ATMEL CR0603-16W

AT88CK109STK3
Hardware User Guide
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Table of Contents
Section 1
Introduction....................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
Overview.............................................................................................. 1-1
1.2
AT88CK109STK3 Starter Kit Features ................................................ 1-1
Section 2
Getting Started ................................................................................................. 2-4
2.1
Unpacking the System......................................................................... 2-4
2.2
System Requirements ......................................................................... 2-4
2.3
Software Installation ............................................................................ 2-4
Section 3
Using the AT88CK109STK3 ............................................................................. 3-5
3.1
Overview.............................................................................................. 3-5
3.2
Power Supply ...................................................................................... 3-6
3.3
RESET................................................................................................. 3-7
3.4
AT90USB1287 AVR Microcontroller .................................................... 3-8
3.5
Serial Links .......................................................................................... 3-8
3.6
On-board Resources ........................................................................... 3-9
3.7
AT88CK109BK3 CryptoAuthentication Daughter Board .................... 3-12
3.8
AT88CK109BK3 HOST and CLIENT Sockets Compatibility .............. 3-12
3.9
HOST and CLIENT Power Configuration ........................................... 3-13
3.10
Devices Interconnect Header............................................................. 3-14
3.11
Mapping AT88CK109BK3 to AT88Microbase, STK500 and STK600 3-14
3.12
Interfacing a USART with CryptoAuthentication................................. 3-16
3.13
In-System Programming .................................................................... 3-16
3.14
Debugging ......................................................................................... 3-17
3.15
Test Points......................................................................................... 3-18
Section 4
Troubleshooting Guide ..................................................................................... 4-1
Section 5
Technical Specifications ................................................................................... 5-1
Section 6
Technical Support............................................................................................. 6-1
Section 7
Complete Schematic ........................................................................................ 7-1
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Section 1
Introduction
Congratulations on acquiring the AVR®-based AT88CK109BSTK3 CryptoAuthentication Starter
Kit. This kit is designed to give designers a quick start to develop code for the CryptoAuthentication
product family. All the necessary hardware is provided in the package. The AT88Microbase has
been pre-programmed for your convenience. Please be sure to visit WWW.Atmel.com/Javan for
the latest firmware image.
1.1
Overview
This document describes the AT88CK109STK3, which is a development kit for the AT88SA100,
AT88SA102, and ATSA8810HS CryptoAuthentication devices. This kit uses a modular approach.
The development kit includes the AT88Microbase board and the AT88CK109BK3
CryptoAuthentication daughter board. The AT88Microbase uses a convenient Type-A USB
interface allowing users to interface with a personal computer and experiment with
CryptoAuthentication. The small USB form factor of the AT88Microbase allows the board to
function as a demo as well as a development platform.
The AT88CK109BK3 daughter board has two SOT23-3 sockets for either client-host or multiple
client development. Together, these boards allow an easy evaluation of the CryptoAuthentication
products using demonstration software. This user guide acts as a general, getting started guide as
well as a complete technical reference for advanced users.
1.2
AT88CK109STK3 Starter Kit Features
AT88Microbase provides the following features:

AT90USB1287 (AVR) 64 QFN device (2.7V < VCC < 5.5V)
– 128K Bytes of In-System Self-Programmable Flash
– 4K Bytes EEPROM
– 8K Bytes Internal SRAM

AT88SC018 CryptoCompanion IC

USB software interface for Device Firmware Upgrade (DFU boot loader)(2)

Power supply LED
– from the USB interface (USB device bus powered application)
– from an external power supply

JTAG Connector:
– for on-chip ISP
– for on-chip debugging using JTAG ICE
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
Serial interfaces:
– 1 USB full / low speed device interface
– USART

On-board resources:
– 3 User defined LEDS
– 10 Pins I/O header (2x5, 0.1” pitch)
 Supports SPI, TWI, and UART
– 1 Buzzer

On-board RESET button

On-board HWB button to force AVR into DFU mode at reset

16 MHz crystal for system clock
The AT88SC19BK3 provided the following features:

2 SOT23-3 CryptoAuthentication Sockets
– HOST and CLIENT
– Software PWR control

AVR Studio® software interface(1)
Notes: 1. AT88Microbase is supported by AVR Studio®, version 4.17 (build 666) or
higher. For up-to-date information on this and other AVR tool products, please
consult our web site. The newest version of AVR Studio®, AVR tools and this
User Guide can be found in the AVR section of the Atmel web site,
http://www.atmel.com.
2. ATMEL Flip®, In System Programming Version 3.2.2 or higher shall be used for
Device Firmware Upgrade. Please consult Atmel web site to retrieve the latest
version of Flip and the DFU bootloader Hex file if needed
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Figure 1.
1.2.1
AT88CK109STK3 Kit
Device Support
AT88CK109BK3 (daughter board) currently supports the following CryptoAuthentication devices:


