Hello again Kevin,I hope you don't mind, but I am having some issues working with the ADS1298ECG-FE eval kit and I was wondering if there are any updated schematics available besides what is online on the ADS1298 product page? I am reading what appears to be the latest documentation for the kit, the "ADS1298ECG-FE User's Guide (Rev A)", and the schematics in the document are for the Rev A board. My recently purchased board is Rev C and I would like to have schematics for this revision as I try to debug problems with reading a ECG signal with the board.Thanks for any help you can provide!
-------------------------------------- Kevin Duke Precision DAC Applications
The main difference from Rev. B to Rev. C is the package change from BGA to TQFP version of the device. Some jumper numbers and other mild layout changes were also implemented. The ADS1198ECGFE-PDK uses the same PCB and this User's Guide has been updated to show the Rev. C schematics.
Our 'Design Notes' page also has the gerbers for the Rev. C layout. Those can be viewed here.
...and here's the schematic as an attachment!
Thank you Kevin, I really appreciate the support!
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