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Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully
Differential Isolation Amplifier

Design Overview

Design Features

This TI design demonstrates using the AMC1100based AFE to measure voltage and current. This
design details measuring voltage inputs in an input- tooutput isolation configuration and measuring current
inputs in a channel-to-channel isolation configuration.
This design also demonstrates power isolation, which
makes the design a complete subsystem to measure
isolated voltages and currents. This AFE can be used
in applications that require replacing CTs with shunts.
Shunts and potential dividers are available onboard to
directly connect current and voltage inputs. The
AMC1100 isolation amplifiers have a low nonlinearity
error and an accuracy of < 0.5%.

Voltage and Current Measurement Using:
• Channel-Isolated Current Inputs and Group
Isolated Voltage Inputs Based on AMC1100 FixedGain, Fully Differential Amplifiers
• Provision to Interface to ADS131E08 ADC, MultiChannel Simultaneous Sampling, 24-Bit, DeltaSigma (ΔΣ), and EVM for Performance Testing
• Onboard Shunt for Three Current Inputs and
Potential Dividers for Three Voltage Inputs
• Low-Side Supply Configurable to 3.3 V or 5 V
• Accuracy Performance Over Full-Scale Input
(175-mV RMS) for Current and Voltage < ±0.5% for
5% to 100%
• Isolated Power Supply Generated Using SN6501
Transformer Driver
• Can Be Interfaced to MCU With AMC1100 LowSide Supply Configured to 3.3 V

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TLV704
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CSD17571Q2
ADS131E08EVM-PDK
MSP430FR5869

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5V_CNTL

+5V_ISO

5V_CNTL

ISO POWER

POWER
SUPPLY

TLV70450
SN6501

5.0 V
VDD_2

(5.0V LDO)

(Transformer Driver)

TPS7A6533
Wurth
750342354
(1.2 : 1.0)

(3.3V LDO)
GND_ISO

TPS7A3001

3.3 V
GND

(-5.0V LDO)
GND
-5V_ISO

GND
110/ 230V
+5V_ISO1

+5V_ISO1

ISO POWER 1

GND_ISO1
-5V_ISO1

+5V_ISO1

VDD_2 = 5.0V

VDD_2

TERMINAL
BLOCK

FILTER
FERRITE BEAD
GAIN 8
(Iso. Amp)

FILTER
FERRITE BEAD

CH 1
CH 2

GND
CH 3

-5V_ISO1

GND_ISO1

IY

GND_ISO2
-5V_ISO2

IB

TERMINAL
BLOCK

+5V_ISO3

ISO POWER 3

GND_ISO3
-5V_ISO3

NOTE: FILTER, FERRITE BEAD are optional
+5V_ISO4

ISO POWER 4

GND_ISO4
-5V_ISO4

+5V_ISO4

R = 1.66 MOhm

VDD_2

R = 1.02 KOhm

AMC1100

VR

GAIN 8
(Iso. Amp)

AMC1100

VY

GAIN 8
(Iso. Amp)

GAIN 8
(Iso. Amp)

CH 5
CH 6

OPTION 2

VDD_2 = 3.3V

MSP430FR5869
UART
INTERFACE
+
EXPANSION I/O

CH 1
CH 2
CH 3
CH 4

VB

AMC1100

24 BIT
Delta-Sigma

CH 4

JUMPER (MSP430 [3.3V] or ADS131 [5.0V] EVM INTERFACE)

TERMINAL
BLOCK

+5V_ISO2

ISO POWER 2

OPTION 1

ADS131E08-EVMPDK

IR

AMC1100

R = 3m Ohm
+/- 250 mV

12
BIT
SAR

JTAG
INTERFACE

COMMS/ IO
(Connector)

JTAG
(Connector)

CH 5
CH 6

LED
(x2)

LED

GND
GND_ISO4

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System Description

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System Description
Grid infrastructure applications include protection, control, and monitoring systems. Some of the grid
infrastructure end applications are multifunction protection relays, transformer and motor monitoring
systems, power quality analyzers, and many others. These systems can be rack-mounted (AC mains
operated) or portable (battery operated). The portable systems have requirements for separate (individual)
and fully galvanically-isolated channels to measure the AC-DC voltage and current inputs.
Protection relays are intelligent electronic devices (IEDs) that receive analog signals from the secondary
side of current transformers (CTs) and voltage transformers (VTs). The relays detect whether or not the
protected unit is in a stressed condition. A trip signal is sent by protective relays to the circuit breakers to
disconnect the faulty components from the power system, if necessary. Protective relays are categorized
based on the equipment type protected, such as generators, transmission lines, transformers, and loads.
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protection relay has the following functional blocks:
CPU
Digital signal processor (DSP) for processing analog input from CT or VT
Digital I/O
DC analog I/O
Power supply
Communications

The analog input requirements include the following:
• Current and voltage inputs
– Secondary of CT, secondary of potential divider
• Number of current and voltage channels for protection relays
– 4 to 16 channels
• Measurement accuracy
– 0.2% to 1%
Accurately measuring current and voltage is a critical requirement for the function of a protection relay.
The voltage is measured using a potential transformer or potential divider (multiple series resistors in a
divider). Using a potential divider reduces the board size and improves linearity performance in
comparison to a potential transformer. The potential divider-based voltage measurement is limited in that it
does not provide the isolation that potential transformers provide. Voltage isolation is required for systems
that are expected to conform to safety standards.
Current transformers are commonly used to measure current. The current input has a wide dynamic range
in comparison to the voltage inputs. The system performance depends on the type of current transformers
used.
Some of the key current sensor requirements are:
• Measurement accuracy—from DC to 400 Hz
• Drift with time, frequency, and temperature
• Linearity and phase shift
• Saturation
• Reliability
• Cost
• Size
• Safety (isolation) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) performance
To achieve the required performance standards listed above, select CTs with a higher level of accuracy.

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Some advantages of using CTs are that they provide galvanic isolation, have low power loss, and are not
affected by common-mode noise input. Some of the associated disadvantages of using CTs is that they
tend to be bulky and expensive if the user requires a higher level accuracy. These bulky-sized CTs are
disadvantageous to multifunction protection relay platforms, which are required to measure more
channels. External magnetic fields also affect the performance of CTs because they saturate the CTs
during fault conditions, when high currents flow. Continuous exposure to a magnetic field or frequent
exposure to overloads reduces the usable life of the CTs. An alternative to using CTs to measure current
is using shunts. Shunts are low-value metal strips made with Manganin® alloys. The shunt performance
follows most of the previously mentioned requirements. Shunts do have limitations in that they do not have
isolation, which is required for use in three-phase applications.

1.1

Isolation Methods
The following options detail the different isolation methods available:
Input-to-output isolation: In this case, all channels are referenced to the same ground. The isolation
amplifiers require power supplies on both sides of the isolation barrier.
Channel-to-channel isolation: In this case, each input channel is referenced to the ground separately.
The isolation amplifiers require separate power supplies on the input side of the isolation barrier and can
share a common power supply on the output side.

1.2

Input Configurations
The inputs can be applied in the following configurations:
Single-ended:
The lowest cost configuration is a single-ended, unbalanced, grounded input. This input works well with a
floating source that has relatively low differential impedance. The IN+ terminal impedance to ground must
be high in comparison to the source differential impedance to avoid loading. For ground-referenced
sources, this type of input implies that the signal and instrument grounds must be identical. The two
voltages are typically not the same, but if the levels are close to each other and the signal is relatively
large, the user can make the measurement.
Differential:
Differential input amplifiers are most commonly used in measurement systems because they provide a
high gain for the algebraic difference between their two input signals or voltages, but a low gain for the
voltages common to both inputs. Making differential voltage measurements is another means of reducing
noise in analog input signals. A differential input is balanced because the gains and impedances of the
two inputs are the same. Neither input is directly connected to ground, so a differential input can deal with
single-ended-grounded or off-ground differential sources. Nevertheless, there is a limit to the maximum
signal that each input can handle because the amplifiers are referenced to ground.

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TI Design Advantages
Voltage Measurement Input-to-Output Isolation
The voltage inputs are attenuated by the onboard potential dividers and these inputs demonstrate the
following in Table 1:
Table 1. Voltage Measurement
PARAMETERS

DESCRIPTION

Voltage inputs providing input-to-output Three fully-differential isolation amplifiers are used to measure the three-phase voltage
isolation
inputs.

1.3.2

Power supply for providing input-tooutput isolation

One DC-DC converter is used to generate the isolated power supply. The same power
supply is connected to all three isolation amplifiers on the high-voltage side.

Ground reference

This is a group isolated reference, which means that all of the amplifiers share a common
ground reference.

Channel-to-Channel Isolation
The current inputs are applied across the onboard shunt and demonstrates the following in Table 2:
Table 2. Current Measurement
PARAMETERS

1.3.3

DESCRIPTION

Current inputs providing channel-tochannel isolation

Three fully-differential isolation amplifiers are used to measure the three-phase current
inputs.

Power supply for providing channel-tochannel isolation

Three separate DC-DC converters are used to generate the high-voltage side power
supplies.

Ground reference

Each current input has its own reference. Each reference is isolated from all other circuits.

ADC Interface
The following list details the steps for interfacing the isolation amplifier to the ADC:
(A) Isolation amplifier of the common-mode DC output: The user can configure the isolation amplifier for a
1.3-V or 2.5-V DC common-mode output with the 3-V or 5-V low-side supply (output side).
(B) Interface to delta-sigma ADC ADS131E08: A provision to interface the amplifier output to a TI deltasigma modulator is available. When using the ADS131E08 device the common-mode voltage is
configured to 2.5 V.
(C) Interface to MCU: An onboard MCU with a 12-bit differential input has been provided. When using the
MCU, the common-mode voltage is configured to 1.29 V.

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Table 3. Design Requirements
SERIAL NUMBER

PARAMETERS

SPECIFICATIONS

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Isolated current inputs (with onboard shunt)

Three

2

Isolated voltage inputs (with onboard potential
divider)

Three

3

Measurement frequency

DC, 50 Hz, 60 Hz

4

Current measurement accuracy

< ±0.5%, for 5% to 100% of AMC1100 input full scale

5

Voltage measurement accuracy

< ±0.5%, for 5% to 100% of AMC1100 input full scale

6

Amplifier output interface – Option 1 (with output
common-mode voltage set to 2.55 V, typical)

Interfaced to ADS131E08

7

Amplifier output interface – Option 2 (with output
common-mode voltage set to 1.29 V, typical)

MSP430FR5869

8

DC power supply input

5-V DC

9

Power supply

Isolated 5 V and –5 V, non-isolated 3.3 V

10

Selectable output signal common-mode voltage

Option to select 5-V ADC or 3.3-V low-side power
supply

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0V] EVM INTERFACE) TERMINAL BLOCK +5V_ISO2 ISO POWER 2 OPTION 1 12 BIT SAR JTAG INTERFACE COMMS/ IO (Connector) JTAG (Connector) CH 5 CH 6 LED (x2) LED GND GND_ISO4 Figure 1. FERRITE BEAD are optional +5V_ISO4 ISO POWER 4 GND_ISO4 -5V_ISO4 +5V_ISO4 R = 1.Block Diagram 3 www. Amp) FILTER FERRITE BEAD CH 1 CH 2 GND CH 3 -5V_ISO1 GND_ISO1 IY GND_ISO2 -5V_ISO2 IB TERMINAL BLOCK +5V_ISO3 ISO POWER 3 GND_ISO3 -5V_ISO3 NOTE: FILTER.2 : 1.66 MOhm VDD_2 R = 1.0V VDD_2 TERMINAL BLOCK FILTER FERRITE BEAD ADS131E08-EVMPDK IR AMC1100 R = 3m Ohm +/.com Block Diagram 5V_CNTL +5V_ISO 5V_CNTL ISO POWER POWER SUPPLY TLV70450 SN6501 5.3V] or ADS131 [5.250 mV GAIN 8 (Iso.0 V VDD_2 (5.02 KOhm AMC1100 VR GAIN 8 (Iso. TIDA-00555 Functional Block Diagram 6 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.3V LDO) GND_ISO TPS7A3001 3. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .ti.3V MSP430FR5869 UART INTERFACE + EXPANSION I/O CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 VB AMC1100 24 BIT Delta-Sigma CH 4 JUMPER (MSP430 [3. Amp) AMC1100 VY GAIN 8 (Iso. Amp) CH 5 CH 6 GAIN 8 (Iso.0) (3.0V LDO) GND -5V_ISO GND 110/ 230V +5V_ISO1 +5V_ISO1 ISO POWER 1 GND_ISO1 -5V_ISO1 +5V_ISO1 VDD_2 = 5.0V LDO) (Transformer Driver) TPS7A6533 Wurth 750342354 (1.3 V GND (-5. Amp) OPTION 2 VDD_2 = 3.

