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1 User Guide Universal Evaluation Board User Guide Document No: (Issue C) INTRODUCTION The Universal Evaluation Board (UEVB) coupled with the corresponding MeshConnect Wireless Module Daughtercard is a complete hardware evaluation and development platform for the MeshConnect Wireless Modules from California Eastern Laboratories (CEL). The evaluation board was designed with the engineer in mind by giving complete access to the wireless module allowing for developing, prototyping and testing of designs. DEVICE SUPPORT ZICM7P-/C ZICM7SPx-/C FEATURES USB Interface to PC for programming and control with built-in level shifting on the UART lines to ensure reliable communication between the PC and the module at different operating voltages Regulated power supply for - V DC power Four push-buttons for general use Four LEDs for general use Piezo Buzzer Analog Inputs: Temperature Sensor, Potentiometer and Photo Cell All MeshConnect I/Os accessible through an expansion connector and breakout board On-board 8Mbit Serial EEPROM for nonvolatile data storage -V DC Power available for the daughtercard board at unregulated power header Two SPDT slide switches connected to and for use as control inputs DIP switches connected to the module GPIOs and evaluation board peripherals to allow isolation of GPIOs and board peripherals Battery pack with two AA batteries Module Current Sense Header Support for new MeshConnect Wireless Modules may be added in the future. To find the latest version of this document, visit: Document No: (Issue C) Date Published: August, 0 Page

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction and Overview... Hardware Description... 4 LEDs... Push-buttons... USB Interface... 6 Serial Flash... 6 Module Connector... 7 Daughtercard Expansion Port... 8 Reset Push-button... 9 Piezo Buzzer... 9 Power LED... 9 Analog Input Select... 0 Potentiometer... 0 Temperature Sensor... Photocell/Photo Resistor... Power Switch... External Power Supply Header... DC Power Jack... Module Current Measurement Header... Unregulated Power Header... DIP Switches... Protection Diodes... SPDT Slide Switches... 4 USB Driver and Software Installation... 4 Installing the USB Drivers... Installing the New Hardware on the Computer... 6 Locating the COM Port Assignment... 9 Universal Evaluation Board Schematic... 0 Universal Evaluation Board Bill of Materials... Addendum: ZICM7P... Hardware Description... 4 Module Connector... 4 Data Emulation Interface... InSight Port... Universal Evaluation Board Peripherals... Pinout Listing... 6 Carrier Board Schematic... 8 Document No: (Issue C) Page

3 ZICM7P Module Daughtercard Bill of Materials... 9 Addendum: ZICM7SPx Hardware Description... Module Connector... Data Emulation Interface... InSight Port... Universal Evaluation Board Peripherals... Pinout Listing... Carrier Board Schematic - EMxSP... 4 ZICM7SPx- Module Daughtercard Bill of Materials... References... 6 Revision History... 6 Document No: (Issue C) Page

4 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION Figure. Universal Evaluation Board Document No: (Issue C) Page 4

5 LEDS The evaluation board includes five red LEDs. Four LEDs (LED0, LED, LED and LED) are connected to the General Purpose I/O (GPIO) pins of the module via the DIP switches and the module connector pins. They can be connected or disconnected from the module by toggling the corresponding DIP switches. Figure details the interface between the GPIO and the LEDs. The LEDs are active low and interfaced via a buffer allowing for the same intensity from the LED across the entire operating voltage range of the module (_Module). The fifth LED (PWR) is connected to the supply to indicate power has been supplied to the evaluation board. When supplying power via the External Power Supply Header the PWR LED will not illuminate, such that accurate current measurements can be obtained from the external supply. _MODULE 00K LED x LED 0 Figure : LED Schematic PUSH-BUTTONS The evaluation board includes five push-button switches. Four push-button switches (SW0, SW, SW and SW) are connected to the GPIO pins of the module via the DIP switches and the module connector pins. They can be connected or disconnected from the module by toggling the corresponding DIP switches. Figure details the interface between the GPIO and the push-button switches. The push-buttons are active low. Reading a released push-button will result in _Module. The fifth push-button (RESET) is connected to the target module s RESET pin. _MODULE K SWx SWx 0 nf Figure : Push-button Schematic Document No: (Issue C) Page

6 USB INTERFACE The UEVB has a single USB interface, which is connected to the target module s RS- interface via a USB to RS- transceiver. If the target module has more than one RS- interface and is programmable via one of the RS- interfaces, the USB interface is connected to the programming RS- interface. The USB interface can be used for communicating between the target module and another serial device, (i.e., a PC running a terminal program) when the target module is not in programming mode. The Silicon Laboratories CP0x family of USB to RS- transceivers is used on the UEVB followed by a level shifting IC. This allows proper logic levels to the device under test across the entire voltage operating range of the module. The USB interface can be connected or disconnected from the module by toggling the corresponding DIP switch. Hardware Flow Control (RTS/CTS) is not used. SERIAL FLASH An 8Mbit serial Flash memory is included on the UEVB for non-volatile data storage as well as Over-the-Air (OTA) updates. The serial Flash memory has a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI). The serial Flash memory found on the UEVB is manufactured by Numonyx (Part Number: MP80-VMN6TP). The serial Flash memory is connected to the SPI interface of the module (when available). The serial Flash memory can be disconnected via the DIP switches. uf 00K 00K CS S 8 WP MISO Q W HOLD C 7 6 SCK 4 VSS D MOS Figure 4: Serial Flash Schematic Document No: (Issue C) Page 6

7 MODULE CONNECTOR The module connectors are comprised of the three 0-pin headers located adjacent to the DIP switches. These connectors are utilized when connecting the module carrier board to the UEVB. Once the carrier board has been populated on the module connectors, the module located on the carrier board can be programmed and/or used in an application exercising the UEVB components. As detailed in the module datasheet(s), to achieve optimum antenna performance, the module s PCB Inverted-F antenna overhangs the UEVB. See the Antenna Section of the corresponding module datasheet for further details. Figure : Module Connector Pinout Document No: (Issue C) Page 7

8 DAUGHTERCARD EXPANSION PORT The UEVB has a 60-pin expansion port. All module I/O ports, programming signals, control signals and UEVB feature signals are routed to the expansion port. The expansion port allows for application-specific daughtercards, debugging or prototyping to be performed easily on the UEVB platform. For users who might want to create their own expansion board, the connector that mates to the UEVB expansion port is the SAMTEC FTSH-0-04-L-DA-A. Figure 6: Daughtercard Expansion Port Pinout Document No: (Issue C) Page 8

