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Overview

The Trenz Electronic AM0010 module is an industrial grade module based on AMD Xilinx.

Refer to http://trenz.org/am0010-info for the current online version of this manual and other available documentation.

Key Features

  • SoC
    • Device: ZU1 / ZU2 / ZU3 / ZU4 / ZU5 1)
    • Engine: CG / EG / EV 1)
    • Speedgrade: -1 / -2 1)
    • Temperature Range: Extended / Industrial 1)
    • Package: SFVC784
  • RAM/Storage
    • 4 GByte DDR4 SDRAM with ECC 2)
    • 8 GByte e.MMC 3)
    • Optional HyperFlash 4)
    • 2 x 64 MByte Serial Flash 5)
    • EEPROM with MAC address
  • On Board
    • Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver
    • USB Transceiver
    • OPTIGA Trust M
    • CryptoAuthentication
    • Oscillator
    • Analog Multiplexer
  • Interface
    • 2 x B2B Connector (ADM6)
      • up to 204 PL IO

      • up to  22 PS MIO

      • 4 GTR
      • 4 GTH (with ZU4 and higher)
      • ETH, USB, I2C, JTAG, ...
  • Power
    • 5 V ... 12 V power supply via B2B Connector needed.
  • Dimension
    • 56.4 mm x 40 mm
  • Notes
    1) Please, take care of the possible assembly options. Furthermore, check whether the power supply is powerful enough for your FPGA design.
    2) Up to 32 GByte are possible with a maximum bandwidth of 2400 MBit/s.
    3) Up to 64 GByte are possible.
    4) Up to 64 MByte are possible.
    5) Up to 2 x 256 MByte are possible.

Block Diagram


AM0010 block diagram

Main Components


AM0010 main components


  1. FPGA, U1
  2. DDR4, U2, U3, U9, U12, U14
  3. eMMC, U17
  4. Quad SPI Flash, U6, U7
  5. Connector, J5, J6
  6. Ethernet Transceiver, U8
  7. HyperFlash, U16
  8. EEPROM, U15
  9. OPTIGA Trust M, U27
  10. CryptoAuthentication, U24
  11. USB Transceiver, U10
  12. Oscillator, U13, U14, U30, U31, U32
  13. Analog Multiplexer, U38
  14. Power Supply, U5, U11, U18, U19, U20, U21, U22, U23, U28

Initial Delivery State

Storage device name

Content

Notes

DDR4 SDRAMnot programmed
eMMCnot programmed
Quad SPI Flashnot programmed

HyperFlash

not programmed


EEPROMnot programmed besides factory programmed MAC address
Initial delivery state of programmable devices on the module


Signals, Interfaces and Pins

Connectors

Connector TypeDesignatorInterfaceIO CNT 1)Notes
B2BJ5HP104 SE / 48 DIFF
B2BJ5MGT PL4 x MGT (RX/TX)
B2BJ5MGT PL2 x MGT CLK
B2BJ5HD24 SE / 12 DIFF
B2BJ6HP52 SE / 24 DIFF
B2BJ6MGT PS4 x MGT (RX/TX)
B2BJ6MGT PS2 x MGT CLK
B2BJ6HD24 SE / 12 DIFF
B2BJ6MIO2 x I2C
B2BJ6MIO2 x UART
B2BJ6MIO2 x PERST
B2BJ6MIOSDIO
B2BJ6MIOJTAG
B2BJ6MIO4 x GPIO
B2BJ6ETH

B2BJ6USB

1) IO CNT depends on assembly variant. E.g. the MGTs are not available for all FPGAs

Board Connectors

Test Points

Test PointSignalNotes
TP1PROG_B#pulled-up to V_IO_CFG
TP2VTT
TP3VTT
TP4VREFA
TP5VREFA
TP60.85V
TP70.85V
TP8DDR_1V2
TP9DDR_1V2
TP10MGTAVCC
TP11MGTAVCC
TP12DDR_2V5
TP13DDR_2V5
TP14PL_VCU_0V9
TP15PL_VCU_0V9
TP161.8V
TP171.8V
TP183.3V_SEQ
TP193.3V_SEQ
TP203.3V
TP213.3V
Test Points Information

On-board Peripherals

Chip/InterfaceDesignatorConnected ToNotes

DDR4 SDRAM

U2, U3, U9, U12, U14SoC - PS

eMMC

U17SoC - PS

Quad SPI Flash

U6, U7SoC - PSBooting.

Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver

U8SoC - PS

HyperFlash

U16SoC - PL

EEPROM

U15SoC - PS

OPTIGA Trust M

U27SoC - PS

CryptoAuthentication

U24SoC - PS

USB 2 Transceiver

U10SoC - PS

Oscillator

U13SoC - PS135 MHz

Oscillator

U14SoC - PS100 MHz

Oscillator

U30ETH PHY25 MHz

Oscillator

U31USB PHY24 MHz

Oscillator

U32SoC33 MHz

Analog Multiplexer

U38SoCVoltage measuring with Xilinx internal ADC.
On board peripherals


Configuration and System Control Signals

Connector.Pin

Signal Name

Direction1)Description
J6.A59V_BAT INInput voltage for VCC_PSBATT 2) 3).
J6.B58RST_M2C#OUTModule reset for baseboard peripheral.
J6.C53DONEOUTSignal PS_DONE 2).
J6.C54 / J6.C55 / J6.C56 / J6.C57MODE0..3INBoot mode selection 2):
  • JTAG
  • QUAD-SPI (32 Bit)
  • SD1 (2.0)
  • eMMC (1.8 V)
  • SD1 LS (3.0)

Supported Modes depends also on used Carrier.

J6.C58PS_SRST#INSoC Soft Reset 2).
J6.C59PS_POR#IN

SoC Power-on-reset 2).

PWR_GOOD deasserts module reset.

J6.D56 / J6.D57DX_P / DX_NIN

Temperature sensing diode pin.

When not used, tie to GND.

J6.D58PWR_ENIN / OUT

Power Enable. Controlled module internally. Can be used to delay power on sequencing or disable power. Tie only to GND or leave floating.

J6.D59PWR_GOODOUTPower good status.
J6.D51 / J6.D52 / J6.D54 / J6.D55TDI/TCK/TDO/TMSSignal-dependent

JTAG configuration and debugging interface.

JTAG reference voltage: V_IO_CFG

LED D1 / D2ERR_STATUS / ERR_OUT---PS_STATUS_ERROR_OUT / PS_ERROR_OUT 2).

1) Direction:

    • IN: Input from the point of view of this board.
    • OUT: Output from the point of view of this board.

2) See UG1085 for additional information.

3) See Recommended Operating Conditions.

Controller signal.

Power and Power-On Sequence

Power Rails

Power Rail Name/ Schematic NameConnector.PinDirection1)Notes
V_MOD1J5.A7 / J5.A15 / J5.A47 / J5.A55 / J5.B5 / J5.B11 / J5.B17 / J5.B45 / J5.B51 / J5.B57 / J6.C5 / J6.C11 / J6.C17 / J6.D7 / J6.D15IN
1.8VJ5.C7 / J5.C15 / J6.B7 / J6.B15OUT
V_IO_W01J5.D3 / J5.D17IN
V_IO_W3J5.D40IN
V_IO_W45J5.D43 / J5.D57IN
V_IO_X01J6.A3 / J6.A17IN
V_BATJ6.A59IN
V_IO_X3J6.B35IN
3.3VJ6.B59OUT
V_IO_CFGJ6.C52IN

1) Direction:

    • IN: Input from the point of view of this board.
    • OUT: Output from the point of view of this board.
Module power rails.


Recommended Power up Sequencing

SequenceNet nameRecommended Voltage RangePull-up/downDescriptionNotes
0---Configuration signal setup.See Configuration and System Control Signals.
1 1)V_BAT3.3 V-Battery connection.Battery Power Domain usage. When not used, tie to GND.
2V_MOD112 V-Main Power supply.

Main module power supply. 3 A recommended. Power consumption depends mainly on design and cooling solution.

3 1)PWR_EN-

PU 2), 3.3 V

Power release.

Controlled module internally. Can be used to delay power on sequencing or disable power. Tie only to GND or leave floating.

4PWR_GOOD-

PU 2), 3.3 V

Power good status.Module power on sequencing finished. Periphery and variable bank voltages can be enabled on carrier.
5 1)3.3V / 1.8V--

Module generated output voltages.

Voltages are available after PWR_GOOD deassertion.

These voltages can be used

  • to supply bank voltages,
  • to supply periphery and/or
  • as power good signal to enable external power regulators.

Important: Consider maximum power consumption.

5

V_IO_W01 / V_IO_W45 / V_IO_X01 / V_IO_W3 /  V_IO_X3 / V_IO_CFG

3)-Module bank voltages.Enable bank voltages after PWR_GOOD deassertion. To achieve minimum current draw and ensure that the I/Os are 3-stated at power-on it is recommended to enable bank voltages before or at the same time as external logic,
6 1)---Reset handling.

RST_M2C# delivers external periphery reset. See Configuration and System Control Signals.

1) (optional)

2) (on module)

3) See DS925 for additional information.

Baseboard Design Hints

Board to Board Connectors

The Andromeda modules use Samtec AcceleRate HD High-Density on bottom side.
  • ADM6-60-01.5-L-4-2 (compatible to ADF6-60-03.5-L-4-2), (240 pins, "60" per row)

The Andromeda carriers use Samtec AcceleRate HD High-Density on top side.

