Board User's Manual "CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator"

He xa gon Applic atio n Ki t
For XMC4000 Family
CP U_ 42 A - V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Boa rd Us er‘s Ma nu al
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................ 7
1
1.1
1.2
Overview ............................................................................................................................................. 7
Key Features ........................................................................................................................................ 7
Block Diagram ...................................................................................................................................... 8
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.7.1
2.7.2
2.7.3
2.8
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
2.12.1
Hardware Description ........................................................................................................................ 9
Power Supply ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Encoder Jumper ................................................................................................................................. 11
CAN .................................................................................................................................................... 12
Reset .................................................................................................................................................. 13
Clock Generation................................................................................................................................ 14
Boot Option ........................................................................................................................................ 14
Debug Interface .................................................................................................................................. 15
On-board Debugger ........................................................................................................................... 16
Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin) ...................................................................................................... 17
Cortex Debug+ ETM Connector (20-pin) ........................................................................................... 18
USB .................................................................................................................................................... 20
RTC .................................................................................................................................................... 21
User LEDs and User Button ............................................................................................................... 22
Potentiometer ..................................................................................................................................... 22
Satellite Connector ............................................................................................................................. 23
ACT Satellite Connector ..................................................................................................................... 24
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
Production Data................................................................................................................................ 24
Schematics ......................................................................................................................................... 24
Component Placement ....................................................................................................................... 29
Bill of Material (BOM) ......................................................................................................................... 30
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List of Figures
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Block Diagram of the CPU Board CPU_42A-V1 .................................................................................. 8
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator(CPU_42A-V1) ................................................................................... 9
Powering Options ............................................................................................................................... 10
Block Diagram Of Power Supply ........................................................................................................ 10
Encoder Jumper ................................................................................................................................. 11
CAN Interface ..................................................................................................................................... 12
Reset .................................................................................................................................................. 13
Reset LED and Reset Button ............................................................................................................. 13
Clock Generation................................................................................................................................ 14
Boot Options Switch ........................................................................................................................... 14
Installation of Serial Port Driver .......................................................................................................... 16
On-board Debugger ........................................................................................................................... 16
Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin) ...................................................................................................... 17
Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin) Layout .......................................................................................... 17
Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin) ............................................................................................ 18
Cortex Debug+ ETM Connector (20-pin) Layout ............................................................................... 19
USB Connector .................................................................................................................................. 20
Battery Holder for Coin Cells .............................................................................................................. 21
XMC4200 Power Domains and Real Time Clock .............................................................................. 21
User LED and User Button ................................................................................................................. 22
Satellite Connector ............................................................................................................................. 23
Satellite Connector Type ACT ............................................................................................................ 24
Satellite Connector, USB, CAN .......................................................................................................... 25
XMC4200 ........................................................................................................................................... 26
Power and Debug............................................................................................................................... 27
On-board Debugger ........................................................................................................................... 28
Component Placement ....................................................................................................................... 29
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List of Tables
Table 1
Table 2
Table 3
Table 4
Table 5
Table 6
Table 7
Table 8
Table 9
Table 10
Table 11
Power status LED’s ............................................................................................................................ 10
Power Measurement .......................................................................................................................... 11
CAN Connector Pinout (X200) ........................................................................................................... 12
Boot Options Settings ........................................................................................................................ 14
Cortex Debug Connector (10 Pin) ...................................................................................................... 17
Cortex Debug+ ETM Connector (20 Pin) ........................................................................................... 18
USB micro AB connector Pinout ........................................................................................................ 20
User LEDs .......................................................................................................................................... 22
User Buttons ....................................................................................................................................... 22
Potentiometer ..................................................................................................................................... 22
BOM of CPU_42A-V1-4 Board........................................................................................................... 30
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Overview
Introduction
This document describes the features and hardware details of the CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator (CPU_42AV1) designed to work with Infineon’s XMC4200 Microcontroller. This board is part of Infineon’s Hexagon
Application Kits.
1
Overview
The CPU board CPU_42A-V1 houses the XMC4200 Microcontroller and the ACT satellite connector for
application expansion. The board along with satellite cards (e.g. AUT_ISO-V1, MOT_GPDLV-V2 boards)
demonstrates the capabilities of XMC4200. The main use case for this board is to demonstrate motor control
and power conversion features of the XMC4200 device including tool chain. The focus is safe operation under
evaluation conditions. The board is neither cost nor size optimized and does not serve as a reference design.
1.1
Key Features
The CPU_42A-V1 board is equipped with the following features
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XMC4200 (ARM Cortex™-M4-based) Microcontroller, 256 kByte on-chip Flash, QFN-48
Connection to satellite cards via the ACT satellite connector
USB Device support via micro USB connector
CAN Transceiver with CAN Connector (SUB-D, DE-9 male)
Debug options
- On-board Debugger via the Debug USB connector
- Cortex Debug connector 10-pin (0.05”)
- Cortex Debug+ETM connector 20-pin (0.05”)
Reset push button
Boot from Embedded Flash or CAN
PowerScale Connector: Ready for power consumption analysis
6 LED’s
- 3 Power indicating LEDs
- 1 User LED (P2.1)
- 1 RESET LED
- 1 Debug LED
User button connected to P14.7
Potentiometer, connected to analog input P14.4
Power supply
- Via Micro-USB connector
- Via satellite connector pins (ACT satellite cards can supply power to CPU board)
- Via Debug USB connector (Micro USB)
- RTC backup battery
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1.2
Block Diagram
Figure 1 shows the functional block diagram of the CPU_42A-V1 board. For more information about the power
supply please refer to chapter 2.1.
