SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra User Guide

Atmel | SMART SAMA5D4 Series
SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra Evaluation Kit
USER GUIDE
Introduction
This user guide introduces the Atmel® SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra evaluation kit
(SAMA5D4-XULT) and describes the development and debugging capabilities for
applications running on the Atmel | SMART SAMA5D4 ARM® Cortex™-A5-based
embedded microprocessor unit (eMPU).
Scope
This guide provides details on the SAMA5D4-XULT. It is made up of four main
sections:

Section 1. describes the evaluation kit content and its main features.

Section 2. provides instructions to power up the SAMA5D4-XULT board.

Section 3. provides an overview of the SAMA5D4-XULT board.

Section 4. describes the SAMA5D4-XULT board components.
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Kit Contents
The SAMA5D4-XULT includes:

Board

Cables
–
–

2
One SAMA5D4-XULT board
One Micro-AB type USB cable
A welcome letter
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Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Scope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Kit Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1.
Evaluation Kit Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1
1.2
2.
Power Source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.1
2.2
3.
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Equipment List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Board Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Board Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
5.
Power up the Board. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Sample Code and Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Hardware Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3.1
3.2
3.3
4.
Electrostatic Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Power Supply Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Board Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Function Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
PIO Usage and Interface Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
SAMA5D4-XULT Board Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Revision History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
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1.
Evaluation Kit Specifications
Table 1-1.
Evaluation Kit Specifications
Characteristic
Specifications
Board
SAMA5D4-XULT
USB powered,
Board supply voltage
5VDC from optional jack connector or from "Arduino shield"
Operating
0°C to +70°C
Storage
-40°C to +85°C
Temperature
1.1
Relative Humidity
0 to 90% (non-condensing)
Dimensions: Main board
135 × 88 × 20 mm
RoHS status
Compliant
Board Identification
SAMA5D4-XULT
Electrostatic Warning
WARNING
Electrostatic
sensitive
device
1.2
ESD-Sensitive Electronic Equipment!
The evaluation kit is shipped in a protective anti-static package. The board system
must not be subject to high electrostatic potentials.
We strongly recommend using a grounding strap or similar ESD protective device
when handling the board in hostile ESD environments (offices with synthetic
carpet, for example). Avoid touching the component pins or any other metallic
element on the board.
Power Supply Warning
Hardware Power Supply Limitation
WARNING
Using a power adapter greater than 5Vcc (e.g. the 12Vcc power adapters from
other kits such as Arduino kits) may damage the board.
Hardware Power Budget
WARNING
4
Using the USB as the main power source (max. 500 mA) is acceptable only with the
use of the on-board peripherals and low-power LCD extension.
When external peripheral or add-on boards need to be powered, we recommend
the use of an external power adapter connected to the J4 DC jack (can provide up
to 1.2A on the 3.3V node).
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2.
Power Source
Several options are available to power up the SAMA5D4-XULT board.
The board can be:

USB-powered through the USB Micro-AB connector (J11 - default configuration).

Powered through an external AC-to-DC adapter connected via a 2.1 mm center-positive plug into the
optional power jack of the board (J4). The recommended output voltage range of the power adapter is 5V at
2A.

Powered through the "Arduino" shield.

Powered through the USB Micro-AB connector on the Atmel Embedded Debugger (EDBG) interface (J20).
WARNING
2.1
Unlike Arduino Uno boards, the SAMA5D4-XULT board runs at 3.3V. The maximum
voltage that the I/O pins can tolerate is 3.3V. Providing higher voltages (e.g. 5V) to
an I/O pin could damage the board.
Power up the Board
Unpack the board, taking care to avoid electrostatic discharge. Connect the USB Micro-AB cable to the connector
(J11). Then connect the other end of the cable to a free USB port of your PC.
Table 2-1.
2.2
Electrical Characteristics
Electrical Parameter
Values
Input voltage
5 VCC
Maximum Input voltage (limits)
6 VCC
Max DC 3v3 current available
1.2A
I/O Voltage
3.3V only
Sample Code and Technical Support
After boot up, you can run some sample code or your own application on the development kit. You can download
sample code and get technical support from the Atmel website.
Linux software and demos can be found on the website Linux4SAM.
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3.
Hardware Overview
3.1
Introduction
The Atmel SAMA5D4-XULT is a fully-featured evaluation platform for the Atmel | SMART SAMA5D4 series ARMbased embedded microprocessor units (eMPU). It allows users to extensively evaluate, prototype and create
application-specific designs.
3.2
Equipment List
The SAMA5D4-XULT board is based on the integration of an ARM Cortex ®-A5-based microprocessor with
external memory, one Ethernet physical layer transceiver, two SD/MMC interfaces, two host USB ports and one
device USB port, one 24-bit RGB LCD and HDMI interface and debug interfaces.
Seven headers, compatible with Arduino R3 (Uno, Due) and two Xplained headers are available for various shield
connections.
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3.3
Board Features
Table 3-1.
Board Specifications
Characteristics
Specifications
Dimensions (L x W x H)
135 × 88 × 20 mm
Processor
SAMA5D44 ( 361-ball BGA package), 16x16 mm body, pitch 0.8 mm
MPU, EDBG: 12 MHz quartz
Oscillators
RTC: 32.768 KHz
PHY: 25 MHz
Main Memory
Accessory memories
SD/MMC
USB
Display
2 x DDR2 2 Gb 16 Meg x 16 x 8 banks (total 4Gbit = 512 MB)
1 x SLC NAND Flash 4 Gb 8-bit data (total 4Gbit = 512 MB)
One optional Serial EEPROM SPI
One EEPROM with Mac Address and Serial Number
One 4-bit SD card connector
One 4-bit Micro-SD card connector
Two USB Hosts with power switch
One Micro-AB USB device
One LCD interface connector, LCD TFT Controller with overlay, alpha-blending, rotation,
scaling and color space conversion
One HDMI interface and connector
Ethernet
Debug port
Expansion connector
Board supply voltage
One Ethernet PHY (RMII 10/100MHz)
One JTAG interface connector
One serial DBGU interface (3v3 level)
One EDBG interface
Arduino R3 compatible set of connectors
XPRO set of connectors
5V from USB, power jack, and Arduino shield
On-board power regulation by PMIC
Battery
On-board battery socket
User interface
Reset, Wake-up and free user push button
One red user/power LED and one blue user
LED
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4.
Board Components
4.1
Board Overview
The fully-featured SAMA5D4-XULT board integrates multiple peripherals and interface connectors, as shown in
Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1.
SAMA5D4-XULT Board Overview
X
PLAINED PRO
XPLAINED
Expansion
Ex
n
J18 PIO Expansion
JJ19 PIO Expansion
4Gb Nand Flash Memory
S
SPI Interface
JJ15 PIO Expansion
J17 PIO Expansion
n
USB Host Interfaces
U
2Gb DDR2 Memory
y
ce
EDBG Interface
e
JTAG Interface
s
System Buttons
4
SAMA5D44
ATSAMA5D44
ATS
CU
ce
USB A Device
ut
Supply Input
11427C A
P
P6R245.00A
1
10/100
Ethernet
ARM
y
2Gb DDR2 Memory
H
HDMI
Driver & Interface
e
Voltages and Reset Interface
EDBGG
ut
Optional Supply Input
F
Free
User Push Button
G
EDBG
L
tor
LCD
Connector
AD Inputs and CAN Interfaces
ADC
n
ADC Inputs Expansion
D
Debug
Interface
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Table 4-1 describes the interface connectors on the SAMA5D4-XULT.
Table 4-1.
SAMA5D4-XULT Board Interface Connectors
Connector
Interfaces to
J4
Main power supply
J11
USB A Device. Supports USB device using a type Micro-AB connector
J16
USB Host B and C. Supports USB host using a stacked type A connector
J1
Serial DBGU (3.3V level)
J13
JTAG, 20 pin IDC connector
J20
EDBG USB connector
J9
Micro-SD connector
J24
SD/MMC connector
J12
Ethernet ETH0
J2
Expansion connector with all LCD controller signals for display module connection (QTouch®, TFT LCD
display with touchscreen and backlight)
J5
HDMI connector type A
BAT1
CR1225 Battery holder
J6, J7, J8,
J14, J15,
J17, J18, J19
Expansion connectors with Arduino R3 compatible PIO signals
J21, J22, J23
Expansion connectors Xplained
J3
JTAG EDBG (not populated)
J10
PIOBU extension (not populated)
4.2
Function Blocks
4.2.1
Processor
The SAMA5D4 series is a high-performance, power-efficient ARM Cortex-A5 processor MPU capable of running
up to 528 MHz. It integrates the ARM NEON™ SIMD engine for accelerated signal processing, multimedia and
graphics as well as a 128 KB L2-Cache for high system performance. The device features the ARM TrustZone®
enabling a strong security perimeter for critical software, as well as several hardware security features. The device
also features advanced user interface and connectivity peripherals.
The SAMA5D4 features an internal multi-layer bus architecture associated with 32 DMA channels to sustain the
high bandwidth required by the processor and the high-speed peripherals. The device supports
DDR2/LPDDR/LPDDR2 and SLC/MLC NAND Flash memory with 24-bit ECC.
The comprehensive peripheral set includes a 720p hardware video decoder, an LCD controller with overlays for
hardware-accelerated image composition, a resistive touch screen function, and a CMOS sensor interface.
Connectivity peripherals include a dual 10/100 Ethernet MAC with IEEE1588, three HS USB ports, UARTs, SPIs
and I2Cs.
Security features include an "on-the-fly" encryption-decryption process from the external DDR memory, tamper
detection pins, secure storage of critical data, an integrity check monitor (ICM) to detect modification of the
memory contents, and a secure boot. The product also includes a dedicated coprocessor for public key
cryptography such as RSA and elliptic curves algorithms (ECC), as well as AES, 3DES, hashing function and
TRNG. These features permit to protect the system against counterfeiting, to safeguard sensitive data,
authenticate safe program or secure external data transfers.
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The SAMA5D4 series is optimized for control panel/HMI applications needing video playback and applications that
require high levels of connectivity in the industrial and consumer market. Its security features makes the
SAMA5D4 well suited for secure gateways or for the IOT.
4.2.2
Power Supply Topology and Power Distribution
4.2.2.1 Power Lines

1.8V VDDCORE: SAMA5D4 series embeds an internal regulator powered by VDDCORE and generating
1.2V VCCCOREOUT. SAMA5D44 requires a 1.8V voltage (in the range from 1.70V to 1.88V) for
VDDCORE, 1.2V VCCCOREOUT must be connected to VCCCORE, VDDUTMIC and VDDPLLA.

1.8V VDDIODDR: SAMA5D4 series requires a 1.8V voltage (in the range of 1.75V-1.85V) for VDDIODDR.
Only one 300 mA regulator can provide VDDIODDR and VDDCORE.

2.0V VDDBU: SAMA5D4 series requires a 2.0V voltage (in the range of 1.96V-2.04V) for VDDBU.

3.3V VDDIOP: SAMA5D4 series requires a 3.3V voltage (in the range of 3.15V-3.45V) for VDDIOP,
VDDOSC, VDDIOM, VDDANA and VDDUTMII.

2.5V VDDFUSE: SAMA5D4 series requires a 2.5V voltage (in the range of 2.25V-2.75V) for fuse writing
operations.
4.2.2.2 Power-up Considerations
To ensure reliable operation of the device, power-up must follow the sequence below:
1.
Set VDDBU. Do not remove VDDBU in any case.
2.
Set VDDIO/VDDANA.
3.
Set VDDCORE/VDDPLL
4.
Other power supplies are optional and may be set if required by the application.
WARNING
This power-up sequence must be respected for reliable operation.
4.2.2.3 Power-down Considerations
VDDBU must never be removed when other supplies are present.
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4.2.2.4 SAMA5D44 Power Supplies Summary
Table 4-2.
Name
SAMA5D44 Power Supplies
Voltage Range, Nominal
Associated
Ground
Powers
Regulator that generates core power supply on VCCCORE
VDDCORE
1.62–1.98V, 1.8V
GNDCORE
10 µF decoupling capacitor is to be connected to VCCCORE
MUST BE ESTABLISHED AFTER VDDIOP OR AT THE SAME TIME
VCCCORE
1.1–1.32V, 1.2V
GNDCORE
1.70–1.90V, 1.8V
VDDIODDR
DDR2 Interface I/O lines
GNDIODDR
1.14–1.30V, 1.2V
VDDIOM
Core
1.65–1.95V, 1.8V
3.0–3.6V, 3.3V
LP-DDR2 Interface I/O lines
GNDIOM
VDDIOP (1)
3.0–3.6V, 3.3V
GNDIOP
VDDBU
1.88V–2.12V, 2V
GNDBU
NAND and HSMC Interface I/O lines
Peripherals I/O lines
MUST BE ESTABLISHED PRIOR TO VDDCORE
Slow Clock oscillator, the internal 64 kHz RC and a part of the System
Controller
MUST BE ESTABLISHED FIRST
VDDUTMIC
1.1–1.32V, 1.2V
GNDUTMI
VDDUTMII
3.0–3.6V, 3.3V
GNDUTMI
VDDPLLA
1.1–1.32V, 1.2V
GNDPLL
VDDOSC
3.0V–3.6V
GNDOSC
VDDANA(1)
3.0–3.6V, 3.3V
GNDANA
VDDFUSE
2.25–2.75V, 2.5V
GNDFUSE
Notes:
USB device and host UTMI+ core and the UTMI PLL
MUST be connected to VCCCORE
USB device and host UTMI+ interface
PLLA cell
MUST be connected to VCCCORE
Main Oscillator cell
Analog parts
MUST be connected to VDDIOP with filtering
Fuse box for programming
VDDFUSE must be 2.5V or 0V and must not be left floating
1. Both must rise at the same time due to internal constraints.
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4.2.2.5 ACT8865 Power Management IC
The ACT8865 is a complete, cost-effective and highly-efficient ActivePMU™ power management solution,
optimized to provide a single-chip power solution and voltage sequencing for Atmel SAMA5D3/SAMA5D4 and
SAM9 series MPUs. It also meets the control requirements of these devices.
The ACT8865 features three step-down DC/DC converters and four low-noise, low-dropout linear regulators.
There is a known error on the ACT8865 I²C implementation. The port must be shut
off after configuration or problems may occur with devices using the same I²C
channel, e.g., TM43xx LCD display.
Refer to the ACT8865 datasheet at http://www.active-semi.com/ for more details.
WARNING
Figure 4-2.
Board Power Management
VCC_1V8
JP4
DNP(Header 1X2)
1
2
VDDIODDR_MPU
R55
1R 1%
VDDIODDR
C19
1uF
1
[10,12,14,15] NRST_3V3
PWRHLD
[8] PMIC_TWCK3_PC26
[8] PMIC_TWD3_PC25
BP3
Tact Switch
SMD
TP13
Tact Switch
SMD
TP14
C177
47nF
VDDREF
20
VSEL
17
PWREN
13
nPBSTAT
12
nIRQ
11
nRSTO
10
PWRHLD
21
22
SCL
SDA
32
REFBP
9
nPBIN
GA
RESET
2
R16
49.9K 1%
BP2
WAKE UP
SW1
OUT1
30
1
C190
2.2uF
180ohm at 100MHz
JP5
DNP(Header 1X2)
VDDCORE
L3
2.2uH
1
2
23
5
6
C27
10uF
JP3
DNP(Header 1X2)
C28
10uF
VDDIOP
1
1V2_HDMI
SW2
OUT2
SW3
OUT3
27
24
15
19
L4
2.2uH
1
2
NC1
NC2
C194
2.2uF
INL45
INL67
C24
10uF
L1
C26
10uF
JP2
C25
10uF DNP(Header 1X2)
2.2uH
VCC_3V3
C1
10uF
C2
10uF
3
(2V5)
R410
0R
4
(3V3)
R78
0R
OUT6
7
(1V8)
R54
0R
OUT7
8
R22
0R
180ohm at 100MHz VDDIOM
L24
1
2
180ohm at 100MHz VCC_EDBG
L6
1
2
FUSE_2V5
OUT5
2
180ohm at 100MHz VDDUTMII
L19
1
2
C3
100nF
OUT4
L26
180ohm at 100MHz
VDDANA
VOUT6
VOUT7
EP
WKUP
[9] PMIC_IRQ_PE25
18
25
GP1
GP2
GP3
R19
VDDREF
10K
10K
[9]
C14
4.7uF
VCC_2V
R18
VCC_3V3
C175
4.7uF
29
28
14
C176
4.7uF
ACT8865QI305-T
VP1
VP2
VP3
2
1
2
U2
31
26
16
33
VCC_5V
L7
C12
4.7uF
C16
4.7uF
C18
4.7uF
C187
4.7uF
3
Q1
IRLML2502
[9]
R17
SHDN
C5 DNP(100nF)
1K
PWRHLD
C4
10nF
VDDREF
R2
49.9K 1%
1
C10
DNP(100nF)
Place TP13 and TP14 to Bottom.
R1
2
100K 1%
C6 100nF
Supply Group Configuration
The ACT8865 provides:


All power supplies required by the SAMA5D44 device:
–
1.8V VDDCORE
–
1.8V VDDIODDR
–
2.0V VDDBU
–
3.3V VDDIOP, VDDIOM, VDDANA, VDDUTMII
–
2.5V VDDFUSE
Power supplies to external chips on the main board:
–
1.2V HDMI
–
3.3V Ethernet PHY, HDMI, EDBG
4.2.2.6 Power Options
There are several power options for the SAMA5D4-XULT board.
The power sources are selected by a set of 0R resistors. The USB-powered operation is the default configuration.
It comes from the USB device port connected to a PC or a 5V DC supply. The USB supply is sufficient to power the
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board in most applications. It is important to note that when the USB supply is used, the USB Host ports do not
function. If USB Host ports are required for the application, it is recommended that a DC supply be used.
Figure 4-3 provides the schematics of power options.
Figure 4-3.
Input Powering Scheme Option
Q8
IRLML6402
Q5
IRLML6402
0R
2
[10] USB_VBUS_5V
R402
0R
R401
DNP(0R)
3
Q7
IRLML6402
R408
1
3
2
DNP(0R)
3
3
VCC_5V
U16
C170
100nF
C171
1uF
1
7
IN
IN_pad
6
2
EN
GND
2
OUT1
OUT2
FLAG
4
5
3
C23
22uF
C21
100nF
NCP349MNAETBG
1
2
R403
100K 1%
J4
VCC_5V_IN
Q6
IRLML6402
1
[15] EXP_5V
2
1
R407
100K 1%
3
1
R409
[14] EDBG_USB_VBUS_5V
R400
100K 1%
DNP(DC Jack)
5V/2A Input
Note:
USB-powered operation eliminates additonal wires and batteries. It is the preferred mode of operation for
any project that requires only a 5V source at up to 500 mA.
4.2.2.7 Wall Supply Source
A wall supply can be used to provide power to the board. A regulated 5V DC supply of at least 2A is required. If
USB ports and expansion headers are used, a rating of 3A is preferred. A 2.1 mm plug with a center-hot
configuration is required.
If the USB host ports or expansion board "Arduino shields" are used, additional current is necessary.
If the DC load required is greater than 500 mA per port, a higher current supply must be used.
4.2.2.8 Backup Power Supply
The SAMA5D4-XULT board requires a battery (3V Lithium Battery type CR1225 or equivalent) in order to
permanently power the backup part of the SAMA5D4 device (refer to SAMA5D4 Series datasheet).
To avoid losing data and saved registers, the board must be powered on when replacing the battery.
Figure 4-4.
VBAT Powering Scheme Option
VCC_5V
DNP(0R)
GND
VDDBU_3V
4
VIN
1
CE
2
GND
2
BAT54C
C64
100nF
C82
1uF
C85
100nF
VOUT
VCC_2V
3
VDDBU_2V
C109
1uF
NCP4682DSQ20T1G
2
Battery Holder_3V
VCC
1
3
BAT1
JP6
DNP(Header 1X2)
U13
D11
1
1
2
[15] EXP_VBAT
R333
4.2.2.9 Power Supply Control
In the ACT8865, three DCDCs (1.8V, 1.2V, 3.3V) and two LDO outputs are available.
All ACT8865 outputs can be controlled by the TWI interface through software.
The three DCDCs outputs can be enabled or disabled by the SAMA5D44 SHDN output:

SHDN=0: The DCDCs output is disabled.

SHDN=1: The DCDCs output is enabled.
Two push buttons are also available:

Wakeup push button: When pressed, the ACT8865 power outputs are restarted if the ACT8865 is in
shutdown mode.
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
4.2.3
Reset push button: When pressed, the ACT8865 transfers the reset signal to NRST_3V3, and then to
NRST_2V for the MPU by using a resistor divider.
Reset Circuitry
The reset sources for SAMA5D4-XULT board are:

Power-on reset from the Power Management Unit (PMIC)

Push button reset BP3

External reset from "Arduino" connectors

JTAG or EDBG reset from an in-circuit emulator
Tact Switch
Tact Switch
SMD
TP14
C177
47nF
PWRHLD
21
22
SCL
SDA
32
REFBP
9
nPBIN
GA
RESET
R16
49.9K 1%
2
BP2
WAKE UP
33
BP3
SMD
TP13
10
GP1
GP2
GP3
PWRHLD
[8] PMIC_TWCK3_PC26
[8] PMIC_TWD3_PC25
EP
Reset/Wakeup and Shutdown Control
29
28
14
Figure 4-5.
3
Q1
IRLML2502
[9]
R17
SHDN
C5 DNP(100nF)
1K
R1
2
100K 1%
C4
10nF
VDDREF
4.2.4
R2
49.9K 1%
C10
DNP(100nF)
1
PWRHLD
C6 100nF
Clock Circuitry
The SAMA5D4-XULT board includes four clock sources:

Two clocks are alternatives for the SAMA5D44 processor (12 MHz, 32 KHz)

One crystal oscillator used for the Ethernet RMII chip (25 MHz)