ATSA88100
ATSA88102

ATSA8810HS
Locate the latest information about Crypto Authentication at www.atmel.com/Javan .
AT88SCK109STK3
Section 2
Getting Started
2.1
Unpacking the System
Package content:
2.2


AT88Microbase Controller
AT88CK109BK3, CryptoAuthentication daughter board

Atmel CryptoAuthentication product assortment

1 USB cable, 6 inches
System Requirements
The minimum hardware and software requirements are:
2.3


200 MB free hard disk space (AVR Studio, FLIP and ATMEL’s Crypto Evaluation Studio)
Windows® XP, X86 processor

Available USB Port
Software Installation


Install CryptoAuthentication Demonstration Utility available from WWW.Atmel.com/Javan
Launch software and follow the online help.
Note:
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The CryptoAuthentication IC’s that are included with your kit have Development Secrets,
not Production secrets. See the .xml file that is included with the CryptoAuthentication
utility. Please be aware of this during your development.
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Section 3
Using the AT88CK109STK3
This chapter describes the features of the AT88Microbase and the AT88CK109BK3 boards.
3.1
Overview
Figure 2.
AT88Microbase Components (front side)
USB Type-A
PWR
LED
Hardware
Boot (HWB)
LED
Bank
10-Pin
Interface
Header
(J1)
JTAG
Buzzer Reset
TWI / SPI
Selector
switch
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Figure 3.
AT88Microbase Components (back side)
AT88SC108
CryptoCompanion
AT90USB1287
AVR
Main board
Supply Voltage
*see section 3.2.1
16MHz
Crystal
3.2
Power Supply
3.2.1
USB powered
The on-board power supply circuitry allows two possible configurations for the main supply voltage.
Mounted Resistor
5.0 ( USB )
Main Board
Comments
Supply Voltage
R1
3.3V
R2
5.0V ( USB )
3.3V
3.3V
Regulator
Default Setting
CryptoCompanion
R1
0
R2
* Default
VCC
Main board
Supply Voltage
The CryptoCompanion supply voltage is always 3.3V, regardless of R1and R2 configuration.
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3.2.2
Note 1:
For the AT88SA100, AT88SA102, and the AT88SA10HS devices, 5.0V is
required to burn the fuses.
Note 2:
The AT88Microbase is shipped with a 16MHz crystal, which allows the
AT90USB1287 on-chip USART to obtain the 230.4K baud rate (-3.5%
error) required to communicate with a CryptoAuthentication device. The
16MHz crystal requires that 4.5  VCC  5.5 . To operate the
AT88Microbase below 4.5V, the 16MHz crystal must be replaced with an
8MHz crystal. The ABM3B-8.000MHZ-B2-T 8MHz crystal is a drop-in
replacement.
Power LED, “LEDP”
The blue LED (LEDP) is always lit when power is applied to the AT88Microbase regardless of the
voltage supply.
Figure 4.
3.3
Power on LED “LEDP”
RESET
Although the AT90USB1287 has its on-chip RESET circuitry, (c.f. AT90USB1287 Datasheet,
section “System Control and Reset”), the AT88Microbase provides two additional means to reset
the AT90USB1287.
3.3.1
Power-on Reset
The on-board RC network acts as power-on RESET.
3.3.2
RESET Push Button
By pressing the RESET push button on the AT88Microbase, a warm RESET of the AT90USB1287
AVR is performed.
Figure 5.
RESET Push Button (AVR RESET) Implementation
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3.4
AT90USB1287 AVR Microcontroller
To use the USB interface of the AT90USB1287, the clock source should always be a crystal or an
external clock oscillator (the internal 8MHz RC oscillator cannot be used to operate the USB
interface). Only the following crystal frequencies allow proper USB operations: 2MHz, 4MHz,
6MHz, 8MHz, 12MHz, and 16MHz. The AT88Microbase comes with a default 16MHz crystal
oscillator, which is required to obtain the 230.4K USART baud rate needed for
CryptoAuthentication communication.
3.5
Serial Links
3.5.1
USB
The AT88Microbase is supplied with a standard USB Type-A receptacle. The AT88Microbase only
operates as an “USB device”.
Figure 6.
3.5.2
USB Type-A Receptacle
USART
The AT90USB1287 AVR comes with an on-chip USART peripheral (USART1).
asynchronous mode is supported. See section 3.6.3 for pinout details.
3.5.3
Only the
SPI / TWI Selector Switch
The SPI – TWI selector switch (K1) allows either the SPI pins (MOSI and SCLK) or the TWI pins
(SDA and SCL) to be routed to the 10 pin Interface header, J1. See section 3.6.3 for pinout details.
Figure 7.
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TWI – SPI Selector Switch