The CPU board has got the following building blocks:
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Satellite Connector (ACT)
CAN transceiver and CAN Connector
Variable resistor (POTI) connected to GPIO P14.4
USB Connector (Micro-USB)
On-board Debugger via Debug USB connector (Micro-USB)
2 Cortex Debug Connectors
User LED connected to GPIO P2.1
User Button connected to P14.7
Debug
USB
CAN
SWV
SWD
UART
CAN
BSL
CAN1
SWV
SWD
On-board
Debugger
XMC4200
CAN
Transceiver
Debug
20pin
Debug
Debug
10pin
10pin
USB
LED
GPIO
P2.1
JTAG
USB
CPU Board XMC4200
Actuator
Button
CPU_42A-V1
GPIO
P14.7
U0C0
XMC4200
VQFN48
EE
U0C1
CAPCOM
POSIF
ENCODER
DSD
DSMOD
DAC
OPAMP
ADC
SENSOR
ACT
U0C1
3xCS
CCU
4/8
POTI
2xISOFACE
GPIO
I2C
I2C_IOEX
Block_Diag.emf
Figure 1
Block Diagram of the CPU Board CPU_42A-V1
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Hardware Description
The following sections give a detailed description of the hardware and how it can be used.
USB
Connector
Debug USB
Connector
ACT
Satellite
Connector
CAN
Connector
On-board
Debugger
User LED and
User Button
Encoder
Jumper
CAN
Transciever
Boot
Option
Switch
Power
indicating
LEDs
Reset
Circuit
Debug
Connectors
Battery
Holder
Potentiometer
Figure 2
2.1
Board Interfaces.emf
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator(CPU_42A-V1)
Power Supply
The CPU_42A-V1 board can be powered via either of the USB plugs (5 V); however, there is a current limit that
can be drawn from the host PC through USB. If the CPU_42A-V1 board is used to drive other satellite cards e.g.
MOT_GPDLV-V2 and the total system current required exceeds 500 mA, then the CPU_42A-V1 board needs to
be powered by the satellite cards. These satellite cards support external power supply.
The typical current drawn by the CPU board without any satellite cards connected is about 170 mA (@5 V).
For powering the board through an USB interface, connect the USB cable provided with the kit to either of the
Micro-USB connector on board as shown in Figure 3.
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USB
Debug USB
IFX1763
3.3V linear
LDO Voltage
Regulator
PowerScale
Probe
Power
indicating
LEDs
Power.emf
Figure 3
Powering Options
To indicate the power status of the CPU_42A-V1 board three power indication LED’s are provided on board
(see Figure 3). The LED will be “ON” when the corresponding power rail is powered.
Power status LED’s
Table 1
LED Reference
Power Rail
Voltage
Note
V401
VDD5
5V
Must always be “ON”
V402
VDD5USB
5V
“ON” if powered by USB connector X203
“OFF” in all other supply cases
V403
VDD3.3
3.3 V
Must always be “ON”
Debug
USB
USB
Power
LED
VDD5USB +5V
Power
LED
Power
LED
VDD5 +5V
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
CPU_42A-V1
VDD3.3 +3.3V
VDD3.3
U401
U300
JP300
VDD3.3
VDDP
XMC4200
QFN48
VDD5
Lin. Voltage
Regulator
IFX1763
On Board Devices
VBAT
BATTERY
ACT Sat.
Connector
Figure 4
Power_Block.emf
Block Diagram Of Power Supply
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Hitex PowerScale probe is provided on the CPU_42A-V1 board to measure the power consumption of the
XMC4200.
Table 2
Power Measurement
Jumper
Function
Description
JP300
PowerScale
A Hitex PowerScale probe can be connected for current sensing the
VDD3.3 (CPU power source). Default: pos. 1-2 (closed)
Note: On the PCB there is a shorting trace between pin 1-2. This trace has
to be cut first, before using PowerScale. Pin 3 is GND.
2.2
Encoder Jumper
The jumper JP200 “ENENC#” on the CPU_42A-V1 board is used to enabled/disable an external unit connected
to the ACT satellite connector, e.g.an encoder line receiver on the Motor Drive Card MOT_GPLV-V2.
The signal on the encoder jumper is not connected to the XMC4200. It’s connected to pin 30 of the ACT satellite
connector only. If the jumper JP200 is shorted, a ground level is driven at pin 30 of the ACT satellite connector.
If the jumper is open the line is floating. In this case a pull-up resistor on the ACT satellite card must ensure a
high level.
Encoder
Jumper
Jumper.emf
Jumper.emf
Figure 5
Encoder Jumper
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2.3
CAN
The CPU_42A-V1 board provides a CAN interface via a Sub-D DE-9 connector (X200). Infineon’s high speed
CAN transceiver IFX1050GVIO for industrial application supports 3.3V I/O logic and is suitable for 12V and 24V
bus systems with an excellent EMC performance. The CAN bus is terminated on-board with 120 Ohm.
Figure 6
CAN Interface
Table 3 shows the signals available at the CAN connector X200.
Table 3
CAN Connector Pinout (X200)
Pin No.
Signal Name
Description
1
NC
No Connection
2
CANL
CAN Low
3
GND
Ground
4
NC
No Connection
5
NC
No Connection
6
GND
Ground
7
CANH
CAN High
8
NC
No Connection
9
VDD
5 Volt (not connected, use R201 to apply power to the connector )
The CAN signals CAN_TXD and CAN_RXD are routed to XMC4200 port pins P1.5 and P1.4 respectively via
the switches U301 and U303.These switches will disconnect the CAN transceiver from the port pins P1.5 and
P1.4 in case a UART function is required. On these pins of the XMC4200 the UART function is overlaid with the
CAN function. The UART function can be used for external communication via a USB virtual COM port, which is
supported by the on-board debugger.
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2.4
Reset
A reset signal connected to the low-active PORST# pin of XMC4200 (U300) can be issued by
 an on-board Reset Button (SW400, RESET)
 an on-board debugger (U500)
 an external debugger connected to either of the Cortex Debug connector X400 or X401
The RESET signal is routed to all satellite connectors. The reset circuit includes a red LED (V407) to indicate
the reset status: The Reset LED (V407) will be “ON” during active reset state and will be “OFF” if reset is not
active.
