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MCP3903

ADC Evaluation Board


for 16-Bit MCUs
Users Guide

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Table of Contents
Preface ........................................................................................................................... 1
Introduction............................................................................................................ 1
Document Layout .................................................................................................. 1
Conventions Used in this Guide ............................................................................ 2
Recommended Reading........................................................................................ 3
The Microchip Web Site ........................................................................................ 3
Customer Support ................................................................................................. 3
Document Revision History ................................................................................... 3

Chapter 1. Hardware Description


1.1 Overview ........................................................................................................ 5
1.2 PIM Module / MCP3903 Connection and Peripheral Usage Overview .......... 7
1.3 Analog Input Structure .................................................................................... 9
1.4 USB to Serial Converter ................................................................................. 9

Chapter 2. Code Example


2.1 dsPIC33 Example Description ...................................................................... 11

Appendix A. Schematics and Layouts


A.1 Introduction .................................................................................................. 15
A.2 Schematic - Analog ...................................................................................... 16
A.3 Schematic - LCD and UART ....................................................................... 17
A.4 Schematic - USB and Memory ..................................................................... 18
A.5 Schematic - Microcontroller (MCU) .............................................................. 19
A.6 Schematic - PIM Module .............................................................................. 20
A.7 Schematic - Power ....................................................................................... 21
A.8 Board - Top Trace and Top Silk ................................................................... 22
A.9 Board - Bottom Trace and Bottom Silk ........................................................ 22
A.10 Board - Layer #2 VDD ................................................................................ 23
A.11 Board - Layer #3 GND ............................................................................... 23
A.12 Board - Top SILK and PADS ..................................................................... 24
A.13 Board - Bottom SILK and PADS ................................................................ 24

Appendix B. Bill of Materials (BOM)


Worldwide Sales and Service .................................................................................... 28

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Preface
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 web site
(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
DSXXXXXA, where XXXXX 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 on-line help.
Select the Help menu, and then Topics to open a list of available on-line help files.

INTRODUCTION
This chapter contains general information that will be useful to know before using the
MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs. Items discussed in this chapter
include:

Document Layout
Conventions Used in this Guide
Recommended Reading
The Microchip Web Site
Customer Support
Document Revision History

DOCUMENT LAYOUT
This document describes how to use the MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit
MCUs as a development tool to emulate and debug firmware on a target board. The
manual layout is as follows:
Chapter 1. Hardware Description Provides important information about the
hardware.
Chapter 2. Code example Describes the firmware.
Appendix A. Schematics and Layouts Shows the schematic and board
layouts.
Appendix B. Bill of Materials (BOM) Lists the parts used to build the
MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs.

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CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS GUIDE
This manual uses the following documentation conventions:
DOCUMENTATION CONVENTIONS
Description
Arial font:
Italic characters
Initial caps

Quotes
Underlined, italic text with
right angle bracket
Bold characters
NRnnnn

Text in angle brackets < >


Courier New font:
Plain Courier New

Represents
Referenced books
Emphasized text
A window
A dialog
A menu selection
A field name in a window or
dialog
A menu path

MPLAB IDE Users Guide


...is the only compiler...
the Output window
the Settings dialog
select Enable Programmer
Save project before build

A dialog button
A tab
A number in verilog format,
where N is the total number of
digits, R is the radix and n is a
digit.
A key on the keyboard

Click OK
Click the Power tab
4b0010, 2hF1

Italic Courier New

Sample source code


Filenames
File paths
Keywords
Command-line options
Bit values
Constants
A variable argument

Square brackets [ ]

Optional arguments

Curly brackets and pipe


character: { | }
Ellipses...

Choice of mutually exclusive


arguments; an OR selection
Replaces repeated text
Represents code supplied by
user

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Examples

File>Save

Press <Enter>, <F1>


#define START
autoexec.bat
c:\mcc18\h
_asm, _endasm, static
-Opa+, -Opa0, 1
0xFF, A
file.o, where file can be
any valid filename
mcc18 [options] file
[options]
errorlevel {0|1}
var_name [,
var_name...]
void main (void)
{ ...
}

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RECOMMENDED READING
This User's Guide describes how to use MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit
MCUs. Other useful documents are listed below. The following Microchip document is
available and recommended as a supplemental reference resource:
MCP3903 Data Sheet - Six Channel Delta Sigma A/D Converter
(DS25048B)

THE MICROCHIP WEB SITE


Microchip provides online support via our web site at www.microchip.com. This web
site is used as a means to make files and information easily available to customers.
Accessible by using your favorite Internet browser, the web site contains the following
information:
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programs, design resources, users 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

CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Users of Microchip products can receive assistance through several channels:

Distributor or Representative
Local Sales Office
Field Application Engineer (FAE)
Technical Support

Customers should contact their distributor, representative or field application engineer


(FAE) for support. Local sales offices are also available to help customers. A listing of
sales offices and locations is included in the back of this document.
Technical support is available through the web site at: http://support.microchip.com.

DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY


Revision A (July 2011)
Initial Release of this Document.

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Chapter 1. Hardware Description
1.1

OVERVIEW
The MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs system lets users evaluate the
performance of the MCP3903 six-channel ADC. It also provides a development
platform for 16-bit PIC MCU-based applications, using existing 100-pin PIM systems,
compatible with the Explorer-16 and other high pincount PIC demo boards. The system
comes with programmed PIC24FJ128GA010 PIM modules that communicate with the
LabView GUI for data exchange and ADC setup.

1.1.1

Feature Highlights

Six-channel ADC MCP3903 output display using serial communication to the


PC Software Interface and LCD
Simultaneous 4 ksps at 91 dB Signal-to-Noise and Distortion Ratio (SINAD)
performance. The ADC can run up to 64 ksps.
System and ADC performance analysis through graphical PC tools showing Time
domain scope plot, Frequency Domain (FFT), and statistical numerical analysis.
Robust hardware design with analog grounding and analog/digital separation,
allowing low noise evaluation of the MCP3903 devices. Separate power supplies
and power planes - 4 layer board.
Pigtail Plus connectors for Explorer-16 daughter board compatibility.