One crystal oscillator used for the EDBG (12 MHz)
Figure 4-6.
Clock Circuitry
XOUT32
XIN
R223
DNP(1M)
R206
XOUT
32.768KHz CL=12.5pF
Y3
1
4
2
3
C39
20pF
XIN32
DNP(1M)
12MHz CL=15pF
1
4
C33
20pF
C32
20pF
2
3
C38
20pF
Y2
EDBG_XIN
C152
ETH0_XI
20pF
EDBG_XOUT
2
DNP(1M)
1
R31
Y1
Y4
C15
20pF
14
2
3
12MHz CL=15pF
C13
20pF
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R375
DNP(1M)
4
4
3
1
25MHz CL=20pF
20pF
ETH0_XO
4.2.5
Memory
4.2.5.1 Memory Organization
The SAMA5D4 features a DDR/SDR memory interface and an External Bus Interface (EBI) to permit interfacing to
a wide range of external memories and to almost any kind of parallel peripheral.
This section describes the memory devices that equip the SAMA5D4-XULT board.
4.2.5.2 DDR2/SDRAM
DDR2
MPU_DDR2_BA0
MPU_DDR2_BA1
MPU_DDR2_BA2
L2
L3
L1
BA0
BA1
BA2
MPU_DDR2_CSn
MPU_DDR2_RASn
MPU_DDR2_CASn
MPU_DDR2_WEn
L8
K7
L7
K3
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
MPU_DDR2_CK+
MPU_DDR2_CKMPU_DDR2_CKEn
J8
K8
K2
CK
CK
CKE
0R
K9
ODT
VDDIODDR
J2
J7
J1
VREF
VSSDL
VDDL
R341
DDR2_VREF
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
C53
100nF
A3
E3
J3
N1
P9
C54
100nF
A9
C1
C3
C7
C9
E9
G1
G3
G7
G9
VDDQ1
VDDQ2
VDDQ3
VDDQ4
VDDQ5
VDDQ6
VDDQ7
VDDQ8
VDDQ9
VDDQ10
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
U7
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
G8
G2
H7
H3
H1
H9
F1
F9
C8
C2
D7
D3
D1
D9
B1
B9
MPU_DDR2_DQ0
MPU_DDR2_DQ1
MPU_DDR2_DQ2
MPU_DDR2_DQ3
MPU_DDR2_DQ4
MPU_DDR2_DQ5
MPU_DDR2_DQ6
MPU_DDR2_DQ7
MPU_DDR2_DQ8
MPU_DDR2_DQ9
MPU_DDR2_DQ10
MPU_DDR2_DQ11
MPU_DDR2_DQ12
MPU_DDR2_DQ13
MPU_DDR2_DQ14
MPU_DDR2_DQ15
LDQS
LDQS
F7
E8
MPU_DDR2_DQS0+
MPU_DDR2_DQS0-
UDQS
UDQS
B7
A8
MPU_DDR2_DQS1+
MPU_DDR2_DQS1-
UDM
LDM
B3
F3
MPU_DDR2_DM1
MPU_DDR2_DM0
NC_A2
NC_E2
RFU_R3
RFU_R7
A2
E2
R3
R7
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4
VSSQ5
VSSQ6
VSSQ7
VSSQ8
VSSQ9
VSSQ10
M8
M3
M7
N2
N8
N3
N7
P2
P8
P3
M2
P7
R2
R8
A7
B8
D2
D8
E7
F2
F8
H2
H8
B2
MPU_DDR2_A0
MPU_DDR2_A1
MPU_DDR2_A2
MPU_DDR2_A3
MPU_DDR2_A4
MPU_DDR2_A5
MPU_DDR2_A6
MPU_DDR2_A7
MPU_DDR2_A8
MPU_DDR2_A9
MPU_DDR2_A10
MPU_DDR2_A11
MPU_DDR2_A12
MPU_DDR2_A13
VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
VDD4
VDD5
A1
E1
J9
M9
R1
VDDIODDR
MT47H128M16RT-25E:C
MPU_DDR2_CK+
R347
DNP(100R 1%)
VDDIODDR
DDR2
MPU_DDR2_BA0
MPU_DDR2_BA1
MPU_DDR2_BA2
L2
L3
L1
BA0
BA1
BA2
MPU_DDR2_CSn
MPU_DDR2_RASn
MPU_DDR2_CASn
MPU_DDR2_WEn
L8
K7
L7
K3
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
MPU_DDR2_CK+
MPU_DDR2_CKMPU_DDR2_CKEn
J8
K8
K2
CK
CK
CKE
K9
ODT
J2
J7
J1
VREF
VSSDL
VDDL
R171
0R
DDR2_VREF
C136
100nF VDDIODDR
C158
100nF
A9
C1
C3
C7
C9
E9
G1
G3
G7
G9
VDDQ1
VDDQ2
VDDQ3
VDDQ4
VDDQ5
VDDQ6
VDDQ7
VDDQ8
VDDQ9
VDDQ10
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
U4
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
G8
G2
H7
H3
H1
H9
F1
F9
C8
C2
D7
D3
D1
D9
B1
B9
MPU_DDR2_DQ16
MPU_DDR2_DQ17
MPU_DDR2_DQ18
MPU_DDR2_DQ19
MPU_DDR2_DQ20
MPU_DDR2_DQ21
MPU_DDR2_DQ22
MPU_DDR2_DQ23
MPU_DDR2_DQ24
MPU_DDR2_DQ25
MPU_DDR2_DQ26
MPU_DDR2_DQ27
MPU_DDR2_DQ28
MPU_DDR2_DQ29
MPU_DDR2_DQ30
MPU_DDR2_DQ31
LDQS
LDQS
F7
E8
MPU_DDR2_DQS2+
MPU_DDR2_DQS2-
UDQS
UDQS
B7
A8
MPU_DDR2_DQS3+
MPU_DDR2_DQS3-
UDM
LDM
B3
F3
MPU_DDR2_DM3
MPU_DDR2_DM2
NC_A2
NC_E2
RFU_R3
RFU_R7
A2
E2
R3
R7
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4
VSSQ5
VSSQ6
VSSQ7
VSSQ8
VSSQ9
VSSQ10
M8
M3
M7
N2
N8
N3
N7
P2
P8
P3
M2
P7
R2
R8
A7
B8
D2
D8
E7
F2
F8
H2
H8
B2
MPU_DDR2_A0
MPU_DDR2_A1
MPU_DDR2_A2
MPU_DDR2_A3
MPU_DDR2_A4
MPU_DDR2_A5
MPU_DDR2_A6
MPU_DDR2_A7
MPU_DDR2_A8
MPU_DDR2_A9
MPU_DDR2_A10
MPU_DDR2_A11
MPU_DDR2_A12
MPU_DDR2_A13
VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
VDD4
VDD5
A1
E1
J9
M9
R1
MPU_DDR2_CK-
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
Figure 4-7.
Two DDR2/SDRAM (MT47H128M16 - 2Gb - 16 Meg x 16 x 8 banks) are used as main system memory. The
board provides 4 Gb on-board, soldered DDR2 (double data rate) SDRAM. The memory bus is 32 bits wide
and operates with a frequency of up to 176 MHz.
A3
E3
J3
N1
P9

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4.2.5.3 DDR_CALP and DDR_CALN Analog Inputs
Two specific analog inputs, DDR_CALP and DDR_CALN, are used to calibrate all DDR I/Os.
Figure 4-8.
DDR_CALP and DDR_CALN Analog Inputs
MPU_DDR2_BA0
MPU_DDR2_BA1
MPU_DDR2_BA2
VDDIODDR
R244
200R 1%
R243
200R 1%
C15
D14
G13
DDR_BA0
DDR_BA1
DDR_BA2
C19
B19
DDR_CALN
DDR_CALP
K12
DDR_VREF
DDR2_VREF
C97
100nF
Table 4-3.
DDR_CALN & DDR_CALP
CALP Pull-down
CALN Pull-up
DDR2
200 Ohm
200 Ohm
LPDDR2
240 Ohm
240 Ohm
4.2.5.4 NAND Flash
One 512 MB NAND Flash is connected to the processor.
Figure 4-9.
NAND Flash
3V3_NAND
U9
R286
100K 1%
R283
10K
NAND_CLE_PC18
NAND_ALE_PC17
NAND_REn_PC13
NAND_WEn_PC14
NAND_CEn_PC15
R285
100K 1%
NAND_RDY_PC16 R282
(NAND_WPn)
R288
Nand Flash
DNP(100K 1%)
VCC_3V3
3V3_NAND
R287
C43
100nF
C45
100nF
0R
C41
100nF
C44
100nF
0R
16
17
8
18
9
CLE
ALE
RE
WE
CE
7
R/B
19
WP
1
2
3
4
5
6
10
11
14
15
20
21
22
23
24
35
N.C1
N.C2
N.C3
N.C4
N.C5
N.C6
N.C7
N.C8
N.C9
N.C10
N.C11
N.C12
N.C13
N.C14
N.C15
N.C16
I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
I/O7
N.C18
N.C19
N.C20
N.C21
N.C22
N.C23
N.C24
29
30
31
32
41
42
43
44
26
27
28
33
40
45
46
DNU2
DNU1
47
38
VCC_1
VCC_2
VCC_3
VCC_4
12
37
34
39
VSS_1
VSS_2
VSS_3
VSS_4
13
36
25
48
NAND_IO0_PC5
NAND_IO1_PC6
NAND_IO2_PC7
NAND_IO3_PC8
NAND_IO4_PC9
NAND_IO5_PC10
NAND_IO6_PC11
NAND_IO7_PC12
3V3_NAND
MT29F4G08ABAEAWP:E
4.2.5.5 CS Disable
The SAMA5D44 device boots according to the following sequence:
1.
the SD CARD connected on MCI1
2.
the optional Dataflash connected on NPCS0 SPI0
3.
the 8-bit NAND Flash connected to D0-D7
In this sequence, the first device found with bootable contents is selected as the boot source. The others are
disregarded.
On-board jumpers (JP7, JP8) control the selection (CS#) of the on-board bootable memory components (NAND
Flash and Serial DataFlash) using a non-inverting 3-state buffer.
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CS Disable
R279
Nand & SPI Flash CS
C40
100nF
JP8
JPR8
DNP(Header 1X2) DNP(JUMPER)
U10
R284
0R
1
VCC 5
2
4
AT25_SPI0_CS0_PC3
SPI Flash CS
3 GND
JPR7
JP7
Header 1X2 JUMPER
1
2
10K
AT25_SPI0_NCPS0_PC3
VCC_3V3
1
2
NL17SZ126DFT2G
C42
100nF
BOOT_DIS
U8
NAND_NCS3_PC15
The jumper JP7 must be populated near the reset button
1
VCC 5
2
4
NAND_CEn_PC15
NAND Flash CS
3 GND
NL17SZ126DFT2G
The rule of operation is:

JP7 = OFF (default) -> enable normal boot from NAND Flash (or serial DataFlash if mounted)

JP7 = ON -> booting from optional serial DataFlash or NAND Flash is disabled
JP8 (optional) also controls the serial DataFlash if mounted.
Refer to the SAMA5D4 Series datasheet for more information on standard boot strategies and sequencing.
4.2.6
Additional Memories
4.2.6.1 Serial Data Flash (optional)
The SAMA5D44 provides two high-speed Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) controllers. One port is used to
interface with the optional on-board serial DataFlash.
The four main signals used in the SPI interface are Clock, Data In, Data Out, and Chip Select. The Serial
Peripheral Interface (SPI) is a serial interface similar to the I2C bus interface but with three main differences:

It operates at a higher speed

Transmit and receive data lines are separate

Device access is chip select-based instead of address-based
Figure 4-11.
Optional Serial DataFlash
VCC_3V3
SPI Flash
R211
100K 1%
U5
AT25_SPI0_MOSI_PC1
AT25_SPI0_MISO_PC0
AT25_SPI0_SPCK_PC2
5
2
6
SI
SO
SCK
AT25_SPI0_CS0_PC3
1
CS
VCC
8
WP
HOLD
3
7
GND
4
C34
100nF
DNP(AT25DF321A)
4.2.6.2 Serial EEPROM with Unique MAC Address
The SAMA5D4-XULT board embeds one Atmel AT24MAC402/602 EEPROM using a TWI0 interface.
The AT24MAC402/602 provides 2048 bits of Serial Electrically-Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory
(EEPROM) organized as 256 words of eight bits each and is accessed via an I2C-compatible (2-wire) serial
interface. In addition, the AT24MAC402/602 incorporates an easy and inexpensive method to obtain a globally
unique MAC or EUI address (EUI-48 or EUI-64).
The EUI-48/64 addresses can be assigned as the actual physical address of a system hardware device or node, or
it can be assigned to a software instance. These addresses are factory-programmed by Atmel and permanently
write-protected in an extended memory block located outside of the standard 2-Kbit memory array.
In addition, the AT24MAC402/602 provides the value-added feature of a factory-programmed, guaranteed unique
128-bit serial number located in the extended memory block (same area as the EUI address values).
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The EEPROM device is used as a "soft label" to store board information such as chip type, manufacture name and
production date, using the last two 16-byte blocks in memory.
WARNING
Figure 4-12.
The information contained in these blocks should not be modified.
EEPROM
VCC_3V3_EEPROM
VCC_3V3
R398
0R
R372
10K
EEPROM_WP
DNP(10K) R399
VCC_3V3_EEPROM
R397
0R
4.2.7
EEPROM
VCC_3V3_EEPROM
U15
C161
100nF
1
A0
VCC
8
2
A1
WP
7
3
A2
SCL
6
EEPROM_TWCK0_PA31 [7]
4
GND
SDA
5
EEPROM_TWD0_PA30 [7]
EEPROM_WP
AT24MAC402-MAHM-T
High-Speed Multimedia Card Interface (HSMCI)
4.2.7.1 Multimedia Card Interface (MCI)
The SAMA5D4-XULT board has two high-speed Multimedia Card interfaces (MCIs) that support the multimedia
card (MMC) Specification V4.3, the SD Memory Card Specification V2.0 and the SDIO V1.1 specification:

MCI0 interface based on a 7-pin interface (clock, command, 4-bit data, power lines).

MCI1 Interface based on a 7-pin interface (clock, command, 4-bit data, power lines).
4.2.7.2 HSMCI Card Connector
A standard MMC/SD card (push and click type) connector, connected to MCI1, is mounted on the top side of the
board. It features a push-lock / push-eject mechanism and a card detection switch.
A micro SD card (push and click type) connector, connected to MCI0, is mountable as an option on the bottom side
of the board.
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Figure 4-13.
HSMCI0 & HSMCI1
VDD_MCI1
VCC_3V3
Q4
IRLML6402
3
2
1
VCC_3V3
R348
100K 1%
[9] MCI1_CD_PE3
[9] MCI1_DA1_PE21
[9] MCI1_DA0_PE20
[9] MCI1_CK_PE18
[9] MCI1_CDA_PE19
[9] MCI1_DA3_PE23
[9] MCI1_DA2_PE22
R386
R392
R390
R344
R340
R337
10K
68K
68K
10K
68K
68K
MCI1_PWR_PE4 [9]
R357
C141
10uF
C144
100nF
DNP(4.7K)
(MCI1_CD)
J24
(MCI1_DA1)
(MCI1_DA0)
16
15
14 0R
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
(MCI1_CK)
(MCI1_CDA)
(MCI1_DA3)
(MCI1_DA2)
R396
(MCI1_WP)
13
12
11
10
SD Card Connector
SD/MMCPlus CARD INTERFACE - MCI1
[8] MCI0_CDA_PC5
[8] MCI0_CK_PC4
[9] MCI0_CD_PE2
R141
68K
R194
R138
68K
R142
R172
68K
10K
R166
R163
(MCI0_DA0)
(MCI0_DA1)
(MCI0_DA2)
(MCI0_DA3)
10K
MCI0_DA0_PC6
MCI0_DA1_PC7
MCI0_DA2_PC8
MCI0_DA3_PC9
DNP(68K)
[8]
[8]
[8]
[8]
68K
VCC_3V3
J9
(MCI0_CDA)
(MCI0_CK)
(MCI0_CD)
7
8
1
2
DAT0
DAT1
DAT2
DAT3
3
5
CMD
CLK
4
6
VDD
VSS
9
10
C29
10uF
C30
100nF
PGND_1
PGND_2
PGND_3
NC_1
NC_2
11
12
13
14
15
CD
PGND
DNP(MicroSD Card Connector)
Micro SD CARD INTERFACE - MCI0
4.2.8
Communication Interfaces
The SAMA5D4-XULT board is equipped with EMAC and USB Host/Device communication interfaces.
4.2.8.1 Ethernet 10/100 (EMAC) Port
The SAMA5D4-XULT board contains a MICREL PHY device (KSZ8081) operating at 10/100 Mb/s. The board
supports RMII interface modes. The Ethernet interface consists of two pairs of low-voltage differential pair signals
designated from GRX± and GTX± plus control signals for link activity indicators. These signals can be used to
connect to a 10/100 Base-T RJ45 connector integrated on SAMA5D4-XULT board.
Additionally, for monitoring and control purposes, LED functionality is carried on the RJ45 connectors to indicate
activity, link, and speed status information.
For more information about the Ethernet controller device, refer to the MICREL KSZ8081RN controller
manufacturer's datasheet.
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Figure 4-14.
Ethernet
ETH0_VDD
100 ohms differential trace
impedance
Routing top or bottom
1K
U14
TD-
2
TX-
TX-
top/bot
6
TXM
3
RX+
RD+
3
RX+
RX+
top/bot
5
RXP
CT
5
RD-
6
RX-
RX-
top/bot
4
RXM
RX-
75
75
4
NC
7
5
C116
2.2uF
C126
100nF
1nF
75
7
8
8
6.49K 1%
EARTH_ETH0
Right yellow LED
2
1
33
22
26
27
R383 10
GND_ETH0
19
TXD1
TXD0
TXEN
RXD3/PHYAD0
RXD2/PHYAD1
RXD1/PHYAD2
RXD0/DUPLEX
RXDV/CONFIG2
RXER/ISO
CRS/CONFIG1
COL/CONFIG0
25
24
23
13
14
15
16
18
20
29
28
MDC
MDIO
INTRP/NAND
12
11
21
VDD_1V2
GND
PADDLE
TXC
TXD2
TXD3
REXT
1K
R364
G0_TXCK_PB0 [7]
G0_TX1_PB13 [7]
G0_TX0_PB12 [7]
G0_TXEN_PB2 [7]
G0_RX1_PB9 [7]
G0_RX0_PB8 [7]
G0_RXDV_PB6 [7]
G0_RXER_PB7 [7]
G0_MDC_PB16 [7]
G0_MDIO_PB17 [7]
G0_IRQ_PE1 [9]
ETH0_VDDA
VDDA_3V3
39R
3
Left Green LED
9
10
11
ETH0_VDD
12
15
16
C35
100nF
75
RXC/B-CAST_OFF
TXP
TX-
C37
100nF
EARTH_ETH0
7
2
6
13
14
top/bot
10K R380
4
TX+
10K R379
TX+
1
CT
10K R368
TD+
Terminal Resistor close to output side
10K R361
RJ45 Connector
TX+
10K R350
J12
1
10K R378
R358 R382
10K R381
10Base-T/100Base-TX
10K R349
ETH0
ETH0_VDD
R230
470R
R226
470R
ACT
ETH0_LED1
LINK
ETH0_LED0
R351
R352
10K
10K
ETH0_XO
8
XO
ETH0_XI
9
XI
ETH0_LED0
ETH0_LED1
30
31
ETH0_VDD
VDDIO
17
RESET
32
LED0/NWAYEN
LED1/SPEED
NRST_3V3 [4,10,14,15]
KSZ8081RNB
ETH0_VDD
VCC_3V3
C152
ETH0_XI
20pF
ETH0_VDDA
L22
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
R215
1
L21
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
C147
100nF
0R
Y4
GND_ETH0
EARTH_ETH0
R375
DNP(1M)
4
C160
10uF
2
0R
3
R393
25MHz CL=20pF
C153
ETH0_XO
20pF
C106
10uF
C138
100nF
4.2.8.2 USB Host/Device A, B & C
The SAMA5D4-XULT board features three USB communication ports:

USB Host B/C High- and Full-speed Interface
–

Two USB host stacked type A connectors.
USB Host/Device A Interface
–
Figure 4-15.
One USB device standard micro-AB connector. This port has a VBUS detection function made
through the resistor ladder R218 and R214.
USB Host & Device Interface
USB B & C
USB_VBUS_5V [4]
USB A
R218
100K 1%
9
SHD
VBUS
DM
DP
ID
GND
7
11
10
J16
USB Connector
J7_USB_A_Upper
USBA_VBUS_PE31 [9]
5V_USBB
R214
200K
[9] USBB_DM
[9] USBB_DP
6
8
C36
20pF
5
6
7
8
B
9 10
1
2
3
4
5
J7_USB_B_Lower
1
2
3
4
A
5V_USBC
USBC_DM [9]
USBC_DP [9]
1112
USBA_DM [9]
USBA_DP [9]
EARTH_USB_B/C
J11
MicroUSB AB Connector
L12
180ohm at 100MHz
2
1
EARTH_USB_A
L15
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
EARTH_USB_A
EARTH_USB_B/C
The two USB Host ports are equipped with 500 mA high-side power switch for self-powered and bus-powered
applications.
L18
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
5V_USBC
C63
100nF
VCC_5V
C65
10uF
C68
100nF
5V_USBB
1
C48
100nF
20
2
L16
C49
180ohm at 100MHz
10uF
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OUTA
ENA
1
7
IN
FLGA
2
6
GNG
FLGB
3
USB_OVCUR_PE0 [9]
5
OUTB
ENB
4
USBB_EN5V_PE11 [9]
SP2526A-1EN-L
USBC_EN5V_PE14 [9]
ENA and ENB Active High
4.2.9
LCD TFT Interface
4.2.9.1 LCD
The SAMA5D4 provides 24 bits of data and control signals to the LCD interface. Other signals are used to control
the LCD and are available on connector J2: TWI, SPI, 2 GPIOs for interrupt, 1-Wire and power supply lines.
4.2.9.2 LCD Expansion Header
J2 is a 1.27mm pitch 50-pin header; it gives access to the LCD signals.
Figure 4-16.
LCD Expansion Header Interface
VCC_5V
VCC_3V3
NRST_3V3
[8] AD0_XP_PC27
[7] LCD_SPI1_NPCS2_PB23
[8] AD1_XM_PC28
[7] LCD_SPI1_MISO_PB18
[8] AD2_YP_PC29
[7] LCD_SPI1_MOSI_PB19
[8] AD3_YM_PC30
[7] LCD_SPI1_SPCK_PB20
R75
R50
DNP(0R)
22R
R126
R95
DNP(0R)
22R
R49
R74
DNP(0R)
22R
R125
R94
DNP(0R)
22R
[7]
[9]
[9]
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
R416
DNP(0R)
R417
0R
R53
0R
J2
(LCDDISP)
(LCDDEN)
(LCDHSYNC)
(LCDVSYNC)
(LCDPCK)
LCD_DEN_PA29
LCD_HSYNC_PA27
LCD_VSYNC_PA26
LCD_PCK_PA28
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT23_PA23
LCD_DAT22_PA22
LCD_DAT21_PA21
LCD_DAT20_PA20
(LCDDAT23)
(LCDDAT22)
(LCDDAT21)
(LCDDAT20)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT19_PA19
LCD_DAT18_PA18
LCD_DAT17_PA17
LCD_DAT16_PA16
(LCDDAT19)
(LCDDAT18)
(LCDDAT17)
(LCDDAT16)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT15_PA15
LCD_DAT14_PA14
LCD_DAT13_PA13
LCD_DAT12_PA12
(LCDDAT15)
(LCDDAT14)
(LCDDAT13)
(LCDDAT12)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT11_PA11
LCD_DAT10_PA10
LCD_DAT9_PA9
LCD_DAT8_PA8
(LCDDAT11)
(LCDDAT10)
(LCDDAT9)
(LCDDAT8)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT7_PA7
LCD_DAT6_PA6
LCD_DAT5_PA5
LCD_DAT4_PA4
(LCDDAT7)
(LCDDAT6)
(LCDDAT5)
(LCDDAT4)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT3_PA3
LCD_DAT2_PA2
LCD_DAT1_PA1
LCD_DAT0_PA0
(LCDDAT3)
(LCDDAT2)
(LCDDAT1)
(LCDDAT0)
R33
R32
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
(LCDPWM)
(IRQ2)
(IRQ1)
LCD_PWM_PA24
LCD_PE10
LCD_PE9
LCD_TWCK0_PA31
LCD_TWD0_PA30
LCD_DISP_PA25
[9] LCD_ID_PE15
[14] EDBG_ID_01
LCD
DNP(0R)
330R
(ID_SYS)
52
51
50 Pin FPC Connector
4.2.9.3 LCD Power
In order to operate correctly out of the processor with various LCD modules, two voltage lines are available: 3.3V
by default and 5 VCC, both selected by 0R resistors R416 and R417.
Figure 4-17.
LCD Power
VCC_5V
VCC_3V3
NRST_3V3
R416
DNP(0R)
R417
0R
R53
0R
LCD
J2
50
49
48
47
4.2.10 HDMI Transmitter Interface
The SAMA5D4-XULT board features the Silicon Image SiI9022ACUN device to convert video signals to the HDMI
standard.
It features the following:

Compliance
–

HDMI 1.2a, Simply HD, DVI 1.0
Digital Video Output
–
Integrated TMDS core
–
DTV resolution support - 480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p
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

–
PC resolution support - VGA/XGA/SXGA/WSXGA/UXGA
–
Flexible interface to HD MPEG decoders
–
Integrated YCbCr -> RGB conversion
–
4:2:2 -> 4:4:4 up-converter
Digital Audio Output
–
DVD-Audio support through 4 x I2S inputs
–
Supports 2-ch 192kHz or 8-ch 96kHz
–
Supports IEC60958 2-ch PCM or IEC61937 compressed audio (Dolby Digital, DTS, etc.)
–
Industry-standard S/PDIF input, Integrated MCLK generator
Power Management
–
1.2V and 1.8V cores provide low-power operation
–
Flexible power-down modes
Figure 4-18.
HDMI Interface
VCC_5V
100 ohms differential trace
impedance
Routing top or bottom
[7] HDMI_INT_PA25
R28
3V3_HDMI
2.2K 1%
R29
R404
DNP(4.7K)
R405
4.7K
HDMI_SDA
HDMI Type A Connector
HDMI_SCL
VSYNC
HSYNC
DE
RESETN
45
44
41
40
39
37
SCLK
LRCLK
I2S0
I2S1
I2S2
I2S3
R30
71
50
54
52
48
49
TXC+
TXC-
59
58
SIL_TCK+
SIL_TCK-
TX0+
TX0-
62
61
SIL_TD0+
SIL_TD0-
TX1+
TX1-
65
64
SIL_TD1+
SIL_TD1-
TX2+
TX2-
68
67
SIL_TD2+
SIL_TD2-
56
R411
EXT_SWING
AVCC_1
AVCC_2
60
66
AGND_1
AGND_2
57
63
(PCK0) [7] HDMI_MCK_PA24
10K
38
MCLK
36
SPDIF
IOVCC18_1
IOVCC18_2
IOVCC18_3
TVS
69 R406
HDMI_SCL
HDMI_SDA
15
16
SCL
SDA
HDMI_HPD
19
HPLG
HDMI_TD0HDMI_TD0+
4.3K 1%
HDMI_TCK+
HDMI_TCK-
L28
60ohm at 100MHz 1V2_HDMI
1
2
DAT2DAT2+
DAT2_S
6
4
5
DATDAT+
DAT1_S
9
7
8
DAT0DAT0+
DAT0_S
10
12
11
MTG1
20
MTG2
21
MTG3
22
MTG4
23
CEC
NC
13
14
+5V
DDC/CEC
CLK+
CLKCLK_S
EARTH_HDMI
18 VCC_5V_HDMI
17
C20
100nF
HDMI A Connector
C172 C179 C174 C169 C178
1nF
1nF
1nF
1nF
100nF
IO_SEL: LOW=3.3V
HIGH=1.8V
1K
C180
100nF
C182
100nF
C191
10uF
C181
10uF
3V3_HDMI
L27
3
21
46
1
C167
100nF
L11
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
0R
L5
60ohm at 100MHz
C166
100nF
R111
VCC_3V3
2
C164
10uF
SIL_TCK-
2
3
HDMI_TCK-
SIL_TCK+
1
4
HDMI_TCK+
EARTH_HDMI
1V2_HDMI
L29
U3
3
1
2
DNP(WCM-2012HDMI-900T)
R130
0R
TP7
SMD
D2
TVS
HDMI_TD2HDMI_TD2+
HDMI_TD1HDMI_TD1+
C184
100nF
ePAD
VDDQ
TMODE
10K
D1
TVS
SiI9022ACUN
CVCC12_1
CVCC12_2
CVCC12_3
CVCC12_4
CVCC12_5
CVCC12_6
5
12
26
42
47
53
CGND
43
1
2
R132
60ohm at 100MHz
C186
100nF
C183
100nF
C185
100nF
C173
100nF
C168
100nF
C165
100nF
C197
10uF
0R
D7
L8
SIL_TD0-
2
3
HDMI_TD0-
SIL_TD0+
1
4
HDMI_TD0+
DNP(WCM-2012HDMI-900T)
R134
0R
R135
73
70
55
R27
D3
Close to Pin56
IO_SEL
Close to SiI9022
68K
35
34
33
51
DDCSDA
DDCSCL
CLK
HPD
INT
22
CEC_A
CEC_D
72
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
D21
D22
D23
SCL
SDA
CI2CA
32
31
30
29
28
27
25
24
23
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
11
10
9
8
7
6
4
1
2
J5
[7] HDMI_PCK_PA28
R23
VCC_5V_HDMI
R24
2.2K 1%
HDMI_HPD
0R
R26
4.7K
[7] HDMI_DAT0_PA0
[7] HDMI_DAT1_PA1
[7] HDMI_DAT2_PA2
[7] HDMI_DAT3_PA3
[7] HDMI_DAT4_PA4
[7] HDMI_DAT5_PA5
[7] HDMI_DAT6_PA6
[7] HDMI_DAT7_PA7
[7] HDMI_DAT8_PA8
[7] HDMI_DAT9_PA9
[7] HDMI_DAT10_PA10
[7] HDMI_DAT11_PA11
[7] HDMI_DAT12_PA12
[7] HDMI_DAT13_PA13
[7] HDMI_DAT14_PA14
[7] HDMI_DAT15_PA15
[7] HDMI_DAT16_PA16
[7] HDMI_DAT17_PA17
[7] HDMI_DAT18_PA18
[7] HDMI_DAT19_PA19
[7] HDMI_DAT20_PA20
[7] HDMI_DAT21_PA21
[7] HDMI_DAT22_PA22
[7] HDMI_DAT23_PA23
R133
1K
[7] HDMI_VSYNC_PA26
[7] HDMI_HSYNC_PA27
[7] HDMI_DEN_PA29
[7] HDMI_RST_PB15
3V3_HDMI
[7] HDMI_TK0_PB27
[7] HDMI_TF0_PB31
[7] HDMI_TD0_PB28
R25
2.2K 1%
3V3_HDMI
[7] HDMI_TWD0_PA30
[7] HDMI_TWCK0_PA31
3V3_HDMI
F1
D5
1812L160/12 RB160M-60TR
1
2
1
2
3
HDMI_TCKHDMI_TCK+
4
5
HDMI_TD0HDMI_TD0+
HDMI_TD1- 10
HDMI_TD1+ 9
8
1
2
3
HDMI_TD1HDMI_TD1+
HDMI_TD2HDMI_TD2+
4
5
HDMI_TD2HDMI_TD2+
HDMI_TCK- 10
HDMI_TCK+ 9
8
HDMI_TD0HDMI_TD0+
7
6
BTR6V8UD
0R
L9
HDMI
SIL_TD1-
2
3
HDMI_TD1-
SIL_TD1+
1
4
HDMI_TD1+
DNP(WCM-2012HDMI-900T)
R137
0R
R139
0R
D9
7
6
BTR6V8UD
L10
SIL_TD2-
2
3
HDMI_TD2-
SIL_TD2+
1
4
HDMI_TD2+
DNP(WCM-2012HDMI-900T)
R143
0R
4.2.11 Indicators
There are two LEDs on the SAMA5D4-XULT board that can be controlled by the user:
22

The red LED provides an indication that power is supplied to the board and is controlled via software.