Be aware that PORST# is a bidirectional reset pin of the XMC4000 family which can also be pulled low by the
XMC4000 device itself.
Figure 7
Reset
Reset LED
Reset Button
RST.emf
Figure 8
Reset LED and Reset Button
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2.5
Clock Generation
An external 12 MHz crystal provides the clock signal to the XMC4200 microcontroller. The drive strength of the
oscillator is set to maximum by software, in order to ensure a safe start-up of the oscillator even under worst
case conditions. A serial 510 Ohm resistor will attenuate the oscillations during operations.
For the RTC clock a separate external 32.768 kHz crystal is used on board.
Figure 9
Clock Generation
2.6
Boot Option
During power-on-reset the XMC4200 latches the dip switch SW300 settings via the TCK and the TMS pin.
Based on the values latched different boot options are possible.
Table 4
Boot Options Settings
BSL (TMS)
CAN/UART (TCK)
Boot Option
OFF (1)
UART (0)
Normal Mode (Boot from flash)
ON (0)
UART (0)
ASC BSL Enabled (Boot from UART)
OFF (1)
CAN (1)
BMI Customized Boot Enabled
ON (0)
CAN (1)
CAN BSL Enabled (Boot from CAN)
Boot
Option
Switch
Boot_Switch.emf
Figure 10
Boot Options Switch
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2.7
Debug Interface
The CPU_42A-V1 board supports debugging via 3 different channels:

On-board debugger

Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin)
 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin)
The Hexagon Application Boards are designed to use “Serial Wire Debug” as debug interface. JTAG debug is
not supported by default because the GPIO P0.7, where the required TDI function is mapped to also, is used by
various Actuator boards connected to the ACT satellite connector.
Note: It is strongly recommended not to use JTAG debug mode, especially if satellites boards are connected,
which uses the GPIO P0.7. For the same reason also do not use the on-board debugger in JTAG debug
mode.
If you want to use the JTAG debug mode through the cortex debug connectors (X400, X401) anyway, enable
the JTAG interface of the XMC device by assembling the pull-up resistor R427 (4k7 Ohm) and the resistor R410
(0 - 33 Ohm).
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2.7.1
On-board Debugger
The on-board debugger [1] supports
[1]

Serial Wire Debug

Serial Wire Viewer [2]

Full Duplex UART communication via a USB Virtual COM
Attention: Newer firmware versions of the on-board debugger require the latest J-Link driver (V4.62 or
higher) and a Serial Port Driver (CDC driver) installed on your computer. Please check “Install J-Link Serial
Port Driver” when installing the latest J-Link driver (see Figure 11)
Figure 11
[2]
Installation of Serial Port Driver
If Serial Wire Viewer is used, the User LED cannot freely be programmed and starts flickering, because the
Serial Wire Viewer function is overlaid with the GPIO function connected to the User LED.
The on-board debugger can be accessed through the Debug USB connector shown in Figure 12. The Debug
LED V502 shows the status during debugging.
Debug USB
Debug LED
On-board
Debugger
Debug.emf
Figure 12
On-board Debugger
When using an external debugger connected to the 10pin/20pin Cortex Debug Connector, the on-board
debugger is switched off.
When using the USB virtual COM port function of the on-board debugger the on-board CAN interface is
disabled through the switches U301 and U303.
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2.7.2
Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin)
The CPU_42A-V1 board supports Serial Wire Debug operation and Serial Wire Viewer operation (via the SWO
signal when Serial Wire Debug mode is used) through the 10-pin Cortex Debug Connector.
Cortex Debug
Connector (10-pin)
VCC
1
2
SWDIO / TMS
GND
3
4
SWDCLK / TCK
GND
5
6
SWO / TDO
KEY
7
8
NC / TDI
GNDDetect
9
10 nRESET
cortex-10pin.emf
Figure 13
Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin)
Table 5
Cortex Debug Connector (10 Pin)
Pin No.
Signal Name
Serial Wire Debug
JTAG Debug
1
VCC
+3.3 V
+3.3 V
2
SWDIO / TMS
Serial Wire Data I/O
Test Mode Select
3
GND
Ground
Ground
4
SWDCLK / TCK
Serial Wire Clock
Test Clock
5
GND
Ground
Ground
6
SWO / TDO
Trace Data OUT
Test Data OUT
7
KEY
KEY
KEY
8
NC / TDI
Not connected
Test Data IN
9
GNDDetect
Ground Detect
Ground Detect
10
nRESET
Reset (Active Low)
Reset (Active Low)
Cortex Debug
Connector (10 Pin)
10Pin_Conn.emf
Figure 14
Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin) Layout
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2.7.3
Cortex Debug+ ETM Connector (20-pin)
The CPU_42A-V1 board supports Serial Wire Debug operation, Serial Wire viewer operation (via SWO
connection when Serial Wire Debug mode is used) through the 20-pin Cortex Debug+ ETM Connector. The
board does not support the Instruction Trace operation.
JTAG Debug operation additionally would require the TDI (P0.7) signal. By default the TDI signal is
disconnected from the Cortex Debug Connectors by a not assembled resistor R410, because the port pin P0.7
is used by the Actuator boards connected to the ACT satellite connector.
Cortex Debug+ETM
Connector (20-pin)
VCC 1
2
SWDIO / TMS
GND 3
4
SWDCLK / TCK
GND 5
6
SWO / TDO / EXTa / TRACECTL
KEY 7
8
NC/EXTb/TDI
GNDDetect 9
10
nRESET
GND/TgtPwr+Cap 11
12
TRACECLK(NC)
GND/TgtPwr+Cap 13
14
TRACEDATA[0] (NC)
GND 15
16
TRACEDATA[1] (NC)
GND 17
18
TRACEDATA[2] (NC)
GND 19
20 TRACEDATA[3] (NC)
cortex_20pin.emf
Figure 15
Table 6
Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin)
Cortex Debug+ ETM Connector (20 Pin)
Pin No.
