EB69 DSIB eval board user guide

MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
User’s Guide
November 2013
EB69_01.1
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Introduction
Building off Lattice’s broad support for bridging image sensors to parallel buses for ISP (Image Signal Processors),
Lattice has designed a new sensor interface board. There are two purposes for the MachXO2™ Dual Sensor Interface Board (DSIB). First, the DSIB confirms that sensor bridges can be implemented in the low cost MachXO2
device. Second, the DSIB platform demonstrates two image sensors being merged into one parallel stream for an
ISP to process the combined image.
The DSIB is designed to provide users with a platform to support dual sensor designs such as 3D stereoscopic
video, black box car driver recorders and other applications that require more than one sensor. The DSIB is used in
conjunction with the HDR-60 Base Board and two 9MT024 Aptina 720p NanoVesta boards (see Figure 1). See
EB59, HDR-60 Development Kit User’s Guide and EB63, NanoVesta Head Board User’s Guide for further information on these boards.
Figure 1. MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board with Dual Sensors
NanoVesta Sensor #1
HDR-60 Base Board
MachXO2 Dual Sensor
Interface Board (DSIB)
Optional NanoVesta Sensor #2
Some common applications and uses for the MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board include:
• 3D stereoscopic video cameras
• Aftermarket automotive black box DVR
• 3D camera for analytics in security/surveillance applications
• Traffic cameras where one sensor records video and the other sensor takes the photo
• Interfacing to the Texas Instruments (TI) IPNC DM812x, DM385 or DM385 camera base boards
• Evaluation of MachXO2 device interfacing to sub-LVDS signals
• Sensor bridges using a MachXO2 device to convert from serial sensors to parallel buses
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Features
• MachXO2-4000 PLD for sensor interfacing and driving a parallel ISP bus
• LP SDRAM: 16-bit data over a 32Mb address space
• Built-in USB 2.0 download to MachXO2
• Can be configured for a flywire ispDOWNLOAD® cable connection
• HiSPi and other serial sensor interfaces can be supported
• One MEMS-based oscillator for sensor synchronization
• 36-pin flat ribbon cable connector for TI IPNC camera connections
• 3.3V, 2.5V and 1.8V voltages are possible for various MachXO2 I/O banks
• ispVM™ System programming support
The MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board demonstrates a low cost solution for combining data from two image
sensors to a single ISP parallel bus. A MachXO2-4000 device and an external SDRAM memory device are the key
components of the solution. The two Aptina sensors are configured to output pixel data via HiSPi serial data lanes.
These HiSPi lanes are sent to the MachXO2 device where it converts the serial data of each sensor to two internal
buses. Finally, the MachXO2 device combines the two sensors’ data and outputs a single parallel bus. Depending
on the desired output format, the external SDRAM device may be used by the MachXO2 device to store image
frames and aid in output formatting. The parallel bus is typically driven to an ISP device (see Figure 2). However,
when the DSIB is used with the HDR-60 Base Board, the output is sent to the LatticeECP3™ FPGA which simply
accepts the parallel bus and drives the HDMI connector so an image can be seen on a LCD monitor.
Figure 2. Dual Sensor HiSPi Bridge
Low Power
SDRAM
Parallel Bus
Sensor
HiSPi Serial Bus
MachXO2
Hsync, Vsync
Image Signal
Processor (ISP)
CLK
Sensor
General Description
The heart of the MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board is the MachXO2-4000 PLD. The devices and connectors
attached to the MachXO2 device provide the means to investigate applications for sensor bridging and dual sensor
processing. The board also provides several different interconnects to support many devices for a variety of purposes. The HiSPi or other serial sensor input, low power SDRAM memory and connectors for the parallel data are
useful in applications that use Lattice sensor-oriented reference designs. To find resources such as updates to this
document, sample applications and links to demos, visit the Dual HiSPi Sensor Interface Bridge page of the Lattice
website and navigate to the appropriate page for this board.
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Initial Setup and Handling
The following is recommended reading prior to removing the evaluation board from the static shielding bag and
may or may not apply to your particular use of the board.
CAUTION: The devices on the board can be damaged by improper handling.
The devices on the MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board contain fairly robust ESD (Electro Static Discharge)
protection structures within them, able to withstand typical static discharges (see the “Human Body Model” specification for an example of ESD characterization requirements). Even so, the devices are static sensitive to conditions
that exceed their designed-in protection. For example: higher static voltages, as well as lower voltages with lower
series resistance or larger capacitance than the respective ESD specifications can potentially damage or degrade
the devices on the evaluation board.
It is recommended that you wear an approved and functioning grounded wrist strap at all times while handling the
evaluation board when it is removed from the static shielding bag. If you will not be using the board for an extended
period of time, it is best to store it in the static shielding bag. Please save the static shielding bag and packing box
for future storage of the board when it is not in use.
Before connecting the DSIB to the HDR-60 Base Board, attach a cable from chassis ground on grounded test
equipment to GND on the board. Connecting the board ground to test equipment chassis ground will decrease the
risk of ESD damage to the I/O on the board as the initial connections to the board are made. Likewise, when
unplugging cables from the evaluation board, the last connection unplugged, should be the chassis GND connection to the evaluation board GND. If you have a signal source that is floating with respect to chassis GND, attempt
to neutralize any static charge on that signal source prior to attaching it to the evaluation board.
If you are holding or carrying the board when it is not in a static shielding bag, keep your finger on the corners of
the board. This will keep the board at the same voltage potential as your body until you can put the board back in
the static shielding bag.
Electrical, Mechanical, and Environmental Specifications
The nominal board dimensions are 113 mm x 65 mm (4.4375” x 2.5625”). The environmental specifications are as
follows:
• Operating temperature: 0°C to 55°C
• Storage temperature: -40°C to 75°C
• Humidity: <95% without condensation
• 5V DC power
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Functional Description
Figure 3. MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board, Top Side
LEDs
FTDI
USB
NanoVesta
Sensor #2
Connectors
TI IPNC
Connector
NanoVesta
Sensor #1
Connectors
ISSI SDRAM
MachXO2 PLD
Configuration Options
There are several possible configurations that the MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board can support. The options
are described below.
Default Configuration
The DSIB is shipped in a state that allows support for only one image sensor, located in sensor #1 as marked on
the board. The only jumper on the DSIB is J20 which shorts pins 1 and 2. This ensures that 1.8V is sourced to the
SDRAM device. The default programming file in the MachXO2 device supports bridging an Aptina 9MT024
NanoVesta board plugged into location #1. It is also possible to plug a Panasonic MN34041 NanoVesta board or an
Aptina AR0331 NanoVesta board into sensor location #1. However, for either of these sensors, the MachXO2
device will need to be reprogrammed.
The configuration options described below require the user to make some modifications and changes to the
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board. Use caution when making any of these changes.
Dual Image Sensor HiSPi Configuration
The MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board supports two image sensors that can be merged to form one image.
The two sensors are the 9MT024 NanoVesta boards. To support the dual sensor HiSPi format, the following modifications need to be made. In locations J2 and J10, zero ohm resistors tie pins 2 and 3 together. Both resistors
should be removed. Once this is complete, on both J2 and J10, pins 1 and 2 should be shorted and pins 3 and 4
should be shorted. Inserting zero ohm resistors is the recommended method to do this. Once these changes are
made and two 9MT024 NanoVesta boards are inserted, then the MachXO2 needs to be reprogrammed. See the
Configuring/Programming the DSIB section of this document for further details.
On both 9MT024 NanoVesta boards, it is important to ensure that jumper J2 has a jumper to short pins 2 and 3.
This J2 jumper ensures that the same clock is driven to both sensors. No other jumpers should be on the 9MT024
NanoVesta board.
Lastly, note that when the dual image sensor HiSPi configuration is made to the DSIB, no Panasonic MN34041
sensor can be supported. Neither sensor location can accept a Panasonic MN34041 NanoVesta board. To support
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a Panasonic MN34041 NanoVesta board, revert the board to the default configuration on the DSIB and plug the
Panasonic board into sensor location #1.
I2C Sensor Bypass Configuration
Jumpers J14, J15 and J16 can be used for the LatticeECP3 device on the HDR-60 Base Board to configure the
sensor in location #1. No demo code is available to support this programming, but inserting these jumpers allows
the option to bypass the MachXO2 device for I2C programming of sensor location #1 only. The bypass does not
support sensor #2. The default configuration does not have these jumpers set.
MachXO2 I2C Embedded Function Block Configuration
The last possible configuration is one that allows a user to access the hard I2C logic resident in the MachXO2
device. This built-in I2C function is in the Embedded Function Block of the MachXO2 device. The default configuration on the DSIB has J21 pins 1 and 2 shorted with a zero ohm resistor. For I2C Embedded Function Block support,
the resistor between pins 1 and 2 on J21 must be removed. Then pins 2 and 3 must be shorted on J21 with a zero
ohm resistor. Note that when the board is modified for I2C support, sensor location #2 is not supported.
MachXO2 Device
This board features a MachXO2-4000 FPGA with a 1.2V DC core in a 132-ball csBGA package. The MachXO21200, -2000 and -4000 device densities in this package can be accommodated with no change in pin connections,
although some features are not supported in the smaller density devices. A complete description of this device can
be found in the MachXO2 Family Data Sheet.