  • ADF6-60-03.5-L-4-2 (compatible to ADF6-60-01.5-L-4-2), (240 pins, "60" per row)
Features
  • Board-to-Board Connector 240-pins, 60 contacts per row
  • 0.025" (0.635 mm) pitch
  • Data Rate: max 56 Gbps 
  • Mates with: ADM6/APF6
  • Insulator Material: LCP, Black
  • Contact Material:  Copper Alloy
  • Plating: Au or Sn over 50 µ" (1.27 µm) N
  • Operating Temperature Range: -55 ºC to +125 ºC
  • PCIe 5.0 capable: Yes
  • Lead-Free Solderable: Yes
  • RoHS Compliant: Yes
Connector Mating height

When using the same type on baseboard, the mating height is 5mm. Other mating heights are possible by using connectors with a different height

Order numberConnector on baseboardcompatible toMating height
30095REF-30095ADM6-60-01.5-L-4-25 mm
31137REF-31137ADF6-60-03.5-L-4-25 mm
Connectors.

The module can be manufactured using other connectors upon request.

Connector Speed Ratings

The  AcceleRate HD High-Density  connector speed rating depends on the stacking height; please see the following table:

Stacking heightSpeed rating
5 mm 10/ 25/ 56 Gbps
Speed rating.
Current Rating

Current rating of  Samtec AcceleRate HD High-Density B2B connectors is 1.34 A per pin (4 pins powered)

Connector Mechanical Ratings
  • Shock: 100G, 6 ms Sine
  • Vibration: 7.5G random, 2 hours per axis, 3 axes total


Manufacturer Documentation

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Technical Specifications

Absolute Maximum Ratings *)

Power Rail Name/ Schematic NameDescriptionMinMaxUnit
V_MOD1Main input power supply-0.318V
V_IO_W01HP FPGA Bank 65 voltage-0.5002.000V
V_IO_W3HD FPGA Bank 24 voltage-0.5003.400V
V_IO_W45HP FPGA Bank 64 voltage-0.5002.000V
V_IO_X01HP FPGA Bank 66 voltage-0.5002.000V
V_BAT 1)FPGA Battery Voltage
6V
V_IO_X3HD FPGA Bank 24 voltage-0.5003.400V
V_IO_CFGPS FPGA Bank 501 and 503 Voltage-0.33.630V

1) It is possible to use a resistor instead of the LDO but then, consider the different min (-0.500 V) / max (2.000 V) values.

AM0010 absolute maximum ratings

*) Stresses beyond those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings only, which do not imply functional operation of the device at these
   or any other conditions beyond those indicated under Recommended Operating Condition. Exposure to absolute-maximum rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.


Recommended Operating Conditions

This TRM is generic for all variants. Temperature range can be differ depending on the assembly version.  Voltage range is mostly the same during variants (exceptions are possible, depending on custom request)


Operating temperature range depends also on customer design and cooling solution. Please contact us for options.

  • Variants of modules are described here: Article Number Information
  • Modules with commercial temperature grade are equipped with components that cover at least the range of 0°C to 75°C
  • Modules with extended temperature grade are equipped with components that cover at least the range of 0°C to 85°C
  • Modules with industrial temperature grade are equipped with components that cover at least the range of -40°C to 85°C
  • The actual operating temperature range will depend on the FPGA / SoC design / usage and cooling and other variables.


ParameterMinMaxUnitsReference Document
V_MOD14.516VSee TPS54A24 and FS1406 datasheets.
V_IO_W010.9501.900VSee FPGA datasheet.
V_IO_W31.1403.400VSee FPGA datasheet.
V_IO_W450.9501.900VSee FPGA datasheet.
V_IO_X010.9501.900VSee FPGA datasheet.
V_BAT 1)2.05.5VSee AP7354D datasheet.
V_IO_X31.1403.400VSee FPGA datasheet.
V_IO_CFG1.7103.465VSee FPGA datasheet.

1) Using a resistor instead of the LDO is possible which leads to different min (1.2 V) / max (1.89 V) values.

Recommended operating conditions.

Physical Dimensions

  • Module size: 56.4 mm × 40 mm.  Please download the assembly diagram for exact numbers.

  • Mating height with standard connectors: 5 mm.

PCB thickness: 2 mm.


Physical Dimension

Currently Offered Variants 

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Revision History

Hardware Revision History


Board hardware revision number.


DateRevisionChangesDocumentation Link
-REV01First Production ReleaseREV01
Hardware Revision History

Hardware revision number can be found on the PCB board together with the module model number separated by the dash.

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