56-V Reference DATA TX RX VINP Retiming and 3rd order active low-pass filter û -Modulator VINN TX VOUTP VOUTN RX CLK RC oscillator GND1 GND2 Figure 2.1 mVRMS typical • Low high-side Supply Current: 8 mA max at 5 V • Input bandwidth: 60 KHz min • Fixed gain: 8 (0. AMC1100 Functional Block Diagram Key features: • ±250-mV input voltage range optimized for shunt resistors • Very low nonlinearity: 0.5% accuracy) • High common-mode rejection ratio: 108 dB • Low-side operation: 3.5 mV max • Low noise: 3. Texas Instruments Incorporated 7 .3-V or 5-V low-side supply. The excellent performance of the device enables accurate current and voltage measurement in energy-metering applications.ti. This barrier is certified to provide galvanic isolation of up to 4250 VPEAK.3 V or 5 V TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. The gullwing-8 (DUB) package part is used in this design. The following Figure 2 shows the AMC1100 functional block diagram.1. VDD1 VDD2 Isolation Barrier 2. this device prevents noise currents on a high commonmode voltage line from entering the local ground and interfering with or damaging sensitive circuitry. When used in conjunction with isolated power supplies. The AMC1100 is fully specified over the extended industrial temperature range of –40°C to +105°C. The output signal common-mode voltage is automatically adjusted to either the 3.075% max at 5 V • Low offset error: 1. The AMC1100 input is optimized for direct connection to shunt resistors or other low voltage level signal sources.com 3.1 3.1 Highlighted Products AMC1100—Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier The AMC1100 is a precision isolation amplifier with an output separated from the input circuitry by a silicon dioxide (SiO2) barrier that is highly resistant to magnetic interference.5-V Reference 2. according to UL1577 and the IEC60747-5-2 standard.Block Diagram www.

Block Diagram 3.com SN6501—Transformer Driver The SN6501 is a monolithic oscillator and power-driver. The SN6501 consists of an oscillator followed by a gate drive circuit that provides the complementary output signals to drive the ground referenced N-channel power switches. which is specifically designed for small-form factor. The internal logic ensures breakbefore-make action between the two switches. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .1. The following Figure 3 shows the SN6501 functional block diagram. The SN6501 is available in a SOT-23 (5) package and is specified for operation at temperatures ranging from –40°C to 125°C. The secondary can be wound to provide any isolated voltage based on the transformer turns ratio. centertapped transformer primary from a 5-V DC power supply.ti. Figure 3. isolated power supplies in isolated interface applications.2 www. SN6501 Functional Block Diagram Key features: • Push-pull driver for small transformers • Single 3. The device drives a low-profile.3-V or 5-V supply • High primary-side current drive: – 5-V supply: 350 mA (max) – 3.3-V supply: 150 mA (max) • Low ripple on rectified output allows small output capacitors • Small 5-pin SOT-23 package 8 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.

such as the TI MSP430™ MCU.5 V to 24 V • Low 3.com 3. Texas Instruments Incorporated 9 . The device is specified for operation at temperatures from –40°C to 125°C.5 V to 24 V. The following Figure 4 shows the TLV704 functional block diagram. which is ideal for cost-effective board manufacturing. the device is an excellent choice for both battery-powered systems as well as industrial applications that undergo large line transients.3 TLV704—Low-Dropout Regulator The TLV704 series of low-dropout (LDO) voltage regulators are ultralow quiescent current devices designed for extremely power-sensitive applications. Quiescent current is virtually constant over the complete load current and ambient temperature range.ti. The TLV704 device operates over a wide-operating input voltage of 2. TLV704 Functional Block Diagram Key Features: • Wide input voltage range: 2.1.4 µA at 100-mA IOUT • Stable with a low-ESR. 1-µF typical output capacitor • Operating junction temperature: –40°C to 125°C • Available in an SOT23-5 package TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. These devices are an ideal power-management attachment for low-power MCUs. For this reason. Figure 4.2-µA quiescent current • Ground pin current: 3. The TLV704 device is available in a 3-mm × 3-mm SOT23-5 package.Block Diagram www.

current limit and thermal shutdown protection • Available in high thermal performance MSOP-8 PowerPAD™ package • Operating temperature range –40°C to +125°C 10 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. These linear regulators include a CMOS logic-level-compatible enable pin and capacitor-programmable soft-start function that allows for customized power-management schemes. high-precision instrumentation applications where clean voltage rails are critical to maximize system performance. In addition. fixed. By filtering out the output voltage ripple inherent to DC-DC switching conversion. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback . the TPS7A30 family of linear regulators is suitable for post DC-DC converter regulation. digital-to-analog converters (DACs). and is ideal for high-accuracy.2 µF • CMOS logic-level-compatible enable pin • Built-in. ADCs. high-voltage (–35 V). Figure 5. TPS7A30 Functional Block Diagram Key features: • Input voltage range: –3 V to –35 V • Adjustable output: –1. The TPS7A30 is available in a high thermal performance. ultralow-noise (15. The following Figure 5 shows the TPS7A30 functional block diagram. maximum system performance is provided in test and measurement applications.ti. This design makes the device an excellent choice to power operational amplifiers.Block Diagram 3.com TPS7A30—Negative Linear Regulator The TPS7A30 series of devices are negative.1 µVRMS). The TPS7A30 family is designed using bipolar technology.18 V to –33 V • Maximum output current: 200 mA • Dropout voltage: 216 mV at 100 mA • Stable with ceramic capacitors ≥ 2. The linear regulator features include built-in current limit and thermal shutdown protection to safeguard the device and system during fault conditions. 72-dB power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) linear regulators that can source a maximum load of 200 mA. and other high-performance analog circuitry. MSOP-8 PowerPAD™ integrated circuit package and is specified for operation at temperatures from –40°C to 125°C.1.4 www.

Texas Instruments Incorporated 11 . Figure 6.Block Diagram www.ti. The TPS7A6533 device is available in a thermally enhanced power package .1.to 40-V wide input voltage range with up to 45-V transients • 300-mA maximum output current • 25-µA (typical) ultralow quiescent current at light loads • 3.three-Pin TO-252 and is specified for operation at temperatures from –40°C to 150°C. TPS7A6533 Functional Block Diagram Key features: • LDO voltage 300 mV at IOUT = 150 mA • 4. The following Figure 6 shows the TPS7A6533 functional block diagram.com 3. This device feature integrated overcurrent protection and is designed to achieve stable operation even with low-equivalent series resistance (ESR) ceramic output capacitors.5 TPS7A6533—Low Dropout Regulator The TPS7A6533 is a low-dropout linear voltage regulator designed for low power consumption and quiescent current less than 25 µA in light-load applications. A low-voltage tracking feature allows for a smaller input capacitor.3-V fixed output voltage with ±2% tolerance • Low-ESR ceramic output stability capacitor • Integrated fault protection – Short-circuit and overcurrent protection – Thermal shutdown • Low input-voltage tracking • Thermally enhanced power package: 3-pin TO-252 (KVU /DPAK) TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.

control. the ADS131E08 family enables the creation of scalable industrial power systems at significantly reduced size.ti. The ADS131E08 inputs can be independently and directly interfaced with a resistor-divider network or a transformer to measure voltage. delta-sigma (ΔΣ). temperature. Fault detection can be implemented internal to the device. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback . analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with a built-in programmable gain amplifier (PGA).6 www. VREFP VREFN AVDD AVDD1 Test Signal Temperature Fault Detect Supply Check DVDD Refer ence DRDY IN1P EMI Filter Σ ADC1 PGA1 IN1N SPI IN2P EMI Filter PGA2 Σ ADC2 EMI Filter PGA3 Σ ADC3 PGA4 Σ ADC4 PGA5 Σ ADC5 CS SCLK DIN DOUT IN2N IN3P IN3N CLKSEL IN4P EMI Filter IN4N Control Oscillator GPIO1 IN5P EMI Filter ADS131E06/8 CLK MUX GPIO2 GPIO3 IN5N GPIO4 IN6P EMI Filter PGA6 Σ ADC6 EMI Filter PGA7 Σ ADC7 EMI Filter PGA8 IN6N PWDN ADS131E08 IN7P RESET IN7N START IN8P Σ ADC8 IN8N Operational Amplifi er AVSS AVSS1 OPAMPOUT OPAMPN OPAMPP DGND Figure 7. internal reference. The ADS131E08 have a flexible input multiplexer per channel that can be independently connected to the internally-generated signals for test. This complete analog front-end (AFE) solution is packaged in a TQFP-64 package and is specified over the industrial temperature range of –40°C to +105°C. 24-bit. The ADS131E08 incorporate features commonly required in industrial power monitoring. ADS131E08 Functional Block Diagram 12 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. The ADS131E08 can operate at data rate as high as 64 kSPS. The following Figure 7 shows the ADS131E08 functional block diagram. power. simultaneous sampling.com ADS131E08— 24-Bit.1. With high integration levels and exceptional performance. and fault detection.Block Diagram 3. and protection applications. and an onboard oscillator. Delta-Sigma (ΔΣ) ADC The ADS131E08 is a multichannel. and low overall cost. using the integrated comparator with digital-to-analog converter (DAC)-controlled trigger level. The inputs can also be interfaced to a current transformer or Rogowski coil to measure current.

and endurance of SRAM with the stability and reliability of flash at much lower power. flexibility.1. and 64 kSPS • Programmable gains (1. The following Figure 8 shows the MSP430FR5869 functional block diagram Figure 8. FRAM technology combines the speed. The MSP430FR5869 device has 12 bit successive approximation register (SAR) ADC. Texas Instruments Incorporated 13 .6 V • Low power: 2 mW per channel • Data rates: 1. MSP430FR5869 Functional Block Diagram TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.7 MSP430FR5869—Mixed-Signal Microcontroller The MSP430FR5869 is an embedded microcontroller with a 16-bit reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architecture up to a 16‑MHz clock with optimized ultra-low-power (ULP) Modes. allowing innovators to increase performance at lowered energy budgets.Block Diagram www. Device has built-in segment liquid-crystal display (LCD) driver and scan interface. 2. The MSP430 ULP ferroelectric RAM (FRAM) platform combines uniquely-embedded FRAM and an integrated ultra-low-power system architecture. 4.ti. 4.com Key features: • Optimized eight differential current and voltage inputs • Outstanding performance: – Exceeds class 0. and 12) • Fault detection and device testing capability • SPI data interface and four general purpose input and output (GPIOs) pins 3. allows DC coupling) – Digital: 1.5 V (bipolar. 2. ADC input can be single ended or differential.1 performance – Dynamic range at 1 kSPS: 118 dB – Crosstalk: –110 dB – Total harmonic distribution (THD): –90 dB at 50 Hz and 60 Hz • Supply range: – Analog: 3 V to 5 V (unipolar) ±2.8 V to 3. 8. 32. 16. Up to 16 single-ended or 8 differential external analog inputs can be interfaced with the MSP430FR5869. 8.

ti.com Key features: • Embedded MCU – 16-bit RISC architecture up to 16-MHz clock – Wide supply voltage range: 1.6 V (minimum supply voltage is restricted by supply voltage supervisor (SVS) levels) • Optimized Ultralow-power modes • Ultralow-power ferroelectric RAM (FRAM) – Up to 64KB of nonvolatile memory – Fast write at 125 ns per word (64KB in 4 ms) – 1015 write cycle endurance • Intelligent digital peripherals • High performance analog – 16-channel analog comparator – 12-bit ADC with internal reference and sample-and-hold and up to 16 external input channels • Multifunction input and output ports • Enhanced serial communication – eUSCI_A0 and eUSCI_A1 support • Universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) with automatic baud-rate detection • Serial peripheral interface (SPI) at rates up to 10 Mbps – eUSCI_B0 supports • I2C with multiple slave addressing • SPI at rates up to 8 Mbps – Hardware UART and I2C bootstrap loader (BSL) • Flexible clock system • Operating Temperature Range: –40°C to +85°C 14 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.8 V to 3. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .Block Diagram www.

