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ADS62PXXEVM users guide rev D

Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CDCE72010, ADS62P48

I need the REV D of ADS62PXXEVM I already find the REV A and REV B I have(SLAU237b[1].pdf and SLAU237A[1].pdf)


  • Abraham,

    do you need the actual EVM or schematic or users guide? The new RevD evm should be available from our website through Harte Hanks - the major changes were a different power supply architecture as well as adding the CDCE72010 for clocking.

    Best regards,

    Thomas Neu

  • I need the rev d schematic and revd users guide.




  • I have the Rev_D ADS62pxxEVM evaluation board but I could not finr the Chematic and users gude for Rev_D ADS62pxxEVM  evaluation board. The evaluation board I have does not work and I can not wait a week to get a new eval board sow I will try to fix the board myself but I need the schematic. and how do get access to Harte Hanks




  • Abe,

    I see. Which EVM did you order. Our previous generation ran from ADS62Px1/2/3/4/5 up to 125Msps. I believe this is what's covered on RevA/B both for users guide and schematic.

    Then we upgraded the family up to 250Msps which is ADS62Px8/9 and there is the RevD of the schematic. The major change to the ADC was the previous gen had the digital I/O voltage at 3.3V - the faster devices have the digital I/O voltage at 1.8V. If you look up the ADS62P48 for example the EVM on our website has users guide and schematic referenced to RevD.

    You also mentioned the board doesn't work. Can you describe the symptoms? Which part doesn't work? We test each EVM before we send it out to customers. We test both basic functionality as well as performance.


  • Attached is the schematic for the rev D ADS62Pxx EVM. 

    What is it about the board that does not work?  All EVMs are tested before they go to be stocked.  If you supply the serial number on your EVM then we can pull the saved FFT plot that was taken when the EVM was tested.  If you can supply some description of the failure then we may be able to recognize the symptom and recommend what to look at.

    Oh, and I see the User Guides and Design Package (which includes schematics) for both the rev C and rev D EVMs at:

    (Please keep in mind that the revision of the User Guide document itself won't say revision D just because it is for revision D of the EVM.)


    Richard P.