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FIGURE 1-1:

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Hardware Description
1.2

PIM MODULE / MCP3903 CONNECTION AND PERIPHERAL USAGE


OVERVIEW
The MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs contains a 100-pin PIM socket,
compatible with Microchips PIM modules. The system comes with a PIM module: the
PIC24FJ128GA010.
For a complete description of the firmware programmed with these two modules, see
Chapter 1. Hardware Description.
D6 D7

RA9/10

(Green)

CONTROL SWITCHES (X3)

RB8/9/10
RF2/U1RX

UART SERIAL TO PC COMMUNICATION

RF3/U1TX

OC1/RD0

DGND

DVdd

MCP3903

IC4/RD11
IC3/RD10

RA5

OSC2 OSC1

Clock Generation/
Phase Correction

AGND AVDD

INT
Vref

RESET

CH0+
CH0-

DR

CH1+

INT3/RA4
RA4
SCK1/RF6
SDI1/RF7
SDO1/RF8

CS
SCK

SPI Serial
Interface

Six Channels
Sigma-Delta
ADC

SDO
SDI

CH2+
CH2CH3+
CH3-

CH4+
CH4CH5+
CH5-

PIM Module

FIGURE 1-2:

CH1-

Digital Connection Overview PIM/MCP3903 Connections.


Ports A, B, and D are used for signals such as push buttons, output LEDs, CS and
MCLR (for MCP3903 data mode setting). Output Capture 1 is used for MCP3903s
clock generation. Serial communication is achieved through the MSSP module 1.
The MCP3903 device is an ADC with a second order modulator and a third order sync
filter. This Delta-Sigma A/D converter has an adjustable oversampling ratio. The CLKIN
pin of the MCP3903 is the ADCs clock (MCLK) input. The MCP3903 ADC Evaluation
Board for 16-Bit MCUs offers two different options for the MCP3903 master clock
(MCLK).

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1.2.1

Using the Crystal X2

The MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs is populated with a 3.58 MHz
crystal, being used as a clock source, by placing jumpers in the following position on
the MCP3903 Digital I/O header block:

CLKOUT
CLKIN
CLKIN

FIGURE 1-3:

1.2.2

XTAL
XTAL
PIM OC1

ADC Clock Selection Jumpers - External Crystal.

Driving the Clock with the PIM Module

The PIC MCU can be used to generate the CLKIN (MCLK) signal for the MCP3903,
setting the ADC sample rate through the use of the output compare module OC1. To
use this, make the following jumper change to the MCP3903 Digital I/O header block:

CLKOUT
CLKIN
CLKIN

FIGURE 1-4:

XTAL
XTAL
PIM OC1

ADC Clock Selection Jumpers - Clock from MCU.

The signal frequency from OC1 can be changed by the user from the PC software by
changing the value in the Sampling Speed Control box from the Edit menu. A low
number will generate a high frequency signal. The value of the sampling rate, which is
directly proportional to the clock frequency from OC1, is indicated in the sampling
speed indicator box in the PC software (see Figure 2-3) for the dsPIC33 example. In
the PIC24F example, the sampling speed is constant at 4.8 ksps, regardless of the
OSR value.

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Hardware Description
1.3

ANALOG INPUT STRUCTURE


Two differential input paths allow external signal sources to be easily connected to the
MCP3903 input. Edge connectors JP1 and JP2 are 3-pin connectors that act both as
crew-type and clip-on post connectors.
Note:

To use an edge connector as a post connector, pull up the blue plastic top
to access the posts.

JP1 and JP2 can be used to force either channel from a differential to a single-ended
configuration. R3 and R4 (on CH0), and R1 and R2 (on CH2) act as locations for
burden resistor connectors for any current transformer inputs.

1.4

USB TO SERIAL CONVERTER


The MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs also contains a USB connection
for connecting the evaluation board to a PC. On the board, there is an MCP2200 USB
to UART converter that creates a virtual COM port on the PC. The MCP3903 ADC
Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs also features a RS232 connector just in case it is
required. The RS232 Line driver is connected to the same UART pins of the MCU. For
this reason, a 3-pin jumper (J5) is present on the evaluation board to select which serial
communication will be used: USB or RS232. The following figure summarizes the
connections between the ADC, MCU, USB to serial converter and RS232 line driver.

USB
MCP2200

PIM
Module

MCP3903
ADC

USB con
TX

RF6/SCK1

SCK

RX

RF7/SDI1

SDO

RF8/SDO1

SDI

RS232 Driver
RS232

FIGURE 1-5:

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RF3/U1TX

RF2/U1RX

RX
TX

Serial Communication Block Diagram.

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Chapter 2. Code Example
2.1

DSPIC33 EXAMPLE DESCRIPTION


If the user needs to evaluate the ADC on a system that uses dsPIC33 microcontrollers,
then a PIM connector with a dsPIC33FJ256GA710A can be used on the evaluation
board.
Using this example, the user can modify all MCP3903 internal registers from the PC
software MCP390x Data VIEW. The UART communication speed is at 115.2 kbps.

2.1.1

SPI Communication

To transfer data from the ADC to the MCU, the SPI communication is controlled by
DMA1. DMA1 channel is set up to use nul data write to read the MCP3903 register
correctly. The DMA1 reads 7 bytes, but the first byte is not used. Before a new DMA
read takes place, the CS pin must be controlled in the software and the MCU must wait
for a new external interrupt 3 that indicates a new acquisition.
After the DMA1 transfer is finished, the DMA buffer content is moved into the Vch0 and
Vch1 buffers. The loop is repeated until Vch0 and Vch1 are filled.
Timer 8 and Timer 9 are configured to work as a 32-bit timer. This timer starts when the
acquisition is started and stopped when data buffers are full. The value indicated by this
timer will be used to evaluate the sampling speed of the ADC on the PC interface.
After the buffers are filled with the samples, the internal registers of MCP3903 are read
also using DMA1, now configured to read 16 bytes. The state of the MCP3903 internal
registers will be stored into the MCU, since later they will be sent to the PC GUI.
To set the MCP3903 configuration registers, MCU must write on the SPI bus. For this
purpose, the DMA0 channel is used and is set to do a thirteen bytes transfer from MCU
to MCP3903.