0 6 R3 10. This design uses a 3-mΩ shunt. The MSP430FR5869 supply voltage AVCC is 3. Configurable Output Common-Mode Voltage PARAMETER Output common-mode voltage TEST CONDITIONS MIN TYP MAX 2. the user can calculate the shunt value. Texas Instruments Incorporated 15 . 4.7 UNIT V The ADC can have an input range within 0 V to 2.0V_USH +5.1µF 8 R4 1 1 TP2 FB2 K 2 C1 D48 DESD1P0RFW-7 GND_USH DGND -5.5 V 2.0 C45 1µF D47 1 2 MMZ1608B102C 1000 OHM 0. The filtered voltage is applied to the isolation amplifier.com 4 System Design Theory 4.45 4.System Design Theory www. AMC_VCC +5.6 V 1.15 1. The shunts are used to measure the input current.1 Isolated Current Measurement The TIDA-00555 design provides a provision for measuring three current inputs. The ADS131E08EVM-PDK AVCC value is up to 5 V.29 1.ti.0 V- 5 C DOUTP_CH_U1 DOUTN_CH_U1 U1 4 3 R39 160k GND_USH K 2 R2 DESD1P0RFW-7 AMC1100DUBR A 1 C2 330pF FB1 C C31 1µF A +5.0V_USH R1 WSLP39213L000FEB 0.0V_USH Figure 9.003 TP1 3 12.0V_USH 1 V+ + V+ - V- DGND 7 R5 10.3 V when interfacing to the MSP430FR5869.3 V. Table 4.55 2. The following Figure 9 shows the current measurement section of the TIDA-00555.1 Isolated Measurement The AMC1100 offers a configurable output common-mode voltage through VDD2 (low-side power supply).0 1000 OHM GND_USH 2 2 3 -5.1. Circuit Diagram of U Current Input Using Equation 1.5 V or 0 V to 5 V.0V_USH C4 MMZ1608B102C 12. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. The AMC1100 VDD2 must be set to 3. The shunt value can be calculated as the following Equation 1: RSHUNT = VSHUNT_MAX / IIN_MAX × 1000 where • • • RSHUNT is the shunt value in mΩ IIN_MAX is the maximum input current VSHUNT_MAX is the acceptable maximum output voltage across a shunt for the maximum input current (1) The design uses an isolation amplifier to achieve current signal isolation.5 V ≤ VDD2 ≤ 5. The AMC1100 VDD2 must be set to 5 V when interfacing with the ADS131E08EVM-PDK.4 2. The filter circuit consists of resistors and a capacitor and its placement follows the shunt resistor.7 V ≤ VDD2 ≤ 3.1µF 0.

which is 250 mV.0 GND_PH 2 3 -5.0 3 1 2 +5.1µF C42 1µF 8 R67 332k A FB9 C11 D20 1 J14 K 2 +5. The potential divide ratio must be selected such that the output voltage is less than the AMC1100 voltage at the maximum input voltage.0V_PH 0 NEUTRAL 12.064 KΩ where • • 16 VMAX_PK = 390 V VOUT ≤ 250 mV (2) Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.ti.02-KΩ for R60 as the following Equation 2 shows. An impedance of 1.0V_PH Figure 10.1. The following Figure 10 shows one of the voltage input circuits.2 www. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .System Design Theory 4.66 MΩ has been chosen. The voltage divider resistor values for the AC input voltage channel is selected to ensure that the input to the AMC1100 is less than the differential input range at the maximum AC input voltages.0V_PH 3 DGND V+ C R66 10.0V_PH D19 DESD1P0RFW-7 GND_PH DGND -5. R60 ≤ VOUT / (VMAX_PK – VOUT) × 1. Circuit Diagram of U Voltage Input A ferrite bead can be used across FB9 when used in a noisy environment or when the voltage divider resistance is to be reduced.66 MΩ ≤ 1.40k 1 R60 1.02k C C57 0. AMC_VCC +5.0V_PH R69 R70 R65 332k 332k 332k 12. Potential divider calculation: Max sensing voltage → VMAX Peak max sensing voltage → VMAX_PK = 276 VRMS (+20% of 230 V) = VMAX × 1. the impedance specified for the measurement circuit is > 1 MΩ. To reduce loading.0 6 V- DOUTP_U_PH1 DOUTN_U_PH1 U11 5 R63 2 4 R59 R52 GND_PH 160k K C55 330pF C60 1µF DESD1P0RFW-7 AMC1100DUBR A ED120/2DS R61 2.com Isolated Voltage Measurement The TIDA-00555 design provides a provision for measuring three voltage channels.0 7 + V+ - V- R64 10. This design uses a 1.414 = 390 V The peak voltage output of the resistor divider used for measurement must be less than the input voltage range of the AMC1100.1µF 1 R68 332k 0.

7µF C120 0.1µF D31 6.1µF -6V_WSH 1 D1 SN6501DBV 750342271 DGND D32 MBR0520L 20V FB17 2 R100 3.0V_WSH 3 GND NC 2 1 U20 TLV70450DBV +6V_WSH C117 10µF GND_WSH 4 GND_WSH 5 GND_WSH GND_WSH Figure 11.0V_WSH TP10 TPS7A3001DGNR U19 GND_WSH 1 9 -6V_WSH GND_WSH NC OUT FB18 2 1 1000 OHM C119 4. Texas Instruments Incorporated 17 .2.7µF C115 10µF C106 0.1µF C108 10µF GND_WSH C109 0.1 Isolated Power Supply The following Figure 11 shows the design of the isolated power supply.com 4.1µF C121 10µF 2 1 GND_WSH 2 IN +5.2V 1 FB C111 0. +5V_CNTL +5V_CNTL C28 22µF C25 10µF C23 0.ti.01µF 2 R33 3.16k C110 4.9k 2 1000 OHM NC GND TPAD 1 1 R99 11.1µF R21 3.2V 1 GND_WSH GND_WSH GND_WSH GND_WSH D5 Green C A C118 0.System Design Theory www.5k Feedback resistors are configured for -1. Isolated Power Supply and Zener Protection Schematics TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.1µF 1000pF C26 DGND DGND GND_WSH +6V_WSH DGND 1 D33 T3 6 U6 5 GND 3 D2 VCC 4 GND MBR0520L 20V 2 2 5 3 4 C112 10µF C113 0.5V GND_WSH 2 C107 0.1µF VIN 5 4 C116 10µF 8 -5.01µF D6 Green A C 6 DNC OUT 3 EN 7 NR/SS C114 0.9k D34 6.2 Power Supply 4.

Non-Isolated Power Supply With Zener Protection To power the measurement module. high-voltage. Protection is provided at each input channel with the overvoltage at 5-V DC and –5-V DC. • The use of a TPS7A3001DGNR.3 V. 18 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.9V MMSZ5228B-7-F DGND TP18 DGND Figure 12. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback . for which a 5-V DC input must be applied. The power supply is protected against overvoltage and uses a lightemitting diode (LED) to indicate the power supply status. connect an external DC supply on the two-pin terminal block J17. high VIN LDO for modulator operation on the isolated side is used to convert the 6 V to 5 V required for the AMC1100 operation. which is a monolithic oscillator and power-driver specifically designed for small-form factor. which is an ultralow IQ (quiescent current).3V 1 1 2 IN OUT DVCC FB10 3 1 2 1000 OHM 2 ED120/2DS GND U13 TPS7A6533QKVURQ1 +5V_CNTL J17 C65 1µF C66 0.ti.com Some design features of the isolated power supply are: • The use of an SN6501 device.2 Non-Isolated Power Supply The following Figure 12 shows the design of the non-isolated power supply with Zener protection.1µF C63 1µF R76 300 D14 Green C59 4. • The use of a TLV70450DBV. Three current channels are isolated from each other and three voltage channels are group isolated and share a single isolated power supply. The SN6501 oscillator drives a low-profile. ultralow-noise linear regulator for protection on the isolated side. • The use of three current and three voltage channels. Please contact Würth as required. isolated power supplies in isolated interface applications. The TIDA-00555 design uses a transformer with a 1. This design uses the TPS7A6533-Q1 LDO. center-tapped transformer primary from a 5-V DC power supply.7µF C58 0. which is a negative. The DVCC for the measurement module is 3.2. The TPS7A3001DGNR regulator is used to convert the –6 V to –5 V required to operate the AMC1100. NOTE: This reference design uses a custom-designed transformer.1µF D13 3. 4.System Design Theory www.64:1 turns ratio to generate ±6 V. +3.

simultaneously sampling. The ADS131E08EVM-PDK is designed to expedite evaluation and system development. and fast Fourier transform (FFT) • Access to a variety of register contents. PGA options. The digital SPI control interface is provided by the MMB0 modular EVM motherboard that connects to the ADS131E08 evaluation board. including data rate. histogram. and more • Set ADS131E08 register settings with easy-to-use. including a virtual oscilloscope.com 4. graphical user interface (GUI) software TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. 24-bit. The MMB0 motherboard allows the ADS131E08EVM to be connected to the computer through an available USB port. refer to the Performance Demonstration Kit for the ADS131E08 User's Guide (SBAU200). Figure 13.3 ADS131E08EVM-PDK The ADS131E08EVM-PDK is a performance demonstration kit (PDK) intended for evaluating the ADS131E08 low-power.ti. The following Figure 13 shows a board image of the ADS131E08EVM-PDK. Texas Instruments Incorporated 19 .System Design Theory www. eight-channel ADC. ADS131E08EVM-PDK Board Image Supported features of the EVM are: Hardware features: • Configurable for bipolar or unipolar supply operation • Configurable for internal and external clock through jumper settings • Analog test signals can be applied easily using screw terminals Software features: • Analysis tools. For more details on how to use the MMB0 as part of the ADS131E08EVM-PDK.

These signals can be used to interface with the MSP430FR5869 on the TIDA00555 board.System Design Theory www. NOTE: The user must ensure a 5-V unipolar analog power supply configuration on the ADS131E08EVM-PDK board. the AVDD is set to 5 V and the AVSS is set to 0 V on this EVM. and J3.ti. For TIDA-00555 interface testing. Table 5.8 V) for the front-end board are supplied by the host MMB0 board through connector J3.com The ADS131E08EVM mounts on the MMB0 board with connectors J1. some GPIO signals. The ADS131E08 digital signals (including SPI signals. All other power supplies required for the front-end board are generated onboard by power management devices. 20 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. These signals are used to interface to the MMB0 board DSP in the EVM. and some control signals) are available at connector J1. The grounds of the ADS131E08EVM-PDK and TIDA-00555 board must be connected together using jumper wire. The main power supplies (5 V. The IC U6 must be changed from TPS73230 (3 V) to TPS73250 (5 V) to configure a unipolar analog power supply to 5 V. J2. J1 Connector Pinout Configuration J1 PIN NUMBER SIGNAL START/CS SIGNAL 1 2 CLKSEL CLK 3 4 GND NC 5 6 GPIO1 CS 7 8 RESET NC 9 10 GND DIN 11 12 GPIO2 DOUT 13 14 NC/START DRDY 15 16 SCL EXT_CLK 17 18 GND NC 19 20 SDA The analog signals can be applied at terminal blocks J5 through J12 (also marked as CH1 to CH8 on the board). and 1. 3 V. Table 5 shows the pinout configuration for this connector. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .

1/UCA0STE/A4/C4 P1.0 P1.5/TB0.0 R40 4.4/TB0.2 P1.768KHz AVCC DVCC C103 1µF DVSS 36 AVSS AVSS AVSS PAD 47 44 41 49 DGND AGND XOUT 12pF CMR200T-32.00k U7 R35 1.000MHZ-B4-T 8MHz C48 C39 18pF 18pF AGND Figure 14.0/UCA0RXD/UCA0SOMI/TB0.00k C22 100pF R32 1.7/TB0.6/HFXIN PJ.1µF C35 1µF C37 10µF DGND TEST/SBWTCK 22 RST/NMI/SBWTDIO 23 TEST/SBWTCK RESET P4.1 P2.4.1/TA0.6 P3.5/TB0.1µF LED1 P4.7 12 13 14 15 45 46 42 43 TDO TDI TMS TCK C41 XIN 2 3 12pF Y1 DGND 1 C40 48 37 C102 10µF AGND DVCC TP13 C36 0.4/TA1.0 P2.3/A15/C15 P3.3/TA0.3/A11 P4.5 P3.7 P3.0/UCA1STE/A6/C10 P2.5/TB0.3/UCB0SIMO/UCB0SDA/TA0.0 P2.5 P4. The user can interface three current and three voltage channels with the SAR ADC of the MSP430FR5869.00k C21 100pF 0 UART_CTS P2.00k DOUTP_V_PH C32 100pF DOUTN_V_PH AVCC TP15 R45 1.4 R31 1.2/TB0.7 4 5 6 7 27 28 29 30 P3. The ADC has a 12-bit resolution and can be configured to measure differential input.0/A8 P4.00k R50 1.5/LFXOUT PJ.70k DOUTP_W_PH 1 2 3 9 10 11 31 32 P1.1/TDI/TCLK/MCLK/SRSCG0/C7 PJ.6/UCA0TXD/UCA0SIMO/TB0CLK/ACLK P2.0/TA0.1/DMAE0/RTCCLK/A0/C0/VREF-/VeREFP1.1/A9 P4.4/TB0.4 4.6/TB0.2/UCB0STE/A3/C3 P1.7/HFXOUT MSP430FR5869RGZ 32.00k 16 17 18 19 33 34 35 8 0 DOUTP_CH_U DOUTN_CH_U P4. R48 1.0/TDO/TB0OUTH/SMCLK/SRSCG1/C6 PJ.3/TA1.0/TB0.6/TB0.3 R34 1.2/TA1CLK/COUT/A1/C1/VREF+/VeREF+ P1.6/TB0.2/UCA0CLK/A5/C5 P1.7 24 25 26 39 40 20 21 38 SDA SCL TP11 TP12 UART_RTS P1.4 P3. Texas Instruments Incorporated 21 .4/TB0.4/COUT P3.7/TB0.2 R51 1.0/UCA1CLK/A7/C11 P2.4/LFXIN PJ. MSP430FR5869 MCU Schematic TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.1/TB0.70k R43 4.5 P4.com 4.7 PJ.2/A14/C14 P3.6 P2.2/TA1.00k C34 100pF A1_TX A1_RX R42 1.6 P4.0/UCA1TXD/UCA1SIMO P2. Figure 14 shows a schematic of the MSP430FR5869.1/TA0CLK/COUT/A2/C2 P1.0/A12/C12 P3.1/UCA1RXD/UCA1SOMI P2.00k R41 C29 100pF 1.00k C105 0.00k DVCC R30 1.2/A10 P4.5 P3.768KDZBT DGND 1 Y2 2 ABLS-8.1 MCU MCU Interfacing The TIDA-00555 design interfaces with the MSP430FR5869 MCU.2/UCB0CLK P2.System Design Theory www.3/TCK/SRCPUOFF/C9 PJ.2/TMS/ACLK/SROSCOFF/C8 PJ.3/SMCLK P3.1/A13/C13 P3.00k DOUTP_CH_W C24 100pF DOUTN_CH_W DOUTN_W_PH DOUTP_U_PH DOUTN_U_PH R27 DOUTP_CH_V R28 DOUTN_CH_V P2.4/UCB0SOMI/UCB0SCL/TA1.00k R29 1.ti.

Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .to 5-V input range is required. real-time clock (RTC). which interfaces with the AMC1100 output. or any other I2C interface-based peripherals. or pulse-width modulation (PWM) outputs. Figure 15. Alternatively. • I2C: The inputs may require calibration based on the accuracy of the sensing devices used.com Figure 15 shows the expansion interface. Both LEDs can be configured based on the user’s specification. • GPIO: The inputs of the general-purpose input and output (GPIO) pin can be used as input or output. In the case of this design. Expansion Interface LED indication: Two LEDs are available on the design board. an ADC with a 0. To measure at full scale. Figure 16 shows the LED schematic. the user can connect an EEPROM to the I2C interface to store the calibration values. 22 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. • UART: The user can implement RS232 communication by connecting the RS232 chip externally to the UART. the SPI can be used to communicate with the graphical user interface (GUI). Different expansion options are available in this design: • SPI: To utilize the full input range of the AMC1100. timer inputs. Figure 16.ti. This I2C interface can be used to interface to the temperature sensor. connect the SPI of the MCU with the ADS131E08 EVM.System Design Theory www. These inputs and outputs can be used when feature enhancements are required. LED Schematic NOTE: The applied analog signal must satisfy limits of the ADC’s analog input voltage range. such as the ADS131Exx.

4. The TEST/SBWTCK pin is used to enable the JTAG signals. Clear the LOCKLPM5 bit in register PM5CTL0. see the MSP430 Programming Via the JTAG Interface User's Guide (SLAU320). For a complete description of the features of the JTAG interface and its implementation. Texas Instruments Incorporated 23 .5. the RST/NMI/SBWTDIO pin is required to interface with the MSP430 development tools and device programmers. select DCORSEL (= 1) and DCOFSEL (= 4) to select 16 MHz.ti. Using register CSCTL1. Using register CSCTL2. and divider M values as 1. The JTAG signals are shared with the GPIO. select the divider A. see the MSP430 Hardware Tools User's Guide (SLAU278). Figure 17 shows the JTAG programming connector schematic.3 MCU—Initialization and RMS Computation Initializing the watch dog timer Disable the watchdog timer Initializing the oscillator port pins Set the port bits PJ.2 MCU Programming The MSP430 family supports the standard JTAG interface that requires four signals for sending and receiving data. and PJ. In addition to these signals. Lock the CS registers using the CSCTL0_H register. JTAG Programming Connector 4. Figure 17. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.7 if the LF clock or HF clock is required.System Design Theory www. Initializing the oscillator Unlock the CS registers with the CSCTL0_H register using the CSKEY password. divider S.com 4. For further details on interfacing to development tools and device programmers. PJ. PJ. Initializing FRAM Configure the FRAM control register FRCTL0 (using the password) for one wait state because the clock is configured for 16 MHz. select SELS and SELM as the DCO clock (SELA defaults to the VLO clock and can be changed to the desired setting). The connector J3 is the JTAG programming interface connector for the TIDA-00555 design.4. Using register CSCTL3.4.6.

Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback . TI recommends the use of a delay Initializing the ADC for differential inputs Set the ADC control register ADC12CTL0 as follows: Enable sample and hold0. which forces the ADC to operate in 12-bit mode 24 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.ti. set the ADC12RES bits to 10b. bit4 (64 clock cycles) Enable sample and hold1.com Initializing the port pins To initialize the ADC port pins A0 and A1: Set P1SEL0: bit0 and bit1 high Set P1SEL1: bit0 and bit1 high To initialize the ADC port pins A4 and A5: Set P1SEL0: bit4 and bit5 high Set P1SEL1: bit4 and bit5 high To initialize the ADC port pins A6 and A7: Set P2SEL0: bit2 and bit3 high Set P2SEL1: bit2 and bit3 high __________________________ To initialize the ADC port pins A12 and A13: Set P3SEL1: bit0 and bit1 high To initialize the ADC port pins A14 and A15: Set P3SEL1: bit2 and bit3 high To initialize the ADC port pins A8 and A9: Set P4SEL1: bit0 and bit1 high To initialize the ADC port pins A10 and A11: Set P4SEL1: bit2 and bit3 high Initializing the LED pins: Set P4DIR: bit5 and bit6 high to set the port direction Set P4OUT: bit5 and bit6 high Enabling the internal reference Enable the internal reference using register REFCTL0: Enable bit0 to turn ON the internal reference Enable bit4 and bit5 to select the voltage reference (2.System Design Theory www.5 V) To allow the reference voltage to settle. bit4 Enable the ADC12MSC bit to enable multiple sample conversion (to enable sequence of conversions) Enable the ADC12ON bit Set the ADC control register ADC12CTL1 as follows: Enable the ADC12SHP to source the SAMPCON signal from the sampling timer (timer B) Set ADC12CONSEQx (bits 2–1) to 01b to choose the sequence of channels Set ADC12SHSx = {3} to select Timer B0 as the sampling timer source Set ADC12SSELx = 11b to select the SMCLK as the ADC clock source In the ADC control register ADC12CTL2.

Select ADC channel6 in differential mode with VeREF+ as positive reference and VeREF– as negative reference in ADC12MCTL2 register. Doing this enables the ADC interrupt when the analog-to-digital conversion is complete and the ADC12MEM6 is filled with the conversion result. This process of RMS computation is used for channels A0. the program counter waits for a flag (that indicates the data is available). Select ADC channel14 in differential mode with VeREF+ as positive reference and VeREF– as negative reference in ADC12MCTL6 register. Select ADC channel12 in differential mode with VeREF+ as positive reference and VeREF– as negative reference in ADC12MCTL5 register. The square root of the temperature is then calculated. and A14. Enable Analog-to-digital conversion using the register ADC12CTL0 (ADC12ENC bit).com ADC channel selection ADC channel selection Select ADC channel0 in differential mode with VeREF+ as positive reference and VeREF– as negative reference in ADC12MCTL0 register. In the ADC interrupt. Select ADC channel4 in differential mode with VeREF+ as positive reference and VeREF– as negative reference in ADC12MCTL1 register. The resulting value is the RMS for a particular channel. enable register ADC12IER0 and enable bit 6. The results are available from the registers ADC12MEM0 to ADC12MEM6. When the flag is set. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. Then the sample value is corrected for an offset of 2048 and is made absolute (sign is ignored). The results are collected in the same way (using the aforementioned procedure) for all 64 samples. Set a flag using a (volatile) variable to indicate the data is available. Also enable the end of conversion sequence bit. Initializing the timer for ADC sampling Initializing the timer Set the TB0R register value to 0 Set the TB0CCR0 register to 2500 (sampling interval) Set the TB0CCTL1 to mode 3 (set/reset) Set the TB0CTL register as follows: TBSSEL bits to 11b (SMCLK) CNTL bits to 00b (16 bits) MC bits to 11b (up/down mode) Enable the TBCLR bit Processing the ADC interrupt An ADC interrupt occurs if the ADC interrupt enable bit is set and the analog-to-digital conversion is complete. A8. A10. The sample counter is incremented.ti. For each cycle. Texas Instruments Incorporated 25 . the data is copied from the results array into In_data[sample_count] (where n = 1 to 8 and sample_count = 0 to 63). Select ADC channel8 in differential mode with VeREF+ as positive reference and VeREF– as negative reference in ADC12MCTL3 register. Select ADC channel10 in differential mode with VeREF+ as positive reference and VeREF– as negative reference in ADC12MCTL4 register. the root mean square is computed in the following manner: Each sample (of the 64 samples) is squared and added in a float variable sum. The sum is divided by 64 in a float variable temperature. A4. 64 samples of data are collected. The results are copied to the results [] array. After obtaining the 64 samples. A12. A6. Root mean square (RMS) value computation As soon as the device initialization is over.System Design Theory www.

Table 6.com 5 Getting Started 5.2 Interfacing AMC1100 with MSP430FR5869 (AMC_VCC must have 3.3-V DC for this) J22. TP1 Channel 2 TP5.2 wrt J11.2 J22.1 – J22.1 wrt J15.2 J26.2 Channel 3 J16.2 J21.2 For current sensing: Jumper between (short) these connectors J18. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .2 wrt J21.2 For 3.2 MSP430FR5869 programming JTAG J3 J10.2 For voltage sensing: jumper between (short) these connectors J24.1 – J10.1 – J26.1 wrt J17.3-V DC Power supply input 5-V DC For 5 V: short J28.1 – J19.2 wrt J27.ti.2 J26.1 wrt J14.3 V: short J28.2 wrt J25.1 – J18. Configure AMC_VCC on the TIDA-00555 board to 5 V 2. Connect the differential output from TIDA-00555 board to ADS131EVMPDK terminal blocks J5 through J12 (also marked as CH1 to CH8 on the EVM board) For current measurement: J18.2 J23.2 Channel 2 J15.2 J27.2 J25.2 VDD2 (AMC_VCC) selection option 5-V DC or 3.2 J10.1 Connectors The following Table 6 explains the different connectors on the board and their usage. TP7 Channel 1 J14.2 26 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.2 Interfacing AMC1100 with ADS131E08EVM-PDK 1.1 – J25.2 J20.2 wrt J23.1 – J23.1 – J24.2 J19.2 wrt J19.1 and J28.1 – J27.2 J20.2 For voltage measurement: J24.1 wrt J16. TP4 Channel 3 TP8.1 – J20. Connectors INPUT AND OUTPUT TYPE Current I/P Voltage I/P DESCRIPTION CONNECTORS Channel 1 TP2.3 and J28.1 – J21.2 J17.1 – J11.2 J11.Getting Started www.

use P = I2R to solve the following Equation 4 and Equation 5: 0.ti.Getting Started www. To calculate the maximum input current for the shunt.2 DC Power Supply Input Voltage The power supply input is 5-V DC. 5. Current inputs 1-3 Voltage inputs 1-3 AMC1100 VDD2 3.1 Current Input Range The shunt resistor used in this design is 3 mΩ and the power rating is 5 W. Be sure to consider the initial inrush current during the power supply selection.3 AC Signal Input Range The differential input voltage of the AMC1100 device is ±250 mV as the following Equation 3 shows.3.8 A = VPeak _ AMC _ RMS ´ 5% / Rshunt (4) = 2. Texas Instruments Incorporated 27 .com The following Figure 18 shows the TIDA-00555 interface connectors with a brief application description. VPeak _ AMC = 250 mV VPeak _ AMC _ RMS = 250 mV / 1.5 I max £ (P / R ) I min £ 40. TIDA-00555 Interface Connectors 5.3-V or 5-V setting +5-V DC power supply input JTAG connector Communication and expansion I/O connector AMC1100 output connectors Figure 18.414 » 175 mV (3) This design uses 175 mV as a full-scale input for AC signals.9 A TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback (5) Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. 5.

Figure 19. Figure 21 shows the ADS131E08EVM-PDK board used for testing the TIDA-00555 design. ADS131E08EVM-PDK EVM 28 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. NOTE: Ensure that the input to the AMC1100 does not exceed the maximum rated input for the maximum expected AC input voltage for scenarios where changing the potential divider value may be required.3. 6 Test Setup The following Figure 19 and Figure 20 show physical images of the test equipment. 5-V DC Source Figure 20.ti. Programmable Power Source Figure 21. ensure that the input to AMC1100 does not exceed the maximum input at the maximum input current rating. 5. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .2 Voltage Input Range The input voltage range for this design is 15 V to 300 V.Test Setup www.com NOTE: When selecting the shunt to measure current.

