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ADIS16130 quick start guide and bias optimization tips

Posted: 14 Jun 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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The ADIS16130 comes in a plastic housing that provides four mounting holes accommodating either M2 or 2-56 machine screws. This package enables both connector-up and connector-down mounting approaches. Figure 2 provides a mechanical diagram for a system using the connector-down approach. In comparison, the connector-up approach uses the same hole pattern for the four mounting screws but requires an additional cable/connector interface for electrical connection. The connector provides a standard, dual-row, 1mm pitch that offers many options for mating connectors. Figure 3 provides the suggested pad layout and hole pattern for the mating connector, assuming use of a connector from the Samtec CLM-112-02 family. The holes inside of the mounting pads prevent the pins on the ADIS16130 connector from bottoming out, which can cause mechanical stress and bias shifts.

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