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Programmable Mixed-signal Matrix

GreenPAK™ is a broad family of cost effective NVM programmable devices that enable innovators to integrate many system functions into a single custom circuit, and in the process minimize component count, board space, and power consumption. Using Dialog's GreenPAK Designer Software and GreenPAK Development Kit, designers can create and program your perfect custom circuit in minutes.

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Benefits

Benefits Over Discrete Design

Smaller PCB footprint – Plastic packages as small as 1.0 x 1.2 mm.

Fewer Components/Lower Cost – A typical GreenPAK implementation removes from ten to thirty components per instance.

Higher Reliability – Fewer PCB interconnects increases reliability.

Faster Design – Develop and program devices in minutes at your desk. Quickly respond to changing design requirements and increase productivity at the design and prototype verification stages.

Lower Power – Save power by removing discrete resistors in voltage dividers, pull ups, pull downs, etc. and replacing with low-power, integrated components. Further reduce power consumption using the sleep function.

Design Security – Makes reverse engineering substantially more difficult by disabling the read-back of NVM configuration, obscuring design details.

Tested Solutions – Every GreenPAK IC is tested, while a discrete circuit is not tested prior to the final board level test.

Applications

GreenPAK Is Ideal For

Functional replacement of popular mixed-signal standard products, often in combination.

Providing reliable hardware safety and reset functions for software coded devices, such as SoCs and microcontrollers.

Adding different features.

Overcoming last minute design challenges/issues.

See the full library of application notes

Unique Feature Subsets

Dual Supply GreenPAK
Interface two independent voltage domains flexibly

GreenPAK with Load Switches
Configure the GreenPAK, while at the same time control high drive current power switches

GreenPAK with Asynchronous State Machine
Develop your own custom state machine designs

GreenPAK with Low Drop Out Regulators
Discover the concept of "Flexible Power Islands"

GreenPAK with In-System Programmability
Easily modify the configuration or add functionality to the devices by programming the Non-Volatile Memory (NVM)

High-Voltage GreenPAKs
Take best advantage of the combined mixed-signal logic and high-voltage H-bridge functionality

Automotive GreenPAKs
Integrate many system functions into a single AEC-Q100 qualified IC

Analog GreenPAKs
Create your own unique analog circuits combined with GreenPAK configurable logic

Development boards

GreenPAK DIP Development Board
Perfect for breadboarding and fast prototypes.

GreenPAK Advanced Development Board
Program custom samples in minutes using any GreenPAK device.

GreenPAK Pro Development Board
Program custom samples in minutes using select GreenPAK device.

GreenPAK Serial Debugger Board
Serial debugging for all GreenPAK parts with I²C.

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ACMP DCMP/PWM Max. CNT/DLY Max. LUTs Max. DFF Pipe
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Progr. DLY OSC Com. Interface Package Size (mm) Socket Documents
                               
