AMD ELANSC410-33AI

Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410
Single-Chip, Low-Power,
PC/AT-Compatible Microcontrollers
DISTINCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410
Microcontrollers
■ E86TM family of x86 embedded processors
– Offers improved time-to-market, software
migration, and field-proven development tools
■ Highly integrated single-chip CPU with a complete
■ Standard PC/AT system logic
(PICs, DMACs, timer, RTC)
– DOS, ROM-DOS, Windows, and industrystandard BIOS support
– Leverages the benefits of desktop computing
environment at embedded price points
■ Bidirectional parallel port with Enhanced
Parallel Port (EPP) mode
set of common peripherals
■ 16550-compatible UART
– Accelerates time-to-market with simplified
hardware
■ Infrared port for wireless communication
– Low-power 0.35-micron process technology
– Single chip delivers smallest system form factor
– 33-MHz, 66-MHz, and 100-MHz operating
frequencies
■ Am486® CPU core
– Robust Microsoft® Windows® compatible CPU
– 8-Kbyte write-back cache for enhanced
performance
– Fully static design with System Management
Mode (SMM) for power savings
■ Comprehensive power management unit
– Seven modes of operation allow fine-tuning of
power requirements for maximum battery life
– Provides a superset of APM 1.2 features
■ Glueless burst-mode
ROM/Flash memory/SRAM interface
– Reduces system cost by allowing mask ROM and
Flash memory at the same time with three ROM/
Flash memory/SRAM chip selects
■ Glueless DRAM controller
– Allows mixed DRAM types on a per-bank basis to
reduce system cost
■ VESA Local (VL) bus and ISA bus interface
– Standard and high-speed
■ Keyboard interface
– Matrix keyboard support with up to 15 rows and 8
columns
– SCP-emulation mode for PC/AT and XT
keyboard support
ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only
The ÉlanSC400 microcontroller includes the following
additional features designed specifically for mobile
computing applications. The ÉlanSC410 microcontroller does not include these features.
■ Dual PC Card (PCMCIA Version 2.1) controller
supports 8- or 16-bit data bus
– End-user (after-market) system expansion
– ExCA-compliant, 82365-register set compatible
– Leverages off-the-shelf card and socket services
– Supports DMA transfers between I/O PC cards
and system DRAM
■ LCD graphics controller
– Supports monochrome and 4-bit color Super
Twisted Nematic (STN) LCDs
– Unified Memory Architecture (UMA) eliminates
separate video memory
– Reduces time-to-market with a wide variety of offthe-shelf companion chips
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers
are the among the latest in a series of E86™ family
microcontrollers, which integrate proven x86 CPU
cores with a comprehensive set of on-chip peripherals
in a 0.35-micron process.
With its low-voltage Am486® CPU core and ultra-small
form factor, the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller is highly optimized for mobile computing applications. The
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller is targeted specifically for
embedded systems.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers
combine a 32-bit, low-voltage Am486 CPU with a
complete set of PC/AT-compatible peripherals, along
with the power management features required for
battery operation.
A feature comparison of the two microcontrollers is
shown in Table 1 on page 3.
Leveraging the benefits of the x86 desktop computing
environment, the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers integrate all of the common logic and I/O functionality associated with a PC/AT computing system into
a single device, eliminating the need for multiple peripheral chips. Fully integrated PC/AT-compatible peripherals include two 8259A-compatible programmable
interrupt controllers (PICs), two 8237A-compatible DMA
controllers, an 8254-compatible timer, a 16550 UART,
an IrDA controller, VL-bus and ISA bus controllers, a
real-time clock (RTC), and Enhanced Parallel Port
(EPP) mode for the parallel port.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers use
the industry-standard 486 microprocessor instruction
set. All software written for the x86 architecture family
is compatible with the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410
microcontrollers.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers are
based on a fully static design and include an advanced
power management unit. Operating voltages are
2.7 V–3.3 V with 5-V-tolerant I/O pads. Orderable in
both 33-MHz, 66-MHz, and 100-MHz peak processor
speeds, the product is available in the ultra-small
292 ball grid array (BGA) package.
ORDERING INFORMATION
AMD standard products are available in several packages and operating ranges. The order number (Valid
Combination) is formed by a combination of the elements below.
ELANSC400
–33
A
C
TEMPERATURE RANGE
C = Commercial
For 33 and 66 MHz: TCASE = 0°C to +95°C
For 100 MHz: TCASE = 0°C to +85°C
I = Industrial
For 33 and 66 MHz, TCASE = – 40°C to +95°C
PACKAGE TYPE
A = 292-pin BGA (Ball Grid Array)
SPEED OPTION
–33 = 33 MHz
–66 = 66 MHz
–100 = 100 MHz
DEVICE NUMBER/DESCRIPTION
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller
Valid Combinations
ELANSC400–33
AC, AI
ELANSC400–66
ELANSC400–100
AC
ELANSC410–33
AC, AI
ELANSC410–66
ELANSC410–100
2
Valid Combinations
Valid Combinations list configurations planned to be
supported in volume for this device. Consult the local
AMD sales office to confirm availability of specific valid
combinations and to check on newly released
combinations.
AC
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Table 1.
Product Comparison—ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers
Feature
Core CPU
L1 Cache
System management mode (SMM)
Floating-point unit
Data Bus
ISA Interface
ISA bus mastering
VESA Local Bus
VL bus mastering
Power Management
Mode timers
Activity detection
SMI/NMI generation
Battery monitoring
On-Chip ROM Interface
Width
Size (total ROM space)
ROM chip selects
Burst-mode support
Support for SRAM as ROM address space
On-Chip DRAM Controller
Banks
Width
Size (total of all banks)
EDO support
Support for SRAM as main memory
Integrated PC/AT-Compatible Peripherals
Programmable timer (8254-compatible)
Real-time clock (146818A-compatible)
Port B and Port 92h I/O registers
Cascaded DMA Controllers (8237A)
Width
Total number of channels
External channels
Cascaded Interrupt Controllers (8259)
External IRQ signals
Bidirectional Parallel Port with EPP Mode
Serial Port (UART)
Keyboard Interface
Support for external 8042 SCP
XT interface
Matrix scanned with SCP emulation
General-Purpose Input/Output Signals
Infrared (IrDA) Port
PC Card Controller
Sockets
PCMCIA 2.1-compliant
82365-compatible
LCD Graphics Controller
Programmable clock frequency
Unified memory architecture (UMA)
JTAG Support
Pin Count and Package
VCC: CPU core
On-chip peripheral logic
I/O tolerance (designated pins)
Processor Clock Rate
ÉlanSC410
Am486 CPU
8-Kbyte Write-Back
Yes
No
16, 32 bit
8, 16 bit
No
32 bit
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
ÉlanSC400
Am486 CPU
8-Kbyte Write-Back
Yes
No
16, 32 bit
8, 16 bit
No
32 bit
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
8, 16, 32 bit
3 x 64 Mbyte
3
Yes
Yes
8, 16, 32 bit
3 x 64 Mbyte
3
Yes
Yes
4
16, 32 bit
64 Mbyte
Yes
ROM-mappable
4
16, 32 bit
64 Mbyte
Yes
ROM-mappable
Yes
