ATAVRAUTO102 Kit User Guide

ATAVRAUTO102 Kit
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User Guide
Table of Contents
Section 1
Introduction ........................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
Overview ...................................................................................................1-1
Section 2
Getting Started...................................................................................... 2-3
2.1
2.2
Unpacking the system...............................................................................2-3
System Requirements...............................................................................2-3
Section 3
Using the ATAVRAUTO102.................................................................. 3-5
3.1
3.2
3.3
Using the ATAVRAUTO102 board............................................................3-5
Updating the ATAVRAUTO102 firmware ..................................................3-5
Using X-Analyser ......................................................................................3-8
Section 4
Technical specification........................................................................ 4-11
Section 5
Technical support ............................................................................... 5-12
Section 6
Complete schematics ......................................................................... 6-13
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ATAVRAUTO102 User Guide
Section 1
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the ATAVRAUTO102 starter kit. This document
describes the board included in the ATAVRAUTO102 starter kit dedicated to
AT90CAN128 and AT90USB1287.
1.1
Overview
This document describes the ATAVRAUTO102 dedicated to AT90CAN128 and
AT90USB1287 AVR microcontrollers. This board is designed to allow an easy evaluation of the products using demonstration software.
This board is not a development platform but a tool designed to give designers a quick
start to analyze LIN and/or CAN networks in order to evaluate Atmel LIN and CAN
solutions.
Figure 1-1. ATAVRAUTO102
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1.2
ATAVRAUTO102
features
The ATAVRAUTO102 provides the following features:
AT90CAN128 and AT90USB1287 QFN64
AVR programming tools interface(1),
Power supply
– Regulated 5V
– From LIN and/or USB connector
JTAG connector:
– For on-chip In Situ Programming (ISP)
– For on-chip debugging using JTAG ICE
Serial interfaces:
– 2 LIN interface 1.3 and 2.0 compliant (Software library available on the Atmel
website for LIN 1.3)
– 1 CAN interface
On-board resources:
– 1 LIN transceiver with internal regulator + watchdog (ATA6621)
– 1 LIN transceiver (ATA6661)
– 1 CAN transceiver (ATA6660)
– 8 Mbytes of DataFlash
System clock:
– Internal RC oscillator
– 16Mhz external quartz connected to the AT90CAN128
– Clock output from the AT90CAN128 connected to the clock input of the
AT90USB1287.
Dimension: 92 mm x 45 mm
Notes: 1. AT90CAN128 and AT90USB1287 are supported by AVR Studio, version
4.12 or higher. For up-to-date information on this and other AVR tool products, please consult our web site. The newest version of AVR Studio, AVR
tools and this user guide can be found in the AVR section of the Atmel web
site, http://www.atmel.com.
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Section 2
Getting Started
2.1
Unpacking the system
Kit contents:
1 ATAVRAUTO102 board V1.0
1 ATAVRAUTO900 board V1.0
1 USB Mini-B to A cable
1 Getting Started
1 Automotive CD-Rom
1 AVR CD-Rom software and technical library
1 Dear customer letter
2.2
System Requirements
The ATAVRAUTO102 board is used as a tool to analyze car networks (up to two LIN networks and one CAN network). The minimum hardware and software PC requirements
are:
Windows® 2000/XP, Windows NT4.0 or higher
Note:
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No drivers are needed.
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2.3
Quick Start
The ATAVRAUTO102 board can be used to analyze up to one CAN and two LIN networks. Connect networks (LIN and/or CAN) and plug USB cable.
Figure 2-1. Board connections and default jumpers settings
VBat
LIN0
GND
VBat
USB
LIN1
GND
CANH
CANL
Note:
At least one “VBat” should be connected to have the LIN interfaces working.
Table 2-1. Main Jumpers function
Jumper
Description
D_WD
Set to disable the LIN transceiver watch dog (default REMOVED).
MAST
Set to use the master mode of LIN0 (default SET).
MISO
Set to enable the SPI comm between both microcontrollers (default
SET).
MOSI
TERM1
Set to enable the CAN termination resistors (default REMOVED)..