SLG46127
SLG46127MTR
2x P-FET 6 1.8 - 5.0 2 - 4 10 4 8-stage 1 RC OSC - 1.6 x 2.0 mm MSTQFN-16 (#1) Documentation
SLG46580 ASM LDO 9 2.5 - 5.0 4 - 5 16 9 16-stage 1 Conf. OSCLP OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm STQFN-20 (#3) Documentation
SLG46582 ASM LDO 9 2.5 - 5.0 4 - 5 16 9 16-stage 1 Conf. OSCLP OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm STQFN-20 (#3) Documentation
SLG46583 ASM LDO 9 2.5 - 5.0 4 - 5 16 9 16-stage 1 Conf. OSCLP OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm STQFN-20 (#3) Documentation
SLG46585 ASM LDODCDC 9 2.5 - 5.0 4 - 5 16 9 16-stage 1 Conf. OSCLP OSC I²C 3.0 x 3.0 mm MSTQFN-29 (#1) Documentation
SLG46533
SLG46533MTR
- 18 1.8 - 5.0 4 - 7 25 15 16-stage 1 Conf. OSC Ring OSC Crystal OSC I²C 2.0 x 2.2 mm
2.0 x 3.0 mm
MSTQFN-22 (#1) STQFN-20 (#1) Documentation
SLG46538 ASM Dual Supply 17 1.8 - 5.0 1.8 - VDD1 4 - 7 17 8 16-stage 1 Conf. OSC RC OSC Crystal OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm
2.0 x 2.2 mm
STQFN-20 (#2) MSTQFN-22 (#2) Documentation
SLG46538-A ASM Dual Supply 17 1.8 - 5.0 1.8 - VDD1 4 - 7 17 8 16-stage 1 Conf. OSC RC OSC Crystal OSC I²C 3.5 x 3.5 mm TQFN-20 Documentation
SLG46537 ASM 18 1.8 - 5.0 4 - 7 17 8 16-stage 1 Conf. OSC RC OSC Crystal OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm
2.0 x 2.2 mm
STQFN-20 (#1) MSTQFN-22 (#1) Documentation
SLG46536 - 12 1.8 - 5.0 3 - 7 25 15 16-stage 1 Conf. OSC Ring OSC Crystal OSC I²C 2.0 x 2.2 mm STQFN-14 (#2) Documentation
SLG46535 ASM Dual Supply 11 1.8 - 5.01.8 - VDD1 3 - 7 17 8 16-stage 1 Conf. OSC Ring OSC Crystal OSC I²C 2.0 x 2.2 mm STQFN-14 (#3) Documentation
SLG46534 ASM 12 1.8 - 5.0 3 - 7 17 8 16-stage 1 Conf. OSC RC OSC Crystal OSC I²C 2.0 x 2.2 mm STQFN-14 (#2) Documentation
SLG46170 - 12 1.8 - 5.0 - - 8 17 6 16-stage 1 RC OSC - 2.0 x 2.2 mm STQFN-14 (#2) Documentation
SLG46169 - 12 1.8 - 5.0 2 - 7 18 6 16-stage 1 RC OSC - 2.0 x 2.2 mm STQFN-14 (#2) Documentation
SLG46108 - 6 1.8 - 5.0 - - 4 10 4 8-stage 1 RC OSC - 1.0 x 1.2 mm STQFN-8 (#1) Documentation
SLG46121 Dual Supply 9 1.8 - 5.01.8 - VDD1 2 - 4 16 8 8-stage 1 RC OSC - 1.6 x 1.6 mm STQFN-12 (#2) Documentation
SLG46621 Dual Supply8-bit ADC 17 1.8 - 5.0 1.8 - VDD1 6 3/3 10 26 12 16-stage 2 2 LF OSC Ring OSC RC OSC SPI 2.0 x 3.0 mm STQFN-20 (#2) Documentation
SLG46620 8-bit ADC 18 1.8 - 5.0 6 3/3 10 26 12 16-stage 2 2 LF OSC Ring OSC RC OSC SPI 2.0 x 3.0 mm
6.5 x 6.4 mm
STQFN-20 (#1) TSSOP-20 (#1) Documentation
SLG46620-A 8-bit ADC 18 1.8 - 3.3 6 3/3 10 26 12 16-stage 2 2 LF OSC Ring OSC RC OSC SPI 6.5 x 6.4 mm TSSOP-20 (#1) Documentation
SLG46117 1x P-FET 7 1.8 - 5.0 2 - 4 10 4 8-stage 1 RC OSC - 1.6 x 2.5 mm STQFN-14 (#1) Documentation
SLG46116 1x P-FET 7 1.8 - 5.0 2 - 4 10 4 8-stage 1 RC OSC - 1.6 x 2.5 mm STQFN-14 (#1) Documentation
SLG46140 8-bit ADC 12 1.8 - 5.0 2 3/3 4 16 6 16-stage 1 LF OSC Ring OSC RC OSC SPI 1.6 x 2.0 mm STQFN-14 (#1) Documentation
SLG46120 - 10 1.8 - 5.0 2 - 4 16 8 8-stage 1 RC OSC - 1.6 x 1.6 mm
2.0 x 2.0 mm
STQFN-12 (#1) Documentation
SLG46110 - 8 1.8 - 5.0 2 - 4 10 4 8-stage 1 RC OSC - 1.6 x 1.6 mm STQFN-12 (#1) Documentation
SLG46722 - 18 1.8 - 5.0 - - 8 17 6 16-stage 1 RC OSC - 2.0 x 3.0 mm STQFN-20 (#1) Documentation
SLG46721 - 18 1.8 - 5.0 4 - 7 18 6 16-stage 1 RC OSC - 2.0 x 3.0 mm STQFN-20 (#1) Documentation
SLG46824 In-System Programmability Dual Supply 17 2.5 - 5.0 1.8 - VDD1 2 - 8 19 17 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm
6.5 x 6.4 mm
STQFN-20 (#4) TSSOP-20 (#2) Documentation
SLG46826 In-System Programmability Dual Supply 17 2.5 - 5.01.8 - VDD1 4 - 8 19 17 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm
6.5 x 6.4 mm
STQFN-20 (#4) TSSOP-20 (#2) Documentation
SLG46827-A In-System Debug Dual Supply 17 2.5 - 5.01.8 - VDD1 4 - 8 19 17 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSC I²C 6.5 x 6.4 mm TSSOP-20 (#2) Documentation
SLG46880 ASMDual Supply 28 2.5 - 5.02.5 - VDD1 4 - 5 12 5 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSCCrystal OSC I²C 4.0 x 4.0 mm STQFN-32 (#1) Documentation
SLG46881 ASMDual Supply 28 2.5 - 5.01.0 - 1.8 4 - 5 12 5 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSC Crystal OSC I²C 4.0 x 4.0 mm STQFN-32 (#1) Documentation
SLG46517 ASM2x P-FET 16 1.8 - 5.0 4 - 7 17 8 16-stage 1 RC OSC Ring OSC Crystal OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm MSTQFN-28 (#1) Documentation
SLG46855 - 12 2.5 - 5.0 4 - 8 23 21 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSC I²C 1.6 x 2.0 mm STQFN-14 (#1) Documentation
SLG46855-A - 12 2.5 - 5.0 4 - 8 23 21 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSC I²C 3.0 x 3.0 mm FCQFN-14 (#1) Documentation
SLG46867 2x P-FET 10 2.5 - 5.0 4 - 8 23 21 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSC I²C 1.6 x 3.0 mm MSTQFN-20 (#1) Documentation
SLG47105 Dual Supply4 Half- / 2 Full- bridgesI/V Regulation 84 x HV 2.5 - 5.03.3 - 12.0 2 0/2 5 17 15 16-stage 1 LP OSC Ring OSC I²C 2.0 x 3.0 mm STQFN-20 (#5) Documentation
SLG47004 Op AmpDigital RheostatAnalog SwitchAuto TrimIn-System Programmability 8 2.5 - 5.0 3 0/0 7 20 18 16-stage 1 RC OSC LP OSC Ring OSC I²C 3.0 x 3.0 mm STQFN-24 (#1) Documentation
SLG88103 Op Amp 0 1.8 - 5.0 0 0/0 0 0 0 - 0 - - 2.0 x 2.0 mm STDFN-10 Documentation
SLG88104 Op Amp 0 1.8 - 5.0 0 0/0 0 0 0 - 0 - - 2.0 x 3.5 mm STQFN-20 Documentation
SLG46811 92 x 8 bit pattern generator 10 2.5 - 5.0 1 (4) 0/0 6 18 17 4 x 8-bit Sh Reg 1 Ring OSC
LP OSC
I²C 1.6 x 1.6 mm STQFN-12 (#1) Documentation

