1 PCAN-MicroMod Evaluation Test and Development Environment for the PCAN-MicroMod User Manual Document version.0. (0-0-0)
2 Products taken into account Product Name Part number Model PCAN-MicroMod Evaluation Board IPEH-000 PCAN-MicroMod Evaluation Kit (PCAN-Dongle) IPEH-000 PCAN-MicroMod Evaluation Kit (PCAN-USB) IPEH-000 Evaluation Board Rev.. The cover picture shows the MicroMod Evaluation Board with plugged on PCAN- MicroMod. CANopen and CiA are registered community trade marks of CAN in Automation e.v. All other product names mentioned in this document may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. They are not explicitly marked by and. 0 PEAK-System Technik GmbH PEAK-System Technik GmbH Otto-Roehm-Strasse Darmstadt Germany Phone: + (0) -0 Fax: + (0) - Document version.0. (0-0-0)
3 Contents Introduction. Properties at a Glance. Scope of Supply Setting Up the Evaluation Kit for Operation Components of the Evaluation Board. Power Supply. CAN Connector.. Connector Shield.. High-speed CAN Bus Termination.. -Volt Supply for External Devices 0.. Low-speed CAN (ISO -). MicroMod Position. Digital Inputs. Frequency Inputs. Digital Outputs. Frequency/PWM Outputs. Analog Inputs. Serial Bus (SCL, SDA, INT) 0.0 Prototyping Areas. RS- Connector.. Connector Shield Uploading Firmware to the MicroMod Technical Specifications Appendix A Circuit Diagram of the Evaluation Board
4 Introduction The PCAN-MicroMod Evaluation Board facilitates the entry into work with the PCAN-MicroMod and into development of own motherboards for the module. With a diversity of s, switches, and potentiometers the performance of a MicroMod configuration can easily be tested. All inputs and outputs are accessible via pickoffs and screw terminals. Via the serial RS- interface firmware to be tested is transferred to the MicroMod. A kit helps establishing the CAN communication between a PC and the MicroMod, either for transferring a new configuration, or for monitoring and influencing the CAN traffic. Note: This user manual only refers to the Evaluation Board and its application within the scope of the kits. Separate manuals exist for the PCAN-MicroMod and for the CAN interfaces PCAN- Dongle and PCAN-USB.. Properties at a Glance Pickoffs and screw terminals for inputs and outputs Open collector drivers for the digital and the CMOS PWM outputs Protected digital inputs Low-pass for digital inputs s for digital inputs and outputs Switches for status modification of the digital inputs Potentiometers for analog inputs Voltage divider for voltages > V
5 Serial RS- connector for firmware upload from a PC Optional insertion of a Low-speed CAN transceiver alternatively to the High-speed CAN transceiver on the MicroMod. Scope of Supply PCAN-MicroMod Evaluation Board AC adaptor Configuration software for Windows,, Vista, XP (/-bit) Manual and circuit diagram of the Evaluation Board in PDF format Additionally with Kit /Kit (IPEH-000/) PCAN-MicroMod m CAN cable with termination on both ends (each 0 Ω) for High-speed CAN CAN interface PCAN-Dongle PS/ (Kit ) CAN interface PCAN-USB (Kit )
6 Setting Up the Evaluation Kit for Operation This chapter gives a quick overview of the needed steps for the straightforward startup of the Evaluation Kit. Do the following for the setup:. Only PCAN-Dongle: Connect the PCAN-Dongle to the switched off PC. Start the PC.. On the PC under Windows, install the device driver for either the PCAN-Dongle or the PCAN-USB adapter from the supplied CD.. Only PCAN-USB: Connect the PCAN-USB adapter to the PC.. Connect the PCAN-Dongle or the PCAN-USB adapter and the Evaluation Board using the CAN cable.. Connect the AC adaptor to the Evaluation Board in order to supply it.. Under Windows, install the configuration program PCAN- MicroMod Configuration from the supplied CD (Tools section).. Start PCAN-MicroMod Configuration, create a configuration, and finally send this configuration to the MicroMod (see program help).. You can now work with signals at the I/O ports as defined in the configuration. Please consider the explanations in the following chapter. For monitoring and transmitting CAN messages on the PC side, you can use the simple CAN monitoring software PCAN-View.