1 6.3C ± Programmable three-phase current and voltage source Current inputs Voltage inputs TIDA-00555 BOARD Power input 5-V DC source AMC1100 output interface ADS131E08EVM-PDK Computer GUI (via USB) Figure 22. Set the AMC_VCC pin to 5 V.1. The programmable power source.3C. which can be used to modify the ADS131E08 device settings and to capture the ADC values.ti. A 5-V DC input powers the TIDA-00555 board.Test Setup www. the connections must be made as per the specifications in the "Interfacing AMC1100 with ADS131E08EVM-PDK" row under the "INPUT AND OUTPUT TYPE" column and the AMC_VCC must be set to 5 V. As Table 6 notes. Texas Instruments Incorporated 29 .1 Test Setup Connections Test Setup for Interfacing TIDA-00555 With ADS131E08EVM-PDK The TIDA-00555 board is interfaced with the ADS131E08EVM-PDK through the AMC1100 output jumper interface. The ADS131E08EVM GUI is installed on the computer. PTS3. Connect the J1 USB connector to the system for communication. The following Figure 22 shows the test setup for testing the TIDA-00555 design with the ADS131E08EVM-PDK. PTS3. Connect the power adaptor to J2 of the ADS131E08EVM-PDK. Test Setup Using ADS131E08EVM-PDK NOTE: Ensure that 5-V DC is applied to the TIDA-00555 board before applying input voltages or currents. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.com 6. is used to provide voltage and current of the required amplitude and frequency.

A JTAG connection is required for the CCS interface.Test Setup 6. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback . PTS3. The TIDA-00555 board is powered through an external 5-V DC power supply. The ADC values are captured through test firmware developed on the watch window for the CCS software. As Table 6 notes. The programmable power source PTS3. Test Setup MSP430FR5869 30 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.ti. the jumper settings must be set as per the specifications in the "Interfacing AMC1100" row under the "INPUT AND OUTPUT TYPE" column and the AMC_VCC must be set to 3.2 www. The following Figure 23 shows the test setup for testing the MSP430FR5869 device.3 V. The AMC_VCC is set as 3.1.com Test Setup for Interfacing AMC1100 With MSP430FR5869 TIDA-00555 board is interfaced with the MSP430FR5869 device through AMC1100 output jumper interface.3C is used to generate voltage and current of the required amplitude and frequency.3C ± Programmable three-phase current and voltage source Current inputs Voltage inputs TIDA-00555 BOARD MSP430Œ interface Power input 5-V DC source JTAG connector Code Composer 6WXGLRŒVRIWZDUH (CCS) from TI (via USB) Figure 23.3 V.

7.407 30% 0.05% 102% 300 300.0018 284.41 0. Table 9. Table 8.03% 90 90.0017 426.2.029 Isolated power supply – Channel U +5V_USH 4.211 141. and Table 10 show the measured accuracy of three voltage channels.ti. Texas Instruments Incorporated 31 .17 0.833 564.3 3.1.06 0.084 1412. TIDA-00555 Measured PSU Voltage Levels PARAMETERS MEASURED PARAMETER MEASURED VALUE (V-DC) +5-V DC input 5. Table 8.13% 91% 270 270.668 42.1 Functional Testing Table 7 shows the onboard power supply measurement.440 989.Test Data www.00% 60. The error is calculated for the measured output voltage versus the expected output voltage.com 7 Test Data 7.013 1279.413 282.585 0.97 3.736 0.162 0.006 711.11% 81% 240 240.005 568.0017 42. Figure 24 shows a plot of the complete voltage channel accuracy.07% 61% 180 180.281 Performance Testing Please note the following before analyzing the accuracy performance results: • Measured output voltage mV: This is the output voltage measured without applying gain and offset calibration. The gain factor and offset have been applied for error calculation.005 995.00 Power supply Isolated common power supply – Voltage channel Non-isolated power supply 7.040 706. Voltage Channel U AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 3% 9 9.01 1137.641 0.275 847.98 Isolated power supply – Channel V +5V_VSH 4.1 Accuracy Test (Amplifier Output) for Voltages 7.08% 10% 30 20% 60 30.0018 142.1 Accuracy Testing at 50 Hz The AMC1100 output voltage is measured with a 6 ½ digital multimeter (DMM).882 1271.661 0.109 70.013 1422. • % Error: The is the output measurement error after applying offset and gain calibration.02% 41% 120 120.95 Isolated power supply – Channel W +5W_WSH 5.08% 71% 210 210.615 423.2 +5V_PH 4. • The DC offset is zero (not applicable) when no offset is mentioned.07% TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. NOTE: Be sure to consider the gain factor and offset when calculating.00163 5% 15 15.013 853.68 0.933 0.2. Table 7.666 1130.05% 51% 150 150.13% 71.286 0.

503 1697.013 1279.040 706.438 0.02% 71% 210 210.15% 5% 15 15.78 0.253 1555.440 989.94 0.0018 284.615 423.267 –0.833 565.275 847.013 1422.37 0.08% 91% 270 270.253 1554.005 995.02% 10% 30 30.00163 42.657 0.016 1706.973 0.084 1414.275 847.0018 142.07% 91% 270 270.0017 426.01 1137.056 0.06% 81% 240 240.00% 20% 60 60.03% 30% 90 90.03% 71% 210 210.668 42.0018 284.12% 5% 15 15.12% The gain factor for this voltage channel V is 1.ti.016 1706.492 0.413 282.0018 142.005 568.005 995.440 989.09% 112% 330 330.49 –0.63 0.096 –0.12% 122% 360 360.51 0.288 0.02% 41% 120 120.09% 122% 360 360.com Table 8.01% 20% 60 60.15% 112% 330 330.04% 10% 30 30.Test Data www.013 1422.211 141.675 0.14% The gain factor for this voltage channel U is 1.016 1706.01% 41% 120 120.02% 30% 90 90.668 42.0074.36 0.109 70.040 706.0065.12% Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.01% 61% 180 180.013 853.957 0. Voltage Channel U (continued) AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 112% 330 330.666 1131.006 711. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .09% 102% 300 300.882 1272.006 1564.515 0.42 0.01% 51% 150 150.211 141.833 565.882 1272.00163 42.771 –0.11% 122% 360 360.483 –0. Voltage Channel W AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) 32 APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 3% 9 9.00% 51% 150 150.09% 102% 300 300.013 1279.084 1413.767 –0.005 568.006 1564.253 1555.413 282.006 711. Voltage Channel V AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 3% 9 9.666 1131.508 0.013 853.99 0.615 423.0017 426.503 1696.34 0.99 0.109 70.109 0. Table 10.473 0.0017 71.124 0. Table 9.05% 81% 240 240.006 1564.0017 71.02% 61% 180 180.01 1137.457 0.503 1697.

Table 11.207 141.0009 142.4032 0.037 1412.0016 71.01% 10% 30 30.01% 102% 300 300.15% 0.530 28.16% The gain factor for this voltage channel U is 1.109 70. V.037 1414.1% Error 0.109 70.08% 122% 360 360. Voltage Channel V AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 2% 6 6.025% 0 Channel U Channel V Channel W -0.021 1706.025% -0.0189 28.08% 5% 15 15.317 –0.com The gain factor for this voltage channel W is 1.530 28.75 0. Figure 25 shows a plot of the complete voltage channel accuracy.563 –0.163 0.3619 0.6535 0.2. and Table 13 show the measured accuracy of three voltage channels.6985 0.Test Data www.08% 102% 300 300.64 0.0063.003 1422.075% 0.021 1706. Table 12. Table 11.035 706.005 711.378 0.10% 10% 30 30.05% 0.1.0189 28. Voltage Channel U AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) (mV) ERROR 2% 6 6.527 1696.13 0.07% 122% 360 360.207 141.2 Accuracy Testing at 60 Hz The AMC1100 output voltage is measured with a 6½ digital multimeter (DMM).00% 51% 150 150.11% The gain factor for this voltage channel V is 1.005 711.125% 0.0074. Texas Instruments Incorporated 33 .0066.71 0.0016 71.ti. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. 0.0009 142. and W Channels 7.035 706. Voltage Measurement Error for U.02% 51% 150 150.15% 5% 15 15. Table 12.05% 0 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (175-mV RMS) 140% D001 Figure 24. The error is calculated for the measured output voltage versus the expected output voltage.003 1422. The gain factor and offset has been applied for error calculation.527 1697.

279 557.0009 142.175% 0.69 40.6781 0.2.021 1706.003 1422.2.98 0.802 41.025% 0 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (175-mV RMS) 140% D002 Figure 25.879 –0.109 70.19% 10% 5.035 706.3506 0.07% 50% 29 29. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .80215 139.915 –0.537 –0.2.00% 51% 150 150.9098 69.07% 5% 2.ti. Current Channel U AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) 3% 1.Test Data www.0385 696.691 –0.46 0.835 69.207 141.04% 10% 30 30.08% 20% 11.277 0. Voltage Measurement Error for U.1% 0. The error is calculated for the measured output voltage versus the expected output voltage.15% 0.14% 30% 17.09% 60% 34.6 11.2 Accuracy Test (Amplifier Output) for Current Inputs The AMC1100 output voltage is measured with a 6½ DMM. 0. and W Channels 7.00% 40% 23.15 0.856 277.0066.04% EXPECTED MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) (mV) ERROR The gain factor for this current channel U is 1.527 1697.4 17.075% 0.789 –0.037 1414.07% 70% 40.928 975.10% 122% 360 360.8 34. 34 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.530 28.857 –0.1 Accuracy Testing at 50 Hz Table 14.00% 5% 15 15.3033 559.0016 71.0189 28.821 416.747 977.com Table 13. The gain factor and offset have been applied for error calculation.002 and the offset voltage is 0 mV.74176 41.619 278.924 694.567 0.05% 0. V.522 833.005 711.125% Error 0.9 2. 7.262 –0.3 23.8 5. Voltage Channel W AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 2% 6 6.12% The gain factor for this voltage channel W is 1.4092 417.03% 102% 300 300.8134 835.025% Channel U Channel V Channel W 0 -0.74 1.252 138.561 –0.

605 –0.984 –0.1 mV.394 0.819 –0.4 17.0187 696.449 693.09% 10% 5.092 416.3 23.10% 60% 34.69 40. 7.806 41.2 Accuracy Testing at 60 Hz Table 17 shows the measured accuracy for current input.4091 417.364 832.80121 139.818 416.17% 40% 23.661 –0.669 276.603 555.9 2.137 –0.09% 20% 11.5899 0.9 2.8 5.28 0.04% 50% 29 29.175 –0.6 11. Current Channel V AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 3% 1. Texas Instruments Incorporated 35 .307 –0.506 –0.838 –0.ti.5134 10% 5.0075 and the offset voltage is 0.1 mV.0096 696.02% 20% 11.7023 976.395 –0.com Table 15.7942 835.693 277.801 41.3168 559.239 138.8 5.8212 –0.919 414.7166 977.858 0.02% The gain factor for this current channel V is 1.69 40.643 69.2.8 34.645 69.6 11.798 557.74171 41.6122 278.087 0.003 and the offset voltage is 0.855 973.061 829.0031 696.19% 50% 29 29.90186 69.05% 2.4133 417.613 0.9 2. Current Channel W AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) 3% 5% MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 1. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.Test Data www.11% 30% 17.0027.80084 139.08% The gain factor for this current channel W is 1.01% 60% 34.198 970.80164 139. Current Channel U AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) 5% 2.4205 418.423 0.230 693.6112 278.90179 69.074 691.74 1.639 69.07% 50% 29 29.8 34.728 –0. Table 16.8 5.3 23.04% EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 0.04% 40% 23.3249 559.02% 10% 5.7419 41.8485 836.220 138.229 138.479 –0.74 1.11% 70% 40.08% 70% 40.7402 –0.4 17. Table 17.01% 30% 17.11% The gain factor for this current channel U is 1.90163 69.2.01% 30% 17.02% 5% 2.4 17.

210 141.1 Accuracy Testing at 50 Hz Table 18.02% 71% 210 210. The ADC readings are captured using the GUI.2. Table 19.026 706.107 70.ti.93822 0.06% 102% 300 300.463 989.01 995.001 284. 7.280 848.460 1704.60711 0. 7.Test Data 7. Table 18.04% 81% 240 240.823 565.3.0063 and the offset voltage is –0.01% 41% 120 120. The sampling rate for all the selected channels is set to 4000 samples per second.007 1706.409 282.0012 71.085 0.011 1279.616 423.2.003 711.670 42. Voltage Channel U AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) 3% 9 9.01 1422.1.53% The gain factor for this voltage channel U is 1.00% 30% 90 90.00191 EXPECTED MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) (mV) ERROR 42.002 426. 36 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.619 0.3 www.com Accuracy Measurement With ADS131E08EVM-PDK The ADS131E08 EVM is set to capture 4000 samples per channel for all the selected channels simultaneously.013 1564.379363 0.03 mV. and Table 20 show the measured accuracy of three voltage channels interfaced with the ADS131E08 EVM at 50 Hz.3.070 1414.873 1272.014 853. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback . The error is calculated for the measured output voltage versus the expected output voltage.287 1560.011 1137.003 568.02% 5% 15 15.01% 20% 60 60. Figure 26 shows a plot of the complete voltage channel accuracy.644618 0.31064 0.70846 0.02% 61% 180 180.05% 91% 270 270.41% 122% 360 360.716 0.02% 10% 30 30.11% 112% 330 330.670 1131. The gain factor and offset are considered for error calculation.01% 51% 150 150.55665 0.30856 0.688 0.785 0.2.06935 0.0016 142.1 Voltage Inputs The AMC1100 voltage output channel outputs are interfaced with the ADS131E08EVM-PDK.