Signal Name
Serial Wire Debug
JTAG Debug
1
VCC
+3.3 V
+3.3 V
2
SWDIO / TMS
Serial Wire Data I/O
Test Mode Select
3
GND
Ground
Ground
4
SWDCLK / TCK
Serial Wire Clock
Test Clock
5
GND
Ground
Ground
6
SWO / TDO
Trace Data OUT
Test Data OUT
7
KEY
KEY
KEY
8
NC / TDI
Not connected
Test Data IN
9
GNDDetect
Ground Detect
Ground Detect
10
nRESET
Reset (Active Low)
Reset (Active Low)
11
GND/TgtPwr+Cap
Ground
Ground
12
TRACECLK
TRACECLK
TRACECLK
13
GND/TgtPwr+Cap
Ground
Ground
14
TRACEDATA[0]*
TRACEDATA[0]
TRACEDATA[0]
15
GND
Ground
Ground
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Cortex Debug+ ETM Connector (20 Pin)
Pin No.
Signal Name
Serial Wire Debug
JTAG Debug
16
TRACEDATA[1]*
TRACEDATA[1]
TRACEDATA[1]
17
GND
Ground
Ground
18
TRACEDATA[2]*
TRACEDATA[2]
TRACEDATA[2]
19
GND
Ground
Ground
20
TRACEDATA[3]*
TRACEDATA[3]
TRACEDATA[3]
Note: * Not connected on board
Cortex Debug+ETM
Connector (20 Pin)
20Pin Conn.emf
Figure 16
Cortex Debug+ ETM Connector (20-pin) Layout
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CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Hardware Description
2.8
USB
The XMC4200 supports USB interface in device mode. The power is expected through VBUS (pin 1) from an
external host (e.g. PC). When the current consumption of the application running on the Hexagon Application
system is higher than 500 mA, power from an external source through satellite cards shall be used.
Note: Some PCs, notebooks or hubs have a weak USB supply which is not sufficient for proper supply. In this
case use an external 5 Volt power supply or a powered USB hub.
The VBUS function can be mapped to the HIB_IO_0 pin. A voltage divider (R205/R206) limits the voltage level
at the HIB_IO_0 to maximum 3.3V.
Figure 17
Table 7
USB Connector
USB micro AB connector Pinout
Pin No.
Pin Name
Pin Description
1
VBUS
5V
2
D-
Data Minus
3
D+
Data Plus
4
ID
Identification
5
GND
Ground
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CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Hardware Description
2.9
RTC
The XMC4200 CPU has two power domains, the Core Domain and the Hibernate Domain.
The Core Domain (VDDP pins) is connected to the VDD3.3 rail. An on-board LDO voltage regulator generates
VDD3.3 (3.3 V) out of VDD5 (5 V).
The Hibernate Domain is powered via the auxiliary supply pin VBAT, which is supplied by either a 3 V coin cell
(size 1216, 1220 or 1225) plugged into the battery holder or 3.3 V (VDD3.3) generated by the on-board voltage
regulator.
Battery
Holder
Battery.emf
Figure 18
Battery Holder for Coin Cells
The Real Time Clock (RTC) is located in the hibernate domain. Even if the Core Domain is not powered the
Hibernate Domain will operate if VBAT is supplied. The RTC keeps running as long as the Hibernate Domain is
powered via the auxiliary supply VBAT.
XMC4200
VDD3.3
CPU
VDDP
Core Domain
Hibernate Domain
SPI
IFX1763
LDO
Voltage Reg.
12 MHz
RTC
VBAT
32.768 kHz
Internal OSC
Battery
External OSC
+
RTC.emf
Figure 19
XMC4200 Power Domains and Real Time Clock
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CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Hardware Description
2.10
User LEDs and User Button
The port pin P2.1 of the XMC4200 is connected to LED V300. More User LED’s are available through the I2C
GPIO expander on most of the satellite cards.
Table 8
User LEDs
LED
Connected to Port Pin
V300
GPIO P2.1 [1]
[1]
If Serial Wire Viewer is used, the User LED at P2.1 is flickering and cannot freely be programmed,
because the Serial Wire Viewer function is overlaid with the GPIO function at P2.1.
One User Buttons SW301 is available at GPIO P14.7 of the XMC4200.
Table 9
User Buttons
Button
Connected to Pin
BUTTON1 / SW301
GPIO P14.7
User Button
User LED
LED_Button.emf
Figure 20
2.11
User LED and User Button
Potentiometer
The CPU_42A-V1 board provides a potentiometer POT1 for ease of use and testing of the on-chip analog to
digital converter. The potentiometer is connected to the analog input G0_CH4 (P14.4). The analog output
voltage of the potentiometer ranges from 0 V to 3.3 V.
Table 10
Potentiometer
Potentiometer
Connected to Port Pin
P300
P14.4 / G0_CH4 (Group 0, channel 4)
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CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Hardware Description
2.12
Satellite Connector
The CPU_42A-V1 board provides an ACT (Actuator) satellite connector for application extension by satellite
cards.
Note: Satellite cards shall be connected to their matching satellite connectors only. (For e.g. ACT satellite cards
shall be connected to ACT satellite connector only)
ACT
Satellite
Connector
Sat_Con.emf
Figure 21
Satellite Connector
Board User's Manual
23
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Figure 22
SPI_CSA2
I2C_SDA
ADC3/ORC0
ADC5/ORC2
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
CCU80.IN0A
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
U0C1.DX0B/DOUT0
nc
nc
AGND
VADC_G1CH1
nc
VADC_G0CH0 (4)
nc
nc
VADC_G1CH3
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
Board User's Manual
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
3
Production Data
3.1
Schematics
nc
nc
P0.7 (1,6)
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nc
nc
nc
nc
P2.5
nc
nc
24
(1)
P0.7 can also be used for JTAG Debugging (TDI)
(2)
P0.8 is used as TRST in order to enable JTAG Debug
(3)
This pin is connected with the satellite connector via an analog switch
(4)
This ADC input does not support “Out of Range Detection”
(5)
This pin must be “enabled” by a solder jump.