The blue LED is controlled via GPIO pins.
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LED Indicators
LED
LED_USER_PE15
VCC_3V3
D10
470R
R140
BLUE
PD30
LED_POWER_PD30
1
Q3
R144
100K 1%
IRLML2502
D8
470R
3 R136
2
TP19
RED
4.2.12 Push Button Switches
The SAMA5D4-XULT features three push buttons:

One board Reset button (BP3). When pressed and released, it causes a power-on reset of the board.

One Wakeup push button to exit the processor from low-power mode (BP2).

One User momentary push button (BP1).
Push Buttons
REFBP
9
nPBIN
2
R16
49.9K 1%
BP2
SMD
TP14
Tact Switch
IRLML2502
EP
GA
RESET
R17
SHDN
1K
C5 DNP(100nF)
PB_USER_PE8
R1
2
100K 1%
C4
10nF
VDDREF
R2
49.9K 1%
USER BUTTON
C10
DNP(100nF)
1
PWRHLD
Tact Switch
Place TP19 to Bottom
3
Q1
IRLML2502
[9]
RED
BP1
PE8
WAKE UP
TP19
SMD
33
Tact Switch
GP1
GP2
GP3
BP3
32
C177
47nF
SMD
TP13
29
28
14
Figure 4-20.
C6 100nF
4.2.13 Debug Interfaces
The SAMA5D4-XULT board includes a JTAG, a Debug serial COM port and an EDBG interface port, to provide
debug level access to the SAMA5D4.
4.2.13.1 Debug JTAG
A 2x10-pin JTAG header is provided on the SAMA5D4-XULT board to facilitate the software development and
debugging by using various JTAG emulators. The interface signals have a voltage level of 3.3V.
Figure 4-21.
JTAG Interface
VCC_3V3
VCC_3V3
R224
R222
R227
R217
100K 1%
100K 1%
100K 1%
100K 1%
JTAG
J13
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
R220
R235
0R
R259
0R
0R
NTRST [7]
TDI [7,14]
TMS [7,14]
TCK [7,14]
TDO [7,14]
NRST_3V3 [4,12,14,15]
Header 2X10
4.2.13.2 DBGU
The SAMA5D4-XULT board has a dedicated serial port for debugging, which is accessible through the 6-pin male
header J1. Various interfaces can be used as USB/Serial DBGU port bridge, such as FTDI TTL-232R USB to TTL
serial cable or basic breakout board for the RS232/USB converter.
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DBGU Interface
VCC_5V
R15
DNP(0R) R14
R12
DNP(68K)
(RTS3)
R11
[9] DBGU_RTS3_PE24
68K
(CTS3)
(TXD3)
(RXD3)
R10
[9] DBGU_CTS3_PE5
[9,14] DBGU_TXD3_PE17
[9,14] DBGU_RXD3_PE16
68K
DEBUG
DNP(68K)
VCC_3V3
DNP(0R) R13
Figure 4-22.
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Header 1X6
R13 and R14 are optional (not implemented) resistors that can be used for power selection. Power can be
delivered either by the SAMA5D4-XULT board or by the debug interface tool. To avoid malfunction between the
debug interface (e.g. FTDI) and the on-board power system, ensure that the voltage level selected corresponds to
application requirements.
4.2.14 Embedded Debugger (EDBG) Interface
The Atmel Embedded Debugger (EDBG) (1) is an intuitive plug-and-play solution which adds full programming and
debugging support to embedded hardware kits containing Atmel microcontrollers. It enables seamless integration
between the target hardware and the Atmel Studio front end.
In addition to the Virtual COM port which provides a UART bridge to the target device, the EDBG provides a Data
Gateway Interface, through which the target device and host PC can communicate, facilitating high-level
application debugging, monitoring, graphing and logging of system information in real-time.
The EDBG is based on the Atmel UC3A4 high-performance low-power 32-bit AVR microcontroller running at up to
60 MHz. The device includes an on-chip USB 2.0 high-speed hardware module with dedicated DMA channels,
making it ideal for data communications.
By default, the EDBG is in Reset state and not usable. To use the EDBG interface, remove the jumper JP1. To
avoid any conflict with the debug signals, do not use the JTAG and EDBG at the same time.
1.
Device and Ordering Information
The EDBG is a factory-programmed AT32UC3A4256J-C1UR standard microcontroller with ordering code
AT32UC3A4256HHB-C1UR. For further information please contact [email protected]
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EDBG Interface
VCC_EDBG
DNP(1M)
TARGET_JTAG_TCK
TARGET_JTAG_TDO
TARGET_JTAG_NRST
TARGET_JTAG_TMS
TARGET_JTAG_TDI
EDBG_XOUT
Y1
R20
R21
39R
39R
6
DMFS
DPFS
USB_VBIAS
C11
10pF
VCC_EDBG L2
180ohm at 100MHz
2
1
EDBG_USB_VBUS_5V [4]
C17
100nF
C8
C7
1nF
2.2uF
C196
2.2uF
C192
100nF
470R
Q2
1
EDBG_ID_05 [15]
2
R104
2
EDBG_ID_04 [15]
POWER_LED_CTRL
STATUS_LED_CTRL
TARGET_RESET_SENSE
100K 1%
R101
0R
NRST_3V3 [4,10,12,15]
EDBG_SPI_MISO [15]
EDBG_SPI_MOSI [15]
EDBG_SPI_SCK [15]
EDBG_SPI_NCS [15]
VCC_EDBG
JTAG
VCC_EDBG
R131
EDBG_RESET_N
470R
J9
R412
R56
PB00
PB01
PB02
PB03
PB04
PB06
PB07
PB08
PB09
PB10
PB11
RESET_N
3
Q9
VCC_EDBG
J3
EDBG_JTAG_TCK 1
EDBG_JTAG_TDO 3
EDBG_JTAG_TMS 5
7
EDBG_JTAG_TDI 9
2
4
6 EDBG_RESET_N
8
10
JPR1
JP1
JUMPER Header 1X2
R8
10K
EDBG_RESET_N
EDBG_DIS
DNP(Header 2X5)
C9
100nF
IO1
(3V3)
C22
C189
C195
C193
C188
2.2uF
2.2uF
100nF
100nF
100nF
2
1
EDBG_JTAG_TCK
EDBG_JTAG_TDI
EDBG_JTAG_TDO
EDBG_JTAG_TMS
3
1
VCC_EDBG
GND
PRTR5V0U2X
K9
K8
J8
H7
EDBG_ID_07 [15]
3
U11
TCK
TDI
TDO
TMS
EDBG_ID_06 [15]
VCC_EDBG
EDBG_USB_DM
EDBG_USB_DP
J20
MicroUSB AB Connector
EARTH_USB_EDBG
L13
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
B9
B8
C7
IO2
7
10
1
2
3
4
5
4
SHD
VBUS
DM
DP
ID
GND
6.8K 1%
C47
1nF
VCC
8
9
11
C46
1nF
USB_VBUS
DMHS
DPHS
EDBG_USB_FS_DM
EDBG_USB_FS_DP
R9
L14
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
A10
A9
A8
G4
G2
G3
J1
H1
G1
F3
F4
E3
E4
D2
D1
D3
K4
D4
F1
H2
K1
J2
H4
J3
K2
K3
J4
G5
H5
D6
BLUE
1
2
EDBG_USB_HS_DM
EDBG_USB_HS_DP
PX00
PX01
PX02
PX03
PX04
PX05
PX06
PX07
PX08
PX09
PX10
PX12
PX13
PX15 / PX32
PX16 / PX53
PX19 / PX59
PX21
PX23
PX24
PX25
PX26
PX27
PX28
PX29
PX30
PX31
GNDIO_1
GNDIO_2
GNDIO_3
GNDIO_4
GNDIO_5
GNDIO_6
EDBG_USB_VBUS_5V
EDBG_USB_DM
EDBG_USB_DP
D4
RED
EDBG
F5
C3
H3
E2
C8
E6
TARGET_JTAG_NRST
VDDIN_2
GNDPLL
EDBG_DGI_SCL
[10] EDBG_ID_01
D10
B10
[15] EDBG_DGI_TWD
[15] EDBG_DGI_TWCK
VCC_EDBG
AT32UC3A4256J-C1UR
VDDCORE
GNDCORE
Force s/n
R413
0R
R4
200K
U1
E10
F10
EDBG_FORCE_BOOT
PC00 / PX14
PC01
PC02
PC03
PC04
PC05
K5
K6
A5
A6
B7
A7
EDBG_DGI_SDA
TP2 TP1
SMD SMD
VDDIN_1
R3
100K 1%
EDBG_ADC0
D9
VCC_5V
PA00 / PA18
PA01 / PA17
PA02 / PX47
PA03
PA04
PA05
PA06 / PA13
PA07 / PA19
PA08
PA09
PA10
PA11
PA12 / PA25
PA14 / PX11
PA15 / PX45
PA16
PA20 / PX18
PA21 / PX22
PA22 / PX20
PA23 / PX46
PA24 / PX17
PA26 / PB05
PA27
PA28
PA29
PA30
PA31
VDDANA
GNDANA
[15] EDBG_DGI_GPIO0
[15] EDBG_DGI_GPIO1
[15] EDBG_DGI_GPIO2
[15] EDBG_DGI_GPIO3
G8
G10
E1
F9
E9
G9
E8
H10
F8
D8
C10
C9
G7
K7
J7
E7
H9
K10
H6
G6
J10
F7
A2
A1
B4
A4
C2
J6
H8
EDBG_CDC_UART_RX
EDBG_CDC_UART_TX
VDDIO_1
VDDIO_2
VDDIO_3
VDDIO_4
VDDIO_5
VDDIO_6
ERASE
EDBG_TWI
330R
330R
TCK [7,10]
TDO [7,10]
NRST_3V3 [4,10,12,15]
TMS [7,10]
TDI [7,10]
100K 1%
20pF
EDBG_DGI_TWD
EDBG_DGI_TWCK
R5
R6
330R
330R
330R
330R
330R
TARGET_JTAG_TCK
TARGET_JTAG_TDO
TARGET_JTAG_TMS
TARGET_JTAG_TDI
[15] EDBG_ID_03
[15] EDBG_ID_02
C13
B1
B2
B3
C4
A3
D7
D6
C6
C5
D5
C1
12MHz CL=15pF
E5
B5
J5
B6
F2
F6
3
2
TP6
SMD
[9,10] DBGU_TXD3_PE17
[9,10] DBGU_RXD3_PE16
R7
R57
R79
R80
R107
4
1
C15
20pF
EDBG_XIN
EDBG_XOUT
2.2K 1%
R414
1K
1K
2.2K 1%
1K
1K
1K
1K
R415
R103
R102
R106
R105
R110
EDBG_ID_01
EDBG_ID_02
EDBG_ID_03
EDBG_ID_04
EDBG_ID_05
EDBG_ID_06
EDBG_ID_07
R108
R109
1K
EDBG_XIN
R31
EARTH_USB_EDBG
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4.2.15 Expansion Ports
4.2.15.1 Arduino
Five 8-pin, one 6-pin, one 10-pin and one 36-pin headers (J6, J7, J8, J14, J15, J17, J18, J19) are provided on the
SAMA5D4-XULT board to enable the PIO connection of various expansion cards. These headers' physical and
electrical implementation match the Arduino R3 extension ("shields") scheme.
Due to multiplexing, different signals can be provided on each pin.
Figure 4-24.
Expansion Boards Connectors
Expansion
Boards
Connectors
J17
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J6
VCC_3V3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
[4] EXP_VBAT
[4,10,12,14] NRST_3V3
R216
100R 1%
[4] EXP_5V
Socket 1X8
Socket 1X10
R309
R308
R307
0R
DNP(330R)
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PE30 [9]
EDBG_DGI_TWCK [14]
EXP_PB4 [7]
R312
R314
R313
0R
DNP(330R)
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PE29 [9]
EDBG_DGI_TWD [14]
EXP_PB3 [7]
AREF [7]
R316
R315
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PB20 [7]
EXP_PE6 [9]
R317
R318
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PB18 [7]
EXP_PE7 [9]
R319
R320
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [7]
EXP_PE8 [9]
R321
R322
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PB21 [7]
EDBG_SPI_NCS [14]
EXP/XPRO_PE21 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PE22 [9]
EXP_PE23 [9]
J7
[7]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[9]
[9]
J18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EXP_PB28
EXP/XPRO_PC27
EXP/XPRO_PC28
EXP/XPRO_PC29
EXP/XPRO_PC30
EXP_PC31
EXP_PE24
EXP_PE5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Socket 1X8
Socket 1X8
J8
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
[8]
[8]
[7]
[7]
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PE18 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO0 [14]
R292
R291
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PE19 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO1 [14]
R294
R293
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PB22 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC1 [8]
R295
R296
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP_PE20 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO2 [14]
R297
R298
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP_PE15 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO3 [14]
R300
R299
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PC26 [8]
EXP_PB1 [7]
R301
R302
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PC25 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PC0 [8]
J19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EXP/XPRO_PB30
EXP/XPRO_PB29
EXP/XPRO_PB26
EXP_PB10
EXP/XPRO_PC0
EXP/XPRO_PC1
EXP/XPRO_PB14
EXP/XPRO_PB15
R289
R290
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EXP/XPRO_PE27
EXP/XPRO_PE26
EXP/XPRO_PD17
EXP_PD16 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD13
EXP_PD12 [9]
Socket 1X8
Socket 1X8
EXP_PD8
EXP_PC4
EXP_PB31
EXP_PD14
[9] EXP_PE12
[9] EXP_PD18
0R
DNP(0R)
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_TWD0_PA30 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC3 [8]
R305
R306
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_TWCK0_PA31 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC2 [8]
R323
R324
0R
DNP(0R)
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
R325
R327
0R
DNP(0R)
R338
R342
[9] EXP_PD30
[9] EXP_PD22
0R
DNP(0R)
R354
R345
[7] EXP_PB3
[7] EXP_PB4
[9] EXP_PD24
0R
DNP(0R)
R362
R359
[9] EXP_PD28
[14] EDBG_ID_04
0R
DNP(0R)
R366
R371
[9] EXP_PD10
[14] EDBG_ID_06
0R
DNP(0R)
R377
R385
[8] EXP/XPRO_PC3
[9] EXP_PD26
0R
DNP(0R)
R389
R387
[9] EXP_PE25
[9] EXP_PD20
EXP/XPRO_PB27 [7]
EXP_PD29 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD15 [9]
J15
[8] EXP_PC20
[8] EXP_PC22
[8] EXP_PC24
[8] EXP/XPRO_PC26
[9] EXP_PE28
R328
R326
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PE13 [9]
EXP_PD19 [9]
EXP_PC19 [8]
EXP_PC21 [8]
EXP_PC23 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PC25 [8]
R343
R339
0R
DNP(0R)
R353
R346
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PD31 [9]
EXP_PD23 [9]
R360
R363
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PB5 [7]
EXP_PD25 [9]
R370
R365
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PD11 [9]
EDBG_ID_05 [14]
R384
R376
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PD9 [9]
EDBG_ID_07 [14]
R388
R391
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PE31 [9]
EXP_PD27 [9]
EXP_PE0 [9]
EXP_PD21 [9]
EXP_PB1 [7]
EXP_PB11 [7]
Socket 2X18
[7] EXP/XPRO_PB20
[14] EDBG_SPI_SCK
R236
R238
SPI1_SPCK 0R
DNP(330R)
R229
R225
NRST_3V3
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R219
DNP(0R) R242
SPI1_MISO 0R
DNP(330R)
DNP(0R) R240
VCC_3V3 EXP_5V
[7] EXP/XPRO_PB18
[14] EDBG_SPI_MISO
J14
1
3
5
2
4
6
Header 2X3
R232
R233
[9]
R304
R303
EXP_5V
[9]
[8]
[7]
[9]
[9]
[9]
[9]
0R SPI1_MOSI
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [7]
EDBG_SPI_MOSI [14]
4.2.15.2 Functions Available Through the Arduino Headers
The multiplexing of the SAMA5D44 I/Os (standard parallel I/O and up to 3 peripheral functions per pin) makes it
possible to route alternate signals via Arduino extension headers. To enable these signals, SAMA5D44 PIO
multiplexing must be properly configured. For more details, refer to Section 4.3.15 of this document and the
section PIO Controller (PIO) in the SAMA5D4 Series datasheet.
In addition, on-board resistors may be unsoldered and moved to an alternate location to enable a different
connection.
Table 4-5 to Table 4-11, together with the connector schematics, provide the alternate signals available for use
with Arduino connectors.
TIP
How to read the tables
For the example Table 4-4 and Figure 4-25 below, the information provided on alternate signals is read as follows:
Pin 3 of Jxx is normally connected to SAMA5D44 PD8 which has PCK0 as an alternate function.
By unsoldering R323 and soldering it on R324 footprint, pin 3 of J15 will be connected to SAMA5D44 PC4
which has SPI0_NPCS1, MCIO_CK and PCK1 as alternate functions.
Figure 4-25.
Jxx Connector
EXP_5V
[9] EXP_PD8
[8] EXP_PC4
0R
DNP(0R)
R323
R324
J15
1
3
Table 4-4.
Jxx Connector Signals
Pin
Number
3
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
PD8
PCK0
–
On-board Alternate
–
PC4
SPI0_NPCS1
MCI0_CK
PCK1
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Figure 4-26.
J6 Connector
J6
VCC_3V3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
[4] EXP_VBAT
R216
[4,10,12,14] NRST_3V3
100R 1%
[4] EXP_5V
Socket 1X8
Table 4-5.
J6 Connector Signals
Pin
Number
28
Signal
On-board Alternate
1
EXP_VBAT
–
–
–
–
–
–
2
VCC_3V3
–
–
–
–
–
–
3
NRST_3V3
–
–
–
–
–
–
4
VCC_3V3
–
–
–
–
–
–
5
EXP_5V
–
–
–
–
–
–
6
GND
–
–
–
–
–
–
7
GND
–
–
–
–
–
–
8
NC
–
–
–
–
–
–
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Figure 4-27.
J7 Connector
J7
[7]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[9]
[9]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EXP_PB28
EXP/XPRO_PC27
EXP/XPRO_PC28
EXP/XPRO_PC29
EXP/XPRO_PC30
EXP_PC31
EXP_PE24
EXP_PE5
Socket 1X8
Table 4-6.
J7 Connector Signals
Pin
Number
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
On-board Alternate
1
PB28
SPI2_NPCS3
TD0
PWMH1
–
–
–
–
2
PC27
AD0
SPI0_NPCS1
PWML0
–
–
–
–
3
PC28
AD1
SPI0_NPCS2
PWML1
–
–
–
–
4
PC29
AD2
SPI0_NPCS3
PWMFI0
–
–
–
–
5
PC30
AD3
–
PWMH0
–
–
–
–
6
PC31
AD4
–
PWMH1
–
–
–
–
7
PE24
NCS0
RTS3
–
–
–
–
–
8
PE5
A5
CTS3
–
–
–
–
–
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Figure 4-28.
J8 Connector
J8
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
[8]
[8]
[7]
[7]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EXP/XPRO_PB30
EXP/XPRO_PB29
EXP/XPRO_PB26
EXP_PB10
EXP/XPRO_PC0
EXP/XPRO_PC1
EXP/XPRO_PB14
EXP/XPRO_PB15
Socket 1X8
Table 4-7.
J8 Connector Signals
Pin
Number
30
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
On-board Alternate
1
PB30
TWCK2
RF0
–
–
2
PB29
TWD2
RD0
PWML1
–
3
PB26
PCK0
RK0
PWMH0
–
4
PB10
G0_RX2
PCK2
PWML1
–
5
PC0
SPI0_MISO
PWMH2
ISI_D8
No DAC available
6
PC1
SPI0_MOSI
PWML2
ISI_D9
No DAC available
7
PB14
G0_TX2
SPI2_NPCS1
PWMH0
No CAN available
8
PB15
G0_TX3
SPI2_NPCS2
PWML0
No CAN available
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Figure 4-29.
J14 Connector
[7] EXP/XPRO_PB18
[14] EDBG_SPI_MISO
[7] EXP/XPRO_PB20
[14] EDBG_SPI_SCK
R236
R238
R229
R225
NRST_3V3
Table 4-8.
100R 1%
R219
DNP(0R) R242
SPI1_MISO 0R
DNP(330R)
SPI1_SPCK 0R
DNP(330R)
DNP(0R) R240
VCC_3V3 EXP_5V
J14
2
4
6
1
3
5
R232
R233
0R SPI1_MOSI
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [7]
EDBG_SPI_MOSI [14]
Header 2X3
J14 Connector Signals
Pin
Number
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
EDBG
Alternate
On-board Alternate
1
PB18
SPI1_MISO
D8
–
–
–
–
–
DGI_SPI
2
5V
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3
PB20
SPI1_SPCK
D10
–
–
–
–
–
DGI_SPI
4
PB19
SPI1_MOSI
D9
–
–
–
–
–
DGI_SPI
5
nRST
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6
GND
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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Figure 4-30.
J15 Connector
EXP_5V
[9]
[8]
[7]
[9]
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PD8
EXP_PC4
EXP_PB31
EXP_PD14
R323
R324
0R
DNP(0R)
[9] EXP_PE12
[9] EXP_PD18
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
R325
R327
[8] EXP_PC20
[8] EXP_PC22
[8] EXP_PC24
[8] EXP/XPRO_PC26
0R
DNP(0R)
R338
R342
[9] EXP_PD30
[9] EXP_PD22
0R
DNP(0R)
R354
R345
[7] EXP_PB3
[7] EXP_PB4
[9] EXP_PD24
0R
DNP(0R)
R362
R359
[9] EXP_PD28
[14] EDBG_ID_04
0R
DNP(0R)
R366
R371
[9] EXP_PD10
[14] EDBG_ID_06
0R
DNP(0R)
R377
R385
[8] EXP/XPRO_PC3
[9] EXP_PD26
0R
DNP(0R)
R389
R387
[9] EXP_PE25
[9] EXP_PD20
[9] EXP_PE28
Table 4-9.
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
Socket 2X18
R328
R326
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PE13 [9]
EXP_PD19 [9]
EXP_PC19 [8]
EXP_PC21 [8]
EXP_PC23 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PC25 [8]
R343
R339
0R
DNP(0R)
R353
R346
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PD31 [9]
EXP_PD23 [9]
R360
R363
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PB5 [7]
EXP_PD25 [9]
R370
R365
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PD11 [9]
EDBG_ID_05 [14]
R384
R376
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PD9 [9]
EDBG_ID_07 [14]
R388
R391
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PE31 [9]
EXP_PD27 [9]
EXP_PE0 [9]
EXP_PD21 [9]
EXP_PB1 [7]
EXP_PB11 [7]
J15 Connector Signals
Pin
Number
32
EXP/XPRO_PB27 [7]
EXP_PD29 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD15 [9]
J15
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
On-board Alternate
1
5V
–
–
–
5V
–
–
–
2
5V
–
–
–
5V
–
–
–
3
PD8
PCK0
–
–
PC4
SPI0_NPCS1
MCI0_CK
PCK1
4
PB27
SPI1_NPCS3
TK0
PWML0
–
–
–
–
5
PB31
–
TF0
–
–
–
–
–
6
PD29
SCK1
DIS
–
–
–
–
–
7
PD14
CTS1
CDETB
–
–
–
–
–
8
PD15
RTS1
SPI2_SPCK
–
–
–
–
–
9
PE12
A12
TIOA1
PWMH2
PD18
–
SENSE0
–
10
PE13
A13
TIOB1
PWML2
PD19
–
SENSE1
–
11
PC20
ISI_D1
TF1
–
–
–
–
–
12
PC19
ISI_D0
TK1
–
–
–
–
–
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Table 4-9.
J15 Connector Signals (Continued)
Pin
Number
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
On-board Alternate
13
PC22
ISI_D3
RF1
–
–
–
–
–
14
PC21
ISI_D2
TD1
–
–
–
–
–
15
PC24
ISI_D5
RK1
PCK1
–
–
–
–
16
PC23
ISI_D4
RD1
–
–
–
–
–
17
PC26
ISI_D7
TWCK3
UTXD1
–
–
–
–
18
PC25
ISI_D6
TWD3
URXD1
–
–
–
–
19
PE25
NCS1
SCK4
IRQ
PD20
–
SENSE2
–
20
PE0
A0/NBS0
MCI0_CDB
CTS4
PD21
–
SENSE3
–
21
PE28
NWAIT
RTS4
A19
–
–
–
–
22
PB1
G0_RXCK
SCK2
ISI_PCK
–
–
–
–
23
PD30
–
–
–
PD22
–
SENSE4
–
24
PD31
SPI0_NPCS2
PCK1
–
PD23
–
SENSE5
–
25
PB3
G0_TXER
CTS2
ISI_VSYNC
–
–
–
–
26
PB11
G0_RX3
RTS2
PWMH1
–
–
–
–
27
PB4
G0_CRS
RXD2
ISI_HSYNC
PD24
–
SENSE6
–
28
PB5
G0_COL
TXD2
PCK2
PD25
–
SENSE7
–
29
PD28
SCK0
–
–
–
–
–
–
30
PD11
RTS0
SPI2_MISO
–
–
–
–
–
31
PD10
CTS0
CDETA
–
–
–
–
–
32
PD9
FIQ
–
–
–
–
–
–
33
PC3
SPI0_NPCS0
PWML3
ISI_D11
PD26
–
SENSE8
–
34
PE31
ADTRG
–
–
PD27
–
SENSE9
–
35
GND
–
–
–
GND
–
–
–
36
GND
–
–
–
GND
–
–
–
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Figure 4-31.
J17 Connector
J17
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Socket 1X10
R309
R308
R307
0R
DNP(330R)
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PE30 [9]
EDBG_DGI_TWCK [14]
EXP_PB4 [7]
R312
R314
R313
0R
DNP(330R)
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PE29 [9]
EDBG_DGI_TWD [14]
EXP_PB3 [7]
AREF [7]
R316
R315
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PB20 [7]
EXP_PE6 [9]
R317
R318
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PB18 [7]
EXP_PE7 [9]
R319
R320
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [7]
EXP_PE8 [9]
R321
R322
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PB21 [7]
EDBG_SPI_NCS [14]
EXP/XPRO_PE21 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PE22 [9]
Table 4-10.
Pin
Number
34
J17 Connector Signals
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
EDBG
Alternate
On-board Alternate
10
PE30
DIBN
UTXD0
TWCK1
PB4
G0_CRS
RXD2
ISI_HSYNC
DGI_TWI
9
PE29
DIBP
URXD0
TWD1
PB3
G0_TXER
CTS2
ISI_VSYNC
DGI_TWI
8
AREF
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
7
GND
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6
PB20
SPI1_SPCK
D10
–
PE6
A6
TIOA3
5
PB18
SPI1_MISO
D8
–
PE7
A7
TIOB3
PWMFI1
–
4
PB19
SPI1_MOSI
D9
–
PE8
A8
TCLK3
PWML3
–
3
PB21
SPI1_NPCS0
D11
–
–
–
–
–
DGI_SPI
2
PE21
A23
TIOA4
MCI1_DA1
–
–
–
–
–
1
PE22
A24
TIOB4
MCI1_DA2
–
–
–
–
–
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Figure 4-32.
J18 Connector
EXP_PE23 [9]
J18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Socket 1X8
Table 4-11.
R289
R290
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PE18 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO0 [14]
R292
R291
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PE19 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO1 [14]
R294
R293
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PB22 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC1 [8]
R295
R296
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP_PE20 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO2 [14]
R297
R298
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP_PE15 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO3 [14]
R300
R299
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PC26 [8]
EXP_PB1 [7]
R301
R302
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PC25 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PC0 [8]
J18 Connector Signals
Pin
Number
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
EDBG
Alternate
On-board Alternate
1
PE23
A25
TCLK4
MCI1_DA3
–
–
–
–
–
2
PE18
A18
TIOA5
MCI1_CK
–
–
–
–
DGI_GPIO0
3
PE19
A19
TIOB5
MCI1_CDA
–
–
–
–
DGI_GPIO1
4
PB22
SPI1_NPCS1
D12
–
PC1
SPI0_MOSI
PWML2
ISI_D9
–
5
PE20
A20
TCLK5
MCI1_DA0
–
–
–
–
DGI_GPIO2
6
PE15
A15
SCK3
TIOA0
–
–
–
–
DGI_GPIO3
7
PC26
ISI_D7
TWCK3
UTXD1
PB1
G0_RXCK
SCK2
ISI_PCK
–
8
PC25
ISI_D6
TWD3
URXD1
PC0
SPI0_MISO
PWMH2
ISI_D8
–
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Figure 4-33.
J19 Connector
J19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EXP/XPRO_PE27
EXP/XPRO_PE26
EXP/XPRO_PD17
EXP_PD16 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD13
EXP_PD12 [9]
Socket 1X8
Table 4-12.
[9]
R304
R303
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_TWD0_PA30 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC3 [8]
R305
R306
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_TWCK0_PA31 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC2 [8]
J19 Connector Signals
Pin
Number
36
[9]
[9]
[9]
SAMA5D44 PIO Muxing Alternates
On-board Alternate
1
PE27
NWR1/NBS1
TXD4
–
–
–
–
–
2
PE26
NCS2
RXD4
A18
–
–
–
–
3
PD17
TXD1
SPI2_NPCS0
–
–
–
–
–
4
PD16
RXD1
DCENB
–
–
–
–
–
5
PD13
TXD0
SPI2_MOSI
–
–
–
–
–
6
PD12
RXD0
DCENA
–
–
–
–
–
7
PA30
TWD0
–
–
PC3
SPI0_NPCS0
PWML3
ISI_D11
8
PA31
TWCK0
–
–
PC2
SPI0_SPCK
PWMH3
ISI_D10
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Table 4-13 provides details on access to the SAMA5D44 internal peripherals through the Arduino headers.
Note:
Table 4-13.
Connector
Only one function at a time can be selected for each pin (refer to Section 4.3.15 in this document and the
PIO controller section in SAMA5D4 Series datasheet).
SAMA5D44 Peripheral Functions Available through the Arduino Headers
UART/
SAMA5D4
to Arduino
PCK
ISI
SSC
SPI
TWI
USART
ANALOG
MISC
PB18
–
–
–
–
SPI1_MISO
–
–
–
–
3v3/5v
3.3V/5V
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PB20
–
–
–
–
SPI1_SPCK
–
–
–
–
PB19
–
–
–
–
SPI1_MOSI
–
–
–
–
nRST
nRST
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
GND
GND
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PB28
–
–
–
TD0
SPI2_NPCS3
–
–
–
PWMH1
PC27
–
–
–
–
SPI0_NPCS2
–
–
AD0
PWML0
PC28
–
–
–
–
SPI0_NPCS3
–
–
AD1
PWML1
PC29
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
AD2
PWMFI0
PC30
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
AD3
PWMH0
PC31
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
AD4
PWMH1
PE24
–
–
–
–
–
RTS3
–
–
–
PE5
–
–
–
–
–
CTS3
–
–
–
PB30
–
–
–
RF0
–
TWCK2
–
–
–
PB29
–
–
–
RD0
–
TWD2
–
–
PWML1
PB26
–
PCK0
–
RK0
–
–
–
–
PWMH0
PB10
–
PCK2
–
–
–
–
–
–
PWML1
PC0
–
–
ISI_D8
–
SPI0_MISO
–
–
–
PWMH2
PC1
–
–
ISI_D9
–
SPI0_MOSI
–
–
–
PWML2
PB14
–
–
ISI_D10
–
SPI0_SPCK
–
–
–
PWMH0
PB15
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PWML0
PE30
–
–
ISI_HSYNC
–
–
TWCK1
RXD2
–
–
PE29
–
–
ISI_VSYNC
–
–
TWD1
CTS2
–
–
AREF
AREF
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
GND
GND
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PB20
–
–
–
–
SPI1_SPCK
–
–
–
TIOA3
PB18
–
–
–
–
SPI1_MISO
–
–
–
TIOB3
PB19
–
–
–
–
SPI1_MOSI
–
–
–
TCLK3
PB21
–
–
–
–
SPI1_NPCS0
–
–
–
–
PE21