19325 –0.01% 51% 150 150.409 282.460 1701.91904 0.0012 71.06% 30% 90 90.670 42.011 1137.02% 10% 30 30.463 989.210 141.440106 0.042 0.823 565.210 141.04% 81% 240 240.026 706.5431 –0.026 706.59258 0.014 853.681 0.07% 102% 300 300.280 848.04% 5% 15 15.com Table 19.00% 30% 90 90.30% 122% 360 360.10% 5% 15 15.001 284.977 0.002 426.57305 –0.54322 0.014 853.670 1130.003 711. Table 20.2852 0.ti.658 0.32% TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.013 1564.070 1415.280 847.42785 –0.409 282.04% 51% 150 150.0016 142. Voltage Channel V APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 3% 9 9.515 0.35% AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) The gain factor for this voltage channel V is 1.82926 –0.007 1706.27833 –0.00191 42.616 423.011 1279.668776 –0.00191 42.002 426.616 423.06% 20% 60 60.00% 41% 120 120.011 1137. Texas Instruments Incorporated 37 .402 0.873 1272.31216 0.06% 41% 120 120.107 70.007 1706.91399 –0.670 42.823 565.001 284.654 0.670 1131.00% 20% 60 60.460 1701.01% 91% 270 270.0016 142.003 568.14% 112% 330 330.011 1279.02% 71% 210 210.007 0.003 711.003 568.0064.463 989.14% 112% 330 330.287 1559.873 1272.03% 71% 210 210. Voltage Channel W AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 3% 9 9.0012 71.02% 61% 180 180.01% 81% 240 240.05075 0.01 1422.070 1415.687369 0.Test Data www.431612 0.06% 91% 270 270.568 0.092 0.66896 0.107 70.05% 10% 30 30.01 1422.29% 122% 360 360.01 995.013 1564.287 1559.01 995.03% 61% 180 180.03% 102% 300 300.

998 711.919 0. Table 22.183 –0.08% 10% 30 29. Table 22.235 –0.395 47.0065. V.053 –0.0063. Voltage Channel U APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 2% 6 5.998 711. and Table 23 show the measured accuracy of three voltage channels interfaced with the ADS131E08 EVM at 60 Hz. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .256 –0.09% 51% 150 149. Figure 27 shows a plot of the complete voltage channel accuracy.05% 0 -0.995 1706.996 1422.com Error The gain factor for this voltage channel W is 1.395 47. and W Channels 7.99894 28.5% 0.782 0.55% 0.002 706.1% 0.197 141.3% 0. Voltage Measurement Error for U.2.09% 3% 15 9.99875 47.004 1413.05% -0.9989 142.663 0.Test Data www. Voltage Channel V AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) 2% 6 5. 38 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. Table 21.404 1696.138 –0.167 –0.25% 0.08% AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) The gain factor for this voltage channel U is 1.07% The gain factor for this voltage channel V is 1.995 1706.435 28.35% 0.08% 51% 150 149.04% 122% 360 359.426 0.0060. 0.06% 3% 10 9.99894 MEASURED EXPECTED OUTPUT OUTPUT VOLTAGE VOLTAGE (mV) (mV) 28.15% 0.002 706.996 1422.2 Accuracy Testing at 60 Hz Table 21.2% 0.09% 10% 30 29.99875 47.45% 0.04% 122% 360 359.3.055 –0.404 1696.1.435 ERROR 28.197 141.04% 102% 300 299.ti.004 1413.04% 102% 300 299.231 –0.9989 142.1% Channel U Channel V Channel W 0 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (175-mV RMS) 140% D003 Figure 26.4% 0.

2 Current Channels The current is applied to the TIDA-00555 board.002 706.075% -0.052 –0.153 –0.1% 0.9989 142.05% Error 0.995 1706. The gain factor and offset are considered for error calculation.435 28.0066.004 1413.07% The gain factor for this voltage channel W is 1.Test Data www.08% ERROR 51% 150 149.1% 0 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (175-mV RMS) 140% D010 Figure 27. V.com Table 23.240 –0.04% 122% 360 359.07% 10% 30 29.197 141.2.025% 0 -0. The AMC1100 device output is interfaced with the ADS131E08EVM-PDK.395 47.99875 47. 0. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.422 0.04% 102% 300 299.998 711.ti.99894 28.257 0.05% Channel U Channel V Channel W -0. Texas Instruments Incorporated 39 .996 1422. Voltage Channel W AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED EXPECTED OUTPUT OUTPUT VOLTAGE VOLTAGE (mV) (mV) 2% 6 5.075% 0.080 –0. The error is calculated for the measured output voltage versus the expected output voltage.404 1696.025% -0. and W Channels 7.3.03% 3% 15 9. Voltage Measurement Error for U. The voltage is measured with the help of GUI.

606 974.07% 50% 29 29.6 11.92866 0.8 34.03% The gain factor for this current channel V is 1.06% 40% 23. Current Channel V AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 3% 1.10% 40% 23.4127 417.08% The gain factor for this current channel U is 1.69 40.002.9 2. Table 25.Test Data 7. Current Channel U AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) 3% 5% MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 1. 40 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.3378 0.01% 10% 5.4 17.3276 559. Table 24.8 34.942 278.74 1.8 5.501195 –0.282 557.844 277.03% 2.69 40. and Table 26 show the measured accuracy of three current channels interfaced with the ADS131E08 EVM at 50 Hz.11% 30% 17.0295 696.808 41.03% 30% 17.246 417.6226 278.649 69.92478 –0.8 5.4269 418.9 2.1 www.862 559.965 696.682783 –0.8232 835.223 139.03% 70% 40.74185 41.6919 976.714486 0.85246 –0.239 138.3034 559.905 416.17819 –0.8308 835.708 694.742 41.820999 0.6185 278.66374 –0.84538 –0.74 1.2.06% 50% 29 29.ti.939 835.99734 –0.7069 976.757 832. Figure 28 shows a plot of the current channels accuracy.98499 –0.08% 60% 34.16% 60% 34.09% 5% 2.9019 69.40271 –0.47625 –0.4 17.80164 139.804 41.9524 –0.09% 10% 5.3 23.14% 70% 40.0402 696.com Accuracy Testing at 50 Hz Table 24.966 977.90205 69. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .08% 20% 11.70755 –0.80095 139.3 23.646 69.01% 20% 11.75811 0. Table 25.3.6 11.2.

06% The gain factor for this current channel U is 1 and the offset voltage is 0.842 417.ti. Figure 29 shows a plot of the current channels accuracy.08% 70% 40.0715 –0. Current Channel U AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 2.22413 0.75809 –0.2.8 5.6931 976. Table 28. V.05% 20% 11.15% Channel U Channel V Channel W -0.679989 0.06% 30% 17.8 5.74 1. Current Channel W AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 3% 1.80172 139.73167 0.596 559.8 34.0204 696.6113 278.807 41.800349 –0.0169 696.06% 50% 29 29.25% 0 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (175-mV RMS) 70% D004 Figure 28.02% 40% 23.Test Data www.8353 –0.634 977.82914 –0.642 69.375 0.02% 5% 2.406 696.3155 0.241 139.3165 559.06% 50% 29 29.4 17.com Table 26.02% 30% 17.3.2 Accuracy Testing at 60 Hz Table 27.1% -0.8236 835. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.4101 417.671 278.09% 60% 34.2.90181 69.1% 0.05% 10% 5. Current Measurement Error for U. Texas Instruments Incorporated 41 .240 139. and Table 29 show the measured accuracy of three current channels interfaced with the ADS131E08 EVM at 60 Hz.030 417. and W Channels 7.4179 418.05% -0.72151 0.80167 139.05% 10% 5.05 mV.69 40.9 2.23481 –0.6 11.3 23.490 695.766 835.9 2.06% The gain factor for this current channel W is 1.74195 41.13199 –0.643 69.2% -0.90174 69.05% Error 0 -0. 0. Table 27.4 17.

642 69. Current Channel W AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 2.8 5.434 695.418 418. V.643 69.434 693.244 138.03% 10% 5.15% The gain factor for this current channel V is 1.4171 418.010 417.9 2. Current Channel V AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 2.6959 –0.Test Data www.01% 10% 5.002.12% -0.2847 0.08% -0.08% 0.9 2.67551 0.ti.5698 –0.623 –0.02% 30% 17. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .11% The gain factor for this current channel W is 1. and W Channels 42 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. Table 29.10% 50% 29 29.49884 –0.9939 –0.01% 30% 17.90179 69.04% -0.4 17.com Table 28.8 5. Current Measurement Error for U.949 –0.247 139.80185 139.12% Channel U Channel V Channel W 0.2% 5% 15% 25% 35% 45% 55% 65% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (175-mV RMS) 75% D005 Figure 29.04% Error 0 -0.0181 696.15% 50% 29 29. 0.16% -0.032 416.90177 69.80194 139.4 17.0181 696.

5 mV.2146 0.0022 71. Current Channel V AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) 5% 2.20% 30% 90 90.12% The gain factor for this current channel U is 1.10777 69.112 69.10% The gain factor for this current channel V is 1. Current Channel U AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 2.0035 853.0604 –0.4207 418.015 and the offset voltage is –0. Table 32.9 2.8823 –0.4 Accuracy Testing With AMC1100 Interfaced to MSP430FR5869 As Table 6 notes.1446 0.21% 10% 30 30.02 and the offset voltage is –0.0023 142.6414 417. the jumper settings must be set for the MCU interfacing mode and the AMC_VCC must be set to 3.com 7.13% 10% 5. A test code is used to capture the samples. Table 30.624 417.8096 824.21% 30% 17.018 and the offset voltage is –0.097 409.9232 –0.7155 –0.3 V.9357 –0.90161 69.7998 835.0416 410. Table 33.9469 0.8 34.4901 –0.3 mV.02 and the offset voltage is –0.26% 30% 90 90.0073 426.213 138.09% 10% 5.4 17.17% 61% 34.7 mV.2 mV.640 67.09% 61% 180 180.09% 10% 30 30.21503 –0.63864 68.8 34.8254 835.011 853.4184 418. Texas Instruments Incorporated 43 . TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.11% 30% 17.90166 69.02% EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR The gain factor for this current channel U is 1.0237 0. Voltage Channel U AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 15 15.8023 139.2658 836.80197 139.230 836.03% 60% 34.087 0.9592 –0.35082 –0.195 817.0014 71.0036 426.2. Figure 23 shows the test setup for testing the MSP430FR5869.09% The gain factor for this voltage channel V is 1. Table 31. The measured data is monitored using the watch window in TI's Code Composer Studio™ software.36% 61% 180 180.2552 137.Test Data www.247 135.2155 139.9 2.ti. The voltages and currents are applied to the AMC1100 inputs.8 5.88915 –0.1089 0.0028 142. Voltage Channel V AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 15 15.4 17.8 5.

90163 69.008 853.0019 142.80137 139.02% 30.109 70.233 136.21 0.0014 426.035 706.0017 71.12% The gain factor for this voltage channel W is 1.00% 51% 150 150.023 and the offset voltage is 0.01% 10% 30 30.5334 –0.02% 102% 300 300. Table 37.639 67.5.44 0.09% 30% 17.252 834.1 Accuracy Testing at 400 Hz Table 36.1316 0.03% 51% 150 150.089 1413.919 407.2.14% Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback . Voltage Channel W AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 15 10% 30 15.005 711.10% 122% 360 360.01031 –0.9379 10% 5.15% 60% 34. 7.7128 0.023 1706.09% 10% 30 30.211 141.974 0.8 5.Test Data www.196 0. Current Channel W AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR –0.015 mV.0019 142.211 141.15 0.015 mV. Table 35.08% The gain factor for this current channel U is 1.211 138.4133 417.8 34. Table 37.574 0.9 2.34 0. 7.0017 71.7942 835.344 –0.0073 and the offset voltage is 0.613 416.13% 30% 61% 90 90.ti.089 1414. and Table 38 show the measured accuracy of three voltage channels tested with a 400-Hz input.18% The gain factor for this voltage channel U is 1.2. Table 36.109 70.536 1697.0019 142.0017 71.005 711.09% 122% 360 360.6745 0.8141 –0.023 1706.10% 102% 300 300.06% 5% 2.014 1422. Voltage Channel U AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 15 15.5764 0.061 815.023 and the offset voltage is –0.com Table 34. Voltage Channel V 44 AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 15 15.4 17.5 Additional Testing The TIDA-00555 design can also be used to measure DC or a 400-Hz signal.318 –0.035 706.109 69.11% 180 180. Figure 30 shows a plot of the voltage channel accuracy at 400 Hz.5 mV.014 1422.785 0.536 1698.