Power Connections
The board is supplied 5V power from the HDR-60 Base Board connectors, J7 and J8. To power the DISB, a 5V
supply can be applied to TP70 (+5V) and TP90 (GND). On-board step-down switching regulators then provide the
necessary supply voltages: 3.3V, 2.5V, 1.8V and 1.2V.
The on-board switching regulator output voltages can be measured at test points located around the board as
shown in Table 1.
Table 1. Test Points for On-Board Regulator Voltages
Supply
Switching
Regulator
Test Point
3.3V
U10 (side 2)
TP67
R46, R45
2.5V
U10 (side 1)
TP68
R53, R5, R56, R51
1.8V: jumper on J6 pins 1-2
2.5V: no jumper on J4 (default)
3.3V: jumper on J6 pins 2-3
1.8V
U11 (side 2)
TP66
R57, R58, R59, R6
1.8V: jumper on J20 pins 1-2 (default)
2.5V: no jumper on J20
3.3V: jumper on J20 pins 2-3
1.2V
U11 (side 1)
TP69
R54, R52
Feedback Resistors
Comment
Each of the step-down switching regulators, U10 and U11, incorporate typical resistor divider voltage feedback to
divide-down the regulator output voltage and compare it against an internal reference voltage. The regulator then
adjusts the output voltage higher or lower such that the resistor divided voltage matches the internal reference. By
doing this, the regulator output voltage remains at a constant voltage value independent of the load driven. The
regulator output voltages are set by the ratio of the feedback resistor values shown in Table 1, multiplied by the regulator internal reference voltage. See the LT3508 device data sheets for additional details about these devices.
The 2.5V regulator output voltage can also be set to 1.8V or 3.3V by adding a shorting jumper on J6, as shown in
Table 1. With no jumper on J6, the voltage divider is set by R53 and R5 and this divider sets up a nominal 2.5V output voltage. When a shorting jumper is added to J6, the R56 and R51 resistors will be placed in parallel with either
R53 or R5, which then changes the resistor divider ratio, and this changes side 1 of the U10 regulator output volt-
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age to become 1.8V or 3.3V, depending on the placement of the shorting jumper on J6. A similar configuration is
supported for U11 side 2.
MachXO2 I/O Bank Voltages
Most of the bank voltages on the MachXO2 device (U8) have been hard-wired to selectable power supply values.
Banks 0, 2 and 5 are normally 2.5V, but they can be modified by the location of J6. These banks interface to the
parallel ISP bus and the sensor configuration pins. Banks 1, 3 and 4 are normally 1.8V, but they can be modified by
the location of J20. These I/Os interface to the low power SDRAM memory, as shown in Table 2.
Table 2. MachXO2 (U8) Bank Voltage Settings
MachXO2 Bank VCCIO
Voltage
0, 2 and 5
2.5V Normally
Parallel ISP bus, sensor configuration I/O, JTAG interface
Comment
1, 3 and 4
1.8V Normally
Interface for the low power SDRAM
Crystal Oscillators
There is one crystal oscillator and one MEMS-based oscillator on the MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
(Table 3). The crystal oscillator is used for the USB port connection. The MEMS-based oscillator is 27 MHz and is
delivered to the MachXO2 device as a design reference clock to provide a clock to the sensors, if desired.
Table 3. Crystal Oscillators Used on the HDR-60 Base Board
MachXO2 Input
I/O Setting
Board
Location
Frequency
MEMS-Based Oscillator
Y1
27 MHz
Used for sensor clock and to drive PLL in
MachXO2 for low power SDRAM
Crystal Oscillator
Y2
6 MHz
USB FTD2232D U5 pin 43
Device
Comment
Normally 2.5V
—
Image Sensor Connectors
The board has six Hirose connectors, configured as three pairs. These are located at J1 and J5, J4 and J11, and
J7 and J8. The J1 and J5 pair are for sensor #1. The J4 and J11 pair are for sensor #2. The J7 and J8 pair allow
the DSIB to plug into the HDR-60 Base Board.
HiSPi Connector for Sensor #1 (J1)
Bank 2 of the MachXO2 device can receive HiSPi sub-LVDS video signals from connector J1. This connector can
also receive serial signals from the Panasonic MN34041. When receiving serial signals, set the MachXO2 input
type to LVDS with differential 100 ohm termination. The signal connections between the MachXO2 device and the
HiSPi connector are shown in Table 4.
Table 4. MachXO2 (U8) Interface to HiSPi Connector (J1)
J1 Pin
MachXO2 I/O
BGA Ball
13
M11
P
2
SLVS_0P
—
11
P12
N
2
SLVS_0N
—
Polarity
sysIO™
Bank Differential Signal
Comment
29
P8
P
2
SLVS_1P
—
27
M8
N
2
SLVS_1N
—
21
P2
P
2
SLVS_2P
—
19
N2
N
2
SLVS_2N
—
26
M7 / P7
P
2
SLVS_3P
Default for single sensor/dual sensor configuration
24
N8 / N7
N
2
SLVS_3N
Default for single sensor/dual sensor configuration
17
N3
P
2
PAN_B1P
Used for MN34041
15
P4
N
2
PAN_B1N
Used for MN34041
22
M9
P
2
PAN_B0P
Used for MN34041
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Table 4. MachXO2 (U8) Interface to HiSPi Connector (J1) (Continued)
J1 Pin
MachXO2 I/O
BGA Ball
Polarity
sysIO™
Bank Differential Signal
Comment
20
N10
N
2
PAN_B0N
Used for MN34041
18
N6
P
2
SLVS_CP
—
16
P6
N
2
SLVS_CN
—
Parallel Connector for Sensor #1 (J5)
The MachXO2 (U8) Bank 5 receives sensor control signals for sensor #1 from the parallel connector J5. The signal
connections between the MachXO2 device and the J5 connector are shown in Table 5.
Table 5. MachXO2 (U8) Interface to Parallel Connector J5
J5 Pin
MachXO2 I/O
BGA Ball
sysIO Bank
Parallel Signal
Differential Signal
9
C2
5
EXTCLK_FPGA
—
25
N4
2
TRIGGER
—
27
F2
5
RESET_BAR
—
29
C3
5
OUTPUT_EN_BAR
—
31
D1
5
STANDBY
—
26
B1
5
SADDR
—
28
M4
2
SCLK
—
30
P13
2
SDATA
—
HiSPi Connector for Sensor #2 (J4)
The MachXO2 Bank 2 can also receive HiSPi sub-LVDS video signals from connector J4. It is possible to receive
other serial sensors from this sensor 2 location, but dual Panasonic MN34041 sensors are not supported.
MN34041 only works in sensor location #1. When receiving serial signals, set the MachXO2 input type to LVDS
with differential 100 ohm termination. The signal connections between the MachXO2 device and the HiSPi connector are shown in Table 6.
Table 6. MachXO2 (U8) Interface to HiSPi Connector J4
J4 Pin
MachXO2 I/O
BGA Ball
Polarity
sysIO Bank
Differential
Signal
Comment
13
P3
P
2
SLVS_0P
—
11
M3
N
2
SLVS_0N
—
29
M10
P
2
SLVS_1P
—
27
P11
N
2
SLVS_1N
—
21
N5
P
2
SLVS_2P
—
19
M5
N
2
SLVS_2N
—
26
P9
P
2
SLVS_3P
—
24
N9
N
2
SLVS_3N
—
18
M7
P
2
SLVS_CP
Configuration for dual sensor
16
N8
N
2
SLVS_CN
Configuration for dual sensor
Parallel Connector for Sensor #2 (J11)
The MachXO2 (U8) receives sensor control signals for sensor #2 from the parallel connector J11. The signal connections between the MachXO2 device and the J11 connector are shown in Table 7. Note that some of the control
signals are connected to sensor #1 J5 also.
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Table 7. MachXO2 (U8) Interface to Parallel Connector J11
J11 Pin
MachXO2 I/O
BGA Ball
sysIO Bank
Parallel Signal
Differential Signal
9
C2
5
EXTCLK_FPGA
—
25
N4
2
TRIGGER
—
27
F2
5
RESET_BAR
—
29
C3
5
OUTPUT_EN_BAR
—
31
D1
5
STANDBY
—
26
E1
5
SADDR
—
28
E2
5
SCLK
—
30
E3
5
SDATA
—
Parallel Connector to ISP Parallel Bus (J7)
The MachXO2 (U8) bank 0 sends parallel CMOS signals to the ISP. The parallel bus of the ISP drives both this
connector J7 and the TI connector J9. The signal connections between the MachXO2 device and the J7 connector are shown in Table 8. Connections to the TI ISP connector J9 have the same MachXO2 pins as in Table 8. It is
assumed that either the HDR-60 Base Board or the TI ISP connector J9 will receive the ISP parallel bus signal J7.