TERM2
NISP_U
NISP_C
NRES_U
NRES_C
Set to enable the reset signal from the LIN transceiver to the
AT90CAN128 (_C) or/and the aT90USB1287 (_U) microcontrollers
(default SET)
Set to reset the AT90CAN128 (_C) or the AT90USB1287 (_U) microcontroller (default REMOVED).
BOOT_U
Reserved for future use (default REMOVED).
BOOT_U
The default configuration allows to use the board with LIN and CAN.
Note:
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For more details on ATAVRAUTO102 options, please refer to “Using
ATAVRAUTO102” chapter of the user guide.
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Section 3
Using the ATAVRAUTO102
3.1
Using the ATAVRAUTO102 board
The ATAVRAUTO102 can be used as a spy on a network or can act as a single Slave or
Master node.
LIN0 can be sniffer/slave or master.
LIN1 can be sniffer or slave.
CAN can be sniffer or master.
Steps to follow:
Connect your board to your PC using the USB cable.
Link all networks you want to work with.
If LIN0 is a master node, set the jumper MAST.
Run “X-Analyser”.
3.2
Updating the ATAVRAUTO102 firmware
For the future firmware revision, the ATAVRAUTO900 will be used to update
AT90CAN128 and AT90USB1287 microcontrollers.
Note:
When programming, NISP_C and NISP_U jumpers have to be removed.
The AT90CAN128 and the AT90USB1287 can be programmed using specific SPI links.
This sub section will explain how to connect the programmer.
The FLASH, EEPROM memory (and all Fuse and Lock Bit Option ISP-programmable)
can be programmed individually or with the sequential automatic programming option.
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3.2.1
Using the
ATAVRAUTO900
Adaptor
The AVR ISP is a compact and easy-to-use In-System Programming tool for developing
applications with AT90CAN128. Due to the small size, it is also an excellent tool for field
upgrades of existing applications. It is powered by the ATAVRAUTO102 and an additional power supply is thus not required. The AVR ISP programming interface is
integrated in AVR Studio®. An additional adaptor has to be used to program the board
using ISP or JTAG mode. The 10 pins connector is used for the JTAGICE mkII device
and the 6 pins connector is used for the AVRISP device. To plug the ATAVRAUTO900
connector to the board, the arrow (on the adaptor) has to be in front of the point (on the
board).
Figure 3-1. ATAVRAUTO900 Connection
AT90CAN128 Connection
AT90USB1287 Connection
The arrow has to be in front of the point
Table 3-1. ICE Connector
PIN
Function
1
TCK
2
GND
3
TDO
4
VCC
5
TMS
6
NRES
7
VCC
8
NC
9
TDI
10
GND
Table 3-2. ISP Connector
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PIN
Function
1
MISO
2
VCC
3
SCK
4
MOSI
5
NRES
6
GND
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3.2.2
Programming with
AVR ISP via SPI
Both the Flash and EEPROM memory arrays can be programmed using the serial SPI
bus while RESET is pulled to GND. The serial interface consists of pins SCK, MOSI
(input) and MISO (output). After RESET is set low, the Programming Enable instruction
needs to be executed first before program/erase operations can be executed. Note that
throughout the description about Serial downloading, MOSI and MISO are used to
describe the serial data in and serial data out respectively. For AT90CAN128 these pins
are mapped to PDI (PE0) and PDO (PE1).
To program the device using AVR ISP programmer, connect the AVR ISP to the adaptor
(ATAVRAUTO900) and connect the adaptor to the connector of the ATAVRAUTO102.
Programming the ATAVRAUTO102 using ATAVRAUTO 900
3.2.3
Programming with
AVR JTAGICE mkII
The AT90CAN128 can be programmed using specific JTAG link: 3-wire debug-wire
interface. To use the AVR JTAGICE mkII with an ATAVRAUTO100 an optional adaptor
should be used. Then the JTAG probe can be connected to the ATAVRAUTO100 as
shown in the following figure.
JTAGICE mkII probe connection through JTAG interface.
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3.3.1
Speed limitations
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•
The limitation of the USB HID Class implies a limitation if the bit rate : the maximal
HID baudrate is 64 KByte/s, so 512 Kb/s. So, for a CAN Baudrate higher than
500Kb/s, a CAN load higher than 50% will imply the loss of CAN frames.