7 Components of the Evaluation Board This chapter describes the function units and connectors of the Evaluation Board. For details you can also refer to the circuit diagram in Appendix A on page.. Power Supply The Evaluation Board is supplied by the included AC adaptor with V DC (connector J, upper left). When using an alternative voltage supply, the input voltage can be in the range of. to V. The voltage regulator on the board provides the necessary supply for the MicroMod (JP shortened on position -, delivery status). Figure : Polarity of the supply socket The LD indicates that the Evaluation Board is supplied. At higher input voltages and concurrent higher environment temperatures (e.g. V, above room temperature) an alternative voltage regulator 0 with heat sink can be inserted on position J. Optionally the use of an integrated switch regulator (e.g. PT0, PTHT0, PTST0, each by Texas Instruments) is possible. For example, this is reasonable in an environment with higher input voltage (e.g. V). In all cases each JP0 and JP must be shortened in position - (positions - stay open).
8 . CAN Connector The -pin D-Sub male connector J is used for CAN connection, positioned on the mid right of the Evaluation Board. The pin assignment of the CAN connector corresponds to the specification CiA 0. Figure : Position of the CAN connector Figure : Assignment of the D-Sub male connector for CAN
9 .. Connector Shield With solder jumpers on the positions JP and JP on the bottom side of the Evaluation Board the ground can be connected to the connector shield. Figure : Positions JP and JP on the bottom side of the Evaluation Board.. High-speed CAN Bus Termination If the Evaluation Board is connected to one end of the High-speed CAN bus and the CAN bus is not terminated at that end, a termination can be activated on the Evaluation Board. To do so, solder jumpers are set on positions JP and JP (delivery status: open = no termination).
10 Figure : Positions JP and JP on the bottom side of the Evaluation Board For better electromagnetic compatibility a split termination is implemented. Figure : Split termination for the High-speed CAN bus.. -Volt Supply for External Devices With solder jumpers on position JP a -Volt supply can be routed to pin, pin, or to both pins (delivery status: open = no supply). Thus devices with low power consumption (e.g. a bus converter) can be directly supplied via the CAN connector. 0
11 Figure : Position JP on the bottom side of the Evaluation Board -Volt supply None Pin Pin Pin + Pin Solder jumper(s) on JP none Low-speed CAN (ISO -) A Low-speed CAN transceiver TJA0 can be equipped on position U of the Evaluation Board. The following measures are additionally necessary for Low-speed CAN operation: On the MicroMod, the 0-Ohm resistor below and right to the label must be unsoldered in order to disconnect the Highspeed CAN transceiver from the CAN controller. Figure : Position of the 0-Ohm resistor on the MicroMod
12 The solder jumpers on the positions JP and JP must be shifted from HS (High-speed) to LS (Low-speed). Figure : Positions JP and JP on the bottom side of the Evaluation Board The lines CAN_L and CAN_H are terminated with. kω each. For a termination with lower resistance the resistors R and R can be equipped in addition. They are in parallel with the existing termination resistors. Figure 0: Positions R and R
13 The error condition of the Low-speed CAN transceiver is indicated by the LD. Figure : Position of the error status for Low-speed CAN, and position JP For again operating with High-speed CAN, the equipped Low-speed CAN transceiver can be deactivated by setting a solder jumper on position JP. Furthermore, the first two measures must be undone. On the MicroMod a solder jumper instead of the 0-Ohm resistor is sufficient.
14 . MicroMod Position When you mount the MicroMod, take notice of the white triangular marks on each the Evaluation Board and the MicroMod (upper left corner). These marks must align. Figure : MicroMod position Figure : Positioning marks on the MicroMod and the Evaluation Board Another help may be the orientation of the labeling. With mounted MicroMod the labels have the same orientation on both PCBs (not upside down).
15 . Digital Inputs The Evaluation Board has digital inputs with TTL levels. The corresponding connector is J (screw terminals on the lower left). Figure : Area of the digital inputs with the associated DIP switches and s Each input has a pull-up resistor (0 kω) and is Low-active, so the inputs are switched against. Each input status is indicated by an. For test purposes the input signal can be switched with the dip switch S. The corresponding switches are labeled Din0 to Din. The inputs have a low-pass filter with 00 kω/, nf. Signals leading directly to the MicroMod can be picked off at the measuring points on strip J0, positions to (position is the upper one).