2.1.2

UART Communication

To send the acquired samples from the MCU to the PC, the UART peripheral is used.
On the board, the user can use the RS232 DB9 connector to connect to a serial port
on PC side, or it can use the USB port that creates a virtual serial port on the PC, thanks
to the MCP2200 USB to TTL converter that is connected to the MCU.
The RX pins of the MAX2323 and the MCP2200 are tightened together with the TX pin
of the UART2 from the MCU. The user needs to select from jumperJ5 if the MCU
receives data from MCP2200 or MAX2323. In firmware, the MCU is using DMA2 to do
the transfer from MCU to the PC. To receive data from the PC through UART, the RX
interrupt is used.

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S ta r t

Initialization
In itia
lis a tio n

G e t s a m p le s in to b u ffe r [5 1 2 ]

R e a d In te r n a l R e g is te rs

W a it fo r P C G U I
com m and

C om m and
re c e iv e d

NO

YES
C h e c k v a lid ity

C o m m a n d v a lid

NO

YES
W r ite in te r n a l re g is te rs

S e n d s a m p le s fr o m B u ffe r [5 1 2 ]

S e n d in te r n a l re g is te r s

Send FFT
( n o t c o m p u te d h e re )

U p d a te c h a n n e ls s e le c tio n

FIGURE 2-1:

2.1.3

dsPIC33 Example Flow Chart.

PC Software

The PC receives the data and displays it on the MCP390x Data View. The program can
display and process only two channels at the same time. To select the desired
channels, the SW4 (RD13) must be pressed.

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Code Example

FIGURE 2-2:

MCP3903 Data View Software - Main Screen.

Connectivity is done through the serial port. First, the user must identify the com port
number from My computer > Manage > Device Manager. After this, in VISA resource
names, users must find and select the correct com port number. Only after this, can
the START button be pressed to begin the data acquisition.

FIGURE 2-3:

MCP3903 Data View Software - Registers and Settings Screen.

From the Edit menu, the user can open the Registers and Settings window to control
the internal registers of the MCP3903, the sampling speed of the ADC or if any
averaging should be done on the acquired samples.
From the buffer length, the user can select the amount of data that will be processed.
The maximum length is 512. From the Sampling Speed Control, the user can change
the sampling speed of the ADC. By writing a lower value, the sampling speed is
increased, and for higher values it is decreased. The accurate value of the sampling
speed is indicated in the Sampling speed indicator.
If the user wants to investigate the effect of averaging on the performance indicator, the
desired value can be written in the Averages control. It must be noted that the
processed buffer will decrease by a factor equal to the value of the average.
The Write Register and Read Register tabs are used to set the internal registers of
the MCP3903. With the Write Register tab they are written and with the Read
Register tab, the user can check the settings of the registers.

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The Waveform Graphs will show the signal in Time domain, while the Signal Spectrum
graphs shows the signal in Frequency domain. From the Graphs menu, under the
Signal Spectrum option, the user can find the Switch Y-axis scale option. From here,
it is possible to change the Y axis of the Signal Spectrum in linear scale or in logarithmic
scale. The spectrum signal information is obtained by performing a Fast Fourier
transformation over the Time domain signal. This Fourier transformation can be done
after the signal has been windowed. For this, the user must select the type of window
from the Window control on the lower area of the main window.
The Histogram Graph can be used to investigate the distribution of the codes. This is
especially helpful to check if a DC signal distribution is Gaussian. From the Graphs
menu, under the Histogram option, the user can Change the number of bits, with the
default being 40.
The indicators from the lower area of the program indicate other performance
parameters of the ADC. The main one is SINAD and related to it is Effective Number
of Bits (ENOB), used to indicate the AC signal performance. The ENOB value is
computed according to the formula below:
EQUATION 2-1:

SINAD 1.76
ENOB = -----------------------------------6.02
For DC signals, the Noise RMS signal in V is displayed. For AC signals, the indicator
will show the RMS value of the signal.

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Appendix A. Schematics and Layouts
A.1

INTRODUCTION
This appendix contains the following schematics of the MCP3903 ADC Evaluation
Board for 16-Bit MCUs.

Schematic - Analog
Schematic - LCD and UART
Schematic - USB and Memory
Schematic - Microcontroller (MCU)
Schematic - PIM Module
Schematic - Power
Board - Top Trace and Top Silk
Board - Bottom Trace and Bottom Silk
Board - Layer #2 VDD
Board - Layer #3 GND
Board - Top Silk and Pads
Board - Bottom Silk and Pads

