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The Trenz Electronic TEI0022 is a SoC board based on Intel Cyclone V FPGA, an Ethernet PHY, one GByte DDR3 SDRAM per HPS and FPGA and one 32 MByte Quad SPI Flash memory for configuration and operation per HPS and FPGA, and powerful switching-mode power supplies for all on-board voltages.
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- SoC FPGA
- Intel Cyclone V (5CSEMA5F31C8N)
- Package: FBGA 896 pins
- Speed Grade: 8
- Temperature: Commercial (Tj = 0 °C to 85 °C)
- 1 GByte DDR3 SDRAM for HPS
- 1 GByte DDR3 SDRAM for FPGA
- 32 MByte SPI for HPS
- 32 MByte SPI for FPGA
- On Board
- up to 7 x SMA Connector
- Temperature Sensor
- Intel MAX10 for board management
- LPC FMC Connector
- 4 x Pmod Connector
- UART via micro USB B Connector (for FPGA)
- UART via micro USB B Connector (for HPS)
- 4 x USB 2.0 Host
- Ethernet via RJ45 Connector
- SD Card
- 12 V Input supply voltage
- 160 mm x 130 mm
- Intel Cyclone V, U10
- DDR3 SDRAM, U26...27
- DDR3 SDRAM, U28...29
- FMC, J4
- Pmod, P1...4
- SD Card Connector, J3
- Ethernet PHY, U1
- RJ45 Connector, J1
- USB PHY, U8
- USB HUB, U33
- USB Connector, J2, J12
- HDMI Transmitter, U23
- HDMI Connector, J11
- Intel MAX10, U41
- Micro USB to UART Interface, J5, U30
- USB to JTAG , U21
- Micro USB JTAG and UART, J13
- SMA Connector
- Push Button, S1, S3...5
- 4-Bit DIP Switch, S2, S7...8
- 12 V Power Jack, J6
- Clock Generator, U48
- Programmable Clock Generator, U3
- QSPI - FPGA PS, U6
- QSPI - FPGA PL, U15
- Temperature Sensor, U16
- EEPROM, U38
Initial Delivery State
Storage device name
HPS SPI Flash (U6)
|FPGA SPI Flash (U15)||Not programmed||FPGA Configuration|
|MAC EEPROM (U38)|
MAC programmed, otherwise not programmed
|FTDI EEPROM (U31)||Programmed||FTDI Functionality|
Boot Mode must be set using DIP Switch S7 on the module TEI0022. Please note that the DIP Switch is active low.
|MODE Signal State||Boot Mode||Notes|
|S7-1 (BOOTSEL0)||S7-2 (BOOTSEL1)|
HPS cold reset
|HPS warm reset||S3|
Signals, Interfaces and Pins
FMC LPC Connector
The FMC (FPGA Mezzanine Card) connector J4 with low pin count (LPC) provides as an ANSI/VITA 57.1 standard a modular interface to the Intel Cyclone V FPGA and exposes numerous of its I/O pins for use by other mezzanine modules and expansion cards.
The connector supports single ended (VCCIO: FMC_VADJ) and differential signaling as the I/O's are routed from the FPGA banks as LVDS-pairs to the FMC connector.