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K1
TWI Position
3.6
On-board Resources
3.6.1
Description of LED Bank
K1
SPI Position
TWI
TWI
SPI
SPI
The AT88Microbase includes 3 general purpose red LEDs, which are connected to PD6, PD5 and
PD4. To light an LED, the corresponding port pin must be driven high. To turn off an LED, the
corresponding port pin must be driven low.
Figure 8.
Note:
3.6.2
LEDs Implementation Schematic
AVR can source or sink enough current to drive an LED directly.
Buzzer
The small onboard buzzer adds audio capability to the AT88Microbase board. The buzzer requires
that PD7 be driven with a square wave at 4.0  0.5 KHz to achieve a maximum decibel of 78dB.
AT88SCK109STK3
Figure 9.
Buzzer Implementation Schematic
Brief Spec:
Input Signal:
Square Wave
Resonant frequency:
4.0  0.5 KHz
Sound Pressure Level: 78dB
3.6.3
Description of the Interface Header
The 10-Pin header (J1) of the AT88Microbase provides interfacing for daughter boards.
Figure 10. 10-Pin Interface Header
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Figure 11. 10-Pin Interface header (J1) Orientation
HWB
PB5
PB4
PB0
PB6
PB3 / PD2
PB7 / PD3
PB2/ PD1
J1
3.6.4
PB1/
PD0
SPI
USB
JTAG
TWI
GND
VCC_D
RESET
CryptoCompanion Chip
The AT88Microbase has one CryptoCompanion device (AT88SC108), which is located on the back
side of board. The AT88SC018 is designed as the mate to Atmel’s CryptoRF® (CRF) and
CryptoMemory® (CM) chips. The SCL and SDA pins are connected to PD0 and PD1, respectively.
The RST and PDN pins are connected to PF2 and PF3, respectively.
Figure 12.
System CryptoCompanion Schematic
Datasheet can be found on the Atmel web site, http://www.atmel.com/products/securemem.
Note: The CryptoCompanion chip cannot be used with the CryptoAuthentication family of devices.
AT88SCK109STK3
The following sections 3.7 – 3.11 describe the AT88CK109BK3 CryptoAuthentication
daughter board.
3.7
AT88CK109BK3 CryptoAuthentication Daughter Board
Figure 13. AT88CK109BK3 Components (top side)
CLIENT
PWR LED
HOST
PWR LED
SOT23-3
Socket
10-Pin
Interface Header
INTERCONNECT
Header
AT88CK109BK3 has two SOT23-3 sockets that support the AT88SA100, AT88SA102, and the
AT88SA10HS 3-leads devices.
Figure 14. Chip-in-Socket Placement (Live bug)
3.8
AT88CK109BK3 HOST and CLIENT Sockets Compatibility
AT88CK109BK3 is supplied with two SOT23-3 sockets titled HOST and CLIENT. Since both
sockets have identical pinout’s, the AT88Microbase can physically accept a host or a client device
in either socket. Therefore, the AT88CK109BK3 can be configured for either a host-client or clientclient development.
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Note: When using the demonstration software, the host (AT88SA10HS) and client (AT88SA100 or
AT88SA102) devices must be in their respective sockets according to the “HOST” and “CLIENT”
texts on the board.
HOST and CLIENT Power Configuration
The AT88CK109BK3 provides the user with the capability to independently power cycle each
socket with software or place the sockets in a constant power-on state, assuming power is applied
to the board.
Figure 15. HOST and CLIENT Power Headers
Figure 16. Schematic Implementation for Software Power Control, HOST-side
HOST and CLIENT sockets Power Configuration
H1, H2, H3 and H4
Mounted
With all 4 jumpers mounted, the HOST and CLIENT
sockets are placed into a constant power–on state.
View
H1
Hardware Power
Configuration
Comments
H2
Jumpers Position
H3
Table 1.
H4
3.9
*Default setting
AT88SCK109STK3
Software Power
Configuration
H1 Mounted
H1
HOST
This configuration allows the user to power cycle the
HOST socket via software. See Table 2 and 3 for
pinout details
H2
H2 Not - mounted
CLIENT
H3 Mounted
This configuration allows the user to power cycle the
CLIENT socket via software. See Table 2 and 3 for
pinout details
H3
Software Power
Configuration
H4
H4 Not - mounted
3.10
Device Interconnect Header
The “INTERCONNECT” header provides a single-wire bus between the signal pins of the HOST
and CLIENT devices. The header can also serve as test points.
Figure 17. Interconnect Header
CLEINT
HOST
SIGNAL
SIGNAL
INTERCONNECT
Px3
Px4
Maps to
AT88Microbase PB7
3.11
Maps to
AT88Microbase PB6
Mapping AT88CK109BK3 to AT88Microbase, STK500 and STK600
The AT88CK109BK3 maps to the 10-pin header of the AT88Microbase as follow:
