ADAS1000 evaluation board and patient cables

Document created by CatherineR Employee on Oct 12, 2012Last modified by CatherineR Employee on Feb 17, 2016
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Q: I've purchased an ADAS1000 evaluation board, the EVAL-ADAS1000SDZ and I need to know how to connect my patient simulator to the board?

 

A: As documented in the User Guide, UG-426, the ADAS1000 evaluation board uses a standard DB15 connector with the the following pinout

 

Pin No.

Mnemonic

Description

1

V2

Analog input, Master ECG5_V2

2

V3

Analog input, Slave ECG2_V3

3

V4

Analog input, Slave ECG3_V4

4

V5

Analog input, Slave ECG4_V5

5

V6

Analog input, Slave ECG5_V6

6

SHIELD

Output of shield driver

7

CE

Common electrode, Master CM_IN

8

NC

Not connected

9

RA

Analog input, right arm, Master ECG3_RA

10

LA

Analog input, left arm, Master ECG1_LA

11

LL

Analog input, left leg, Master ECG2_LL

12

V1

Analog input, Master ECG4_V1

13

Spare

Analog input, chest electrode or auxiliary bio-potential input

14

RLD

Right leg drive, RLD_OUT

15

NC

Not connected

 

  1. Make your own cable
    1. The actual component used on the board is a female DB15 component is a Tyco Electronics 1-1634585-2 or similar.
    2. The mating component would be a male DB15 plug, something like 5-747908-2 from TE Connectivity or similar
  2. Source a manufacturer standard patient cable with same pinout
    1. there are various manufacturers cables available from medical suppliers, you will need to review the pinout of the cable to ensure a match.
    2. when selecting an off the shelf cable, beaware of the impedance of the cable. If you intend to evaluate respiration, then the impedance of the cable should be kept <5kohms, ideally as low as possible.

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