(6)
Support High Resolution PWM
VAGND
P14.9
nc
P14.0
nc
nc
P14.3
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
GND
GND
PWMX3
P0.8 (2) HRPWM0.HROUT11
VSS
PWMX2
P0.7 (1) HRPWM0.HROUT10
PWMB2_L
PWMB2_H
PWMB1_L
PWMB1_H
PWMB0_L
PWMB0_H
ADC13
ADC11
ADC9
ADC7
ACT
9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43
DAC0/ADC1
8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44
AGND
PIF0IN3
6
VDD5
VDD5
ACT_GPIO0
ACT_GPIO1
SPI_CSA1
SPI_CSA0
TRAP_X
TRAP_B
TRAP_A
CC_IN5
CC_IN4
CC_IN3
RSVD
7
DSDCLK1
5
DSDCLK0
3
PWMP
POSIF0.IN1A/HRPWM0.C2INA
POSIF0.IN2A/HWPWM0.C1INA P1.1
PIF0IN2
4
46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80
45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79
ACT
nc
P2.4
nc
nc
CCU40.IN3A/HRPWM0.C0INA
nc
nc
P0.6
P2.0/CCU40.IN1C
2-pin Jumper
nc
nc
nc
U0C1.SCLKOUT
nc
RESET#
RSVD
CC_IN0
CC_IN1
CC_IN2
ENA_A
ENA_B
ENA_X
SPI_MTSR
SPI_MRST
SPI_SCLK
I2C_SCL
GPIO
RESET
GND
PWMX1
PWMX0
PWMA2_L
PWMA2_H
PWMA1_L
PWMA1_H
PWMA0_L
PWMA0_H
ADC12
ADC10
ADC8
ADC6/ORC3
ADC4/ORC1
ADC2/DACREF
DAC1/ADC0
AREF
VDD5
GND
CCU41_OUT3
CCU41_OUT2
CCU80_OUT21
CCU80.OUT20/HROUT20
CCU80.OUT11
CCU80.OUT10/HROUT21
CCU80.OUT01/HROUT01
CCU80.OUT00/HROUT00
nc
nc
VADC_G0CH5
nc
nc
VADC_G0CH6
VADC_G1CH0
VAREF
nc
nc
DSDIN3
VDD5
P2.0
nc
DSDIN2
VSS
P2.2
P2.3
P0.0
P0.3
P0.1
P0.4
P0.2
P0.5
nc
nc
P14.5
nc
nc
P14.6
P14.8
VAREF
PORST
nc
nc
P0.6
nc
nc
P1.0
nc
nc
nc
nc
nc
DSDIN1
nc
nc
DSDIN0
P1.2
P1.3
VSS
GND
POSIF0.IN0A/HRPWM0.C0INB
GND
PIF0IN1
XMC
Pin
XMC Function
Function
2
ACT
1
PWMN
PIF1IN2
PIF1IN1
PIF1IN0
GND
GND
CPU_42A-V1
Pin
Satellite
Connector
VSS
Function
CPU_42A-V1
XMC Function
2.12.1
XMC Pin
CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Production Data
ACT Satellite Connector
The ACT satellite connector on the CPU_42A-V1 board allows interface expansion through ACT satellite cards.
Satellite Connector Type ACT
This chapter contains the schematics for the CPU board:
 Satellite Connector, USB, CAN
 XMC4200
 Power and Debug
 On-board Debugger
The board has been designed with Eagle. The full PCB design data of this board can also be downloaded from
www.infineon.com/xmc-dev.
Revision 1.0, 2013-02-19
A
B
C
GND
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
1
2
VDD5
GND
GND
HSEC8_MATING-CARD
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
X201
ACT
VDD5
AGND
P0.[0..15],P1.[0..15],P2.[0..15],P3.[0..15],P4.[0..7],P5.[0..11],P6.[0..6],P14.[0..15],P15.[2..15]
P0.7
P0.8
P14.3
P14.0
P14.9
VDD5
C205
VDD5
3
GND
C206
D
P2.5
P0.7
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
100nF/0402
P2.3
P2.2
P0.5
P0.2
P0.4
P0.1
P0.3
P0.0
P14.5
VAREF
P14.8
P14.6
RESET#
P2.4
P2.0
ENENC#
P0.6
P1.0
P1.3
P1.2
P1.1
4
1 JP200
2
W1*2
GND
HIB_IO_0
USB_FS_DM
USB_FS_DP
CAN_TXD
CAN_RXD
VDD3.3
C200
GND
VDD5
1
4
8
3
5
R202
R203
CANH
CANL
GND
IFX1050GVIO
TXD
RXD
INH
VCC
V33V
U200
33R/0402
33R/0402
100nF/0402
C201
GND GND
100nF/0402
6
7
6
2
GND
GND
VDD5USB
5
6
The information given in this document shall in no event be regarded as a guarantee of conditions or
characteristics. With respect to any examples or hints given herein, any typical values stated herein and/or any
information regarding the application of the device, Infineon Technologies hereby disclaims any and all warranties
and liabilities of any kind, including without limitation, warranties of non-infringement of intellectual property rights
of any third party.