9 RESET PUSH-BUTTON The RESET push-button resets the target module when pressed. When the push-button is released the target module begins normal operation. RESET is active low. The RESET push-button can be connected or disconnected from the module by toggling the corresponding DIP switch. Figure 7: Reset Push-button Schematic PIEZO BUZZER The piezo buzzer, located on the bottom of the UEVB, is driven via a Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) signal generated from the module s microcontroller. The resonant frequency of the buzzer is 4kHz. The piezo buzzer can be connected or disconnected from the module by toggling the corresponding DIP switch. Figure 8: Piezo Buzzer Schematic POWER LED The red PWR LED is directly connected to the UEVB main power supply. The PWR LED is illuminated whenever power is supplied to the UEVB. The pin is connected to the regulator output of either the USB or external AC/DC adapter, or the battery voltage. Powering the module via the external supply header on the UEVB will not illuminate the PWR LED, so that an accurate current measurement may be obtained. However, if the USB connection is still present (in order to communicate with the device under test) when using the external supply, then the PWR LED will be illuminated. 0 PWR Figure 9: Power LED Schematic Document No: (Issue C) Page 9

10 ANALOG INPUT SELECT The UEVB contains three analog inputs: a potentiomer, a temperature sensor, or a photo resistor; however, only one input is routed to the module s actual analog interface. The Analog Input Select jumper block allows for selecting which analog device is to be connected to the module. The analog signal can be connected or disconnected from the module by toggling the corresponding DIP switch. Figure 0: Analog Input Select Pinout POTENTIOMETER One of the UEVB s analog interfaces is a potentiometer. The potentiometer is a variable resistor offering an analog voltage range of 0-.6 Volts. The potentiometer can be connected or disconnected via the Analog Input Select jumper block; Figure illustrates the potentiometer interface. Figure : Potentiometer Schematic Document No: (Issue C) Page 0

11 TEMPERATURE SENSOR One of the UEVB s analog interfaces is a temperature sensor. The temperature sensor is a variable resistor offering an analog voltage range of 0-. Volts. The temperature sensor used on the UEVB is National Semiconductor, Part Number LM0BIM7.The temperature sensor can be connected or disconnected via the Analog Input Select jumper block. Figure details the temperature sensor interconnects. 4 0nF V+ VO NC 00K 00K TEMP Figure : Temperature Sensor Schematic PHOTOCELL/PHOTO RESISTOR One of the UEVB s analog interfaces is a photo resistor. The photo resistor is a variable resistor offering an analog voltage range of 0-. Volts. The photo resistor can be connected or disconnected via the Analog Input Select jumper block; Figure illustrates the photo resistor interface. PHOTO.K Figure : Photocell/Photo Resistor Schematic Document No: (Issue C) Page

12 POWER SWITCH The three-position Slider Switch (SW4) operates in accordance with the settings given in the table below. The red PWR LED illuminates when sufficient power is applied to the evaluation board through the following supply source. Power Switch Position VREG AC Adapter Power Supply VUSB:.0V DC Jack:.0-.0V Battery.0V Description In this position the evaluation board and module are powered from either the USB interface or via an external power supply through the DC jack In this position the evaluation board and module are power from two.v type AA batteries EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY HEADER The External Power Supply Header, in conjunction with the Power Switch, allows the module to be powered via an external source. This allows the voltage seen by the module to be varied over the entire operating range. The header pins are identified below. SENSE+: Positive power supply sense line (optional) EXTERNAL : Positive power supply line (see module datasheet for valid voltage range) : Negative power supply line SENSE-: Negative power supply sense line (optional) As this header supplies power to the module only and not to any of the peripheral circuits/components on the UEVB, it is necessary to also power the evaluation board through either the USB interface or the DC input jack. DC POWER JACK An external -V center-positive (minimum 00mA at V) DC power supply can be used to supply power to the UEVB. If the DC power jack is used as the power source, the unregulated supply is also available at the Unregulated Power Header for use with application daughtercards. Note: Using an incorrect power supply (e.g., center - negative) could result in damage to the UEVB and/or target module. MODULE CURRENT MEASUREMENT HEADER This header allows for the measurement of current consumed by the module. Removing the jumper and connecting an ammeter between the two pins allows the module current to be measured (without any contributions from the evaluation board). The SENSE+ pin on the External Power Supply Header is connected to the module side of the measurement header. Figure 4: Module Current Measurement Header Schematic Make sure either an ammeter or a jumper is in place, if using the remote sense feature of any lab power supply. Document No: (Issue C) Page

13 UNREGULATED POWER HEADER When using the DC jack to power the UEVB, the unregulated input voltage is available at this header. This allows for an easy connection of higher supply voltages (if necessary) for application daughtercards. Figure : Unregulated Power Header Schematic DIP SWITCHES The UEVB utilizes two banks of DIP switches which allow for all of the peripherals located on the UEVB to be disconnected from the module. The functions of the DIP switches are detailed below as well as on the UEVB. In Figures 6 and 7, the outer signals connect to the UEVB peripherals while the inner signals of the DIP switches connect to the module connectors. Figure 6: SW00 Figure 7: SW0 PROTECTION DIODES The UEVB utilizes protection diodes to prevent an over-voltage condition on the module if an incorrect connection is made. Diode D (Diodes Inc., Part # SM0TG) from On-Semi is connected to the module supply voltage. Diode D (Diodes Inc., Part #SBR0U0SN-7) is designed to isolate the USB V from the AC/DC adapter. If the UEVB is not properly functioning, or if the regulator output is not operating at.v DC, check the voltage drop across this diode to see whether it may have been damaged. Document No: (Issue C) Page

14 SPDT SLIDE SWITCHES The UEVB has two Single-Pole Double-Throw (SPDT) slide switches (SW and SW6). One side of each switch is connected to ground, while the other side is connected to the module supply voltage through a kω pull-up resistor. The slide switches are typically connected to GPIOs, however they can serve dedicated module functions; see the Target Module Addendum Section in this document for specific details and functionality (if any). The slide switches can be connected or disconnected from the module by toggling the corresponding DIP switch. Figure 8: SPDT Slide Switch Schematic USB DRIVER AND SOFTWARE INSTALLATION In order to use the CEL UEVB, it is necessary to install the USB driver. Do not connect the CEL UEVB to the computer prior to running the USB driver installation. The USB driver installation must be completed outside of the CEL software tools installation. The USB driver installation is a two-step process. The first step installs the USB drivers, such that when a valid device is detected the drivers are automatically installed. The second step is the automatic installation of the drivers. Document No: (Issue C) Page 4