|FMC Signal||Intel Cyclone V Direction||I/O Signal Count (Single Ended/Differential)||Voltage Level||Notes|
|LA0...1||RX||4 / 2||FMC_VADJ||Voltage level as visible in table Intel Cyclone V SoC bank voltages.|
|LA3, LA5, LA7, ..., LA33||RX||32 / 16||FMC_VADJ||Voltage level as visible in table Intel Cyclone V SoC bank voltages.|
|LA2, LA4, LA6, ..., LA32||TX||32 / 16||FMC_VADJ||Voltage level as visible in table Intel Cyclone V SoC bank voltages.|
|CLK0...1||RX||4 / 2||FMC_VADJ||Voltage level as visible in table Intel Cyclone V SoC bank voltages.|
The FMC connector provides further interfaces like JTAG and I²C:
|Interface||I/O Signal Count||Pin schematic Names / FMC Pins||Connected to||Notes|
FMC_TCK, Pin J4-D29
FMC_TMS, Pin J4-D33
FMC_TDI, Pin J4-D30
FMC_TDO, Pin J4-D31
FMC_TRST#, Pin J4-D34
|Intel MAX10 U41, Bank 3||VCCIO: +3.3V|
FMC_SCL, Pin J4-C30
FMC_SDA, Pin J4-C31
|Intel MAX10 U41, Bank 3 and Intel Cyclone V U10, Bank 7A||I2C-lines pulled-up to +3.3V|
FMC_PRSNT_M2C#, Pin J4-H2 (pulled-up to +3.3V)
FMC_PG_C2M, Pin J4-D1 (pulled-up to +3.3V)
|Intel MAX10 U41, Bank 3 and Intel Cyclone V U10, Bank 5B / 7C|
'PG' = 'Power Good'-signal
'C2M' = carrier to (Mezzanine) module
'M2C' = (Mezzanine) module to carrier
Several VCCIO voltages are available on the FMC connector to operate the I/O's on different voltage levels:
|VCCIO Schematic Name||FMC Connector J4 Pins||Notes|
|+12.0V_FMC||C35/C37||extern 12 V power supply|
|+3.3V_FMC||D36/D38/D40/C39||3.3 V peripheral supply voltage|
|+3.3V||D32||3.3 V peripheral supply voltage|
|FMC_VADJ||H40/G39||adjustable FMC VCCIO voltage, supplied by DC-DC converter U43|
|FMC_VREF_A_M2C||H1||adjustable reference voltage|
The TEI0022 board offers four Pmod (2x6 pins, SMD) connectors which provides as a standard modular interface single ended I/O pins for use with extension modules.
Following table gives an overview of the Pmod connectors and the signals routed to the attached Intel Cyclone V (U10):
|Pmod Connector P1 Pin||Signal Schematic Name||Connected to Intel Cyclone V, U10||Notes|
|Pmod Connector P2 Pin||Signal Schematic Name||Connected to Intel Cyclone V, U10||Notes|
|Pmod Connector P3 Pin||Signal Schematic Name||Connected to Intel Cyclone V, U10||Notes|
|Pmod Connector P4 Pin||Signal Schematic Name||Connected to Intel Cyclone V, U10||Notes|
The TEI0022 board offers up to seven SMA connectors for trigger and clock input and output.
|Signal Schematic Names|
|J7||SMA_CLK_OUT_p||Clock Generator U3, Pin 22||Assembly option|
|J10||SMA_CLK_OUT_n||Clock Generator U3, Pin 21||Assembly option|
|J8||TRIGGER_OUTPUT||Intel Cyclone V U10, Pin AE29|
|J9||TRIGGER_INPUT||Intel Cyclone V U10, Pin AA26|
|EXT_CLK_INPUT||Intel Cyclone V U10, Pin Y26|
|J17||CLK_INPUT||Intel Cyclone V U10, Pin AD29|
|J18||SMA_CLK_IN||Clock Generator U3, Pin 1|
The TEI0022 board offers a FAN connector for cooling the FPGA device. Depending on the assembly 5 V or 12 V are usable.
|Signal Schematic Names|
|2-Pin FAN Connector J16, 5 V or 12 V power supply depending on R270/271 with BTS4141N High Side Switch U55|
(High Side Switch U55, Pin 3)
|Intel MAX10 U41, Pin D13||Intel Cyclone V cooling FAN|
Micro USB Connector (JTAG)
According to the JTAGEN and JTAGSEL[1..0] pins the management controller Intel MAX10 (U41), the Intel Cyclone V HPS (U10), the Intel Cyclone V FPGA (U10) or the FMC (J4) can be accessed via the micro USB B connector J13.
JTAG access is controlled by the DIP switches S7 and S8 on the module TEI0022. Please note that the DIP Switches are active low.
|JTAG selection||JTAG Signal State||Note|
|ON||ON||OFF||Intel Cyclone V HPS|
|ON||OFF||OFF||Intel Cyclone V FPGA|
Micro USB Connector (UART)
A UART connection between the USB B connector J5 and the Intel Cyclone HPS U10 is possible via the FT234XD (U30) chip.