Table 2.
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Mapping the AT88CK109BK3 to the AT88Microbase
AT88Microbase
Header ( J1 )
AT88CK109BK3
Comments
PB0
Software Power Control
HOST Socket
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PB1
NC
PB2
NC
PB3
Tied to PB7 with R11
USART (Receive)1
PB4
Software Power Control
CLIENT Socket
PB5
NC
PB6
HOST Signal Pin
Bit-banging
PB7
CLIENT Signal Pin
Bit-banging / USART (Transmit )1
GND
GND
GND
VCC
VCC
VCC
Table 3.
Not Connected
Mapping AT88CK109BK3 to the STK500 and STK600
STK500 / STK600
AT88CK109BK3
Comments
Px0
NC
-
Px1
NC
1
USART (Receive)1
Px2
Tied to Px3 with R11
Px3
CLIENT Signal Pin
Bit-banging / USART (Transmit )1
Px4
HOST Signal Pin
Bit-banging
Px5
Software Power Control
HOST Socket
Px6
Software Power Control
CLIENT Socket
Px7
NC
-
GND
GND
GND
VTG
VCC
VCC
Figure 18. AT88CK109BK3 Mounted to the STK500
1
See section 3.12
Note 3:
“x” in Table 3 denotes any port on the STK500 and STK600
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3.12
Interfacing a USART with CryptoAuthentication
A microcontroller’s USART requires a minimum of two signals (RXD and TXD) to communicate.
The AT88SA100, AT88SA102, and AT88SA10HS devices have a 1-wire communication interface.
The make the USART compatible with a 1-wire CryptoAuthentication device, the USART’s pins (TX
and Rx) are tied together.
Figure 19. USART TXD and RXD pins configured for 1-wire Interfacing
On the AT88CK109BK3, Px2 and Px3 are tied together with a zero ohm resistor (R11). When
mounted to the AT88Microbase, pins Px2 and Px3 align with pins (PB3/PD2) and (PB7/PD3). The
USART pins, PD2 (RXD) and PD3 (TXD), are effectively tied together with R11allowing the USART
to be compatible with the CryptoAuthentication 1-wire interface.
3.13
In-System Programming
3.13.1 Programming with USB bootloader: DFU (Device Firmware Upgrade)
AT90USB1287 AVR comes with a default factory pre-programmed USB bootloader located in the
on-chip boot section of the AT90USB1287. This is the easiest and fastest way to reprogram the
device directly over the USB interface. The “Flip” PC side application, available for free on Atmel
website, offers a flexible and user friendly interface for reprogramming the application over the USB
bus.
The “HWB” push button is used to place the AVR into DFU mode after reset (Refer to
AT90USB1287 datasheet section “boot loader support”).
The following steps enable the DFU mode:
1. Press and hold “HWB” button
2. Press the “RESET” button
3. Release the “RESETT” button.
4. Release the “HWB” button.
For more information about the USB bootloader and FLIP software, please refer to the ‘USB
bootloader datasheet’ document and ‘FLIP User Manual’.
Note: HWBE fuse must be enabled to support DFU.
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3.13.2 Programming with AVR JTAG ICE
The AT90USB1287 can be programmed using specific the JTAG link. This sub-section will explain
how to connect and use the AVR JTAG ICE.
Note:
When the JTAGEN fuse is disabled, the four TAP pins are normal port pins, and the TAP
controller is in reset. When the JTAGEN fuse is enabled, the input TAP signals are
internally pulled high. This enables the JTAG for Boundary-scan and programming. The
AT90USB1287 device is shipped with this fuse programmed.
Figure 20. Connecting AVR JTAGICE mkII to the AT88Microbase
The Flash, EEPROM and all Fuse and Lock Bit options ISP-programmable, can be programmed
individually or with the sequential automatic programming option.
Note: See AVR Studio® on-line Help for information.
3.14
Debugging
3.14.1 Debugging with AVR JTAG ICE mkII
Every AT88CK109STK3 can be used for debugging with JTAG ICE MK II.
Connect the JTAG ICE mkII as shown in Figure 20, for debugging help; please refer to AVR
Studio® Help information.
AT88SCK109STK3
When using JTAG ICE MK II for debugging, and as AT90USB1287 parts are factory configured
with the higher security level set, a chip erase operation will be performed on the part before
debugging. Thus the on-chip flash bootloader will be erased. It can be restored after the debug
session using the bootloader hex file available from ATMEL website.
3.15
Test Points
There are 4 test points implemented, these test points are referenced in the full schematics section.
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VCC,
AT88CK109BK3

