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The Trenz Electronic TE0726 "ZynqBerry" is a industrial-grade Raspberry Pi form-factor compatible FPGA SoM (System on Module) based on Xilinx Zynq-7010 SoC (XC7Z010 System on Chip) with up to 512 MByte DDR3L SDRAM, 4 x USB 2.0 ports, 10/100 Mbit Ethernet port and 16 MByte Flash memory. All parts are at least commercial temperature range of 0°C to +70°C. The module operating temperature range depends on customer design and cooling solution. Please contact us for options.
- Xilinx Zynq XC7Z010 All Programmable SoC, U1
- 512 MByte DDR3L SDRAM, U8
- Lattice Semiconductor MachXO2 System Controller CPLD, U11
- Dual high-speed USB to multipurpose UART/FIFO, U3
- 2 Kbit Microwire compatible serial EEPROM, U6
- Low-power, programmable oscillator @ 12.000000 MHz, U7
- Ultra-low capacitance double rail-to-rail ESD protection diode ,U4
- Micro-USB 2.0 B receptacle, J1
- Green LED (GLED), D1
- Red LED (RLED), D2
- DSI LCD connector, J4
- JTAGENB, when low, TDO, TDI, TMS and TCK function as GPIOs, J15
- Fiducial mark PM2
- External I2C bus with interrupt signal and power line, J2
- Low-voltage 4-channel I2C and SMBus multiplexer with interrupt logic, U10
- 2x20 pin 2.54 GPIO header, J8
128 Mbit (16 MByte) 3.0V SPI Flash memory, U5
- USB 2.0 Hub and 10/100 Ethernet controller, U2
- External reset
- 2 Kbit Microwire compatible serial EEPROM, U9
- PUDC of Zynq, active low enables internal pull-ups during configuration on all SelectIO pins
- Dual USB A receptacle, J12. Also fiducial mark PM1
- Dual USB A receptacle, J11
- Low power programmable oscillator @ 25.000000 MHz, U13
- Molex’s miniature traceability S/N pad for low-cost, unique product identification
- RJ-45 Ethernet connector with 10/100 integrated magnetics, J10. Also fiducial mark PM3
- 3.5mm RCA audio jack, J7
- 1A PowerSoC synchronous buck regulator with integrated inductor (3.3V), U20
- 1A PowerSoC synchronous buck regulator with integrated inductor (1.8V), U19
- ZIF FFC/FPC CSI-2 camera connector, J3
- HDMI connector, J6
Common mode filter with ESD protection, D8
Common mode filter with ESD protection, D9
- 1A PowerSoC synchronous buck regulator with integrated inductor (1.35V), U16
- Additional external +5V power supply connector, J5
Highly integrated full featured hi-speed USB 2.0 ULPI transceiver, U18
- Low-power programmable oscillator @ 33.333333 MHz, U14
- Ultra-low supply current voltage monitor with optional watchdog, U22
- Fiducial mark PM4
- Micro SD memory card connector with detect switch, J9
- JTAG interface, TP1 (TDI), TP3 (TDO), TP5 (TCK), TP7 (TMS)
- 1A PowerSoC synchronous buck regulator with integrated inductor (1.0V), U17
- Fiducial mark PM6
- 0.5A dual channel current-limited power switch, U15
- 0.5A dual channel current-limited power switch, U21
- Fiducial mark PM5
- Xilinx Zynq XC7Z010-1CLG225C
- REV3: DDR3L SDRAM (512MByte)
- REV2: DDR3L SDRAM (128 - 512 MByte)
- REV1 LPDDR2 SDRAM (64 MByte)
- 16 MByte Flash
- Raspberry Pi Model 2 form factor
- LAN9514 USB Hub with 10/100 Ethernet
- 4 x USB 2.0 with power switches
- 10/100 Mbit Ethernet RJ45
- Micro SD card slot with card-detect switch
- HDMI connector
- DSI connector (Display)
- CSI-2 connector (Camera)
- HAT header with 26 I/Os
- power input
- USB UART
- JTAG ARM- and FPGA-Debug
- 3.5 mm audio plug (PWM audio output only)
Initial Delivery State
Up on delivery from Trenz Electronic System Controller CPLD is programmed with the standard firmware and FTDI FT2232H EEPROM contains pre-programmed Digilent license needed by Xilinx software tools for JTAG access, all other programmable devices are empty.