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
TIOA4
PE22
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
TIOB4
J14
J7
J8
J17
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Table 4-13.
Connector
SAMA5D44 Peripheral Functions Available through the Arduino Headers (Continued)
UART/
SAMA5D4
to Arduino
PCK
ISI
SSC
SPI
TWI
USART
ANALOG
MISC
PE23
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
TCLK4
PE18
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
TIOA5
PE19
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
TIOB5
PB22
–
–
ISI_D9
–
SPI1_NPCS1
–
–
–
–
PE20
–
–
–
–
SPI2_NPCS1
–
–
–
TCLK5
PE15
–
–
–
–
SPI2_NPCS2
–
–
–
TIOA0
PC26
–
–
ISI_D8
–
–
TWCK3
UTXD1
–
PWMH2
PC25
–
–
ISI_PCK
–
–
TWD3
URXD1
–
–
PE27
–
–
–
–
–
–
TXD4
–
–
PE26
–
–
–
–
–
–
RXD4
–
–
PD17
–
–
–
–
SPI2_NPCS0
–
TXD1
–
–
PD16
–
–
–
–
–
–
RXD1
–
–
PD13
–
–
–
–
SPI2_MOSI
–
TXD0
–
–
PD12
–
–
–
–
–
–
RXD0
–
–
PA30
–
–
ISI_D11
–
SPI0_NPCS0
TWD0
–
–
PWML3
PA31
–
–
ISI_D10
–
SPI0_SPCK
TWCK0
–
–
PWMH3
J18
J19
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Table 4-13.
Connector
J15
SAMA5D44 Peripheral Functions Available through the Arduino Headers (Continued)
UART/
SAMA5D4
to Arduino
PCK
ISI
SSC
SPI
TWI
USART
ANALOG
MISC
5V
5V
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5V
5V
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PD8
–
PCK0/PC
K1
–
TK0
–
–
TXD2
–
–
PB27
–
–
–
TF0
SPI1_NPCS3
–
–
–
PWML0
PB31
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PD29
–
–
–
–
–
–
SCK1
–
–
PD14
–
–
–
–
–
TWD0
CTS1
–
–
PD15
–
–
–
–
SPI2_SPCK
TWCK0
RTS1
–
–
PE12
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PWMH2
PE13
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PWML2
PC20
–
–
ISI_D1
TF1
–
–
–
–
–
PC19
–
–
ISI_D0
TK1
–
–
–
–
–
PC22
–
–
ISI_D3
RF1
–
–
–
–
–
PC21
–
–
ISI_D2
TD1
–
–
–
–
–
PC24
–
PCK1
ISI_D5
RK1
–
–
–
–
–
PC23
–
–
ISI_D4
RD1
–
–
–
–
–
PC26
–
–
ISI_D7
–
–
TWCK3
UTXD1
–
–
PC25
–
–
ISI_D6
–
–
TWD3
URXD1
–
–
PE25
–
–
–
–
SPI0_MOSI
–
SCK4
–
–
PE0
–
–
–
–
SPI0_MISO
–
CTS4
–
–
PE28
–
–
–
–
SPI0_NPCS0
–
RTS4
–
–
PB1
–
–
–
–
SPI0_SPCK
–
SCK2
–
–
PD30
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PD31
–
PCK1
–
–
SPI0_NPCS2
–
–
–
–
PB3
–
–
–
–
–
–
CTS2
–
–
PB11
–
–
–
–
–
–
RTS2
–
PWMH1
PB4
–
–
–
–
–
–
RXD2
–
–
PB5
–
PCK2
–
–
–
–
TXD2
–
–
PD28
–
–
–
–
–
–
SCK0
–
–
PD11
–
–
–
–
–
–
RTS0
–
–
PD10
–
–
–
–
–
–
CTS0
–
–
PD9
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
PC3
–
–
ISI_D11
SPI0_NPCS0
–
–
–
PWML3
PE31
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
GND
GND
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
GND
GND
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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4.2.15.4 XPRO
The SAMA5D4-XULT board embeds three connectors to interface Xplained PRO wings.
Figure 4-34.
XPRO Connectors
XPRO Power
J21
EXP_5V
VCC_5V
1
3
2
4
VCC_3V3
DNP(Header 2X2)
XPRO EXT1
J22
[14]
[8]
[9]
[8]
[7]
[7]
[8]
[7]
[7]
EDBG_ID_02
EXP/XPRO_PC27
EXP/XPRO_PE21
EXP/XPRO_PC2
EXP/XPRO_PB26
EXP/XPRO_PB29
EXP/XPRO_PC25
EXP/XPRO_PB21
EXP/XPRO_PB18
ID02
AD0
TIOA4
PWMH3
PCK0
TWD2
URXD1
SPI1_NPCS0
SPI1_MISO
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
AD1
TIOB4
PWML3
SPI1_NPCS3
TWCK2
UTXD1
SPI1_MOSI
SPI1_SPCK
EXP/XPRO_PC28 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PE22 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PC3 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PB27 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PB30 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC26 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PB20 [7]
VCC_3V3
DNP(Header 2X10)
XPRO EXT2
J23
[14]
[8]
[9]
[8]
[7]
[9]
[9]
[9]
[9]
EDBG_ID_03
EXP/XPRO_PC29
EXP/XPRO_PE18
EXP/XPRO_PC0
EXP/XPRO_PB14
EXP/XPRO_PE29
EXP/XPRO_PE26
EXP/XPRO_PD17
EXP/XPRO_PD11
ID03
AD2
TIOA5
PWMH2
SPI2_NPCS1
TWD1
RXD4
SPI2_NPCS0
SPI2_MISO
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
AD3
TIOB5
PWML2
SPI2_NPCS2
TWCK1
TXD4
SPI2_MOSI
SPI2_SPCK
EXP/XPRO_PC30 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PE19 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PC1 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PB15 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PE30 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PE27 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD13 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD15 [9]
VCC_3V3
DNP(Header 2X10)
XPRO Connectors
The standard extension headers include common signals. These are male 20-pin/100-mil/right-angled headers
(extension boards feature a female 20-pin straight header).
Figure 4-35.
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PIO Usage and Interface Connectors
4.3.1
Power Supply
4.3.2
Figure 4-36.
Power Supply Connector J4
Table 4-14.
Power Supply Connector J4 Signal Description
Pin
Mnemonic
Signal Description
1
Center pin
+5V
2
Spring blade
GND
3
Fixing pin
Floating
JTAG/ICE Connector
Figure 4-37.
JTAG J13
Table 4-15.
Pin
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16 18
20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15 17
19
JTAG/ICE Connector J13 Signal Descriptions
Mnemonic
Signal Description
1
VTref. 3.3V power
This is the target reference voltage (main 3.3V).
2
Vsupply. 3.3V power
This pin is not connected in SAM-ICE and reserved for compatibility with
other equipment. Connected to main 3.3V.
3
nTRST TARGET RESET - Activelow output signal that resets the
target
JTAG Reset. Output from SAM-ICE to control the Reset signal on the
target system.
4
GND
Common ground.
5
TDI TEST DATA INPUT - Serial
data output line, sampled on the
rising edge of the TCK signal.
JTAG data input into target CPU.
6
GND
Common ground.
7
TMS TEST MODE SELECT
JTAG mode set input into target CPU.
8
GND
Common ground.
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Table 4-15.
Pin
4.3.3
JTAG/ICE Connector J13 Signal Descriptions (Continued)
Mnemonic
Signal Description
9
TCK TEST CLOCK - Output timing
signal, for synchronizing test logic
and control register access.
JTAG clock signal into target CPU.
10
GND
Common ground.
11
RTCK - Input Return test clock
signal from the target.
Some targets having too slow system clock must synchronize the JTAG
inputs to internal clocks. In present case such synchronization is
unneeded and TCK merely looped back into RTCK.
12
GND
Common ground.
13
TDO JTAG TEST DATA OUTPUT Serial data input from the target.
JTAG data output from target CPU.
14
GND
Common ground.
15
nSRST RESET
Active-low reset signal. Target CPU reset signal.
16
GND
Common ground.
17
RFU
This pin is not connected in SAM-ICE.
18
GND
Common ground.
19
RFU
This pin is not connected in SAM-ICE.
20
GND
Common ground.
EDBG USB Type Micro-AB
Figure 4-38.
EDBG USB Type Micro-AB Connector J20
1 2 3 4 5
Table 4-16.
Pin
42
EDBG USB Type Micro-AB Connector J20 Signal Descriptions
Mnemonic
Signal Description
1
Vbus
5V power
2
DM
Data minus
3
DP
Data plus
4
ID
On-the-go identification
5
GND
Common ground
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USB Type A Dual Port
Figure 4-39.
USB Type A Dual Port J16
Table 4-17.
USB Type A Dual Port J16 Signal Descriptions
Pin
Mnemonic
Signal Description
A1
Vbus - USB_A
5V power
A2
DM - USB_A
Data minus
A3
DP - USB_A
Data plus
A4
GND
Common ground
B1
Vbus - USB_A
5V power
B2
DM - USB_A
Data minus
B3
DP - USB_A
Data plus
B4
GND
Common ground
–
Shield
Mechanical
pins
4.3.5
USB Micro-AB
Figure 4-40.
USB Host/Device Micro-AB Connector J11
1 2 3 4 5
Table 4-18.
Pin
USB Host/Device Micro-AB Connector J11 Signal Descriptions
Mnemonic
Signal Description
1
Vbus
5V power
2
DM
Data minus
3
DP
Data plus
4
ID
On-the-go identification
5
GND
Common ground
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4.3.6
DEBUG Connector
Figure 4-41.
DEBUG Connector J1
Table 4-19.
DEBUG Connector J1 Signal Descriptions
Pin
44
Mnemonic
PIO
Signal Description
1
CTS3
PE5
Handshake input
2
TXD3 (Transmitted Data)
PE17
RS232 serial data input signal
3
RXD3 (Received Data)
PE16
RS232 serial data output signal
4
Power
–
5V/3.3V (selected by resistors)
5
RTS3
PE24
6
GND
–
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Common ground
4.3.7
SD/MMC Plus MCI0
Figure 4-42.
SD/MMC Socket J24
Table 4-20.
Pin
SD/MMC Socket J24 Signal Descriptions
Mnemonic
PIO
Signal Description
1
DAT3
PE23
Data Bit
2
CMD
PE19
Command Line
3
VSS
–
Common ground
4
VCC
–
Supply Voltage 3.3V
5
CLK
PE18
Clock / Command Line
6
CD
PE3
CARD DETECT
7
DAT0
PE20
Data Bit
8
DAT1
PE21
Data Bit
9
DAT2
PE22
Data Bit
10
–
n.c.
Data Bit
11
–
n.c.
Data Bit
12
–
n.c.
Data Bit
13
–
n.c.
Data Bit
14
WP
15
–
–
Common ground
16
–
–
Common ground
GND
Write Protection (deactivated)
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4.3.8
MicroSD MCI1
Figure 4-43.
MicroSD Socket J9
Table 4-21.
Pin
4.3.9
MicroSD Socket J9 Signal Descriptions
Mnemonic
PIO
Signal Description
1
DAT2
PC8
Data Bit 2
2
CD/DAT3
PC9
Card Detect / Data Bit 3
3
CMD
PC5
Command Line
4
VCC
–
5
CLK
PC4
6
VSS
–
7
DAT0
PC6
Data Bit 0
8
DAT1
PC7
Data Bit 1
9
CARD DETECT
PE2
CARD DETECT
10
PGND
–
Common ground
Ethernet ETH0 RJ45 Socket J12
Figure 4-44.
Ethernet RJ45 Socket J12
12345678
RJ-45
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Clock / Command Line
Common ground
4.3.10 LCD Connector J2
Figure 4-45.
LCD Connector J2
Table 4-22.
LCD Connector J2 Signal Descriptions
Pin
Signal
PIO
Signal
RGB Interface Function
Alternate
1
ID_SYS
PE15 / ID00
ID
Extension module
identification
EDBG_ID_01
2
–
GND
GND
GND
–
3
LCDDAT0
PA0
D0
Data line
–
4
LCDDAT1
PA1
D1
Data line
–
5
LCDDAT2
PA2
D2
Data line
–
6
LCDDAT3
PA3
D3
Data line
–
7
–
GND
GND
GND
–
8
LCDDAT4
PA4
D4
Data line
–
9
LCDDAT5
PA5
D5
Data line
–
10
LCDDAT6
PA6
D6
Data line
–
11
LCDDAT7
PA7
D7
Data line
–
12
–
GND
GND
GND
–
13
LCDDAT8
PA8
D8
Data line
–
14
LCDDAT9
PA9
D9
Data line
–
15
LCDDAT10
PA10
D10
Data line
–
16
LCDDAT11
PA11
D11
Data line
–
17
–
GND
GND
GND
–
18
LCDDAT12
PA12
D12
Data line
–
19
LCDDAT13
PA13
D13
Data line
–
20
LCDDAT14
PA14
D14
Data line
–
21
LCDDAT15
PA15
D15
Data line
–
22
–
GND
GND
GND
–
23
LCDDAT16
PC14
D16
Data line
–
24
LCDDAT17
PC13
D17
Data line
–
25
LCDDAT18
PC12
D18
Data line
–
26
LCDDAT19
PC11
D19
Data line
–
27
–
GND
GND
GND
–
28
LCDDAT20
PC10
D20
Data line
–
29
LCDDAT21
PC15
D21
Data line
–
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Table 4-22.
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LCD Connector J2 Signal Descriptions (Continued)
Pin
Signal
PIO
Signal
RGB Interface Function
30
LCDDAT22
PE27
D22
Data line
–
31
LCDDAT23
PE28
D23
Data line
–
32
–
GND
GND
GND
–
33
LCDPCK
PA28
PCLK
Pixel clock
–
34
LCDVSYNC
PA26
VSYNC/CS
Vertical sync
–
35
LCDHSYNC
PA27
HSYNC/WE
Horizontal sync
–
36
LCDDEN
PA29
DATA_ENABLE/RE
Data enable
–
37
SPI1_SPCK
PB20
SPI_SCK
–
AD3/YM
PC30
38
SPI1_MOSI
PB19
SPI_MOSI
–
AD2/YP
PC29
39
SPI1_MISO
PB18
SPI_MISO
–
AD1/XM
PC28
40
SPI1_NPCS2
PB23
SPI_CS
–
AD0/XP
PC27
41
LCDDISP
PA25
ENABLE
Display enable signal
–
42
TWD0
PA30
TWI_SDA
I2C data line (maXTouch)
–
43
TWCK0
PA31
TWI_SCL
I2C clock line (maXTouch)
–
44
GPIO
PE9
IRQ1
maXTouch interrupt line
–
45
GPIO
PE10
IRQ2
Interrupt line for other I2C
devices
–
46
LCDPWM
PA26
PWM
Backlight control
–
47
RESET
–
RESET
Reset for both display and
maXTouch
–
48
Main_5v/3v3
VCC
VCC
3.3V or 5v supply (0R)
–
49
Main_5v/3v3
VCC
VCC
3.3V or 5v supply (0R)
–
50
GND
GND
GND
GND
–
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4.3.11 HDMI Connector
Figure 4-46.
Table 4-23.
HDMI Type A Female Connector J5
HDMI Type A Female Connector J5 Signal Descriptions
Signal
Pin Number
Signal
TMDS Data 2+
1
2
TMDS Data 2 Shield
TMDS Data 2-
3
4
TMDS Data 1+
TMDS Data 1 Shield
5
6
TMDS Data 1-
TMDS Data 0+
7
8
TMDS Data 0 Shield
TMDS Data 0-
9
10
TMDS Clock +
TMDS Clock Shield
11
12
TMDS Clock -
CEC (n.c.)
13
14
n.c.
SCL
15
16
SDA
GND
17
18
+5V
Hot Plug Detect
19
20
DDC/CEC (GND)
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4.3.12 XPRO Power Connector
Figure 4-47.
Table 4-24.
XPRO Power Connector J21
2
4
1
3
XPRO Power Connector J21 Signal Descriptions
Signal
Pin Number
Signal
EXP_5V
1
2
GND
VCC_5V
3
4
VCC_3v3
4.3.13 XPRO Ext1 Connector
Figure 4-48.
Table 4-25.
XPRO Ext1 Connector J22
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16 18
20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15 17
19
XPRO Ext1 Connector J22 Signal Descriptions
SAMA5D44
Function
SAMA5D44
Pin
XPRO
Signal
XPRO
Signal
SAMA5D44
Pin
SAMA5D44
Function
ID02(1)
EDBG(1)
ID
1
2
GND
–
–
AD0
PC27
ADC(+)
3
4
ADC(-)
PC28
AD1
TIOA4
PE21
GPIO
5
6
GPIO
PE22
TIOBA4
PWMH3
PC2
PWM(+)
7
8
PWM(-)
PC3
PWML3
PCK0
PB26
IRQ/GPIO
9
10
SPI_SS_B/GPIO
PB27
SPI1_NPCS3
TWD2
PB29
TWI_SDA
11
12
TWI_SCL
PB30
TWCK2
URXD1
PC25
UART_RX
13
14
UART_TX
PC26
UTXD1
SPI1_NPCS0
PB21
SPI_SS_A
15
16
SPI_MOSI
PB19
SPI1_MOSI
SPI1_MISO
PB18
SPI_MISO
17
18
SPI_SCK
PB20
SPI1_SPCK
–
–
GND
19
20
VCC 3v3
–
–
Note:
50
1. Used by the EDBG interface.
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4.3.14 XPRO Ext2 Connector
Figure 4-49.
Table 4-26.
XPRO Ext2 Connector J23
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16 18
20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15 17
19
XPRO Ext2 Connector J23 Signal Descriptions
SAMA5D44
Function
SAMA5D44
Pin
XPRO
Signal
XPRO
Signal
SAMA5D44
Pin
SAMA5D44
Function
ID03(1)
EDBG(1)
ID
1
2
GND
–
–
AD2
PC29
ADC(+)
3
4
ADC(-)
PC30
AD3
TIOA5
PE18
GPIO
5
6
GPIO
PE19
TIOB5
PWMH2
PC0
PWM(+)
7
8
PWM(-)
PC1
PWML2
SPI2_NPCS1
PB14
IRQ/GPIO
9
10
SPI_SS_B/GPIO
PB15
SPI2_NPCS2
TWD1
PE29
TWI_SDA
11
12
TWI_SCL
PE30
TWCK1
RXD4
PE26
UART_RX
13
14
UART_TX
PE27
TXD4
SPI2_NPCS0
PD17
SPI_SS_A
15
16
SPI_MOSI
PD13
SPI2_MOSI
SPI2_MISO
PD11
SPI_MISO
17
18
SPI_SCK
PD15
SPI2_SPCK
–
–
GND
19
20
VCC 3v3
–
–
Note:
Pin Number
1. Used by the EDBG interface.
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4.3.15 PIO Usage
Table 4-27 provides the use of different PIO lines on the SAMA5D4-XULT, sorted by PIO lines.
Most of the signals can also be configured as either inputs or outputs from/to the processor.
Table 4-27.
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PIO A Pin Assignment and Signal Description
Primary
PeriphA
PeriphB
PeriphC
Power Rail
I/O Type
Signal
Signal
Signal
Signal
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA0
LCDDAT0
–
TMS
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA1
LCDDAT1
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PA2
LCDDAT2
G1_TXCK
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PA3
LCDDAT3
G1_RXCK
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA4
LCDDAT4
G1_TXEN
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA5
LCDDAT5
G1_TXER
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA6
LCDDAT6
G1_CRS
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA7
LCDDAT7
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA8
LCDDAT8
–
TCK
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA9
LCDDAT9
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA10
LCDDAT10
G1_RXDV
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA11
LCDDAT11
G1_RXER
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA12
LCDDAT12
G1_RX0
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA13
LCDDAT13
G1_RX1
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA14
LCDDAT14
G1_TX0
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA15
LCDDAT15
G1_TX1
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA16
LCDDAT16
–
NTRST
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA17
LCDDAT17
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA18
LCDDAT18
G1_RX2
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA19
LCDDAT19
G1_RX3
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA20
LCDDAT20
G1_TX2
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA21
LCDDAT21
G1_TX3
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA22
LCDDAT22
G1_MDC
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA23
LCDDAT23
G1_MDIO
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PA24
LCDPWM
PCK0
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA25
LCDDISP
TD0
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA26
LCDVSYNC
PWMH0
SPI1_NPCS1
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA27
LCDHSYNC
PWML0
SPI1_NPCS2
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK2
PA28
LCDPCK
PWMH1
SPI1_NPCS3
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA29
LCDDEN
PWML1
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA30
TWD0
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PA31
TWCK0
–
–
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PIO B Pin Assignment and Signal Description
Primary
PeriphA
PeriphB
PeriphC
Power Rail
I/O Type
Signal
Signal
Signal
Signal
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PB0
G0_TXCK
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PB1
G0_RXCK
SCK2
ISI_PCK
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB2
G0_TXEN
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB3
G0_TXER
CTS2
ISI_VSYNC
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB4
G0_CRS
RXD2
ISI_HSYNC
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB5
G0_COL
TXD2
PCK2
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB6
G0_RXDV
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB7
G0_RXER
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB8
G0_RX0
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB9
G0_RX1
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PB10
G0_RX2
PCK2
PWML1
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB11
G0_RX3
RTS2
PWMH1
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB12
G0_TX0
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB13
G0_TX1
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB14
G0_TX2
SPI2_NPCS1
PWMH0
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB15
G0_TX3
SPI2_NPCS2
PWML0
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB16
G0_MDC
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB17
G0_MDIO
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB18
SPI1_MISO
D8
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB19
SPI1_MOSI
D9
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PB20
SPI1_SPCK
D10
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB21
SPI1_NPCS0
D11
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB22
SPI1_NPCS1
D12
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB23
SPI1_NPCS2
D13
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB24
DRXD
D14
TDI
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB25
DTXD
D15
TDO
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PB26
PCK0
RK0
PWMH0
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB27
SPI1_NPCS3
TK0
PWML0
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB28
SPI2_NPCS3
TD0
PWMH1
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB29
TWD2
RD0
PWML1
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB30
TWCK2
RF0
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PB31
–
TF0
–
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Table 4-29.
54
PIO C Pin Assignment and Signal Description
Primary
PeriphA
PeriphB
PeriphC
Power Rail
I/O Type
Signal
Signal
Signal
Signal
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC0
SPI0_MISO
PWMH2
ISI_D8
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC1
SPI0_MOSI
PWML2
ISI_D9
VDDIOM
GPIO_CLK
PC2
SPI0_SPCK
PWMH3
ISI_D10
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC3
SPI0_NPCS0
PWML3
ISI_D11
VDDIOM
MCI_CLK
PC4
SPI0_NPCS1
MCI0_CK
PCK1
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC5
D0
MCI0_CDA
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC6
D1
MCI0_DA0
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC7
D2
MCI0_DA1
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC8
D3
MCI0_DA2
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC9
D4
MCI0_DA3
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC10
D5
MCI0_DA4
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC11
D6
MCI0_DA5
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC12
D7
MCI0_DA6
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC13
NRD/NANDOE
MCI0_DA7
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC14
NWE/NANDWE
–
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC15
NCS3
–
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC16
NANDRDY
–
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC17
A21/NANDALE
–
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC18
A22/NANDCLE
–
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC19
ISI_D0
TK1
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC20
ISI_D1
TF1
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC21
ISI_D2
TD1
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC22
ISI_D3
RF1
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC23
ISI_D4
RD1
–
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC24
ISI_D5
RK1
PCK1
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC25
ISI_D6
TWD3
URXD1
VDDIOM
GPIO
PC26
ISI_D7
TWCK3
UTXD1
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PC27
AD0
SPI0_NPCS1
PWML0
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PC28
AD1
SPI0_NPCS2
PWML1
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PC29
AD2
SPI0_NPCS3
PWMFI0
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PC30
AD3
–
PWMH0
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PC31
AD4
–
PWMH1
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PIO D Pin Assignment and Signal Description
PIOD Mode Secure
Primary
PeriphA
PeriphB
PeriphC
Power Rail
I/O Type
Signal
Signal
Signal
Signal
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PD8
PCK0
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD9
FIQ
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD10
CTS0
CDETA
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD11
RTS0
SPI2_MISO
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD12
RXD0
DCENA
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD13
TXD0
SPI2_MOSI
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD14
CTS1
CDETB
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD15
RTS1
SPI2_SPCK
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD16
RXD1
DCENB
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD17
TXD1
SPI2_NPCS0
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD18
–
SENSE0
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD19
–
SENSE1
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD20
–
SENSE2
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD21
–
SENSE3
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD22
–
SENSE4
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD23
–
SENSE5
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD24
–
SENSE6
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD25
–
SENSE7
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD26
–
SENSE8
–
VDDANA
GPIO_ANA
PD27
–
SENSE9
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PD28
SCK0
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PD29
SCK1
DIS
–
VDDIOP
GPIO
PD30
–
–
–
VDDIOP
GPIO_CLK
PD31
SPI0_NPCS2
PCK1
–
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Table 4-31.
56
PIO E Pin Assignment and Signal Description
Primary
PeriphA
PeriphB
PeriphC
Power Rail
I/O Type
Signal
Signal
Signal
Signal
VDDIOM
MCI_CLK
PE0
A0/NBS0
MCI0_CDB
CTS4
VDDIOM
EBI
PE1
A1
MCI0_DB0
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE2
A2
MCI0_DB1
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE3
A3
MCI0_DB2
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE4
A4
MCI0_DB3
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE5
A5
CTS3
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE6
A6
TIOA3
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE7
A7
TIOB3
PWMFI1
VDDIOM
EBI
PE8
A8
TCLK3
PWML3
VDDIOM
EBI
PE9
A9
TIOA2
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE10
A10
TIOB2
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE11
A11
TCLK2
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE12
A12
TIOA1
PWMH2
VDDIOM
EBI
PE13
A13
TIOB1
PWML2
VDDIOM
EBI
PE14
A14
TCLK1
PWMH3
VDDIOM
EBI
PE15
A15
SCK3
TIOA0
VDDIOM
EBI
PE16
A16
RXD3
TIOB0
VDDIOM
EBI
PE17
A17
TXD3
TCLK0
VDDIOM
EBI
PE18
A18
TIOA5
MCI1_CK
VDDIOM
EBI
PE19
A19
TIOB5
MCI1_CDA
VDDIOM
EBI
PE20
A20
TCLK5
MCI1_DA0
VDDIOM
EBI
PE21
A23
TIOA4
MCI1_DA1
VDDIOM
EBI
PE22
A24
TIOB4
MCI1_DA2
VDDIOM
EBI
PE23
A25
TCLK4
MCI1_DA3
VDDIOM
EBI
PE24
NCS0
RTS3
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE25
NCS1
SCK4
IRQ
VDDIOM
EBI
PE26
NCS2
RXD4
A18
VDDIOM
EBI
PE27
NWR1/NBS1
TXD4
–
VDDIOM
EBI
PE28
NWAIT
RTS4
A19
VDDIOP
DIB
PE29
DIBP
URXD0
TWD1
VDDIOP
DIB
PE30
DIBN
UTXD0
TWCK1
VDDIOP
GPIO
PE31
ADTRG
–
–
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SAMA5D4-XULT Board Schematics
This section contains the following schematics:

Block Diagram

PIO Muxing Table

Power Supply

SAMA5D44 - Power

SAMA5D44 - DDR2

SAMA5D44 - PIOA and PIOB

SAMA5D44 - PIOC and Flash

SAMA5D44 - SYS, PIOD and PIOE

JTAG, USB, DEBUG and LCD

HDMI

Ethernet_ETH0_10/100M

HSMCI

EDBG

Expansion and XPRO Connectors
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Figure 4-50.
58
Reset
Force PwrOn
D
Sheet 4
2
1
5V INPUT
Sheet 10
Single
PMU
Solution
D
5V INPUT
USB
DEVICE
5V & 3V3
Sheet 4
USB A,B,C
Power rails
ATMEL
SAMA5D44
CORTEX(R)-A5 PROCESSOR
B
Sheet 15
User LEDs
Push Buttons
PIO
VBAT
Sheet 14
EDBG
JTAG
Sheet 9
C
USB
DEVICE
USB
Host
x2
Sheet 6
Sheet
Sheet
Sheet
Sheet
Sheet
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
Power Part
DDR2 CTL
PIOA & PIOB
PIOC & Flash
SYS & PIOD & PIOE
EBI
4Gb
DDR2
SDRAM
PIO C
4Gb
NAND
FLASH
ANALOG Reference
JTAG
Connector
C
Sheet 10
Sheet 8
B
PIO A,...E
PIO A,...E
LCD
Connector
HDMI
Connector
Micro SD
CARD
SD
CARD
10/100
FAST ETHERNET
ETH0
SERIAL
DATA
FLASH
MAC
Serial
EEPROM
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 13
Sheet 13
Sheet 12
Sheet 8
Sheet 8
A
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
Block Diagram
5
DATE
2
15
Block diagram
Push
Buttons
3
4
Expansion & XPRO Connectors
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3
4
2
Figure 4-51.
5
1
PIOA
LCD
D
C
USAGE
PIOB
USAGE
PIOB
USAGE
PIOC
USAGE
USAGE
PIOC
LCDDAT16/NTRST
PB0
G0_TXCK
PB16
G0_MDC
PC0
SPI0_MISO/PWMH2/ISI_D8
PC16
NAND_RDY
NAND_ALE
1
PA1
LCDDAT1
PA17
LCDDAT17
PB1
SCK2/ISI_PCK
PB17
G0_MDIO
PC1
SPI0_MOSI/PWML2/ISI_D9
PC17
GND
2
PA2
LCDDAT2
PA18
LCDDAT18
PB2
G0_TXEN
PB18
SPI1_MISO
PC2
SPI0_SPCK/PWMH3/ISI_D10
PC18
NAND_CLE
LCDDAT0
3
PA3
LCDDAT3
PA19
LCDDAT19
PB3
CTS2/ISI_VSYNC
PB19
SPI1_MOSI
PC3
SPI0_NPCS0/PWML3/ISI_D11 PC19
ISI_D0/TK1
LCDDAT1
4
PA4
LCDDAT4
PA20
LCDDAT20
PB4
RXD2/ISI_HSYNC
PB20
SPI1_SPCK
PC4
MCI0_CK/PCK1
PC20
ISI_D1/TF1
LCDDAT2
5
PA5
LCDDAT5
PA21
LCDDAT21
PB5
TXD2/PCK2
PB21
SPI1_NPCS0
PC5
MCI0_CDA/NAND_D0
PC21
ISI_D2/TD1
LCDDAT3
6
PA6
LCDDAT6
PA22
LCDDAT22
PB6
G0_RXDV
PB22
SPI1_NPCS1
PC6
MCI0_DA0/NAND_D1
PC22
ISI_D3/RF1
GND
7
PA7
LCDDAT7
PA23
LCDDAT23
PB7
G0_RXER
PB23
PC7
MCI0_DA1/NAND_D2
PC23
ISI_D4/RD1
LCDDAT4
8
PA8
LCDDAT8/JTAG_TCK PA24
LCDPWM/HDMI_MCK PB8
G0_RX0
PB24
SPI1_NPCS2
JTAG_TDI
PC8
MCI0_DA2/NAND_D3
PC24
ISI_D5/RK1/PCK1
LCDDAT5
9
PA9
LCDDAT9
PA25
LCDDISP/HDMI_INT
PB9
G0_RX1
PB25
JTAG_TDO
PC9
MCI0_DA3/NAND_D4
PC25
ISI_D6/TWD3/URXD1
LCDDAT6
10
PA10
LCDDAT10
PA26
LCDVSYNC
PB10
PCK2/PWML1
PB26
PCK0/RK0/PWMH0
PC10
NAND_D5
PC26
ISI_D7/TWCK3/UTXD1
LCDDAT7
11
PA11
LCDDAT11
PA27
LCDHSYNC
PB11
RTS2/PWMH1
PB27
SPI1_NPCS3/HDMI_TK0/PWML0 PC11
NAND_D6
PC27
GND
12
PA12
LCDDAT12
PA28
LCDPCK
PB12
G0_TX0
PB28
SPI2_NPCS3/HDMI_TD0/PWMH1 PC12
NAND_D7
PC28
AD1_XM/PWML1
LCDDAT8
13
PA13
LCDDAT13
PA29
LCDDEN
PB13
G0_TX1
PB29
TWD2/RD0/PWML1
PC13
NAND_RE
PC29
AD2_YP/PWMFI0
LCDDAT9
14
PA14
LCDDAT14
PA30
TWD0
PB14
SPI2_NPCS1/PWMH0
PB30
TWCK2/RF0
PC14
NWE/NAND_WE
PC30
AD3_YM/PWMH0
LCDDAT10
15
PA15
LCDDAT15
PA31
TWCK0
PB15
SPI2_NPCS2/PWML0/HDMI_RST PB31
HDMI_TF0
PC15
NAND_NCS3
PC31
AD4/PWMH1
LCDDAT11
16
GND
17
LCDDAT12
18
USAGE
PIOE
USAGE
PIOD
USAGE
PIOE
USAGE
RXD1
PE0
USB_OVCUR/CTS4
PE16
DBGU_RXD3
LCDDAT13
19
LCDDAT14
20
PD17
TXD1/SPI2_NPCS0
PE1
G0_IRQ
PE17
DBGU_TXD3
LCDDAT15
21
PD18
SENSE0
PE2
MCI0_CD
PE18
TIOA5/MCI1_CK
GND
22
PD19
SENSE1
PE3
MCI1_CD
PE19
TIOB5/MCI1_CDA
LCDDAT16
23
PD20
SENSE2
PE4
MCI1_PWR
PE20
TCLK5/MCI1_DA0
LCDDAT17
24
PD21
SENSE3
PE5
DBGU_CTS3
PE21
TIOA4/MCI1_DA1
LCDDAT18
25
PD22
SENSE4
PE6
TIOA3
PE22
TIOB4/MCI1_DA2
LCDDAT19
26
PD23
SENSE5
PE7
TIOB3
PE23
TCLK4/MCI1_DA3
27
PD8
PCK0
PD24
SENSE6
PE8
PB_USER/TCLK3
PE24
DBGU_RTS3
28
PD9
FIQ
PD25
SENSE7
PE9
LCD_IRQ1
PE25
PMIC_IRQ/SCK4
LCDDAT21
29
PD10
CTS0
PD26
SENSE8
PE10
LCD_IRQ2
PE26
RXD4
LCDDAT22
30
PD11
RTS0/SPI2_MISO
PD27
SENSE9
PE11
USBB_EN5V
PE27
TXD4
LCDDAT23
31
PD12
RXD0
PD28
SCK0
PE12
TIOA1/PWMH2
PE28
RTS4
GND
32
PD13
TXD0/SPI2_MOSI
PD29
SCK1
PE13
TIOB1/PWML2
PE29
URXD0/TWD1
LCDPCK
33
PD14
CTS1
PD30
LED_POWER
PE14
USBC_EN5V
PE30
UTXD0/TWCK1
LCDVSYNC
34
PD15
RTS1/SPI2_SPCK
PD31
SPI0_NPCS2/PCK1
PE15
LED_USER/LCD_ID/TIOA0
PE31
USBA_VBUS
LCDHSYNC
35
LCDDEN
36
SPI1_SPCK/AD3_YM
37
SPI1_MOSI/AD2_YP
38
SPI1_MISO/AD1_XM
39
SPI1_NPCS2/AD0_XP
40
LCDDISP
41
TWD0
42
TWCK0
43
IRQ1
44
IRQ2
45
LCDPWM
46
Reset
47
VCC
48
VCC
49
GND
50
AD0_XP/PWML0
JUMPER DESCRIPTION
PART DEFAULT
FUNCTION
JP1
OPEN
Disable EDBG
JP2
SHORT
I_VCC_3V3 Measurement
JP3
SHORT
I_1V2_HDMI Measurement
JP4
SHORT
I_VDDIODDR_MPU Measurement
JP5
SHORT
I_VDDCORE Measurement
JP6
SHORT
I_VDDBU Measurement
JP7
OPEN
Disable CS SPI&Nand Flash Memory
JP8
DNP
CS SPI Flash Memory
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A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
DATE
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
PIO Muxing
5
D
C
PIOD
PD16
LCDDAT20
A
PIOA
LCDDAT0/JTAG_TMS PA16
ID_SYS
GND
B
USAGE
PA0
3
15
PIO Muxing Table
PIO Muxing & Jumper setting
59
Figure 4-52.
60
3
4
0R
3
[10] USB_VBUS_5V
R402
0R
R401
DNP(0R)
R408
DNP(0R)
3
1
R403
100K 1%
J4
3
C171
1uF
6
2
2
IN
IN_pad
OUT1
OUT2
FLAG
4
5
3
C21
100nF
C23
22uF
EN
GND
D
NCP349MNAETBG
RESET
1
2
VCC_5V
U16
C170
100nF
Q6
IRLML6402
Q7
IRLML6402
1
3
2
VCC_5V_IN
1
7
D
[15] EXP_5V
2
1
R407
100K 1%
3
1
2
1
Q8
IRLML6402
Q5
IRLML6402
R409
[14] EDBG_USB_VBUS_5V
2
VCC_3V3
R400
100K 1%
DNP(DC Jack)
5V/2A Input
R161
4.7K
[10,12,14,15] NRST_3V3
VCC_5V
DNP(0R)
1
VDDBU_3V
1
3
VCC
BAT1
BAT54C
VIN
1
C85
100nF
CE
2
VCC_2V
VOUT
3
VDDBU_2V
68K
NRST_2V [9]
R188
C109
1uF
GND
110K 1%
C
NCP4682DSQ20T1G
2
Battery Holder_3V
C82
1uF
C64
100nF
GND
C
4
2
R187
JP6
DNP(Header 1X2)
U13
D11
1
2
R333
[15] EXP_VBAT
VCC_1V8
JP4
DNP(Header 1X2)
1
2
VDDIODDR_MPU
R55
1R 1%
VDDIODDR
C19
1uF
1
[10,12,14,15] NRST_3V3
PWRHLD
[8] PMIC_TWCK3_PC26
[8] PMIC_TWD3_PC25
BP3
Tact Switch
SMD
TP13
Tact Switch
SMD
TP14
C177
47nF
23
VDDREF
20
VSEL
17
PWREN
13
nPBSTAT
12
nIRQ
nRSTO
10
PWRHLD
SCL
SDA
32
REFBP
GA
R16
49.9K 1%
2
BP2
L7
2
180ohm at 100MHz
JP5
DNP(Header 1X2)
C190
2.2uF
VDDCORE
L3
2.2uH
1
2
30
1
C27
10uF
JP3
DNP(Header 1X2)
C28
10uF
27
24
15
19
L4
2.2uH
C24
10uF
L1
C26
10uF
JP2
C25
10uF DNP(Header 1X2)
2.2uH
C1
10uF
C2
10uF
VCC_3V3
OUT4
3
OUT5
4
(3V3)
R78
0R
OUT6
7
(1V8)
R54
0R
OUT7
8
R22
0R
2
180ohm at 100MHz VDDIOM
L24
1
2
B
SAMA5D4-XULT PCB
180ohm at 100MHz VCC_EDBG
L6
1
2
FUSE_2V5
0R
L26
180ohm at 100MHz VDDUTMII
L19
1
2
C3
100nF
R410
(2V5)
PCB1
VDDIOP
1
1V2_HDMI
nPBIN
RESET
WAKE UP
5
6
SW1
OUT1
SW3
OUT3
21
22
9
INL45
INL67
SW2
OUT2
11
C194
2.2uF
180ohm at 100MHz
VDDANA
VOUT6
VOUT7
EP
[9] PMIC_IRQ_PE25
NC1
NC2
33
R19
WKUP
VP1
VP2
VP3
18
25
GP1
GP2
GP3
[9]
VDDREF
10K
10K
B
31
26
16
C14
4.7uF
VCC_2V
R18
VCC_3V3
C175
4.7uF
29
28
14
C176
4.7uF
ACT8865QI305-T
1
2
U2
1
2
VCC_5V
C12
4.7uF
C16
4.7uF
C18
4.7uF
C187
4.7uF
3
Q1
IRLML2502
A
[9]
R17
SHDN
1K
C5 DNP(100nF)
PWRHLD
C4
10nF
VDDREF
R2
49.9K 1%
1
C10
DNP(100nF)
A
Place TP13 and TP14 to Bottom.
R1
2
100K 1%
C6 100nF
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
Power Supply
5
DATE
4
15
Power Supply
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5
3
4
2
D
VDDCORE
(1V8)
C163
10uF
VCCCORE_1V2
C131
10uF
POWER TEST POINTS
VDDIODDR_MPU
C132
10uF
VCC_5V
TP9 SMD
VCC_3V3
TP3 SMD
TP12 SMD
VDDBU_2V
TP15 SMD
TP10 SMD
VCC_1V8
TP17 SMD
TP11 SMD
C162
10uF
U6D
VDDBU_2V
C117
100nF
C113
100nF
(2V)
C122
100nF
C123
100nF
C104
100nF
C101
100nF
C111
100nF
C130
100nF
C114
100nF
C102
1nF
C110
1nF
C108
1nF
TP16 SMD
FUSE_2V5
TP18 SMD
VCC_EDBG
TP8 SMD
VOUT6
TP5 SMD
VOUT7
TP4 SMD
C76
10uF
C103
100nF
C89
100nF
C77
100nF
C92
100nF
C91
100nF
C107
100nF
C100
100nF
C99
100nF
C93
100nF
C84
100nF
VDDIOM
(3V3)
C121
100nF
VDDIOP
L23
60ohm at 100MHz
1
2
VDDUTMII
C87
100nF
C119
100nF
C135
100nF
C137
100nF
C124
100nF
(3V3)
VDDUTMIC
C95
100nF
L25
60ohm at 100MHz
1
2
C128
100nF
(3V3)
C139
100nF
VCCCORE_1V2
(1V2)
C96
100nF
VDDANA
SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra [USER GUIDE]
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C98
100nF
VDDPLLA
VDDUTMIC
C78
100nF
(3V3)
FUSE_2V5
J7
K7
K8
L9
N10
J11
L11
VCCCORE_1
VCCCORE_2
VCCCORE_3
VCCCORE_4
VCCCORE_5
VCCCORE_6
VCCCORE_7
E10
E12
H12
K13
M13
C14
F14
D17
H16
K17
VDDIODDR_1
VDDIODDR_2
VDDIODDR_3
VDDIODDR_4
VDDIODDR_5
VDDIODDR_6
VDDIODDR_7
VDDIODDR_8
VDDIODDR_9
VDDIODDR_10
N7
M8
R9
P15
L5
K6
M6
H7
C115
100nF
H8
J8
L8
D9
F9
M9
B10
D10
L10
M10
K11
M11
J12
L12
V18
W18
GNDIODDR_1
GNDIODDR_2
GNDIODDR_3
GNDIODDR_4
GNDIODDR_5
GNDIODDR_6
GNDIODDR_7
GNDIODDR_8
GNDIODDR_9
GNDIODDR_10
F10
E11
G11
C13
J13
L13
G14
C17
G17
K18
VDDIOM_1
VDDIOM_2
VDDIOM_3
VDDIOM_4
GNDIOM_1
GNDIOM_2
GNDIOM_3
GNDIOM_4
M7
N8
P9
M12
VDDIOP_1
VDDIOP_2
VDDIOP_3
VDDIOP_4
GNDIOP_1
GNDIOP_2
GNDIOP_3
GNDIOP_4
G6
J6
L6
N6
VDDUTMIC
VDDUTMII_1
VDDUTMII_2
GNDUTMI
GNDPLL
(3V3)
VDDOSC
P14
VDDOSC
C9
N11
P12
R14
10uH_150mA
VDDOSC
C73
100nF
V13
W13
W17
VDDPLLA
(2V5)
W1
GNDCORE_1
GNDCORE_2
GNDCORE_3
GNDCORE_4
GNDCORE_5
GNDCORE_6
GNDCORE_7
GNDCORE_8
GNDCORE_9
GNDCORE_10
GNDCORE_11
GNDCORE_12
GNDCORE_13
GNDCORE_14
GNDCORE_15
GNDCORE_16
W10
VCC_3V3
C70
100nF
VDDCORE_1
VDDCORE_2
VDDPLLA
C88
100nF
B
R334
1R 1%
G8
N9
GNDBU
(1V2)
C118
100nF
L20
VDDBU
(1V8)
C
VCCCORE_1V2
W4
C140
100nF
(1V2)
C112
10uF
1
C
P13
L7
GNDUTMI
GNDOSC
N13
VDDANA_1
VDDANA_2
VDDANA_3
GNDANA_1
GNDANA_2
C10
N12
A copper plan
for GNDUTMI cover
all USB compoments
VDDFUSE
GNDFUSE
R15
B
B8
E8
GNDSCA
GNDSCB
C8
F8
GNDSCIOA
GNDSCIOB
GNDSCIO
G7
A11
GNDMS_1
GNDMS_2
H11
GNDSC1
F7
SAMA5D44A-CU
C90
100nF
C90 close to Pin P14 of U6.
R355
C55
4.7uF
0R
GNDUTMI
A
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
SAMA5D44- Power
5
DATE
5
15
SAMA5D44 - Power
D
Figure 4-53.
5
61
Figure 4-54.
62
3
4
2
1
C19
B19
DDR_CALN
DDR_CALP
200R 1%
DDR2_VREF
K12
DDR_DQS0
DDR_DQSN0
J19 MPU_DDR2_DQS0+
K19 MPU_DDR2_DQS0-
DDR_DQS1
DDR_DQSN1
F19 MPU_DDR2_DQS1+
G19 MPU_DDR2_DQS1-
DDR_DQS2
DDR_DQSN2
A15 MPU_DDR2_DQS2+
A16 MPU_DDR2_DQS2-
DDR_DQS3
DDR_DQSN3
A12 MPU_DDR2_DQS3+
A13 MPU_DDR2_DQS3-
DDR_VREF
DDR_DQM0
DDR_DQM1
DDR_DQM2
DDR_DQM3
L16
J16
D13
F12
R331
1R 1%
J8
K8
K2
CK
CK
CKE
0R
K9
ODT
VDDIODDR
J2
J7
J1
VREF
VSSDL
VDDL
C54
100nF
R347
DNP(100R 1%)
MPU_DDR2_A0
MPU_DDR2_A1
MPU_DDR2_A2
MPU_DDR2_A3
MPU_DDR2_A4
MPU_DDR2_A5
MPU_DDR2_A6
MPU_DDR2_A7
MPU_DDR2_A8
MPU_DDR2_A9
MPU_DDR2_A10
MPU_DDR2_A11
MPU_DDR2_A12
MPU_DDR2_A13
Address, control and data traces may not exceed 1.3 inches (33.0 mm).
Address, control and data traces must be length-matched to within 0.1 inch (2.54mm).
Address, control and data traces must match the data group trace lengths to within 0.25 inches (6.35mm).
DDR2_VREF
B
C62
4.7uF
C50
100nF
VDDIODDR
C61
2.2uF
C75
100nF
C66
100nF
C79
100nF
C120
100nF
C72
100nF
C142
100nF
C155
100nF
C80
100nF
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
MPU_DDR2_BA0
MPU_DDR2_BA1
MPU_DDR2_BA2
L2
L3
L1
BA0
BA1
BA2
MPU_DDR2_CSn
MPU_DDR2_RASn
MPU_DDR2_CASn
MPU_DDR2_WEn
L8
K7
L7
K3
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
C59
100nF
C74
100nF
C67
100nF
C81
100nF
C149
100nF
C148
100nF
C159
100nF
C145
1nF
C58
1nF
MPU_DDR2_CK+
MPU_DDR2_CKMPU_DDR2_CKEn
J8
K8
K2
CK
CK
CKE
K9
ODT
J2
J7
J1
VREF
VSSDL
VDDL
R171
0R
DDR2_VREF
VDDIODDR
C136
100nF VDDIODDR
C158
100nF
C31
2.2uF
C133
100nF
C134
100nF
C146
100nF
C52
100nF
C125
100nF
C71
100nF
C157
100nF
C69
100nF
C150
100nF
C127
100nF
C83
100nF
C56
100nF
C57
100nF
C154
100nF
C129
100nF
C151
1nF
C60
1nF
A3
E3
J3
N1
P9
C86
2.2uF
VDDIODDR
M8
M3
M7
N2
N8
N3
N7
P2
P8
P3
M2
P7
R2
R8
2.2K 1%
R330
100 ohms differential trace
impedance
Routing top or bottom
C143
2.2uF
MPU_DDR2_DQ0
MPU_DDR2_DQ1
MPU_DDR2_DQ2
MPU_DDR2_DQ3
MPU_DDR2_DQ4
MPU_DDR2_DQ5
MPU_DDR2_DQ6
MPU_DDR2_DQ7
MPU_DDR2_DQ8
MPU_DDR2_DQ9
MPU_DDR2_DQ10
MPU_DDR2_DQ11
MPU_DDR2_DQ12
MPU_DDR2_DQ13
MPU_DDR2_DQ14
MPU_DDR2_DQ15
D
LDQS
LDQS
F7
E8
MPU_DDR2_DQS0+
MPU_DDR2_DQS0-
UDQS
UDQS
B7
A8
MPU_DDR2_DQS1+
MPU_DDR2_DQS1-
UDM
LDM
B3
F3
MPU_DDR2_DM1
MPU_DDR2_DM0
NC_A2
NC_E2
RFU_R3
RFU_R7
A2
E2
R3
R7
C
MT47H128M16RT-25E:C
DDR2
MPU_DDR2_CK-
Keep nets as short as possible, therefore, DDR2 devices have to be placed close as possible of SAMA5D44
The layout EBI DDR2 should use controlled impedance traces of ZO= 50ohm characteristic impedance.
2.2K 1%
R329
G8
G2
H7
H3
H1
H9
F1
F9
C8
C2
D7
D3
D1
D9
B1
B9
MPU_DDR2_CK+
SAMA5D44A-CU
C51
100nF
C53
100nF
VDDQ1
VDDQ2
VDDQ3
VDDQ4
VDDQ5
VDDQ6
VDDQ7
VDDQ8
VDDQ9
VDDQ10
MPU_DDR2_CK+
MPU_DDR2_CKMPU_DDR2_CKEn
R341
MPU_DDR2_DM0
MPU_DDR2_DM1
MPU_DDR2_DM2