•
The Windows Operating System also implies limitations for the application: If
ATAnalyser is the only running application, the O.S. allows the application to
received USB frames only every 10 ms. A buffer permits to save received USB
frames but for very high bitrates, there could be a loss of received USB frames.
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Section 4
Technical specification
System Unit
– Physical Dimensions...............................................L=92 x W=45 x H=14 mm
– Weight........................................................................................................31 g
Operating Conditions
– Internal Voltage Supply (Flash).................................................................3.3V
– Internal Voltage Supply (Micro)................................................................ 5.0V
– External Voltage Supply.....................................................................7V -18V
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Section 5
Technical support
For Technical support, please contact [email protected] When requesting technical support, please include the following information:
Which target AVR device is used (complete part number)
Target voltage and speed
Clock source and fuse setting of the AVR
Programming method (ISP, JTAG or specific Boot-Loader)
Hardware revisions of the AVR tools, found on the PCB
Version number of AVR Studio. This can be found in the AVR Studio help menu.
PC operating system and version/build
PC processor type and speed
A detailed description of the problem
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Section 6
Complete schematics
On the next pages, the following documents of ATAVRAUTO102 are shown:
Bill of materials
Complete schematics
Assembly drawing
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Complete schematics
Table 6-1. Bill of Materials
Designator
Descriptions
Reference
Fabricant
Fournisseur
C11
100nF
X7R 16V
Phycomp
FARNELL
Code Commande
432210
Unite de Vente
10
Quantity
1
Prix UDV
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
LibRef
0603
C14
100nF
X7R 16V
Phycomp
FARNELL
432210
10
1
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0603
C19
100nF
X7R 16V
Phycomp
FARNELL
432210
10
1
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0603
C20
100nF
X7R 16V
Phycomp
FARNELL
432210
10
1
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0603
C3
C4
100nF
100nF
X7R 16V
X7R 16V
Phycomp
Phycomp
FARNELL
FARNELL
432210
432210
10
10
1
1
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0603
0603
C6
100nF
X7R 16V
Phycomp
FARNELL
432210
10
1
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0603
C7
100nF
X7R 16V
Phycomp
FARNELL
432210
10
1
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0603
C8
100nF
X7R 16V
Phycomp
FARNELL
432210
10
1
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0603