16 . Frequency Inputs The Evaluation Board has frequency inputs. The corresponding connector is J (Fin0 to Fin, screw terminals on the mid left). Figure : Area of the frequency inputs with the associated DIP switches, s, and the solder positions for adjustments The MicroMod can meter frequencies from Hz to 0 khz. To activate a low-pass for the input path, a capacitor with. nf can be engaged behind the existing series resistance of 00 kω by using solderbridges for positions JP to JP. Frequency input Fin0 Fin Fin Fin Solder jumpers for low-pass on position JP JP JP JP
17 . Digital Outputs The Evaluation Board has digital outputs. The corresponding connector is J (screw terminals on the upper left). Figure : Area of the digital outputs with the associated s and the solder positions for adjustments The outputs are Low-side switches with a maximum load of 0 ma. The s LD to LD indicate each status of the outputs. If an is on, the output is active and is switched against ground. With solder jumpers on positions JP to JP a pull-up resistor (. kω) can be engaged for each output (delivery status: open = Low-side switch). With a solder jumpers on position JP0 the outputs 0 to and on position JP the outputs to can be inverted by hardware (delivery status: open = not inverted).
18 . Frequency/PWM Outputs The MicroMod can generate frequency signals and PWM signals. The corresponding connector is J (Fo0 to Fo, screw terminal on the mid left). Figure : Area of the frequency/pwm outputs with the associated s and the solder positions for adjustments The output signal is protected against short circuit with a series resistance of Ω. With a solder jumper on position JP the output signal can be inverted by hardware (delivery status: open = not inverted).
19 . Analog Inputs The Evaluation Board has analog inputs. The corresponding connector is J (screw terminals on the upper right). Figure : Area of the analog inputs with the associated potentiometers and the solder positions for adjustments The analog reference voltage is V. The input impedance is. kω (. kω analog input microcontroller,. kω series impedance in front of the microcontroller input). The Evaluation Board has potentiometers (P0 to P) which can be used for simulating input signals. With solder jumpers on positions JP to JP0 the potentiometers are connected to Ain0 to Ain (delivery status: closed = connected). For external sensors the screw terminals provide the supply positions A and A.
20 . Serial Bus (SCL, SDA, INT) The ports SCL, SDA, and INT on the strip J do not have a function with the standard firmware for the MicroMod. In connection with an alternative firmware, they can be used for a serial bus (e.g. I C or SPI). Figure : Position of strip J J Pin MicroMod Function SCL J: Serial Clock SDA J:0 Serial Data (I C) / Serial Data Out (SPI) INT J: Serial Data In (SPI) Ground Supply voltage V DC 0
21 .0 Prototyping Areas The Evaluation Board has prototyping areas with 0-mil and 00-mil grids. Small circuits can be added here to the inputs and outputs. At the sides of the prototyping areas are some additional soldering points of the -Volt supply. Figure 0: Positions of the prototyping areas
22 . RS- Connector The Evaluation Board has an RS- connector (-pin D-Sub female), positioned on the lower right of the Evaluation Board. This connector is used for uploading a firmware to the MicroMod. The upload procedure is described in the following chapter. Figure : Position of the RS- connector Figure : Assignment of the D-Sub socket for RS- For communication the use of the data lines (RxD, TxD) and ground is sufficient. The control lines for the RS- communication are internally connected at the connector as shown in the figure. The Evaluation Board does not provide functions for these lines.
23 .. Connector Shield With solder jumpers on the positions JP and JP on the bottom side of the Evaluation Board the ground can be connected to the connector shield. Figure : Positions JP and JP on the bottom side of the Evaluation Board
24 Uploading Firmware to the MicroMod For a firmware upload you need: a serial RS- port on a computer running Windows a serial : cable with male D-Sub connectors the Windows software FUJITSU FLASH MCU Programmer. You can download a setup program of the current version from the following web page: mcu.emea.fujitsu.com/mcu_tool/detail/flash_programmer_lx.htm the firmware file (*.mhx) Do the following to upload a new firmware:. Make sure that the Evaluation Board with the MicroMod is switched off.. Connect the Evaluation Board and the serial port of you computer with the serial cable.