Signals, Interfaces and Pins
Camera Serial Interface (CSI-2)
The TE0726-03 module has CSI-2 specification compatible serial camera interface routed from Zynq SoC bank 34 to the connector J3.
|FPGA Bank||Zynq Pin||Signal Name||Connected To|
|34||M10||CSI_D0_P||CSI-2 camera connector J3|
|34||M11||CSI_D0_N||CSI-2 camera connector J3|
|34||P13||CSI_D1_P||CSI-2 camera connector J3|
|34||P14||CSI_D1_N||CSI-2 camera connector J3|
|34||N11||CSI_C_P||CSI-2 camera connector J3|
|34||N12||CSI_C_N||CSI-2 camera connector J3|
Display Serial Interface (DSI)
The TE0726-03 module has MIPI Alliance DSI specification compatible serial display interface routed from Zynq SoC bank 35 to the connector J4.
|FPGA Bank||Zynq Pin||Signal Name||Connected To|
|35||F13||DSI_D0_R_N||DSI display connector J4|
|35||F14||DSI_D0_R_P||DSI display connector J4|
|35||F12||DSI_D1_R_N||DSI display connector J4|
|35||E13||DSI_D1_R_P||DSI display connector J4|
|35||E11||DSI_C_R_N||DSI display connector J4|
|35||E12||DSI_C_R_P||DSI display connector J4|
See also section FPGA IO Banks Pin Mapping, pins DSI_XA and DSI_XB.
HDMI interface is routed from Zynq SoC bank 34 to the external connector J6 via EMI4192 ESD protector/EMI filters.
|FPGA Bank||Zynq Pin||Signal Name||Connected To|
|34||K12||CEC_B||HDMI connector J6|
|34||P8||HDMI_TX0_N||HDMI connector J6 via EMI filter/ESD protector|
|34||P9||HDMI_TX0_P||HDMI connector J6 via EMI filter/ESD protector|
|34||R10||HDMI_TX1_N||HDMI connector J6 via EMI filter/ESD protector|
|34||P10||HDMI_TX1_P||HDMI connector J6 via EMI filter/ESD protector|
|34||R11||HDMI_TX2_N||HDMI connector J6 via EMI filter/ESD protector|
|34||P11||HDMI_TX2_P||HDMI connector J6 via EMI filter/ESD protector|
|34||R7||HDMI_TXC_N||HDMI connector J6 via EMI filter/ESD protector|
|34||R8||HDMI_TXC_P||HDMI connector J6 via EMI filter/ESD protector|
Pulse-width modulated stereo audio output is routed from Zynq SoC bank 34 to external 3.5mm socket J7.
|FPGA Bank||Zynq Pin||Signal Name||Connected To|
|34||N7||PWM_L||3.5mm stereo socket J7|
|34||N8||PWM_R||3.5mm stereo socket J7|
SD Card Socket
Micro SD memory card connector J9 with detect switch is connected to the Zynq Soc PS MIO bank 500. See also section Default MIO Mapping.
FPGA IO Banks Pin Mapping
|Bank||Zynq Pin||Name||Connected To|
|35||G15||DSI_XA||System Controller CPLD, pin 16|
|35||F15||DSI_XB||System Controller CPLD, pin 17|
GPIO to Header J8 Interface Mapping
|GPIO Name||Zynq Pin||J8 Pin||GPIO Name||Zynq Pin||J8 Pin|
Default MIO Mapping
Bank 500 MIOs
|Interrupt signal from I2C MUX.|
|1||SPI0_CS||SPI chip select.|
|2||SPI0_DQ0/M0||Bi-directional data line 0|
|3||SPI0_DQ1/M1||Bi-directional data line 1|
|4||SPI0_DQ2/M2||Bi-directional data line 2|
|5||SPI0_DQ3/M3||Bi-directional data line 3|
|7||MIO7||RESETB of USB3320 chip, U18|
|8||MIO8||System Controller CPLD pin 28|
|9||MIO9||System Controller CPLD pin 29|
|10||SD_D0||Serial data 0.|
|13||SD_D1||Serial data 1.|
|14||SD_D2||Serial data 2.|
|15||SD_D3||Serial data 3.|
Bank 501 MIOs
|28||OTG-DATA4||ULPI bi-directional data bus.|
|29||OTG-DIR||Data bus direction control signal.|
|30||OTG-STP||Data throttle signal.|
|31||OTG-NXT||Data stream stop.|
|32||OTG-DATA0||ULPI bi-directional data bus.|
|33||OTG-DATA1||ULPI bi-directional data bus.|
|34||OTG-DATA2||ULPI bi-directional data bus.|
|35||OTG-DATA3||ULPI bi-directional data bus.|
|37||OTG-DATA5||ULPI bi-directional data bus.|
|38||OTG-DATA6||ULPI bi-directional data bus.|
|39||OTG-DATA7||ULPI bi-directional data bus.|
|48||MUX_SCL||I2C clock to I2C MUX.|
|49||MUX_SDA||I2C data to/from I2C MUX.|
|52||MIO52||System Controller CPLD pin 20|
|53||MIO53||System Controller CPLD pin 21|
There are two LEDs on TE0726 module:
|D1||GLED||Green||5||CPLD bank 3.|
CPLD bank 3.