C9
100nF
X7R 16V
Phycomp
FARNELL
432210
10
1
0.63 Cap 100nF 0603 X7R 16V
0603
C12
100pF
COG
MURATA
FARNELL
8819866
10
1
0.54 Cap 100pF 0603 COG 50V
0603
C10
15pF
COG
AVX
FARNELL
7568320
10
1
2.2 Cap 15pF 0603 COG 200V
0603
C15
15pF
COG
AVX
FARNELL
7568320
10
1
2.2 Cap 15pF 0603 COG 200V
0603
C16
15pF
COG
AVX
FARNELL
7568320
10
1
2.2 Cap 15pF 0603 COG 200V
0603
C17
220pF
X7R 50V
Phycomp
FARNELL
722133
25
1
1 Cap 220pF 0603 X7R 50V
0603
C18
220pF
X7R 50V
Phycomp
FARNELL
722133
25
1
1 Cap 220pF 0603 X7R 50V
0603
C5
1µF
X7R
Murata
FARNELL
9527710
25
1
C13
4.7µF/6.3V
X5R
MURATA
FARNELL
9522999
10
1
3.1 Cap 4.7µF 0805 6.3V
C1
10µF
TAJA106K006R
AVX
FARNELL
197014
5
1
1.15 Cap 10µF TantA 6.3V
C2
10µF
TAJA106K006R
AVX
FARNELL
197014
5
1
1.15 Cap 10µF TantA 6.3V
CAN
Bornier 1X2
20.101/2
IMO
FARNELL
9632670
5
1
1.3 Bornier 1X2 24A
IMO2 5mm
LIN0
Bornier 1X3
20.101/3
LIN1
Bornier 1X3
Capa Tantal A
1
1.75 Bornier 1X3 24A
IMO3 5mm
IMO
FARNELL
9632689
5
1
1.75 Bornier 1X3 24A
IMO3 5mm
HARWIN
FARNELL
1022310
5
1
3.1 AVR ICE ISP PIN Header 2X5
ICE&ISP_U ICE&ISP Header
M50-3600542
HARWIN
FARNELL
1022310
5
1
3.1 AVR ICE ISP PIN Header 2X5
USB
USB MiniAB
565790576
MOLEX
FARNELL
9786490
1
1
U3
AT45DB642D
AT45DB642D-CNU
ATMEL
ATMEL
AT45DB642D-CNU
1
1
0 AT45DB642D
CASON
U6
AT90CAN128
AT90CAN128-16MI
ATMEL
ATMEL
AT90CAN128-16MI
1
1
0 AT90CAN128
QFN9X9-64 No VIA
U2
AT90USB1287
AT90USB1287-16MU
ATMEL
ATMEL
T90USB1287-16MU
1
1
0 AT90USB128
QFN9X9-64 No VIA
U7
ATA6621
ATA6621
ATMEL
ATMEL
ATA6621
1
1
0 ATA6621
QFN5X5-20 NO VIA
U5
ATA6660
ATA6660
ATMEL
ATMEL
ATA6660
1
1
0 ATA6660
U8
ATA6661
ATA6661-TAQ
ATMEL
ATMEL
ATA6661-TAQ
1
1
0 ATA6661
U1
KF33BD
KF33BD
ST
FARNELL
9755314
1
1
U4
MC74VHC1GT125
MC74VHC1GT125DF1
ON
AVNET
3000
1
Y1
16MHz
LF A161G
CMAC
FARNELL
9713808
1
1
2.26 Crystal 16Mhz HC49
HC49/4H_SMX
BOOT_C
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
BOOT_U
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
D_WD
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
MAST
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
MISO
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
MOSI
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
NISP_C
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
NISP_U
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
NRES_C
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
NRES_U
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
TERM1
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
TERM2
2mm V
M22-2010205
HARWIN
FARNELL
671915
10
1
1.12 Jump 2 Vert - 2mm
SIL2V2mm
NWAKE0
Bouton poussoir CMS KSC421JLFS
ITT CANNON
FARNELL
1201417
1
1
0.42 BP SPNO CMS
NWAKE1
Bouton poussoir CMS KSC421JLFS
ITT CANNON
FARNELL
1201417
1
1
0.42 BP SPNO CMS
D4
BZX84-C5V1
BZX84-C5V1
Philips
FARNELL
1081430
5
1
D_CAN
LED CMS Blue
HSMB-C170
Agilent
FARNELL
3225100
1
1
D-LIN0
