Upd 2x0 217 power board
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- 2 All BOARDS require Coin cell charger circuit
- 3 FET 2x0-217 PCA (power board)
- 4 ECOs
- 5 rev 300
- 6 board testing
- 7 Full REV 200 ECO LIST (building more)
last update (of summary): 11-19-09
- #1 - need to diagnose and repair power fets.
- #5 - repair complete. bench test completed. seems good.
- #8 - returned to IW (used for lifefixture)
- #9 - installed in S3 - likely damaged
- #300-10 - CEB testing
All BOARDS require Coin cell charger circuit
FET 2x0-217 PCA (power board)
- 10-27-09 : power FET still missing - board needs to be repaired.
- 3-28-09 : removed from AK-WB2 w/exploded power FET
- test other power fets (safety fets are on and will complicate this.)
- if all other tests are positive, apply 10 volts with a 100mA current limit
- if successful, attach to state controller with "testjig" software build and apply 20V limited to 200mA
- if successful replace missing FET and repeat above power tests.
- 8-6-09 : running overnight stress test (+5a, -5a, +5, -5, 3sec off)
- 8-??-09 : received from MPD
- 4-27-09 : requires new board testing.
- 8-20-09 : fet exploded
- 1-27-09 : CA to install 10k for R88, and replace R87 with 1k to make ready for ankle install.
- 12-9-09 : CEB removed R88 to disable coin cells, and accidentally removed R87 (1k) replaced with 10k.
- 12-9-09 : has been used on LF for some time.
- 10-31-09 : pair 218-007 217-005 believe to be successfully stress tested
- 10-29-09 : CA replaced all power mosfets, and R4 again. Ran ~2hr bench test, and CEB verified clamp operations. Seems to be in good status.
- 10-28-09 : CA replaced Q2,Q3 ; replaced R4 (1ohm power resistor). Later found short under R4.
- 10-17-09 : verified that R88 is < 0.2mV -> <20nA yet still 453 mV on D13
- 10-17-09 : experimented w/coin cell measurement both w/AC enable on and off. Verified that Q16 is open (TP105=5.4V, TP104=0) and still D13 has drop,
- 10-17-09 : Removed D21 and D22, replace D13 with known Diode's Inc BAS116-7-F (SOT23) - DS claims 1uA ~200mV, but always 450mV for I<1uA
- 10-17-09 : coin cells 5.490V, B2.745V B2=2.745, D13 = 456mV, R88 = 0mV
- 9-16-09 : appears to have short circuit during boot sequence w/out motor. has been used to develop the life fixture code, and run the motor during over night tests.
- 8-27-09 : CEB partial repair of 3-1-09 incident : replaced PFET, unable to remove 1ohm power resistor
- 6-26-09 : location CEB lab - used for code dev.
- 6-26-09 : 5.52 volts on coin cells, dR=0.3mV, dD=427mV iD = 0.3uA. Based on BAS116-7-F datasheet, dD should be <200mV (w/Id=1uA)
- 6-13-09 : added coin cell recharger circuit. not confident it will charge the batteries.
- before installed - cell voltages : 2.639, 2.628 total 5.270
- across R35=2.3mV; across D13=620mV; LDO output=5.955V.
- later measured R35=34mV, D13=600mV
- MA621 charge circuit is 3.1V into 1k into cell. Should probably increase LDO output to at least 6.2V possibly 6.3 or 6.4V. Need see what the diode drop looks like. VoutLDO=1.24 * (1+R1/R2)=6.006 as designed.
- 3-1-09 : Vclamp circuit failed (permanently on) when MPJA power supplied failed.
- replace PFET and power resistor
- 4-2-09 : offsets 3001, 2990
- 4-2-09 : started bench test at 3:20 am, completed 2pm - works well
- 10-17-09 : coin cell 5.524V then 5.530 after a few sec, BT3=2.758, BT2=2.774 -> 15mV out of balance
- 9-16-09 : ceb powers, no AC enable light
- 4-6-09 : started bench test at 2:10 am
- 4-6-09 : offsets 2914, 2823
- 4-6-09 : 9:15pm ended test successfully, wiport had disconnected and needs power cylce to reconnect.
- 10-17-09 : D13 missing, requires that coin cell ECO be verified.
- 10-27-09 : used for several weeks on lifefixture. removed for bench run in testing.
- 8-20-09 : RC notices ???
- 11-3-09 : updated with -753 firmware, started calibration
- 11-1-09 : pair 218-009 217-009 believe to be successfully stress tested
- 10-26-09 : believe to have been installed defective into S3.
- 4-1-09 : removed from WB1 - possibly damaged
- 3-28-09 : measured battery voltage at zero and 1.8 volts
- 3-28-09 : measured terminal to terminal resistance of safety FETs, 38 and 72 ohms
- 3-1-09 : safety fets are not engaged.
- (may or maybe have been done....) replace coin cells (use adhesive to secure batteries to PCA)
- 4-6-09 : 25amp benchtest for 30 mis with 218-005
- 4-2-09 : measured coin cells at 2.7++ each.
- 4-2-09 : bench test for 1.5 hrs with 218-010
Coin cell charge voltage
- replace 1.12Meg resistor w/1.21Meg
- confirm that LDO voltage is 6.3V +- 0.1V (document in the history file this voltage.)
- coin cells : 2.776V, 2.756V
- TP2: 6.281V
- CEB 1-27-09 assumed this will be used on the LTF.
- ECO - remove R91 to disable coin cells
- measure coin cell voltage.
- issue command "set_dig_out 1220 1"
- measure voltage at TP2
Full REV 200 ECO LIST (building more)
We need to decide which coin cells we want to use. The options are the "primary coin cells" (BT1, BT4), or the "rechargeable coin cells" (BT2, BT3). Rob is aware of issues with the height of the rechargeables. However the primary cells may not be available. I believe that the coin cell issue need not be resolved before we get started with making more boards - they're easy enough for us to install. From the standard "default" MPD build of the 7200-000217-200 - we need the following changes: 1) Populate the coin cell charger consisting of the following components: * C37, C38, R29, R30, U10 R29 should be increased to 1.21meg 2) Populate the rechargeable coin cell support components consisting of: * D13, R35 3) Populate the primary coin cells support components : * R81, D81 4) Both #2 and #3 should be populated independent of which cells we install - as their presence will not cause harm. 5) (If possible) change F1 to a larger current rating as used in the Rev300 board. 6) Some capacitors used with the original Rev200 are likely no longer available. Use the voltage / capacitance changes we applied to the Rev300 board to resolve this problem.