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Document caters only to
- MTi-3-DK (HW version 2.0)
- MTi-7-DK (New release, HW version 2.0)
Removed any references to previous version of the DK
(MTi-3-8A7G6x, HW 1.1)
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resistors
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22 August 2018
SGI
Refer to new embedded examples (MTSS v4.9.1)
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Update Chapter 3 to match GUI of MTSS 2019.0
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Table of Contents
1 GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................ 1
1.1 PACKAGE INFORMATION ................................................................................................................ 1
1.2 ORDERING INFORMATION............................................................................................................... 2
2 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................ 3
2.1 KIT CONTENTS AND FEATURES ....................................................................................................... 3
2.2 SOFTWARE AND DOCUMENTATION .................................................................................................. 4
2.2.1 Embedded examples ......................................................................................................... 4
3 GETTING STARTED ...................................................................................................................... 5
3.1 INSTALLING MT SOFTWARE SUITE ................................................................................................. 5
3.2 DISPLAYING DATA IN MT MANAGER................................................................................................ 6
3.3 CONFIGURING THE MTI 1-SERIES................................................................................................... 7
4 SHIELD BOARD ............................................................................................................................. 8
4.1 CONNECTIONS AND PERIPHERAL SWITCH........................................................................................ 8
4.2 PIN DESCRIPTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 12
4.3 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................... 13
4.4 ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS ..................................................................................................... 13
4.5 PACKAGE DRAWING .................................................................................................................... 14
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List of Tables
Table 1: Package contents for 1-series Development Kits ..................................................................... 1
Table 2: Ordering information for 1-series Development Kits ................................................................. 2
Table 3: Connections on external power header (J100 in Figure 7) ....................................................... 9
Table 4: Connections on Arduino-compatible header (P100, P101, P102 and P103 in Figure 7) .......... 9
Table 5: Connections on UART communication extension sockets (P202 and P203 in Figure 7) ....... 10
Table 6: Switch positions to enable interfaces on Shield Board (SW200 in Figure 7) .......................... 10
Table 7: Connections on auxiliary sensor extension sockets (P200 and P201 in Figure 7) ................. 11
Table 8: Pin descriptions Shield Board ................................................................................................. 12
Table 9: System specification Shield Board .......................................................................................... 13
Table 10: Absolute maximum ratings Shield Board .............................................................................. 13
List of Figures
Figure 1: Exploded view of the MTi 1-series Shield board ...................................................................... 3
Figure 2: Start up screen for MT Software Suite installer ....................................................................... 5
Figure 3: Software components installation ............................................................................................ 5
Figure 4: Successful installation screen .................................................................................................. 6
Figure 5: MT Manager overview .............................................................................................................. 6
Figure 6: Output configuration dialog in MT Manager using an MTi-7-DK .............................................. 7
Figure 7: MTi 1-series Shield Board with connector designators ............................................................ 8
Figure 8: Top view (left) and the bottom view (right) of the GNSS daughter card ................................ 11
Figure 9: MTi 1-series Shield Board package drawing (Top and Side view) ........................................ 14
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1 General information
This document provides information on the contents and usage of the MTi 1-series Development Kits.
The MTi 1-series module (MTi 1-s) is a fully functional, self-contained module that is easy to design-in.
The MTi 1-s can be connected to a host through I2C, SPI or UART interfaces. The MTi-3 Development
Kit (MTi-3-DK) enables users to evaluate features for the MTi-3 (AHRS), MTi-2 (VRU) and MTi-1 (IMU)
modules. The MTi-7 Development Kit (MTi-7-DK) enables users to evaluate features of the MTi-7
(external-GNSS/INS). In addition to the MTi 1-s interfaces, both Development Kits include a USB
interface.
The MTi 1-series module consists of components that are sensitive to stress. As a
result, sensor characteristics may change when forces are applied to the module. As
each module is calibrated individually, Xsens cannot guarantee performance after
improper handling. It is therefore recommended not to remove the module from the
socket, and to use the Development Kit for prototyping and evaluation purposes only.
For more information on proper handling, refer to the MTi 1-series Hardware
Integration manual (see Section 2.2).
