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The RIK0088A Fixture DC Mux provides for DC switching of fixture resources to the fixture pogo interface. It can be used as either a 1X32 or a 2X16 mux depending on how the fixture resources are attached.



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Cassini Fixture Configuration:
The Module must be added to the Fixture definition (ObjClass=FixtureDef) to be activated in the Fixture. Install the module into any available slot except M9 or M10.
    1. Choose Apps > Device Connection Editor
    2. Click on the Fixture tab
    3. Choose Dev Conn > Load Fixture... menu
    4. Select the appropriate Fixture Def from the list and click OK or click New button to create a new Fixture Def.
    5. Choose Dev Conn > Edit Modules.
    6. Right click on the left side pane of the Editing Modules window and choose Add from the menu.
    7. Choose "Y0005LA1 Fixture 16x2 Mux" from the menu and press OK button.
    8. Highlight the newly added module and double click on the Location field to change it to match the physical location the module was installed in the carrier. For example if it is installed in carrier location M7, then select in M7 from the drop down list and click OK.
    9. Add other modules or press OK to close the Editing Modules window.
    10. Right click on the lower Fixture Paths pane and choose Add.
    11. Enter the TIM Resource and Physical Pin the MUX is connected to for Resource 1.
    12. If Device Pins resource is available, select the Pin Name from the DIB/Resource Pin2.
    13. Enter the same State Name and unique Value for each connected path. Enter a single switch code to the Switch field. Do not combine codes, only one code per state + value.
      IMPORTANT: When using 2x16 mode, a command to switch the A side will also switch the B side, so include that in the value name.
    14. Repeat steps 10-13 for each MUX path desired.
    15. Choose Dev Conn > Save Fixture...
    16. Latch the Fixture with the module to the tester and choose System > Check from the main Cassini window to load the newly saved definition.
    17. Confirm functionality by choosing Tester > Control from the Configuration window, then choose Fixture > Path Control. Click the State value configured above and select the desired value. Confirm with a DMM.
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RI7100A Fixture Configuration Steps:
To add this module to a fixture the following needs to be done.
    1. Perform a system startup. If the fixture SN has been recorded to the software fixture it will activate automatically. Make sure that the fixture is in the fixture directory under RIAPPS. If it does not automatically activate under these conditions do the following. * Perform a RMBC on the highlighted fixture. * Choose "Get Serial Number" from the pull down menu.
    2. Make sure that the fixture SN has been captured and saved.
    3. Go into the "Equipment Pool" and then into the "Module Browser".
    4. Find the carrier type in the listing on the left hand side of the window and highlight it. Carrier numbers will be either Y0004VA1 or Y00065A1.
    5. Once you have highlighted the carrier number select '"Modules" from the window top menu. Then select "Add Module". When you do this a list will appear. Highlight "Y0005LA1" from the list and then click on "Select". You will be asked for the module position. Type in its location. For example if it is at M7 then type in "M7".
    6. Choose "Modules" from the top menu in the window and then "EE Save Modules". Answer "Yes" to the question.
    7. Choose "Node" from the top menu of the window and then "EE Save Node Iinfo". Again answer "Yes" to the questions.
    8. Perform a system startup.
    9. If the module does not seem to work check to make sure the configuration was saved. Also check to make sure you did not choose M9 or M10 as placement of the module.

RI7100A Removing the Module:
To move the module from one location on the carrier to another do the following.
    1. Deactivate the fixture and physically remove the module.
    2. Perform a system startup.
    3. Go into the "Equipment Pool" and then into the "Module Browser".
    4. Find the carrier type in the listing on the left hand side of the window and highlight it. Carrier numbers will be either Y0004VA1 or Y00065A1.
    5. In the right hand column of the window highlight the module being removed (M# Y0005LA1).
    6. Choose "Modules" from the top menu in the window and then "Remove Module".
    7. Again choose "Modules" from the top menu and then "EE Save Modules". Answer "Yes" to the questions.
    8. Perform a system startup.
RI7100A Moving the Module:
To move the module from one location to another.
    1. Deactivate the fixture and then physically remove the module and place it into the new location. Make sure you did not choose M9 or M10 as the new location for the module.
    2. Perform a system startup
    3. Perform the steps outlined in "Removing the Module".
    4. Perform the steps outlined in "Fixture Configuration Steps".
    5. Perform a system startup.

Module Pin Out:
Pin Designation
Notes / CodingSwitch code
H1-1
Output 4 for side B A#SW=4b
H1-2
Output 1 for side B A#SW=1b
H1-3
Output 3 for side A A#SW=3a
H1-4
Output 7 for side B A#SW=7b
H1-5
Output 5 for side A A#SW=5a
H1-6
Output 8 for side A A#SW=8a
H1-7
Output 10 for side B A#SW=10b
H1-8
Output 10 for side A A#SW=10a
H1-9
Output 16 for side B A#SW=16b
H1-10
Output 13 for side B A#SW=13b
H1-11
Output 15 for side A A#SW=15a
H1-12
Common Input B side for 2X16 configuration
H2-1
Output 3 for side B A#SW=3b
H2-2
Output 1 for side A A#SW=1a
H2-3
Output 4 for side A A#SW=4a
H2-4
Output 6 for side B A#SW=6b
H2-5
Output 6 for side A A#SW=6a
H2-6
Output 12 for side B A#SW=12b
H2-7
Output 9 for side B A#SW=9b
H2-8
Output 11 for side A A#SW=11a
H2-9
Output 15 for side B A#SW=15b
H2-10
Output 13 for side A A#SW=13a
H2-11
Output 16 for side A A#SW=16a
H2-12
Common Input for 1X32 configuration
H3-1
Output 2 for side B A#SW=2b
H3-2
Output 2 for side A A#SW=2a
H3-3
Output 8 for side B A#SW=8b
H3-4
Output 5 for side B A#SW=5b
H3-5
Output 7 for side AA#SW=7a
H3-6
Output 11 for side BA#SW=11b
H3-7
Output 9 for side AA#SW=9a
H3-8
Output 12 for side AA#SW=12a
H3-9
Output 14 for side BA#SW=14b
H3-10
Output 14 for side AA#SW=14a
H3-11
Measure Voltage on Input
H3-12
Common Input A side for 2X16 configuration
Notes:
  1. Control code is case sensitive.
  2. If more than one mux is resident in a fixture DO NOT combine code strings into one software fixture path definition. Ex. DutP1 Vmeas1 A5SW=2aA3SW=4b will not work. Ex. DutP1 Vmeas1 A5SW=2a and DutP4 Device Power 1 A3SW4b will work.
  3. When used in the 2X16 mode a command to switch 5a will also switch 5b. Make sure any "B" side path definitions are removed. Use an "A" side switch command to control the "B" side. Good practice would be include the "B" side name in the mode string.


Bench Top DC Voltage Requirements:
+5V / +15V/ -15V

RIK0088A_Mux.pdf

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