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P1A

CH1+

P5B

GND

P5C

CH5-

P5A

P4A

CH4-

CH5+

P4B

GND

P3A

CH3+

P4C

P3B

GND

CH4+

P3C

P2A

CH3-

CH2-

P2B

P1B

GND

GND

P1C

CH1-

P2C

P0A

CH0-

CH2+

P0B

GND

P0C

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

NET00088

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

DNP

R2

GNDA

GNDA

DNP

R1

DNP

R4

GNDA

GNDA

DNP

R3

DNP

R92

DNP

R89

DNP

R90

GNDA

DNP

R91

DNP

R104

DNP

R101

G
GNDA

DNP

R102

NET00093

G
GNDA

DNP

R103

NET00083

JP10

JP7

JP2

4
6

HDR3X2

JP1

HDR3X2

HDR3X2

JP8

HDR3X2

HDR3X2

JP9
HDR3X2

R97
1K

R88
1K

R95
1K

R85
1K

R86
1K

R98
1K

R11
1K

R5
1K

R12
1K

GNDA

GNDA

R7
1K

R83
1K

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

R100
1K

C56

C52

C10

68NF

68NF

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

C8

C51

68NF

68NF

GNDA

DNP

R6

DNP

R10

GNDA

GNDA

DNP

R84

DNP

R87

GNDA
GNDA

GNDA

DNP

R96

DNP

R99

GNDA

GNDA

C55

68NF

68NF

GNDA

GNDA

DNP

R8

DNP

R9

GNDA

GNDA

DNP

R52

DNP

R62

GNDA

GNDA

DNP

R93

DNP

R94

GNDA

GNDA

C9

68NF

68NF

C7

GNDA

GNDA

C53

68NF

68NF

C54

GNDA

GNDA

C57

68NF

68NF

C58

GNDA

C46

100NF

GNDA

C45

R60
10

14

13

12

11

10

100NF

GNDA

U9

MCP3903_SO28

REFIN+

CH5+

CH5-

CH4-

CH4+

CH3+

CH3-

CH2-

CH2+

CH1+

CH1-

CH0-

CH0+

AVDD

+5V

REFIN-

AGND

DGND

DRA

DRB

DRC

OSC1

OSC2

CS

SCK

SDO

SDI

RESET

DVDD

ADC/MPU/MEMORY

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

100

100

100

100

100

R68

GNDA

R56

R55

R69

R63

R54

100

C44

100NF

10

R59

+3.3V

GNDA

3903_DR

3903_CS

3903_SCK

3903_SDO

3903_SDI

3903_RESET

3903_DR

RF3/U1TX

RF2/U1RX

3903_DR

3903_CS

3903_SCK

3903_SDI

3903_SDO

3903_RESET

P8

P8

P6

P4

P2

P15 P16

P13 P14

P11 P12

P9 P10

P7

P5

P3

P1

16

14

12

10

JP6

JP5
HDR3X2

100

R57

GNDA

R43

10k

ADC CLOCK SELECT


1
2

HDR2X8-O/E

15

13

11

3903_CLKIN

+3.3V

C38
18PF

REV

GNDA

X2

1M

ADC_MPU_MEMORY.SCHDOC

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18PF

C37

GNDA

Title

3.579545MHZ

R40

Initial Release Build

Revision Notes

A.2

CH0+

MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs Users Guide


SCHEMATIC - ANALOG

2011 Microchip Technology Inc.

2011 Microchip Technology Inc.

+3.3V

+5V

C12

100NF

NET00052

+3.3V

GNDA

GNDA

1.3K

R16

10K

R15

VEE

R17
NONE

R18
NONE

GNDA

+3.3V

RB15/PMPA0

RD5/PMPRD

RD4/PMPWR

GNDA

VEE

RB15/PMPA0

RD5/PMPRD

RD4/PMPWR

15

12

13

14

GND

VCC

VC

RS

R/W

GND1

GND

VCC

VEE

RS

R/W

LCD1

LCD_TM162JCAWG1

LCD2

LCD_2X16_BOTH

14

13

12

11

10

11

10

Filename:

DB7

DB6

DB5

DB4

DB3

DB2

DB1

DB0

DB7

DB6

DB5

DB4

DB3

DB2

DB1

DB0

LCD_EXPLORER 16.SCHDOC

RE7/PMPD7

RE6/PMPD6

RE5/PMPD5

RE4/PMPD4

RE3/PMPD3

RE2/PMPD2

RE1/PMPD1

RE0/PMPD0

RE7/PMPD7

RE6/PMPD6

RE5/PMPD5

RE4/PMPD4

RE3/PMPD3

RE2/PMPD2

RE1/PMPD1

RE0/PMPD0

LCD/EXPLORER 16

C36
NET00067

C33

100NF

C34

GNDA

NET00068

NET00066

100NF

NET00071

RC13

RD14/U1CTS

NET00065

NET00073

NET00064

NET00063

C35

100NF

GNDA

10

RF3/U1TX

U6RX

R2OUT

R2IN

T2OUT

V-

C2-

C2+

C1-

V+

C1+

EN

R33
1K

R32
1K

INVALID

T2IN

T1IN

FORCEON

R1OUT

R1IN

T1OUT

GND

VCC

FORCEOFF

SN75C3223PW

U6

Rev

20

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

TX

Date:

