5.0WS

    1 U2 Microchip Analog LDO, 3.3V, MCP1825ST-3302E/DB, 3-Lead SOT-223

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MCP1825ST-3302E/DB

    1 U3 Microchip Analog LDO, 3.3V, MCP1754ST-3302E/DB, 3-Lead SOT-223

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MCP1754ST-3302E/DB

    1 U4 Microchip Analog VREF, 2.5V, MCP1501-25E/SN, 8-Lead SOIC

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MCP1501-25E/SN

    1 U5 Microchip Analog DigiPot, 1-Ch, 10k, MCP41010-I/SN, 8-Lead SOIC

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MCP41010-I/SN

    1 U6 Microchip Analog Delta-Sigma ADC, 24-Bit, MCP3564T-E/NC, 20-Lead UQFN

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MCP3564T-E/NC

    1 U7 IC Switcher, ADG839, 6-Lead SC-70

    Analog Devices Inc. ADG839YKSZ-REEL7

    1 U8 Microchip Analog Op Amp, 1-Ch, 10 MHz, MCP6V91UT-E/LTYCT-ND, 5-Lead SC-70

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MCP6V91UT-E/LTY

    1 U9 Microchip Interface USB UART, MCP2200-I/SS, 20-Lead SSOP

    MicrochipTechnology Inc.

    MCP2200T-I/SS

    1 X1 Resonator, 12 MHz, 0.1%, SMD, CSTCE-G

    Murata Electronics® CSTCE12M0G15L99-R0

    1 X2 Crystal, 32.768 kHz, 12.5 pF, RAD, P1.1D3.1H8.2

    ECS, Inc. International ECS-.327-12.5-13X

    1 X3 Crystal, 8 MHz, 18 pF, SMD, ABMM2

    Abracon®Corporation (LLC)

    ABMM2-8.000MHZ-E2-T

    TABLE B-2: BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) – DO NOT POPULATEQty. Reference Description Manufacturer Part Number

    0 J13 Connector, USB 2.0, Micro-B, Female, SMD, R/A

    Amphenol ICC (FCI) 10118193-0001LF

    0 J14 Connector, USB 2.0, STD-A, Female, TH, R/A

    TE Connectivity AMP Connectors

    292303-1

    0 R50 Resistor, TKF, 10R, 5%, 1/10W, SMD, 0603

    Panasonic Electronic Components

    ERJ3GEYJ100V

    Note: The components listed in this Bill of Materials are representative of the PCB assembly. The released BOM used in manufacturing uses all RoHS-compliant components.

    TABLE B-1: BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM)Qty. Reference Description Manufacturer Part Number

    Note: The components listed in this Bill of Materials are representative of the PCB assembly. The released BOM used in manufacturing uses all RoHS-compliant components.

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    Table of ContentsPrefaceIntroductionDocument LayoutConventions Used in this GuideDocumentation Conventions

    Recommended ReadingThe Microchip WebsiteProduct Change Notification ServiceCustomer SupportDocument Revision History

    Chapter 1. Product Overview1.1 Introduction1.2 MCP3564 Device Overview1.3 What is the MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2?Figure 1-1: MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2.

    1.4 MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 for PIC32 MCUs Kit Contents

    Chapter 2. Hardware Description2.1 MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 Hardware OverviewFigure 2-1: Power Source Selection.Figure 2-2: MCP3564 ADC Evaluation Board V2 Top View.

    2.2 PIM Module and Peripheral Usage OverviewFigure 2-3: PIM module Peripheral Usage Overview.

    2.3 Analog Input Structure2.4 External Voltage referenceFigure 2-4: Schematic Representation of the Voltage Reference Circuit.

    Chapter 3. Installation3.1 Introduction3.1.1 System Requirements

    3.2 Energy Management Utility GUI InstallationFigure 3-1: Energy Management Utility – Setup Window.Figure 3-2: Energy Management Utility – License Agreement Window.Figure 3-3: Energy Management Utility – Installation Directory Window.Figure 3-4: Energy Management Utility – Installing Window.Figure 3-5: Energy Management Utility – Install Complete Window.

    Chapter 4. Energy Management Utility4.1 First Launch (GUI)Figure 4-1: Schematic Representation of the Available USB Connectors (J1, J15, J13 and J14).Figure 4-2: Representation of the LCD Message.Figure 4-3: Representation of the Connect/Disconnect Procedure.Figure 4-4: Hardware Not Detected Dialog Box.

    4.2 System Operation4.2.1 Main WindowFigure 4-5: Main Window.

    4.2.2 Data Acquisition Demo ViewFigure 4-6: Graph Settings Window.

    4.2.3 Demo ADC Registers OptionsFigure 4-7: MCP3564 Settings Window.

    Appendix A. Schematics and LayoutsA.1 IntroductionA.2 Board – Schematic 1A.3 Board – Schematic 2A.4 Board – Schematic 3A.5 Board – Schematic 4A.6 Board – Top SilkA.7 Board – Top Copper and SilkA.8 Board – Top CopperA.9 Board – Bottom CopperA.10 Board – Bottom Copper and SilkA.11 Board – Bottom Silk

    Appendix B. Bill of Materials (BOM)Table B-1: Bill of Materials (BOM)Table B-2: Bill of Materials (BOM) – Do Not Populate

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