15 Installing the USB Drivers The following is the procedure to decompress the drivers:. Double-click CP0x_VCPInstaller.exe executable; if prompted by an Open File Security Warning dialog box, click Run. When the Silicon Laboratories CP0x USB to UART Bridge Driver Installer dialog is displayed, accept the default installation location and click Install Figure 9: Silicon Labs CP0X Driver Installation. Once the installation has completed successfully, click OK Figure 0: Silicon Labs CP0X Driver Installation Successful Document No: (Issue C) Page

16 Installing the New Hardware on the Computer. Once the USB Driver installation has completed, attach the CEL UEVB to the computer. The UEVB USB interface is powered directly from the USB interface. If it is the first time the UEVB is connected to the computer, the dialog box in Figure will appear: Figure : Screen, New Hardware Wizard (Installation Method). Either of the two choices given in Figure will correctly install the new hardware onto the PC, but the automatic installation will take more time as it must search for the driver software. If the CP0x drivers have been installed in the default destination directory, choose Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) and click Next.. In the Please choose your search and installation options dialog, un-check the Search removable media (floppy, CD-ROM ) and check the Include this location in the search: check boxes, as shown in Figure. Figure : Screen, New Hardware Wizard (Choosing to Search for Driver) Document No: (Issue C) Page 6

17 4. Click Browse and navigate to the C:\SiLabs\MCU\CP0x\Windows_XP_SK_Vista_7 directory and click OK.. Upon completing the search field, click Next. Figure : Screen, New Hardware Wizard (Driver Location) 6. The screens in Figure 4 and Figure will appear while the driver file is being initialized. When this process is complete, Figure 6 will appear. Click Finish. Figure 4: Screen, New Hardware Wizard (Setting a System Restore Point) Document No: (Issue C) Page 7

18 Figure : Screen, New Hardware Wizard (Installation Status) Figure 6: Screen, New Hardware Wizard 7. If Windows prompts to reboot the system due to a system settings change, click Yes to complete the instalation. 8. The hardware drivers for the USB-connected UEVB have now been successfully enumerated. Document No: (Issue C) Page 8

19 Locating the COM Port Assignment Once the USB driver has been successfully installed, a Virtual COM port has been created. In order to interface to the various front-end tools, the COM port assignment is needed. The Windows Device Manager can be used to identify the assigned COM port as well as verify that the drivers have been properly installed. To determine which COM port has been assigned to the UEVB, please follow the steps listed below:. Right-click on the My Computer icon on your computer s desktop, or the My Computer entry from the Start Menu.. Select Properties. The System Properties window will be displayed.. Click the Hardware tab and then click the Device Manager button. The Device Manager will be displayed. 4. Scroll-down and expand the Ports (COM & LPT) section; one of the items in the list of available ports should read Silicon Labs CP0x USB to UART Bridge (COM#), where # is the assigned COM port. In the screenshot shown in Figure 7, the assigned COM port number is. Figure 7: CP0 COM Port Assignment. Take note of the assigned COM port, as it will be needed when the UEVB is used with the front-end software. Document No: (Issue C) Page 9

20 D C B 4 REVISION RECORD J Debug Adpater VDC Source P D DC Supplies & Switch with Sense USB Communication VIN U6 VOUT : A to B : B to A Level Shifters DUT Communication V =.V nominal C 0nF SENSE+ External_ SENSE- ISSUE X0 PRELIMINARY DESCRIPTION: DATE: 60 Pin connectors to interface to ATE & Debug 0 Pin Connector X to interface to Daughtercard 0//00 X REVISED PER SPREAD SHEET -9-0 X REVISED PER SPREAD SHEET 0-6- X REVISED PER SPREAD SHEET X4 REVISED PER ECR# Peripherals LEDs PHOTO CELL LED0 LED RED LED LED RED LED LED RED LED LED RED 0 R0 0 R PWR LED RED Power ON Temperature Sensor LM0BIM7_SENSOR_SC70-_NAT TEMP_SENSE Scaled to.v Button 0 Button Button Button Reset Button 4 Buzzer SPK Drawing Title: Size Document Number C Date: March, 00 UNIVERSAL EVAL MAIN CARD Sheet of ISSUE X4 D C B A + - BC 46 + C 00µF 6V J0 Pin Conn. VOUT 0nF R0 6V J C 0uF 6V C4 0nF 4 SW 4 SW0 4 RESET 4 ADJ C4 0uF 6V R 00 0uF C9 C7 uf USB-B 6 SHIELD SHIELD 4 DATA+ DATA- VUSB J 4 C6 uf uf C8 R R7 D 4 C CA A 4A A A C uf D D4 R SW0 SW K R4 K R SW K SW 0 R 0 R R6 K R 0 R8 K C9 0nF C0 0nF 4 C7 0nF SW 4 C8 0nF SW 6 SW4 J Pin Conn. VUSB J7 Pin Conn. C 6 B OE 4 OE B B CCA DIR DIR A A B A Z Z4 0 B A 9 U4 C6 0nF C 0nF R4 00K C uf R6 00K C uf R9 00K R8 00K OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF SW00 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON SW0_M 0 J J4 ON OFF SW_M PA.0 PB. ON OFF SW_M PA. PB. ON OFF PA. PB.4 SW_M 4 PA. PB. ON OFF 0 0 LED0_M PA.4 PB.6 ON OFF PA. PB.7 LED_M 6 4 PA.6 PC.0 4 ON OFF 6 6 LED_M PA.7 PC ON OFF PB.0 PC. LED_M 8 0 PB. PC. 9 0 ON OFF RESET_M 9 ON OFF BUZZER_M 0 ON OFF R7 00K R 00K C uf R7 K SW SPDT S Q W U HOLD C 4 VSS D _MODULE R K SW6 SPDT R9 0K POT CW J Z NP J6 Pin Conn. NP Z CONN_RCPT_X0_SFMH-0-0-L-D-LC J SW0 R4 00K R 00K R 00K R 00K C 0nF C0 0nF C 0nF A U Y 4 A Y NC7WZ07P6X_IC_BUFF_SC706_FAIR A U Y 4 A Y NC7WZ07P6X_IC_BUFF_SC706_FAIR NC 0 NC 9 NC 8 NC 7 NC 6 NC NC 0 U DCD RI D+ 4 D- 6 VDD 7 REGIN 8 VBUS 9 RST 0 NC SUSPEND SUSPEND NC 4 NC NC CTS RTS RXD TXD DSR DTR CP0 D 4 V+ VO TEMP U7 NC.K R6 R8 R9 R0 R R6 CP_RXD _MODULE CP_TXD R 0K _MODULE_SENSE JMP JMP BT J8 POT ANALOG TEMP CONN_HDR_X_874- Pin HDR J9 CONN_HDR_X Pin HDR C4 0nF R4 00K R 00K MH PCB PCB MH MH4 MH VUSB _MODULE_SENSE CP_RXD CP_TXD MOSI SCK WP MISO CS ANALOG ISP ISP CP_RXD_M CP_TXD_M MOSI_M SCK_M MISO_M CS_M POT_M ISP_M ISP_M JMP JMP STANDOFF 9466A4 STANDOFF SCREW SCREW STANDOFF 9466A4 STANDOFF4 NUT NUT SW0 SW SW SW LED0 LED LED LED RESET BUZZER PC.4 PC. PC.6 PC.7 P0 P P P P4 P P6 P7 P8 P9 P0 P P P _MODULE _MODULE _MODULE CP_RXD_M CP_TXD_M MOSI_M SCK_M MISO_M CS_M POT_M ISP_M ISP_M _MODULE_SENSE P P P9 P7 P PC. PC.7 P P PB. PB. PB.4 PB. PB.6 PB.7 PC.0 PC. PC. PC. PA.0 PA. PA. PA. PA.4 PA. PA.6 PA.7 PB.0 PB. P P0 P8 P6 PC.4 PC.6 P0 P P4 SW0_M SW_M SW_M SW_M LED0_M LED_M LED_M LED_M RESET_M BUZZER_M _MODULE_SENSE _MODULE 9466A4 9466A4 LED0 LED LED LED _MODULE _MODULE _MODULE _MODULE _MODULE WP CS MISO _MODULE ISP SCK MOSI _MODULE PHOTO PHOTO RESET ISP POT BUZZER