1.1 Package information
Table 1: Package contents for 1-series Development Kits
Component
Name
Shield board
MTi 1-series module (MTi 1-s)
GNSS daughter card1
1
Only with MTi-7-DK
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USB cable
1.2 Ordering information
Table 2: Ordering information for 1-series Development Kits
Kit
Description
Package contents
Packing Method
MTi-7-DK
Development kit for MTi-7
(external-GNSS-aided-AHRS)
- Shield board
- MTi-7 module (in the socket)
- GNSS daughter card
- GNSS antenna
- USB cable
Single unit
MTi-3-DK
Development kit for MTi-1 (IMU),
MTi-2 (VRU) and MTi-3 (AHRS)
- Shield board
- MTi-3 module (in the socket)
- USB cable
Single unit
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2 Introduction
2.1 Kit contents and features
The MTi 1-series Development Kit contains
- Shield board
- MTi-3 or MTi-7 mounted in the socket
- GNSS daughter card (only with MTi-7-DK)
- GNSS antenna (only with MTi-7-DK)
- USB cable
Figure 1: Exploded view of the MTi 1-series Shield board
The Shield Board, the MTi 1-s (orange module) and the GNSS daughter card (with the SMA connector)
are shown in Figure 1. The features of the Shield Board include:
- 3.3 V compatible I/O
- Power indicator LEDs
- Arduino-compatible headers
- External power pin header
- Manual peripheral selection switch for MTi 1-series
- Switching between UART and I2C on Arduino-compatible headers based on PSEL switch
setting
- USB to UART converter
- Auxiliary extension socket
- Optional socket connections for mikroBUS™ RS232/RS485 click boards™
See Section 4 for more details.
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2.2 Software and documentation
The MTi 1-series Development Kit is supported by the MT Software Suite, which includes the following
software components:
- MT Manager
- Magnetic Field Mapper
- MT SDK with documentation
Additionally, the latest firmware for the MTi-3 or the MTi-7 module can be downloaded and updated
using the Firmware Updater that is also available on our website.
The Software components can be downloaded from the Xsens website www.xsens.com.
Along with the SDK documentation that is part of the MT Software Suite installer package, the MTi
1-series Development Kit is supported by the following additional documents
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- Hardware Integration Manual: MTi 1-series (MT1503)
- Datasheet: MTi 1-series (MT0512P)
- MT Low Level Communication Protocol (MT0101P)
- MT Manager User Manual (MT0216P)
- MT Magnetic Field Mapper Documentation (MT0202P)
- Product Change Notification
o MTi 1-series: Components placement change
2.2.1 Embedded examples
The MTi 1-series is designed for easy integration in embedded systems. As of MT Software Suite version
4.9.1, there are embedded examples available for the MTi 1-series Development Kit that make use of
the SPI and I2C interface. The examples and corresponding documentation can be found in the MT
Software Suite installation folder at:
C:\Program Files\Xsens\MT Software Suite x.x.x\MT SDK\Examples\embedded_examples
The examples target the STM32F401 Nucleo board. They allow for a quick start in receiving
measurement data from the MTi, and evaluating the low-level communication protocol.
It is easy to extend the program with commands from the Xsens Low Level Communication Protocol
(LLCP). This protocol is documented in detail in the Low Level Communication Protocol Documentation.
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The latest available documentation can be found in your MT Software Suite installation folder or via the following
link: https://xsens.com/xsens-mti-documentation
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3 Getting started
3.1 Installing MT Software Suite
The MT Software Suite is available from the Xsens website (www.xsens.com/mt-software-suite).
The installation procedure consists of a set of several installers and starts with the GUI as shown in
Figure 2.
Figure 2: Start up screen for MT Software Suite installer
It is possible to choose the components that you need to install (Figure 3).
Figure 3: Software components installation
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When you cancel the installation of a particular component, the installer will continue with the next
component. Make sure to accept the End-User License agreement and Software License Agreements,
and then wait for the successful installation screen to appear as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4: Successful installation screen
3.2 Displaying data in MT Manager
When the MTi 1-series Shield Board is connected in MT Manager, the device description is shown in
the “Device List” (Figure 5). To see a real time 3D orientation of the MTi click the 3D View icon . The
inertial data , orientation data in Euler angles and the status data can be visualized by
clicking their respective icons in Figure 5.