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Whizz Systems Please contact Whizz Systems for support regarding Whizz Systems reference designs and evaluation boards. USA
3240 Scott Blvd., Santa Clara, 95054, California
Black Oak Engineering, LLC Black Oak Engineering does custom design, rapid prototyping and manufacture. We specialize in analog, communications, control, embedded, instrumentation and sensors in a wide variety of applications. USA
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John Battle and Associates Electronic Circuit Design including analog, rf, microwave and digital. Emphasis on communication circuits and systems. Microprocessor and FPGA programming and PC Board design using EAGLE. USA
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Shadwell Technical Services Consulting in applied physics and electronics. We specialize in solving the most difficult technical problems, from sewerage treatment to aerospace. Special areas of expertise include medical, robotic, artificial intelligence, and a wide range of physics and chemistry problems. Analog and digital design, construction of functional prototypes built to scale, embedded systems, and software. USA
3308 Queen Palm Drive,  Jacksonville, 32250-2328, Florida
Resolution Engineering, Inc. Resolution Engineering provides analog/digital, RF, and embedded systems design. Additionally, we offer firmware development, PCB layout and prototyping, and antenna design. Our specialty is the design of devices for wireless control, sensing, and data connectivity. We can assist with small portions of a design program, or provide full turnkey system development. Our experienced engineers can handle projects of virtually any scope or size. USA
1402 Heggen St, Hudson, 54016, Wisconsin
Pringle Electronics Group Pringle Electronics Group primarily serves the Embedded Systems related industries providing hardware, software, FPGA and FPGA-SoC design and consulting services. We also provide product design services at the architectural, schematic and PCB design level for all types of systems. USA
5530 Sierra Springs Drive, Pollock Pines, 95726, California
SEG13, L.L.C. Embedded system design services. USA
13 South Galaxy Drive, Chandler, 85226, Arizona
Advanced Bitnology Expertise in product development, Embedded Systems, Ultra-Low Power, Firmware, Software, Device Drivers. USA
469 Cherry Ave, San Bruno, 94066, California
Clifford Consulting, Inc. Embedded design and development group with a wide range of experience. We can assist you in both software and hardware including e.g., digital signal processing, communications, industrial sensors, and medical instruments. Army SBIR Phase II Quality Award; NBS Outstanding Service Award; PSoC Analog Design Contest Winner. USA
636 Great Road, Stow, 1775, Massachusetts
Frazier Technology Consulting services in analog and digital systems. Design reviews, cost reductions, printed circuit layout and magnetics. Specializing in all aspects of switching power supplies. Commercial, Industrial and Military USA
1600 Bengal Dr., Round Rock, 78664, Texas
Ouellette Consulting Consulting services for analog and digital system design, simulation, fabrication and debugging including embedded, FPGA, mixed-signal PCB, and full-custom mixed-signal ICs. We deliver innovative, robust electronic designs from concept through prototype to production for industrial, commercial, and military applications. We rapidly develop innovative solutions with the highest performance and reliability while avoiding pitfalls. USA
43A Groton Harvard Rd., Ayer, 1432, Massachusetts
Stratford Digital Stratford Digital has specialized in embedded electronic design since 2004. We offer project-based design services including both hardware and firmware design. These services include: embedded system design, schematic capture, PCB layout, programmable logic, power supply design, and much, much more. We will find the best technology to fit your needs. Canada
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Refecor Refecor is an electronics design and products design company. Refecor has deep knowledge in wireless technologies and skills in production, so the customer can get everything from a prototype phase to a product to the market from Refecor. Finland
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Axis3000 Electronic Axis3000 provides hardware and embedded software consulting and engineering services for industrial applications, with support on all levels from architecture to schematic entry, board-level layout and prototyping up to logic design based on field programmable devices. Germany
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EDAXI UG (haftungsbeschraenkt) Consulting and engineering for Embedded Systems based on microcontrollers, SoC and other programmable logic. Germany
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Microlab Microlab can offer design and consulting services on a broad spectrum of electronic field, both hardware and software. Main advantages and benefits stand in rapid and high quality project development due to experience and knowledge acquired during more than 30 years of activity. Microlab is design partner of various electronic device manufacturers but we can even design using any device our Customer could prefer for any reason such as historical device choice, stock availability, etc.. Italy
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Francesco Not Francesco Not is an Italian consultant in the Embedded Electronics Engineering field, actively helping customers to turn their Ideas into Products. Italy
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Protaset Limited Services: mixed-signal Hardware design, PCB Layout, Firmware and Embedded Software development, Data and Communication Security consulting, Project Management. United Kingdom
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2 years ago