MPU_DDR2_DM3
VDDIODDR L17 10uH_150mA
C156
4.7uF
CS
RAS
CAS
WE
DDR2_VREF
C97
100nF
MCU_DDR
L8
K7
L7
K3
A3
E3
J3
N1
P9
200R 1%
R243
MPU_DDR2_CSn
MPU_DDR2_RASn
MPU_DDR2_CASn
MPU_DDR2_WEn
A1
E1
J9
M9
R1
VDDIODDR
R244
C
BA0
BA1
BA2
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4
VSSQ5
VSSQ6
VSSQ7
VSSQ8
VSSQ9
VSSQ10
DDR_BA0
DDR_BA1
DDR_BA2
L2
L3
L1
A7
B8
D2
D8
E7
F2
F8
H2
H8
B2
C15
D14
G13
MPU_DDR2_BA0
MPU_DDR2_BA1
MPU_DDR2_BA2
100 ohms differential trace
impedance
Routing top or bottom
U7
A9
C1
C3
C7
C9
E9
G1
G3
G7
G9
MPU_DDR2_BA0
MPU_DDR2_BA1
MPU_DDR2_BA2
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
U4
VDDQ1
VDDQ2
VDDQ3
VDDQ4
VDDQ5
VDDQ6
VDDQ7
VDDQ8
VDDQ9
VDDQ10
DDR_CKE
DDR_CS
DDR_RAS
DDR_CAS
DDR_WE
M8
M3
M7
N2
N8
N3
N7
P2
P8
P3
M2
P7
R2
R8
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
G8
G2
H7
H3
H1
H9
F1
F9
C8
C2
D7
D3
D1
D9
B1
B9
MPU_DDR2_DQ16
MPU_DDR2_DQ17
MPU_DDR2_DQ18
MPU_DDR2_DQ19
MPU_DDR2_DQ20
MPU_DDR2_DQ21
MPU_DDR2_DQ22
MPU_DDR2_DQ23
MPU_DDR2_DQ24
MPU_DDR2_DQ25
MPU_DDR2_DQ26
MPU_DDR2_DQ27
MPU_DDR2_DQ28
MPU_DDR2_DQ29
MPU_DDR2_DQ30
MPU_DDR2_DQ31
LDQS
LDQS
F7
E8
MPU_DDR2_DQS2+
MPU_DDR2_DQS2-
UDQS
UDQS
B7
A8
MPU_DDR2_DQS3+
MPU_DDR2_DQS3-
UDM
LDM
B3
F3
MPU_DDR2_DM3
MPU_DDR2_DM2
NC_A2
NC_E2
RFU_R3
RFU_R7
A2
E2
R3
R7
B
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ3
VSSQ4
VSSQ5
VSSQ6
VSSQ7
VSSQ8
VSSQ9
VSSQ10
D15
B16
B17
A17
E16
MPU_DDR2_A0
MPU_DDR2_A1
MPU_DDR2_A2
MPU_DDR2_A3
MPU_DDR2_A4
MPU_DDR2_A5
MPU_DDR2_A6
MPU_DDR2_A7
MPU_DDR2_A8
MPU_DDR2_A9
MPU_DDR2_A10
MPU_DDR2_A11
MPU_DDR2_A12
MPU_DDR2_A13
A7
B8
D2
D8
E7
F2
F8
H2
H8
B2
MPU_DDR2_CKEn
MPU_DDR2_CSn
MPU_DDR2_RASn
MPU_DDR2_CASn
MPU_DDR2_WEn
MPU_DDR2_DQ0
MPU_DDR2_DQ1
MPU_DDR2_DQ2
MPU_DDR2_DQ3
MPU_DDR2_DQ4
MPU_DDR2_DQ5
MPU_DDR2_DQ6
MPU_DDR2_DQ7
MPU_DDR2_DQ8
MPU_DDR2_DQ9
MPU_DDR2_DQ10
MPU_DDR2_DQ11
MPU_DDR2_DQ12
MPU_DDR2_DQ13
MPU_DDR2_DQ14
MPU_DDR2_DQ15
MPU_DDR2_DQ16
MPU_DDR2_DQ17
MPU_DDR2_DQ18
MPU_DDR2_DQ19
MPU_DDR2_DQ20
MPU_DDR2_DQ21
MPU_DDR2_DQ22
MPU_DDR2_DQ23
MPU_DDR2_DQ24
MPU_DDR2_DQ25
MPU_DDR2_DQ26
MPU_DDR2_DQ27
MPU_DDR2_DQ28
MPU_DDR2_DQ29
MPU_DDR2_DQ30
MPU_DDR2_DQ31
VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
VDD4
VDD5
DDR_CLK
DDR_CLKN
L14
K16
K15
K14
J18
J17
J15
H19
H18
J14
G18
H17
H15
H14
G16
E19
E14
E13
H13
F13
B15
A14
D12
B14
B13
G12
B12
C12
F11
C11
D11
B11
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
A18
A19
DDR_D0
DDR_D1
DDR_D2
DDR_D3
DDR_D4
DDR_D5
DDR_D6
DDR_D7
DDR_D8
DDR_D9
DDR_D10
DDR_D11
DDR_D12
DDR_D13
DDR_D14
DDR_D15
DDR_D16
DDR_D17
DDR_D18
DDR_D19
DDR_D20
DDR_D21
DDR_D22
DDR_D23
DDR_D24
DDR_D25
DDR_D26
DDR_D27
DDR_D28
DDR_D29
DDR_D30
DDR_D31
VDD1
VDD2
VDD3
VDD4
VDD5
MPU_DDR2_CK+
MPU_DDR2_CK-
DDR_A0
DDR_A1
DDR_A2
DDR_A3
DDR_A4
DDR_A5
DDR_A6
DDR_A7
DDR_A8
DDR_A9
DDR_A10
DDR_A11
DDR_A12
DDR_A13
VSS1
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
D
F15
F16
E17
G15
B18
C16
E15
F17
F18
D19
E18
D18
C18
D16
A1
E1
J9
M9
R1
U6B
MPU_DDR2_A0
MPU_DDR2_A1
MPU_DDR2_A2
MPU_DDR2_A3
MPU_DDR2_A4
MPU_DDR2_A5
MPU_DDR2_A6
MPU_DDR2_A7
MPU_DDR2_A8
MPU_DDR2_A9
MPU_DDR2_A10
MPU_DDR2_A11
MPU_DDR2_A12
MPU_DDR2_A13
A9
C1
C3
C7
C9
E9
G1
G3
G7
G9
VDDIODDR
MT47H128M16RT-25E:C
A
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
SAMA5D44- DDR2
5
DATE
6
15
SAMA5D44 - DDR2
SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra [USER GUIDE]
Atmel-44005A-ATARM-SAMA5D4-Xplained-Ultra-User Guide_07-Nov-14
5
3
4
PIOA
D
PA0/LCDDAT0/TMS
PA1/LCDDAT1
PA2/LCDDAT2/G1_TXCK
PA3/LCDDAT3/G1_RXCK
PA4/LCDDAT4/G1_TXEN
PA5/LCDDAT5/G1_TXER
PA6/LCDDAT6/G1_CRS
PA7/LCDDAT7
PA8/LCDDAT8/TCK
PA9/LCDDAT9/G1_COL
PA10/LCDDAT10/G1_RXDV
PA11/LCDDAT11/G1_RXER
PA12/LCDDAT12/G1_RX0
PA13/LCDDAT13/G1_RX1
PA14/LCDDAT14/G1_TX0
PA15/LCDDAT15/G1_TX1
PA16/LCDDAT16/NTRST
PA17/LCDDAT17
PA18/LCDDAT18/G1_RX2
PA19/LCDDAT19/G1_RX3
PA20/LCDDAT20/G1_TX2
PA21/LCDDAT21/G1_TX3
PA22/LCDDAT22/G1_MDC
PA23/LCDDAT23/G1_MDIO
PA24/LCDPWM/PCK0
PA25/LCDDISP/TD0
PA26/LCDVSYNC/PWMH0/SPI1_NPCS1
PA27/LCDHSYNC/PWML0/SPI1_NPCS2
PA28/LCDPCK/PWMH1/SPI1_NPCS3
PA29/LCDDEN/PWML1
PA30/TWD0
PA31/TWCK0
C
PA0
PA1
PA2
PA3
PA4
PA5
PA6
PA7
PA8
PA9
PA10
PA11
PA12
PA13
PA14
PA15
PA16
PA17
PA18
PA19
PA20
PA21
PA22
PA23
PA24
PA25
PA26
PA27
PA28
PA29
PA30
PA31
A7
F6
E6
C6
D6
B6
A6
E5
A5
F4
F5
D5
G5
C5
E4
B5
H6
D4
G4
C4
A3
B4
B3
A4
H5
F3
E3
H4
G3
J5
D3
J4
22R
R60
R35
PA2
22R
22R
22R
22R
PA3
R113
R82
22R
22R
PA4
R61
R36
22R
22R
PA5
R114
R83
22R
22R
PA6
R62
R37
22R
22R
PA7
R115
R84
22R
22R
R63
R38
PA8
SAMA5D44A-CU
22R
22R
R58
R112
R81
PA1
U6A
R59
R34
22R
22R
R85
22R
PA9
R116
R86
22R
22R
PA10
R64
R39
22R
22R
PA11
R65
R40
22R
22R
PA12
R117
R87
22R
22R
PA13
R66
R41
22R
22R
PA14
R118
R88
22R
22R
PA15
R67
R42
22R
22R
PA16
R120
R89
22R
22R
R119
22R
PIOB
HDMI_DAT0_PA0 [11]
LCD_DAT0_PA0 [10]
1
PA17
R68
R43
22R
22R
PA18
R121
R90
22R
22R
PA19
R69
R44
22R
22R
PA20
R70
R45
22R
22R
PA21
R122
R91
22R
22R
PA22
R71
R46
22R
22R
PA23
R123
R92
22R
22R
PA24
R374
R367
39R
DNP(39R)
PA25
R96
R127
22R
22R
22R
22R
TMS [10,14]
HDMI_DAT1_PA1 [11]
LCD_DAT1_PA1 [10]
HDMI_DAT2_PA2 [11]
LCD_DAT2_PA2 [10]
HDMI_DAT3_PA3 [11]
LCD_DAT3_PA3 [10]
HDMI_DAT4_PA4 [11]
LCD_DAT4_PA4 [10]
HDMI_DAT5_PA5 [11]
LCD_DAT5_PA5 [10]
HDMI_DAT6_PA6 [11]
LCD_DAT6_PA6 [10]
HDMI_DAT7_PA7 [11]
LCD_DAT7_PA7 [10]
HDMI_DAT8_PA8 [11]
LCD_DAT8_PA8 [10]
PA26
R72
R47
HDMI_DAT9_PA9 [11]
LCD_DAT9_PA9 [10]
PA27
R124
R93
22R
22R
HDMI_DAT10_PA10 [11]
LCD_DAT10_PA10 [10]
PA28
R373
R369
39R
39R
HDMI_DAT11_PA11 [11]
LCD_DAT11_PA11 [10]
PA29
R73
R48
22R
22R
TCK [10,14]
HDMI_DAT13_PA13 [11]
LCD_DAT13_PA13 [10]
R76
R77
1K
1K
PA30
HDMI_DAT15_PA15 [11]
LCD_DAT15_PA15 [10]
HDMI_DAT16_PA16 [11]
LCD_DAT16_PA16 [10]
HDMI_DAT18_PA18 [11]
LCD_DAT18_PA18 [10]
HDMI_DAT19_PA19 [11]
LCD_DAT19_PA19 [10]
D
HDMI_DAT20_PA20 [11]
LCD_DAT20_PA20 [10]
HDMI_DAT21_PA21 [11]
LCD_DAT21_PA21 [10]
HDMI_DAT22_PA22 [11]
LCD_DAT22_PA22 [10]
HDMI_DAT23_PA23 [11]
LCD_DAT23_PA23 [10]
LCD_PWM_PA24 [10]
HDMI_MCK_PA24 [11]
LCD_DISP_PA25 [10]
HDMI_INT_PA25 [11]
HDMI_VSYNC_PA26 [11]
LCD_VSYNC_PA26 [10]
HDMI_HSYNC_PA27 [11]
LCD_HSYNC_PA27 [10]
HDMI_PCK_PA28 [11]
LCD_PCK_PA28 [10]
HDMI_DEN_PA29 [11]
LCD_DEN_PA29 [10]
C
VCC_3V3
HDMI_DAT12_PA12 [11]
LCD_DAT12_PA12 [10]
HDMI_DAT14_PA14 [11]
LCD_DAT14_PA14 [10]
HDMI_DAT17_PA17 [11]
LCD_DAT17_PA17 [10]
PA31
TWI0
R97
R51
R128
R98
22R
22R
22R
22R
R100
R52
R129
R99
22R
22R
22R
22R
HDMI_TWD0_PA30 [11]
LCD_TWD0_PA30 [10]
EEPROM_TWD0_PA30 [8]
EXP_TWD0_PA30 [15]
HDMI_TWCK0_PA31 [11]
LCD_TWCK0_PA31 [10]
EEPROM_TWCK0_PA31 [8]
EXP_TWCK0_PA31 [15]
NTRST [10]
U6E
SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra [USER GUIDE]
Atmel-44005A-ATARM-SAMA5D4-Xplained-Ultra-User Guide_07-Nov-14
PB0/G0_TXCK
PB1/G0_RXCK/SCK2/ISI_PCK
PB2/G0_TXEN
PB3/G0_TXER/CTS2/ISI_VSYNC
PB4/G0_CRS/RXD2/ISI_HSYNC
PB5/G0_COL/TXD2/PCK2
PB6/G0_RXDV
PB7/G0_RXER
PB8/G0_RX0
PB9/G0_RX1
PB10/G0_RX2/PCK2/PWML1
PB11/G0_RX3/RTS2/PWMH1
PB12/G0_TX0
PB13/G0_TX1
PB14/G0_TX2/SPI2_NPCS1/PWMH0
PB15/G0_TX3/SPI2_NPCS2/PWML0
PB16/G0_MDC
PB17/G0_MDIO
PB18/SPI1_MISO/D8
PB19/SPI1_MOSI/D9
PB20/SPI1_SPCK/D10
PB21/SPI1_NPCS0/D11
PB22/SPI1_NPCS1/D12
PB23/SPI1_NPCS2/D13
PB24/DRXD/D14/TDI
PB25/DTXD/D15/TDO
PB26/PCK0/RK0/PWMH0
PB27/SPI1_NPCS3/TK0/PWML0
PB28/SPI2_NPCS3/TD0/PWMH1
PB29/TWD2/RD0/PWML1
PB30/TWCK2/RF0
PB31/TF0
B
C3
A2
B2
C2
J3
H2
G2
H3
F2
J2
F1
K4
D2
K3
A1
E2
B1
K5
K2
C1
D1
L3
G1
H1
E1
J1
M5
L2
K1
M3
M4
L1
R173
22R
R179
R150
R178
R180
22R
22R
22R
22R
R176
R182
22R
22R
PB15
R145
R151
22R
22R
PB18
PB19
PB20
R177
R181
22R
22R
PB26
PB27
PB28
PB29
PB30
PB31
G0_TXCK_PB0 [12]
EXP_PB1 [15]
G0_TXEN_PB2 [12]
EXP_PB3 [15]
EXP_PB4 [15]
EXP_PB5 [15]
G0_RXDV_PB6 [12]
G0_RXER_PB7 [12]
G0_RX0_PB8 [12]
G0_RX1_PB9 [12]
EXP_PB10 [15]
EXP_PB11 [15]
G0_TX0_PB12 [12]
G0_TX1_PB13 [12]
EXP/XPRO_PB14 [15]
G0_MDC_PB16 [12]
G0_MDIO_PB17 [12]
EXP/XPRO_PB21 [15]
EXP_PB22 [15]
LCD_SPI1_NPCS2_PB23 [10]
TDI [10,14]
TDO [10,14]
PB15
R149
R148
22R
22R
PB18
R157
R156
22R
22R
PB19
R175
R174
22R
22R
PB20
R146
R147
22R
22R
PB26
R158
22R
PB27
R185
R186
22R
22R
PB28
R154
R155
22R
22R
PB31
R184
R183
22R
22R
EXP/XPRO_PB15 [15]
HDMI_RST_PB15 [11]
B
EXP/XPRO_PB18 [15]
LCD_SPI1_MISO_PB18 [10]
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [15]
LCD_SPI1_MOSI_PB19 [10]
VCC_3V3
EXP/XPRO_PB20 [15]
LCD_SPI1_SPCK_PB20 [10]
R394
2.2K 1%
EXP/XPRO_PB26 [15]
EXP/XPRO_PB27 [15]
HDMI_TK0_PB27 [11]
EXP_PB28 [15]
HDMI_TD0_PB28 [11]
R395
2.2K 1%
TWI2
PB29
R160
22R
PB30
R159
22R
EXP/XPRO_PB29 [15]
EXP/XPRO_PB30 [15]
EXP_PB31 [15]
HDMI_TF0_PB31 [11]
VDDANA
A
ADCVREF
R12
C94
SAMA5D44A-CU
R335
0R
R336
DNP(0R)
A
AREF [15]
100nF
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
SAMA5D44- PIOA & PIOB
5
DATE
7
15
SAMA5D44 - PIOA & PIOB
PA0
2
Figure 4-55.
5
63
Figure 4-56.
64
3
4
2
1
3V3_NAND
U9
PIOC
R195
22R
PC0
R200
22R
R169
22R
PC1
R190
22R
R196
22R
R201
22R
AT25_SPI0_MISO_PC0
C
PC0
PC1
PC2
PC3
PC4
PC5
PC6
PC7
PC8
PC9
PC10
PC11
PC12
PC13
NAND_WEn_PC14
NAND_NCS3_PC15
NAND_RDY_PC16
NAND_ALE_PC17
NAND_CLE_PC18
V4
P8
V5
R8
W5
T8
W6
R19
N15
U8
V6
V7
W7
V8
U9
W8
V9
W9
V10
U14
V11
U15
T15
U16
T16
V17
R16
U12
T11
R13
T12
T13
PC0/SPI0_MISO/PWMH2/ISI_D8
PC1/SPI0_MOSI/PWML2/ISI_D9
PC2/SPI0_SPCK/PWMH3/ISI_D10
PC3/SPI0_NPCS0/PWML3/ISI_D11
PC4/SPI0_NPCS1/MCI0_CK/PCK1
PC5/D0/MCI0_CDA
PC6/D1/MCI0_DA0
PC7/D2/MCI0_DA1
PC8/D3/MCI0_DA2
PC9/D4/MCI0_DA3
PC10/D5/MCI0_DA4
PC11/D6/MCI0_DA5
PC12/D7/MCI0_DA6
PC13/NRD/NANDOE/MCI0_DA7
PC14/NWE/NANDWE
PC15/NCS3
PC16/NANDRDY
PC17/A21/NANDALE
PC18/A22/NANDCLE
PC19/ISI_D0/TK1
PC20/ISI_D1/TF1
PC21/ISI_D2/TD1
PC22/ISI_D3/RF1
PC23/ISI_D4/RD1
PC24/ISI_D5/RK1/PCK1
PC25/ISI_D6/TWD3/URXD1
PC26/ISI_D7/TWCK3/UTXD1
PC27/AD0/SPI0_NPCS1/PWML0
PC28/AD1/SPI0_NPCS2/PWML1
PC29/AD2/SPI0_NPCS3/PWMFI0
PC30/AD3/PWMH0
PC31/AD4/PWMH1
PC2
(PCK1)
EXP_PC19
EXP_PC20
EXP_PC21
EXP_PC22
EXP_PC23
EXP_PC24
PC25
PC26
PC27
PC28
PC29
PC30
[15]
[15]
[15]
[15]
[15]
[15]
R283
10K
NAND_CLE_PC18
NAND_ALE_PC17
NAND_REn_PC13
NAND_WEn_PC14
NAND_CEn_PC15
R285
100K 1%
EXP/XPRO_PC0 [15]
U6F
D
R286
100K 1%
AT25_SPI0_MOSI_PC1
NAND_RDY_PC16 R282
EXP/XPRO_PC1 [15]
AT25_SPI0_NCPS0_PC3
R170
22R
PC3
R191
22R
PC4
R203
R207
39R
39R
(NAND_WPn)
22R
22R
NAND_IO0_PC5
PC5
R197
R202
R209
R213
22R
22R
NAND_IO1_PC6
PC6
R250
R249
22R
22R
NAND_IO2_PC7
PC7
R278
R262
22R
22R
NAND_IO3_PC8
PC8
22R
22R
NAND_IO4_PC9
PC9
R204
R208
R288
Nand Flash
DNP(100K 1%)
EXP/XPRO_PC3 [15]
MCI0_CK_PC4 [13]
EXP_PC4 [15]
VCC_3V3
3V3_NAND
R287
0R
MCI0_CDA_PC5 [13]
MCI0_DA0_PC6 [13]
C43
100nF
C45
100nF
C41
100nF
CLE
ALE
RE
WE
CE
7
R/B
0R
AT25_SPI0_SPCK_PC2
EXP/XPRO_PC2 [15]
16
17
8
18
9
C44
100nF
19
WP
1
2
3
4
5
6
10
11
14
15
20
21
22
23
24
35
N.C1
N.C2
N.C3
N.C4
N.C5
N.C6
N.C7
N.C8
N.C9
N.C10
N.C11
N.C12
N.C13
N.C14
N.C15
N.C16
MCI0_DA1_PC7 [13]
NAND_IO0_PC5
NAND_IO1_PC6
NAND_IO2_PC7
NAND_IO3_PC8
NAND_IO4_PC9
NAND_IO5_PC10
NAND_IO6_PC11
NAND_IO7_PC12
29
30
31
32
41
42
43
44
26
27
28
33
40
45
46
I/O0
I/O1
I/O2
I/O3
I/O4
I/O5
I/O6
I/O7
N.C18
N.C19
N.C20
N.C21
N.C22
N.C23
N.C24
DNU2
DNU1
47
38
VCC_1
VCC_2
VCC_3
VCC_4
12
37
34
39
VSS_1
VSS_2
VSS_3
VSS_4
13
36
25
48
D
3V3_NAND
MT29F4G08ABAEAWP:E
MCI0_DA2_PC8 [13]
C
MCI0_DA3_PC9 [13]
PC10
R205
22R
NAND_IO5_PC10
PC11
R212
22R
NAND_IO6_PC11
VCC_3V3
SPI Flash
EXP_PC31 [15]
R211
100K 1%
U5
SAMA5D44A-CU
PC12
R210
PC13
22R
NAND_IO7_PC12
22R NAND_REn_PC13
R221
AT25_SPI0_MOSI_PC1
AT25_SPI0_MISO_PC0
AT25_SPI0_SPCK_PC2
5
2
6
SI
SO
SCK
AT25_SPI0_CS0_PC3
1
CS
VCC
8
WP
HOLD
3
7
GND
4
C34
100nF
DNP(AT25DF321A)
R279
Nand & SPI Flash CS
VCC_3V3_EEPROM
VCC_3V3
R398
0R
VCC_3V3_EEPROM
1
A0
VCC
8
2
A1
WP
7
3
A2
SCL
6
GND
SDA
C161
PC26
R277
R276
22R
22R
22R
22R
AT25_SPI0_NCPS0_PC3
R284
PMIC_TWD3_PC25 [4]
EXP/XPRO_PC25 [15]
PMIC_TWCK3_PC26 [4]
EXP/XPRO_PC26 [15]
0R
VCC 5
2
4
JP7
JPR7
Header 1X2 JUMPER
B
AT25_SPI0_CS0_PC3
SPI Flash CS
3 GND
NL17SZ126DFT2G
100nF
5
EEPROM_WP
EEPROM_TWCK0_PA31 [7]
PC27
R237
R234
DNP(0R)
22R
C42
100nF
BOOT_DIS
AD0_XP_PC27 [10]
EXP/XPRO_PC27 [15]
U8
EEPROM_TWD0_PA30 [7]
AT24MAC402-MAHM-T
0R
R255
R254
1
U15
4
R397
PC25
JP8
JPR8
DNP(Header 1X2) DNP(JUMPER)
U10
1
2
R372
10K
EEPROM_WP
DNP(10K) R399
VCC_3V3_EEPROM
EEPROM
R332
2.2K 1%
C40
100nF
10K
R256
2.2K 1%
B
TWI3
1
2
VCC_3V3
VCC_3V3
PC28
R228
R231
DNP(0R)
22R
PC29
R257
R260
DNP(0R)
22R
PC30
R239
R241
DNP(0R)
22R
AD1_XM_PC28 [10]
EXP/XPRO_PC28 [15]
NAND_NCS3_PC15
The jumper JP7 must be populated near the reset button
AD2_YP_PC29 [10]
EXP/XPRO_PC29 [15]
1
VCC 5
2
4
NAND_CEn_PC15
NAND Flash CS
3 GND
NL17SZ126DFT2G