LED CMS Green
D-LIN1
LED CMS Green
HSMG-C170
Agilent
FARNELL
5790852
5
1
0.8 LED CMS Green
LED CMS Agilent
D-USB
LED CMS Yellow
HSMY-C170
Agilent
FARNELL
5790876
5
1
0.8 LED CMS Yellow
LED CMS Agilent
D1
MBR0540
MBR0540T1G
ON
FARNELL
9556923
1
1
0.65 Schottky 40V 500mA MBR0540
SOD123
D2
MBR0540
MBR0540T1G
ON
FARNELL
9556923
1
1
0.65 Schottky 40V 500mA MBR0540
SOD123
D5
MBR0540
MBR0540T1G
ON
FARNELL
9556923
1
1
0.65 Schottky 40V 500mA MBR0540
SOD123
D6
MBR0540
MBR0540T1G
ON
FARNELL
9556923
1
1
0.65 Schottky 40V 500mA MBR0540
SOD123
D7
MBR0540
MBR0540T1G
ON
FARNELL
9556923
1
1
0.65 Schottky 40V 500mA MBR0540
D3
PESD5V0S2BT
PESD5V0S2BT
PHILIPS
FARNELL
8737720
5
1
2.9 PESD5V0S2BT
SOT23
R2
100K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 100K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9330402
50
1
1.4 Res 100K 0603 1%
0603
R22
100K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 100K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9330402
50
1
1.4 Res 100K 0603 1%
0603
R6
100K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 100K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9330402
50
1
1.4 Res 100K 0603 1%
0603
R7
100K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 100K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9330402
50
1
1.4 Res 100K 0603 1%
0603
R8
100K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 100K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9330402
50
1
1.4 Res 100K 0603 1%
0603
R9
100K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 100K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9330402
50
1
1.4 Res 100K 0603 1%
0603
R1
10K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 10K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9330399
50
1
1.4 Res 10K 0603 1%
0603
R17
10K
RC21
Phycomp
FARNELL
9233504
50
1
1.9 Res 10K 0603 1%
0603
R18
10K
RC21
Phycomp
FARNELL
9233504
50
1
1.9 Res 10K 0603 1%
0603
R19
10K
RC21
Phycomp
FARNELL
9233504
50
1
1.9 Res 10K 0603 1%
0603
R25
10K
RC21
Phycomp
FARNELL
9233504
50
1
1.9 Res 10K 0603 1%
0603
R10
120K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 120K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9238735
50
1
1.4 Res 120K 0603 1%
0603
R16
1K
RC22H
Phycomp
FARNELL
9238484
50
1
R20
1K
RC22H
Phycomp
FARNELL
9238484
50
1
R24
22R
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 22R
MULTICOmP
FARNELL
9330844
50
1
1.4 Res 22R 0603 1%
0603
R3
22R
RC22H
Phycomp
FARNELL
9238280
50
1
1.95 Res 22R 0603 1%
0603
1.95 Res 22R 0603 1%
74VHC1GT125DF1
5790852
5
Capa Tantal A
M50-3600542
FARNELL
9632689
0805
20.101/3
Agilent
FARNELL
0805
ICE&ISP_C ICE&ISP Header
HSMG-C170
IMO
1.25 Cap 1µF 805 16V
Footprint
5
1
0,78 USB mini AB
1,04 KF33BD
129.00 MC74VHC1GT125
1 ZENER BZX84-C5V1
0.51 LED CMS Blue
0.8 LED CMS Green
2.17 Res 1K 0603 1%
2.17 Res 1K 0603 1%
PIN Header 2x5 1.27mm
PIN Header 2x5 1.27mm