21 UNIVERSAL EVALUATION BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS Universal Eval Main Card-X4 Item Qty Reference Value Part Number Manufacturer Description Digikey # Mouser # Part Name BC KEYSTONE PCB Battery Holder xaa 46K-ND _BAT_XAA,46 BT 4K-K PHOTOCELL 4K-K OHM PDV-P900-4K-K-OHM- PDV-P900 API PDV-P900-ND N/A Ohm 4.0MM 4.0MM-0V-API,4K-K Ohm C- C4 C7-0 C CAP CER 0000PF V 0% CAPC_040_0NF_V_0%_ 0nF GRMR7E0KA0D MURATA ND 8-GRM6X0K C6 C0 X7R 040 MUR_IPC_P,0nF,0% C-4 CAPE_6.MM_00UF_6V_0%_ 4 C 00µF UWXC0MCLGB NICHICON CAP 00UF 6V ELECT WX SMD ND 647-UWXC0MCL NICH_IPC_P,00µF,±0% C C4 C9 0uF GRMBR6C06KEL MURATA CAP CER 0UF 6V XR ND 8-GRMBR6C06KE CAPC_080_0UF_6V_0%_ MUR_IPC_P,0uF,0% 6 7 C-6 C- CAPC_040_UF_0V_0%_ uf GRMR6A0KED MURATA CAP CER UF 0V XR ND 8-GRMR6A0KE C7-8 C MUR_IPC_P,uF,0% SM0TG_TVS_DUAL_ 7 D D4- SM0T SM0TG ON SEMI DUAL TVS - COMMON CATHODE SM0TGOSCT-ND 86-SM0TG SOT_00W_V_ONS,SM0T 8 D- DIODE SBR0U0SN-7 Diodes Inc DIODE SBR 0.A 0V SC9 SBR0U0SNDITR-ND 6-SBR0U0SN-7 SBR0U0SN_SC-9_ DIODESI,DIODE 9 J 60POS HORIZONTAL MOUNT MICRO CONN_RCPT_X0_SFMH-0- SFMH-0-0-L-D-LC Samtec Inc N/A N/A RCPT SOCKET STRIP 60 POS 0-L-D-LC,60POS RCPT CONN_HDR_4X_-0-04,4-0 J 4-PIN MOLEX 4 PIN 0." HEADER WM74-ND PIN J USB-B 904- AMP/TYCO CONN USB RECEPT R/A TYPE B 4POS A7-ND CONN_USB_904-,USB-B J PJ-0A PJ-0A CUI STACK.mm DC POWER JACK CP-0A-ND N/A JACK_MM_DC_PJ0A,PJ-0A J-4 RCPT 0 CONN HEADER 0POS DUAL CONN_RCPT_SMD_0X_TMM- TMM-0-0-S-D-SM-A Samtec N/A N/A x MM SMD 0-0-S-D-SM-A,RCPT 0 x 4 J J0 Pin CONN_HDR_X_-0-0, -0-0 MOLEX HDR X TH 00MIL SP 0H AU WM7-ND Conn. Pin Conn. J8 Pin HDR 874- TYCO CONN HEADER VERT.00 POS CONN_HDR_X_874-, A64-ND AU Pin HDR 6 J9 Pin HDR 874- Tyco CONN HEADER VERT.00 POS Electronics AU A64-ND N/A CONN_HDR_X, Pin HDR SHORTING JUMPER GLD/ 7 JMP, JMP M NICKEL BLUE ND JUMPER,JMP 8 LED0- LED_060_RED_.9V_PANA_ LED RED LNJ4R8RA PANASONIC LED RED USS TYPE 060 P466CT-ND N/A PWR IPC_P,LED RED 9 NUT- 4-40UNC 906A00 MCMASTER- Nylon-insert Hex Locknut, 4-40 CARR Thread Size, /4" Width, N/A N/A NUT,4-40UNC 0 PCB PCB ANY APPLICATIONS INTERFACE PCB N/A N/A PCB,PCB POT 0K M6P0KB0T607 VISHAY Potentiometers /8 SQ 0Kohms VRES_0MM_00-M_W_0%_ N/A 94-6P0T7 0% Single Turn, Cermet VISH,0K R0- R 0 RC040JR-070RL YAGEO RES 0 OHM /6W % 040 SMD -0JRTR-ND N/A RES_040_0_/6W_%_YAG_ IPC_P,0,% R R7 RK7BETTP0J KOA SPEER 040 SMD Thick Film Chip Resistors /6watts ohms % N/A 660-RK7BETTP0J RES_040 /6W_%_KOA_ IPC_P,,% Document No: (Issue C) Page