Yes
Yes
2
8, 16 bit
7
2
2
8
Yes
16550-compatible
Yes
Yes
Yes
2
8, 16 bit
7
2
2
8
Yes
16550-compatible
Yes
Yes
Yes
32
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
32
Yes
Yes
2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
292 BGA
2.7–3.3 V
3.3 V
5V
33, 66, 100 MHz
No
Yes
292 BGA
2.7–3.3 V
3.3 V
5V
33, 66, 100 MHz
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
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BLOCK DIAGRAM—ÉlanSC400 MICROCONTROLLER
ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller
Addr
Data
Am486®
CPU
Memory
Management
Unit
System Address Bus
Address
Decoder
Addr
Dual DMA
Controllers
8237
Data
Steering
Power
GPIOs
Management
Unit
Clock I/O
32-kHz Crystal
Clock
Generation
LCD
Graphics
Controller
Real-Time
Clock
Graphics or
Internal
Bus
Local Bus Controller
Local Bus
Controller
Boundary
Scan
AT Port
Logic
System
Arbiter
Timer
8254
GPIOs
Dual Interrupt
Controllers
8259
Socket A Ctrl
GPIOs or
Parallel Port or
PC Card Socket B
Serial Port
Infrared
4
DRAM Control
Memory
Controller
PC Card
Controller
GPIOs
ROM Control
DRAM Control or
Keyboard Rows
GPIOs
Keyboard
Interface:
Matrix/XT/SCP
EPP
Parallel
Port
UART
16550
Infrared
Port
Data Bus
ISA Bus
Controller
GPIOs
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
GPIOs or
Keyboard Rows
Columns or
XT Keyboard
ISA Control or
Keyboard Rows
ISA Control
ISA Control or
GPIOs
BLOCK DIAGRAM—ÉlanSC410 MICROCONTROLLER
ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller
Addr
Data
Am486®
CPU
Memory
Management
Unit
System Address Bus
Address
Decoder
Addr
Dual DMA
Controllers
8237
Data
Steering
Power
GPIOs
Management
Unit
Clock I/O
32-kHz Crystal
Internal
Bus
Clock
Generation
Local Bus
Controller
Real-Time
Clock
Boundary
Scan
GPIOs
Timer
8254
DRAM Control
Dual Interrupt
Controllers
8259
GPIOs
Memory
Controller
Infrared
Keyboard Rows
GPIOs
GPIOs or
Keyboard Rows
Keyboard
Interface:
Matrix/XT/SCP
UART
16550
Infrared
Port
ROM Control
DRAM Control or
EPP
Parallel
Port
Serial Port
Local Bus Controller
System
Arbiter
AT Port
Logic
GPIOs or
Parallel Port
Data Bus
ISA Bus
Controller
GPIOs
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Columns or
XT Keyboard
ISA Control or
Keyboard Rows
ISA Control
ISA Control or
GPIOs
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LOGIC SYMBOL—ÉlanSC400 MICROCONTROLLER
LCDD7 [VL_BE3]
LCDD6 [VL_LDEV]
MWE
LCDD5 [VL_D/C]
CASL/H1–CASL/H0
LCDD4 [VL_LRDY]
LCDD0 [VL_RST]
RAS1–RAS0
MA11–MA5
MA4
MA3 {CFG3}
MA2 {CFG2}
MA1 {CFG1}
M [VL_BE2]
MA0 {CFG0}
LCDD3 [VL_M/IO]
LCDD2 [VL_W/R]
LCD Graphics
Controller or
VESA Local Bus
LCDD1 [VL_ADS]
DRAM Interface
and Feature
Configuration Pins
LC [VL_BE1]
D15–D0
SCK [VL_BE0]
FRM [VL_LCLK]
SD15–SD0 [D31–D16]
DRAM, VL, ROM, ISA
and PC Card Data
LVEE [VL_BRDY]
8-Pin Serial Port
LVDD [VL_BLAST]
SA25–SA0
DTR, RTS, SOUT
ROMCS1–ROMCS0
ROMRD
ROMWR
CTS, DCD, DSR
RIN, SIN
Infrared Interface
Power
Management
Interface
GPIOs
GPIO/External
Buffer Control
SIROUT
SIRIN
GPIO_CS0
GPIO_CS1
MCEL_A [[BNDSCN_TCK]]
GPIO_CS2 [[DBUFRDL]]
RST_A [[BNDSCN_TDI]]
REG_A [[BNDSCN_TDO]]
GPIO_CS4 [[DBUFOE]]
GPIO/ISA
Interface
GPIO_CS11 [PDACK0]
GPIO_CS12 [PDRQ0]
GPIO_CS13 [PCMA_VCC]
GPIO_CS14 [PCMA_VPP1]
GPIO15 [PCMA_VPP2]
GPIO/PC Card
Power Control
GPIO16 [PCMB_VCC]
GPIO17 [PCMB_VPP1]
GPIO18 [PCMB_VPP2]
GPIO19 [LBL2]
GPIO20 [CD_A2]
Scan Keyboard
Columns/IRQs/XT
Keyboard Interface
KBD_COL7
KBD_COL6-2 / PIRQ7-3
PC Card Command
ISA Bus Command
and Reset
MCEH_A [[BNDSCN_TMS]]
GPIO_CS3 [[DBUFRDH]]
GPIO_CS5 [IOCS16]
ROM/Flash Memory
Control
IOR
IOW
MEMR
MEMW
RSTDRV
ACIN
BL2–BL1
BL0 [CLK_IO]
GPIO_CS6 [IOCHRDY]
GPIO_CS7 [PIRQ1]
GPIO_CS8 [PIRQ0]
GPIO_CS9 [TC]
GPIO_CS10 [AEN]
VL, ROM, ISA, and
PC Card Address
ÉlanSC400
Microcontroller
292 BGA
CD_A
RDY_A
BVD1_A, BVD2_A
WP_A
Dedicated Single
Slot PC Card and
Boundary Scan
Interface
WAIT_AB
OE
WE
ICDIR
GPIO31 [STRB] [MCEL_B]
GPIO30 [AFDT] [MCEH_B]
GPIO29 [SLCTIN] [RST_B]
GPIO28 [INIT] [REG_B]
GPIO27 [ERROR] [CD_B]
GPIO26 [PE] [RDY_B]
Parallel Port or
Second PC Card or
GPIOs
GPIO25 [ACK] [BVD1_B]
GPIO24 [BUSY] [BVD2_B]
GPIO23 [SLCT] [WP_B]
KBD COL1-0 [XT_CLK/DATA]
SUS_RES / KBD_ROW14
GPIO22 [PPOEN]
KBD_ROW13 [[R32BFOE]]
GPIO21 [PPDWE]
KBD_ROW12 [MCS16]
Scan Keyboard
Rows/ISA Interface
KBD_ROW11 [SBHE]
KBD_ROW10 [BALE]
KBD_ROW9 [PIRQ2]
KBD_ROW8 [PDRQ1]
KBD_ROW7 [PDACK1]
Scan Keyboard
Rows/DRAM
Interface
LF_INT, LF_LS
32-kHz Crystal
Loop Filters
LF_VID, LF_HS
RESET
KBD_ROW6 [MA12]
VCC_RTC
KBD_ROW5 [RAS3]
BBATSEN
Reset
RTC
KBD_ROW4 [RAS2]
KBD_ROW3 [CASH3]
SPKR
Speaker
KBD_ROW2 [CASH2]
KBD_ROW1 [CASL3]
Notes:
32KXTAL1, 32KXTAL2
BNDSCN_EN
KBD_ROW0 [CASL2]
Boundary Scan
Enable
/ =Two functions available on the pin at the same time. { } = Function during hardware reset. [ ] = Alternative function selected by
firmware configuration. [[ ]] = Alternate function selected by a hardware configuration pin state at power-on reset. This does not apply
to [[BNDSCN_TCK]], [[BNDSCN_TMS]], [[BNDSCN_TDI]], and [[BNDSCN_TDO]]. These alternate functions are enabled by the
BNDSCN_EN signal.
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Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
LOGIC SYMBOL—ÉLANSC410 MICROCONTROLLER
VL_BE3
VL_LDEV
MWE
VL_D/C
CASL/H1–CASL/H0
VL_LRDY
VL_RST
RAS1–RAS0
MA11–MA5
MA4
MA3 {CFG3}
MA2
MA1 {CFG1}
VL_BE2
MA0 {CFG0}
VL_M/IO
VL_W/R
VESA Local Bus
VL_ADS
DRAM Interface
and Feature
Configuration Pins
VL_BE1
D15–D0
VL_BE0
VL_LCLK
SD15–SD0 [D31–D16]
DRAM, VL, ROM,
and ISA Data
VL_BRDY
SA25–SA0
VL_BLAST
VL, ROM, and ISA
Address
DTR, RTS, SOUT
8-Pin Serial Port
ROMCS1–ROMCS0
ROMRD
ROMWR
CTS, DCD, DSR
RIN, SIN
Infrared Interface
Power
Management
Interface
GPIOs
GPIO/External
Buffer Control
SIROUT
SIRIN
IOR
ACIN
BL2–BL1
BL0 [CLK_IO]
IOW
MEMR
MEMW
RSTDRV
GPIO_CS0
GPIO_CS1
GPIO_CS2 [[DBUFRDL]]
[[BNDSCN_TMS]]
GPIO_CS4 [[DBUFOE]]
GPIO/ISA
Interface
GPIO_CS6 [IOCHRDY]
GPIO_CS7 [PIRQ1]
GPIO_CS8 [PIRQ0]
GPIO_CS9 [TC]
GPIO_CS10 [AEN]
GPIO_CS11 [PDACK0]
GPIO_CS12 [PDRQ0]
GPIO/
Power Control
GPIO_CS13
GPIO_CS14
GPIO15
GPIO16
GPIO17
GPIO18
GPIO19 [LBL2]
GPIO20
ISA Bus Command
and Reset
[[BNDSCN_TCK]]
GPIO_CS3 [[DBUFRDH]]
GPIO_CS5 [IOCS16]
ROM/Flash Memory
Control
ÉlanSC410
Microcontroller
292 BGA
[[BNDSCN_TDI]]
[[BNDSCN_TDO]]
Boundary Scan
Interface
GPIO31 [STRB]
GPIO30 [AFDT]
GPIO29 [SLCTIN]
GPIO28 [INIT]
GPIO27 [ERROR]
Parallel Port or
GPIOs
GPIO26 [PE]
GPIO25 [ACK]
GPIO24 [BUSY]
GPIO23 [SLCT]
GPIO22 [PPOEN]
Scan Keyboard
Columns/IRQs/XT
Keyboard Interface
KBD_COL7
KBD_COL6-2 / PIRQ7-3
KBD_ROW13 [[R32BFOE]]
KBD_ROW12 [MCS16]
Scan Keyboard
Rows/ISA Interface
GPIO21 [PPDWE]
KBD COL1-0 [XT_CLK/DATA]
SUS_RES / KBD_ROW14
KBD_ROW11 [SBHE]
KBD_ROW10 [BALE]
KBD_ROW9 [PIRQ2]
KBD_ROW8 [PDRQ1]
32KXTAL1, 32KXTAL2
LF_INT, LF_LS
32-kHz Crystal
Loop Filters
LF_HS
RESET
Reset
KBD_ROW7 [PDACK1]
Scan Keyboard
Rows/DRAM
Interface
KBD_ROW6 [MA12]
VCC_RTC
KBD_ROW5 [RAS3]
BBATSEN
RTC
KBD_ROW4 [RAS2]
KBD_ROW3 [CASH3]
SPKR
Speaker
KBD_ROW2 [CASH2]
KBD_ROW1 [CASL3]
BNDSCN_EN
KBD_ROW0 [CASL2]
Boundary Scan
Enable
Notes:
/ =Two functions available on the pin at the same time. { } = Function during hardware reset. [ ] = Alternative function selected
by firmware configuration. [[ ]] = Alternate function selected by a hardware configuration pin state at power-on reset. This does not
apply to [[BNDSCN_TCK]], [[BNDSCN_TMS]], [[BNDSCN_TDI]], and [[BNDSCN_TDO]]. These functions are enabled by the
BNDSCN_EN signal.