USB Mini AB
SO8
SO8
SO8
SC70-5
BP SPNO
BP SPNO
SOT23
LED CMS Agilent
LED CMS Agilent
SOD123
0603
0603
R4
22R
RC22H
Phycomp
FARNELL
9238280
50
1
R14
330R
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 330R
Phycomp
FARNELL
9331018
50
1
1.4 Res 330R 0603 1%
0603
R15
330R
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 330R
Phycomp
FARNELL
9331018
50
1
1.4 Res 330R 0603 1%
0603
R21
330R
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 330R
Phycomp
FARNELL
9331018
50
1
1.4 Res 330R 0603 1%
0603
R5
330R
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 330R
Phycomp
FARNELL
9331018
50
1
1.4 Res 330R 0603 1%
0603
R11
47K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 47K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9238689
50
1
1.4 Res 47K 0603 1%
R23
51K
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 51K
MULTICOMP
FARNELL
9331310
50
1
1.4 Res 51K 0603 1%
0603
R12
56R
RC22H
Phycomp
FARNELL
9238336
50
1
2.17 Res 56R 0603 1%
0603
R13
56R
RC22H
Phycomp
FARNELL
9238336
50
1
2.17 Res 56R 0603 1%
0603
Q2
BC847
BC847
PHILIPS
FARNELL
1081230
10
1
1.4 BC847
SOT23
Q3
BCP54
BCP54-10
PHILIPS
FARNELL
8734828
1
1
0.63 BCP54
SOT223
Q1
SI2301BDS
SI2301BDS
VISHAY
FARNELL
8156670
5
1
2.7 SI2301BDS
0603
0603
SOT23-GSD
ATAVRAUTO102 User Guide
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Page 1
D
C
B
A
1
GND
SCK_U
NRES_U
MISO_U
MOSI_U
NRES_LIN
22R
R4
22R
R3
4
1µF
C5
2
4
6
8
10
ICE&ISP Header
1
3
5
7
9
ICE&ISP_U
VCC5V
TCK_U
TMS_U
TDO_U
TDI_U
2
VCC5V
UID
VBUS
R9
100K
VCC5V
NRES_U
PESD5V0S2BT
D3
5
NISP_U
3
2
1
USB MiniAB
CTRL1
VBUS
UID
SS_U
SCK_U
MOSI_U
MISO_U
USB_DM
USB_DP
GND
UVCon
USB_DM
USB_DP
C20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
100nF
VCC5V
3
100nF
C6
INT6/AIN0/PE6
INT7/AIN1/UVcon/PE7
UVcc
DD+
UGnd
UCap
VBus
IUID/PE3
SS/PCINT0/PB0
PCINT1/SCK/PB1
PDI/PCINT2/MOSI/PB2
PDO/PCINT3/MISO/PB3
PCINT4/OC2A/PB4
PCINT5/OC1A/PB5
PCINT6/PC1B/PB6
100nF
C4
VCC5V
MBR0540
D2
MBR0540
D1
VCC5V_LIN
GND
USB
CTRL0
6
3
DF_nCS
NRES_U
C2
10µF
VCC5V
VCC5V
100nF
C3
IN
INH
4
GND
OUT
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
U2
AT90USB1287
KF33BD
8
5
U1
AD3/PA3
AD4/PA4
AD5/PA5
AD6/PA6
AD7/PA7
ALE/HWB/PE2
A15/IC3/CLK0/PC7
A14/OC3A/PC6
A13/OC3B/PC5
A12/OC3C/PC4
A11/T3/PC3
A10/PC2
A9/PC1
A8/PC0
RD/PE1
WR/PE0
4
2
2
GND
NRES_U
TCK_U
TMS_U
TDO_U
TDI_U
GND
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
AVCC
GND
AREF
ADC0/PF0
ADC1/PF1
ADC2/PF2
ADC3/PF3
ADC4/TCK/PF4
ADC5/TMS/PF5
ADC6/TDO/PF6
ADC7/TDI/PF7
GND
VCC
AD0/PA0
AD1/PA1
AD2/PA2
PCINT7/PC0A/OC1C/PB7
INT4/TOSC1/PE4
INT5/TOSC2/PE5
RESET
VCC
GND
XTAL2
XTAL1
OC0B/SCL/INT0/PD0
OC2B/SDA/INT1/PD1
RxD1/INT2/PD2
TxD1/INT3/PD3
ICP1/PD4
XCK1/PD5
T1/PD6
T0/PD7
CLK_USB
REQ0
REQ1
1
LED_Y
BOOT_U
C1
10µF
VCC3.3
5
5
BOOT_U
R7
100K
VCC5V
R6
100K
VCC5V
MISO_U
MOSI_U
SCK_U
NRES_U
DF_nCS
UVCon
VCC5V
1
2
3
4
SO
GND
VCC
WP
4
IN
OE
2
1
6
VCC3.3