AD3_YM_PC30 [10]
EXP/XPRO_PC30 [15]
A
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
SAMA5D44- PIOC & FLASH
5
DATE
8
15
SAMA5D44 - PIOC & FLASH
SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra [USER GUIDE]
Atmel-44005A-ATARM-SAMA5D4-Xplained-Ultra-User Guide_07-Nov-14
5
3
4
PD8/PCK0
PD9/FIQ
PD10/CTS0/CDETA
PD11/RTS0/SPI2_MISO
PD12/RXD0/DCENA
PD13/TXD0/SPI2_MOSI
PD14/CTS1/CDETB
PD15/RTS1/SPI2_SPCK
PD16/RXD1/DCENB
PD17/TXD1/SPI2_NPCS0
PD18/SENSE0
PD19/SENSE1
PD20/SENSE2
PD21/SENSE3
PD22/SENSE4
PD23/SENSE5
PD24/SENSE6
PD25/SENSE7
PD26/SENSE8
PD27/SENSE9
PD28/SCK0
PD29/SCK1
PD30
PD31/SPI0_NPCS2/PCK1
M1
M2
N2
N3
N1
P3
P2
N4
R2
R3
T9
P11
T10
P10
U11
R10
U10
R11
U13
T14
R1
P1
N5
P5
PD30
EXP_PD8 [15]
EXP_PD9 [15]
EXP_PD10 [15]
EXP/XPRO_PD11
EXP_PD12 [15]
EXP/XPRO_PD13
EXP_PD14 [15]
EXP/XPRO_PD15
EXP_PD16 [15]
EXP/XPRO_PD17
EXP_PD18 [15]
EXP_PD19 [15]
EXP_PD20 [15]
EXP_PD21 [15]
EXP_PD22 [15]
EXP_PD23 [15]
EXP_PD24 [15]
EXP_PD25 [15]
EXP_PD26 [15]
EXP_PD27 [15]
EXP_PD28 [15]
EXP_PD29 [15]
PE0/A0/NBS0/MCI0_CDB/CTS4
PE1/A1/MCI0_DB0
PE2/A2/MCI0_DB1
PE3/A3/MCI0_DB2
PE4/A4/MCI0_DB3
PE5/A5/CTS3
PE6/A6/TIOA3
PE7/A7/TIOB3/PWMFI1
PE8/A8/TCLK3/PWML3
PE9/A9/TIOA2
PE10/A10/TIOB2
PE11/A11/TCLK2
PE12/A12/TIOA1/PWMH2
PE13/A13/TIOB1/PWML2
PE14/A14/TCLK1/PWMH3
PE15/A15/SCK3/TIOA0
PE16/A16/RXD3/TIOB0
PE17/A17/TXD3/TCLK0
PE18/A18/TIOA5/MCI1_CK
PE19/A19/TIOB5/MCI1_CDA
PE20/A20/TCLK5/MCI1_DA0
PE21/A23/TIOA4/MCI1_DA1
PE22/A24/TIOB4/MCI1_DA2
PE23/A25/TCLK4/MCI1_DA3
PE24/NCS0/RTS3
PE25/NCS1/SCK4/IRQ
PE26/NCS2/RXD4/A18
PE27/NWR1/NBS1/TXD4
PE28/NWAIT/RTS4/A19
PE29/DIBP/URXD0/TWD1
PE30/DIBN/UTXD0/TWCK1
PE31/ADTRG
[15]
[15]
[15]
[15]
EXP_PD31 [15]
SAMA5D44A-CU
W19
U17
T17
P16
U18
R17
V19
U19
T19
T18
N14
R18
P17
P18
N17
N18
M15
N19
P19
N16
M14
M18
M19
L18
L19
M17
L15
M16
L17
V1
U2
L4
PE0
G0_IRQ_PE1 [12]
MCI0_CD_PE2 [13]
MCI1_CD_PE3 [13]
MCI1_PWR_PE4 [13]
PE5
PE8
PE15
DBGU_RXD3_PE16 [10,14]
DBGU_TXD3_PE17 [10,14]
PE18
PE19
PE20
PE21
PE22
PE23
PE24
PE25
EXP/XPRO_PE26
EXP/XPRO_PE27
EXP_PE28 [15]
EXP/XPRO_PE29
EXP/XPRO_PE30
PE31
SAMA5D44A-CU
EXP_PD30 [15]
LED_POWER_PD30
22R
22R
PE5
R281
R280
DNP(22R)
22R
PE8
R251
22R
PE15
R247
R248
R269
22R
22R
22R
PE18
R270
R271
39R
39R
PE19
R272
R273
22R
22R
PE20
R274
R275
22R
22R
22R
22R
TWI1
PD30
USB_OVCUR_PE0 [10]
EXP_PE0 [15]
DBGU_CTS3_PE5 [10]
EXP_PE5 [15]
LCD_ID_PE15 [10]
EXP_PE15 [15]
MCI1_CK_PE18 [13]
EXP/XPRO_PE18 [15]
MCI1_CDA_PE19 [13]
EXP/XPRO_PE19 [15]
MCI1_DA0_PE20 [13]
EXP_PE20 [15]
PE21
[15]
[15]
PE22
R266
R265
22R
22R
[15]
[15]
PE23
R264
R263
22R
22R
PE24
R245
R246
DNP(22R)
22R
PE25
R261
R258
22R
22R
PE31
R153
R152
22R
22R
R311
2.2K 1%
R310
2.2K 1%
PE8
LED_USER_PE15
R267
R268
EXP/XPRO_PE29
EXP/XPRO_PE30
D
EXP_PE8 [15]
PB_USER_PE8
LCD_PE9 [10]
LCD_PE10 [10]
USBB_EN5V_PE11 [10]
EXP_PE12 [15]
EXP_PE13 [15]
USBC_EN5V_PE14 [10]
VCC_3V3
22R
R252
R253
EXP_PE6 [15]
EXP_PE7 [15]
C
R162
PE0
MCI1_DA1_PE21 [13]
EXP/XPRO_PE21 [15]
MCI1_DA2_PE22 [13]
EXP/XPRO_PE22 [15]
MCI1_DA3_PE23 [13]
EXP_PE23 [15]
DBGU_RTS3_PE24 [10]
EXP_PE24 [15]
C
EXP_PE25 [15]
PMIC_IRQ_PE25 [4]
USBA_VBUS_PE31 [10]
EXP_PE31 [15]
SYS
U6C
XIN
SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra [USER GUIDE]
Atmel-44005A-ATARM-SAMA5D4-Xplained-Ultra-User Guide_07-Nov-14
R223
DNP(1M)
U1
P4
XOUT
XIN
XOUT
Y3
B
1
4
2
3
C39
20pF
12MHz CL=15pF
XIN32
XOUT32
C38
20pF
XOUT32
R206
DNP(1M)
W12
V12
C33
20pF
1
3
2
SHDN
[4] WKUP
V3
WKUP
[4] NRST_2V
T1
NRST
R189
R356
5.62K 1%
C32
20pF
DNP(10K) V2
C105
10pF
Y2
GNDUTMI
R&C
as close as possible
J10
PIOBU0
PIOBU2
PIOBU4
PIOBU6
R199
R193
R167
R164
330R
330R
330R
330R
A
1
3
5
7
9
2
4
6
8
10
R198
R192
R168
R165
330R
330R
330R
330R
XIN32
XOUT32
T2
32.768KHz CL=12.5pF
4
XIN
XOUT
[4] SHDN
VDDBU_2V
XIN32
W2
W3
TSTANA_BU
TST
PIOBU1
PIOBU3
PIOBU5
PIOBU7
JTAGSEL
W11
VBG
A8
A10
NC_A8
NC_A10
E7
E9
NC_E7
NC_E9
B7
D8
NC_B7
NC_D8
C7
A9
NC_C7
NC_A9
D7
B9
NC_D7
NC_B9
HHSDPC
HHSDMC
HHSDPB
HHSDMB
HHSDPA
HHSDMA
W16
V16
W15
V15
W14
V14
PIOBU0
PIOBU1
PIOBU2
PIOBU3
PIOBU4
PIOBU5
PIOBU6
PIOBU7
PIOBU8
PIOBU9
PIOBU10
PIOBU11
PIOBU12
PIOBU13
PIOBU14
PIOBU15
U3
T3
T4
U4
P6
T5
R4
U5
R5
U6
R6
T6
R7
U7
P7
T7
top/bot
top/bot
top/bot
top/bot
top/bot
top/bot
USBC_DP
USBC_DM
USBB_DP
USBB_DM
USBA_DP
USBA_DM
PIOBU0
PIOBU1
PIOBU2
PIOBU3
PIOBU4
PIOBU5
PIOBU6
PIOBU7
LED
[10]
[10]
[10]
[10]
[10]
[10]
LED_USER_PE15
VCC_3V3
470R
D10
B
BLUE
Routing USB
PD30
Max trace-length mismatch
between USB signals pairs
should be no greater than 3.8mm
LED_POWER_PD30
1
Q3
R144
3 R136
2
IRLML2502
90 ohms differential trace
impedance
Routing top or bottom
100K 1%
470R
TP19
SMD
H10
G10
K10
J10
K9
J9
H9
G9
D8
RED
BP1
PE8
NC_H10
NC_G10
NC_K10
NC_J10
NC_K9
NC_J9
NC_H9
NC_G9
R140
Tact Switch
PB_USER_PE8
Place TP19 to Bottom
USER BUTTON
A
SAMA5D44A-CU
DNP(Header 2X5)
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
SAMA5D44- SYS & PIOD & PIOE
5
DATE
9
15
SAMA5D44 - SYS & PIOD & PIOE
U6H
U6G
PD30
1
PIOE
PIOD
D
2
Figure 4-57.
5
65
Figure 4-58.
66
3
4
2
1
VCC_5V
VCC_3V3
VCC_3V3
VCC_3V3
D
R224
R222
R227
100K 1%
100K 1%
100K 1%
R217
100K 1%
JTAG
NRST_3V3
R416
DNP(0R)
R417
0R
R53
LCD
J2
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0R
J13
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
R220
R235
0R
R259
0R
0R
NTRST [7]
TDI [7,14]
TMS [7,14]
TCK [7,14]
[8] AD0_XP_PC27
[7] LCD_SPI1_NPCS2_PB23
TDO [7,14]
NRST_3V3 [4,12,14,15]
[8] AD1_XM_PC28
[7] LCD_SPI1_MISO_PB18
[8] AD2_YP_PC29
[7] LCD_SPI1_MOSI_PB19
Header 2X10
[8] AD3_YM_PC30
[7] LCD_SPI1_SPCK_PB20
R75
R50
DNP(0R)
22R
R126
R95
DNP(0R)
22R
R49
R74
DNP(0R)
22R
R125
R94
DNP(0R)
22R
USB_VBUS_5V [4]
7
10
L12
180ohm at 100MHz
2
1
J11
MicroUSB AB Connector
[9] DBGU_CTS3_PE5
[9,14] DBGU_TXD3_PE17
[9,14] DBGU_RXD3_PE16
(CTS3)
(TXD3)
(RXD3)
[9] DBGU_RTS3_PE24
(RTS3)
R15
R12
R11
DNP(0R) R13
USBA_DM [9]
USBA_DP [9]
DNP(0R) R14
1
2
3
4
5
VCC_5V
DNP(68K)
SHD
VBUS
DM
DP
ID
GND
R10
DEBUG
6
8
9
11
VCC_3V3
USBA_VBUS_PE31 [9]
R214
200K
68K
100K 1%
C36
20pF
68K
R218
DNP(68K)
USB A
C
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
(LCDPWM)
(IRQ2)
(IRQ1)
LCD_PWM_PA24
LCD_PE10
LCD_PE9
LCD_TWCK0_PA31
LCD_TWD0_PA30
LCD_DISP_PA25
(LCDDISP)
(LCDDEN)
(LCDHSYNC)
(LCDVSYNC)
(LCDPCK)
LCD_DEN_PA29
LCD_HSYNC_PA27
LCD_VSYNC_PA26
LCD_PCK_PA28
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT23_PA23
LCD_DAT22_PA22
LCD_DAT21_PA21
LCD_DAT20_PA20
(LCDDAT23)
(LCDDAT22)
(LCDDAT21)
(LCDDAT20)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT19_PA19
LCD_DAT18_PA18
LCD_DAT17_PA17
LCD_DAT16_PA16
(LCDDAT19)
(LCDDAT18)
(LCDDAT17)
(LCDDAT16)
[7] LCD_DAT15_PA15
[7] LCD_DAT14_PA14
[7] LCD_DAT13_PA13
[7] LCD_DAT12_PA12
(LCDDAT15)
(LCDDAT14)
(LCDDAT13)
(LCDDAT12)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT11_PA11
LCD_DAT10_PA10
LCD_DAT9_PA9
LCD_DAT8_PA8
(LCDDAT11)
(LCDDAT10)
(LCDDAT9)
(LCDDAT8)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT7_PA7
LCD_DAT6_PA6
LCD_DAT5_PA5
LCD_DAT4_PA4
(LCDDAT7)
(LCDDAT6)
(LCDDAT5)
(LCDDAT4)
[7]
[7]
[7]
[7]
LCD_DAT3_PA3
LCD_DAT2_PA2
LCD_DAT1_PA1
LCD_DAT0_PA0
(LCDDAT3)
(LCDDAT2)
(LCDDAT1)
(LCDDAT0)
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Header 1X6
EARTH_USB_A
[7]
[9]
[9]
[7]
[7]
[7]
EARTH_USB_A
R33
R32
[9] LCD_ID_PE15
[14] EDBG_ID_01
DNP(0R)
330R
(ID_SYS)
D
C
52
51
50 Pin FPC Connector
B
A
B
9 10
J7_USB_B_Lower
1
2
3
4
5V_USBC
C63
100nF
USBC_DM [9]
USBC_DP [9]
1112
1
C48
100nF
U12
8
7
C68
100nF
5V_USBB
EARTH_USB_B/C
VCC_5V
C65
10uF
6
5
2
L16
C49
180ohm at 100MHz
10uF
Through Holes
ENA
1
FLGA
2
GNG
FLGB
3
USB_OVCUR_PE0 [9]
OUTB
ENB
4
USBB_EN5V_PE11 [9]
OUTA
IN
USBC_EN5V_PE14 [9]
ENA and ENB Active High
MH1
PTH
MH3
PTH
MH4
PTH
MH2
PTH
1
[9] USBB_DM
[9] USBB_DP
5
6
7
8
1
5V_USBB
5V_USBC
J16
USB Connector
J7_USB_A_Upper
L18
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
1
USB B & C
1
B
SP2526A-1EN-L
L15
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
EARTH_USB_B/C
A
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
JTAG & USB & DEBUG & LCD
5
DATE
10
15
JTAG & USB & DEBUG & LCD
SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra [USER GUIDE]
Atmel-44005A-ATARM-SAMA5D4-Xplained-Ultra-User Guide_07-Nov-14
5
3
4
2
[7] HDMI_INT_PA25
R28
3V3_HDMI
2.2K 1%
[7] HDMI_TWD0_PA30
[7] HDMI_TWCK0_PA31
R404
DNP(4.7K)
R405
4.7K
HDMI_SDA
HDMI Type A Connector
HDMI_SCL
R30
48
49
DDCSDA
DDCSCL
71
50
54
52
HPD
INT
CEC_A
CEC_D
72
1
2
SCL
SDA
CI2CA
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
D16
D17
D18
D19
D20
D21
D22
D23
TXC+
TXC-
59
58
SIL_TCK+
SIL_TCK-
TX0+
TX0-
62
61
SIL_TD0+
SIL_TD0-
TX1+
TX1-
65
64
SIL_TD1+
SIL_TD1-
TX2+
TX2-
68
67
SIL_TD2+
SIL_TD2-
EXT_SWING
56
R411
10K
SAMA5D4 Xplained Ultra [USER GUIDE]
Atmel-44005A-ATARM-SAMA5D4-Xplained-Ultra-User Guide_07-Nov-14
(PCK0) [7] HDMI_MCK_PA24
10K
B
22
CLK
35
34
33
51
VSYNC
HSYNC
DE
RESETN
AVCC_1
AVCC_2
60
66
AGND_1
AGND_2
57
63
45
44
41
40
39
37
SCLK
LRCLK
I2S0
I2S1
I2S2
I2S3
38
MCLK
36
SPDIF
IOVCC18_1
IOVCC18_2
IOVCC18_3
TVS
TVS
TVS
69 R406
3
1
2
HDMI_SCL
HDMI_SDA
15
16
SCL
SDA
HDMI_HPD
19
HPLG
HDMI_TD1HDMI_TD1+
6
4
5
DATDAT+
DAT1_S
9
7
8
DAT0DAT0+
DAT0_S
4.3K 1%
HDMI_TCK+
HDMI_TCK-
L28
60ohm at 100MHz 1V2_HDMI
1
2
10
12
11
DAT2DAT2+
DAT2_S
MTG1
20
MTG2
21
MTG3
22
MTG4
23
CEC
NC
13
14
EARTH_HDMI
18 VCC_5V_HDMI
17
C20
100nF
+5V
DDC/CEC
CLK+
CLKCLK_S
C
HDMI A Connector
C172 C179 C174 C169 C178
1nF
1nF
1nF
1nF
100nF
IO_SEL: LOW=3.3V
HIGH=1.8V
1K
C180
100nF
C182
100nF
C191
10uF
C181
10uF
3V3_HDMI
L27
3
21
46
1
2
C167
100nF
L11
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
0R
L5
60ohm at 100MHz
C166
100nF
R111
VCC_3V3
C164
10uF
SIL_TCK-
2
3
HDMI_TCK-
SIL_TCK+
1
4
HDMI_TCK+
EARTH_HDMI
DNP(WCM-2012HDMI-900T)
R130
0R
1V2_HDMI
L29
TP7
SMD
D2
HDMI_TD2HDMI_TD2+
HDMI_TD0HDMI_TD0+
C184
100nF
ePAD
VDDQ
TMODE
R27
D1
U3
SiI9022ACUN
CVCC12_1
CVCC12_2
CVCC12_3
CVCC12_4
CVCC12_5
CVCC12_6
5
12
26
42
47
53
CGND
43
1
2
R132
60ohm at 100MHz
C186
100nF
C183
100nF
C185
100nF
C173
100nF
C168
100nF
C165
100nF
C197
10uF
0R
D7
HDMI_TCK- 10
HDMI_TCK+ 9
8
L8
SIL_TD0-
2
3
HDMI_TD0-
SIL_TD0+
1
4
HDMI_TD0+
HDMI_TD0HDMI_TD0+
DNP(WCM-2012HDMI-900T)
R134
0R
R135
73
70
55
Close to SiI9022
D3
Close to Pin56
IO_SEL
[7] HDMI_PCK_PA28
R23
HDMI_HPD
0R
J5
32
31
30
29
28
27
25
24
23
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
11
10
9
8
7
6
4
[7] HDMI_VSYNC_PA26
[7] HDMI_HSYNC_PA27
[7] HDMI_DEN_PA29
[7] HDMI_RST_PB15
3V3_HDMI
[7] HDMI_TK0_PB27
[7] HDMI_TF0_PB31
[7] HDMI_TD0_PB28
R24
2.2K 1%
R26
4.7K
[7] HDMI_DAT0_PA0
[7] HDMI_DAT1_PA1
[7] HDMI_DAT2_PA2
[7] HDMI_DAT3_PA3
[7] HDMI_DAT4_PA4
[7] HDMI_DAT5_PA5
[7] HDMI_DAT6_PA6
[7] HDMI_DAT7_PA7
[7] HDMI_DAT8_PA8
[7] HDMI_DAT9_PA9
[7] HDMI_DAT10_PA10
[7] HDMI_DAT11_PA11
[7] HDMI_DAT12_PA12
[7] HDMI_DAT13_PA13
[7] HDMI_DAT14_PA14
[7] HDMI_DAT15_PA15
[7] HDMI_DAT16_PA16
[7] HDMI_DAT17_PA17
[7] HDMI_DAT18_PA18
[7] HDMI_DAT19_PA19
[7] HDMI_DAT20_PA20
[7] HDMI_DAT21_PA21
[7] HDMI_DAT22_PA22
[7] HDMI_DAT23_PA23
R133
1K
C
VCC_5V_HDMI
D
3V3_HDMI
R29
3V3_HDMI
F1
D5
1812L160/12 RB160M-60TR
1
2
R25
2.2K 1%
68K
D
1
HDMI
VCC_5V
100 ohms differential trace
impedance
Routing top or bottom
Figure 4-59.
5
7
6
1
2
3
HDMI_TCKHDMI_TCK+
4
5
HDMI_TD0HDMI_TD0+
1
2
3
HDMI_TD1HDMI_TD1+
4
5
HDMI_TD2HDMI_TD2+
B
BTR6V8UD
0R
L9
SIL_TD1-
2
3
HDMI_TD1-
SIL_TD1+
1
4
HDMI_TD1+
D9
HDMI_TD1- 10
HDMI_TD1+ 9
8
DNP(WCM-2012HDMI-900T)
R137
0R
HDMI
HDMI_TD2HDMI_TD2+
R139
0R
7
6
BTR6V8UD
L10
SIL_TD2-
2
3
HDMI_TD2-
SIL_TD2+
1
4
HDMI_TD2+
DNP(WCM-2012HDMI-900T)
R143
0R
A
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
HDMI
5
DATE
11
15
67
Figure 4-60.
68
3
4
2
1
D
D
ETH0_VDD
100 ohms differential trace
impedance
Routing top or bottom
U14
2
TX-
TX-
top/bot
6
TXM
3
RX+
RD+
3
RX+
RX+
top/bot
5
RXP
CT
5
RD-
6
RX-
RX-
top/bot
4
RXM
2
VDD_1V2
RX-
75
75
C116
2.2uF
C126
100nF
75
NC
7
5
GND_ETH0
1nF
75
7
8
8
6.49K 1%
EARTH_ETH0
Right yellow LED
1
33
22
26
27
R383 10
39R
19
TXD1
TXD0
TXEN
RXD3/PHYAD0
RXD2/PHYAD1
RXD1/PHYAD2
RXD0/DUPLEX
RXDV/CONFIG2
RXER/ISO
CRS/CONFIG1
COL/CONFIG0
25
24
23
13
14
15
16
18
20
29
28
G0_TX1_PB13 [7]
G0_TX0_PB12 [7]
G0_TXEN_PB2 [7]
MDC
MDIO
INTRP/NAND
12
11
21
G0_MDC_PB16 [7]
G0_MDIO_PB17 [7]
G0_IRQ_PE1 [9]
G0_TXCK_PB0 [7]
G0_RX1_PB9 [7]
G0_RX0_PB8 [7]
G0_RXDV_PB6 [7]
G0_RXER_PB7 [7]
C
GND
PADDLE
TXC
TXD2
TXD3
REXT
ETH0_VDDA
VDDA_3V3
3
Left Green LED
9
10
11
ETH0_VDD
12
15
16
C35
100nF
R364
RXC/B-CAST_OFF
TXP
TD-
4
EARTH_ETH0
7
TX-
C37
100nF
13
14
top/bot
10K R380
4