On the TEI0022 board there are up to four USB 2.0 Hi-Speed ports available (J2, J12).
The TEI0022 provides an HDMI Connector J11.
SD Card Connector
SD Card connector J3 is connected to the Intel Cyclone V U10.
The board TEI0022 provides an ethernet interface via the RJ45 connector J1.
The TEI0022 provides three independent I2C busses. One bus is used to connect the FMC I2C with the Intel Cyclone V HPS. The second bus is used to connect the HDMI device to the Intel Cyclone V FPGA. The third bus is used to handle the other on-board I2C devices. Via assembly option, it is possible to connect bus two to bus three.
|Bus||I2C Device||Designator||I2C Address||Schematic Names of I2C Bus Lines||Notes|
|HPS I2C||Temperature Sensor||U16||0x4A||HPS_I2C_SCL / HPS_I2C_SDA||3.3 V reference voltage|
|HPS I2C||Programmable Clock Generator||U3||0x70||HPS_I2C_SCL / HPS_I2C_SDA||3.3 V reference voltage|
|HPS I2C||EEPROM||U38||0x50||HPS_I2C_SCL / HPS_I2C_SDA||3.3 V reference voltage|
|HDMI I2C||HDMI||U23||0x72||HDMI_I2C_SCL / _I2C_SDA||3.3 V reference voltage|
|HPS FMC I2C||FMC||J4||0x50||FMC_SCL / FMC_SDA||3.3 V reference voltage|
|System Controller Intel MAX10||U41|
|Intel Cyclone V||U10|
|Gigabit Ethernet PHY||U1|
|High-Speed USB ULPI PHY||U8|
|4-Port USB 2.0 Hub||U33|
|On-Board LEDs||D1...15, D17...23, D25|
|Oscillator||U32, U34, U48|
|Programmable Clock Generator||U3|
System Controller Intel MAX 10
The TEI0022 is equipped with an Intel MAX 10 (U41) which is the central system management unit where essential control signals are logically linked by the implemented logic of the FPGA firmware. This generates output signals to control the system, the on-board peripherals and the interfaces. Interfaces like JTAG are by-passed, forwarded and controlled by the System Controller. Other tasks of the System Controller are the monitoring of the power-on sequence and configuration of the Intel Cyclone V FPGA. The functionalities and configuration of the pins depend on its firmware.
Intel Cyclone V
The Intel Cyclone V device used at the TEI0022 board is a SoC with integrated ARM-based HPS. The 5CSEMA5F31C8N version delivers one hard memory controller, 80K logic elements in an FineLineBGA (FBGA) with 896 pins for the commercial temperature range of TJ = 0...85 °C with speed grade eight.
The TEI0022 SoM has one GByte volatile DDR3 SDRAM memory per FPGA (U26, U27) and HPS (U28, U29) for storing user application code and data.
- Part number: IS43TR16256BL-125KBLI
- Supply voltage: 1.5 V
- Speed: TBD
- Temperature: TC = -40 °C up to 95 °C
Gigabit Ethernet PHY
On-board Gigabit Ethernet PHY (U1) is provided with Analog Devices ADIN1300. The Ethernet PHY RGMII interface is connected to the Intel Cyclone V HPS. I/O voltage is fixed at 3.3 V. The reference clock input of the PHY is supplied from the on-board 25.0 MHz oscillator (U48).