Table 8. MachXO2 (U8) Interface to Parallel ISP Connector J7
J7 Pin
MachXO2 I/O
BGA Ball
sysIO Bank
10
A11
0
PIXCLK
11
C4
0
LINE VALID
Parallel Signal
Differential Signal
12
B7
0
FRAME VALID
13
A9
0
D6
14
A7
0
D4
15
C11
0
D2
16
C6
0
D0
17
A10
0
D7
18
B5
0
D5
19
A12
0
D3
20
B3
0
D1
21
C12
0
D10
22
A2
0
D8
23
B13
0
D11
24
B12
0
D9
26
A3
0
SADDR
Only for LatticeECP3
communication
27
B9
0
D12
Only for LatticeECP3
communication
28
C9
0
SCLK
Only for LatticeECP3
communication
29
A13
0
D13
Optional
30
C10
0
SDATA
Only for LatticeECP3
communication
Downloading Bitstreams into the MachXO2 (U8)
In order to download bitstreams into the MachXO2 device, a USB-A to USB-A cable can connect a PC (with Lattice
Diamond® design software installed) to the MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board. Each USB-A to USB-A cable is
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6 feet (1.83 meters) in length. Connector J13 is the USB port. A FTD2232D USB transceiver (U5) translates the
USB signals to JTAG signals and is able to drive the MachXO2 device. Given this, the ispVM System software can
download bitstreams directly into the MachXO2 SRAM, or bitstreams can be downloaded into the MachXO2 Flash
memory.
LEDs
There are two LEDs on the MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board that are used for general purpose signals, as
described in Table 9.
Table 9. LEDs
LED
MachXO2 Pin
Color
LED1
J14
Green
LED2
J12
Red
Function
Indicate Line Valid and Frame Valid
activity
Low Power SDRAM Memory
The MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board is equipped with a 54-ball BGA low power SDRAM device, such as the
IS42VM16400K in location U1. This provides memory resources with 16 bits of data width that span a 32M address
space. The memory is powered by an on-board 1.8V regulator. The memory connects to the MachXO2 device on
Banks 1, 3 and 4.
Table 10. MachXO2 Interface to Low Power SDRAM
Signal Name
MachXO2 Pin (U8)
sysIO Bank
SDRAM Pin (U1)
SDRAM_DQ0
C14
1
A8
SDRAM_DQ1
D12
1
B9
SDRAM_DQ2
E12
1
B8
SDRAM_DQ3
E14
1
C9
SDRAM_DQ4
E13
1
C8
SDRAM_DQ5
F12
1
D9
SDRAM_DQ6
F13
1
D8
SDRAM_DQ7
F14
1
E9
SDRAM_DQ8
J13
1
E1
SDRAM_DQ9
K12
1
D2
SDRAM_DQ10
K13
1
D1
SDRAM_DQ11
K14
1
C2
SDRAM_DQ12
L14
1
C1
SDRAM_DQ13
M13
1
B2
SDRAM_DQ14
M12
1
B1
SDRAM_DQ15
M14
1
A2
SDRAM_BA0
B14
1
G7
SDRAM_BA1
C13
1
G8
SDRAM_CAS_N
G12
1
F7
SDRAM_RAS_N
G14
1
F8
SDRAM_WE_N
N13
1
F9
SDRAM_CS_N
N14
1
G12
SDRAM_LDQM
G13
1
E8
SDRAM_UDQM
H12
1
F1
SDRAM_A0
J3
3
H7
SDRAM_A1
K2
3
H8
SDRAM_A2
K1
3
J8
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Table 10. MachXO2 Interface to Low Power SDRAM (Continued)
Signal Name
MachXO2 Pin (U8)
sysIO Bank
SDRAM Pin (U1)
SDRAM_A3
K3
3
J7
SDRAM_A4
L3
3
J3
SDRAM_A5
M1
3
J2
SDRAM_A6
M2
3
H3
SDRAM_A7
F1
4
H2
SDRAM_A8
F3
4
H1
SDRAM_A9
H2
4
G3
SDRAM_A10
H1
4
H9
SDRAM_A11
H3
4
G2
F2
SDRAM_CLK
J1
4
SDRAM_CKE
J2
4
F3
SDRAM_NC_G1
G3
4
G11
1. SDRAM pin G1 is connected in case a larger memory size is desired in the future.
Configuring/Programming the DSIB
Requirements
• PC with Lattice Diamond design software version 1.3 (or later) installed with a USB driver. 
Note: An option to install this driver is included as part of the Diamond setup.
For a complete discussion of the MachXO2 configuration and programming options, refer to TN1204, MachXO2
Programming and Configuration Usage Guide.
Download Procedures
The download instructions below describe how to download JEDEC files into the MachXO2 Flash memory using
the Diamond Programmer software. Bitstream downloads are done via a USB cable from a PC to the DSIB.
Note that the first download procedure shows the menus as viewed on a Windows XP operating system. The
download procedures are very similar and do not show the menus.
The MachXO2 can be configured easily using the Diamond Programmer software to download a bitstream via a
standard USB-A to USB-A cable.
1. Plug the MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board into the HDR60 Base Board and power it up.
2. Connect the USB-A to USB-A cable from your PC’s USB connector to the USB port on J13 of the DSIB.
3. Start the Diamond Programmer software. Create a new Project from a scan as shown in Figure 4. Alternatively,
if Diamond Programmer is open, click the Scan button
.
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Figure 4. Diamond Programmer Project Options
4. Under Device, select LCMXO2-4000HE from the pull-down menu (Figure 5).
Figure 5. Diamond Programmer New Scan Configuration Setup
5. Next, double-click under the filename tab. Browse to the JEDEC programing file (*.jed) and click OK.
Figure 6. Select JEDEC File for Programming
6. Click the Program button and wait for programming to complete.
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Figure 7. Bitstream Download Operation Successful
Ordering Information
Description
Ordering Part Number
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
China RoHS Environment-Friendly
Use Period (EFUP)
LCMXO2-4000HE-DSIB-EVN
Technical Support Assistance
e-mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.latticesemi.com
Revision History
Date
Version
January 2012
01.0
Initial release.
Change Summary
November 2013
01.1
Added link to Dual HiSPi Sensor Interface Bridge page in the General
Description section.
Updated corporate logo.
Updated Technical Support information.
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MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Appendix A. Schematics
Figure 8. Block Diagram