22 Item Qty Reference Value Part Number Manufacturer Description Digikey # Mouser # Part Name 4 R- R7 R4 R6 R8-9 R4-00K RC040FR-0700KL YAGEO R0 RK7HETTP0F KOA SPEER 6 R 00 RC040JR-0700RL YAGEO 7 R6.K RC040JR-07KL YAGEO 8 R6 R8- RC040JR-07RL YAGEO 9 7 R8 R-7 K RC040FR-07KL YAGEO 0 R9 R 0K RC040FR-070KL YAGEO RESET SW0- TACTILE SWITCH BS-00P OMRON SCREW- 4-40UNC 4-40 X /6" ANY SPK 76dB CEP-60 CUI 4 4 STANDOFF-4 STANDOFF 9466A4 CARR SW00-0 DIP switch 90HBW0PT Grayhill RES 00K OHM /6W % 040 SMD -00KLRCT-ND N/A RES_040_00K_/6W_%_YAG_ IPC_P,00K,% 040 SMD Thick Film Chip Resistors /6watts ohms % IPC_P, N/A 660-RK7HETTP0F RES_040 /6W_%_KOA_ RES 00 OHM /6W % 040 SMD RES.K OHM /6W % 040 SMD RES OHM /6 W % 040 SMD RES.00K OHM /6W % 040 SMD RES 0.0K OHM /6W % 040 SMD MOMENTARY LIGHT TOUCH SMT SWITCH W/ ESD 4-40 X /6" MACHINE SCREW FLAT PHILIPS HEAD, for Battery Holder BUZZER PIEZO 4KHZ 4MM EXT DRIVE /4" PLASTIC SNAP-IN STANDOFF, for four corners SWITCH 0POS DIP GULL SEALED SMD -00JRCT-ND -.KJRCT-ND -JRCT-ND -.00KLRCT-ND -0.0KLRCT-ND SW844CT-ND N/A 60-RC040JR-07KL 60-RC040JR-07RL N/A 60-RC040FR-070KL 6-BS-00P RES_040_00_/6W_%_YAG_ IPC_P,00,±% RES_040_.K_/6W_%_YAG_ IPC_P,.K,% RES_040 /6W_%_YAG_ IPC_P,,% RES_040_K_/6W_%_YAG_ IPC_P,K,% RES_040_0K_/6W_%_YAG_ IPC_P,0K,% BS-00P_.0A_4V_SW_ OMR,TACTILE SWITCH N/A N/A SCREW,4-40UNC 0--ND N/A BUZZER_CEP60_70DB_CUI,76dB N/A N/A STANDOFF/4,STANDOFF GH744-ND 6 SW4 PT MSTSK APEM Slide Switches PT MINI SLIDE ND 64-MSTSK 7 SW-6 SPDT MAR/TR 8 U- Buffer NC7WZ07P6X 9 U 40 U4 FLASH MEM 4-Bit Level shifter MP80-VMN6TP SN74AVC4T4PW 4 U CP0 CP0-GM 4 U6 ADJ REG LD7SC-R 4 U7 SENSOR LM0BIM7/NOPB APEM Components Fairchild Semiconductor Numonyx/ST Micro Texas Instruments Silicon Laboratories Inc ST Microelectronics National Semiconductor MICRO-MINIATURE SMT SLIDE SWITCH IC BUFF DL UHS O/DRAIN SC706 IC FLASH 8MBIT 7MHZ 8SOIC Logic - Voltage Level Translation 4-Bit Dual-Supply Bus Xcvr IC USB-TO-UART BRIDGE 8MLP ND ND MCMASTER- NC7WZ07P6XTR- MP80- VMN6TPTR-ND N/A 64-MAR -NC7WZ07P6X -MP80-VMN6TP 90HBW0PT_DIP_0P_ GREYHILL,DIP switch MSTSK_PT_MINI_ APEM,PT SPDT-MAR_00MA_4VDC_ APEM,SPDT NC7WZ07P6X_IC_BUFF_SC706_ FAIR,Buffer MP80_MEM_SO8N_ STMICRO,FLASH MEM N/A 9-SN74AVC4T4PW SN74AVC4T4D_4-BIT_LEVEL_ SHIFTER_TEXAS,4-Bit Level shifter 6-60-ND 64-CP0-GM LDO Adjustable Regulator.A ND -LD7SC-R IC TEMPERATURE SENSOR SC-70- LM0BIM7/ NOPBTR-ND N/A CP0-GMR_USBUART_SLI_ WVIA,CP0 LD7SC-R_SOT_.A_REG_ STM,ADJ REG LM0BIM7_SENSOR_SC70-_ NAT,SENSOR,±. C Document No: (Issue C) Page

23 ADDENDUM: ZICM7P CEL s MeshConnect EM7 Module combines a high performance RF solution with the market s premier ZigBee stack. The integrated Power Amplifier (PA) maximizes range and performance. The small module footprint makes it suitable for a wide range of ZigBee applications. The MeshConnect EM7 Module is certified and qualified, enabling customers to accelerate time to market by greatly reducing the design and certification phases of development. CEL s MeshConnect EM7 Module (ZICM7P-) is based on the Ember EM7 ZigBee compliant System on Chip (SoC) IC. The IC is a single-chip solution, compliant with ZigBee specifications and IEEE 80..4; a complete wireless solution for all ZigBee applications. The IC consists of an RF transceiver with the baseband modem, a hardwired MAC and an embedded -bit ARM Cortex -M microcontroller with internal RAM (kb) and Flash (9kB) memory. The device provides numerous general-purpose I/O pins and peripheral functions such as timers and UARTs. The MeshConnect EM7 Module adds a PA to increase range, provide more reliable transmissions, and reduce the number of nodes in your network. It is especially useful for open outdoor applications where the nodes are physically far apart or for indoor use where the nodes have to operate in a noisy RF environment. The module s outstanding 0dB link budget ensures high quality connections even in such harsh RF environments. The MeshConnect EM7 Module also integrates a MB Flash memory (off-chip) for OTA program updates, making this device ready for Smart Energy Applications. Document No: (Issue C) Page