|Bank||Signal Name||Signal Description|
|7B||ETH_TXCK||RGMII Transmit Reference Clock|
|7B||ETH_TXD0||RGMII Transmit Data 0|
|7B||ETH_TXD1||RGMII Transmit Data 1|
|7B||ETH_TXD2||RGMII Transmit Data 2|
|7B||ETH_TXD3||RGMII Transmit Data 3|
|RGMII Transmit Control|
|7B||ETH_RXCK||RGMII Receive Reference Clock|
|7B||ETH_RXD0||RGMII Receive Data 0|
|7B||ETH_RXD1||RGMII Receive Data 1|
|7B||ETH_RXD2||RGMII Receive Data 2|
|7B||ETH_RXD3||RGMII Receive Data 3|
|RGMII Receive Control|
|7B||ETH_MDC||Management Data Clock|
|7B||ETH_MDIO||Management Data I/O|
High-Speed USB ULPI PHY
USB PHY (U8) is provided by USB3320C from Microchip. The ULPI interface is connected to the Intel Cyclone V HPS. I/O voltage is fixed at 3.3 V and PHY reference clock input is supplied from the on-board 24.0 MHz oscillator (U34).
|PHY Pin||Connected to||Notes|
|ULPI||Intel Cyclone V HPS (U10)|
|REFCLK||24 MHz from on board oscillator (U34)|
|REFSEL[0..2]||High (3.3 V)|
|RESETB||Intel Cyclone V HPS (U10) and Intel MAX 10 (U41)|
|DP, DM||4-port USB 2.0 Hub (U33)|
|VBUS||Pull-up to 5 V.|
4-Port USB 2.0 Hub
On the TEI0022 board there are up to four USB 2.0 Hi-Speed ports available (J2, J12). The USB 2.0 ports are provided by Microchip Cypress USB2514B 4-port USB 2.0 Hub controller (U33) which is connected to the USB PHY USB3320C (U8) connected to the Intel Cyclone V HPS via ULPI.
The TEI0022 board provides an HDMI interface routed to the Intel Cyclone FPGA (U10). The HDMI interface is created by the HDMI transmitter ADV7511 provided by Analog Devices. The HDMI transmitter is incorporated in conjunction with the HDMI protection circuit TI TPD12S016 for more signal robustness.
|HDMI connector J11||Signal Schematic Name||Connected to||Notes|
|Pin 1, 3||HDMI_TX2_P / HDMI_TX2_N||HDMI transmitter, Pin 43, 42||also connected to HDMI protection circuit|
|Pin 4, 6||HDMI_TX1_P / HDMI_TX1_N|
HDMI transmitter, Pin 40, 39
also connected to HDMI protection circuit
|Pin 7, 9||HDMI_TX0_P / HDMI_TX0_N||HDMI transmitter, Pin 36, 35||also connected to HDMI protection circuit|
|Pin 10, 12||HDMI_TXC_P / HDMI_TXC_N||HDMI transmitter, Pin 33, 32||also connected to HDMI protection circuit|
|Pin 13||CEC_B||HDMI transmitter, Pin 48||HDMI CEC, wired through HDMI protection circuit|
|Pin 15||SCL_B||HDMI transmitter, Pin 53||HDMI I²C clock line, wired through HDMI protection circuit|
|Pin 16||SDA_B||HDMI transmitter, Pin 54||HDMI I²C data line, wired through HDMI protection circuit|
|Pin 19||HPD_B||HDMI transmitter, Pin 30||Hot Plug Detect, wired through HDMI protection circuit|
|Pin 18||5V_HDMI||HDMI protection circuit, Pin 13||5V supply voltage, wired through HDMI protection circuit|
Please refer to the section "Micro USB Connector (JTAG)".
Please refer to the section "Micro USB Connector (UART)".
There are three 4-bit DIP-switches present on the TEI0022 board to configure options and set parameters. The following section describes the functionalities of the particular switches.