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Distinctive Characteristics ............................................................................................................ 1
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers ...................................................................... 1
ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only ............................................................................................. 1
General Description ..................................................................................................................... 2
Block Diagram—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller .............................................................................. 4
Block Diagram—ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller .............................................................................. 5
Logic Symbol—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller ................................................................................. 6
Logic Symbol—ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller ................................................................................. 7
Related AMD Products .............................................................................................................. 12
E86™ Family Devices ........................................................................................................... 12
Related Documents ............................................................................................................... 12
Élan™SC400 Microcontroller Evaluation Board ................................................................... 13
Third-Party Development Support Products ...................................................................................13
Customer Service .................................................................................................................. 13
Architectural Overview ............................................................................................................... 13
Low-Voltage Am486 CPU Core ............................................................................................ 14
Power Management .............................................................................................................. 14
Clock Generation .................................................................................................................. 14
ROM/Flash Memory Interface ............................................................................................... 15
DRAM Controller ................................................................................................................... 15
Integrated Standard PC/AT Peripherals ................................................................................ 15
PC/AT Support Features ....................................................................................................... 16
Bidirectional Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) .......................................................................... 16
Serial Port .............................................................................................................................. 17
Keyboard Interfaces .............................................................................................................. 17
Programmable General-Purpose Inputs and Outputs ........................................................... 17
Infrared Port for Wireless Communication ............................................................................ 17
Dual PC Card Controller (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ................................................. 17
Graphics Controller for CGA-Compatible Text and Graphics (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) .. 17
JTAG Test Features .............................................................................................................. 18
System Interfaces ................................................................................................................. 18
System Considerations .............................................................................................................. 20
Connection Diagram—ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers ........................................ 24
Pin Designations ........................................................................................................................ 25
Pin Naming ............................................................................................................................ 25
Pin Changes for the ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller ....................................................................... 25
Pin Designations (Pin Number)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller ................................................... 26
Pin Designations (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller ...................................................... 29
Pin Designations (Pin Number)—ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller ................................................... 33
Pin Designations (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller ...................................................... 36
Pin State Tables ........................................................................................................................ 40
Pin Characteristics ................................................................................................................ 40
Using the Pin State Tables .................................................................................................... 41
Signal Descriptions .................................................................................................................... 62
Multiplexed Pin Function Options .......................................................................................... 70
Using the Configuration Pins to Select Pin Functions............................................................ 74
Clocking ..................................................................................................................................... 76
Clock Generation .................................................................................................................. 76
Integrated Peripheral Clock Sources .................................................................................... 77
32-kHz Crystal Oscillator ....................................................................................................... 79
Loop Filters ........................................................................................................................... 79
Intermediate and Low-Speed PLLs ....................................................................................... 79
Graphics Dot Clock PLL (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ................................................. 80
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Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
High-Speed PLL .................................................................................................................... 81
Band Gap Block .................................................................................................................... 81
RTC Voltage Monitor ............................................................................................................. 81
Clock Specifications .............................................................................................................. 83
Absolute Maximum Ratings ....................................................................................................... 86
Operating Ranges ...................................................................................................................... 86
DC Characteristics Over Commercial and Industrial Operating Ranges .................................... 86
Capacitance ............................................................................................................................... 87
Typical Power Numbers ............................................................................................................. 88
Power Requirements Under Different Power Management Modes ...................................... 88
Derating Curves ......................................................................................................................... 89
AC Switching Characteristics and Waveforms .......................................................................... 91
Key to Switching Waveforms ................................................................................................ 91
AC Switching Test Waveforms .................................................................................................. 91
AC Switching Characteristics over Commercial and Industrial Operating Ranges ............... 92
Thermal Characteristics ........................................................................................................... 130
Physical Dimensions—BGA 292—Plastic Ball Grid Array ...................................................... 131
LIST OF FIGURES
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Figure 34.
Typical Mobile Terminal Design ............................................................................. 21
System Diagram with Trade-offs—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller ............................. 22
System Design with Trade-offs—ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller ............................... 23
Clock Generation Block Diagram ........................................................................... 76
Clock Source Block Diagram ................................................................................. 78
32-kHz Crystal Circuit ............................................................................................ 79
32-kHz Oscillator Circuit ........................................................................................ 79
Intermediate and Low-Speed PLLs Block Diagram ............................................... 80
Graphics Dot Clock PLL Block Diagram ................................................................ 81
High-Speed PLL Block Diagram ............................................................................ 82
RTC Voltage Monitor Circuit .................................................................................. 82
Timing Diagram for RTC-On Power-Down Sequence ........................................... 83
PLL Enabling Timing Sequence ............................................................................ 85
3.3-V I/O Drive Type A Rise Time ......................................................................... 89
3.3-V I/O Drive Type A Fall Time ........................................................................... 89
3.3-V I/O Drive Type B Rise Time ......................................................................... 89
3.3-V I/O Drive Type B Fall Time ........................................................................... 89
3.3-V I/O Drive Type C Rise Time ......................................................................... 90
3.3-V I/O Drive Type C Fall Time ........................................................................... 90
3.3-V I/O Drive Type D Rise Time ......................................................................... 90
3.3-V I/O Drive Type D Fall Time ........................................................................... 90
3.3-V I/O Drive Type E Rise Time ......................................................................... 90
3.3-V I/O Drive Type E Fall Time ........................................................................... 90
Power-Up Timing Sequence .................................................................................. 92
Fast Mode 8-/16-/32-Bit ROM/Flash Memory Read Cycle .................................... 94
Fast Mode CPU Read of Three Consecutive Bytes from 8-Bit ROM/Flash Memory .. 95
Fast Mode 8-/16-/32-Bit Flash Memory Write Cycles ............................................ 95
Fast Mode 16-Bit Burst ROM Read Cycles ........................................................... 96
Fast Mode CPU Burst Read from 32-Bit Burst Mode ROM/Flash Memory ........... 96
Normal Mode 8-/16-Bit ROM/Flash Memory Read Cycles .................................... 97
Normal Mode 8-/16-Bit Flash Memory Write Cycles .............................................. 97
DRAM Page Hit Read, Interleaved ........................................................................ 99
DRAM Page Hit Write, Interleaved ........................................................................ 99
DRAM Page Miss Read, Interleaved ................................................................... 100
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DRAM Page Hit Read, Non-Interleaved .............................................................. 100
DRAM Page Hit Write, Non-Interleaved .............................................................. 101
DRAM Page Miss Read, Non-Interleaved ........................................................... 101
EDO DRAM Page Hit Read, Non-Interleaved ..................................................... 102
EDO DRAM Page Miss Read, Non-Interleaved .................................................. 102
DRAM CAS-Before-RAS Refresh ........................................................................ 103
DRAM Self-Refresh ............................................................................................. 103
DRAM Slow Refresh ............................................................................................ 104
8-Bit ISA Bus Cycles ............................................................................................ 107
16-Bit ISA Bus Cycles .......................................................................................... 108
ISA DMA Read Cycle .......................................................................................... 109
ISA DMA Write Cycle ........................................................................................... 110
VESA Local Bus Cycles ....................................................................................... 112
EPP Parallel Port Write Cycle .............................................................................. 114
EPP Parallel Port Read Cycle ............................................................................. 115
I/O Decode (R/W), Address Decode Only ........................................................... 116
I/O Decode (R/W), Command Qualified .............................................................. 116
I/O Decode (R/W), GPIO_CSx as 8042CS Timing .............................................. 117
Memory CS Decode (R/W), Address Decode Only ............................................. 117
Memory CS Decode (R/W), Command Qualified ................................................ 118
PC Card Attribute Memory Read Cycle (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ........ 120
PC Card Attribute Memory Write Cycle (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ......... 121
PC Card Common Memory Read Cycle (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ....... 122
PC Card Common Memory Write Cycle (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ....... 123
PC Card I/O Read Cycle ...................................................................................... 124
PC Card I/O Write Cycle ...................................................................................... 125
PC Card DMA Read Cycle (Memory Read to I/O Write) ..................................... 126
PC Card DMA Write Cycle (I/O Read to Memory Write) ..................................... 127
Graphics Panel Interface Timing (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ................... 128
Graphics Panel Power Sequencing (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) .............. 129
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Product Comparison—ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers ...................... 3
Drive Output Description ........................................................................................ 40
Pin Type Abbreviations .......................................................................................... 40
Power Pin Type Abbreviations ............................................................................... 41
Power-Down Groups ............................................................................................. 41
Pin State Table—System Interface ........................................................................ 42
Pin State Table—Memory Interface ....................................................................... 44
Pin State Table—GPIOs/Parallel Port/PC Card Socket B ..................................... 47
Pin State Table—GPIOs/ISA Bus .......................................................................... 49
Pin State Table—GPIOs/System Data (SD) Buffer Control ................................... 51
Pin State Table—GPIOs ........................................................................................ 52
Pin State Table—Serial Port .................................................................................. 52
Pin State Table—Infrared Interface ....................................................................... 52
Pin State Table—Keyboard Interface .................................................................... 53
Pin State Table—PC Card Socket A ..................................................................... 55
Pin State Table—Graphics Controller/VESA Local Bus Control ............................ 56
Pin State Table—Miscellaneous ............................................................................ 58
Pin State Table—Power and Ground .................................................................... 59
Signal Description Table ........................................................................................ 62
Multiplexed Pin Configuration Options ................................................................... 70
Pinstrap Bus Buffer Options .................................................................................. 74
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CFG0 and CFG1 Configuration ............................................................................. 74
CFG2 Configuration (ÉlanSC400 microcontroller only) ......................................... 74
CFG3 Configuration ............................................................................................... 75
BNDSCN_EN Configuration .................................................................................. 75
Integrated Peripheral Clock Sources ..................................................................... 77
Frequency Selection Control for Graphics Dot Clock PLL ..................................... 80
Loop-Filter Component Specification for PLLs ...................................................... 84
Analog VCC (VCCA) Specification ......................................................................... 84
32.768-kHz Crystal Characteristics ....................................................................... 84
Start-Up Time Specifications PLLs ........................................................................ 84
PLL Jitter Specification .......................................................................................... 85
Operating Voltage (Commercial and Industrial) ..................................................... 87
Power Estimates .................................................................................................... 88
Power-On Reset Cycle .......................................................................................... 92
ROM/Flash Memory Cycles ................................................................................... 93
DRAM Cycles ........................................................................................................ 98
ISA Cycles ........................................................................................................... 105
VESA Local Bus Cycles ....................................................................................... 111
Parallel Port Cycles ............................................................................................. 113
General-Purpose Input/Output Cycles ................................................................. 115
PC Card Cycles—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only ............................................ 119
PC Card Attribute Memory Read Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) .... 120
PC Card Attribute Memory Write Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) .... 121
PC Card Common Memory Read Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) .. 122
PC Card Common Memory Write Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ... 123
PC Card I/O Read Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) .......................... 124
PC Card I/O Write Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) .......................... 125
PC Card DMA Read Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ....................... 126
PC Card DMA Write Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) ....................... 127
LCD Graphics Controller Cycles—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only ................... 128
Thermal Resistance ΨJ-T and θJA (°C/W) for the 292-BGA Package) ................. 130
Maximum TA at Various Airflows in °C ................................................................ 130
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The following documents provide additional
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microcontrollers.
■ ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 User’s Manual,
order #21030
■ ÉlanSC400 Register Set Reference Manual,
order #21032
■ ÉlanSC400 Register Set Reference
Amendment, order #21032A/1
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■ ÉlanSC400 Evaluation Board User’s Manual,
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ARCHITECTURAL OVERVIEW
The architectural goals of the ÉlanSC400 and
ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers included a focus on CPU
performance, CPU-to-memory performance, and internal graphics controller (ÉlanSC400 microcontroller
only) performance. The resulting architecture includes
several distinguishing features of interest to the system
designer:
■ The main system DRAM is shared between the
CPU and graphics controller, so that the graphics
controller can be serviced quickly to maintain video
display performance at higher panel resolutions.