Figure 5: MT Manager overview
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3.3 Configuring the MTi 1-series
The MTi-1s can be directly configured by means of MT Manager. Click the Device Settings button
to open the Output Configuration dialog (Figure 6).
Figure 6: Output configuration dialog in MT Manager using an MTi-7-DK
By default, the output of the MTi-3 and MTi-7 is set to the ‘Onboard Processing’ preset, whereas the
MTi-1 module is set to XDA processingpreset. Click Inertial Data” (∆q/v or Rate of Turn/Acceleration)
and “Magnetic Field” to be able to show this data in MT Manager.
With MT Manager, it is possible to record data and export that data for use in other programs, set
alignment matrices, configure synchronization options and to review the test and calibration report. More
information on the functions and features can be found in the MT Manager User Manual. The MT
Manager User Manual can be found via Help > Documentation.
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4 Shield board
The MTi 1-s modules are available with a development kit. An MTi-3 AHRS or an MTi-7 external-
GNSS/INS is mounted in a PLCC-28 socket and connected to USB, UART, I2C and SPI. The Shield
Board exposes the pins of the MTi 1-s module making it easier for the user to test all the features and
the peripherals offered by the MTi 1-s. This chapter discusses in more detail the connections and
peripherals available on the MTi 1-s Shield Board.
4.1 Connections and peripheral switch
The MTi 1-series Shield Board has the following connections as shown in Figure 7:
- External power pin header (J100)
- Arduino-compatible headers (P100, P101, P102 and P103)
- UART communication extension socket, not placed by default (P202 and P203)
- Micro USB (J102)
- Peripheral selection switch (SW200)
- Auxiliary sensor extension socket (P200 and P201) used for GNSS daughter card
- MTi 1-series module placed in J101
Figure 7: MTi 1-series Shield Board with connector designators
Shield boards from version 2.4 (PCB number: SD180624) and higher have 2.7 kΩ pull-
up resistors on the I2C pins on the Arduino-compatible header (P100-9 and P100-10).
These resistors pull the I2C lines to VDDIO. Figure 7 shows the position of the resistors.
The version number of the board can be derived from the last two digits of the PCB
number, located at the bottom side of the board (in the solder mask). For shield boards
of version 2.3 or lower the pull-up resistors need to be added externally, if the I2C
protocol is used.
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The External power pin header J100 can be used to directly supply the VDDIO and/or VDDA supplies
for the MTi 1-s module (Table 3). The IOREF pin on this connector can be used to override the default
3.3 V VDDIO by placing a jumper from this pin to the adjacent VDDIO pin.
Table 3: Connections on external power header (J100 in Figure 7)
Pin
Description
1
VDDA
2
GND
3
GND
4
VDDIO
5
IOREF
The connections for Arduino-compatible headers with a pitch of 2.54 mm (0.1 inch) are shown in Table
4. The MTi 1-series Shield Board does not support Arduino-compatible boards with an IOREF of 5V as
the maximum VDDIO is 3.6V for the MTi 1-s module. Therefore, the VDDIO is by default set to 3.3V.
This default VDDIO voltage can be overruled by placing a jumper on the external power header, but
only for voltages within the operational VDDIO range of the MTi 1-s module. For information on the
connections, refer to the pin description in Section 4.2. Refer to Table 6 on how to enable the various
interfaces on the Shield Board.
