MAX9670 MAX9670CTL MAX9670EVKIT C0805C106K4PACTU GRM1885C1H220J EMK107BJ333KA - Datasheet Archive
MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Features The MAX9670 evaluation kit (EV kit) is an assembled and tested PCB used to evaluate the MAX9670
19-4703; Rev 0; 7/09 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Features The MAX9670 MAX9670 evaluation kit (EV kit) is an assembled and tested PCB used to evaluate the MAX9670 MAX9670 dual SCART audio/video switch matrix. It routes audio, video, and control signals between a set-top box decoder chip and the VCR/TV SCART connectors. The on-board microcontroller, which is connected to the PC through the universal serial bus (USB) port, acts as the I2C master. The EV kit also includes Windows® 2000-, Windows XP®-, and Windows Vista®-compatible software that provides a simple user interface for exercising the MAX9670 MAX9670 features. The program is menu driven and offers a graphical user interface (GUI) complete with control buttons and status displays. The EV kit comes with the MAX9670CTL MAX9670CTL+ installed. Windows 2000-, Windows XP-, and Windows Vista(32-Bit)-Compatible Software VCR/TV SCART Connectors On-Board Microcontroller to Generate I2C Commands Easy-to-Use, Menu-Driven Software USB-PC Connection (Cable Included) Ordering Information PART TYPE MAX9670EVKIT MAX9670EVKIT+ EV Kit +Denotes lead(Pb)-free and RoHS compliant. Component List DESIGNATION QTY DESCRIPTION C1, C12, C14, C55, C56 5 10µF ±10%, 16V X5R ceramic capacitors (0805) KEMET C0805C106K4PACTU C0805C106K4PACTU C2, C3 2 22pF ±5%, 50V C0G ceramic capacitors (0603) Murata GRM1885C1H220J GRM1885C1H220J 1 0.033µF ±10%, 16V X5R ceramic capacitor (0603) Taiyo Yuden EMK107BJ333KA EMK107BJ333KA C4 C5C10, C17, C18, C21C38, C41C50, C53, C59C64, C66C69 47 C11, C13, C39, C40, C57 5 1µF ±10%, 16V X5R ceramic capacitors (0603) TDK C1608X5R1C105K C1608X5R1C105K 2 10pF ±5%, 50V C0G ceramic capacitors (0603) Murata GRM1885C1H100J GRM1885C1H100J 0.1µF ±10%, 16V X7R ceramic capacitors (0603) TDK C1608X7R1C104K C1608X7R1C104K DESIGNATION QTY DESCRIPTION 0.47µF ±10%, 16V X7R ceramic capacitors (0603) Murata GRM188R71C474K GRM188R71C474K C54, C58 2 C65 0 Not installed, capacitor (0603) D1D20 20 Dual 100V, 200mA diodes (3 SOT23) Central Semi CMPD7000 CMPD7000 LEAD FREE D21 0 Not installed, diode (3 SOT23) ENC_B_IN, ENC_C_IN, ENC_G_IN, ENC_R/C_IN, ENC_Y_IN, ENC_Y/CVBS_IN, VCR_R/C_IN 7 75 BNC female jacks, 4-pin, 0.250in spacing (top mount) C19, C20, C51, C52 4 1µF ±10%, 16V X7R ceramic capacitors (0805) TDK C2012X7R1C105K C2012X7R1C105K 0 Not installed, 2 x 5-pin header 1 5-pin header JU2JU7 6 3-pin headers L1 1 Ferrite bead (0603) TDK MMZ1608R301A MMZ1608R301A P1 C15, C16 H1 JU1 1 USB type-B right-angle PC-mount receptacle Windows, Windows XP, and Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp. _ Maxim Integrated Products For pricing, delivery, and ordering information, please contact Maxim Direct at 1-888-629-4642, or visit Maxim's website at www.maxim-ic.com. 1 Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 General Description Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Component List (continued) DESIGNATION QTY DESCRIPTION DESIGNATION QTY DESCRIPTION U1 1 Dual SCART audio/video switch matrix (40 TQFN-EP*) Maxim MAX9670CTL MAX9670CTL+ P2, P3 2 SCART connectors (side-entry PCB mount) P4 1 RCA phono jack (side-entry PCB mount), white U2 1 RCA phono jack (side-entry PCB mount), red Microcontroller (68 QFN-EP*) Maxim MAXQ2000-RAX MAXQ2000-RAX+ U3 1 LDO regulator (5 SC70) Maxim MAX8511EXK25 MAX8511EXK25+ U4 1 Adjustable output LDO regulator (5 SC70) Maxim MAX8512EXK MAX8512EXK+ P5 1 R1, R2 2 27 ±5% resistors (0603) R3, R31, R32, R33 4 1.5k ±5% resistors (0603) R4 1 470 ±5% resistor (0603) R5 1 2.2k ±5% resistor (0603) U5 1 UART-to-USB converter (32 TQFP-L) R6 1 10k ±5% resistor (0603) U6 1 93C46A 93C46A type 3-wire EEPROM (8 SO) R7 1 169k ±1% resistor (0603) R8 1 100k ±1% resistor (0603) Y1 1 R9R13 0 Not installed, resistors-shorted by PCB trace (0402) 16MHz crystal (HCM49 HCM49) Hong Kong X'tals SSM16000N1HK188F0-0 SSM16000N1HK188F0-0 Y2 1 6MHz crystal (HCM49 HCM49) Hong Kong X'tals SSL60000N1HK188F0-0 SSL60000N1HK188F0-0 - 7 Shunts R14, R17, R20R30, R34R55, R68 36 R15, R18 2 7.68k ±1% resistors (0603) - 1 USB high-speed A-to-B cables, 6ft R16, R19 2 2.55k ±1% resistors (0603) - 1 PCB: MAX9670 MAX9670 EVALUATION KIT+ R56, R58 2 6.65k ±1% resistors (0603) R57, R59 2 4.53k ±1% resistors (0603) R60, R61 2 5.60k ±1% resistors (0603) R62R67 0 Not installed, resistors-shorted by PCB trace (0603) 75 ±5% resistors (0603) *EP = Exposed pad. Component Suppliers SUPPLIER PHONE WEBSITE Central Semiconductor Corp. 631-435-1110 www.centralsemi.com Hong Kong X'tals, Ltd. 852-35112388 www.hongkongcrystal.com KEMET Corp. 864-963-6300 www.kemet.com Murata Electronics North America, Inc. 770-436-1300 www.murata-northamerica.com Taiyo Yuden 800-348-2496 www.t-yuden.com TDK Corp. 847-803-6100 www.component.tdk.com Note: Indicate that you are using the MAX9670 MAX9670 when contacting these component suppliers. 