GND
AT88CK109BK3

HOST signal pin
AT88CK109BK3
INTERCONNECT Header

CLIENT signal pin
AT88CK109BK3
INTERCONNECT Header
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Section 4
Troubleshooting Guide
Table 4.
Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Reason
Solution
The blue Power LED is not on.
USB Port of AT88Microbase is not
connected to PC.
Connect AT88Microbase USB port
to PC's USB port.
The AVR device cannot be
programmed.
The JTAG header is not connected
to JTAG programmer.
Connect the JTAG header to the
JTAG programmer.
The memory lock bits are
programmed.
Erase the memory before
programmed.
Reset disable fuse is set.
Check reset disable fuse.
Programming too fast with ISP SPI
Check oscillator settings and make
sure it is not set higher than SPI
clock
USB Port of AT88Microbase is not
connected to PC (programmed
through USB).
Connect AT88Microbase USB port
to PC's USB port.
AT88Microbase is not in DFU mode.
― Press and hold the “HWB” push
button.
― Press the “RESET” push button.
― Release the “RESET” push
button.
― Release the “HWB” push button.
The communication medium in FLIP
hasn't been selected
From the FLIP menu, select
“Settings > Communication > USB”.
AVR Studio does not detect
JTAG or ISP programmer.
JTAG or ISP programmer is not
connected or power is off.
Connect JTAG programmer to
JTAG header or ISP programmer to
ISP header and check power
connections.
FLIP program not working.
AT88Microbase is not in DFU mode.
JTAG to load the bootloader and set
(check) the HWBE fuse.
Correct fuse settings:
Reading fuses address 0 to 2..
0xDE, 0x99, 0xF3
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Section 5
Technical Specifications



System Unit
― AT88Microbase
o Physical Dimensions
o Weight
L=58 x W=25 x H=12 mm
9.0g
― AT88CK109BK3
o Physical Dimensions
o Weight
L=74 x W=35 x H=23 mm
17.5g
― Assembled Module
o Physical Dimensions
o Weight
L=100 x W=35 x H=26 mm
26.5g
Operating Conditions
― USB
*See Section 3.2
4.4V - 5V.25 (100mA)
3.3V
― Supply Current
50mA
Connections
― USB Connector
― USB Communications
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Type-A receptacle
Full speed 2.0
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Section 6
Technical Support
For technical support, please contact [email protected] When emailing or contacting tech
support, please do not include any proprietary information you may have input into the device.
When requesting technical support, please include the following information:









AT88CK109STK User Guide
Which target AVR device is used (complete part number)
Target voltage and speed
Clock source and fuse setting of the AVR
Programming method (ISP, JTAG or specific Boot-Loader)
Hardware revisions of the AVR tools, found on the PCB
Version number of AVR Studio. This can be found in the AVR Studio help menu.
PC operating system and version/build
PC processor type and speed
A detailed description of the problem
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Section 7
Complete Schematic
On the next pages, the following documents of the AT88CK109STK3 are shown:

AT88Microbase, revision 2.0
 Complete Schematic
 Assembly Drawing
 Bill of Material
 Default configuration summary