Table 4: Connections on Arduino-compatible header (P100, P101, P102 and P103 in Figure 7)
Pin
Arduino
Shield Board
Pin
Arduino
Shield Board
P100-10
SCL/D15
SCL
P100-9
SDA/D14
SDA
P100-8
AVDD
NC
P101-1
NC
NC
P100-7
GND
GND
P101-2
IOREF
IOREF
P100-6
SCK/D13
SCK/ADD0
P101-3
NRST
NC
P100-5
MISO/D12
MISO/ADD1
P101-4
3V3
3V3
P100-4
MOSI/D11
MOSI/ADD2
P101-5
5V
5V
P100-3
CS/D10
nCS
P101-6
GND
GND
P100-2
D9
PSEL0
P101-7
GND
GND
P100-1
D8
PSEL1
P101-8
VIN
NC
P102-8
D7
SYNC_IN
P102-7
D6
SYNC_OUT
P103-1
A0
NC
P102-6
D5
SYNC_PPS
P103-2
A1
NC
P102-5
D4
RESET
P103-3
A2
NC
P102-4
D3
DRDY/CTS/nRE
P103-4
A3
NC
P102-3
D2
RTS/DE
P103-5
A4
NC
P102-2
TX/D1
RxD
P103-6
A5
NC
P102-1
RX/D0
TxD
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The UART communication extension socket is not placed by default. When the socket is placed, it can
be used to directly plug an UART transceiver module of MikroElektronika like the ‘RS232 clickor ‘RS485
click 3.3V’. This UART communication extension socket uses (only) the 3.3V supply pin, which is
connected to VDDIO. We recommend to place low profile sockets (like the CES-108-01-T-S) to make
sure that the MTi 1-s module is still easily accessible. The pin description of these headers is shown in
Table 5.
Table 5: Connections on UART communication extension sockets (P202 and P203 in Figure 7)
Pin
Mikro BUS
MTi 1-s
Pin
Mikro BUS
MTi 1-s
P202-1
AN
NC
P203-1
PWM
DRDY/CTS/nRE
P202-2
RST
Pull-down
P203-2
INT
DRDY/CTS/nRE
P202-3
CS
RTS/DE
P203-3
TX
RxD
P202-4
SCK
NC
P203-4
RX
TxD
P202-5
MISO
NC
P203-5
SCL
NC
P202-6
MOSI
NC
P203-6
SDA
NC
P202-7
3.3V
VDDIO
P203-7
5V
NC
P202-8
GND
GND
P203-8
GND
GND
The MTi 1-series Shield Board has a Micro USB connection that can be connected directly to a USB
port on a PC or laptop. Note: Make sure to disconnect any other power supply, as this will overrule the
USB connection.
The Peripheral selection switch sets the interface configuration of the MTi 1-s module in the socket. The
switch connects the PSEL lines (Table 6) to GND with a 5kΩ pull-down when set to ON. Otherwise, the
PSEL lines are pulled-up with a 100kΩ resistor. The PSEL pins on the Arduino-compatible headers can
be used to overrule these lines.
Table 6: Switch positions to enable interfaces on Shield Board (SW200 in Figure 7)
PSEL1
PSEL0
Interface
Comments
0
0
UART full-
duplex
This interface uses the flow control lines RTS and
CTS. The UART full-duplex communications mode
can be used without hardware flow control. In this
case the CTS line needs to be tied low (GND) to
make the MTi device transmit.
0
1
UART half-
duplex
The UART itself is still full duplex but the DE and
nRE lines are used to control a half-duplex
transceiver
1
0
SPI
1
1
I2C
When I2C interface is selected, it is required to set
the address on the Arduino-compatible headers
(see MTi1-series Data Sheet for the I2C-addresses
table)
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Figure 8: Top view (left) and the bottom view (right) of the GNSS daughter card
The MTi-7-DK comes with the GNSS daughter card installed in the auxiliary sensor extension sockets
(P200 and P201). As shown in Figure 8, the GNSS daughter card consists of a GNSS and a barometer
sensor component. The LEDs (Power and PPS) give indication of proper functioning of the GNSS
daughter card. The supplied GNSS antenna can be connected to the SMA connector.
The auxiliary sensor extension socket has mikroBUS™ compatible pinning. This enables the user to
connect alternate GNSS daughter card modules with mikroBUS™ pinning to the MTi 1-series Shield
board. The pinning connections for the auxiliary sensor extension socket are listed in Table 7. This
extension only uses the 3.3V supply pin, which is connected to VDDIO. Therefore, make sure that the
VDDIO is within the required voltage range of the GNSS module.