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USB Connector
CAN Interface
5
3 D1
7
GND
GND
no ass./0R/0805
1
2
3
4
5
X203C
GND
Sheet: 2/5
8
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Sat.Conn., USB, CAN
CPU_42A-V1-4
V1 / 30.11.2012 / Ma
100nF/0402
C202
8
GND
M09-SLIM
X203S
GND GND GND
L201
BLM18PG600
120R/0805
R200
7
R204
E
100nF/0402
C
A
VDD5
V200
R205
R206
BAS3010A-03W
4k7/0402
10k/0402
Satellite Connector
4
ESD8V0L2B-03L
VDD5
R201
X200 S1
6
7
8
9
3
1
V201
2
2
D2
25
1M/0402
S2
Board User's Manual
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 23
ZX62-AB-5PA
1
A
B
C
D
E
CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Production Data
Satellite Connector, USB, CAN
Revision 1.0, 2013-02-19
A
B
C
D
LED-GE/D/0603
V300 R301
1
PS
+ -
VDDP
P JP300
M
GND
GND
C323
VDD3.3
2k2/0603
R307
LED1
2k2/0603
E
A
GND
10uF/10V/0805
VDD3.3
C326
GND
P2.5
P2.4
P2.1
C302 100nF/0402
2
GND
P14.4
C300 100nF/0402
19
20
11
12
13
14
15
16
P14.9
P14.8
P14.7
P14.6
P14.5
P14.4
P14.3
P14.0
VDDC
GND
31
6
41
28
5
3
4
7
10
35
36
37
38
39
40
P1.5
P1.4
P1.3
P1.2
P1.1
P1.0
USB_FS_DM
USB_FS_DP
HIB_IO_0
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
1
2
P0.8
P0.7
P0.6
P0.5
P0.4
P0.3
P0.2
P0.1
P0.0
3
VDDC1
VDDC
VDDP2
VDDP1
VDDP
Analog
Digital
Supply
U300
VSS
EPAD
PORST#
TCK
TMS
XTAL1
XTAL2
RTC_XTAL_1
RTC_XTAL_2
VAREF
VAGND
P2.5
P2.4
P2.3
P2.2
P2.1
P2.0
XMC4200_QFN48
Hibernate/RTC
USB_DUSB
USB_D+
HIB_IO_0
VBAT
P14.9
P14.8
P14.7
P14.6
P14.5
P14.4
P14.3
P14.0
P1.5
P1.4
P1.3
P1.2
P1.1
P1.0
P0.8
P0.7
P0.6
P0.5
P0.4
P0.3
P0.2
P0.1
P0.0
4
GND
27
EPAD
32
34
33
29
30
8
9
18
17
21
22
23
24
25
26
R313
P2.5
P2.4
P2.3
P2.2
P2.1
P2.0
P0.[0..15],P1.[0..15],P2.[0..15],P3.[0..15],P4.[0..7],P5.[0..11],P6.[0..6],P14.[0..15],P15.[2..15]
GND
1
2
RESET#
TCK
TMS
Q302
510R/0603
12MHZ/S/3.2X2.5
VAREF
5
Boot Options
VDD3.3
R304
VDD3.3
680R/0603
Jumper closed with a cutable trace on bottom layer
R300
POTI/10K/VERT
AGND
VDD3.3
S
VBAT
10uF/10V/0805
219-02
Q301
32.768KHz
4
3
GND GND
TMS
TCK
GND
6
Push Buttons
P1.4
P1.5
CANDIS#
P14.7
2
4
2
4
CAN Transceiver Switch
5
6
The information given in this document shall in no event be regarded as a guarantee of conditions or
characteristics. With respect to any examples or hints given herein, any typical values stated herein and/or any
information regarding the application of the device, Infineon Technologies hereby disclaims any and all warranties
and liabilities of any kind, including without limitation, warranties of non-infringement of intellectual property rights
of any third party.
Legal Disclaimer
GND
BSL
OFF ON
SW300
1
E
C304 100nF/0402
G
10uF/10V/0805
P0.[0..15],P1.[0..15],P2.[0..15],P3.[0..15],P4.[0..7],P5.[0..11],P6.[0..6],P14.[0..15],P15.[2..15]
C306 100nF/0402
Hitex
PowerScale
C325
CPU
10uF/10V/0805
4k7/0402
Potentiometer, GPIO LEDs, I2C Pullups
C308
4
AGND
4k7/0402
R302
C312 15pF/0402
3
C317 15pF/0402
2
UART
C315 15pF/0402
ON
CAN
C316 15pF/0402
VDDP
L301
C311 100nF/0402
A
VCC
GND
A
VCC
GND
7
74LVC1G66DCK
B
EN
U303
74LVC1G66DCK
B
EN
U301
7
VDD3.3
2
BLM18PG600
AGND
26
P
P1
1
5
3
1
5
3
C310
GND
100nF/0402
S
S1
V1 / 30.11.2012 / Ma
CAN_RXD
Sheet: 3/5
8
2/5/2013 6:44:56 PM
CPU
CPU_42A-V1-4
GND
8
GND
C322
CAN_TXD
BUTTON 1
SW301
TMPS2-SMD
GND
VDD3.3
100nF/0402
C318
GND
R311
Board User's Manual
10k/0402
Figure 24
100nF/0402
1
A
B
C
D
E
CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Production Data
XMC4200
Revision 1.0, 2013-02-19
C303 100nF/0402
R306
A
B
C
D
1
Ext. device pulls signal to GND
and disconnects CAN signals
from CAN Transceiver (U200)
CANDIS#
DBGPRES#
VDD3.3
P1.5
P1.4
C1
C3
C5
C7
C9
X401
C2
C4
C6
C8
C10
GND
D2
D4
D6
USIC_TxD
USIC_RxD
CAN_TxD
CAN_RxD
CAN
Node1
XE3K_DM2+CTX
FLE-103-01-G-DV
D1
D3
D5
UART
USIC0CH0
2
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
S2*10/1.27SO
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
FTSH-105-01-L-DV-K
GND
100nF/0402
C401
GNDGND
100nF/0402
C400
DBGPRES#
VDD3.3
R401
VDD3.3
10k/0402
C
A
VDD5
V408
V404
3
P1.4
P1.5
V405
1
2
2
1
VDD3.3
BAT54-02V
BAT54-02V
R427
R402
R403
R404
R410
no ass./4k7/0402
33R/0402
33R/0402
33R/0402
no ass./33R/0402
4
RESET#
P0.8
TMS
TCK
P2.1
P0.7
TDO/SWO
TDI
TRST
+
BAV70
3
V406
X402
BK-885
Battery Holder
GND
TP405
Reset
RESET#
GND GND
3
6
7
5
8
GND
5
6
7
OUT
BYP
EXP
SENSE/ADJ
IFX1763_PADNOP
GND
GND
GND
EN
IN
U401
The information given in this document shall in no event be regarded as a guarantee of conditions or
characteristics. With respect to any examples or hints given herein, any typical values stated herein and/or any
information regarding the application of the device, Infineon Technologies hereby disclaims any and all warranties
and liabilities of any kind, including without limitation, warranties of non-infringement of intellectual property rights
of any third party.