AT88CK109BK3, revision 1.0
 Complete Schematic
 Assembly Drawing
 Bill of Material
 Default configuration summary
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Figure 2.
AT88Microbase Schematic, 2 of 4
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Figure 4.
AT88Microbase Schematic, 4 of 4
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Figure 5.
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AT88Microbase Assembly Drawing, 1 of 2 ( Top side )
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Figure 6.
AT88Microbase Assembly Drawing, 2 of 2 ( Bottom side )
AT88Microbase BOM
Qty
Reference
Value
2
1
1
1
1
1
5
20pF
150pF
1nF
10nF
15nF
220nF
0.1uF
1
C125-126
C164
C151
C102
C163
C184
C117 C119
C121
C123-124
C101 C103
C120 C172
C118
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
2
1
2
R1
R180-181
R3 R6-R7
R103-105, R171
R183
R144
R172
R151 R184
R2
R4, R5
4
1
1
1
1
IC2
Y121
U1
U6
1
3
2
1
1
LEDP
LED1-3
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D1
D2
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0402
CR0603-16W-000T
CR0603-16W-220JT
CR0603-16W-181JT
CRCW0603825RFKEA
CR0603-16W-152JT
CR0603-16W-472JT
ERJ3EKF3921V
CRCW060347K0FKEA
1uF
Description
C0603Y5V250-105ZNE
C0805X5R6R3-106KNE
CR0402-16W-000T
16MHz
3.3V
-
IC
ATMEL AVR
Crystal
Regulator
ATMEL CryptoCompanion
64 PIN QFN
SMD
SOT-23-5
8ld SOIC
AT90USB1287-64QFN
ABM3B-16.000MHZ-B2-T
MIC5219-3.3YM5 TR
ATSC018-SU-CM
BLUE
RED
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
LED
LED
ESD Suppressor
Schotkky
Schotkky
0603
0603
0603
SOD-323
SOD-123
MB1111C-TR
BR1111C-TR
PGB1010603MR
NSR1020MW2T1G
MBR0520L
USB RT ANG.
48037-0001
MISC
TYPE A
1
USB
WM17117-ND
1
L161
-
Ferrit Bead
0603
MI0603J601R-10
1
Q1
NPN
Transistor
SOT23-3
MMBTA42LT1G
1
1
H2
J1
0.1" Pitch
0.1" Pitch
JTAG
PORT-D Interface
2x5 Male Header RA
2x5 Male Header
TSW-105-16-L-D-RA
PBC05DAAN
1
2
1
B121
B151
K1
-
Buzzer
Push Button
DPDT switch
SMD
SMD
SMD
SMT-0540-S-R
PTS635SL25SMTR LFS
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Figure 7.
AT88CK109BK3 Schematic, 1 of 3
AT88CK109STK3
Figure 8.
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AT88CK109STK3 User Guide
Figure 9.
AT88CK109BK3 Schematic, 3 of 3
AT88CK109STK3
AT88CK109BK3 Assembly Drawing, 1 of 2 ( Top side )
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Figure 10.
AT88CK109BK3 Assembly Drawing, 2 of 2 ( Bottom side )
AT88CK109STK3
AT88CK109BK3 BOM
Qty
Reference
Value
Description
Case
Manufacturer PN
402
C0402X7R160-104KNE
0603
0603
0603
0603
0603
CR0603-16W-000T
CR0603-16W-181JT
CR0603-16W-1001FT
CR0603-16W-105JT
CRCW0603825RFKEA
0603
SC-75
DO-214AC, SMA
BR1111C-TR
NTA4001NT1G
SMA6J5.0A-TR
CAPACITOR
2
C1-2
1
2
4
2
2
R11
R9-10
R1-3, R5
R7-8
R4 R6
2
2
1
LED1-2
Q1-2
D1
0.1uF
0
180
1K
1M
825
RED
N-CHANNEL
Diode
RESISTOR
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
1/16W
DIODE
LED
MOSFET
Unidirectional TVS
MISC
2
S1-2
CryptoAuthentication
Socket
SOT23-3
499-P36-20
6
H1-5,
Interconnect
2PIN HEADER
VERT
2POS .100 TIN
PBC02DAAN
1
PORT-D
10 Pin 2x5
VERT
.100 10POS Fem
SSW-105-01-G-D
2
K1-2
Switch
DPDT
Surface Mount
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