Size

Title

RX

RC14

NET00075

GNDA

NET00074

+3.3V

C30

100NF

GNDA

Initial Design

DB9RF

J3

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RD15/U1RTS

TX

GNDA

RX

GNDA

+3.3V

D
Description

A.3

Schematics and Layouts

SCHEMATIC - LCD AND UART

DS51994A-page 17

100NF

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

GNDA

B3S-1002P

SW4

B3S-1002P

SW3

B3S-1002P

SW2

B3S-1002P

SW1

+3.3V

+3.3V

C11

100NF

4.7K

GNDA

R20

R24

R14

+3.3V

R13

GNDA

C13

100NF

4.7K

R19

GNDA

C21

100NF

4.7K

R23

GNDA

C29

100NF

R31

1K

1K

1K

1K

HDR6X1

P6

PIC24 ICD

RD13

RD6

RD7

PIC24_MCLR

GNDA

+3.3V

10K

R21

PIC24_MCLR

RG15

RB0/AN0

RB1/AN1

RB2/SS1/AN2

RB3/AN3

RB4/AN4

RB5/AN5

RE9/INT2

RE8/INT1

RA0/TMS

USB_SS

PIC24_MCLR

USB_SDI

USB_SDO

USB_SCK

RC4

RC3

RC2

RE7/PMPD7

RE6/PMPD6

RE5/PMPD5

+3.3V

GNDA

+3.3V

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

PGD1/AN0/RB0

PGC1/AN1/CN3/RB1

C2IN-/AN2/SS1/RB2

C2IN+/AN3/CN5/RB3

C1IN-/AN4/CN6/RB4

C1IN+/AN5/CN7/RB5

INT2/RE9

INT1/RE8

RA0/TMS

VDD

VSS

PMPA2/SS2/CN11/RG9

MCLR

PMPA3/SDO2/CN10/RG8

PMPA4/SDI2/CN9/RG7

PMPA5/SCK2/CN8/RG6

T5CK/RC4

T4CK/RC3

T3CK/RC2

T2CK/RC1

PMPD7/RE7

PMPD6/RE6

PMPD5/RE5

VDD

RG15

U7

RG14

RG12

GNDA

R25

ENVREG

GNDA

NONE

RA7

R30
4.7K

VDDCORE

RG1

RG0

RA6

dsPIC33FJ256GP710-I/PF

GNDA

VDDCORE

R26

RD13

RD6

RD7

+3.3V

0.0

RD4/PMPWR
81

R22

RD5/PMPRD
82

+3.3V

GNDA

0.0

C24

100NF

OC1/RD0

RC13

RC14

VSS

NONE

VSS

INT3/RA14

INT4/RA15

IC1/RTCC/RD8

IC2/RD9

IC3/RD10

IC4/RD11

R29

U1TX/RF3

U1RX/RF2

SDO1/RF8

SDI1/RF7

SCK1/INT0/RF6

SDA1/RG3

SCL1/RG2

RA2

RA3

TDI/RA4

TDO/RA5

VDD

OSC1/CLKI/RC12

OSC2/CLK0/RC15

C23

47UF

GNDA GNDA

RD1

RD3/PMPBE

dsPIC33

RE4/PMPD4
100
PMPD4/RE4
PGC2/RB6
26
RB6/AN6/PGC

RE3/PMPD3
99
PMPD3/RE3

RD12
79

RE2/PMPD2

PGD/OCFA/RB7
27
RB7/AN7/PGD

RG13
97
RG13

98
PMPD2/RE2

96
RG12

PMPA6/RA10
30
+3.3V

PMPA7/RA9
28
RA9/PMPA7

AVDD

29
RA10/PMPA6

95
RG14
AVSS
31

RE1/PMPD1
94
PMPD1/RE1
C1OUT/AN8/RB8

RE0/PMPD0
RB9/AN9

CVREF/AN10/RB10
34
RB10/PMPA13

VSS
36

TDO/AN11/RB11
35
RB11/PMPA12

32
RB8/AN8

RF1
38

VDD
37
+3.3V

93
PMPD0/RE0

RF0
39

TCK/RA1
RA1/TCK

C2OUT/AN9/RB9
33

92
RA7

91
RA6

90
RG0

89
RG1

88
RF1

ENVREG
86
VREG

84
SCL2/CN16/RD7

85
VCAP/VDDCORE

87
RF0
U2RTS/RF13
RF13/U2RTS

U2CTS/RF12
40
RF12/U2CTS

AN13/RB13
42
RB13/PMPA10

AN12/RB12
41
RB12/PMPA11

83
SDA2/CN15/RD6

80
CN19/RD13

PMPWR/OC5/RD4

PMPRD/CN14/RD5
PMPA0/AN15/CN12/RB15

45

VSS

46
+3.3V

PMPA1/AN14/RB14
43
RB14/PMPA1

RD2
77
RD2

76
RD1

78
SS1/RD3

IC5/RD12
CN20/RD14
47
RD14/U1CTS

U2RX/RF4

50
RF5/PMPA8/U2TX

CN21/RD15
48
RD15/U1RTS

U2TX/RF5
49
RF4/PMPA9/U2RX

VDD
44
RB15/PMPA0

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

GNDA

GNDA

+3.3V

+3.3V

RF3/U1TX

RF2/U1RX

RA2/SCL2

RA3/SDA2

RA15/INT4

RD8

RD9

RC13

RC14

3903_SDI

3903_SDO

3903_SCK

3903_CS

C28

GNDA

C26

100NF

RA9/PMPA7

GNDA

C25

100NF

GNDA

C27

100NF

GNDA

100

R39

3903_RESET

3903_DR

3903_CLKIN

100NF

GNDA

+3.3V
+3.3V

+3.3V
+3.3V

C31

18PF

GNDA

C22

100NF

GNDA

C20

100NF

+3.3V

R27

X3

Revision Notes

GNDA

C19

100NF

GNDA

C16

100NF

+3.3V

R28

2.2K

+3.3V

R35

NONE

1M

D7

RD8

GNDA

C18

100NF

GNDA

C15

100NF

1K
R37

R36

GNDA

1K

+3.3V

dsPIC33.SCHDOC

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GNDA

C17

100NF

GNDA

C14

100NF

RG3/SDA1

RG2/SCL1

OSC1

RH6

RED

GM1JR35200AE

OSC2

C32

18PF

GNDA

GNDA

100

R38

Initial Schematic Design

7.3728MHZ

R34

2.2K

GNDA

RH7

GREEN

SML-512MW

D6

RA10/PMPA6

REV

+3.3V
+3.3V

+3.3V
+3.3V

+3.3V
+3.3V

DS51994A-page 18
+3.3V

Date

3/31/10

A.4

+3.3V

MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs Users Guide


SCHEMATIC - USB AND MEMORY

2011 Microchip Technology Inc.

+3.3V

GNDA

X1

470

R44

C39
0.1uF

RESONATOR-CSTCE
12MHz

GREEN

2011 Microchip Technology Inc.


470

R41

GNDA

RED

R47

D1

USB_+5V

U5
VSS
D+
DVUSB
GP0/SSPND
GP1/USBCFG
GP2
CTS
RX
RTS

MCP2200_SSOP20

VDD
OSC1
OSC2
RST
GP7/TxLED
GP6/RxLED
GP5
GP4
GP3
TX

GNDA

0.1uF

C41

MCP2200

J5

U5-RX

RF2/U1RX
U6RX

RF3/U1TX

HDR1X3

GNDA

D+

D-

USB_+5V

USB

J2E

J2D

J2C

J2B

J2A

DATAVIEW PORT

Filename:

MCP2200 _ USB.SCHDOC

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Date
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Initial Schematic Design

Revision Notes

REV

A.5

Schematics and Layouts

SCHEMATIC - MICROCONTROLLER (MCU)