5
FTDI
CHIP
(Sheet 9)
3
(Sheet 4)
Top Sensor-2
Parallel Connector
4
(Sheet 4)
Bank5
(Sheet 4)
(Sheet 6)
Bank3
(Sheet 6)
Bank4
(Sheet 8)
27MHz CLK
OSCILLATOR
(Sheet 3)
Bank1
3
(Sheet 6)
LATTICE
XO2
132 ball
Bank2
Top Sensor-1
Parallel Connector
Bank0
(Sheet 5)
(Sheet 9)
(JTAG)
JTAG
HEADER
(Sheet 9)
ISSI
SDR
PROG UPPER USB /
6 MHz Crystal /
(Sheet 6)
(Sheet 9)
EEPROM (1Kb - 2MHZ)
4
2
2
(Sheet 10)
Voltage
Regulators
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(Sheet 3)
D
C
B
A
5
10
Rev
A
D
C
B
A
14
Top Sensor-1
High Speed
Connector
Top Sensor-2
High Speed
Connector
(Sheet 5)
(Sheet 5)
Bottom ECP3
High SPI
Connector
Bottom ECP3
Parallel
Connector
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Figure 9. Top Connections – 1
{3} SLVS_0P_2
5
J1
CONNECTOR 1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
GND
V5P0
4
SLVS_CN_1
SLVS_CP_1
PANASONIC_B0N
PANASONIC_B0P
SLVS_3N_1
SLVS_3P_1
HISPI_LED_1
TOP - HIGH SPI to SENSOR 1
V5P0
SHIELD_1
PIN2
PIN4
PIN6
PIN8
PIN10
PIN12
PIN14
PIN16
PIN18
PIN20
PIN22
PIN24
PIN26
PIN28
PIN30
PIN32
PIN34
PIN36
PIN38
PIN40
HRS-DF12A-(3.0)-40D*-0.5V**
CONNECTOR 2
V5P0
HISPI_LED_2
SLVS_CN_2
SLVS_CP_2
SLVS_3N_2
SLVS_3P_2
Note for J21
3
J21
2
{4} SDATA_1
{4} SCLK_1
{4} SIGNAL_TRIGGER
3PIN_SMD_0603
3
1
Default -1 & 2 SHORT WITH 0/0603 Resistor
SLVS_0P_2
SADDR_1
2
J2
SLVS_3P_1
4
3
1
SLVS_3P_M7
SLVS_3P_P7
Short 1 & 2 and 3 & 4 for 2 HiSPi sensors
1
SLVS_3N_N8
SLVS_3N_N7
2
U8C
HRS-DF12A-(3.0)-40D*-0.5V**
Date:
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Title
BANK 2
MACHX02-4000
VCCIO2_1
VCCIO2_2
VCCIO2_3
PB3A_T
PB3B_C
CSSPIN_PB4A_T
PB4B_C
PB7A_T
PB7B_C
MCLK_CCLK_PB9A_T
SO_SPISO_PB9B_C
PB10A_T
PB10B_C
PB13A_PCLKT2_0_T
PB13B_PCLKC2_0_C
PB15A_T
PB15B_C
PB20A_PCLKT2_1_T
PB20B_PCLKC2_1_C
PB21A_T
PB21B_C
PB23A_T
PB23B_C
PB24A_T
PB24B_C
PB27A_T
PB27B_C
PB29A_T
PB29B_C
MachXO2-4000
SN_PB30A_T
SI_SISPI_PB30B_C
2
1
V2P5
BANK 2
C1
GND
1
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TOP CONN CONNECTIONS-1
V2P5
M6
N11
P1
P2
N2
M4
N4
SLVS_2P_1
SLVS_2N_1
SCLK_1
SIGNAL_TRIGGER
N5
M5
N3
P4
SLVS_2P_2
SLVS_2N_2
N6
P6
P3
M3
SLVS_CP_1
SLVS_CN_1
P7
N7
SLVS_0N_2
SLVS_3P_P7
SLVS_3N_N7
M7
N8
PANASONIC_B1P
PANASONIC_B1N
SLVS_3P_M7
SLVS_3N_N8
M9
N10
P8
M8
PANASONIC_B0P
PANASONIC_B0N
M10
P11
SLVS_1P_1
SLVS_1N_1
SLVS_1P_2
SLVS_1N_2
M11
P12
P9
N9
SLVS_0P_1
SLVS_0N_1
N12
P13
SLVS_3P_2
SLVS_3N_2
HISPI_LED_1
SDATA_1
Default -2 & 3 shorted for 1 HiSPi or 1 Panasonic
Note for J2, J10 :
{4} SADDR_1
{3} SLVS_0P_2
HISPI_LED_2 {4}
SLVS_CP_2
2
J10
SLVS_3N_1
4
3
4PIN_SMD_0603
Install 0/0603 Resitor
SLVS_CN_2
3
4PIN_SMD_0603
Install 0/0603 Resitor
100NF-0201SMT
SHIELD1
PIN1
PIN3
PIN5
PIN7
PIN9
PIN11
PIN13
PIN15
PIN17
PIN19
PIN21
PIN23
PIN25
PIN27
PIN29
PIN31
PIN33
PIN35
PIN37
PIN39
J4
PIN2
PIN4
PIN6
PIN8
PIN10
PIN12
PIN14
PIN16
PIN18
PIN20
PIN22
PIN24
PIN26
PIN28
PIN30
PIN32
PIN34
PIN36
PIN38
PIN40
4
100NF-0201SMT
SLVS_0N_1
SLVS_0P_1
PANASONIC_B1N
PANASONIC_B1P
SLVS_2N_1
SLVS_2P_1
SLVS_1N_1
SLVS_1P_1
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
SHIELD_2
DF12__-40DS-0.5V_RECEPTACLE
PART_NUMBER = DF12(4.0)-40DS-0.5V
Manufacturer = HIROSE
SHIELD2
GND
SHIELD1
SHIELD_1
PIN1
PIN3
PIN5
PIN7
PIN9
PIN11
PIN13
PIN15
PIN17
PIN19
PIN21
PIN23
PIN25
PIN27
PIN29
PIN31
PIN33
PIN35
PIN37
PIN39
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
TOP - HIGH SPI to SENSOR 2
V5P0
SLVS_0N_2
SLVS_0P_2
SLVS_2N_2
SLVS_2P_2
SLVS_1N_2
SLVS_1P_2
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
SHIELD_2
DF12__-40DS-0.5V_RECEPTACLE
PART_NUMBER = DF12(4.0)-40DS-0.5V
Manufacturer = HIROSE
SHIELD2
GND
GND
10
Rev
A
D
C
B
A
15
D
C
B
A
5
100NF-0201SMT
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Figure 10. Top Connections – 2
{3} SIGNAL_TRIGGER
{7} RESET_BAR
5
V5P0
SHIELD1
PIN2
PIN4
PIN6
PIN8
PIN10
PIN12
PIN14
PIN16
PIN18
PIN20
PIN22
PIN24
PIN26
PIN28
PIN30
PIN32
PIN34
PIN36
PIN38
PIN40
CONNECTOR 1
SHIELD_1
J5
PIN1
PIN3
PIN5
PIN7
PIN9
PIN11
PIN13
PIN15
PIN17
PIN19
PIN21
PIN23
PIN25
PIN27
PIN29
PIN31
PIN33
PIN35
PIN37
PIN39
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
4
GND
V5P0
SADDR_1
SCLK_1
SDATA_1
TOP - PARALLEL UP to SENSOR1
EXTCLK_FPGA
SIGNAL_TRIGGER
RESET_BAR
OUTPUT_EN_BAR
STANDBY
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
SHIELD_2
HRS-DF12A(3.0)-40D*-0.5V**
DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V_HEADER
PART_NUMBER = DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V
Manufacturer = HIROSE
SHIELD2
GND
V5P0
SHIELD1
PIN2
PIN4
PIN6
PIN8
PIN10
PIN12
PIN14
PIN16
PIN18
PIN20
PIN22
PIN24
PIN26
PIN28
PIN30
PIN32
PIN34
PIN36
PIN38
PIN40
CONNECTOR 2
J11
SHIELD_1
PIN1
PIN3
PIN5
PIN7
PIN9
PIN11
PIN13
PIN15
PIN17
PIN19
PIN21
PIN23
PIN25
PIN27
PIN29
PIN31
PIN33
PIN35
PIN37
PIN39
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
GND
V5P0
SADDR_2
SCLK_2
SDATA_2
TOP - PARALLEL UP to SENSOR2
EXTCLK_FPGA
SIGNAL_TRIGGER
RESET_BAR
OUTPUT_EN_BAR
STANDBY
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
HRS-DF12A(3.0)-40D*-0.5V**
SHIELD_2
DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V_HEADER
PART_NUMBER = DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V
Manufacturer = HIROSE
SHIELD2
GND
4
SADDR_1 {3}
SCLK_1 {3}
SDATA_1 {3}
SADDR_2 {7}
SCLK_2 {7}
SDATA_2 {7}
3
3
{8} RESET_PB
{3} HISPI_LED_2
U8F
2
BANK 5
MACHX02-4000
VCCIO5
PL3A_L_GPLLT_FB_T
PL3B_L_GPLLC_FB_C
PL4A_L_GPLLT_IN_T
PL4B_L_GPLLC_IN_C
PL6A_PCLKT5_0_T
PL6B_PCLKC5_0_C
PL7A_T
PL7B_C
MachXO2-4000
PL8A_T
PL8B_C
J14
2 PIN JPR
J15
2 PIN JPR
J16
2 PIN JPR
1
1
ECP3_PRL_SDATA
ECP3_PRL_SCLK
ECP3_PRL_SADDR