TX+
10K R379
CT
TX+
10K R368
1
10K R361
TD+
2
6
C
RJ45 Connector
TX+
Terminal Resistor close to output side
10K R350
J12
1
1K
10K R378
R358 R382
1K
10K R381
10Base-T/100Base-TX
10K R349
ETH0
ETH0_VDD
R230
470R
R226
470R
ACT
ETH0_LED1
LINK
ETH0_LED0
R351
R352
10K
10K
ETH0_LED0
ETH0_LED1
ETH0_XO
8
XO
ETH0_XI
9
XI
30
31
ETH0_VDD
VDDIO
17
RESET
32
LED0/NWAYEN
LED1/SPEED
NRST_3V3 [4,10,14,15]
KSZ8081RNB
B
B
ETH0_VDD
VCC_3V3
At the De-Assertion of Reset:
C152
ETH0_XI
20pF
PHY ADD[2:0]-pin15/14/13: 001 = 1
CONFIG[2:0]-pin18/29/28:001,RMII mode
Duplex Mode-pin16: 1,Half Duplex
Isolate Mode-pin20: 0,Disable
Speed Mode-pin31: 1,100Mbps
Nway Auto-Negotiation-p30: 1,Enable
C147
100nF
ETH0_VDDA
L22
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
R215
1
0R
EARTH_ETH0
Y4
GND_ETH0
C153
R375
DNP(1M)
4
C160
10uF
L21
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
2
0R
3
R393
25MHz CL=20pF
ETH0_XO
20pF
C106
10uF
C138
100nF
A
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
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MODIF.
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XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
Ethernet_ETH0_10/100M
5
DATE
12
15
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3
4
2
Figure 4-61.
5
1
HSMCI
VDD_MCI1
VCC_3V3
Q4
IRLML6402
D
3
D
2
VCC_3V3
1
R348
100K 1%
[9] MCI1_CD_PE3
[9] MCI1_DA1_PE21
[9] MCI1_DA0_PE20
[9] MCI1_CK_PE18
[9] MCI1_CDA_PE19
[9] MCI1_DA3_PE23
[9] MCI1_DA2_PE22
R386
R392
R390
R344
R340
R337
10K
68K
68K
10K
68K
68K
MCI1_PWR_PE4 [9]
R357
C141
10uF
C144
100nF
DNP(4.7K)
(MCI1_CD)
J24
(MCI1_DA1)
(MCI1_DA0)
16
15
14 0R
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
9
(MCI1_CK)
(MCI1_CDA)
(MCI1_DA3)
(MCI1_DA2)
R396
(MCI1_WP)
13
12
11
10
SD Card Connector
C
C
SD/MMCPlus CARD INTERFACE - MCI1
SD/Micro SD CARD
R163
R194
R141
68K
R142
R138
68K
10K
R172
68K
10K
(MCI0_DA0)
(MCI0_DA1)
(MCI0_DA2)
(MCI0_DA3)
MCI0_DA0_PC6
MCI0_DA1_PC7
MCI0_DA2_PC8
MCI0_DA3_PC9
DNP(68K)
[8]
[8]
[8]
[8]
R166
B
68K
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VCC_3V3
B
J9
(MCI0_CDA)
(MCI0_CK)
[8] MCI0_CDA_PC5
[8] MCI0_CK_PC4
(MCI0_CD)
[9] MCI0_CD_PE2
7
8
1
2
DAT0
DAT1
DAT2
DAT3
3
5
CMD
CLK
4
6
VDD
VSS
9
10
C29
10uF
C30
100nF
PGND_1
PGND_2
PGND_3
NC_1
NC_2
11
12
13
14
15
CD
PGND
DNP(MicroSD Card Connector)
A
A
Micro SD CARD INTERFACE - MCI0
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
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XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
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VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
HSMCI
5
DATE
13
15
69
Figure 4-62.
70
3
4
2
1
EDBG
VCC_EDBG
TARGET_JTAG_TCK
TARGET_JTAG_TDO
TARGET_JTAG_NRST
TARGET_JTAG_TMS
TARGET_JTAG_TDI
EDBG_XOUT
Y1
Force s/n
R413
0R
R4
200K
[15] EDBG_DGI_TWD
[15] EDBG_DGI_TWCK
EDBG_DGI_SCL
[10] EDBG_ID_01
TARGET_JTAG_NRST
EDBG_USB_VBUS_5V
EDBG_USB_DM
EDBG_USB_DP
EDBG_USB_HS_DM
EDBG_USB_HS_DP
R20
R21
39R
39R
6
C11
10pF
VCC_EDBG L2
180ohm at 100MHz
2
1
U11
TCK
TDI
TDO
TMS
K9
K8
J8
H7
EDBG_JTAG_TCK
EDBG_JTAG_TDI
EDBG_JTAG_TDO
EDBG_JTAG_TMS
RESET_N
J9
EDBG_RESET_N
EDBG_ID_06 [15]
EDBG_ID_07 [15]
C8
C7
1nF
2.2uF
C196
2.2uF
C192
100nF
3
Q9
Q2
1
EDBG_ID_05 [15]
2
2
R104
EDBG_ID_04 [15]
POWER_LED_CTRL
STATUS_LED_CTRL
TARGET_RESET_SENSE
C
100K 1%
R101
0R
EDBG_SPI_MISO
EDBG_SPI_MOSI
EDBG_SPI_SCK
EDBG_SPI_NCS
NRST_3V3 [4,10,12,15]
[15]
[15]
[15]
[15]
VCC_EDBG
JTAG
VCC_EDBG
3
1
VCC_EDBG
C17
100nF
R131
G4
G2
G3
J1
H1
G1
F3
F4
E3
E4
D2
D1
D3
K4
D4
F1
H2
K1
J2
H4
J3
K2
K3
J4
G5
H5
B
VCC_EDBG
J3
EDBG_JTAG_TCK 1
EDBG_JTAG_TDO 3
EDBG_JTAG_TMS 5
7
EDBG_JTAG_TDI 9
JPR1
JP1
JUMPER Header 1X2
2
4
6 EDBG_RESET_N
8
10
R8
10K
EDBG_RESET_N
EDBG_DIS
C9
100nF
DNP(Header 2X5)
VCC_EDBG
(3V3)
IO1
C22
C189
C195
C193
C188
2.2uF
2.2uF
100nF
100nF
100nF
2
GND
1
PRTR5V0U2X
PX00
PX01
PX02
PX03
PX04
PX05
PX06
PX07
PX08
PX09
PX10
PX12
PX13
PX15 / PX32
PX16 / PX53
PX19 / PX59
PX21
PX23
PX24
PX25
PX26
PX27
PX28
PX29
PX30
PX31
D6
BLUE
470R
PB00
PB01
PB02
PB03
PB04
PB06
PB07
PB08
PB09
PB10
PB11
AT32UC3A4256J-C1UR
EDBG_USB_DM
EDBG_USB_DP
J20
MicroUSB AB Connector
EARTH_USB_EDBG
L13
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
USB_VBIAS
IO2
7
10
1
2
3
4
5
DMFS
DPFS
D4
RED
EDBG
3
SHD
VBUS
DM
DP
ID
GND
B9
B8
C7
EDBG_USB_VBUS_5V [4]
4
9
6.8K 1%
C47
1nF
VCC
8
C46
1nF
USB_VBUS
DMHS
DPHS
EDBG_USB_FS_DM
EDBG_USB_FS_DP
R9
L14
180ohm at 100MHz
1
2
B
A10
A9
A8
U1
VDDIN_2
GNDPLL
EDBG_FORCE_BOOT
D10
B10
TP2 TP1
SMD SMD
VDDCORE
GNDCORE
R3
100K 1%
EDBG_ADC0
E10
F10
EDBG_DGI_SDA
C
PA00 / PA18
PA01 / PA17
PA02 / PX47
PA03
PA04
PA05
PA06 / PA13
PA07 / PA19
PA08
PA09
PA10
PA11
PA12 / PA25
PA14 / PX11
PA15 / PX45
PA16
PA20 / PX18
PA21 / PX22
PA22 / PX20
PA23 / PX46
PA24 / PX17
PA26 / PB05
PA27
PA28
PA29
PA30
PA31
VDDIN_1
EDBG_DGI_GPIO0
EDBG_DGI_GPIO1
EDBG_DGI_GPIO2
EDBG_DGI_GPIO3
G8
G10
E1
F9
E9
G9
E8
H10
F8
D8
C10
C9
G7
K7
J7
E7
H9
K10
H6
G6
J10
F7
A2
A1
B4
A4
C2
D9
VCC_5V
EDBG_CDC_UART_RX
EDBG_CDC_UART_TX
VDDANA
GNDANA
[15]
[15]
[15]
[15]
330R
330R
J6
H8
R5
R6
[9,10] DBGU_TXD3_PE17
[9,10] DBGU_RXD3_PE16
PC00 / PX14
PC01
PC02
PC03
PC04
PC05
K5
K6
A5
A6
B7
A7
EDBG_TWI
1
2
ERASE
R412
EDBG_DGI_TWD
EDBG_DGI_TWCK
VCC_EDBG
470R
TP6
SMD
R56
20pF
100K 1%
12MHz CL=15pF
D
[15] EDBG_ID_03
[15] EDBG_ID_02
C13
GNDIO_1
GNDIO_2
GNDIO_3
GNDIO_4
GNDIO_5
GNDIO_6
3
TCK [7,10]
TDO [7,10]
NRST_3V3 [4,10,12,15]
TMS [7,10]
TDI [7,10]
F5
C3
H3
E2
C8
E6
4
2
330R
330R
330R
330R
330R
TARGET_JTAG_TCK
TARGET_JTAG_TDO
TARGET_JTAG_TMS
TARGET_JTAG_TDI
1
B1
B2
B3
C4
A3
D7
D6
C6
C5
D5
C1
C15
20pF
R7
R57
R79
R80
R107
VDDIO_1
VDDIO_2
VDDIO_3
VDDIO_4
VDDIO_5
VDDIO_6
DNP(1M)
E5
B5
J5
B6
F2
F6
R31
EDBG_XIN
EDBG_XOUT
2.2K 1%
R414
1K
2.2K 1%
R415
1K
1K
1K
1K
1K
R103
R102
R106
R105
EDBG_ID_01
EDBG_ID_02
EDBG_ID_03
EDBG_ID_04
EDBG_ID_05
EDBG_ID_06
EDBG_ID_07
R110
R109
D
R108
1K
EDBG_XIN
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EARTH_USB_EDBG
A
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
SHEET
A
EDBG
5
DATE
14
15
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
[4] EXP_VBAT
[4,10,12,14] NRST_3V3
R216
100R 1%
[4] EXP_5V
Socket 1X8
Socket 1X10
0R
DNP(330R)
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PE30 [9]
EDBG_DGI_TWCK [14]
EXP_PB4 [7]
R312
R314
R313
0R
DNP(330R)
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PE29 [9]
EDBG_DGI_TWD [14]
EXP_PB3 [7]
AREF [7]
R316
R315
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PB20 [7]
EXP_PE6 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PB18 [7]
EXP_PE7 [9]
R317
R318
0R
DNP(0R)
R319
R320
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [7]
EXP_PE8 [9]
R321
R322
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PB21 [7]
EDBG_SPI_NCS [14]
EXP/XPRO_PE21 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PE22 [9]
Expansion
Boards
Connectors
[7] EXP/XPRO_PB18
[14] EDBG_SPI_MISO
[7] EXP/XPRO_PB20
[14] EDBG_SPI_SCK
VCC_3V3 EXP_5V
SPI1_MISO 0R
DNP(330R)
R236
R238
SPI1_SPCK 0R
DNP(330R)
R229
R225
NRST_3V3
100R 1%
R219
D
DNP(0R) R242
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
J6
VCC_3V3
D
R309
R308
R307
1
J14
1
3
5
2
4
6
R232
R233
0R SPI1_MOSI
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [7]
EDBG_SPI_MOSI [14]
Header 2X3
EXP_PE23 [9]
J7
C
[7]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[8]
[9]
[9]
J18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EXP_PB28
EXP/XPRO_PC27
EXP/XPRO_PC28
EXP/XPRO_PC29
EXP/XPRO_PC30
EXP_PC31
EXP_PE24
EXP_PE5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Socket 1X8
Socket 1X8
R289
R290
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PE18 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO0 [14]
R292
R291
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP/XPRO_PE19 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO1 [14]
R294
R293
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PB22 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC1 [8]
R295
R296
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP_PE20 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO2 [14]
R297
R298
0R
DNP(330R)
EXP_PE15 [9]
EDBG_DGI_GPIO3 [14]
R300
R299
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PC26 [8]
EXP_PB1 [7]
R301
R302
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PC25 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PC0 [8]
XPRO Power
C
J21
EXP_5V
VCC_5V
1
3
2
4
VCC_3V3
DNP(Header 2X2)
XPRO EXT1
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[7]
[7]
[7]
[8]
[8]
[7]
[7]
J19
J22
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
EXP/XPRO_PB30
EXP/XPRO_PB29
EXP/XPRO_PB26
EXP_PB10
EXP/XPRO_PC0
EXP/XPRO_PC1
EXP/XPRO_PB14
EXP/XPRO_PB15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Socket 1X8
Socket 1X8
EXP/XPRO_PE27
EXP/XPRO_PE26
EXP/XPRO_PD17
EXP_PD16 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD13
EXP_PD12 [9]
[9]
[9]
[9]
[9]
R304
R303
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_TWD0_PA30 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC3 [8]
R305
R306
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_TWCK0_PA31 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC2 [8]
[14]
[8]
[9]
[8]
[7]
[7]
[8]
[7]
[7]
ID02
AD0
TIOA4
PWMH3
PCK0
TWD2
URXD1
SPI1_NPCS0
SPI1_MISO
EDBG_ID_02
EXP/XPRO_PC27
EXP/XPRO_PE21
EXP/XPRO_PC2
EXP/XPRO_PB26
EXP/XPRO_PB29
EXP/XPRO_PC25
EXP/XPRO_PB21
EXP/XPRO_PB18
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
AD1
TIOB4
PWML3
SPI1_NPCS3
TWCK2
UTXD1
SPI1_MOSI
SPI1_SPCK
EXP/XPRO_PC28 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PE22 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PC3 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PB27 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PB30 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PC26 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PB19 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PB20 [7]
VCC_3V3
DNP(Header 2X10)
EXP_5V
B
[9]
[8]
[7]
[9]
EXP_PD8
EXP_PC4
EXP_PB31
EXP_PD14
[9] EXP_PE12
[9] EXP_PD18
0R
DNP(0R)
R323
R324
0R
DNP(0R)
R325
R327
[8] EXP_PC20
[8] EXP_PC22
[8] EXP_PC24
[8] EXP/XPRO_PC26
0R
DNP(0R)
R338
R342
[9] EXP_PD30
[9] EXP_PD22
0R
DNP(0R)
R354
R345
[7] EXP_PB3
[7] EXP_PB4
[9] EXP_PD24
0R
DNP(0R)
R362
R359
[9] EXP_PD28
[14] EDBG_ID_04
0R
DNP(0R)
R366
R371
[9] EXP_PD10
[14] EDBG_ID_06
0R
DNP(0R)
R377
R385
[8] EXP/XPRO_PC3
[9] EXP_PD26
0R
DNP(0R)
R389
R387
[9] EXP_PE25
[9] EXP_PD20
[9] EXP_PE28
A
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
B
EXP/XPRO_PB27 [7]
EXP_PD29 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD15 [9]
J15
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
Socket 2X18
R328
R326
0R
DNP(0R)
XPRO EXT2
J23
EXP_PE13 [9]
EXP_PD19 [9]
[14]
[8]
[9]
[8]
[7]
[9]
[9]
[9]
[9]
EXP_PC19 [8]
EXP_PC21 [8]
EXP_PC23 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PC25 [8]
R343
R339
0R
DNP(0R)
R353
R346
0R
DNP(0R)
R360
R363
0R
DNP(0R)
R370
R365
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP/XPRO_PD11 [9]
EDBG_ID_05 [14]
R384
R376
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PD9 [9]
EDBG_ID_07 [14]
R388
R391
0R
DNP(0R)
EXP_PE31 [9]
EXP_PD27 [9]
EXP_PE0 [9]
EXP_PD21 [9]
ID03
AD2
TIOA5
PWMH2
SPI2_NPCS1
TWD1
RXD4
SPI2_NPCS0
SPI2_MISO
EDBG_ID_03
EXP/XPRO_PC29
EXP/XPRO_PE18
EXP/XPRO_PC0
EXP/XPRO_PB14
EXP/XPRO_PE29
EXP/XPRO_PE26
EXP/XPRO_PD17
EXP/XPRO_PD11
EXP_PB1 [7]
EXP_PD31 [9]
EXP_PD23 [9]
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
AD3
TIOB5
PWML2
SPI2_NPCS2
TWCK1
TXD4
SPI2_MOSI
SPI2_SPCK
EXP/XPRO_PC30 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PE19 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PC1 [8]
EXP/XPRO_PB15 [7]
EXP/XPRO_PE30 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PE27 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD13 [9]
EXP/XPRO_PD15 [9]
VCC_3V3
DNP(Header 2X10)
EXP_PB11 [7]
EXP_PB5 [7]
EXP_PD25 [9]
XPRO Connectors
A
SAMA5D4-XULT
A
A
INIT EDIT
REV
MODIF.
XinJQ 11-Oct-14 XXX
XinJQ 29-Aug-14 XXX
RevA
SCALE
DES.
1/1
4
3
2
1
XX-XX-XX
XX-XX-XX
VER.
DATE
REV.
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A
Expansion & XPRO Connectors
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Expansion & XPRO Connectors
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Figure 4-63.
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