DS51994A-page 19

470

USB_SCK

USB_SS

USB_SDI

USB_SDO

RG15

RB0/AN0

RB1/AN1

RB2/SS1/AN2

RB3/AN3

RB4/AN4

RB5/AN5

RE9/INT2

RE8/INT1

RA0/TMS

PIC24_MCLR

RC4

RC3

RC2

RE7/PMPD7

RE6/PMPD6

RE5/PMPD5

+3.3V

GNDA

+3.3V

25

24

23

22

21

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

10

PGD1/AN0/RB0

PGC1/AN1/CN3/RB1

C2IN-/AN2/SS1/RB2

C2IN+/AN3/CN5/RB3

C1IN-/AN4/CN6/RB4

C1IN+/AN5/CN7/RB5

INT2/RE9

INT1/RE8

RA0/TMS

VDD

VSS

PMPA2/SS2/CN11/RG9

MCLR

PMPA3/SDO2/CN10/RG8

PMPA4/SDI2/CN9/RG7

PMPA5/SCK2/CN8/RG6

T5CK/RC4

T4CK/RC3

T3CK/RC2

T2CK/RC1

PMPD7/RE7

PMPD6/RE6

PMPD5/RE5

VDD

RG15

100
26

PIM 100-PIN

MOD1

RE4/PMPD4
PMPD4/RE4

RE3/PMPD3
99
PMPD3/RE3
PGD/OCFA/RB7
27
RB7/AN7/PGD

PGC2/RB6
RB6/AN6/PGC

RE2/PMPD2
98
PMPD2/RE2
PMPA7/RA9

RG13
97
RG13
PMPA6/RA10

RG12
96
RG12

RG14

GNDA

AVDD
30
+3.3V

28
RA9/PMPA7

29
RA10/PMPA6

95
RG14
AVSS
31

RE1/PMPD1
94
PMPD1/RE1
C1OUT/AN8/RB8
32
RB8/AN8

RE0/PMPD0
93
PMPD0/RE0
C2OUT/AN9/RB9
33
RB9/AN9

RA7
92
RA7
CVREF/AN10/RB10
34
RB10/PMPA13

RA6
91
RA6

RG0

GNDA

TDO/AN11/RB11
35
RB11/PMPA12

RF1
88
RF1

RG1
89

RG0

90
RG1

VSS
36

RF0
87
39

VDD
37
+3.3V

TCK/RA1
38
RA1/TCK

RF0

ENVREG
86
VREG

VDDCORE
85
VCAP/VDDCORE

RD7
84
42

U2RTS/RF13
RF13/U2RTS

U2CTS/RF12
40
RF12/U2CTS

AN12/RB12
41
RB12/PMPA11

SCL2/CN16/RD7

RD6
83
SDA2/CN15/RD6
PMPA1/AN14/RB14
43
RB14/PMPA1

AN13/RB13
RB13/PMPA10

RD5/PMPRD
82
PMPRD/CN14/RD5

RD4/PMPWR
81

RD13

PMPWR/OC5/RD4
VSS

GNDA

45

PMPA0/AN15/CN12/RB15
RB15/PMPA0

44

80
CN19/RD13
VDD
46
+3.3V

RD2
77
RD2

RD1
76
RD1

RD3/PMPBE
78
SS1/RD3

RD12
79
IC5/RD12
CN20/RD14
47
RD14/U1CTS

CN21/RD15
48
RD15/U1RTS

U2TX/RF5
50
RF5/PMPA8/U2TX

U2RX/RF4
49
RF4/PMPA9/U2RX

DS51994A-page 20
C

U1TX/RF3

U1RX/RF2

SDO1/RF8

SDI1/RF7

SCK1/INT0/RF6

SDA1/RG3

SCL1/RG2

RA2

RA3

TDI/RA4

TDO/RA5

VDD

OSC1/CLKI/RC12

OSC2/CLK0/RC15

VSS

INT3/RA14

INT4/RA15

IC1/RTCC/RD8

IC2/RD9

IC3/RD10

IC4/RD11

OC1/RD0

RC13

RC14

VSS

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

71

72

73

74

75

+3.3V

GNDA

GNDA

RF3/U1TX

RF2/U1RX

RG3/SDA1

RG2/SCL1

RA2/SCL2

RA3/SDA2

OSC1

OSC2

RA15/INT4

RD8

RD9

RC13

RC14

PIM MODLUE

3903_SDI

3903_SDO

3903_SCK

3903_CS

3903_RESET

3903_DR

3903_CLKIN

GNDA

RE6/PMPD6

RE4/PMPD4

RE2/PMPD2

RE0/PMPD0

+3.3V

RD12

RD8

RD6

RD4/PMPWR

RD2

3903_CLKIN

RC13

RC3

RB14/PMPA1

RB12/PMPA11

RB10/PMPA13

RB5/AN5

RB6/AN6/PGC

RA6

3903_CS

RA0/TMS

RG12

RG15

+9V

+5V

+3.3V

RF12/U2CTS

RA15/INT4

GNDA

RA9/PMPA7

RB8/AN8

GNDA

RG8/PMPA3/SDO2

RG7/PMPA4/SDI2

RG6/PMPA5/SCK2

RG9/PMPA2/SS2

RG1

RG0

+9V

+5V

+3.3V

RD14/U1CTS

RE9/INT2

GNDA

RB3/AN3

RB0/AN0

GNDA

3903_SDI

3903_SDO

3903_SCK

RB2/SS1/AN2

J4

118
120

117
119

112

116

110

115

108

114

106

113

111

104

103

109

102

101

105

100

99

107

98

94
96

92

97

93
95

91

88

87

90

86

85

89

84

76
78

75
77

82

74

73

83

72

81

70

71

80

68

69

79

66

67

62

65

60

61

58

56

54

59

57

55

53

52

50

51

48

49

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

30

28

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

47

45

43

41

39

37

35

33

29

27

25

23

21

19

17

15

13

11

MEC1-160-02-L-D

GNDA

RE7/PMPD7

RE5/PMPD5

RE3/PMPD3

RE1/PMPD1

+3.3V

RD13

RD9

RD7

RD5/PMPRD

RD3/PMPBE

RD1

RC14

RC4

RC2

RB15/PMPA0

RB13/PMPA10

RB11/PMPA12

PIC24_MCLR

RB7/AN7/PGD

RA7

3903_RESET

RA1/TCK

RG14

RG13

RG1

RG0

+9V

+5V

+3.3V

RF13/U2RTS

3903_DR

GNDA

RA10/PMPA6

RB9/AN9

GNDA

RA3/SDA2

RA2/SCL2