BANK 5
V2P5
C221
GND
ECP3_PRL_SADDR {5}
ECP3_PRL_SCLK {5,7}
ECP3_PRL_SDATA {5,7}
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TOP CONN CONNECTIONS-2
V2P5
C1
C3
B1
B2
D3
RESET_PB
OUTPUT_EN_BAR
C2
D1
SADDR_1
HISPI_LED_2
EXTCLK_FPGA
STANDBY
E1
E2
2
2
2
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BYPASS OPTION-2 PIN JPR
E3
F2
SADDR_2
SCLK_2
SDATA_2
RESET_BAR
SADDR_1
SCLK_1
SDATA_1
2
Rev
A
D
C
B
A
16
D
C
B
A
5
100NF-0201SMT
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Figure 11. Bottom Connections
{7}
{7}
{7}
{7}
{7}
{7}
{7}
ECP3_SLVS_0N
ECP3_SLVS_0P
ECP3_SLVS_7N
ECP3_SLVS_7P
ECP3_SLVS_2N
ECP3_SLVS_2P
ECP3_SLVS_8N
5
ECP3_LINE_VALID
ECP3_DOUT6
ECP3_DOUT2
ECP3_DOUT7
ECP3_DOUT3
ECP3_DOUT10
ECP3_DOUT11
FITTING1
BOSS2
PIN2
PIN4
PIN6
PIN8
PIN10
PIN12
PIN14
PIN16
PIN18
PIN20
PIN22
PIN24
PIN26
PIN28
PIN30
PIN32
PIN34
PIN36
PIN38
PIN40
BOSS1
4
BOSS2
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
BOSS1
J7
DF12_40DS-0.5V_RECEPTACLE
FITTING1
PIN1
PIN3
PIN5
PIN7
PIN9
PIN11
PIN13
PIN15
PIN17
PIN19
PIN21
PIN23
PIN25
PIN27
PIN29
PIN31
PIN33
PIN35
PIN37
PIN39
FITTING2
GND
V5P0
V1P8
ECP3_PIXCLK
ECP3_FRAME_VALID
ECP3_DOUT4
ECP3_DOUT0
ECP3_DOUT5
ECP3_DOUT1
ECP3_DOUT8
ECP3_DOUT9
ECP3_PRL_SADDR
ECP3_PRL_SCLK
ECP3_PRL_SDATA
1%
R11
10_0K
BOTTOM - PARALLEL to ECP3
V5P0
ECP3_DOUT12_OPTION
ECP3_DOUT13_OPTION
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
FITTING2
BOSS1
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
BOSS2
V5P0
R12
10_0K
V1P8
1%
ECP3_HISPI_LED
3
ECP3_PIXCLK {7}
ECP3_SLVS_4N {7}
ECP3_SLVS_4P {7}
ECP3_SLVS_9N {7}
ECP3_SLVS_9P {7}
ECP3_SLVS_5N {7}
ECP3_SLVS_5P {7}
ECP3_SLVS_3N {7}
ECP3_PRL_SADDR {4}
ECP3_PRL_SCLK {4,7}
ECP3_PRL_SDATA {4,7}
{7} ECP3_DOUT12_OPTION
{8} CLK_27MHz
{7} ECP3_DOUT13_OPTION
2
A2
B3
A8
B10
C5
U8A
BANK 0
MACHX02-4000
VCCIO0_1
VCCIO0_2
VCCIO0_3
PT9A_T_LVDS
PT9B_C_LVDS
PT11A_T_LVDS
PT11B_C_LVDS
PT14A_T_LVDS
PT14B_C_LVDS
PT18A_PCLKT0_1_T_LVDS
PT18B_PCLKC0_1_C_LVDS
PT21A_T_LVDS
PT21B_C_LVDS
PT24A_T_LVDS
PT24B_C_LVDS
PT25A_T_LVDS
PT25B_C_LVDS
PT27A_T_LVDS
PT27B_C_LVDS
JTAGENB_PT23C_T
PROGRAMN_PT23D_C
INITN_PT28C_T
DONE_PT28D_C
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C222
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SCL_PCLKT0_0_PT20C_T
SDA_PCLKC0_0_PT20D_C
MachXO2-4000
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Date:
5
C224
GND
of
10
Rev
A
BOTTOM CONN CONNECTION
V2P5
33
33
A3
C4
R71
R72
B5
C6
ECP3_DOUT8
ECP3_DOUT1
33
A7
B7
33
33
33
33
C9
A9
R85
R75
R76
33
R74
R84
ECP3_DOUT4
ECP3_FRAME_VALID
R77
ECP3_PRL_SADDR
ECP3_LINE_VALID
ECP3_PRL_SCLK
ECP3_DOUT6
A10
C11
C12
A12
A11
B12
33
33
33
33
B9
C10
33
33
R78
R83
R73
R81
33
R79
R80
ECP3_DOUT12_OPTION R88
ECP3_PRL_SDATA
B13
A13
C8
B8
33
33
CLK_27MHz
ECP3_HISPI_LED
ECP3_DOUT11
R82
ECP3_DOUT13_OPTION R89
ECP3_DOUT10
ECP3_DOUT3
ECP3_PIXCLK
ECP3_DOUT9
ECP3_DOUT7
ECP3_DOUT2
ECP3_DOUT5
ECP3_DOUT0
2
D
C
B
A
17
PART_NUMBER = DF12(4.0)-40DS-0.5V
Manufacturer = HIROSE
BOSS2
PIN2
PIN4
PIN6
PIN8
PIN10
PIN12
PIN14
PIN16
PIN18
PIN20
PIN22
PIN24
PIN26
PIN28
PIN30
PIN32
PIN34
PIN36
PIN38
PIN40
BOSS1
J8
DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V_HEADER
FITTING1
PIN1
PIN3
PIN5
PIN7
PIN9
PIN11
PIN13
PIN15
PIN17
PIN19
PIN21
PIN23
PIN25
PIN27
PIN29
PIN31
PIN33
PIN35
PIN37
PIN39
FITTING2
3
100NF-0201SMT
GND
Fitting & Boss have no electrical function, can be used as vias
V5P0
FITTING1
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
FITTING2
PART_NUMBER = DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V
Manufacturer = HIROSE
GND
BOTTOM - HIGH SPI to ECP3
GND
Fitting & Boss have no electrical function, can be used as vias
4
100NF-0201SMT
D
C
B
A
5
100NF-0201SMT
Hirose DF12 Series
Hirose DF12 Series
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Figure 12. SDR-FPGA Connections
D
C
5
V1P8
B3
D3
A7
C7
SDRAM_CAS_N
SDRAM_BA0
SDRAM_BA1
F8
F7
G7
G8
H7
H8
J8
J7
J3
J2
H3
H2
H1
G3
H9
G2
SDRAM_RAS_N
F9
SDRAM_A0
SDRAM_A1
SDRAM_A2
SDRAM_A3
SDRAM_A4
SDRAM_A5
SDRAM_A6
SDRAM_A7
SDRAM_A8
SDRAM_A9
SDRAM_A10
SDRAM_A11
SDRAM_WE_N
F3
F2
G9
SDRAM_CLK
U1
SDR
VDDQ_1
VDDQ_2
VDDQ_3
VDDQ_4
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
VDD_1
VDD_2
VDD_3
BA0
BA1
LDQM
UDQM
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
CAS_N
VSS_1
VSS_2
VSS_3
NC_1
NC_2
RAS_N
WE_N
CS_N
CLK
E7
A9
J9
4
V1P8
SDRAM_LDQM
SDRAM_UDQM
SDRAM_DQ0
SDRAM_DQ1
SDRAM_DQ2
SDRAM_DQ3
SDRAM_DQ4
SDRAM_DQ5
SDRAM_DQ6
SDRAM_DQ7
SDRAM_DQ8
SDRAM_DQ9
SDRAM_DQ10
SDRAM_DQ11
SDRAM_DQ12
SDRAM_DQ13
SDRAM_DQ14
SDRAM_DQ15
F1
A8
B9
B8
C9
C8
D9
D8
E9
E1
D2
D1
C2
C1
B2
B1
A2
E8
3
V1P8
SDRAM_BA0
SDRAM_BA1
D14
H14
L12
B14
C13
E12
E14
E13
F12
C14
D12
SDRAM_DQ4
SDRAM_DQ5
F13
F14
SDRAM_DQ0
SDRAM_DQ1
SDRAM_DQ6
SDRAM_DQ7
G12
G14
SDRAM_DQ2
SDRAM_DQ3
SDRAM_CAS_N
SDRAM_RAS_N
G13
H12
J13
K12
J12
J14
SDRAM_LDQM
SDRAM_UDQM
SDRAM_DQ8
SDRAM_DQ9
K13
K14
{8} XO2_PIN_J12_RED_LED
{8} XO2_PIN_J14_GREEN_LED
G1
E2
SDRAM_DQ10
SDRAM_DQ11
L14
M13
SDRAM_NC_G1
A1
J1
E3
SDRAM_DQ12
SDRAM_DQ13
M12
M14
U8B
BANK 1
V1P8
BANK 4
C62
2
Date:
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SDRAM_A0
SDRAM_A1
L3
K1
K3
J3
K2
V1P8
SDRAM_A2
SDRAM_A3
M1
M2
SDRAM_NC_G1
SDRAM_A9
H1
H3
G3
H2
F1
F3
G1
SDRAM_A10
SDRAM_A11
J1
J2
U8D
1
BANK 3
MACHX02-4000
VCCIO3
PL16A_T
PL16B_C
PL17A_PCLKT3_0_T
PL17B_PCLKC3_0_C
PL19B_C
MachXO2-4000
PL20A_T
PL20B_C
BANK 4
1
Sheet
6
MACHX02-4000
U8E
VCCIO4
PL9A_T
PL9B_C
PL10C_PCLKT4_0_T
PL10D_PCLKC4_0_C
PL13A_T
PL13B_C
MachXO2-4000
PL14A_T
PL14B_C
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XO2 INTERFACE BOARD
SDRAM_CLK
SDRAM_CKE
SDRAM_A7
