For those who can support the modification to the ADIS1644X/FLEX, as showing the following link, here are four steps to use when connecting your ADIS16460AMLZ to your EVAL-ADIS.
ADIS16460 Evaluation Hack
Step #1: Set the ADIS16460AMLZ onto the 14-pin version of J1. Make sure that the pins are lined up, before pressing the ADIS16460 into J1.
Step #2: Press the ADIS16460AMLZ into J1
Step #3: Line J2 (ADIS1644X/FLEX) up with pins 1-20 on J4 (EVAL-ADIS)
Step #4: Press on top of the flex to mate J2 (ADIS1644X/FLEX) to J4 (EVAL-ADIS)
NOTE: This only handles the electrical connection.
Thank you very much, now I can start using the new IMU!
We appreciate you posting the question and hope that this helps! Good luck with your ADIS16460 work! We look forward to hearing what about what you create with this.
NevadaMark: Applying the voltages listed above to those pins (10, 12, 14) should not interfere with the operation of the ADIS16460.
jchong: Can you double check me on this? No need to share the specific functions that these pins serve in the test process, but can you confirm that the following connections on the ADIS16460 will be OK? I have actually done this before, but my limited testing probably is not as sufficient as getting confirmation from someone who better understands the test functions. Thank you!
These pins are all listed as DNC in the datasheet.
Is it safe to apply GND to pin 14 and VDD to pins 10 and 12 of ADIS16460? Using this hack you will put +3.3 to the pins 10 and 12 because they are connected together at the evaluation board, I suppose.