The internal unified memory architecture (UMA)
implemented on the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410
microcontrollers means lower cost and less
complication for the system designer, with only one
DRAM interface, fewer pins, and a much smaller
board for many designs.
■ CPU-to-memory performance is critical for both
DRAM and ROM accesses. The CPU on the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller has a concurrent path to
the ROM/Flash memory interface and can execute
code out of ROM/Flash memory at the same time
as the graphics controller is accessing DRAM for a
screen refresh. Many system designs can take
advantage of this concurrency without sacrificing
performance.
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■ The ROM/Flash memory interface provides the flexibility to optimize the performance of ROM cycles,
including the support of burst-mode ROMs. This is
ben efi ci al bec aus e p ro duc ts bas ed on th e
ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers may
be implemented such that the operating system or
application programs are executed from ROM.
■ Because the microcontrollers support a large number of external buses and interfaces, the address
and data buses are shared between the various interfaces to reduce pin count on the chip.
These features result in a versatile architecture that
can use various combinations of data bus sizes to
achieve cost and performance goals. The architecture
provides maximum performance and flexibility for highend vertical applications, but contains functionality for
a wider horizontal market that may demand less
performance.
■ A typical lower performance/lower cost system
might implement 16-bit DRAM banks, an 8-bit ISA
bus, an 8/16-bit PC Card bus, and use the internal
graphic controller.
■ A higher performance, full-featured system might
include 32-bit DRAM, VL-bus to an external graphics controller, and a 16-bit ISA/PC Card bus.
tem performance by significantly reducing traffic on
the DRAM bus.
■ System management mode (SMM) facilitates designs requiring power management by providing a
mechanism to control power to unneeded peripherals transparently to application software.
To reduce power consumption, the floating-point unit
has been removed from the Am486 CPU core. Floating-point instructions are not supported on the
ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers, although
normal software emulation can be easily implemented.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers use
the industry-standard 486 instruction set. Software
written for the 486 microprocessor and previous members of the x86 architecture family can run on the
ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers.
Power Management
Power management on the ÉlanSC400 and
ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers includes a dedicated
power management unit and additional power management features built into each integrated peripheral.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers can
use the following techniques to conserve power:
■ Slow down clocks when the system is not in active use
The following basic data bus configuration rules apply.
(A complete list of feature trade-offs to be considered
in system design can be found in “System Considerations” on page 20.)
■ Shut off clocks to parts of the chip that are idle
■ When the internal graphics controller on the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller is enabled, DRAM is always 16 bits wide, and no 32-bit targets are supported. This is because the graphics controller
needs a guaranteed short latency for adequate
video performance. If either 32-bit DRAMs, 32-bit
ROMs, or the VL-bus is enabled, the internal graphics controller is unavailable.
The power management unit (PMU) controls stopping
and changing clocks, SMI generation, timers, activities,
and battery-level monitoring. It provides:
Note that, as a derivative of the original ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller shares
the primary architectural characteristics of the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller described above, minus
the graphics controller and PCMCIA interfaces.
■ Switch off power to parts of the system that are idle
■ Automatically reduce power use when batteries are low
■ Hyper-Speed, High-Speed, Low-Speed, Temporary
Low-Speed, Standby, Suspend, and Critical
Suspend modes
■ Dynamically adjusted clock speeds for power
reduction
■ Programmable activity and wake-up monitoring
■ General-purpose I/O signals to control external
devices and external power management
■ Battery low and AC power monitoring
The following sections provide an overview of the features of the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers,
including on-chip peripherals and system interfaces.
■ SMI/NMI synchronization and generation
Low-Voltage Am486 CPU Core
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers require only one 32.768-kHz crystal to generate all the
other clock frequencies required by the system. The
output of the on-chip crystal oscillator circuit is used to
generate the various frequencies by utilizing four
Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) circuits (three for the
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller). An additional PLL in the
CPU is used for Hyper-Speed mode.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers are
based on the low-voltage Am486 CPU core. The core
includes the following features:
■ 2.7–3.3-V operation reduces power consumption
■ Industry-standard 8-Kbyte unified code and data
write-back cache improves both CPU and total sys-
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Clock Generation
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
ROM/Flash Memory Interface
■ Fast page and Extended Data Out (EDO) DRAMs
The integrated ROM/Flash memory interface supports
the following features:
■ Two-way interleaved operation among identically
populated banks using fast-page mode devices
■ 8-, 16-, and 32-bit ROM/Flash memory interfaces
■ Mixed depth and width of DRAM banks in non-interleaved mode
■ Three ROM/Flash memory chip selects
■ Burst-mode ROMs
■ ROM accesses at both ISA and CPU speeds
(normal and fast-speed modes)
■ Dedicated ROM Read and ROM Write signals for
better performance
Each ROM space can accommodate up to 64 Mbyte of
ROM. The three ROM spaces can be individually writeprotected. This is useful for protecting code residing in
Flash memory devices.
Two of the three ROM/Flash memory chip selects can
be remapped to a PC Card socket via pinstrap or software control. This feature supports reprogramming of
soldered-down Flash memory boot devices and also
simplifies testing of BIOS/XIP OS code.
Three ROM access modes are supported: Normal
mode, Fast mode, and Burst mode. A different set of
timings is used in each mode. In Normal ROM access
mode, the bus cycles follow ISA-like timings. In Fast
ROM access mode, the bus cycle timing occurs at the
CPU clock rate with controls for wait-state insertion.
Burst ROM access timing is used when the ROM/Flash
memory interface is fulfilling an internal CPU burst request to support a cache line refill.
Wait states are supported for all ROM and Flash memory accesses, including Burst mode. Burst-mode
(page-mode) ROM reads are supported for either a
16- or 32-bit ROM interface running in Fast mode.
■ Symmetrical and asymmetrical DRAM support
Integrated Standard PC/AT Peripherals
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers include all the standard peripheral controllers that make
up a PC/AT system.
Dual DMA Controllers
Dual, cascaded, 8237A-compatible DMA controllers
provide seven user-definable DMA channels. Of the
seven internal channels, four are 8-bit channels and
three are 16-bit channels. Channel 4 is used for the cascade function.
Any two of the seven channels can be mapped simultaneously to external DMA request/acknowledge lines.
The DMA controller on the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410
microcontrollers is software compatible with the PC/AT
cascaded 8237 controller pair. Its features include:
■ Single, block, and demand transfer modes
■ Enable/disable channel controller
■ Address increment or decrement
■ Software priority
■ 64-Mbyte system address space for increased
performance
■ Dynamic clock-enable design for reducing clocked
elements during DMA inactivity
■ Programmable clock frequency for performance
DRAM Controller
Dual Interrupt Controllers
The integrated DRAM controller provides the signals and
associated timing necessary to support an external
DRAM array with minimal software programming and
overhead. Internal programmable registers are provided
to select the DRAM type and operating mode, as well as
refresh options. A wide variety of commodity DRAMs are
supported, and substantial flexibility is built into the DRAM
controller to optimize performance of the CPU and (on the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller) the internal graphics controller, which uses system DRAM for its buffers.
Dual, cascaded, 8259-compatible programmable
interrupt controllers support 15 user-definable interrupt
levels. Eight external interrupt requests can be mapped
to any of the 15 internal IRQ inputs.
The DRAM controller supports the following features:
■ 3.3-V, 70-ns DRAMs
The interrupt controller block includes these features:
■ Software-compatibility with PC/AT interrupt controllers
■ 15-level priority controller
■ Programmable interrupt modes
■ Individual interrupt request mask capability
■ Accepts requests from peripherals
■ Up to four banks
■ Resolves priority on pending interrupts and
interrupts in service
■ 16-bit or 32-bit banks
■ Issues interrupt request to processor
■ Up to 64 Mbyte of total memory
■ Provides interrupt vectors for interrupt service routines
■ Self-refresh DRAMs
■ Tied into the PMU for power management
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
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The interrupt controller block is functionally compatible
with the standard cascaded 8259A controller pair as
implemented in the PC/AT system. The master controller drives the CPU’s interrupt input signal based on the
highest priority interrupt request pending at the master
controller’s IRQ7–IRQ0 inputs. The master IRQ2 input
is configured for Cascade mode and is driven only by
the slave controller’s interrupt output signal. The highest pending interrupt at the slave’s IRQ inputs will
therefore drive the IRQ2 input of the master.
The interrupt controller has programmable sources for
interrupts that are controlled through extended configuration registers and, on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, through PC Card controller configuration registers.
Programmable Interval Timer (PIT)
The programmable interval timer (PIT) on the
ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers is software-compatible with PC/AT 8254 system timers. The
PIT provides three 16-bit counters that can be operated
independently in six different modes. The PIT is generally used for timing external events, counting, and produc ing repetitive waveforms. The PIT c an be
programmed to count in binary or in BCD.
Real-Time Clock (RTC)
T h e RT C d e s i g n e d i n t o t h e É l a n S C 4 0 0 a n d
ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers is compatible with the
MC146818A device used in PC/AT systems. The RTC
consists of a time-of-day clock with alarm interrupt and
a 100-year calendar. The clock/calendar has a programmable periodic interrupt, 114 bytes of static user
RAM, and can be represented in either binary or BCD.
The RTC includes the following features:
■ Counts seconds, minutes, and hours of the day
■ Counts days of the week, date, month, and year
■ 12–24 hour clock with AM and PM indication in
12-hour mode
■ 14 clock, status, and control registers
■ 114 bytes of general-purpose RAM
■ Three separately software-maskable and testable
interrupts
– Time-of-day alarm is programmable to occur
from once-per-second to once-per-day
– Periodic interrupts can be continued to occur at
rates from 122 µs to 500 ms
– Update-ended interrupt provides cycle status
■ Voltage monitor circuit checks the voltage level of
the lithium backup battery and sets a bit when the
battery is below specification.
■ Internal RTC reset signal performs a reset when
power is applied to the RTC core.