05% 10% 30 30.035 706.02 0. Voltage Channel U AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 250 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 21 21. Table 38.025% -0.940 101.737 0.15% 0. V.02% 10% 42 42.54 1599. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015. Voltage Channel W AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 175 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 15 15.0019 142.175% 0.0063.109 70. The DC input accuracy testing is performed with the AMC1100 device interfaced to the ADS131E08 EVM.4314 –0.2081 0. and Table 41 show the measured accuracy of three voltage channels tested with a DC input.125% Error 0.2% Channel U Channel V Channel W 0.023 1706. Table 39.1% 0. and W Channels 7.0063 and the offset voltage is 0.2.0017 71.8917 –0.07% The gain factor for this voltage channel W is 1.965 1593.211 141.02% 50% 211 210.75 mV.005 711.025% 0 -0.014 1422.00% 51% 150 150.com The gain factor for this voltage channel V is 1.005 and the offset voltage is 1.2 Accuracy Testing at DC Input Table 39.01% The gain factor for this voltage channel U is 1. Voltage Measurement Error for U.084 99.075% 0.061 996.192 200.ti.02% 102% 300 300.05% 0. Figure 31 shows a plot of the voltage channel accuracy with a DC input.628 –0.04 mV.05% 0 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (175-mV RMS) 140% D007 Figure 30. Texas Instruments Incorporated 45 .536 1697.98 1000.314 0.234 200.Test Data www. 0.089 1414. Table 40.53 0.10% 122% 360 360.04% 80% 338 337.6986 0.5.

02% Error 0.5 mV. Voltage Channel W AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 250 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 21 21. Table 41.940 101.ti.2441 0.05% 5% 15% 25% 35% 45% 55% 65% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (250-mV) 75% D008 Figure 31. Voltage Measurement Error for U.601 0.91066 –0. 0.04% The gain factor for this voltage channel W is 1.54 1599.005 and the offset voltage is 0.940 99.98 1000.com Table 40.77 0.5924 0.3196 –0.01% The gain factor for this voltage channel V is 1.03% 10% 42 42.1494 –0.084 99.54 1599.00% 80% 338 337. V.234 200.965 1594.084 99. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .234 200.01% 10% 42 42.5849 –0.192 199. and W Channels 46 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.192 201.01% -0.01% 0 -0.98 1000.04% -0.03% -0.05% 50% 211 210.005 and the offset voltage is 2.04% Channel U Channel V Channel W 0. Voltage Channel V AC INPUT VOLTAGE ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 250 mV) APPLIED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) MEASURED INPUT VOLTAGE (V) EXPECTED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) ERROR 5% 21 21.03% 0.04% 80% 338 337.01% 50% 211 210.061 995.061 997.02% -0.Test Data www.15 mV.965 1592.

008% 0 -0. Texas Instruments Incorporated 47 . Table 42.042 146.5% accuracy for 5% to 100% of the AMC1100 full-scale input.43 –0.3 V Ok 3 Voltage measurement accuracy: 50 Hz.03% 11% 9 9.ti.031 74.024% Error 0. Table 43.016% -0. 400 Hz Ok 6 Current measurement accuracy: DC. Current Channel U AC INPUT CURRENT ADJUSTED AS % OF FULL SCALE (100% = 250 mV) INPUT CURRENT (A) MEASURED INPUT CURRENT (A) 4% 3 3. the TIDA-00555 design meets the goal of < ±0.5% 6. Figure 32 shows a plot of the current channel accuracy with a DC input.58 0.032% 3. Summary of Test Results SERIAL NUMBER PARAMETERS OBSERVATION 1 Isolated power supply output: +5 V.5% D006 Figure 32. 60 Hz Ok 5 Voltage measurement accuracy: DC.5% 5.46 0.5% 4.3 Test Results Summary As Table 43 shows.04% 0. 400 Hz Ok 7 ADS131E08EVM-PDK interface and measurement accuracy Ok 8 MSP430FR5869 interface and measurement accuracy Ok TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.00% 7% 6 6.032% 0.5% 9.com Table 42 shows the measured accuracy of a current channel tested with a DC input.42856 mV.5% Input as Percentage of Full-Scale (250-mV) 10.016% 0. 0.00309 216.008% -0.5% 8.074 218. –5 V Ok 2 Non-isolated power supply output: +3. Current Measurement Error for U Channel NOTE: The DC current measurements have been taken up to 9 A only because of the current source availability.Test Data www. 60 Hz Ok 4 Current measurement accuracy: 50 Hz.04% MEASURED OUTPUT VOLTAGE (mV) GUI READING (mV) ERROR The gain factor for this current channel U is 1 and the offset voltage is 2. 7.5% 7. The DC input accuracy testing is performed with the AMC1100 device interfaced to the ADS131E08 EVM.024% -0.00173 144.00131 72.

4 P3.2/A10 P4.0/UCA0RXD/UCA0SOMI/TB0.3/TCK/SRCPUOFF/C9 PJ.1/DMAE0/RTCCLK/A0/C0/VREF-/VeREFP1.1/A9 P4.1/TA0.5/TB0.1/A13/C13 P3.3/UCB0SIMO/UCB0SDA/TA0.5 P4.7 24 25 26 39 40 20 21 38 P2.7/TB0.0/TDO/TB0OUTH/SMCLK/SRSCG1/C6 PJ.6/HFXIN PJ.7/HFXOUT MSP430FR5869RGZ 32.2 P1.2 P2.7 SDA SCL 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 DOUTN_U_PH R27 R28 DOUTP_CH_V DOUTN_CH_V P2.00k C21 100pF 0 UART_CTS P1.0/A8 P4.3/SMCLK P3.3/A15/C15 P3.2/A14/C14 P3.0 P2.00k 4.5 P3.00k 48 37 C102 10µF AGND DVCC TP13 C36 0.3 P4.5 P3.1 Schematics To download the schematics for each board.1 P2.0 P2.70k R43 4.5/LFXOUT PJ.7µF C52 0.2/UCB0STE/A3/C3 P1.4/COUT P3.2/TB0.6/TB0.1 P2.1/UCA1RXD/UCA1SOMI P2.5/TB0.2 R51 1.00k LED2 LED1 C22 100pF R32 1.0 P1.6 P3.6 SDA SCL P2.70k 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 TP15 R30 1.6/TB0.2/UCB0CLK P2. TIDA-00555 Schematic—MCU 48 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.6/TB0.00k 0 DGND P4.000MHZ-B4-T 8MHz C48 C39 18pF 18pF AGND AGND Figure 33.00k R50 1.7 = /CS Configuration for I2C: SDA SCL R48 1.3/TA1.2/TA1.4/TB0.6/UCA0TXD/UCA0SIMO/TB0CLK/ACLK P2.7 PJ.00k 16 17 18 19 33 34 35 8 0 67997-424HLF DGND DOUTP_CH_U DOUTN_CH_U P4.1 = UCA0RXD C24 100pF DVCC DOUTP_W_PH DOUTN_W_PH J8 P4.2 P3.7 AVCC R45 1.4/TA1.2 = UCB0CLK P3.7 12 13 14 15 45 46 42 43 TDO TDI TMS TCK R98 AGND C41 XIN FB7 AVCC Y1 DGND 2 MMZ1608B102C 1000 OHM C40 1 1 2 3 12pF DVCC C105 0.4/LFXIN PJ.0/TB0.5/TB0.7 P3. J8 connector can be used for SPI / I2C / UART communication Configuration for SP I: Existing net = SP I signal SDA = UCB0SIMO SCL = UCB0SOMI P2.0 P2.0 R40 TP11 TP12 UART_RTS 1 2 3 9 10 11 31 32 P1.00k R41 C29 100pF 1.5 P4.Design Files www.2/TA1CLK/COUT/A1/C1/VREF+/VeREF+ P1.1/TDI/TCLK/MCLK/SRSCG0/C7 PJ.4 DVCC DOUTP_U_PH P2.0/UCA1TXD/UCA1SIMO P2.0 = UCA0TXD P2.7 P1.1µF 12pF CMR200T-32.ti.1/UCA0STE/A4/C4 P1.0/UCA1CLK/A7/C11 P2.0/TA0.3/A11 P4.00k DOUTP_V_PH C32 100pF DOUTN_V_PH Configuration for UART: Existing net = UARTsignal P2.6 P3.0/UCA1STE/A6/C10 P2.com 8 Design Files 8.1/TA0CLK/COUT/A2/C2 P1.768KDZBT DGND 1 Y2 2 ABLS-8.4/TB0.1/TB0.2/TMS/ACLK/SROSCOFF/C8 PJ.0/A12/C12 P3.4 P3. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .1µF C35 1µF C37 10µF DGND TEST/SBWTCK 22 RST/NMI/SBWTDIO 23 TEST/SBWTCK RESET P4.7/TB0.5 P3.1µF U7 R35 1.00k R29 1.6 P4.4/UCB0SOMI/UCB0SCL/TA1.768KHz AVCC DVCC C103 1µF DVSS 36 AVSS AVSS AVSS PAD 47 44 41 49 DGND AGND XOUT C53 4.3/TA0.4 R31 1.2/UCA0CLK/A5/C5 P1.3 R34 1.00k DOUTP_CH_W DOUTN_CH_W P1.00k C34 100pF A1_TX A1_RX R42 1.7 4 5 6 7 27 28 29 30 P3.4/TB0. see the design files at TIDA-00555.

0V_USH +5.003 1 C31 1µF 8 2 MMZ1608B102C 1000 OHM C3 C45 1µF D47 K R4 K 1 TP2 FB2 0.1µF 1 2 C1 DGND -5.0V_VSH C9 330pF U1 AMC1100DUBR 4 C DOUTN_CH_U1 3 12.0 6 V- DOUTP_CH_W1 DOUTP_CH_V1 DOUTN_CH_W1 U5 5 R24 MMZ1608B102C 12.1µF C38 1µF A FB6 1 1 TP8 K 2 C8 D35 D36 DESD1P0RFW-7 GND_WSH DGND DOUTN_CH_V1 -5.0V_VSH DOUTP_CH_U1 DOUTP_CH_U AMC_VCC +5.0V_VSH +5.0 6 V- 2 MMZ1608B102C 1000 OHM 0.0 1000 OHM TP1 2 TP5 DGND FB4 A A R2 2 1 R39 160k GND_USH 1 +5.0 V- DOUTP_CH_V1 DOUTN_CH_V1 U3 5 C AMC1100DUBR D42 GND_VSH DESD1P0RFW-7 -5.0V_USH C2 330pF FB1 DESD1P0RFW-7 C 1 3 12.0V_WSH 2 GND_WSH 1 -5.0V_WSH R22 WSLP39213L000FEB 0. TIDA-00555 Schematic—Current Inputs TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.0 7 R23 10.0 DOUTN_CH_U1 C56 1µF 1 R26 2 MMZ1608B102C 1000 OHM C20 0.0V_WSH GND_WSH V+ 2 + V+ 3 - V- 3 C 61300211121 DGND 8 A R47 160k R25 10. Texas Instruments Incorporated 49 .0 1000 OHM J11 2 1 DOUTN_CH_U DESD1P0RFW-7 K FB5 C J18 2 1 DOUTP_CH_V 61300211121 AMC1100DUBR 4 1 C18 330pF 2 +5.0V_USH 1 A 3 C54 1µF DESD1P0RFW-7 8 K 2 A R11 MMZ1608B102C 12.com AMC_VCC AMC_VCC +5.0 7 V+ R14 2 V+ + 3 2 3 MMZ1608B102C 12.1µF 0.0V_WSH J19 2 1 DOUTN_CH_V 61300211121 AVCC AMC_VCC C27 10µF J28 1 2 3 C30 0.1µF DOUTP_CH_W1 +5V_CNTL J20 2 1 DOUTP_CH_W DGND 61300211121 68001-403HLF DOUTN_CH_W1 DOUTN_CH_W J21 2 1 61300211121 Figure 34.ti.1µF 0.003 TP7 3 12.0 R1 WSLP39213L000FEB 0.1µF D41 K -5.003 DOUTP_CH_U1 R3 10.Design Files www.0 R9 WSLP39213L000FEB 0.0V_VSH C4 - V- GND_VSH DGND 1 R44 160k GND_VSH 2 V+ + V+ - V- 3 -5.0 1000 OHM TP4 GND_USH DESD1P0RFW-7 2 C C12 0.0V_VSH DGND 7 R15 10.0V_WSH J10 2 1 61300211121 TP9 +5.0V_USH R5 10.0 6 R12 10.0V_USH +5.1µF C33 1µF 4 5 FB3 1 D48 1 GND_USH +5.

