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  • Module: TRM Name always "TE Series Name" +TRM
    Example: "TE0728 TRM"
  • Carrier: TRM Name usually "TEB Series Name" +TRM
    Example: "TEB0728 TRM"

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Important General Note:

  • If some section is configurable and depends on Firmware, please refer to the addition page (for example CPLD). If not available, add note, that this part is configurable
  • Designate all graphics and pictures with a number and a description, Use "Scroll Title" macro

    • Use "Scroll Title" macro for pictures and table labels. Figure number must be set manually at the moment (automatically enumeration is planned by scrollPDF)
      • Figure template:

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    • The anchors of the Scroll Title should be named consistant across TRMs. A incomplete list of examples is given below

      • <type>_<main section>_<name>

        • type: Figure, Table
        • main section:
          • "OV" for Overview
          • "SIP" for Signal Interfaces and Pins,
          • "OBP" for On board Peripherals,
          • "PWR" for Power and Power-On Sequence,
          • "B2B" for Board to Board Connector,
          • "TS" for Technical Specification
          • "VCP" for Variants Currently in Production
          •  "RH" for Revision History
        • name: custom, some fix names, see below
      • Fix names:
        • "Figure_OV_BD" for Block Diagram

        • "Figure_OV_MC" for Main Components

        • "Table_OV_IDS" for Initial Delivery State

        • "Table_PWR_PC" for Power Consumption

        • "Figure_PWR_PD" for Power Distribution
        • "Figure_PWR_PS" for Power Sequence
        • "Figure_PWR_PM" for Power Monitoring
        • "Table_PWR_PR" for Power Rails
        • "Table_PWR_BV" for Bank Voltages
        • "Table_TS_AMR" for Absolute_Maximum_Ratings

        • "Table_TS_ROC" for Recommended_Operating_Conditions

        • "Figure_TS_PD" for Physical_Dimensions
        • "Table_VCP_SO" for TE_Shop_Overview
        • "Table_RH_HRH" for Hardware_Revision_History

        • "Figure_RH_HRN" for Hardware_Revision_Number
        • "Table_RH_DCH" for Document_Change_History
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    • Refer to Anchror from external : <page url>#<pagename without space characters>-<anchorname>


Note for Download Link of the Scroll ignore macro:

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Table of Contents


The Trenz Electronic TEP0006 is an Ultra96 LS Expansion to Pmod adapter.

Refer to http://trenz.org/tep0006-info for the current online version of this manual and other available documentation.

Notes :

Key Features

 'description: Important components and connector or other Features of the module
→ please sort and indicate assembly options

Key Features'  must be split into 6 main groups:

  • FPGA/Module
    • Package:
    • Speed:
    • Temperature:
  • RAM/Storage
    • E.g. SDRAM, SPI
  • On Board
    • E.g. CPLD, PLL
  • Interface
    • E.g. ETH, USB, B2B, Display port
  • Power
    • E.g. Input supply voltage
  • Dimension

Block Diagram

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For more information regarding how to draw a diagram, Please refer to "Diagram Drawing Guidline" .

Main Components

Notes :

  • Picture of the PCB (top and bottom side) with labels of important components
  • Add List below

For more information regarding how to add board photoes, Please refer to "Diagram Drawing Guidline" .

  1. PMod 2x6 Host Socke (PMOD 2)  ,J2
  2. PMod 2x6 Host Socke (PMOD 2) ,J1
  3. Level Translator (HP_GPIO[0..7]) ,U1
  4. Level Translator (HP_GPIO[8..15]),U3
  5. Level Translator PMOD(SPI),U6
  6. Linear Voltage Regulator,U2
  7. Jumper,J6-J7
  8. PMod 2x6 Host Socke (SPI),J4
  9. GROVE,J5
  10. Level Translator (GROVE) ,U5
  11. Jumper (Voltage select ),J10
  12. Ultra96 LS Expansion Header (40 Pos),J3

Initial Delivery State

Notes :

Only components like EEPROM, QSPI flash can be initialized by default at manufacture.

If there is no components which might have initial data ( possible on carrier) you must keep the table empty

Storage device name




Configuration Signals

  • Overview of Boot Mode, Reset, Enables.

Signals, Interfaces and Pins

Notes :

  • For carrier or stand-alone boards use subsection for every connector type (add designator on description, not on the subsection title), for example:
    • SD
    • USB
    • ETH
    • FMC
    • ...
  • For modules which needs carrier use only classes and refer to B2B connector if more than one is used, for example
    • JTAG
    • UART
    • I2C
    • MGT
    • ...