DF_nCS
DF_OUT
VBUS
R8
100K
VCC3.3
7
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Project: CAN & LIN Training KIT
MC74VHC1GT125
OUT
U4
64Mbit Dataflash
8
7
6
5
D-USB
R5
330R
BC847
Q2
SI2301BDS
Q1
VCC5V
AT45DB642D
SI
SCK
RST
CS
U3
LED_Y
100K
R2
R1
10K
6
LED CMS Yellow
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22
23
24
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C
B
A
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D
C
NRES_LIN
1
NISP_C
MOSI_U
MISO_U
GND
SCK_U
NRES_C
PDO
PDI
2
4
6
8
10
ICE&ISP Header
1
3
5
7
9
ICE&ISP_C
C14
100nF
R22
100K
VCC5V
CTRL1
VCC5V
NRES_C
MISO
MOSI
PTRIG
SS_U
SCK_U
MOSI_C
MISO_C
PDI
PDO
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
VCC5V
C9
100nF
VCC5V
TCK_C
TMS_C
TDO_C
TDI_C
C15
15pF
16MHz
Y1
NC
PE0/RxD0/PDI
PE1/TxD0/PDO
PE2/XCK0/AIN0
PE3/OC3A/AIN1
PE4/OC3B/INT4
PE5/OC3C/INT5
PE6/T3/INT6
PE7/IC3/INT7
PB0/SS
PB1/SCK
PB2/MOSI
PB3/MISO
PB4/OC2A
PB5/OC1A
PB6/OC1B
C8
100nF
CTRL0
B
NRES_C
TCK_C
TMS_C
TDO_C
TDI_C
VBAT_MEAS
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
PA3/AD3
PA4/AD4
PA5/AD5
PA6/AD6
PA7/AD7
PG2/ALE
PC7/A15/CLKO
PC6/A14
PC5/A13
PC4/A12
PC3/A11
PC2/A10
PC1/A9
PC0/A8
PG1/RD
PG0/WR
AVCC
GND
AREF
PF0/ADC0
PF1/ADC1
PF2/ADC2
PF3/ADC3
PF4/ADC4/TCK
PF5/ADC5/TMS
PF6/ADC6/TDO
PF7/ADC7/TDI
GND
VCC
PA0/AD0
PA1/AD1
PA2/AD2
PB7/OC0A/OC1C
PG3/TOSC2
PG4/TOSC1
RESET
VCC
GND
XTAL2
XTAL1
PD0/SCL/INT0
PD1/SDA/INT1
PD2/RxD1/INT2
PD3/TxD1/INT3
PD4/IC1
PD5/XCK1/TxCAN
PD6/T1/RxCAN
PD7/T0
C16
15pF
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
3
REQ0
REQ1
LIN_RXD1
LIN_TXD1
LIN_RXD1
CAN_TXD
CAN_RXD
CAN_SLEEP
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
4
D_CAN
R21
330R
VCC5V
LIN_SLP1
LIN_SLP0
CLK_USB
LED_B
LEDG1
LEDG0
BOOT_C
U6
AT90CAN128
C7
100nF
BZX84-C5V1
D4
BOOT_C
NWAKE0
NWAKE1
R25
10K
VBAT_D
D-LIN1
R15
330R
VCC5V
NWAKE0
R18
10K
R17
10K
VCC5V
D-LIN0
R14
330R
VCC5V
R11
47K
R10
120K
LED CMS Green
VCC5V
LED CMS Blue
VBAT_D
LEDG0
A
LED_B
4
LED CMS Green
5
1
2
3
4
5
C11
100nF
ATA6660
TXD
GND
VCC
RXD
U5
BCP54
Q3
1
2
3
4
6
1
2
3
4
ATA6661
RXD
INH
NSLP
BAT
NWAKE LIN
TXD
GND
6
8
7
6
5
LIN1 is only Slave
U8
8
7
6
5
C18
220pF
R12
56R
R13
56R
CANH
CANL
C17
220pF
LIN1
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VBAT
D6
MBR0540
VBAT_D
LIN0
R20
1K
D5
VBAT_D
C12
100pF
7
Board: USB to CAN and LIN - ATAVRAUTO102
R19
10K
VCC5V
TERM2
R23
51K
C19
100nF
R24
22R
VBAT_D
Watchdog Disable
D_WD
Project: CAN & LIN Training KIT
15
14
13
12
11
VBAT_D
R16
1K
U7
ATA6621
VCC5V_LIN
RS
CANH
CANL
VREF
LIN_EN
MODE
PTRIG LIN Transceiver
TM
NTRIG
VREG WD_OSC
WAKE WATHCDOG NRES
GND
LINTxD
4.7µF/6.3V
C13
C10
15pF
VCC5V
LIN_TXD0
LIN_RXD0
LIN_RXD1
LIN_SLP1
NWAKE1
LIN_TXD1
PDO
PDI
NRES_LIN
LIN_SLP0
PTRIG
CAN_SLEEP
CAN_RXD
CAN_TXD
5
TERM1
3
LEDG1
20
19
18
17
16
VS
VCC
PVCC
TEMP
GND
NC
LIN
NC
LINRxD
NC
6
7
8
9
10
2
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