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1 PGA309 EVM Multi-Cal-Tools-V1.6a Users Guide Iven Xu April. 25 th, 2013 Thanks to Ian Williams 1

2 Agenda USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview Hardware configuration Software configuration 2

3 3 a) USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview

4 USB_DAQ Board Default Configuration: 4

5 a) USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview Multi-Cal-Tools Board: 5

6 a) USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview Multi-Cal-Slave Board(optional board): 6

7 a) USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview Multi-Cal-Interface PCA board: 7

8 a) USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview Multi-Cal-Interface Cable: 8

9 a) USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview Multi-Cal-Power Cable: 9

10 a) USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview Final setup overview: 10 This is our test board, you can connect your PGA309 board to J* or T* of interface board.

11 a) USB_DAQ and Multi-Cal-Tools overview Multimeter: –Agilent 34401A (GPIB, Real RS232) –TH1961 (USB-to-RS232) Our software ***.v1.6a can support those three different interface –Download link: – ftp://ftp.ti.com/pub/linear_apps/Multi-Cal-PGA309/ftp://ftp.ti.com/pub/linear_apps/Multi-Cal-PGA309/ 11

12 12 b) Hardware configuration

13 b) Hardware configuration: Step 1: 13

14 b) Hardware configuration: Step 2: 14

15 b) Hardware configuration: Step 3: 15 This is our test board, you can connect your PGA309 board to J* or T* of interface board.

16 b) Hardware configuration: Step 4: (4-wire voltage output) Notes: (Same GND for the below two power supply) Power supply #1: +Vdut =5V -Vdut=GND Power supply #2: +-15V GND 16

17 b) Hardware configuration: Step 4: (4-wire voltage output) Notes: (Same GND for the below two power supply) Power supply #1: +Vdut =5V -Vdut=GND Power supply #2: +-15V GND 17

18 b) Hardware configuration: Step 5: (4-wire current output) Notes: (Float GND for power supply #1) Power supply #1: +Vdut =24V -VdutGND Power supply #2: +-15V GND 18

19 b) Hardware configuration: Step 5: (4-wire current output) Notes: (Float GND for power supply #1) Power supply #1: +Vdut =24V -VdutGND Power supply #2: +-15V GND 19 You can use your own Multi-meter with current measurement!

20 Extending the system with Slave Board: 20

21 21 c) Software configuration

22 c) Software configuration: 22 Windows 7 Attention

23 c) Software configuration: Press Select Model File to select correct model file. Also, you can use Create Model File to create a new model file. 23

24 c) Software configuration: Default Model Files for you: 24

25 c) Software configuration: Press Start Cal and then press the four Yes and Continue with Calibration 25

26 c) Software configuration: Press Continue to do the Fast Scan. For the below picture, channel 0 and 1 is ok because I only connected two sensor modules to channel 0 and 1. 26

27 c) Software configuration: Press Continue to do the calibration Below result was tested with TH1961 (with USB-232 rather than GPIB). 27

28 c) Software configuration: The other thing you need to pay more attention is Address of TH1961, The current address of TH1961 we used is COM 6. You need to change it in DMM script file. Detailed step is in the below slides: 28

29 c) Software configuration: How to create a new model file to match the address of TH

30 c) Software configuration: Take voltage output as an example: Select 4wire_4p096_diode_USB.txt 30

31 c) Software configuration: Take voltage output as an example: Press Edit DMM Script and select Voltage_TH1961_USB.txt 31

32 c) Software configuration: Take voltage output as an example: Change the COM port in the open script file. Make sure it is the same as your Multimeter(TH1961) address. 32

33 c) Software configuration: Take voltage output as an example: After you change the script file, please save the file and re-select the script file again. Then press save to save the Model File. 33

34 c) Software configuration: Take voltage output as an example: Save the Model File: 34

35 Select the new Model File, then you can press Start Cal to do the calibration. 35 c) Software configuration:

36 4-wire voltage output result: After the calibration: 36

37 For current output: Model File: –Iout_4p096_diode_USB.txt DMM script file: –Current_TH1961_USB.txt Also need to pay more attention on the address of DDM! 37

38 Thanks! 38

39 Back Up! If you are using Agilent 34401, pls see the below two slides of configuration files. 39

40 If you use Agilent 34401A with GPIB: Voltage output: –Model File: 4wire_4p096_diode.txt –DMM script file: Volt_34401_GPIB.txt Current output: –Model File: Iout_4p096_diode.txt –DMM script file: Current_34401_GPIB.txt Also need to pay more attention on the address of DDM! 40

41 If you use Agilent 34401A with RS232: Voltage output: –Model File: 4wire_4p096_diode.txt –DMM script file: Voltage_34401_rs232.txt Current output: –Model File: Iout_4p096_diode.txt –DMM script file: Current_34401_rs232.txt Also need to pay more attention on the address of DDM! 41


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