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ONET1130EC: ONET1130EC GUI

Part Number: ONET1130EC

Where is the ONET1130EC GUI located?

  • Hi Shriharsha,
    Can you please send me the GUI software? I am running a little behind in this project.
    -Scott Jenney scottjenney@gmail.com
  • In reply to Scott Jenney:

    Hi Scott,

    Thank you for contacting us, and sorry for the delayed response. Did you order the ONET1130EC EVM kit? When you receive the board package, it should have a software CD included in it, with the EVM GUI.

    Please check and let us know if you got the EVM sent by a TI sales representative instead.

    Thanks,
    Sri
  • I did not see a CD in the box. I will check again.
    -Scott Jenney
  • In reply to Scott Jenney:

    There is no CD with the ONET1131EC evaluation kit.
    Please send me the files so I can get the project started.
    -Scott Jenney
  • In reply to Scott Jenney:

    In addition,
    Josh Conn, josh.conn@ti.com, located the ONET1131EC EVM kit and had it sent to me.
  • In reply to Scott Jenney:

    Hi Scott,

    I have shared the ONET1131EC EVM GUI files to Josh Conn internally. He will send them to you soon.

    Thank you for your patience, the EVM kit somehow missed the CD in it, which is unusual.

    Please let me know if you have issues running the software once you receive it.

    Thanks,

    Sri

  • I ran into an problem, after soldering in the TOSA I had a short and the ONET1131 stopped working. I removed the TOSA and it still does not work and gets warm with no load. The 2.5v supply is current limiting at .5a at 1.7v.
  • In reply to Scott Jenney:

    Hi Scott,

    Please remove the ONET1131EC part and replace it with a new sample- Josh can help you get a new ONET1131EC sample.

    As long as the USB - I2C digital interface is working and the TEC is not open circuit, the EVM board should be good. The optical EVM is designed to work with the TOSA attached, so please solder back the TOSA on the EVM board carefully.

    Please follow the setup instructions provided in he userguide of the ONET1131EC EVM  while using the EVM. 

    Thanks,

    Sri

  • In reply to Sriharsha Kota Pavan:

    Thank you for the detailed and professional help. The component was changed.

    Can you please send me the specifications for the TOSA? I am mainly looking for the specifications of the diodes and pin-outs.

    -Scott Jenney

  • In reply to Scott Jenney:

    Hi Scott,

    Any XMD MSA-compatible 10Gbps EML TOSA will work. You can refer to the following two examples for basic specs and pin-out:

    https://www.broadcom.com/products/fiber-optic-modules-components/components-broadband/optical-transmit-receive-subassemblies/1625

    http://www.mitsubishielectric.com/news/2011/1018.html

    Please let me know for any further questions.

    Thanks!

    Regards,

    Sri

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