Low Speed Expansion Connector

The SMD Header J3 has 40 pin (20x2) and it is compatible with Ultra96 LS Expansion Connector. You can find General information about the LS Expansion connector in the following table.

SchematicConnected toNotes
HD_GPIO0...7Level Translator HP_GPIO[0...7], U1GPIO0...7


Level Translator HP_GPIO[8...15], U3GPIO8...15


Level Translator PMOD(SPI)PS_GPIO_0...1
MIO38, MIO41...43Level Translator PMOD(SPI)SPI

Level Translator, U1-U3-U5-U6

Voltage Regulator, U2

1.8 V



Voltage Regulator, U2

Jumper, J10


Pull up Voltage

Pmod Connectors

The TEP0006 is equipped with three Pmod connectors. Pmod Connectors are the expanded outputs from Ultra96 Board. 


Connected to


Pmod 1, J1Pmod 2, J2 Pmod SPI, J4
63.3 V3.3 V3.3 V
123.3 V3.3 V3.3 V


DesignatorFunctionalityConnection BetweenNotes



Level Translator U3 and U5

If you install the jumper HD_GPIO_15 will be driven through Level Translator (U5) and Grove (J5) otherwise it goes to Level Translator (U3).

Level Translator U3 and U5

If you put the jumper HD_GPIO_11 will be driven through Level Translator (U5) and Grove (J5) otherwise it goes to Level Translator (U3).
J10Voltage select

5 V, 3.3 V

Pull up Voltage

On-board Peripherals

Notes :

  • add subsection for every component which is important for design, for example:
    • Two 100 Mbit Ethernet Transciever PHY
    • USB PHY
    • Programmable Clock Generator
    • Oscillators
    • eMMCs
    • RTC
    • FTDI
    • ...
    • DIP-Switches
    • Buttons
    • LEDs

Notes :

In the on-board peripheral table "chip/Interface" must be linked to the corresponding chapter or subsection


Power and Power-On Sequence

In 'Power and Power-on Sequence' section there are three important digrams which must be drawn:

  • Power on-sequence
  • Power distribution
  • Voltage monitoring circuit

For more information regarding how to draw diagram, Please refer to "Diagram Drawing Guidline" .

Power Supply

Power is supplied by Ultra96 Board through SMD Header J3.

Power Consumption

Power Input PinTypical Current

* TBD - To Be Determined

Power Distribution Dependencies

Power-On Sequence

There is no specific power on sequence, after power on the Ultra96 Board all electrical components on TEP0006 will be enabled.

Power Rails

Power Rail Name

LS Expansion Connector Pin

+5V37InputSupplied by Ultra96
VCC_PSAUX35InputSupplied by Ultra96

Technical Specifications

Absolute Maximum Ratings

T_STGStorage Temperature-55150°C

Recommended Operating Conditions

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

ParameterMinMaxUnitsReference Document

Physical Dimensions

PCB thickness: 1.6 mm.

In 'Physical Dimension' section, top and bottom view of module must be inserted, information regarding physical dimensions can be obtained through webpage for product in Shop.Trenz, (Download> Documents> Assembly part) for every SoM.

For Example: for Module TE0728, Physical Dimension information can be captured by snipping tools from the link below:


For more information regarding how to draw diagram, Please refer to "Diagram Drawing Guidline" .

Currently Offered Variants 

Set correct link to the shop page overview table of the product on English and German.

Example for TE0728:

    ENG Page: https://shop.trenz-electronic.de/en/Products/Trenz-Electronic/TE07XX-Zynq-SoC/TE0728-Zynq-SoC/

    DEU Page: https://shop.trenz-electronic.de/de/Produkte/Trenz-Electronic/TE07XX-Zynq-SoC/TE0728-Zynq-SoC/

For Baseboards or modules, where no overview page is available (and revision number is coded in the direct link) use shop search link, e.g. TE0706:

    ENG Page: https://shop.trenz-electronic.de/en/search?sSearch=TEP0006

   DEU Page: https://shop.trenz-electronic.de/de/search?sSearch=TE0706

Trenz shop TEP0006 overview page
English pageGerman page

Revision History

Hardware Revision History

Set correct links to download  arrier, e.g. TE0706 REV02:

  TE0706-02  ->   https://shop.trenz-electronic.de/Download/?path=Trenz_Electronic/Modules_and_Module_Carriers/4x5/4x5_Carriers/TE0706/REV02/Documents


  • Date format:  YYYY-MM-DD

DateRevisionChangesDocumentation Link
2019-07-1901Initial ReleaseREV01

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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  • Initial release



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