The table below describes the functionalities of the switches of DIP-switch S2 at their single positions:
|DIP-switch S2||Position ON||Position OFF||Notes|
|S4-1||HPS_SW1 is low||HPS_SW1 is high||User switch|
|S4-2||HPS_SW2 is low||HPS_SW2 is high||User switch|
|S4-3||FPGA_SW1 is low||FPGA_SW1 is high||User switch|
|S4-4||FPGA_SW2 is low||FPGA_SW2 is high||User switch|
The table below describes the functionalities of the switches of DIP-switch S7 at their single positions:
|DIP-switch S7||Position ON||Position OFF||Notes|
|S7-1||HPS_SPI_SS/BOOTSEL0 is low||HPS_SPI_SS/BOOTSEL0 is high||Boot select (Firmware dependent)|
|S7-2||QSPI_CS/BOOTSEL1 is low||QSPI_CS/BOOTSEL1 is high||Boot select (Firmware dependent)|
|S7-3||JTAGSEL0 is low||JTAGSEL0 is high||JTAG select (Firmware dependent)|
|S7-4||JTAGSEL1 is low||JTAGSEL1 is high||JTAG select (Firmware dependent)|
The table below describes the functionalities of the switches of DIP-switch S8 at their single positions:
|DIP-switch S8||Position ON||Position OFF||Notes|
|S8-1||VID0_SW is low||VID0_SW is high||FMC_VADJ selection (Firmware dependent)|
|S8-2||VID1_SW is low||VID1_SW is high||FMC_VADJ selection (Firmware dependent)|
|S8-3||VID2_SW is low||VID2_SW is high||FMC_VADJ selection (Firmware dependent)|
|S8-4||JTAGEN is high||JTAGEN is low||JTAG select|
There are four buttons present on the TEI0022 board. The following section describes the functionalities of the particular buttons. The final functionality is set by the management Intel MAX10.
|Button||Position ON||Position OFF||Notes|
|S1||HPS_RST#_SW is low||HPS_RST#_SW is high||Reset (cold) the Intel Cyclone V HPS (Firmware dependent)|
|S3||HPS_WARM_RST#_SW is low||HPS_WARM_RST#_SW is high||Reset (warm) the Intel Cyclone V HPS (Firmware dependent)|
|S4||FPGA_RST#_SW is low||FPGA_RST#_SW is high||Reset the Intel Cyclone V FPGA (Firmware dependent)|
|S5||USER_BTN_SW is low||USER_BTN_SW is high||User button (Firmware dependent)|
The TEI0022 board is equipped with several LEDs to signal current states and activities. The functionality of the LEDs D11...14 are user LEDs. The LED D8 shows the Intel Cyclone V configuration progress. LEDs D15, D18...19 shows the UART connection and the other LEDs mentioned in the table are supply power status LEDs.
|Designator||Color||Connected to||Active Level||Note|
|D11||Green||Intel Cyclone V HPS||H||User LED|
|D12||Green||Intel Cyclone V HPS||H||User LED|
|D13||Green||Intel Cyclone V FPGA||H||User LED|
|D14||Green||Intel Cyclone V FPGA||H||User LED|
|D8||Green||Intel Cyclone V FPGA, Intel MAX 10||L||Status: Configuration "Done"|
|D21||Green||+12.0V||H||Status of +12.0V voltage rail|
|D1||Green||+12.0V_FMC||H||Status of +12.0V_FMC voltage rail|
|D2||Green||+5.0V||H||Status of +5.0V voltage rail|
|D3||Green||+3.3V||H||Status of +3.3V voltage rail|
|D20||Green||+3.3V_MAX10||H||Status of +3.3V_MAX10 voltage rail|
|D22||Green||+3.3V_FMC||H||Status of +3.3V_FMC voltage rail|
|D4||Green||+2.5V||H||Status of +2.5V voltage rail|
|D5||Green||Intel MAX 10||H||Status of +1.8V voltage rail|
|D7||Green||Intel MAX 10||H||Status of VCC voltage rail|
|D9||Green||Intel MAX 10||H||Status of FMC_VADJ voltage rail|
|D6||Green||Intel MAX 10||H||Status of VDD_DDR_FPGA voltage rail|
|D23||Green||Intel MAX 10||H||Status of VDD_DDR_HPS voltage rail|
|D17||Green||Intel MAX 10||H||Status of VTT_DDR_FPGA voltage rail|
|D10||Green||Intel MAX 10||H||Status of VTT_DDR_HPS voltage rail|
|D25||Red||Intel MAX 10||H||Status|
The temperature sensor ADT7410 (U16) is implemented on the TEI0022 board.