Table 7: Connections on auxiliary sensor extension sockets (P200 and P201 in Figure 7)
Pin
Mikro BUS
MTi 1-s
Pin
Mikro BUS
MTi 1-s
P200-1
AN
NC
P201-1
PWM
NC
P200-2
RST
nRST
P201-2
INT
SYNC_PPS
P200-3
CS
AUX_nCS
P201-3
TX
AUX_RxD
P200-4
SCK
AUX_SCK
P201-4
RX
AUX_TxD
P200-5
MISO
AUX_MISO
P201-5
SCL
NC
P200-6
MOSI
AUX_MOSI
P201-6
SDA
NC
P200-7
3.3V
VDDIO
P201-7
5V
NC
P200-8
GND
GND
P201-8
GND
GND
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4.2 Pin descriptions
Table 8: Pin descriptions Shield Board
Name
Type
Description
Power Interface
VDDA
Power
Power supply voltage for sensing elements
VDDIO
Power
Digital I/O supply voltage
Controls
PSEL0
Selection pins
These pins determine the signal interface. Note that when the
PSEL0/PSEL1 is not connected, its logic value is 1. When
PSEL0/PSEL1 is connected to GND, its logic value is 0
PSEL1
RESET
Active high reset pin, connect to GND if not used
Peripheral Interface
SDA
I2C interface
I2C serial data
SCL
I2C serial clock
ADD[0..2]
I2C address selection pins
nCS
SPI interface
SPI chip select
MOSI
SPI serial data input (slave)
MISO
SPI serial data output (slave)
SCK
SPI serial clock
RTS
UART interface
Hardware flow control in UART full-duplex mode (Ready-to-Send)
CTS
Hardware flow control in UART full-duplex mode (Clear-to-Send)
nRE
Receiver control signal in UART half-duplex mode
DE
Transmitter control signal in UART half-duplex mode
RxD
Receiver data input
TxD
Transmitter data output
DRDY
Data ready
Data ready pin indicates that data is available (SPI / I2C)
SYNC_IN
Sync interface
Accepts a trigger input to request the latest available data message
SYNC_OUT
N/A
SYNC_PPS
Pulse Per Second output of GNSS module
AUX_RxD
Auxiliary UART
interface
Auxiliary UART data input
AUX_TxD
Auxiliary UART data output
AUX_nCS
Auxiliary SPI
interface
Auxiliary SPI chip select
AUX_MOSI
Auxiliary SPI serial data output (master)
AUX_MISO
Auxiliary SPI serial data input (master)
AUX_SCK
Auxiliary SPI serial clock
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4.3 Electrical specifications
The Shield Board has the same communication protocol as the MTi 1-s module. Table 9 shows the
electrical specifications for the Shield Board.
Table 9: System specification Shield Board
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
VDDA
2.16
3.3
3.6
V
VDDIO
1.8
3.3
3.6
V
VIO
VIH
0.75 * VDDIO
V
VIL
0.25 * VDDIO
V
4.4 Absolute maximum ratings
Table 10: Absolute maximum ratings Shield Board
Parameter
Min
Max
Unit
Comments
Storage temperature
-50
+125
ºC
Operating temperature
-40
+85
ºC
VDD
-0.3
4.0
V
Specification for the external
power header J100.
5V on P101 and J102
-0.3
6.0
V
Specification for the Arduino
and USB.
VDDIO
-0.3
4.0
V
Specification for the external
power header J100.
VUART,PSEL,I2C
-0.3
VDDIO + 0.3
V
VRESET,SYNC,SPI
-0.3
VDDIO + 4.0
V
Acceleration 3
10,000
g
Any axis, unpowered, for 0.2
ms
ESD protection4
±2000
V
Human body model
Stresses beyond those listed under “Absolute Maximum Ratings” may cause permanent damage to the
device. These are stress ratings only. Functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions
beyond those indicated in the operational sections of the specifications is not implied. Exposure to
absolute maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability. Make sure not to
apply force on the components of the MTi 1-s module, especially when placing the MTi 1-s module in a
PLCC socket.
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4
This is an ESD-sensitive device. Proper handling is required to prevent damage to the part.
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4.5 Package drawing
Figure 9: MTi 1-series Shield Board package drawing (Top and Side view)

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