ISP board does not enumerate

Posted by koen@weijand.nl 0 points 11 replies
0 upvotes

when I plug in an ISP programmer to the PC, the board does not enumerate in win10-64. only the power led blinks, nothing connected.
any suggestions ?

after long searching it turned out that R6 had a dry joint. these board are apparently not tested ..

after touching R6 up, the board enumerates as com40 , but GP designer softwhere still does not recognize the board.
any suggestions ?

2 years ago

koen@weijand.nl 0 points

I managed to use the advanced platform as in circuit programmer by wiring the GND, SDA, SCL and VDD from the internal socket to the pins on the defective ISP board and then on to the to be programmed chip on the board via the 4 wire JST connector. the SW complains about a socket error , but they wisely added a skip option.
I ordered a new ISP board, hopefully that one is is tested ..

2 years ago

craigee0212 0 points

Hello,

I'm sorry to hear about your problems with the ISP board. In order to provide some help, can you answer a few quick questions?

- When you say that the GP designer software doesn't recognize the board, can you confirm that the "Emulation" and "Test Mode" buttons are "greyed" out and un-clickable?

- The "DB HW-FW:" portion at the bottom of the window should just have a "-" following it. Is this correct as well?

- If you have other GreenPAK designer windows open, can you make sure that none of them are also using the "Debug" tool?

