MAX40001EVKIT#

Evaluate: MAX40000 MAX40001 MAX40000/MAX40001 Evaluation Kits General Description The MAX40000 and MAX40001 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested PC boards that evaluate the MAX40000 and MAX40001 single comparators with internal voltage references, respectively. By default, the MAX40001 EV kit has an open-drain output, while the MAX40000 EV kit has a push-pull output. Thes...
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Evaluate: MAX40000 MAX40001 MAX40000/MAX40001 Evaluation Kits General Description The MAX40000 and MAX40001 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested PC boards that evaluate the MAX40000 and MAX40001 single comparators with internal voltage references, respectively. By default, the MAX40001 EV kit has an open-drain output, while the MAX40000 EV kit has a push-pull output. These EV kits come with a MAX40000ANT12+/MAX40001ANT12+ installed that operate off a VCC supply between 1.7V and 5.5V, an internal reference voltage of 1.252V, and have a wide -0.2V to +5.7V input voltage (VIN) range. These EV kits demonstrate the MAX40000ANT12+/MAX40001ANT12+ in an ultra-small, 1.1mm x 0.76mm, 6-bump wafer-level package (WLP) with 0.35mm bump spacing. These EV kits can be used to evaluate the entire family of MAX40000/MAX40001 with 6-bump WLP options. Remove pullup resistor R3 on the MAX40001 EV kit when evaluating the MAX40000 in place of the default MAX40001 IC included in the MAX40001 EV kit. Features ●● -0.2V to VDD + 0.2 Input Voltage Range ●● 1.7V to 5.5V VDD Range with Internal Reference • 1.252V, 1.66V, 1.94V, and 2.22V Internal Voltage Reference Options Available (VDD min Depends on the Voltage Reference Option) Note: Refer to the Electrical Characteristics table of the MAX40000 IC data sheet for more information on minimum VDD. ●● ●● ●● ●● Configured to Add External Hysteresis Evaluates 6-Bump WLP Proven PCB Layout Fully Assembled and Tested Quick Start Required Equipment Before beginning, the following equipment is needed: ●● Three +5V DC power supplies (VDD, INP, and VPULL on MAX40001EVKIT) ●● Two digital multimeters (DMMs) Ordering Information appears at end of data sheet. 19-8620; Rev 2; 6/17 Procedure The MAX40000/MAX40001 EV kits are fully assembled and tested. Follow steps below to verify board operation. Caution: Do not turn on the power supply until all connections are completed. By default, the MAX40000 EV kit comes with the MAX40000ANT12+. 1) Connect the positive terminal of a DC power supply to the VDD test point and the ground terminal to the GND test point. 2) Connect the positive terminal of a DC power supply to the VPULL test point and the ground terminal to the GND test point (not applicable for the MAX40000 EV kit). This is not necessary while evaluating the MAX40000 on the MAX40001 EV kit. R3 needs to be removed while using MAX40001 EV kit to evaluate the MAX40000 push-pull version. 3) Connect the positive terminal of a DC power supply to the INP test point and the ground terminal to the GND test point. 4) Use a wire to short INM test point and VREF test point to connect voltage reference output (1.252V, default) to inverting input. 5) Turn on the VCC power supply and set it to any voltage between 1.7V to 5.5V. 6) Monitor the output voltage at the VREF test point using DMM. This should be 1.252V (default) when either the MAX40000ANT12+/MAX40001ANT12+ is used. 7) Turn on the VPULL power supply and set it to any voltage between 1.7V to 5.5V (MAX40001 only). Do not need VPULL supply when MAX40000 (push-pull output) is used on the MAX40001 EV kit. 8) Turn on the INP power supply and set it to the desired level. 9) Monitor the output using a DMM at the VOUT test point and study its response to varying voltage at INP. Ideally, voltage at the VOUT test point of the MAX40001 EV kit should be at logic-high (VPULL) when voltage applied on INP is greater than 1.252V and should be at logic-low (0V) when voltage applied on INP is less than 1.252V. 10) While, on the MAX40000 EV kit, the voltage on the VOUT test point will be at VCC when the voltage on INP is greater than 1.252V, it should be at GND when the voltage applied on INP is less than 1.252. PDF
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MAX40000/MAX400001 EV Kit - Evaluate: MAX40000/MAX40001 The MAX40000 and MAX40001 evaluation kits (EV kits) are fully assembled and tested PC boards that evaluate the MAX40000 and MAX40001 single c...

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