25 Figure : The marked elements on the Evaluation Board are used in this and in the following steps.. Set the jumper S to position - so that the MicroMod will start in programming mode.. Apply power. The on the MicroMod stays off.. Ensure that the switches for the digital inputs Din0 and Din are set to Off (right switch position).. Reset the MicroMod with the push button S.
26 . Under Windows, start the FUJITSU FLASH MCU Programmer (FMCLX).. Select Set Environment in order to check that the indicated serial port is corresponding to the actually used one. Confirm with OK.. Do the following settings: Target Microcontroller: MB0F/G Crystal Frequency: MHz 0. Use the Open button behind the Hex File field to select the firmware file that shall be used for upload.. Start the transfer sequence by clicking on Full Operation (D+E+B+P+R). The process takes approximately one minute. At its end a message is shown that confirms the proper sequence.
27 . Disconnect the power from the Evaluation Board.. Setup the normal operation mode (Run mode) for the MicroMod (jumper S to -), before applying power again.
28 The upload procedure is finished and you can use the Evaluation Board with the MicroMod normally now. -Status After Updating the Standard Firmware If after an update the on the MicroMod is blinking fast ( Hz) in normal operation mode, the current configuration is not compatible to the new firmware version. In this case, transfer the configuration to the MicroMod again, with adaptation if needed. If the stays off after the update, the firmware does not work. Repeat the upload procedure in this case or use another version of the standard firmware.
29 Technical Specifications Power supply Supply voltage. V DC (with existing voltage regulator), for higher input voltages the use of an alternative voltage regulator or an integrated switch regulator is possible Digital inputs Count Level TTL, Low-active Low-pass 00 kω/. nf Additional circuits DIP switches Frequency inputs Count Level TTL Low-pass 00 kω/. nf, enabled with solder jumpers JP - JP (delivery status: disabled) Analog inputs Count Input voltage 0 - V Resolution 0 bits Sampling rate khz Input impedance. kω (. kω Evaluation Board +. kω MicroMod) Additional circuits Potentiometers connectible for inputs Ain0 to Ain Digital outputs Count Type Low-side switch, pull-up resistors. kω connectible Load max. 0 ma
30 Frequency/PWM outputs Count Maximum frequency 0 khz (details: see user manual for the PCAN-MicroMod) CAN Transmission standards Termination High-speed CAN ISO - (Transceiver on MicroMod) Transceiver for Low-speed CAN ISO - can be inserted on Evaluation Board 0 Ω for High-speed CAN, connectible with solder jumpers JP/ (delivery status: not connected), implemented as split termination ( x 0 Ω and 0 nf against ground). kω for Low-speed CAN, lower termination resistance can be inserted Connection D-Sub -pin m, assignment according to specification CiA 0 Measures Size of circuit board 00 x 0 mm (W x L) Weight g (without MicroMod) Environment Operating temperature Temperature for storage and transport Relative humidity C (+ - + F) C ( F) % - 0%, not condensing 0
31 Appendix A Circuit Diagram of the Evaluation Board See following pages: MicroMod Evaluation Board Main, Sheet of MicroMod Evaluation Board Power, Sheet of