Quad SPI Flash Memory
Two 256 Mbit (32 MByte) Quad SPI Flash Memory (Micron MT25QL256ABA8E12, U6, U15) are provided for FPGA and HPS configuration file storage. After configuration process completes the remaining free memory can be used for application data storage. All four SPI data lines are connected to the FPGA or the HPS allowing x1, x2 or x4 data bus widths to be used. The maximum data transfer rate depends on the bus width and clock frequency.
Quad SPI Flash memory U6 is connected to the HPS bank 7B and U15 to FPGA bank 3A.
|Signal Name||QSPI Flash Memory U6 Pin||FPGA Pin|
|QSPI_CS/BOOTSEL1||S#, Pin C2||Bank 7B, Pin A18|
|QSPI_CLK||C, Pin B2||Bank 7B, Pin D19|
|QSPI_DATA0||DQ0, Pin D3||Bank 7B, Pin C20|
|QSPI_DATA1||DQ1, Pin D2||Bank 7B, Pin H18|
|QSPI_DATA2||DQ2, Pin C4||Bank 7B, Pin A19|
|QSPI_DATA3||DQ3, Pin D4||Bank 7B, Pin E19|
|Signal Name||QSPI Flash Memory U15 Pin||FPGA Pin|
|nCSO||S#, Pin C2||Bank 3A, Pin AB8|
|AS_DCK||C, Pin B2||Bank 3A, Pin U7|
|AS_DATA0||DQ0, Pin D3||Bank 3A, Pin AE6|
|AS_DATA1||DQ1, Pin D2||Bank 3A, Pin AE5|
|AS_DATA2||DQ2, Pin C4||Bank 3A, Pin AE8|
|AS_DATA3||DQ3, Pin D4||Bank 3A, Pin AC7|
The TEI0022 board contains two EEPROMs for configuration and general user purposes.
|EEPROM Model||I2C Address||Designator||Memory Density||Purpose||Notes|
|24AA025E48T-I/OT||0x50||U38||2 KBit||Ethernet MAC|
|93AA56BT-I/OT||-||U31||2 KBit||JTAG Configuration|
The board has following reference clocking sources provided by on-board oscillators:
|Clock Source||Frequency||Signal Schematic Name||Clock Destination||Notes|
|U48, SiT8208AI||25.0 MHz||CLK_25MHz_R||Si5338A PLL U3, Pin 3 (IN3)|
|HPS_CLK1_25MHz||HPS Bank 7A U10, Pin D25|
|ETH_XTAL_IN||ETH PHY U1, Pin 9|
|U32, SiT8208AI||12.0 MHz||OSCI||FT2232H U21, Pin 3|
|U34, SiT8008BI||24.0 MHz||USB_CLK24_HUB||USB Hub U33, Pin 33|
|USB_CLK24_PHY||USB PHY U8, Pin 26|
Programmable Clock Generator
There is a Silicon Labs I2C programmable quad PLL clock generator on-board (Si5338A, U3) to generate various reference clocks for the module.
|Si5338A Pin||Signal Name / Description||Connected to||Direction||Notes|
|SMA_CLK_IN||SMA J18, Pin 1||Input|
Assembly option dependent
|IN2||SMA_CLK_IN||SMA J18, Pin 1||Input|
Assembly option dependent
Reference input clock
|U48, Pin 3||Input||25 MHz oscillator U48, SiT8208|
|-||GND||Input||I2C slave device address LSB|
|Not Connected||Input||Not used|
|SCL||HPS_I2C_SCL||HPS I2C Bus U10, Pin H23||Input|
I²C interface muxed to Intel Cyclone V
Slave address: 0x70.
|SDA||HPS_I2C_SDA||HPS I2C Bus U10, Pin A25||Input / Output|
I²C interface muxed to Intel Cyclone V
Slave address: 0x70.
Clock to SMA connectors (Assembly option dependent)
|CLK_B3B_p/n||U10, Pin AF14/15||Output||Clock to FPGA bank 3B|
|CLK2A||CLK_MAX10||U41, Pin H6||Output|
Clock to Intel MAX 10 bank 2
|CLK2B||HPS_CLK2||U10, Pin F25||Output||Clock to HPS bank 7A|
|U10, Pin AA16/AB17||Output|
Clock to FPGA bank 4A
The TEI0022 uses a precision supply monitor (U54) for three voltages. Therefore, if one of the voltages browns out it should be realized and handled.