System Controller CPLD
There is a System Controller CPLD chip LCMXO2-256HC from Lattice Semiconductor on-board. Refer to the TE0726 CPLD for more information.
|Zynq SoC system reference clock.|
FT2232H oscillator input.
|CLK24M||U2||24 MHz (see also REFSEL0 .. 2)||U18||26||Reference input/output clock, see datasheet.|
|CLK25M||U13||25.000000 MHz||U2||61||External 25 MHz crystal input.|
Hi-speed USB 2.0 and 10/100 Mbit Ethernet
The TE0726-03 has on-board SMSC LAN9514 controller featuring USB 2.0 hub and 10/100 Mbit Ethernet controller. USB hub has four downstream ports and one upstream port, fully compliant with Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 2.0. HS (480 Mbps), FS (12 Mbps), and LS (1.5 Mbps) compatible. Upstream port is connected to the SMSC USB3320 hi-speed USB 2.0 ULPI transceiver which has full support for the optional On-The-Go (OTG) protocol.
High-Performance 10/100 Ethernet controller integrated into the same LAN9514 IC is fully compliant with IEEE802.3/802.3u standards, has integrated Ethernet MAC and PHY and supports both 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX media.
256-byte EEPROM is connected via Microwire to the LAN9514 chip to store MAC address.
USB to JTAG/UART
The TE0726-03 has on-board high-speed USB 2.0 to UART/FIFO FT2232H controller from FTDI with external connection to micro-USB connector J1. There is also a 256-byte EEPROM wired to the FT2232H chip via Microwire bus which holds pre-programmed license code to support Xilinx programming tools.
Do not access the FT2232H EEPROM using FTDI programming tools, doing so will erase normally invisible user EEPROM content and invalidate stored Xilinx JTAG license. Without this license the on-board JTAG will not be accessible any more with any Xilinx tools. Software tools from FTDI website do not warn or ask for confirmation before erasing user EEPROM content.
4-Channel I2C Multiplexer
Zynq MIO pin 48 (MUX_SCL) and pin 49 (MUX_SDA) are connected to the 4-channel I2C multiplexer chip TCA9544A from Texas Instruments having I2C address of 0x70. It has four slave I2C channels which are routed as follows:
|0||Connector J8, pin 27 (ID_SDA) and pin 28 (ID_SCL).|
|1||DSI connector J4, pin 12 (DSI_SDA) and pin 11 (DSI_SCL).|
|2||HDMI connector J6, pin 16 (SDA) and pin 15 (SCL).|
|3||CSI-2 camera connector J3, pin 14 (CSI_SDA) and pin 13 (CSI_SCL).|
Each slave channel of TCA9544A has its own dedicated interrupt signal in order for the master to detect an interrupt on the INT output pin that can result from any of the slave devices connected to the INT0-INT3 input pins.
Xilinx Zynq devices in CLG225 package do not support SD Card boot directly from ROM bootloader.
At least FSBL must be loaded from on-board SPI Flash, later all boot process can continue from SD Card. The easiest solution is to let FSBL to load bitstream and u-boot from SPI Flash, and then let u-boot to load Linux or any other OS image from SD Card.
Xilinx Zynq devices in CLG225 package do not not support SD Card boot directly from ROM bootloader.
At least FSBL must be loaded from on-board SPI Flash, later all boot process can continue from SD Card. The easiest way is to let FSBL to load bitstream and u-boot from SPI Flash, and then let u-boot to load linux or any other OS image from SD Card.
Power and Power-On Sequence
To power-up a module, 5.0V power supply with minimum current capability of 1A is recommended.
TE0726 needs one single power source via micro-USB jack J1. However it is recommended to not use any USB equipment below USB standard 2.0 to power the module. Also two-pin header J5 can be used to provide power source if needed.
There is no specific power-on sequence.
Power Rails and Bank Voltages
|DDR3L SDRAM power-supply.|
Variants Currently in Production
|TE0726 Variant||Zynq SoC|
|TE0726-03R||XC7Z010-1CLG225C||128 MByte||16 MByte||-||Commercial grade|
|TE0726-03M||XC7Z010-1CLG225C||512 MByte||16 MByte||10/100 Mbit||Commercial grade|
|TE0726-03-07S-1C||XC7Z007S-1CLG225C||512 MByte||16 MByte||10/100 Mbit||Commercial grade|
Normally TE0726 module is powered by micro-USB connector J1 VBUS pin, which voltage level is controlled by host according to the USB standards and should be 5V, so there is not much user can control here if using standard USB equipment.
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Power supply voltage
|See AP2152SG-13 datasheet. Not applicable if TE0726 module is powered by micro-USB connector J1 as VBUS pin voltage level of 5V is controlled by the supplying side equipment.|
Recommended Operating Conditions
|Power supply voltage|
|5.5||V||See AP2152SG-13 datasheet.|
The module operating temperature range depends on customer design and cooling solution. Please contact us for options.
Module size: 40 mm × 30 mm. Please download the assembly diagram for exact numbers.
Mating height with standard connectors: 8 mm
PCB thickness: 1.6 mm
Highest part on PCB: approximately 2.5 mm. Please download the step model for exact numbers.
All dimensions are shown in millimeters. Additional sketches, drawings and schematics can be found here.
|Variant||Weight in g||Note|
Hardware Revision History
Hardware revision number is printed on the PCB board next to the module model number separated by the dash.
Document Change History
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