Legal Disclaimer
1
GND
Power LED and Testpoints
GND
100uF/T/10V/C
C414
RTC Battery
VDD5
C405
10uF/10V/0805
X400
VBAT
2
Debugger pulls signal to GND
and keeps the on-board debugger
in reset state
1
2+
1+
-
VDD3.3
TP404
VDD3.3 Supply
1
6
1
E
5
680R/0603
V403
LED-GN/D/0603
TP406
VDD3.3
7
GND
P
P1
0R/0603
R416
10k/0402
R422
GND
R417
S
S1
GND
8
Q404
BC858C
GND GND
C413
100nF/0402
V1 / 30.11.2012 / Ma
GND
Sheet: 4/5
8
2/5/2013 6:44:56 PM
Power, Debug, Reset
CPU_42A-V1-4
GND
RESET
SW400
TMPS2-SMD
GND
4
9
2
1
10nF/0402
C415
GND
R419
C406
no ass./0R/0603
Cortex Debug
4
no ass.
10k/0402
1k5/0603
V401
LED-GN/D/0603
TP407
3
1
10nF/0402
C407
10uF/10V/0805
2
VDD3.3
no ass.
R407
VDD5
no ass.
R405
VDD5USB
no ass.
R406
27
1k5/0603
V402
LED-GN/D/0603
VDD3.3
VDD3.3
Board User's Manual
R420
Figure 25
2k2/0603 V407
LED-RT/D/0603
1
A
B
C
D
E
CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Production Data
Power and Debug
Revision 1.0, 2013-02-19
BAS3010A-03W
A
B
C
D
U1C1
DX0D-P0.0
U1C0
DX0A-P0.4
DOUT0-P0.5
GPIO-P0.6
UART
RXD
UART2 (DM2)
RXD
TXD
TXACTIVE#
RESET#
GPIO-P0.3
DEBUG_LED# GPIO-P0.2
RXD
TXD
EN#
RESET#
DEBUG_LED#
1
U0C1
DX2A-P2.3
DX1A-P2.4
DOUT0-P2.5
DX0A-P2.2
SPI Slave
CS_IN
CLK_IN
MISO
MOSI
TDI
TDO
SWV
U0C0
DX0B-P1.4
DOUT0-P1.5
SCLKOUT-P1.1
SELO0-P1.0
SPI Master
MISO
MOSI
CLK_OUT
CS_OUT
2
C500 15pF/0402
GND
GND
GND
no ass./10nF/0402
C503
C502
VDD3.3
3
DBGPRES#
WTCK
WTMS
32
34
33
29
30
8
9
18
17
21
22
23
24
25
26
GND
Analog
Digital
4
Supply
HIB_IO_0
VBAT
P14.9
P14.8
P14.7
P14.6
P14.5
P14.4
P14.3
P14.0
P1.5
P1.4
P1.3
P1.2
P1.1
P1.0
P0.8
P0.7
P0.6
P0.5
P0.4
P0.3
P0.2
P0.1
P0.0
VDDC1
VDDC
VDDP2
VDDP1
VDDP
USB_DUSB USB_D+
Hibernate/RTC
XMC4200_QFN48
VSS
EPAD
PORST#
TCK
TMS
XTAL1
XTAL2
RTC_XTAL_1
RTC_XTAL_2
VAREF
VAGND
P2.5
P2.4
P2.3
P2.2
P2.1
P2.0
U500
no ass.