24 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION Module Connector Figure 8 identifies the ZICM7P- Module pins and their connections to the DIP switches, which can be used for isolation, on the UEVB. The same information is listed in tabular format on Page 6. It includes pin numbers (both IC and module) as well as the pin numbers of the DIP switches. All module pins are hardwired to ground. PB PB PB MODULE_TXD_M MODULE_RXD_M MOSI_M SCK_M WP_M MISO_M CS_M ANALOG_M SW6_M SW_M PA.0 PA. PA. PA. PA.4 PA. PA.6 PA.7 PB.0 PB. PA0 PA PA PA PA4 PA PA6 PA7 PB0 PB PB PB PB4 PB PB6 PB7 PC0 PC PC PC PB. PB. PB.4 PB. PB.6 PB.7 PC.0 PC. PC. PC. SW0_M SW_M SW_M SW._M LED0_M LED_M LED_M LED_M RESET_M BUZZER_M PB6 PB0 PB PB4 PA6 PA7 PC6 PC P PB7 PC4 PC6 PC7 P0 P P PC.4 PC. PC.6 PC.7 P0 P P P P4 _MOD_SENSE P P6 P7 P8 P9 P0 P P P Figure 8: ZICM7P- Module Connector Interface Document No: (Issue C) Page 4

25 Data Emulation Interface Figure 9 identifies the ZICM7P- Module s pins and their connections to the Data Emulation Interface (DEI) on the UEVB carrier board. The DEI is used in conjunction with the Ember InSight Adapter (ISA). Note: PB and PB are also connected to the evaluation board USB interface. If the DEI connector is used for UART communications, the RXD and TXD DIP switches on the UEVB must be switched to the OFF position to avoid contention. N/C PC6 PB4 PB6 PC PB0 PB PB PB N/C PA7 Figure 9: Data Emulation Interface Schematic InSight Port Figure 0 identifies the ZICM7P- Module s pins and their connections to the InSight Port on the UEVB carrier board. The InSight Port is used for debugging and programming in conjunction with the Ember InSight Adapter (ISA). N/C PC0 PC4 PA4 PC PC P P PA Figure 0: InSight Port Schematic Universal Evaluation Board Peripherals The ZICM7P- Module is connected to all the peripherals on the UEVB except for the two SPDT slide switches and the Serial Flash memory (as the module already has an 8 Mbit memory on-module). Document No: (Issue C) Page

26 Pinout Listing Module Pin # IC Pin Name DIP Switch 49 GROUND Ground Supply Description WP On-module Flash memory Write Protect (WP), Internal Pull-up PA0 Dedicated as SCMOSI, Connected to On-module Flash memory 4 PA Dedicated as SCMISO, Connected to On-module Flash memory, Internal Pulldown 4 PA Dedicated as SCSCLK, Connected to On-module Flash memory 6 PA Dedicated as SCnSSEL Connected to On-module Flash memory, Internal Pull-up 7 49 GROUND Ground Supply 8 6,, 8, 7 9 RESET SW0: 0 PC6 SW0:4 4 PC7 8 PA7 SW0: 9 PB SW0:8 4 0 PB4 SW0:7 Power Supply nreset, Internal Pull-up. When SW0: is "ON" this pin is connected to the RESET push-button. This pin is also hardwired to the InSight Port. Digital I/O. When SW0:4 is "ON" this pin is connected to LED. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. Digital I/O. When SW0: is "ON" this pin is connected to LED. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. Digital I/O. When SW0:8 is "ON" this pin is connected to the SW push-button. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. Digital I/O. When SW0:7 is "ON" this pin is connected to the SW push-button. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. 6 PA4 Digital I/O. This pin is also hardwired to the InSight Port. 6 7 PA Digital I/O. This pin is also hardwired to the InSight Port. 7 9 PA6 SW0:6 Digital I/O. When SW0:6 is "ON" this pin is connected to LED PB SW00: 9 49 GROUND Ground Supply 0 49 GROUND Ground Supply 49 GROUND Ground Supply PB SW00: Digital I/O. When SW00: is "ON" this pin is connected to the USB interface. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. Digital I/O. When SW00: is "ON" this pin is connected to the USB interface. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. JTCK JTAG Clock. This pin is also hardwired to the InSight Port. 4 PC Digital I/O. This pin is also hardwired to the InSight Port. NC No Connect 6 4 PC Digital I/O. This pin is also hardwired to the InSight Port. 7 PC4 Digital I/O. This pin is also hardwired to the InSight Port GROUND Ground Supply Document No: (Issue C) Page 6

27 Module Pin # IC Pin Name DIP Switch 9 6 PB0 SW0:9 0 8 PC SW0: Description Digital I/O. When SW0:9 is "ON" this pin is connected to the SW push-button. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. Digital I/O. When SW0: is "ON" this pin is connected to LED. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. 40 PC0 Digital I/O. This pin is also hardwired to the InSight Port. NC No Connect 4 PB7 SW0: Digital I/O. When SW0: is "ON" this pin is connected to the Piezo Buzzer 4 4 PB6 SW0:0 4 PB SW00: GROUND Ground Supply 7 49 GROUND Ground Supply 8 49 GROUND Ground Supply 9 NC No Connect 40 NC No Connect 4 NC No Connect 4 NC No Connect 4 NC No Connect 44 NC No Connect 4 49 GROUND Ground Supply GROUND Ground Supply GROUND Ground Supply GROUND Ground Supply GROUND Ground Supply 0 49 GROUND Ground Supply 49 GROUND Ground Supply 49 GROUND Ground Supply 49 GROUND Ground Supply 4 49 GROUND Ground Supply 49 GROUND Ground Supply 6 49 GROUND Ground Supply Digital I/O. When SW0:0 is "ON" this pin is connected to the SW0 push-button. This pin is also hardwired to the Data Emulation Interface. Analog I/O. When SW00:8 is "ON" this pin is connected to the Analog Input Select header. Document No: (Issue C) Page 7