PC/AT Support Features
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers
provide all of the support functions found in the original
IBM PC/AT. These include the Port B status and control
bits, speaker control, CPU-core reset based on the
system control processor (SCP), and A20 gate control,
as well as extensions for fast CPU core reset. In
addition, a CPU shutdown cycle (e.g., as a result of a
triple fault) generates a CPU core reset.
Bidirectional Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP)
The parallel port on the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410
microcontrollers is functionally compatible with IBM
PC/AT and PS/2 systems, with an added EPP mode for
faster transfers. The microcontroller’s parallel port interface provides all the status inputs, control outputs,
and the control signals necessary for the external parallel port data buffers.
The parallel port interface on both microcontrollers is
shared with some of the GPIO signals and, on the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, with the second PC Card
socket interface. Only one of these interfaces can be
enabled at one time.
The parallel port interface can be configured to operate
in one of three different modes of operation:
■ PC/AT Compatible mode: This mode provides a
byte-wide forward (host-to-peripheral) channel with
data and status lines used according to their original
(Centronics) definitions in the IBM PC/AT.
■ Bidirectional mode: This mode offers byte-wide bidirectional parallel data transfers between host and
peripheral, equivalent to the parallel interface on the
IBM PS/2.
■ Enhanced Parallel Port (EPP) mode: This mode
provides a byte-wide bidirectional channel controlled by the microcontroller. It provides separate
address and data cycles over the eight data lines of
the interface with an automatic address and data
strobe for the address and data cycles, respectively.
EPP mode offers wider system bandwidth and increased performance over both the PC/AT Compatible and Bidirectional modes.
■ Dedicated power pin directly supports lithium
backup battery when the rest of the chip is completely powered down (RTC-only mode)
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Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Serial Port
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers include an industry-standard 16550A UART. The UART
can be used to drive a standard 8-pin serial interface or
a 2-pin infrared interface. The serial interface and infrared interface signals are available on the ÉlanSC400
and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers at all times, though
only one is available at any given time.
The UART powers up as a 16450-compatible device. It
can be switched to and from the FIFO (16550) mode
under software control. In the FIFO mode, the receive
and the transmit circuitry are each enhanced by separate 16-byte FIFOs to off-load the CPU from repetitive
service routines.
The serial port includes the following features:
■ Eight-pin interface: serial in, serial out, two modem
control lines, and four modem status lines
(NMIs), wake-ups, or activities for the power management unit. They can also be used as I/O or memory
chip selects.
Infrared Port for Wireless Communication
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers support infrared data transfer. This support consists of
adding additional transmit and receive serializers as
well as a controlling state machine and DMA interface
to the internal UART.
The integrated infrared port includes these features:
■ Low-speed mode supports all bit rates from UART,
up to 115 Kbit/s
■ High-speed mode transfers 1.152 Mbit/s using DMA
Dual PC Card Controller
(ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
■ Baud-rate generator provides input clock divisor
from 1 to 65535 to create 16x clock
The PC Card host bus adapter included on the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller conforms to PCMCIA Standard Release 2.1. It provides support for two sockets,
each implementing the PC Card memory and I/O interfaces. The PC Card controller is not supported on the
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
■ 5-, 6-, 7-, or 8-bit data
The PC Card controller includes the following features:
■ Even, odd, stick, or no parity generation and
checking
■ ExCA-compliant, 82365-register-set compatible
■ Separately enabled receiver line status, receiver
data, character timeout, transmitter holding register,
and modem status interrupts
■ 1, 1-1/2 or 2 stop-bit generation
■ 8-bit and 16-bit data bus
■ Break generation/detection
■ DMA transfers between I/O PC cards and system
DRAM
Keyboard Interfaces
■ Ten available memory windows, five per socket
The integrated keyboard controller has the following
features:
Of the two PC Card sockets supported, only one is
available in all modes of operation. The second socket
is multiplexed with the parallel port and GPIO features.
■ Matrix keyboard support with up to 15 rows and 8
columns
■ Hardware support for software emulation of the
System Control Processor (SCP) emulation logic
■ XT keyboard interface
Programmable General-Purpose
Inputs and Outputs
The chip supports several general-purpose I/O signals
(GPIOs) that can be used on the system board. There
are two classifications of GPIO available: the GPIOx
signals, which are programmable as inputs or outputs
only, and the GPIO_CSx signals.
The GPIO_CSx signals have many programmable options. They can be configured as chip selects. As outputs, these signals are individually programmable to be
High or Low for the following PMU modes: Hyper, HighSpeed, Low-Speed, Standby, and Suspend. As inputs,
they can be programmed to cause System Management Interrupts (SMIs), Non-Maskable Interrupts
Register set compatibility with the 82365SL PC Card
Interface Controller is maintained where features are
common to both controllers.
Of the ten memory windows available, six are dedicated to the PC Card controller and four are shared
with memory mapping system (MMS) Windows C–F.
Two of the three ROM/Flash memory chip selects can
be remapped to a PC Card socket via pinstrap or software control. This feature supports reprogramming of
soldered down Flash memory boot devices and also
simplifies testing of BIOS/XIP OS code.
Graphics Controller for CGA-Compatible
Text and Graphics
(ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
The graphics controller included on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller offers a low-cost integrated graphics solution for the mobile terminal market. Integration with the
main processor and system logic affords the advan-
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
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tages of an integrated local-bus interface and frame
and font buffers that are shared with main memory. The
graphics controller is not supported on the ÉlanSC410
microcontroller.
The graphics controller includes the following features:
■ Supports multiple panel resolutions
■ Provides internal unified memory architecture
(UMA) with optional write-through caching of
graphics buffers
The following graphics mode features are supported:
■ 640 x 200 1 bit-per-pixel, CGA-compatible graphics
buffer memory map
■ 320 x 200 2 bits-per-pixel, CGA-compatible graphics buffer memory map
■ 640 x 480 2 bits-per-pixel, flat memory map (lower
resolutions supported)
■ 640 x 480 1 bit-per-pixel, flat memory map
■ Stores frame and font buffer data in system DRAM,
eliminates extra memory chip
■ 1, 2, or 4 bits-per-pixel packed-pixel flat-mapped
graphics up to 640 x 240/480 x 320 with two mapping modes:
■ Provides software compatibility with Color Graphics
Adapter (CGA), Monochrome Display Adapter
(MDA), and Hercules Graphics Adapter (HGA) text
and graphics
– 16-Kbyte window with bank swapping to address up to 64 Kbyte of graphics frame buffer
while consuming only 16 Kbyte of DOS/Realmode CPU address space
■ Supports single-scan or dual-scan monochrome
LCD panels with 4-bit or 8-bit data interface
– Direct-mapped (no bank swapping) with locatable base address, up to 128-Kbyte direct addressability
■ Typical panels supported include:
– 640 x 200, 640 x 240, 640 x 480, 480 x 320,
480 x 240, 480 x 128, 320 x 200, 320 x 240
– Other resolutions can be supported
■ Supports single-scan color STN panels with 8-bit
interface, same resolutions as monochrome mode
■ Internal local-bus interface provides high performance
■ Logical screen can be larger than physical window.
■ Supports panning and scrolling
■ Supports horizontal dot doubling and vertical line
doubling
The following MDA/CGA-compatible text mode features are supported:
■ 40, 64, or 80 columns with characters 16, 10, or 8
pixels wide
■ Variable height characters up to 32 lines
■ Variable width characters—8, 10, or 16 pixels
■ MDA Monochrome, or CGA 4 gray shades, 16 gray
shades, or 16-colors
■ 16-Kbyte downloadable font area, relocatable on
16-Kbyte boundaries within lower 16 Mbytes of
system DRAM (can be write protected)
■ 16-Kbyte frame buffer, relocatable on either
16-Kbyte boundaries within lower 16 Mbyte of
system DRAM (CGA-compatible mode) or 32-Kbyte
boundaries when the frame buffer is larger than 16
Kbyte (flat-mapped mode)
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■ Hercules Graphics mode emulation (HGA)
JTAG Test Features
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers provide a boundary-scan interface based on the IEEE Std
1149.1, Standard Test Access Port and BoundaryScan Architecture . The test access port provides a
scan interface for testing the microcontroller and system hardware in a production environment. It contains
extensions that allow a hardware-development system
to control and observe the microcontroller without interposing hardware between the microcontroller and the
system.
System Interfaces
Data Buses
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers provide 32 bits of data that are divided into two separate
16-bit buses.
■ System Data Bus: The system (or peripheral) data
bus (SD15–SD0) is always 16 bits wide and is
shared between ISA, 8-bit or 16-bit ROM/Flash
memory, and PC Card peripherals (ÉlanSC400
microcontroller only). It can be directly connected to
all of these devices. In addition, these signals are
the upper word of the VESA local (VL) data bus, the
32-bit DRAM interface, and the 32-bit ROM
interface.
■ Data Bus: The D15–D0 data bus is used during
16-bit DRAM cycles. For 32-bit DRAM, VL-bus, and
ROM cycles, this bus is combined with the system
data bus. In other words, the data bus signals
(D31–D16) are shared with the system data bus
signals SD15–SD0.
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers support the data bus configurations listed below. External
transceivers or buffers can be used to isolate the
buses.
■ 16-bit DRAM bus, 8-/16-bit ROM, 32-bit VL-bus
disabled, internal graphics controller enabled/
disabled
■ 16-/32-bit DRAM bus, 8/16-bit ROM, 32-bit VL-bus
enabled/disabled, internal graphics controller
disabled
■ 16-/32-bit DRAM bus, 32-bit ROM, 32-bit VL-bus
enabled/disabled, internal graphics controller
disabled
See Figure 2 on page 22 and Figure 3 on page 23 for
block diagrams of example systems.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers offer
flexibility in configuring the ROM and DRAM data
buses for different widths. The widths (8/16/32 bits) for
ROMCS0 are programmed during power-up through
two pinstraps, CFG0 and CFG1. The DRAM widths
(16/32 bits) are programmed through configuration
registers. Up to four 16- or 32-bit banks of DRAM are
supported.