Power and Power-On Sequence
The maximum power consumption of this board mainly depends on the design which is running on the FPGA. Intel provides power estimator excel sheets to calculate power consumption.
|Power Input Pin||Typical Current|
* TBD - To Be Determined
Power Distribution Dependencies
All on-board voltages of the TEI0022 are generated out of the extern applied 12 V power supply.
There are following dependencies how the initial 12V power supply is distributed to the on-board DC-DC converters, which power up further DCDC converters and the particular on-board voltages:
The following figures delivers the power-on sequence information. The figure Power Sequency shows the connections between the power devices and its management. The figure Suggested Power Sequency shows the recommended firmware power-on sequence. For more information about firmware depended power-on sequencing see TEI0022 Intel MAX 10 → Power mangement.
Voltage Monitor Circuit
The voltages +3.3V, +5.0V, and VCC are monitored by the voltage monitor circuit LTC2911 (U54), which generates a reset signal at power-on. A manual reset is also possible as described in the reset table.
|Bank 3A||+3.3V||+3.3 V|
|Bank 5A||+3.3V||+3.3 V|
|Bank 5B||+3.3V||+3.3 V|
|Bank 7A||+3.3V||+3.3 V|
|Bank 7B||+3.3V||+3.3 V|
|Bank 7C||+3.3V||+3.3 V|
|Bank 7D||+3.3V||+3.3 V|
+3.3 V, +2.5 V, +1.8 V, +1.25 V, +1.2 V
|Adjustable voltage (+0.8 V is not usable at the Intel Cyclone V)|
|Bank 9A||+3.3V||+3.3 V|
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Recommended Operating Conditions
Operating temperature range depends also on customer design and cooling solution. Please contact us for options.
|+12.0V_IN||10.5||13||V||Input power protection U42|
Module size: 160 mm × 130 mm. Please download the assembly diagram for exact numbers.
PCB thickness: 1.9 mm.
Currently Offered Variants
Hardware Revision History
|-||03||Refer to the "Revision_Changes" schematic page|
|-||02||Refer to the "Revision_Changes" schematic page|
|-||01||First Production Release|
Hardware revision number can be found on the PCB board together with the module model number separated by the dash.
Document Change History
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REACH, RoHS and WEEE
Trenz Electronic is a manufacturer and a distributor of electronic products. It is therefore a so called downstream user in the sense of REACH. The products we supply to you are solely non-chemical products (goods). Moreover and under normal and reasonably foreseeable circumstances of application, the goods supplied to you shall not release any substance. For that, Trenz Electronic is obliged to neither register nor to provide safety data sheet. According to present knowledge and to best of our knowledge, no SVHC (Substances of Very High Concern) on the Candidate List are contained in our products. Furthermore, we will immediately and unsolicited inform our customers in compliance with REACH - Article 33 if any substance present in our goods (above a concentration of 0,1 % weight by weight) will be classified as SVHC by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).
Trenz Electronic GmbH herewith declares that all its products are developed, manufactured and distributed RoHS compliant.
Information for users within the European Union in accordance with Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
Users of electrical and electronic equipment in private households are required not to dispose of waste electrical and electronic equipment as unsorted municipal waste and to collect such waste electrical and electronic equipment separately. By the 13 August 2005, Member States shall have ensured that systems are set up allowing final holders and distributors to return waste electrical and electronic equipment at least free of charge. Member States shall ensure the availability and accessibility of the necessary collection facilities. Separate collection is the precondition to ensure specific treatment and recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment and is necessary to achieve the chosen level of protection of human health and the environment in the European Union. Consumers have to actively contribute to the success of such collection and the return of waste electrical and electronic equipment. Presence of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment results in potential effects on the environment and human health. The symbol consisting of the crossed-out wheeled bin indicates separate collection for waste electrical and electronic equipment.
Trenz Electronic is registered under WEEE-Reg.-Nr. DE97922676.