28 CP TXD = Module RXD WP PA0 PA PA PA RESET PC6 PC7 PA7 PB PB4 PA4 PA PA6 PB REVISION RECORD ISSUE DESCRIPTION: DATE: X0 PRELIMINARY /4/00 NC NC NC NC NC NC Drawing Title: EM7 MODULE DAUGHTER CARD SCHEMATIC Size Document Number C March, 00 Date: Sheet of ISSUE X A PB JTCK PC NC PC PC4 PB0 PC PC0 NC PB7 PB6 PB DEI CONNECTOR ISA CONNECTOR NC NC NC P0: WP P: JCLK P: RESET X REVISED PER SPREADSHEET 0/0/ X REVISED PER SPREADSHEET 0// X REVISED PER SPREADSHEET 0/0/ X4 INITIAL RELEASE REVISED PER SPREADSHEET 04// X REVISED PER ECR#0004 0/8/ U CP_RXD_DC CP_TXD_DC MOSI_DC SCK_DC WP_DC MISO_DC CS_DC POT_DC ISP_DC ISP_DC PA.0_DC PA._DC PA._DC PA._DC PA.4_DC PA._DC PA.6_DC PA.7_DC PB.0_DC PB._DC PB._DC SW0_DC PB._DC SW_DC 49 0 PB.4_DC SW_DC PB._DC SW_DC 4 PB.6_DC LED0_DC 6 PB.7_DC LED_DC 7 8 PC.0_DC LED_DC 9 60 PC._DC LED_DC 6 6 PC._DC RESET_DC 6 64 PC._DC BUZZER_DC J J CONN_HDR_6X_-069-4_AMP Header 6 x J 4 0 SAMTEC_FTSH-0-0-F-DV-K PB.6_DC PB.0_DC PB._DC PB.4_DC PA.6_DC PA.7_DC PC.6_DC PC._DC P_DC PB.7_DC P0_DC PA.0_DC PA._DC PA._DC PA._DC _DC P_DC PC.6_DC PC.7_DC PA.7_DC PB._DC PB.4_DC PA.4_DC PA._DC PA.6_DC PB._DC PCB J J4 AM CEL_LOGO PC.6_DC PC.7_DC P0_DC P_DC P_DC _DC PC.4_DC P_DC 4 PC._DC P6_DC 6 PC.6_DC P7_DC 7 8 PC.7_DC P8_DC 9 0 P0_DC P9_DC P_DC P0_DC 4 P_DC P_DC 6 P_DC P_DC 7 8 P4_DC P_DC 9 0 _DC PB._DC P_DC PC._DC PC._DC PC.4_DC PB.0_DC PC._DC PC.0_DC PB.7_DC PB.6_DC PB._DC CARRIER BOARD SCHEMATIC PB._DC PB._DC PB._DC PA.0_DC PA._DC PA._DC PA._DC PA.4_DC PA._DC PA.6_DC PA.7_DC PB.0_DC PB._DC PB._DC PB._DC PB.4_DC PB._DC PB.6_DC PB.7_DC PC.0_DC PC._DC PC._DC PC._DC PC.4_DC PB._DC PB._DC PB._DC PA.7_DC PC.6_DC PB.4_DC PB.6_DC PC._DC PB.0_DC PC.0_DC PC.4_DC PA.4_DC PC._DC PC._DC P_DC JTCK P_DC RESET PA._DC

29 ZICM7P MODULE DAUGHTERCARD BILL OF MATERIALS EM7 Universal Daughtercard Module Issue X Item Qty Reference Value Part Number Manufacturer Description Part Name J Header 6 x Tyco Electronics CONN HEADER VERT.00 POS AU CONN_HDR_6X_-069-4_AMP,Header 6 x J CONN 0p FTSH-0-0-F-DV-K SAMTEC HEADER CONNECTOR,PCB MNT,RECEPT,0 CONTACTS,PIN,0.00 PITCH SAMTEC_FTSH-0-0-F-DV-K,CONN 0p J- RCPT 0 x TLE-0-0-G-DV-A Samtec CONN RCPT MM 0POS BOARD TO BOARD CONN,RCPT 0 x 4 PCB PCB Custom BARE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PCB,PCB Document No: (Issue C) Page 9

30 ADDENDUM: ZICM7SPx- CEL s MeshConnect EM7 Mini Modules combine high performance RF solutions with the market s premier ZigBee stack. Available in low and high output power options (+8dBm and +0dBm), these modules can accommodate variable range and performance requirements. The tiny module footprint makes them suitable for a wide range of ZigBee applications. The MeshConnect EM7 Mini Modules are certified and qualified, enabling customers to accelerate time to market by greatly reducing the design and certification phases of development. CEL s MeshConnect EM7 Mini Modules (ZICM7SP0 and ZICM7SP) are based on the Ember EM7 Zigbee compliant SoC radio IC. The IC is a single-chip solution, compliant with ZigBee specifications and IEEE 80..4; a complete wireless solution for all ZigBee applications. The IC consists of an RF transceiver with the baseband modem, a hardwired MAC and an embedded -bit ARM Cortex -M microcontroller with internal RAM (kb) and Flash (9kB) memory. The device provides numerous general-purpose I/O pins and peripheral functions such as timers and UARTs. Document No: (Issue C) Page 0

31 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION Module Connector Figure identifies the ZICM7SPx- module pins and their connections to the DIP switches, which can be used for isolation, on the UEVB. The same information is listed in tabular format on Page. It includes pin numbers (both IC and module) as well as the pin numbers of the DIP switches. All module pins are hardwired to ground. PB PB PA0 PA PA PA PB MODULE_TXD_M MODULE_RXD_M MOSI_M SCK_M WP_M MISO_M CS_M ANALOG_M SW6_M SW_M PA.0 PA. PA. PA. PA.4 PA. PA.6 PA.7 PB.0 PB. PA4 PA PC0 PC PC PB. PB. PB.4 PB. PB.6 PB.7 PC.0 PC. PC. PC. SW0_M SW_M SW_M SW._M LED0_M LED_M LED_M LED_M RESET_M BUZZER_M PB6 PB0 PB PB4 PA6 PA7 PC6 PC P PB7 PC4 PC PC7 P PC.4 PC. PC.6 PC.7 P0 P P P P4 _MOD_SENSE P P6 P7 P8 P9 P0 P P P Figure : ZICM7SPx- Module Connector Interface Document No: (Issue C) Page

32 Data Emulation Interface Figure identifies the ZICM7SPx- module s pins and their connections to the DEI on the UEVB carrier board. The DEI is used in conjunction with the Ember InSight Adapter (ISA). Note: PB and PB are also connected to the evaluation board USB interface. If the DEI connector is used for UART communications, the RXD and TXD DIP switches on the UEVB must be switched to the OFF position to avoid contention. PC6 PB4 PB6 PC PB0 PB PB PB N/C PA7 Figure : Data Emulation Interface Schematic InSight Port Figure identifies the ZICM7SPx- module s pins and their connections to the InSight Port on the UEVB carrier board. The InSight Port is used for debugging and programming in conjunction with the Ember InSight Adapter (ISA). PC0 PC4 PA4 PC PC P P PA Figure : InSight Port Schematic Universal Evaluation Board Peripherals The ZICM7SPx- Module is connected to all the peripherals on the UEVB except for the two SPDT slide switches. Document No: (Issue C) Page