32 Main A B C D D C B A Title Number Revision Size Date: -Jan- 00 Sheet of File:. db Drawn By: R IN R IN T IN T IN 0 V+ V- R OUT R OUT T OUT T OUT C+ C - C+ C - U MAXESE() TxD RxD ERR STB EN WAKE RTH RTL 0 CANH CANL BAT INH U TJA0 I I I O I I I O O O 0 O O U ACT I I I O I I I O O O 0 O O U ACT In In Out Out L B0-S-N0 +DCin +V Netzteil PowerV.sch C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF R K/% Male Female C uf/v C0 uf/v C uf/v C uf/v RN0 00Kx RN 00Kx RN 00Kx C,nF C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF C 00nF C0 00nF C,nF C,nF C,nF C,nF C,nF C0,nF C,nF C,nF C,nF C,nF C,nF RN Kx RN Kx RN Kx 0 0 S SW DIP- 0 J CON0 0 J CON0 0 J CON0 C,uF S SW-SPDT/A JP0 JP JP JP 0 J HEADER 0 J CON0 0 J HEADER 0 J HEADER 0 J HEADER 0 JP JP JP JP JP JP JP JP J HEADER C 00nF R 0R FI0 FI FI FI FI0 FI FI FI FI0 FI FI FI DI0 DI DI DI DI DI DI DI DI0 DI DI DI DI DI DI DI DI0 DI DI DI DI DI DI DI FC0 FC FC FC FC0 FC FC FC FC0 FC FC FC DC0 DC DC DC DC DC DC DC DC0 DC DC DC DC DC DC DC DS0 DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS0 DS DS DS DS DS DS DS DS0 DS DS DS DS DS DS DS FS0 FS FS FS FS0 FS FS FS FS0 FS FS FS DIN0 DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN0 DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN0 DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN0 DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN DIN FIN0 FIN FIN FIN FIN0 FIN FIN FIN FIN0 FIN FIN FIN FIN0 FIN FIN FIN DC0 DC DC DC DC DC DC DC FOC0 FOC FOC FOC FOC0 FOC FOC FOC FOC0 FOC FOC FOC DOC0 DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC0 DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC0 DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC0 DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DOC DO0 DO DO DO DO DO DO DO DO0 DO DO DO DO DO DO DO FO0 FO FO FO DO0 DO DO DO DO DO DO DO DO0 DO DO DO DO DO DO DO FO0 FO FO FO FO0 FO FO FO FO0 FO FO FO AI0 AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI0 AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI AI0 AI AI AI AI0 J CON 0 0 J SUB-DM 0 0 J SUB-DF JP J POWER JACK mm LD Red P K lin P0 K lin P K lin P K lin + C 0uF/,V C,uF C,uF JP JP JP JP C 00nF C,uF L 0uH/mA L 0uH/mA S SHORT A A A A A A A C0 00nF S SW-PB A A VREF VREF A A H L JP JP JP R R/% R 0K JP JP R 0R % JP C 0nF R 0R % R K/% R R/% JP JP JP LD LD0 LD LD LD LD LD LD LD LD LD LD0 LD LD LD LD LD LD LD LD LD LD LD LD 0 J0 HEADER FI0 FI FI DI DI DI0 DI DI DI DI DI FI C 00nF A A IN IN FAULT VS IN IN 0 ENA OUT OUT OUT OUT PRG 0 U TLEG IN IN FAULT VS IN IN 0 ENA OUT OUT OUT OUT PRG 0 U TLEG JP JP0 Ia Ib Ia O Ib Ia Ib 0 O O O Ia Ib U ACM C 00nF JP R0 R 0,W R R 0,W R R 0,W R R 0,W * * * * Invert Output Polarity R 0K R k R k R k R k R k R0 k R k R k R k R k R k R k R 0k R 0k R 0k R0 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R0 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R 0k R0 0k R k R k R k R k R k R k R k R k R k R0 k R k R k R k R k R k R k R k R k R k R0 k R 0R R 0R R k R k MicroMod Evaluation Board R 0R D BATS D BATS D BATS D BATS D BATS D BATS D BATS D BATS A A AI0 AI AI AI AI AI AI AI 0 J CONXBI A J CON R k AI A AI0 A AI A AI A AI A AI A AI A AI A CAN-H A CAN-L A TxD A RxD A SCL A SDA A0 VREF A INT A M0 A M A DO B DO B DO B DO B DO B DO B DO B DO0 B FO B FO B0 FO B FO0 B FI B FI B FI B FI0 B DI B DI B0 DI B DI B DI B DI B DI B DI0 B B B A A A A A0 CAN TxD A CAN RxD A RESET A (J) (J) A A MODUL PCAN_PICO
33 D D Optional J CON C C B +DCin +V B C 00nF C uf/v + C uf/v D MBR00T JP U LM_TO- Vin JP0 Vout LD Red + C uf/v C 00nF + C uf/0v C 00nF R 0R A Title Size MicroMod Evaluation Board Number Revision Power. Date: -Jan-00 Sheet of File: Drawn By: A
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