Memory Management
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers manage up to nine separate physical device memory address spaces. All but the ISA memory address space
can have a depth of up to 64 Mbyte each. The ISA bus
memory area is limited to 16 Mbyte, as defined by ISA
specifications. The microcontroller will drive all 26 address lines on ISA cycles to allow up to 64-Mbyte address space, as described in the memory management
section of the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers User’s Manual (order #21030)—refer to the
subsection on ISA bus addressing). The nine memory
spaces are:
■ System memory address space (DRAM)
■ ROM0 memory address space (ROMCS0 signal)
■ ROM1 memory address space (ROMCS1 signal)
■ ROM2 memory address space (ROMCS2 signal)
■ PC Card Socket A memory address spaces (common and attribute) (ÉlanSC400 microcontroller only)
■ PC Card Socket B memory address spaces (common and attribute) (ÉlanSC400 microcontroller only)
■ External ISA/VL-bus memory address space
Two of the three ROM/Flash memory chip selects
(ROMCS2–ROMCS0) can be remapped to a PC Card
socket via pinstrap or software control. This feature
supports reprogramming of soldered-down Flash
memory boot devices and also simplifies testing of
BIOS/XIP (execute in place) OS code.
The system memory address space (DRAM) is accessible using direct-mapped CPU addresses and can
also be accessed by the CPU in an indirect method
using the Memory Mapping System (MMS). On the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, DRAM is also accessible
by the integrated graphics controller if enabled.
Address Buses
The ROM0 address space is partially accessible via a
direct mapping of the CPU address bus and partially
accessible via the MMS. The ROM1 and ROM2
address spaces are only accessible indirectly using the
MMS.
There are two external address buses on the
ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers.
■ System Address Bus: The SA25–SA0 system address bus outputs the physical memory or I/O port
latched addresses. These addresses are used by
all external peripheral devices other than main system DRAM. In addition, the system address bus is
the local address bus in VL-bus mode.
■ DRAM Address Bus: DRAM row and column addresses are multiplexed onto the DRAM address
bus (MA12–MA0). Row addresses are driven onto
this bus and are valid upon the falling edge of RAS.
Column addresses are driven onto this bus and are
valid upon the falling edge of CAS.
The SA bus is shared between the ISA bus, the
VL-bus, the ROM/Flash memory controller and, on the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the PC Card controller.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers
provide programmable drive strengths in the I/O
buffers to accommodate loading for various system
configurations.
On the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the PC Card address spaces are accessed through a separate,
82365SL-compatible address mapping system.
The ISA/VL-bus address space is accessible as a
direct mapping of the CPU address bus. ISA memory
cycles are generated when the CPU generates a
memory cycle that is not detected as an access to any
other memory space. An ISA bus memory cycle can
also be generated if the CPU generates a memory
address that resides in the ISA overlapping memory
region window. This window can be defined to overlay
any system memory region below 16 Mbyte.
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
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ISA Bus Interface For External ISA Peripherals
SYSTEM CONSIDERATIONS
The ISA interface consists of a subset of ISA-compatible bus signals, allowing for the connection of 8- or
16-bit devices supporting ISA-compatible I/O, memory,
and DMA cycles. The following features are supported:
Figure 1 shows the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller as it
might be used in a minimal system design.
■ 8.2944-MHz maximum bus clock speed
■ Programmable DMA clock speed up to 16 MHz
■ 8-bit and 16-bit ISA I/O and memory cycles (ISA
memory is non-cacheable)
■ Direct connection to 3- or 5-volt peripherals
Eight programmable IRQ input signals are available.
These interrupts can be routed via software to any
available PC/AT-compatible interrupt channel.
Two programmable DMA channels are available for external DMA peripherals. These DMA channels can be
routed to software to any available ISA DMA channel.
VESA Local (VL) Bus Interface Supports 32-Bit
Memory and I/O Targets
The VESA local (VL) bus controller provides the signals and associated timing necessary to support a single VESA compliant VL-bus target. Multiple VL-bus
targets can be supported using external circuitry to
allow multiple VL devices to share the VL_LDEV signal. This allows the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers to operate as a normal VL-bus motherboard
controller, in accordance with the VL-Bus Standard 2.0.
On the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the VL-bus is
available only when the internal graphics controller is
disabled.
The microcontroller’s VL-bus controller includes the
following features:
■ 33-MHz operation at 3.3 V
■ 32-bit data bus
■ Burst-mode transfers
■ Register control of local bus reset
VESA bus mastering and DMA transfers to and from
the VL-bus target are not supported. VL memory is
non-cacheable.
Figure 2 and Figure 3 show more complex system designs for each microcontroller and the features that are
traded for others because of pin multiplexing.
■ The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers
support a maximum of 4 banks of 32-bit DRAM, but
because the RAS and CAS signals for the high
word and for banks 2 and 3 are traded for keyboard
row signals, the minimum system would have one
or two banks of DRAM (either Bank 0 or Bank 1)
populated with 16-bit DRAMs. The MA12 signal for
asymmetrical support is also traded with a keyboard
row signal.
■ Because the VL-bus and the graphics controller
share control signals on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, use of the internal graphics controller is
traded with having an external VL-bus on that microcontroller.
■ If either 32-bit DRAMs, 32-bit ROMs, or the VL-bus
is enabled, the internal graphics controller on the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller is unavailable because
of internal design constraints.
■ The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers
provide an absolute minimum of dedicated ISA control signals. Any additional ISA controls are traded
with GPIOs or keyboard rows and columns.
■ The SD buffer shares control signals with some of
the GPIOs. This buffer controls the high word of the
D data bus (D31–D16). Note that using the SD
buffer is optional. The high word of the D data bus
can be hooked up directly to devices that want the
SD data bus (SD15–SD0). Buffering aids in voltage
translation or isolation for heavy loading.
■ The R32BFOE signal buffers the high word of the D
data bus (D31–D16) for 32-bit ROMs. The control
signal associated with the ROM32 buffer is shared
with a keyboard row.
■ On the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the parallel port
is traded for PC Card Socket B. It requires an external buffer and latch.
■ The serial and infrared ports share the same internal UART. Real-time switching between the two is
supported; however, only one port is available at
any given time.
■ ROMCS2 is not connected to a dedicated pin. Software can enable and map it to any of the 15
GPIO_CS signals.
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Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Matrix
Keyboard
Bank 0 Bank 1
Row
Conn
Ctrl
DRAM
DRAM
Low
Word
D15–D0
Column
Conn
Ctrl
MA11–MA0
Figure 1.
Typical Mobile Terminal Design
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
MA
LCD
Low
D
Ctrl
Rows
Columns
LCD
ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller
SA25–SA0
GPIO_CS12–GPIO_CS0
High D
SD15–SD0
32-kHz
Crystal
Loop
Filters
Ctrl
PC Card A Ctrl
PC Card B Ctrl
SA25–SA1
Ctrl
SD15–SD0
Ctrl
Serial
SD SA
Infrared
Backup
Battery
Pwr Conn
Battery
Ctrl
Serial
Translator
Power
Supply
Serial
Conn
Speaker
Infrared
PC Card
Socket
B
SD SA
PC Card
Socket
A
Ctrl
BIOS/OS
Flash/
ROM
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Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Figure 2. System Diagram with Trade-offs—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller
Bank 0
Bank 1
Bank 2
Bank 3
High
Word
DRAM
DRAM
DRAM
DRAM
Low
Word
DRAM
DRAM
DRAM
DRAM
Keyboard
Ctrl
MA12
High D
Low D
Ctrl
MA
Low
D
VL
Bus
Device
SA
Ctrl
Rows
Columns
ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller
LCD
Conn
LCD
Ctrl
SD
Ctrl
SD
Buffer
32-kHz
Crystal
SD
SA
Ctrl
ROM32
Buffer
High D
Ctrl
Ctrl
Loop
SA
SA
Filters
Ctrl
PC Card A Ctrl
PC Card B Ctrl
Serial
Infrared
Ctrl
Ctrl
Backup
Battery
Battery
Serial
Translator
Power
Supply
Infrared
Serial
Conn
Notes:
A dashed box indicates a feature that is optional or is traded for another.
Ctrl
Low D
SD
SD
Ctrl
Buffer
Ctrl SD
SA
SD
Latch
Parallel Port
Connector
PC Card
Socket
B
PC Card
Socket
A
SA
ISA
Bus
Device
BIOS/
OS/
Apps
Flash
ROM
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Figure 3. System Design with Trade-offs—ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller
Bank 0
Bank 1
Bank 2
Bank 3
High
Word
DRAM
DRAM
DRAM
DRAM
Low
Word
DRAM
DRAM
DRAM
DRAM
Keyboard
Ctrl
MA12
High D
Low D
MA
Low
D
Ctrl
DRAM
Ctrl
VL
Bus
Device
SA
Rows
Columns
ÉlanSC410 Microcontroller
VL-Bus Ctrl
Ctrl
SD
Ctrl
SD
Buffer
32-kHz
Crystal
SD
ROM32
Buffer
High D
SA
Ctrl
Ctrl
ISA Ctrl
Loop
SA
SA
Filters
ROM Ctrl
Ctrl
Low D
SD
Parallel Ctrl
Serial
Ctrl
IrDA
Ctrl
Backup
Battery
Notes:
Serial
Translator
Power
Supply
Infrared
ISA
Bus
Device
Serial
Conn
A dashed box indicates a feature that is optional or is traded for another.
Buffer and Latch
Parallel Port
Connector
BIOS/
OS/
Apps
Flash
ROM
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CONNECTION DIAGRAM—ÉlanSC400 AND ÉlanSC410 MICROCONTROLLERS
292 Ball Grid Array (BGA) Package
Top View (from component side looking through to bottom)
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17 18
19
20
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
F
F
G
G
H
H
J
J
K
K
L
L
M
M
N
N
P
P
R
R
T
T
U
U
V
V
W
W
Y
Y
1
24
2
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17 18
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
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PIN DESIGNATIONS
Pin Naming
This section identifies the pins of the ÉlanSC400 and
ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers and lists the signals associated with each pin.
The Signal Name column in the Pin Designation tables
beginning on page 26 and in the Pin State tables beginning on page 40 is decoded as follows:
Several different tables are included in this section.
NAME1/NAME2 {NAME3} [NAME4] [[NAME5]]
■ The Pin Designations (Pin Number)—ÉlanSC400
Microcontroller table beginning on page 26 lists the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller signals sorted by pin
number.
NAME1
The Pin Designations (Pin Number)—ÉlanSC410
Mi c r oc o nt r ol l er t ab l e o n pa ge 33 l i st s th e
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller signals sorted by pin
number.
Along with the Connection Diagram on page 24,
these tables can be used to associate the complete
pin name (including all multiplexed functions) with
the physical pin on the BGA package.