Although I'm not sure if this is the issue, we often solve similar behavior by either unplugging and re-plugging in the ISP board or by closing and re-opening the "Debug" window. I've included a link to the guide for our ISP board for your reference.

https://www.dialog-semiconductor.com/sites/default/files/isp_board_quic…

Craig

2 years ago

koen@weijand.nl 0 points

greg,
there is onely one GP designer window,

no info on the board HW is given ( DB HW FW -) , no info on the connected device, I'm used to regularly plug and unplug the advanced programming platform.
emulation and test mode are greyed out.

it is clear to me that this ISP programmer never has been tested, given the tumbstoned resistor in the USB data path. it's just a DOA. I tried touching up the poorly soldered pads of the 2211 USB uart. wetting seems the problem.

there is no place where I can claim any defect or repair at the silego webshop..

I've done various project with silego parts, mostly the 46620. this is my first ISP project soldering a blank device into the board, sofar donestuff with the advanced platform, and I have one more coming up.

2 years ago

JE_Dialog

I'll have one the team reach out to you offline to check on update here and to ensure we have solved teh problems for you. BR JE_DIalog

10 months ago

sjbenenate 0 points

I am having the same issue of ISP not being initialized in the GreenPAK software.

I have used this same ISP device to program the same GreenPAK module 2 months ago so it's not an assembly issue. Since I updated the GreenPAK software last week, it has not worked. Restarting the program, computer, and unplugging the USB has not resolved it.

How was it resolved for koen@weijand.nl?

 

Thank you,

Sarah

10 months ago

CSeebruch 0 points

Both ISP V1.0 (new, first use) {SLG46826} and Universal Dev board (known good board) {SLG46620} are not found by GreenPak 6.22 "Debugging Controls".  "Emulation" and "Test Mode" buttons are grayed out. System Information: Development Board is "N/D".   Windows 10 Pro, 64bit x64 system.  Tried both, one at a time.  The ISP shows up as a USB input device (HID compliant) named "In-System Programmer" in Windows "Devices and Printers" Control Panel.

 

10 months ago

olehs

Hi CSeebruch, 

Thank you for your appeal. 

Regarding the ISP board, the problem could be in the software.  For now, we have a fix. Please see the file in the attachment. You have to extract the appropriate file to the folder with GreenPAK Designer  (typically it is in the folder C:\Program Files\Dialog Semiconductor\GreenPAK Designer v.6.22 (64-bit)) and replace the existing file. After you made it ISP board should work. 

Regarding the DevBoards, I have additional questions:

1. Did the board work with the previous software revision?

2. Did you check all the connections like cable, USB port?

3. Could you check if USB input device appears in Device Manager (see Human Interface Device)

4. Please check if no other debug window is opened. 

5. Could you please tell which LEDs are working on the AdvBoard in Debug Mode and without Debug Mode

6. Did you try to connect the AdvBoard to another PC? It is needed to exclude to PC issue

Best regards, 

Oleh Sapiha

Attachment Size
ToolsAPI_dll.zip 1.6 MB

10 months ago

CSeebruch 0 points

1.  Yes, I was using the Dev Board on a different laptop.  turned-in that laptop for repair, and loaded Greenpak on this laptop to continue development.

2.  Yes, moved the connections to different ports.  The Dev Board is enumerated by windows each time

3.  Yes, The USB input device appears in the device Manager

4. No other debug window is open, rebooted the computer many times, Even Uninstalled greenpak and then reinstalled.  After trying repair install.

5.The AdvBoard has a white LED that is ON (stays ON) when the USB cable is plugged in.  That is the only LED that gets illuminated.

6.  I have two different AdvBoards that worked with the other Laptop (in for repair).  both do not work with this computer

10 months ago

olehs

CSeebruch, 

Thanks for your responses. 

Could you try one approach that can help you?  Try to Uninstall Device in Device Manager (Human Interface Devices) to then plug in the Adv Board directly to your PC (without any USB hubs) and wait until the driver will be installed. GPAK designer must be closed. Then start the GPAK designer and open the debug mode. 

By the way, do you have any software, that can block the driver proper work?

Best regards, 

Oleh Sapiha

10 months ago

CSeebruch 0 points

The Adv Board is now seen by GreenPak Debug!  The USB cable is directly plugged into Laptop (not using hub).  I'll try the ISP board later today to see if it works.

Thanks

10 months ago

olehs

CSeebruch, 

I'm happy that I helped you with the issue. If you have any further questions about the GPAK designer, hardware, or chip itself please let me know. 

Best regards, 

Oleh Sapiha