SDRAM_A8
V1P8
SDRAM_A5
SDRAM_A6
SDRAM_A4
L1
SDR-FPGA CONNECTION
MACHX02-4000
VCCIO1_1
VCCIO1_2
VCCIO1_3
PR2A_R_GPLLT_FB_DQ0_T
PR2B_R_GPLLC_FB_DQ0_C
PR3A_R_GPLLT_IN_DQ0_T
PR3B_R_GPLLC_IN_DQ0_C
PR5A_DQ0_T
PR5B_DQ0_C
PR6A_DQ0_T
PR6B_DQ0_C
PR8A_DQ0_T
PR8B_DQ0_C
PR9A_DQS0_T
PR9B_DQS0N_C
C61
V1P8
BANK 3
PR10A_PCLKT1_0_DQ0_T
PR10B_PCLKC1_0_DQ0_C
PR13A_DQS1_T
PR13B_DQS1N_C
PR14A_DQ1_T
PR14B_DQ1_C
PR15A_DQ1_T
PR15B_DQ1_C
PR16A_DQ1_T
PR16B_DQ1_C
PR18A_DQ1_T
PR18B_DQ1_C
PR19A_DQ1_T
PR19B_DQ1_C
C60
2
of
10
Rev
A
D
C
B
A
18
V1P8
R26
10K
SDRAM_CS_N
SDRAM_CKE
CKE
SDRAM_DQ14
SDRAM_DQ15
D7
B7
C3
A3
N13
N14
C59
MachXO2-4000
BANK 1
V1P8
C58
GND
100NF-0201SMT
SDRAM_WE_N
SDRAM_CS_N
C333
GND
100NF-0201SMT
VSSQ_4
VSSQ_3
VSSQ_2
VSSQ_1
C332
GND
100NF-0201SMT
IS42VM16400K-75BLI
C331
3
100NF-0201SMT
For VDDQ
C330
100NF-0201SMT
For VDD
C228
100NF-0201SMT
V1P8
C227
100NF-0201SMT
V1P8
C226
4
100NF-0201SMT
B
A
100NF-0201SMT
GND
100NF-0201SMT
GND
100NF-0201SMT
5
100NF-0201SMT
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Figure 13. Texas Instruments Interface Connections
D
C
B
A
5
J9
VCC3.3_1
VCC3.3_2
VCC3.3_3
GND1
VCC5.5_1
VCC5.5_2
GND2
EXT_CLK
AFE_CLK
GND3
AFE_VD
AFE_HD
GND4
GND5
AFE_D13
AFE_D12
AFE_D11
AFE_D10
AFE_D9
AFE_D8
AFE_D7
AFE_D6
AFE_D5
AFE_D4
AFE_D3
AFE_D2
AFE_D1
AFE_D0
I2C_SCLK
I2C_SDATA
SPI_SDO
SPI_SCLK
MECH1
MECH2
AFE_D14
AFE_D15
SPI_EN
AFE_RESET
BL112-36S
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
9
8
V3P3
R29
R30
DNL
DNL
4
V5P0
ECP3_PIXCLK
ECP3_FRAME_VALID
ECP3_LINE_VALID
10
11
12
ECP3_DOUT13_OPTION
ECP3_DOUT12_OPTION
ECP3_DOUT11
ECP3_DOUT10
ECP3_DOUT9
ECP3_DOUT8
ECP3_DOUT7
ECP3_DOUT6
ECP3_DOUT5
ECP3_DOUT4
ECP3_DOUT3
ECP3_DOUT2
27
28
ECP3_PRL_SCLK
ECP3_PRL_SDATA
ECP3_DOUT1
ECP3_DOUT0
25
26
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
GND
29
30
31
32
33
35
36
34
37
38
PART_NUMBER = BL112-36S
Manufacturer = SWITCHTECH
4
ECP3_PIXCLK {5}
ECP3_SLVS_4N {5}
ECP3_SLVS_0N {5}
ECP3_DOUT13_OPTION {5}
ECP3_DOUT12_OPTION {5}
ECP3_SLVS_8N {5}
ECP3_SLVS_2P {5}
ECP3_SLVS_3N {5}
ECP3_SLVS_5P {5}
ECP3_SLVS_7P {5}
ECP3_SLVS_0P {5}
ECP3_SLVS_9P {5}
ECP3_SLVS_4P {5}
ECP3_SLVS_2N {5}
ECP3_SLVS_7N {5}
ECP3_SLVS_5N {5}
ECP3_SLVS_9N {5}
ECP3_PRL_SCLK {4,5}
ECP3_PRL_SDATA {4,5}
SDATA_2 {4}
SCLK_2 {4}
RESET_BAR {4}
SADDR_2 {4}
3
3
2
2
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Date:
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Sheet
XO2 INTERFACE BOARD
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XO2 CONNECTOR (BOTTOM - PARALLEL) to TI INTERFACE CONNECTOR
5
10
Rev
A
D
C
B
A
19
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Figure 14. MachXO2 Power, Ground and Miscellaneous
5
{4} RESET_PB
RESET_PB
R86
100
SW14
PBSwitch
R87
301K
V2P5
RESET-SWITCH
C334
1 uF
GND
4
3
4
R28
27
CLK_27MHz {5}
near Y1
V3P3
LED2
LED
R14
180
R0402
Q2
MMBT3904T
3
C12
C13
FOR VCC
C11
2
A5
B11
D2
D13
G2
H13
L2
L13
P5
P10
Title
Size
B
Date:
U8G
Power
NC
VCC1
VCC2
VCC3
VCC4
MACHX02-4000
MachXO2-4000
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
GND10
A1
A14
N1
P14
C7
1
V1P2
1
Sheet
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XO2 FPGA PWR,GND & Misc
V1P2
C10
GND
100NF-0201SMT
GND
Y1
EN
GND
VCC
OUT
OSCILLATOR -27 MHZ
R150
1
2
27 MHZ
Place R28
DI
Part Number = DSC1001AE2-27.0000
Manufacturer = DISCERA
Place Y1 near U8
1K
2
10
Rev
A
D
C
B
A
20
FB1
BLM21AG601SN1D
4_7K
V3P3
R16
PART_NUMBER = HSMH-C190
Manufacturer = AVAGO
{6} XO2_PIN_J12_RED_LED
LED INDICATION
LED1
LED
R13
180
R0402
MMBT3904T
Q1
100NF-0201SMT
D
V2P5
C225
0.1uF
C9
1uF
1K
PART_NUMBER = HSMG-C190
Manufacturer = AVAGO
R15
100NF-0201SMT
A
B
PART_NUMBER = MMBT3904T
Manufacturer = Fairchild
3
100NF-0201SMT
PART_NUMBER = KSR251GLFS
Manufacturer = C & K COMPONENTS
4
2
1
C
B
A
{6} XO2_PIN_J14_GREEN_LED
5
2
1
1
2
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Figure 15. USB Download
D
5
SH2
SH1
Manufacturer = FCI
PART_NUMBER = 87520-0010BLF
5
6
4
1
2
3
100nF
C216
J13
VBUS
DD+
GND
USB-TYPE A
DIN
R128
0 / DNI
R0805
V5P0
2
1
USB1_Q
USB1_D
USB1_SK
USB1_CS
R110
1M
DI
3
1
4
TP71
V5P0
C193
100nF
C190
33nF
C211
33pF
2_2K
TP_LOOP_RED
R125 27
DI
R126 27C212
33pF
R114
C191
100nF
R112
10k
R27
1k5
6
4
8
7
5
43
44
48
1
2
47
3
BDBUS0
BDBUS1
BDBUS2
BDBUS3
BDBUS4
BDBUS5
BDBUS6
BDBUS7
ACBUS0
ACBUS1
ACBUS2
ACBUS3
SI/WUA
ADBUS0
ADBUS1
ADBUS2
ADBUS3
ADBUS4
ADBUS5
ADBUS6
ADBUS7
U5
FTD2232D
R109 V5P0 V3P3
330R
3V3OUT
NOT_RSTIN
USBDM
USBDP
NOT_RSTOUT
XTIN
XTOUT
EECS
EESK
EEDATA
TEST
BCBUS0
BCBUS1
BCBUS2
BCBUS3
SI/WUB
NOT_PWREN
24
23
22
21
20
19
17
16
15
13
12
11
10
40
39
38
37
36
35
33
32
30
29
28
27
26
41
0R
0R
0R
0R
100nF
C188
V3P3
R106
R102
R104
R101
PART_NUMBER = FT2232D
Manufacturer = FTDI CHIP
0.01uf
C30
V2P5
FOR LT
C29
V3P3
0.01uf
USB_TCK
USB_TDI
USB_TDO
USB_TMS
V2P5
USB_TDO
USB_TDI
USB_TMS
USB_TCK
2
14
13
12
11
10
8
7
R3
4_7k
U4
A2
A1
TXB0104DR
B1
A3
VCCB
B2
A4
NC1
NC2
B3
V3P3
R4
4_7k
TDO
TDI
VCC
ispEN_N
NC
TMS
TCK
INITN GND
DONE
Date:
Size
B
Title
1
1
2
USB_TDO_2P5
USB_TDI_2P5
USB_TCK_2P5
A6
A4
B4
B6
V2P5
3
USB_TMS_2P5
1
4
+V3P3
TDO
TDI
PROGRAMn
5
6
9
V3P3
TMS
GND
TCK
DONE
INITn
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U8H
JTAG
MACHX02-4000
of
10
Rev
A
TCK_TEST_CLK_PT15C_T
TDI_PT13D_C
TDO_PT13C_T
TMS_PT15D_C
9
MachXO2-4000
XO2 INTERFACE BOARD
7
HEADER 10
DNI
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
J3
JTAG HEADER
GND
OE
B4
VCCA
USB CONNECTIONS
V3P3
R151
10K
R2
4_7k
R1
1_0k
2
D
C
B
A
21
PROG
SHIELD_GND_USB
Y2
DI
R113 1K
1
2
DI
C189
C195
12pF
6 MHz
12pF
DI
DI
ATS060SM-1 HC-49/US-SM
CS
U7
M93C46-WMN6TP
VCC
QOUT
CLK
ORG
N.C.