■ The Pin Designations (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC400
Mi c r oc o nt r ol l er t ab l e o n pa ge 29 l i st s th e
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller signals sorted in
alphabetical order.
The Pin Designations (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC410
Mi c r oc o nt r ol l er t ab l e o n pa ge 36 l i st s th e
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller signals sorted in
alphabetical order.
All multiplexed signals are included in these lists.
Note that these tables should not be used to
determine primary and secondary functions for
multiplexed pins because the ordering was
changed to alphabetize every function. Please refer
to the Pin Designations (Pin Number) table or the
Pin State tables for the definitive listing of primary
and secondary functions in the correct order for
each pin.
■ The Pin State tables beginning on page 42, which
group pins alphabetically by function, show pin
states during reset, normal operation, and Suspend
mode, along with output drive strength, maximum
load, supply source, and power-down groups.
■ The Signal Description table beginning on page 62
includes complete pin descriptions in alphabetical
order by function.
■ The table beginning on page 70 clarifies the
configuration options for those pins having multiple
functions.
This is the only function for the pin.
NAME1/NAME2
The slash separates two functions that are available on
the pin at the same time (i.e., at different times in the
same design the pin is used for different functions).
{NAME3}
The name in braces is the pin function during a hardware reset.
[NAME4]
The name in square brackets is the alternative function
for the pin, selected by firmware configuration. Only
one function is available for each configuration.
[[NAME5]]
The name inside double square brackets is the
alternate function for the pin, selected by a hardware
configuration pin state at power-on reset. This does not
apply to [[BNDSCN_TCK]], [[BNDSCN_TMS]],
[[BNDSCN_TDI]], and [[BNDSCN_TDO]]. These four
alternate functions are enabled by the BNDSCN_EN
signal. Only one function is available for each
configuration.
PIN CHANGES FOR THE ÉlanSC410
MICROCONTROLLER
The following signals supported on the ÉlanSC400
microcontroller are not available on the ÉlanSC410
microcontroller.
■ Configuration signal: CFG2
■ PC Card controller signals: MCEL_A, MCEL_B,
MCEH_A, MCEH_B, RST_A, RST_B, REG_A,
REG_B, CD_A, CD_B, CD_A2, RDY_A, RDY_B,
BVD1_A, BVD1_B, BVD2_A, BVD2_B, WP_A,
WP_B, WAIT_AB, OE, WE, ICDIR, PCMA_VCC,
PCMA_VPP1, PCMA_VPP2, PCMB_VCC,
PCMB_VPP1, PCMB_VPP2
■ Graphics controller signals: LCDD7–LCDD0, M,
LC, SCK, FRM, LVEE, LVDD
■ Loop filter signal: LF_VID
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Number)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller
Pin No.
26
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
A1
KBD_COL5/PIRQ6
B19
KBD_ROW0 [CASL2]
D17
GPIO_CS3 [[DBUFRDH]]
A2
KBD_COL2/PIRQ3
B20
LCDD0 [VL_RST]
D18
LCDD2 [VL_W/R]
A3
KBD_ROW13 [[R32BFOE]]
C1
KBD_ROW11 [SBHE]
D19
LCDD4 [VL_LRDY]
A4
D15
C2
KBD_ROW8 [PDRQ1]
D20
LCDD7 [VL_BE3]
A5
D12
C3
KBD_COL4/PIRQ5
E1
VCC
A6
D9
C4
GPIO_CS4 [[DBUFOE]]
E2
KBD_COL0 [XT_DATA]
A7
D7
C5
KBD_COL7
E3
KBD_ROW9 [PIRQ2]
A8
VCC
C6
D13
E4
GND
A9
D4
C7
D10
E17
VCC
A10
D1
C8
D6
E18
LCDD5 [VL_D/C]
A11
MWE
C9
D2
E19
FRM [VL_LCLK]
A12
MA2 {CFG2}
C10
MA0 {CFG0}
E20
LC [VL_BE1]
A13
VCC
C11
MA4
F1
SD4 [D20]
A14
MA5
C12
MA7
F2
SD1 [D17]
A15
MA8
C13
MA10
F3
KBD_ROW12 [MCS16]
A16
MA11
C14
CASL1
F4
GND
A17
CASH1
C15
RAS0
F17
LCDD6 [VL_LDEV]
A18
VCC
C16
KBD_ROW5 [RAS3]
F18
M [VL_BE2]
A19
LVDD [VL_BLAST]
C17
KBD_ROW2 [CASH2]
F19
SCK [VL_BE0]
A20
LVEE [VL_BRDY]
C18
GPIO_CS2 [[DBUFRDL]]
F20
SA24
B1
VCC
C19
LCDD1 [VL_ADS]
G1
SD6 [D22]
B2
KBD_COL6/PIRQ7
C20
LCDD3 [VL_M/IO]
G2
SD3 [D19]
B3
KBD_COL3/PIRQ4
D1
KBD_COL1 [XT_CLK]
G3
SD0 [D16]
B4
VCC
D2
KBD_ROW10 [BALE]
G4
GND
B5
D14
D3
KBD_ROW7 [PDACK1]
G17
VCC
B6
D11
D4
GND
G18
GPIO20 [CD_A2]
B7
D8
D5
GND
G19
SA22
B8
D5
D6
GND
G20
SA21
B9
D3
D7
GND
H1
VCC
B10
D0
D8
GND
H2
SD5 [D21]
B11
MA1 {CFG1}
D9
GND
H3
SD2 [D18]
B12
MA3 {CFG3}
D10
GND
H4
GND
B13
MA6
D11
GND
H8
GND
B14
MA9
D12
GND
H9
GND
B15
CASL0
D13
CASH0
H10
GND
B16
VCC
D14
RAS1
H11
GND
B17
KBD_ROW6 [MA12]
D15
KBD_ROW4 [RAS2]
H12
GND
B18
KBD_ROW3 [CASH3]
D16
KBD_ROW1 [CASL3]
H13
GND
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Number)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller (Continued)
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
H17
SA25
L10
GND
P3
RDY_A
H18
SA23
L11
GND
P4
VCC_CPU
H19
SA20
L12
GND
P17
VCC
H20
SA18
L13
GND
P18
VCC
J1
SD10 [D26]
L17
VCC
P19
SA1
J2
SD7 [D23]
L18
SA10
P20
SA4
J3
VCC
L19
SA9
R1
RST_A [[BNDSCN_TDI]]
J4
GND
L20
SA11
R2
CD_A
J8
GND
M1
VCC
R3
BVD2_A
J9
GND
M2
REG_A [[BDNSCN_TDO]]
R4
VCC_CPU
J10
GND
M3
ICDIR
R17
GND
J11
GND
M4
VCC_CPU
R18
ROMCS0
J12
GND
M8
GND
R19
IOW
J13
GND
M9
GND
R20
SA2
J17
VCC
M10
GND
T1
VCC
J18
SA19
M11
GND
T2
WP_A
J19
SA17
M12
GND
T3
GPIO22 [PPOEN]
J20
SA14
M13
GND
T4
VCC_CPU
K1
SD11 [D27]
M17
VCC
T17
GND
K2
SD9 [D25]
M18
SA7
T18
MEMW
K3
SD8 [D24]
M19
VCC
T19
ROMCS1
K4
VCC_CPU
M20
SA8
T20
SA0
K8
GND
N1
SD14 [D30]
U1
WAIT_AB
K9
GND
N2
WE
U2
GPIO25 [ACK] [BVD1_B]
K10
GND
N3
MCEH_A [[BNDSCN_TMS]]
U3
GPIO24 [BUSY] [BVD2_B]
K11
GND
N4
VCC_CPU
U4
GPIO23 [SLCT] [WP_B]
K12
GND
N8
GND
U5
GND
K13
GND
N9
GND
U6
GND
K17
SA16
N10
GND
U7
GND
K18
SA15
N11
GND
U8
GND
K19
SA13
N12
GND
U9
GND
K20
SA12
N13
GND
U10
GND
L1
SD12 [D28]
N17
VCC
U11
GND
L2
SD13 [D29]
N18
SA3
U12
GND
L3
SD15 [D31]
N19
SA5
U13
GND
L4
VCC_CPU
N20
SA6
U14
GND
L8
GND
P1
OE
U15
GND
L9
GND
P2
MCEL_A [[BNDSCN_TCK]]
U16
GND
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Number)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller (Continued)
Pin No.
28
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
U17
GND
V19
GPIO_CS0
Y1
VCC
U18
VCC
V20
ROMRD
Y2
GPIO28 [INIT] [REG_B]
U19
ROMWR
W1
GPIO30 [AFDT] [MCEH_B]
Y3
LF_INT
U20
IOR
W2
GPIO26 [PE] [RDY_B]
Y4
32KXTAL2
V1
BVD1_A
W3
GPIO29 [SLCTIN] [RST_B]
Y5
GND_ANALOG
V2
GPIO31 [STRB] [MCEL_B]
W4
LF_LS
Y6
32KXTAL1
V3
GPIO21 [PPDWE]
W5
LF_VID
Y7
RESET
V4
GPIO27 [ERROR] [CD_B]
W6
VCC_A
Y8
DTR
V5
LF_HS
W7
VCC_RTC
Y9
SIRIN
V6
BBATSEN
W8
RTS
Y10
SOUT
V7
SPKR
W9
VCC
Y11
BNDSCN_EN
V8
SIROUT
W10
DSR
Y12
SUS_RES/KBD_ROW14
V9
DCD
W11
SIN
Y13
BL1
V10
CTS
W12
ACIN
Y14
GPIO18 [PCMB_VPP2]
V11
RIN
W13
BL2
Y15
GPIO15 [PCMA_VPP2]
V12
RSTDRV
W14
BL0 [CLK_IO]
Y16
VCC
V13
VCC
W15
GPIO17 [PCMB_VPP1]
Y17
GPIO_CS12 [PDRQ0]
V14
GPIO19 [LBL2]
W16
GPIO_CS14 [PCMA_VPP1]
Y18
GPIO_CS9 [TC]
V15
GPIO16 [PCMB_VCC]
W17
GPIO_CS11 [PDACK0]
Y19
GPIO_CS7 [PIRQ1]
V16
GPIO_CS13 [PCMA_VCC]
W18
GPIO_CS8 [PIRQ0]
Y20
GPIO_CS1
V17
GPIO_CS10 [AEN]
W19
GPIO_CS5 [IOCS16]
V18
GPIO_CS6 [IOCHRDY]
W20
MEMR
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller
Signal Name
Pin No.