1
2
3
4
X501
27
EPAD
GND
510R/0603
100nF/0402
P0.7
TCK
CS
P2.1
Q500
R500
12MHZ/S/3.2X2.5
TDO
TDI
TCK
31
6
41
28
5
3
4
7
10
19
20
11
12
13
14
15
16
35
36
37
38
39
40
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
1
2
VBUS
R501
R502
33R/0402
33R/0402
TCK
CS
TMS
P2.1
CANDIS#
P1.4
P1.5
RESET#
DEBUG_LED#
GND
GND
6
5
6
7
8
L500
BLM18PG600
GND
100nF/0402
C511
X500S
GND GND GND
1
2
3
4
5
X500C
7
Sheet: 5/5
8
2/5/2013 6:44:56 PM
On-board Debugger
CPU_42A-V1-4
V1 / 30.11.2012 / Ma
Configure CANDIS# as open-drain output
Configure debugger-P0.5 as USIC_Tx but only active while X-spy function is selected
Configure debugger-P0.4 as USIC_Rx but only active while X-spy function is selected
Configure debugger-P0.3 as RESET# detect input but with additional open-drain output capabilities
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GND
TMS
SWV
VDD3.3
R504
TMS
TCK
100nF/0402
C504
E
5
100nF/0402
C505
4
10uF/10V/0805
C506
3
100nF/0402
C507
C
A
VDD5
V501
R506
R507
BAS3010A-03W
4k7/0402
10k/0402
On-board Debugger
C501 15pF/0402
VDD3.3
R503
100nF/0402
V502 680R/0603
LED-GN/D/0603
V500
ESD8V0L2B-03L 1
Debugger Concept
2
10k/0402
100nF/0402
C508
3 D1
VDD3.3
10uF/10V/0805
C509
2
D2
28
C510
R505
Board User's Manual
1M/0402
Figure 26
ZX62-AB-5PA
1
A
B
C
D
E
CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Production Data
On-board Debugger
Revision 1.0, 2013-02-19
CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Production Data
Component Placement
R311
X501
1
2
3
C501
C500
4
C502
C509
Q500
C206
C205
2
R307
R306
C
R402
R403
Q302
R503
C316
C308
C304
C300
C323
SW400
C303
R420
TP404
TP405
TP406
TP407
V407
ADJ_3
C415
C414
R419
2
C401
C310
R427
C326
V4
03 R
40
V4
7
01 R
40
V4
5
02 R
40
6
Q404
0
X4
X4
0
1
SH
FT
U303 U301
U300
C400
0
X4
32
5
V405
Q301
R422
1
R404
R302
R304
C317
-
PS
GND
JP300
+
JP200
80
A
1
1
31 L30
ON
C201
R401
C322
C506
C
0
E
U500
X201
C200
U200
FL
R301
C318
R200
30
SW
V300
P
9
M0
C413
SW301
C505
C503
R500
46
C407
C405
C510
C507
C504
R507
R506
C508 V501
R501
R203
R416
R502
C511
C315
C C
31 30
R313
2 2
C306
e
g
d
E
U401
C
B
X2
0
0
V200
R201
R505
R205
R206
44
R417
R202
C406
V408
ADJ_2
X500
V500
L500
V502
R504
X203
V201
L201
2
C202
R204
3.2
V406
0
V404
ADJ_1
Figure 27
R300
R410
Component Placement
Board User's Manual
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CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Production Data
3.3
Bill of Material (BOM)
Table 11
BOM of CPU_42A-V1-4 Board
Qty Value
Device
Reference
1
0R/0603
Resistor
R416
2
1M/0402
Resistor
R204, R505
2
1k5/0603
Resistor
R405, R406
3
2k2/0603
Resistor
R306, R307, R420
4
4k7/0402
Resistor
7
10k/0402
Resistor
R205, R302, R304, R506
R206, R311, R401, R419, R422, R503,
R507
2
10nF/0402
Capacitor
8
10uF/10V/0805
Capacitor, ceramic
C406, C415
C308, C323, C325, C326, C405, C407,
C506, C510
2
12MHZ/S/3.2X2.5
Crystal, NX3225GD, NDK
Q302, Q500
6
15pF/0402
Capacitor
C312, C315, C316, C317, C500, C501
1
32.768KHz
Crystal, NX3215SA, NDK
7
33R/0402
Resistor
Q301
R202, R203, R402, R403, R404, R501,
R502
2
74LVC1G66DCK
IC, Single Analog Switch
24
100nF/0402
Capacitor
U301, U303
C200, C201, C202, C205, C206, C300,
C302, C303, C304, C306, C310, C311,
C318, C322, C400, C401, C413, C502,
C504, C505, C507, C508, C509, C511
1
100uF/T/10V/C
Capacitor, bipolar
C414
1
120R/0805
Resistor
R200
1
219-02
Dual DIP-Switch, 0.1" SMD
SW300
2
510R/0603
Resistor
R313, R500
3
680R/0603
Resistor
R301, R407, R504
3
BAS3010A-03W
Diode, SOD323, Infineon
V200, V408, V501
2
BAT54-02V
Diode, SC79, Infineon
V404, V405
1
BAV70
Diode, SOT23-3, Infineon
V406
1
BC858C
Transistor, SOT23-3, Infineon
Q404
1
BK-885
Battery Holder, 12mm Coin Cell
X402
3
BLM18PG600
Ferrite Bead, 0603, Murata
L201, L301, L500
2
ESD8V0L2B-03L
Diode, TSLP-3-1, Infineon
V201, V500
1
HSEC8_MATING-CARD
Connector, Edgecard, Samtec
X201
1
IFX1050GVIO
U200
1
IFX1763-3.3
IC, CAN Transceiver, Infineon
Voltage Regulator, 3.3V LDO,
Infineon
1
LED-GE/D/0603
LED, yellow
V300
4
LED-GN/D/0603
LED, green
V401, V402, V403, V502
1
LED-RT/D/0603
LED, red
V407
1
DSUB9-male
X200
1
POTI/10K/VERT
1
S2*10/1.27SO
Connector
Potentiometer, RK09K1130A8G,
ALPS
Connector, FTSH-110-01-L-DVK-P, Samtec
Board User's Manual
30
U401
R300
X400
Revision 1.0, 2013-02-19
CPU_42A-V1
CPU Board XMC4200 Actuator
Production Data
2
FSM2JSMA
Switch, tactile
1
W1*2
1
XE3K_DM2+CTX
Pinheader, 2-pin, 0.1” TH
JP200
Connector, FTSH-105-01-LM-DVK, without pin 7, Samtec
Connector, FLE-103-01-G-DV,
Samtec
X401
2
XMC4200_QFN48
IC, XMC4200, QFN48, Infineon
U300, U500
2
ZX62-AB-5PA
Connector, Micro-USB, Hirose
X203, X500
1
no ass.
Pinheader, 4-pin, 0.1" TH
X501
4
no ass.
Pinheader, 1-pin, 0.1" TH
TP404, TP405, TP406, TP407
1
no ass./0R/0603
Resistor
R417
1
no ass./0R/0805
Resistor
R201
1
no ass./4k7/0402
Resistor
R427
1
no ass./10nF/0402
Resistor
C503
1
no ass./33R/0402
R410
1
no ass.
Resistor
Pinheader, 3-pin, 0.1" TH, Hitex
PowerScale
Board User's Manual
SW301, SW400
31
JP300
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