RF5/PMPA8/U2TX

RF4/PMPA9/U2RX

RF1

RF0

+9V

+5V

+3.3V

RD15/U1RTS

RE8/INT1

GNDA

RB4/AN4

RB1/AN1

GNDA

RG3/SDA1

RG2/SCL1

RF3/U1TX

RF2/U1RX

GNDA

RE6/PMPD6

RE4/PMPD4

RE2/PMPD2

RE0/PMPD0

+3.3V

RD12

RD8

RD6

RD4/PMPWR

RD2

3903_CLKIN

RC13

RC3

RB14/PMPA1

RB12/PMPA11

RB10/PMPA13

RB5/AN5

RB6/AN6/PGC

RA6

3903_CS

RA0/TMS

RG12

RG15

+9V

+5V

+3.3V

RF12/U2CTS

RA15/INT4

GNDA

RA9/PMPA7

RB8/AN8

GNDA

RG8/PMPA3/SDO2

RG7/PMPA4/SDI2

RG6/PMPA5/SCK2

RG9/PMPA2/SS2

RG1

RG0

+9V

+5V

+3.3V

RD14/U1CTS

RE9/INT2

GNDA

RB3/AN3

RB0/AN0

GNDA

3903_SDI

3903_SDO

3903_SCK

RB2/SS1/AN2

119

117

115

113

111

109

107

105

103

101

99

97

95

93

91

89

87

85

83

81

79

77

75

73

71

69

67

65

61

59

57

55

53

51

49

47

45

43

41

39

37

35

33

29

27

25

23

21

19

17

15

13

11

REV

P9

120

118

116

114

112

110

108

106

104

102

100

98

96

94

92

90

88

86

84

82

80

78

76

74

72

70

68

66

62

60

58

56

54

52

50

48

46

44

42

40

38

36

34

30

28

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

PIM MODULE.SCHDOC

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GNDA

RE7/PMPD7

RE5/PMPD5

RE3/PMPD3

RE1/PMPD1

+3.3V

RD13

RD9

RD7

RD5/PMPRD

RD3/PMPBE

RD1

RC14

RC4

RC2

RB15/PMPA0

RB13/PMPA10

RB11/PMPA12

PIC24_MCLR

RB7/AN7/PGD

RA7

3903_RESET

RA1/TCK

RG14

RG13

RG1

RG0

+9V

+5V

+3.3V

RF13/U2RTS

3903_DR

GNDA

RA10/PMPA6

RB9/AN9

GNDA

RA3/SDA2

RA2/SCL2

RF5/PMPA8/U2TX

RF4/PMPA9/U2RX

RF1

RF0

+9V

+5V

+3.3V

RD15/U1RTS

RE8/INT1

GNDA

RB4/AN4

RB1/AN1

GNDA

RG3/SDA1

RG2/SCL1

RF3/U1TX

RF2/U1RX

Initial Schematic Design

Revision Notes

Date

3/31/10

A.6

MEC1-160-02-L-D MATE

MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs Users Guide


SCHEMATIC - PIM MODULE

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J1

RAPC722

+9V IN

POWER

D3

GNDAMBR0520LT1

GNDA

C4

10UF

+9V

3
IN

U1

EXT +5V

POWER

GNDA

OUT

LM1117-5.0

GND
1

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GNDA

P11A

P11B

C3

100NF

GNDA

POWER.SCHDOC

EXT_+5V

Filename:

USB_+5V

POWER

JP3

2
HDR3X2

EXT +5V

+9V IN

USB

4.7UF

C6

GNDA

3
IN

C2

4.7UF

GNDA

U3

LM1117-3.3

OUT

GNDA

L1
10UH

GNDA

C1

10UF

+5V

+3.3V

100NF

C5

GNDA

POWER

BLUE

GM1B55250AC

D5

Rev

+3.3V

Date:

Size

Title

GNDA

100

R58

3/18/10

Sheet

6 of

Date

B.Popescu

Rev

3/31/10

A.Hapenciuc
Drawn by:

Eng:

MCP3903 Eval Board for 16-bit MCU

GNDA GNDA

PJ-202-30

TP1

GND

Initial Design

Description

A.7

GND

Schematics and Layouts

SCHEMATIC - POWER

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A.8

BOARD - TOP TRACE AND TOP SILK

A.9

BOARD - BOTTOM TRACE AND BOTTOM SILK

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Schematics and Layouts


A.10 BOARD - LAYER #2 VDD

A.11 BOARD - LAYER #3 GND

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MCP3903 ADC Evaluation Board for 16-Bit MCUs Users Guide


A.12 BOARD - TOP SILK AND PADS

A.13 BOARD - BOTTOM SILK AND PADS

DS51994A-page 24

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MCP3903 ADC EVALUATION BOARD


FOR 16-BIT MCUs USERS GUIDE
Appendix B. Bill of Materials (BOM)
TABLE B-1:
Qty

BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM)

Reference

Description

Manufacturer

Part Number

C1,C4

CAP CER 10UF 16V Y5V 0805

TDK Corp.

C2012Y5V1C106Z

25

C11<>C22
C24<>C30
C33,C34,C35
C36,C39,C41

CAP CER .10UF 25V X7R 10% 0603

TDK Corp.

C1608X7R1E104K

C2,C6

CAP CER 4.7UF 25V Y5V 0805

TDK Corp.