VSS
4
18pF = 12pF + Ground Plane ( 6pF )
8
7
6
5
PART_NUMBER = M93C46-WMN6TP
Manufacturer = STMicroelectronics
FOR JTAG HDR
V3P3
C21
100nF
3
Local JTAG
header (ispVM)
(Upper USB)
V5P0
C53
100nF
R116
10k
4
C3
C
B
A
5
100NF-0603SMT
3
42
14
31
DVCC_3
DVCC_42
VCCIOA
VCCIOB
46
AVCC
AGND
45
DGND_9
DGND_18
DGND_25
DGND_34
9
18
25
34
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Figure 16. Register Connections
D
5
TP68
TP_LOOP_RED
1
1
+2.5 v
1.1 A
C76
1.2v/ms
C0805
V2P5
C79
PP2
1
2
3
HDR3_100MIL
J6
22uF,6.3V
C0805
22uF,6.3V
C82
C85
22uF,6.3V
V1P2
22uF,6.3V
C0805
PP4
TP90
1%
L1
6.8uH
SUMIDA
D2
DFLS220L
R53
21_5K
4
C73
0.22uF
16V
1%
R56
R5
8_06K-0603SMT10_0K
R51
22_1K-0603SMT
C81
R52
10_0K
= 1.21 v
1%
0.22uF
16V
V3P3
C64
R47
51k
D5
1N4448W
C69
C1206
C80
10uF,25V
7
8
1
2
24
23
22
1%
BOOST1
SW1
FB1
R44
51k
TRACK/SS1
VC1
PG1
RT/SYNC
R50
51k
3
PG2
3
12
11
18
17
20
19
D7
1N4448W
C67
1000pF
C63
10pF
TP70
V3P3
C65
150pF
R41
51k
C72
150pF
R49
51k
1.2v/ms
2
+3.3 v
1.35 A
V3P3
1
TP67
TP_LOOP_RED
TP66
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10
of
10
Rev
A
REGULATOR CONNECTIONS
C74
0.22uF
16V
L4
4.7uH
C4
22uF,6.3V
C0805
1
C0805
Title
Size
B
Date:
XO2 INTERFACE BOARD
Short 1-2: 1.806v
Short 2-3: 3.298v
HDR3_100MIL
J20
PP3
1
2
3
C7
TP_LOOP_RED
22uF,6.3V
V1P8
C8
22uF,6.3V
C0805
2
C84
22uF,6.3V
C0805
+1.8v
1.1 A
= 3.28 v
PP1
1%
SUMIDA
R46
35.7k
D1
DFLS220L
R45
11.5k
1%
1.2v/ms
L2
6.8uH
SUMIDA
1%
22_1K-0603SMT
R58
R57
8_06K-0603SMT
R59
21_5K
D4
DFLS220L
C83
R6
10k
1%
0.22uF
16V
Vout = 0.8 * (R46/R45 + 1)
V3P3
TP_LOOP_RED
D6
1N4448W
C75
10pF
C71
1000pF
1
2
V5P0
20
19
17
18
11
12
U10
LT3508EUF
BOOST2
SW2
FB2
PG2
VC2
TRACK/SS2
Freq = 625 KHz
VC2
TRACK/SS2
FB2
SW2
BOOST2
U11
LT3508EUF
V5P0
Freq = 1.0 MHz
RT/SYNC
PG1
VC1
TRACK/SS1
FB1
SW1
BOOST1
C1206
2
1
8
7
C5
10uF,25V
R43
34k
1000pF
C66
D8
1N4448W
C78
24
23
1%
22
R48
63.4k
1000pF
C68
150pF 10pF
C70
= 2.52 v
150pF 10pF
R42
51k
V3P3
Vout = 0.8 * (R53/R5 + 1)
L3
4.7uH
SUMIDA
1%
D3
DFLS220L
R54
5_11K
1
Vout = 0.8 * (R54/R52 + 1)
C0805
C77
22uF,6.3V
+1.2 v
1.35 A 1.2v/ms
Short 1-2: 1.806v
Short 2-3: 3.298v
TP69
TP_LOOP_RED
TP91
C0805
1
TP_LOOP_BLACK TP_LOOP_BLACK
4
D
C
B
A
22
1
1
C
B
A
5
1
2
1
2
2
2
10
10
1
2
1
9
VIN1
GND5
25
VIN2
9
VIN1
GND5
25
21
SHDN
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
VIN2
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
13
14
15
16
GND6
GND7
GND8
GND9
13
14
15
16
1
3
4
5
6
1
2
2
1
2
1
21
SHDN
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
3
4
5
6
1
2
1
2
2
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Appendix B. Programming Using JTAG Flywire Connections
The MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board includes provision for the flywire-connected programming header J3.
The pins for the J3 header are not installed, as typical use of the board is through the USB download. To use a flywire JTAG connection rather than the built-in USB download at J13, the user will need to first acquire the flywire
download cable and connect it to J3. The pinout for J3 is provided in Table 11.
Important Note: The board must be un-powered when connecting, disconnecting or reconnecting an ispDOWNLOAD cable or USB cable. Always connect an ispDOWNLOAD cable’s GND pin (black wire), before connecting any
other JTAG pins. Failure to follow these procedures can in result in damage to the LatticeECP3 FPGA and render
the board inoperable.
Table 11. JTAG Flywire Programming Header
J3 Function
1
3_3V
2
TDO
3
TDI
4
NC
5
NC
6
TMS
7
GND
8
TCK
9
NC
10
NC
Requirements:
• PC with Lattice Diamond design software version 1.3 (or later), installed with appropriate drivers (USB driver for
USB Cable, Windows NT/2000/XP parallel port driver for ispDOWNLOAD Cable). Note: An option to install these
drivers is included as part of the ispVM System setup.
• Any ispDOWNLOAD or Lattice USB Cable (pDS4102-DL2x, HW7265-DL3x, HW-USB-2x, etc.).
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Usage Guide
Appendix C. Bill of Materials
Table 12. MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board Bill of Materials
Item
Qty
Reference
Part
PCB Footprint
1
23
C1, C2, C6, C10, C11,
C12, C13, C58, C59, C60,
C61, C62, C220, C221,
C222, C224, C226, C227,
C228, C330, C331, C332,
C333
100NF-0201SMT
C0201
LMK063BJ104KP-F
Part Number
Taiyo Yuden
CAP CER .10UF 10V X5R 0201
2
2
C189, C195
12pF
C0603
C1608C0G1H120J
TDK
CAP CER 12PF 50V C0G 5%
0603
3
1
C190
33nF
C0402
ECJ-0EB1A333K
Panasonic - ECG
CAP 33000PF 10V CERAMIC
X5R 0402
4
1
C21
100nF
C0201
LMK063BJ104KP-F
Taiyo Yuden
CAP CER .10UF 10V X5R 0201
5
2
C211, C212
33pF
C0402
ECJ-0EC1H330J
Panasonic - ECG
CAP 33PF 50V CERAMIC 0402
SMD
6
1
C225
0.1uF
C0402
GRM155F51E104ZA01D
Murata
CAP - CER, 0.1uF, 0402,
25VDC, Y5V
7
2
C29, C30
0.01uf
C0402
C1005X8R1E103K
TDK
CAP CER 0.01UF 25V X8R 10%
0402
8
1
C3
100NF-0603SMT
C0603
0603YC104JAZ2A
AVX
CAP CER .10UF 16V X7R 5%
0603
9
1
C334
1 uF
C0603
C1608X7R1C105K
TDK
CAP CER 1.0UF 16V X7R 10%
0603
10
9
C4, C7, C8, C76, C77,
C79, C82, C84, C85
22uF, 6.3V
C0805
C2012X5R1C226K
TDK
CAP CER 22UF 16V X5R 10%
0805
11
2
C5, C80
10uF, 25V
C1206
TMK316B7106KL-TD
Taiyo Yuden
CAP CER 10UF 25V X7R 10%
1206
12
5
C53, C188, C191, C193,
C216
100nF
C0402
ECJ-0EB1A104K
Panasonic - ECG
CAP 0.1UF 10V CERAMIC X5R
0402
13
4
C63, C66, C68, C71
10pF
C0402
04025U100FAT2A
AVX
CAP CERM 10PF 50V NP0 RF
0402
14
4
C64, C65, C70, C72
150pF
C0402
C1005C0G1H151J
TDK
CAP CER 150PF 50V C0G 5%
0402
15
4
C67, C69, C75, C78
1000pF
C0402
GRM155R71H102KA01D
Murata
CAP 1000PF 50V CERAMIC
X7R 0402 SMD
16
4
C73, C74, C81, C83
0.22uF
C0402
GRM155R71C224KA12D
Murata
CAP CER .22UF 16V X7R 0402
17
1
C9
1uF
C0402
ECJ-0EB0J105K
Panasonic
CAP CERAMIC 1UF 6.3V X5R
0402
18
4
D1, D2, D3, D4
DFLS220L
POWERDI123-KS
DFLS220L-7
Diodes Inc
DIODE SCHOTTKY 2A 20V
PWRDI 123
19
4
D5, D6, D7, D8
1N4448W
SOD123
1N4448W-7-F
Diodes Inc
DIODE SWITCH 75V 400MW
SOD123
20
1
FB1
BLM21AG601SN1D
FB0805
BLM21AG601SN1D
Murata
FERRITE CHIP 600 OHM
200MA 0805
21
2
J1, J4
DF12__-40DS-0.5V_
RECEPTACLE
HRS-DF12ARECEPTACLECENTER
DF12(4.0)-40DS-0.5V
Hirose
CONN RECEPT 40POS 0.5MM
GOLD SMD
22
1
J13
USB-TYPE A
87520-0010BLF
87520-0010BLF
FCI