0 6 V- DOUTP_W_PH1 DOUTN_W_PH1 U14 5 R86 R83 C67 1µF R107 160k K C68 330pF C44 1µF DESD1P0RFW-7 C AMC1100DUBR DOUTP_W_PH1 A ED120/2DS R85 2. TIDA-00555 Schematic—Voltage Inputs 50 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.02k C 8 R92 332k C70 0.40k 1 R84 1.0 2 3 -5.1µF 4 R90 332k A FB12 1 J16 K 2 C19 D15 D16 DESD1P0RFW-7 -5.0 7 + V+ - V- R87 10.0V_PH J23 DOUTN_U_PH1 2 1 DOUTN_U_PH 61300211121 AMC_VCC +5.0 6 V- DOUTP_V_PH1 DOUTN_V_PH1 U12 5 C GND_PH AMC1100DUBR D17 1 NEUTRAL 2 4 R74 R71 R97 160kGND_PH K C61 330pF C62 1µF A ED120/2DS R73 2.0 6 5 3 12.0V_PH 0 NEUTRAL 12.0 3 1 2 R61 2.1µF 1 R91 332k 0.0V_PH V+ 3 DGND R88 10.Design Files www.1µF 8 R68 K R67 0.1µF J24 DOUTP_V_PH1 GND_PH DESD1P0RFW-7 2 1 DGND -5.0V_PH 2 +5. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .0V_PH TP17 2 +5.02k D18 C 1 R81 332k C64 0.1µF C42 1µF A J14 FB9 C11 J22 DOUTP_U_PH1 GND_PH DESD1P0RFW-7 2 1 DGND DOUTP_U_PH 61300211121 -5.0V_PH +5.ti.0V_PH R72 1.40k C43 1µF DESD1P0RFW-7 1 +5.0 7 + V+ - V- R75 10.0V_PH R93 R89 332k 332k 12.0V_PH J26 2 1 DOUTP_W_PH GND_PH 61300211121 DGND DOUTN_W_PH1 DOUTN_W_PH J27 2 1 61300211121 Figure 35.1µF 8 R80 332k K R79 332k A J15 FB11 C17 0.0 GND_PH D19 1 NEUTRAL DGND V+ 2 K R63 0 2 C55 330pF R59 R52 GND_PH 160k A R60 1.40k + V+ 3 - V- -5.0V_PH ED120/2DS D20 C 1 R69 C57 0.0 GND_PH GND_PH 2 2 3 -5.0 7 V- DOUTN_U_PH1 U11 AMC1100DUBR 4 C DOUTP_U_PH1 R64 10.0V_PH R70 R65 332k 332k 332k 332k 332k 12.0V_PH DOUTP_V_PH 61300211121 J25 DOUTN_V_PH1 2 1 DOUTN_V_PH 61300211121 AMC_VCC +5.0 1 2 3 +5.0 3 1 2 0 3 12.0V_PH R82 R77 332k 332k 12.02k C60 1µF DESD1P0RFW-7 1 +5.0V_PH R66 10.0V_PH DGND V+ R78 10.com AMC_VCC +5.

com +5V_CNTL +5V_CNTL C28 22µF C25 10µF C23 0.9k D24 6.2V A R99 11.0V_PH FB14 1 2 3 1 1 2 NC 5 NC IN +5.9k 2 OUT NC EN 7 9 GND TPAD VIN 5 2 C72 4.9k 2 1000 OHM NC GND TPAD GND_PH 2 1 9 6 DNC OUT -6V_PH FB17 1 1 3 EN 7 NR/SS VIN 5 -5.1µF 750342271 750342271 DGND -6V_WSH C77 10µF 1 D1 1 2 1 GND 5 MBR0520L 20V 2 A 3 D2 1 GND VCC 4 10µF C49 GND_WSH U6 5 C50 C51 GND_PH Figure 36.1µF 6 C110 4.7µF C85 0.1µF C119 4.2V C D6 Green R94 11.1µF FB13 1 1 GND_PH GND_WSH GND_PH GND_PH GND_PH GND_PH 4 OUT C83 0.Design Files www.ti.0V_WSH U16 TLV70450DBV FB18 2 +6V_WSH GND OUT NC U20 TLV70450DBV 3 NC GND IN 2 1 GND_WSH 4 GND_WSH 5 GND_WSH D11 Green 2 C 6.1µF C86 10µF C84 4.1µF C75 0.5V C107 0.9k D34 GND_PH GND_WSH GND_PH GND_PH D9 Green C C120 0.1µF D5 Green R55 3. Texas Instruments Incorporated 51 .1µF D21 MBR0520L 20V GND_WSH C116 10µF C73 10µF DGND MBR0520L 20V 8 C80 0.5k Feedback resistors are configured for -1.1µF A C118 0.2V 1 GND_PH 2 R21 3.1µF 1000pF C26 DGND DGND +5V_CNTL 0.16k R57 3.1µF D22 6.16k 8 1 FB C111 0.01µF -6V_PH -5.0V_WSH TP10 TPS7A3001DGNR U19 4 C114 0.7µF C79 10µF C71 0.7µF 2 1000 OHM C121 10µF 2 C117 10µF 1 +6V_PH GND_WSH +5.1µF SN6501DBV 4 C108 10µF D32 GND_WSH C109 0. TIDA-00555 Schematic—Regulators TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.01µF 2 R95 3.1µF -6V_WSH GND_PH DNC 1000 OHM FB C76 0.7µF 4 R100 3.2V C GND_PH 1 GND_WSH GND_WSH GND_WSH GND_WSH C82 10µF 2 1000 OHM A 6.1µF 1 GND_PH +6V_PH D33 T3 1000pF DGND +6V_WSH DGND DGND 6 D23 1 T5 6 2 5 3 4 U10 C112 10µF 5 4 SN6501DBV 3 3 D2 GND MBR0520L 20V 2 VCC 1 D1 GND C113 0.5k Feedback resistors are configured for -1.01µF 2 GND_WSH C78 0.01µF 2 R33 3.5V C74 0.0V_PH TP16 TPS7A3001DGNR U15 3 C81 10µF D31 NR/SS C115 10µF C106 0.

com +5V_CNTL C6 10µF C5 0.1µF 6.1µF NR/SS 9 4 R6 3.5V C124 0.5V C130 0.2V +5.1µF DGND C141 0.7µF C136 0.1µF DGND 6 GND_VSH +6V_VSH D45 1 T1 DGND 6 5 C145 0.0V_USH FB22 1 GND_USH C149 10µF GND_VSH 2 OUT NC IN +6V_USH 6.1µF GND_VSH MBR0520L 20V VIN C123 10µF D37 -6V_USH -6V_USH C129 0.2V GND_VSH GND_VSH U24 TLV70450DBV 3 GND NC 2 1 GND_USH 4 GND_USH 5 GND_USH R19 3.1µF NR/SS 5 C148 10µF -6V_VSH GND_VSH 1 1 3 -5.0V_VSH TP6 FB19 1 1 D2 Green 2 C140 0. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .01µF 2 R102 3.2V TPS7A3001DGNR 5 C132 10µF D44 TPS7A3001DGNR U21 GND TPAD C138 0.5k 7 A Feedback resistors are configured for -1.1µF OUT 2 6. TIDA-00555 Schematic—Regulators 52 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.5k GND_VSH GND_USH 4 C134 0.0V_VSH FB20 1 2 C152 0.1µF GND 1 +5.16k 1 C143 0.1µF 2 5 3 2 4 GND D1 SN6501DBV 4 750342271 3 4 GND_USH C139 10µF 9 1000 OHM NC DNC 2 FB C127 0.1µF D43 C128 10µF 750342271 DGND DGND MBR0520L 20V 1 1 SN6501DBV 3 D2 VCC C16 22µF 1 D1 GND +5V_CNTL C144 10µF 5 A 2 2 2 1 GND MBR0520L 20V 3 D2 VCC 8 D39 1 T2 U4 GND 4 10µF C13 1000pF DGND +6V_USH U2 5 C14 GND_USH C15 GND_VSH GND_USH Figure 37.9k D40 2 C133 10µF 2 Value: 1000 OHM 2 3 OUT NC 5 6.9k D38 C C GND_USH EN -5.01µF 2 1 FB VIN 4 8 1000 OHM NC DNC GND TPAD EN 2 3 7 6 C146 0.2V 1 GND_VSH GND_VSH GND_VSH D3 Green C GND_VSH 1 C A D1 Green R7 3.7µF C147 10µF 6 R104 3.Design Files www.7µF 2 C153 10µF IN NC 1 2 D4 Green GND_VSH +6V_VSH 1000 OHM C150 0.01µF R103 11.9k 2 C142 4.16k C126 4.7µF C131 10µF C122 0.0V_USH FB21 OUT -6V_VSH MBR0520L 20V TP3 U23 GND_USH C125 0.1µF C7 1000pF DGND +5V_CNTL 0.ti.01µF R101 11.1µF Feedback resistors are configured for -1.1µF C137 10µF 1 C135 4.1µF GND_USH GND_USH GND_USH GND_USH U22 TLV70450DBV GND_VSH R105 3.9k D46 A C151 4.

1µF C63 1µF DGND R76 300 D14 Green C59 4. TIDA-00555 Schematic Page 6 TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.ti.1µF D13 3.1µF 0 R10 N2514-6002-RB S1 7914G-1-000E A1_RX 0 4 3 C10 1000pF Q1 CSD17571Q2 30V 7 4 TDO TDI TMS TCK 8 6 1 2 5 68001-403HLF J3 R13 47k D12 TLHR6405 RED 1 2 3 DVCC R20 DVCC 10k R18 10k R16 10k R17 10k DVCC DGND DGND DVCC R56 330 8 6 1 2 5 D10 TLHR6405 RED Q2 CSD17571Q2 30V +3. Texas Instruments Incorporated 53 .Design Files www.9V MMSZ5228B-7-F DGND TP18 U13 TPS7A6533QKVURQ1 DGND Figure 38.1µF 1000 OHM 2 ED120/2DS GND +5V_CNTL C65 1µF C66 0.7µF C58 0.com DVCC R58 330 J6 1 3 5 7 9 RESET 11 UART_RTS 13 UART_RTS 2 1 RESET DGND 2 INT 4 EXT 6 TEST/SBWTCK 8 TEST/SBWTCK 10 UART_CTS UART_CTS 12 R8 14 A1_TX TDO TDI TMS TCK R53 3 LED1 LED1 300 C46 0.3V J17 1 2 1 IN OUT FB10 1 3 3 R54 LED2 LED2 300 7 4 DVCC 2 C47 0.

5. see the design files at TIDA-00555.4 Altium Project To download the Altium project files. TIDA-00555 Shunt Layout 8. 8. Figure 39 shows the implemented Kelvin connection. see the design files at TIDA-00555. The sense etch should be connected between the resistor bond pads and function as a differential pair to the next stage of the isolated amplifier. 8. Ensure that the shunt layout meets the expectations of this guideline to avoid compromising the accuracy of the shunt resistor measurement.5 8. the sense voltage is measured directly across the sense and is not subject to the influence of other circuit board etch.Design Files 8. Texas Instruments Incorporated TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback .3 PCB Layout Prints To download the layer plots. 8. see the design files at TIDA-00555. With this layout.com Bill of Materials To download the bill of materials (BOM). see the design files at TIDA-00555.7 Assembly Drawings To download the Assembly Drawings for each board. Figure 39. see the design files at TIDA-00555. 54 Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.1 PCB Routing Guidelines Shunt PCB Guideline The shunt must be placed as close together as possible to establish a direct connection between the current input trace. The shunt etch must be sized to the maximum current requirement.ti. 8.6 Gerber Files To download the Gerber files.2 www.

He can be reached at prahlad@ti. Sreenivasa earned his bachelor of electronics (BE) in electronics and communication engineering (BE-E&C) from VTU. India. ADS131E08 User's Guide (SBAU200) 10 Terminology RTU— Remote terminal unit IED— Intelligent electronic device CT— Current transformer EVM— Evaluation module ESR— Equivalent series resistance RISC — Reduced Instruction set computing ULP— Ultra-low power ADC— Analog-to-digital converter LCD— Liquid-crystal display SVS— Supply voltage supervisor UART— Universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter SPI— Serial Peripheral interface 11 About the Author PRAHLAD SUPEDA is a systems engineer at Texas Instruments India where he is responsible for developing reference design solutions for Smart Grid within industrial systems. Texas Instruments. Performance Demonstration Kit for the ADS131E08. Vivek brings to his role his experience in firmware architecture design and development. Vivek earned his master’s degree in sensor systems technology from VIT University. Prahlad brings to this role his extensive experience in power electronics. VIVEK GOPALAKRISHNAN is a firmware architect at Texas Instruments India where he is responsible for developing reference design solutions for Smart Grid within Industrial Systems.com. and mixed signal designs. Mysore.com. Isolated Current (Shunt-Based) and Voltage Sensing for Smart Grid Applications. India. KALLIKUPPA MUNIYAPPA SREENIVASA is a systems architect at Texas Instruments where he is responsible for developing reference design solutions for the industrial segment. He can be reached at vivek.ti. analog. Texas Instruments Incorporated 55 . Texas Instruments. Prahlad earned his bachelor of instrumentation and control engineering from Gujarat University. Sreenivasa brings to this role his experience in high-speed digital and analog systems design.References www. EMC. TIDUA58 – August 2015 Submit Documentation Feedback Isolated Current and Voltage Measurement Using Fully Differential Isolation Amplifier Copyright © 2015.com 9 References 1. TIDA-00080 User's Guide (TIDU429) 2. India.g@ti.

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