C2012Y5V1E475Z
T491A476M006AT

C23

CAPACITOR TANT 47UF 6.3V 20% SMD

Kemet

C3,C5,C44
C45,C46

CAP CER .10UF 25V X7R 10% 0805

TDK Corp.

C2012X7R1E104K

C31,C32
C37,C38

CAP CER 18PF 50V C0G 5% 0603

TDK Corp.

C1608C0G1H180J

12

C7,C8,C9, C10
C51<>C58

CAP CER 68000PF 25V C0G 5% 1206

TDK Corp.

C3216C0G1E683J

D1

LED 2X1.2MM RD/GN WTR CLR SMD

Kingbright Corp.

APHBM2012SURKCGKC

D3

DIODE SCHOTTKY 20V 0.5A SOD123

ON Semi.

MBR0520LT1G

D5

LED BLUE 470NM CLEAR LENS (0603


Blue)

Para Light Corp.

L-C191LBCT-U1

D6

LED 570NM GRN WHT/DIFF 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

SML-512MWT86

D7

LED RED 470NM CLEAR LENS (0603


Red)

Para Light Corp.

L-C192KRCT-U1

Ea. Conner of
PCB

STANDOFF HEX .500/4-40THR NYLON

Keystone

1902C

Ea. Conner of
PCB

SCREW MACH PHIL 4-40X3/8 NYLON

Building Fasteners NY PMS 440 0038 PH

J1

CONN POWERJACK MINI .08" R/A T/H

Switchcraft

RAPC722X

J2

Mini USB Type B Surface Mount

Samtec

MUSB-05-S-B-SM-A

J3

CONN D-SUB RCPT R/A 9POS 15GOLD

Tyco Electronics

1734354-2

J4

"DO NOT INSTALL"


120-pin MINI EDGE CARD SOCKET

Samtec

MEC1-160-02-L-D-A

J5

3 x 1 Header 2.54mm

JP1,JP2,JP3
JP5,JP7,JP8
JP9,JP10

3 X 2 Header 2.54mm on center 6


mm/2.5mm

JP6

2 x 1 Header 2.54mm

Jumper Shunts

CONN JUMPER SHORTING TIN

Note 1:

Samtec

TSW-103-07-G-D

Sullins Connector
Solutions

STC02SYAN

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)


TABLE B-1:
Qty

BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) (CONTINUED)

Reference

Description

Manufacturer

L1

Shielded 10uH Power Inductor 0805

LCD1

"DO NOT INSTALL"

LCD2

16X2 FTN Reflective No. BLWT COG 3V

Tianma

TM162JCAWG1

MOD1

25 X 1 Header 1.27mm on center

Samtec

MTMS-125-01-G-S-230

P0,P1,P2,P3
P4,P5

CONN TERM BLK PLUG 6A 3.5MM 3POS Keystone

8723

P0,P1,P2,P3
P4,P5,P11

TERM BLK PIN HEADER 24Pin Pos One


24 Pin Header for 1 Board (20 pins
needed)

Keystone

8724

P11

CONN TERM BLK PLUG 6A 3.5MM 2POS Keystone

8722

P6

6 x 1 Header 2.54mm

P8

8 X 2 CONN HEADER 8POS .100" DUAL


TIN

P9

"DO NOT INSTALL

PCB

RoHS Compliant Bare PCB, MCP3901


Eval. Board for 16-bit MCU

24

R1,R2,R3,R4
R6,R8,R9
R10,R16,
R52,R62
R84,R87
R89<>R94
R96,R99
R101<>R104

(0805) "DO NOT INSTALL"

R13,R19
R23,R30

RES 4.70K OHM 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR03EZPFX4701

R14,R20, R24,
R31 R32,R33
R36, R37

RES 1.00K OHM 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR03EZPFX1001

R21,R57

RES 10.0K OHM 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR03EZPFX1002

R17,R18,R25
R29,R35

(0603) "DO NOT INSTALL"

R15,R22,R26

RES 0.0 OHM 1/10W 5% 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR03EZPJ000

R27,R28

RES 2.20K OHM 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR03EZPFX2201

R34,R40

RES 1.00M OHM 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR03EZPFX1004

10

R38,R39,R43,R
54,R55,R56,R5
8 R63,R68,R69

RES 100 OHM 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR03EZPFX1000

R41,R44,R47

RES 470 OHM 1/10W 5% 0603 SMD

Panasonic

ERJ-3GEYJ471V

R44,R70,R71,
R72,R74,R75
R76

RES 100K OHM 1/10W 1% 0603 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR03EZPFX1003

Note 1:

Coilcraft

Part Number
0805PS-103KLC

Samtec

TSW-104-17-T-D

104-00221
-

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)


TABLE B-1:
Qty

BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) (CONTINUED)

Reference

Description

Manufacturer

Part Number

12

R5,R7,R11
R12,R83,R85
R86,R88,R95
R97,R98 R100

RES 1.0K OHM .1% 1/4W 0805 SMD

Susumu Co., LTD. RGH2012-2E-P-102-B

R59,R60

RES 10.0 OHM 1/8W 1% 0805 SMD

Rohm Semi.

MCR10EZHF10R0

SW1,SW2
SW3,SW4

SWITCH TACT 6MM 230GF H=4.3MM

Omron Electronic
Components ECB Division

B3S-1002P

TP1

Wire Test Point 0.3" Length

Components Corp. PJ-202-30

U1

IC REG LDO 800MA 5.0V SOT-223

National Semi.

LM1117MP-5.0/NOPB

U3

IC REG LDO 800MA 3.3V SOT-223

National Semi.

LM1117MP-3.3/NOPB

U6

IC DRVR/RCVR MLTCH RS232 20TSSOP Texas Instruments SN75C3223PWR

U7

"DO NOT INSTALL"

U9

IC ENERGY METER 28SSOP

Microchip

MCP3903

X2

CRYSTAL 3.579545MHZ 18PFFUND


SMD

Abracon Corp.

ABLS-3.579545MHZ-B2-T

Note 1:

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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