2 _ MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit FILE DESCRIPTION INSTALL.EXE Installs the EV kit files on your computer MAX9670 MAX9670.EXE Application program FTD2XX.INF USB driver file UNINST.INI Uninstalls the EV kit software USB_Driver_Help.PDF USB driver installation help file Quick Start Recommended Equipment · MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit (USB cable included) · User-supplied Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista PC with a spare USB port · 12V/100mA DC power supply (V12) · 3.3V/250mA DC power supply (VVID) · 3.3V/100mA DC power supply (VAUD) 4) Connect the 12V/100mA DC power supply to the V12 and the V12GND V12GND pads on the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit board. 5) Connect the 3.3V/250mA DC power supply to the VVID and the GNDVID pads on the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit board. 6) Connect the 3.3V/100mA DC power supply to the VAUD and the GNDAUD pads on the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit board. 7) Connect the GNDVID and GNDAUD pads together at the board. 8) Connect the V12GND V12GND and GNDAUD pads together at the board. 9) Connect the DIGGND and GNDAUD pads together at the board. 10) Connect the first DVD player output to the appropriate ENC input(s). 11) Connect the second DVD player to the VCR SCART (P2) connector. 12) Connect a TV to the TV SCART (P3) connector. · Two DVD players with S-video, composite, or RGB outputs · S-video to BNC Y connector Note: In the following sections, software-related items are identified by bolding. Text in bold refers to items directly from the EV kit software. Text in bold and underlined refers to items from the Windows operating system. Procedure The MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit is fully assembled and tested. Follow the steps below to verify board operation. Caution: Do not turn on power supplies until all connections are completed. 1) Visit www.maxim-ic.com/evkitsoftware to download the latest version of the EV kit software, 9670Rxx.ZIP. Save the EV kit software to a temporary folder and uncompress the ZIP file. 2) Install the EV kit software on your computer by running the INSTALL.EXE program inside the temporary folder. The program files are copied and icons are created in the Windows Start | Programs menu. 3) Verify that all jumpers (JU1JU7) are in their default positions, as shown in Tables 1 and 2. Do not turn on the power until all connections are completed. 13) Connect the USB cable from the PC to the EV kit board. A New Hardware Found windows pops up when installing the USB driver for the first time. If you do not see a window that is similar to the one described above after 30s, remove the USB cable from the board and reconnect it. Administrator privileges are required to install the USB device driver on Windows. 14) Follow the directions of the Add New Hardware Wizard to install the USB device driver. Choose the Search for the best driver for your device option. Specify the location of the device driver to be C:\Program Files\MAX9670 MAX9670 (default installation directory) using the Browse button. During device driver installation, Windows may show a warning message indicating that the device driver Maxim uses does not contain a digital signature. This is not an error condition and it is safe to proceed with installation. Refer to the USB_Driver_Help.PDF document included with the software for additional information. 15) Turn on the power supplies. 16) Start the EV kit software by opening its icon in the Start | Programs menu. The EV kit software main window appears, as shown in Figure 1. Observe as the program automatically detects the address of the MAX9670 MAX9670 and starts the main program. _ 3 Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Files Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Detailed Description of Software User Interface The user interface (Figure 1) is easy to operate. Use the mouse, or press the tab key to navigate with the arrow keys. Each of the buttons correspond to bits in the command and configuration bytes. By pressing them, the correct I2C-compatible write operation is generated to update the internal registers of the MAX9670 MAX9670. The Interface group box indicates the current I2C-compatible Device Address, Register Address Sent, and the Data Sent/Received for the last read/write operation. This data is used to confirm proper device operation. The MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit software splits and groups the functions of the MAX9670 MAX9670 into three separate categories. TV, VCR, and Configuration functions can be accessed by selecting the appropriate tab at the top left of the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit software main window. The TV and VCR tab sheets of the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit software are again split into two sections, Video Control and Audio Control. The device status registers (refer to the MAX9670/ MAX9670/ MAX9671 MAX9671 IC data sheet for status register information) are displayed in the MAX9670 MAX9670 Status group box and the Video Activity Status group box at the bottom right of the main window. To read the status register, press the Read Status button, or check the Automatic Status Read checkbox to automatically read the status register every 250ms. The Interrupt Status group box allows the user to detect interrupts by checking the Interrupt Enable checkbox. Press the POR Reset button to reset the MAX9670 MAX9670 registers and EV kit software to their power-on-reset configuration. Table 1. Shunt Setting for SMBus/I2C Address (JU1) WRITE ADDRESS (HEX) READ ADDRESS (HEX) SHUNT POSITION DEV_ADDR 1-2* VDD 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 R/W 0x96 0x97 1-3 SCL 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 R/W 0x98 0x99 1-4 DIGGND 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 R/W 0x94 0x95 1-5 SDA 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 R/W 0x9A 0x9B B7 B6 B5 B4 B3 B2 B1 B0 *Default position. Table 2. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Jumper Description (JU2JU7) JUMPER JU2 JU3 JU4 JU5 JU6 JU7 SHUNT POSITION DESCRIPTION 1-2* Connect to 1.2VRMS FS 2-3 Connect to 1.1VRMS FS 1-2* Connect to 1.2VRMS FS 2-3 Connect to 1.1VRMS FS 1-2* Connect to on-board SDA 2-3 Connect to user-supplied SDA 1-2* Connect to on-board SCL 2-3 Connect to user-supplied SCL 1-2* Connect the MAX9670 MAX9670's interrupt output to the on-board MAXQ2000 MAXQ2000's on-board interrupt input 2-3 Connect to user-supplied interrupt 1-2* Connect to on-board +3.3V supply 2-3 Connect to user-supplied +3.3V *Default position. 4 _ MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 Figure 1. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Software Main Window (TV Control Tab) TV Controls (Video Control) TV Controls (Audio Control) The Video Control group box of the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit software (Figure 1) allows the user to reroute selected signals to the TV SCART connector. Other functions, such as Fast Switching and Slow Switching, can also be changed through the Video Control group box. Manipulate the drop-down lists to achieve the desired result. The Audio Control group box of the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit software allows the user to adjust various audio characteristics of the TV output. Input Source, Volume Control, Mute, and Zero Crossing Detector can also be accessed from the Audio Control group box (refer to the MAX9670/MAX9671 MAX9670/MAX9671 IC data sheet for a description of each of these functions). _ 5 Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Figure 2. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Software Main Window (VCR Control Tab) VCR Controls (Video Control) The VCR tab sheet of the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit software is shown in Figure 2. SCART output signals (VCR_Y/ CVBS_OUT and VCR_R/C_OUT), Chrominance Bias at VCR_R/C_IN, Slow Switching, and Pulldown VCR_R/C_OUT functions can all be accessed through the Video Control group box. VCR Controls (Audio Control) Adjust the Input Source through the Audio Control group box of the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit software. Configuration Controls Selecting the Configuration tab sheet (Figure 3) of the MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit software allows the user to adjust configuration features of the MAX9670 MAX9670. Checking desired 6 checkboxes in the Output Enable group box enables selected outputs of the MAX9670 MAX9670. The Operating Modes group box allows the user to select one of four power modes. When the Automatic Read checkbox is checked, it automatically reads all registers and reconfigures the software appropriately to the register that was read. When in standby mode, the context of the registers does not change to reflect the standby state. A bias voltage can also be applied at the R/C input of the encoder (Chrominance Bias at ENC_R/C_IN). The EV kit software checks to see if the slave is present every second. Checking the Disable I2C Activity checkbox stops activity between the microcontroller and the MAX9670 MAX9670 when the software is idle. _ MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 Figure 3. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Software Main Window (Configuration Control Tab) Advanced User Interface There are two methods for communicating with the MAX9670 MAX9670, through the normal user-interface main window or through the I2C commands available by selecting the Options | Interface (Advanced Users) from the menu bar. An Advanced User Interface window pops up with the 2-wire interface tab selected, which allows the SMBusTM/I2C-compatible protocols, such as Read Byte and Write Byte, to be executed. The only SMBus/I2C-compatible protocols used by the MAX9670 MAX9670 are: · 1 - SMBusWriteByte(addr,cmd,data8) · 4 - SMBusReadByte(addr,cmd) data8 The combo and edit boxes accept numeric data in hexadecimal and should be prefixed by 0x. See Figure 4 for an example of this tool. Detailed Description of Hardware The MAX9670 MAX9670 EV kit is an assembled and tested PCB that demonstrates the features of the MAX9670 MAX9670 dual SCART audio/video switch matrix. It routes audio, video, and control signals between a set-top box decoder chip and the TV and VCR SCART connectors. All video connections are made through 75 controlled-impedance traces. Connect a TV and VCR to the corresponding SCART connectors. The set-top box decoder video connections are made through the 75 BNC jacks with the ENC prefix. Audio signals from the stereo audio DAC are connected to the white and red (P4 and P5) RCA phono jacks. Monitor the R/C inputs of the VCR connections through the VCR_R/C_IN BNC jack. SMBus is a trademark of Intel Corp. _ 7 Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Figure 4. Example of a Simple SMBusReadByte Operation Using the Advanced User Interface Address Selection Jumper JU1 sets the MAX9670 MAX9670 slave address. The default address is 1001 011(R/W) (DEV_ADDR = VDD). See Table 1 for a complete list of addresses. Audio Encoder Inputs Connect a stereo audio source that represents the encoder audio to P4 (left audio) and P5 (right audio). The Cirrus CS4334/5/8/9 CS4334/5/8/9 and Burr-Brown PCM1742 PCM1742 are commonly used in set-top boxes to convert a digital I2S audio stream to analog-stereo audio signals. The fullscale audio level of the CS4334 CS4334 is 1.2VRMS, while the full-scale audio level of the PCM1742 PCM1742 is 1.1VRMS. Both parts center their audio outputs in the middle of their analog supply voltage range. The ENC_INL and ENC_INR inputs expect the incoming audio signal to have a full scale of 0.5VRMS and to be 8 centered around ground. Therefore, the audio signals presented to P4 and P5 are AC-coupled and attenuated by a resistor-divider network. The amount of attenuation is determined by jumpers JU2 and JU3. If the shunt position is 1-2, the resistor-divider network attenuates a 1.2VRMS full-scale audio signal to a 0.5VRMS full-scale audio signal. If the shunt position is 2-3, the resistordivider network attenuates a 1.1VRMS full-scale audio signal to a 0.5VRMS full-scale audio signal. If the audio source does not have either a 1.2VRMS or 1.1VRMS full-scale signal, then the resistor-divider network can be adjusted to accommodate another fullscale audio level. For example, if the incoming audio signal is 2V RMS full-scale, then the signal must be attenuated by a factor of 4. Set the shunt positions of JU2 and JU3 to 1-2. Change resistors R57 and R59 from a 4.53k resistor to a 2.2k resistor. _ MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 Figure 5a. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Schematic (Sheet 1 of 2) _ 9 Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Figure 5b. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Schematic (Sheet 2 of 2) 10 _ MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 Figure 6. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Component Placement Guide-Component Side _ 11 Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Figure 7. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Component PCB Layout-Component Side 12 _ MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 Figure 8. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit PCB Layout-Inner Layer 2 _ 13 Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Figure 9. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit PCB Layout-Inner Layer 3 14 _ MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 Figure 10. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit PCB Layout-Solder Side _ 15 Evaluates: MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 MAX9670 Evaluation Kit Figure 11. MAX9670 MAX9670 EV Kit Component Placement Guide-Solder Side Maxim cannot assume responsibility for use of any circuitry other than circuitry entirely embodied in a Maxim product. No circuit patent licenses are implied. 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