33 Pinout Listing Module Pin # IC Pin Name DIP Switch Description,,,, 49 GROUND Ground Supply PC Digital I/O (ZICM7SP0-), N/C (ZICM7SP-) 4 RESET SW0: Active Low chip reset (Input) PC6 SW0:4 Digital I/O 6 4 PC7 Digital I/O 7 8 PA7 SW0: Digital I/O 8 9 PB SW0:8 Digital I/O 9 0 PB4 SW0:7 Digital I/O 0 PA0 SW00: Digital I/O PA SW00:6 Digital I/O 6,, 8, PA SW00:4 Digital I/O PA SW00:7 Digital I/O 6 6 PA4 Digital I/O 7 7 PA Digital I/O 8 9 PA6 SW0:6 Digital I/O 9 0 PB SW00: Digital I/O 0 PB SW00: Digital I/O JTCK PC Digital I/O 4 PC Digital I/O 4 PC4 Digital I/O 6 PB0 SW0:9 Digital I/O 6 8 PC SW0: Digital I/O 7 40 PC0 Digital I/O 8 4 PB7 SW0: Digital I/O 9 4 PB6 SW0:0 Digital I/O 0 4 PB SW00:8 Digital I/O JTAG clock input from debugger SWCLK - Serial Wire clock input/output with debugger NC RF Out Castellation Pin for external Antenna Document No: (Issue C) Page

34 CP TXD = Module RXD CP_RXD_DC CP_TXD_DC MOSI_DC SCK_DC WP_DC MISO_DC CS_DC POT_DC ISP_DC ISP_DC PA.0_DC PA._DC PA._DC PA._DC PA.4_DC PA._DC PA.6_DC PA.7_DC PB.0_DC PB._DC J 4 46 PB._DC SW0_DC PB._DC SW_DC 49 0 PB.4_DC SW_DC PB._DC SW_DC 4 PB.6_DC LED0_DC 6 PB.7_DC LED_DC 7 8 PC.0_DC LED_DC 9 60 PC._DC LED_DC 6 6 PC._DC RESET_DC 6 64 PC._DC BUZZER_DC P: JCLK P: RESET NC J CONN_HDR_6X_-069-4_AMP Header 6 x DEI CONNECTOR J 4 0 SAMTEC_FTSH-0-0-F-DV-K ISA CONNECTOR JTCK RESET PCB J J4 REVISION RECORD ISSUE DESCRIPTION: DATE: X0 PRELIMINARY /0/0 X REVISED PER SPREADSHEET 0/6/ X REVISED PER SPREADSHEET 06// J6 AM CEL_LOGO Drawing Title: EMxSP MODULE DAUGHTER CARD SCHEMATIC Size Document Number C Dec 0, 0 Date: Sheet of ISSUE X A PC.4_DC P_DC 4 PC._DC P6_DC 6 PC.6_DC P7_DC 7 8 PC.7_DC P8_DC 9 0 P0_DC P9_DC P_DC P0_DC 4 P_DC P_DC 6 P_DC P_DC 7 8 P4_DC P_DC 9 0 _DC NP SW Pin Conn. R NP SW Pin Conn. NP PC 4 RESET PC6 6 PC7 7 PA7 8 PB 9 PB4 0 PA0 PA RF_PROBE 0 PB PB._DC 9 PB6 PB.6_DC PB7 8 PC0 7 PC 6 PB0 PC4 4 PC PC R NP SW Pin Conn. NP R NP _V 4 PA PA 6 PA4 7 PA 8 PA6 9 PB 0 PB JTCK PB.6_DC PB.0_DC PB._DC PB.4_DC PA.6_DC PA.7_DC PC.6_DC PC._DC P_DC PB.7_DC PA.0_DC PA._DC U _DC PA._DC PA._DC PA.4_DC PA._DC PA.6_DC PB._DC PB._DC P_DC CARRIER BOARD SCHEMATIC EMXSP PB._DC PB._DC PA.0_DC PA._DC PA._DC PA._DC PB._DC PA.4_DC PA._DC PC.0_DC PC._DC PC._DC PB._DC PB._DC PB._DC PA.7_DC PC.0_DC PC.4_DC PA.4_DC _DC PC.6_DC PB.4_DC PB.6_DC PC._DC PB.0_DC PC._DC PC._DC P_DC P_DC PA._DC PC._DC P_DC PC.6_DC PC.7_DC PA.7_DC PB._DC PB.4_DC PB.7_DC PC.0_DC PC._DC PB.0_DC PC.4_DC PC._DC PC._DC PB.0_DC PB._DC PB.4_DC PC.4_DC PC._DC PC.7_DC P_DC _DC

35 ZICM7SPX- MODULE DAUGHTERCARD BILL OF MATERIALS EMxSP Universal Daughtercard Module Issue X Item Qty Reference Value Part Number Manufacturer Description Part Name J CONN 0p FTSH-0-0-F-DV-K SAMTEC HEADER CONNECTOR,PCB MNT,RECEPT,0 CONTACTS,PIN,0.00 PITCH SAMTEC_FTSH-0-0-F-DV-K J J4 J RCPT 0 x TLE-0-0-G-DV-A Samtec CONN RCPT MM 0POS BOARD TO BOARD CONN J6 Microwave Coaxial Connector U.FL-R-SMT(0) Hirose Electric Co Ltd CONN RECPT ULTRA-MINI COAX SMD U.FL-R-SMT(0)_COAXIAL_ CONN_6GHZ_HIRO 4 PCB PCB BARE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PCB Document No: (Issue C) Page

36 REFERENCES Reference Documents ZICM7SPx Datasheet - EM7 Mini Modules (ZICM7SP0-, ZICM7SP0-C, ZICM7SP-, ZICM7SP-C) Download Link REVISION HISTORY Previous Versions Changes to Current Version Page(s) (Issue A) October, (Issue B) February 0, (Issue C) August, 0 Initial Release Added ZICM7SPx- Addendum Information, Style Change and New Document Template Removed ZICM7P Datasheet from Reference Documents Table Added link for Technical Assistance N/A All 6, 7 Document No: (Issue C) Page 6

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