CONN RCPT USB TYPE A R/A
PCB
23
3
J14, J15, J16
2 PIN JPR
2PIN_JPR_100MIL
—
—
—
24
2
J2, J10
4PIN_SMD_0603
4PIN_JPR_0603
—
—
—
25
1
J21
3PIN_SMD_0603
3PIN_SMD_0603
—
—
—
26
1
J3
HEADER 10
HD10x1
—
—
—
27
2
J5, J11
DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V_
HEADER
HRS-DF12A-HEADER
DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V
Hirose
CONN HEADER 40POS 4MM
SMD 0.5MM
28
2
J6, J20
HDR3_100MIL
HDR3_100MIL
—
—
—
29
1
J7
DF12_40DS-0.5V_
RECEPTACLE
HIROSE-DF12_
40DS-0_5V
DF12(4.0)-40DS-0.5V
Hirose
CONN RECEPT 40POS 0.5MM
GOLD SMD
30
1
J8
DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V_
HEADER
HIROSE-DF12_
40DP-0_5V
DF12(4.0)-40DP-0.5V
Hirose
CONN HEADER 40POS 4MM
SMD 0.5MM
31
1
J9
BL112-36S
BL112-36S
BL112-36S
SWITCHTECH
36PIN TI INTERFACE CONNECTOR
32
1
L1
6.8uH
L-CDRH3D18
CDRH3D18NP-6R8N
Sumida
4 x 4 x 2 mm, 6.8uH Power
inductor
33
1
L2
6.8uH
L-CDRH4D18C
CDRH4D18CNP-6R8P
Sumida
5.1x5.1x2.0 mm, 6.8uH Power
inductor
34
1
L3
4.7uH
L-CDRH3D18
CDRH3D18NP-4R7N
Sumida
4 x 4 x 2 mm, 4.7uH Power
inductor
35
1
L4
4.7uH
L-CDRH4D18C
CDRH4D18CNP-4R7P
Sumida
5.1x5.1x2.0 mm, 4.7uH Power
inductor
36
1
LED1
LED
LED0603
HSMG-C190
Avago
LED 570NM GREEN DIFF 0603
SMD
24
Manufacturer
Description
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Table 12. MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board Bill of Materials (Continued)
Item
Qty
37
1
LED2
Reference
Part
PCB Footprint
LED
LED0603
HSMH-C190
38
4
PP1, PP2, PP3, PP4
39
2
Q1, Q2
40
1
R1
41
4
R101, R102, R104, R106
42
1
R109
43
1
R110
44
2
45
Avago
LED 660NM RED DIFF 0603
SMD
PROBEPOINT
probepoint
—
—
—
MMBT3904T
SOT-523F_MMBT
MMBT3904T
Fairchild
TRANS NPN 40V 200MA SOT523F
1_0k
R0603
ERJ-3EKF1001V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 1.00K OHM 1/10W 1%
0603 SMD
0R
R0603
ERJ-3GEY0R00V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 0.0 OHM 1/10W 0603 SMD
330R
R0603
ERJ-3GEYJ331V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 330 OHM 1/10W 5% 0603
SMD
1M
R0603
RC0603FR-071ML
Yageo
RES 1.00M OHM 1/10W 1%
0603 SMD
R112, R116
10k
R0603
RNCS0603BKE10K0
Stackpole
RES 1/16W 10K OHM 0.1%
0603
1
R113
1K
R0603
ERJ-3EKF1001V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 1.00K OHM 1/10W 1%
0603 SMD
46
1
R114
2_2K
R0603
ERJ-3EKF2201V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 2.20K OHM 1/10W 1%
0603 SMD
47
1
R128
0 / DNI
R0805
—
—
—
48
2
R13, R14
180
R0402
CRCW0402180RFKED
Vishay
RES 180 OHM 1/16W 1% 0402
SMD
49
2
R15, R16
1K
R0402
CRCW04021K00FKED
Vishay
RES 1.00K OHM 1/16W 1%
0402 SMD
50
1
R150
4_7K
R0402
MCR01MZPJ472
Rohm
RES 4.7K OHM 1/16W 5% 0402
SMD
51
3
R2, R3, R4
4_7k
R0603
ERJ-3EKF4701V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 4.70K OHM 1/10W 1%
0603 SMD
52
2
R26, R151
10K
R0402
ERJ-2RKF1002X
Panasonic
RES 10.0K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
53
1
R27
1k5
R0603
ERJ-3EKF1501V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 1.50K OHM 1/10W 1%
0603 SMD
54
3
R28, R125, R126
27
R0603
ERJ-3GEYJ270V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 27 OHM 1/10W 5% 0603
SMD
55
2
R29, R30
DNL
R0603
—
—
—
56
6
R41, R42, R44, R47, R49,
R50
51k
R0402
ERJ-2RKF5102X
Panasonic
RES 51.0K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
57
1
R43
34k
R0402
ERJ-2RKF3402X
Panasonic
RES 34.0K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
58
1
R45
11.5k
R0402
ERJ-2RKF1152X
Panasonic
RES 11.5K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
59
1
R46
35.7k
R0402
ERJ-2RKF3572X
Panasonic
RES 35.7K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
60
1
R48
63.4k
R0402
ERJ-2RKF6342X
Panasonic - ECG
RES 63.4K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
61
4
R5, R11, R12, R52
10_0K
R0402
ERJ-2RKF1002X
Panasonic
RES 10.0K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
62
2
R51, R58
22_1K-0603SMT
R0603
ERJ-3EKF2212V
Panasonic - ECG
RES 22.1K OHM 1/10W 1%
0603 SMD
63
2
R53, R59
21_5K
R0402
ERJ-2RKF2152X
Panasonic
RES 21.5K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
64
1
R54
5_11K
R0402
ERJ-2RKF5111X
Panasonic
RES 5.11K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
65
2
R56, R57
8_06K-0603SMT
R0603
CRCW06038K06FKEA
Vishay
RES 8.06K OHM 1/10W 1%
0603 SMD
66
1
R6
10k
R0402
ERJ-2RKF1002X
Panasonic
RES 10.0K OHM 1/10W 1%
0402 SMD
67
17
R71, R72, R73, R74, R75,
R76, R77, R78, R79, R80,
R81, R82, R83, R84, R85,
R88, R89
33
R0402
ERA-2AKD330X
Panasonic
RES 33 OHM 1/16W .5% 0402
SMD
68
1
R86
100
R0402
ERA-2AEB101X
Panasonic
RES 100 OHM 1/16W .1% 0402
SMD
69
1
R87
301K
R0402
ERJ-2RKF3013X
Panasonic
RES 301K OHM 1/10W 1% 0402
SMD
70
1
SW14
PBSwitch
PUSHBUTTON_
KSR251
KSR251GLFS
C & K COMPONENTS
SWITCH TACT SILVR 450GF
GULLWING
71
6
TP66, TP67, TP68, TP69,
TP70, TP71
TP_LOOP_RED
TP_RED_5000
5000
Keystone
TEST POINT PC MINI .040"D
RED
72
2
TP90, TP91
TP_LOOP_BLACK
TP_BLACK_5001
5001
Keystone
TEST POINT PC MINI .040"D
BLACK
73
1
U1
ISSI
1M x 16Bits x 4Banks Mobile
Synchronous DRAM
IS42VM16400K6BLI
Part Number
54_FBGA_IS42VM16400G IS42VM16400K-6BLI
25
Manufacturer
Description
MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board
Usage Guide
Table 12. MachXO2 Dual Sensor Interface Board Bill of Materials (Continued)
Item
Qty
74
2
U10, U11
Reference
Part
PCB Footprint
LT3508EUF
QFN24UF-4X4
75
1
76
Part Number
U4
LT_TXB0104DR
SOIC14_
TXB0104DR
1
U5
FTD2232D
LQFP48
77
1
U7
M93C46WMN6TP
SO-08NARROW_150MIL
78
1
U8
MachXO2-4000
132_CSBGA_
MACHX02_4000
79
1
Y1
27 MHZ
80
1
Y2
81
1
X02_INTERFACE_BOARD
PCB
Manufacturer
Description
LT3508EUF#PBF
Linear Technology
IC REG 1.4A DUAL MONO 24QFN
TXB0104DR
Texas Instruments
SOIC,14pins,4bit, Bidirectional,
Voltage Level translator
FT2232D
FTDI Chip
Dual USB to serial UART/FIFO
IC
M93C46-WMN6TP
STMicroelectronics
IC EEPROM 1KBIT 2MHZ
8SOIC
LCMXO2-4000HE-6MG132C Lattice Semiconductor
MachXO2-4000 in the
132csBGA package
DSC1001CE-27_000
DSC1001AE2-27.0000
DISCERA
OSC 27.0000 MHZ 1.7-3.6V
SMD
ATS060SM-1
HC-49/US-SM
ATS060SM
ATS060SM-1
CTS-Frequency Controls CRYSTAL 6.0000MHZ SMD
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—
305-PD-11-0678
Pactron
26
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