ACIN
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
W12
D2
C9
GND
D4
[ACK] [BVD1_B] GPIO25
U2
D3
B9
GND
D5
[AEN] GPIO_CS10
V17
D4
A9
GND
D6
[AFDT] [MCEH_B] GPIO30
W1
D5
B8
GND
D7
[BALE] KBD_ROW10
D2
D6
C8
GND
D8
BBATSEN
V6
D7
A7
GND
D9
BL0 [CLK_IO]
W14
D8
B7
GND
D10
BL1
Y13
D9
A6
GND
D11
BL2
W13
D10
C7
GND
D12
BNDSCN_EN
Y11
D11
B6
GND
E4
[[BNDSCN_TCK]] MCEL_A
P2
D12
A5
GND
F4
[[BNDSCN_TDI]] RST_A
R1
D13
C6
GND
G4
[[BNDSCN_TDO]] REG_A
M2
D14
B5
GND
H4
[[BNDSCN_TMS]] MCEH_A
N3
D15
A4
GND
H8
[BUSY] [BVD2_B] GPIO24
U3
[D16] SD0
G3
GND
H9
BVD1_A
V1
[D17] SD1
F2
GND
H10
[BVD1_B] GPIO25 [ACK]
U2
[D18] SD2
H3
GND
H11
BVD2_A
R3
[D19] SD3
G2
GND
H12
[BVD2_B] GPIO24 [BUSY]
U3
[D20] SD4
F1
GND
H13
CASH0
D13
[D21] SD5
H2
GND
J4
CASH1
A17
[D22] SD6
G1
GND
J8
[CASH2] KBD_ROW2
C17
[D23] SD7
J2
GND
J9
[CASH3] KBD_ROW3
B18
[D24] SD8
K3
GND
J10
CASL0
B15
[D25] SD9
K2
GND
J11
CASL1
C14
[D26] SD10
J1
GND
J12
[CASL2] KBD_ROW0
B19
[D27] SD11
K1
GND
J13
[CASL3] KBD_ROW1
D16
[D28] SD12
L1
GND
K8
CD_A
R2
[D29] SD13
L2
GND
K9
G18
[D30] SD14
N1
GND
K10
V4
[D31] SD15
L3
GND
K11
[CD_A2] GPIO20
[CD_B] GPIO27 [ERROR]
{CFG0} MA0
C10
[[DBUFOE]] GPIO_CS4
C4
GND
K12
{CFG1} MA1
B11
[[DBUFRDH]] GPIO_CS3
D17
GND
K13
{CFG2} MA2
A12
[[DBUFRDL]] GPIO_CS2
C18
GND
L8
{CFG3} MA3
B12
DCD
V9
GND
L9
[CLK_IO] BL0
W14
DSR
W10
GND
L10
CTS
V10
DTR
Y8
GND
L11
D0
B10
[ERROR] [CD_B] GPIO27
V4
GND
L12
D1
A10
FRM [VL_LCLK]
E19
GND
L13
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
GND
M8
GPIO_CS10 [AEN]
V17
KBD_ROW0 [CASL2]
B19
GND
M9
GPIO_CS11 [PDACK0]
W17
KBD_ROW1 [CASL3]
D16
GND
M10
GPIO_CS12 [PDRQ0]
Y17
KBD_ROW2 [CASH2]
C17
GND
M11
GPIO_CS13 [PCMA_VCC]
V16
KBD_ROW3 [CASH3]
B18
GND
M12
GPIO_CS14 [PCMA_VPP1]
W16
KBD_ROW4 [RAS2]
D15
GND
M13
GPIO15 [PCMA_VPP2]
Y15
KBD_ROW5 [RAS3]
C16
GND
N8
GPIO16 [PCMB_VCC]
V15
KBD_ROW6 [MA12]
B17
GND
N9
GPIO17 [PCMB_VPP1]
W15
KBD_ROW7 [PDACK1]
D3
GND
N10
GPIO18 [PCMB_VPP2]
Y14
KBD_ROW8 [PDRQ1]
C2
GND
N11
GPIO19 [LBL2]
V14
KBD_ROW9 [PIRQ2]
E3
GND
N12
GPIO20 [CD_A2]
G18
KBD_ROW10 [BALE]
D2
GND
N13
GPIO21 [PPDWE]
V3
KBD_ROW11 [SBHE]
C1
GND
R17
GPIO22 [PPOEN]
T3
KBD_ROW12 [MCS16]
F3
GND
T17
GPIO23 [SLCT] [WP_B]
U4
KBD_ROW13 [[R32BFOE]]
A3
GND
U5
GPIO24 [BUSY] [BVD2_B]
U3
KBD_ROW14 / SUS_RES
Y12
GND
U6
GPIO25 [ACK] [BVD1_B]
U2
[LBL2] GPIO19
V14
GND
U7
GPIO26 [PE] [RDY_B]
W2
LC [VL_BE1]
E20
GND
U8
GPIO27 [ERROR] [CD_B]
V4
LCDD0 [VL_RST]
B20
GND
U9
GPIO28 [INIT] [REG_B]
Y2
LCDD1 [VL_ADS]
C19
GND
U10
GPIO29 [SLCTIN] [RST_B]
W3
LCDD2 [VL_W/R]
D18
GND
U11
GPIO30 [AFDT] [MCEH_B]
W1
LCDD3 [VL_M/IO]
C20
GND
U12
GPIO31 [STRB] [MCEL_B]
V2
LCDD4 [VL_LRDY]
D19
GND
U13
ICDIR
M3
LCDD5 [VL_D/C]
E18
GND
U14
[INIT] [REG_B] GPIO28
Y2
LCDD6 [VL_LDEV]
F17
GND
U15
[IOCHRDY] GPIO_CS6
V18
LCDD7 [VL_BE3]
D20
GND
U16
[IOCS16] GPIO_CS5
W19
LF_HS
GND
V5
U17
IOR
U20
LF_INT
Y3
GND_ANALOG
Y5
IOW
R19
LF_LS
W4
GPIO_CS0
V19
32KXTAL1
Y6
LF_VID
W5
GPIO_CS1
Y20
32KXTAL2
Y4
LVDD [VL_BLAST]
A19
GPIO_CS2 [[DBUFRDL]]
C18
KBD_COL0 [XT_DATA]
E2
LVEE [VL_BRDY]
A20
GPIO_CS3 [[DBUFRDH]]
D17
KBD_COL1 [XT_CLK]
D1
M [VL_BE2]
F18
GPIO_CS4 [[DBUFOE]]
C4
KBD_COL2/PIRQ3
A2
MA0 {CFG0}
C10
W19
KBD_COL3/PIRQ4
B3
MA1 {CFG1}
B11
GPIO_CS5 [IOCS16]
GPIO_CS6 [IOCHRDY]
V18
KBD_COL4/PIRQ5
C3
MA2 {CFG2}
A12
GPIO_CS7 [PIRQ1]
Y19
KBD_COL5/PIRQ6
A1
MA3 {CFG3}
B12
GPIO_CS8 [PIRQ0]
W18
KBD_COL6/PIRQ7
B2
MA4
C11
GPIO_CS9 [TC]
Y18
KBD_COL7
C5
MA5
A14
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
MA6
B13
RAS0
C15
SA20
H19
MA7
C12
RAS1
D14
SA21
G20
MA8
A15
[RAS2] KBD_ROW4
D15
SA22
G19
MA9
B14
[RAS3] KBD_ROW5
C16
SA23
H18
MA10
C13
RDY_A
P3
SA24
F20
MA11
A16
[RDY_B] GPIO26 [PE]
W2
SA25
H17
[MA12] KBD_ROW6
B17
REG_A [[BNDSCN_TDO]]
M2
[SBHE] KBD_ROW11
C1
MCEH_A [[BNDSCN_TMS]]
N3
[REG_B] GPIO28 [INIT]
Y2
SCK [VL_BE0]
F19
[MCEH_B] GPIO30 [AFDT]
W1
RESET
Y7
SD0 [D16]
G3
MCEL_A [[BNDSCN_TCK]]
P2
RIN
V11
SD1 [D17]
F2
[MCEL_B] GPIO31 [STRB]
V2
ROMCS0
R18
SD2 [D18]
H3
[MCS16] KBD_ROW12
F3
ROMCS1
T19
SD3 [D19]
G2
MEMR
W20
ROMRD
V20
SD4 [D20]
F1
MEMW
T18
ROMWR
U19
SD5 [D21]
H2
MWE
A11
RST_A [[BNDSCN_TDI]]
R1
SD6 [D22]
G1
OE
P1
[RST_B] GPIO29 [SLCTIN]
W3
SD7 [D23]
J2
[PCMA_VCC] GPIO_CS13
V16
RSTDRV
V12
SD8 [D24]
K3
[PCMA_VPP1] GPIO_CS14
W16
RTS
W8
SD9 [D25]
K2
[PCMA_VPP2] GPIO15
Y15
SA0
T20
SD10 [D26]
J1
[PCMB_VCC] GPIO16
V15
SA1
P19
SD11 [D27]
K1
[PCMB_VPP1] GPIO17
W15
SA2
R20
SD12 [D28]
L1
[PCMB_VPP2] GPIO18
Y14
SA3
N18
SD13 [D29]
L2
[PDACK0] GPIO_CS11
W17
SA4
P20
SD14 [D30]
N1
[PDACK1] KBD_ROW7
D3
SA5
N19
SD15 [D31]
L3
[PDRQ0] GPIO_CS12
Y17
SA6
N20
SIN
[PDRQ1] KBD_ROW8
C2
SA7
M18
SIRIN
[PE] [RDY_B] GPIO26
W2
SA8
M20
SIROUT
V8
[PIRQ0] GPIO_CS8
W18
SA9
L19
[SLCT] [WP_B] GPIO23
U4
[PIRQ1] GPIO_CS7
Y19
SA10
L18
[SLCTIN] [RST_B] GPIO29
W3
[PIRQ2] KBD_ROW9
E3
SA11
L20
SOUT
Y10
PIRQ3/KBD_COL2
A2
SA12
K20
SPKR
V7
PIRQ4/KBD_COL3
B3
SA13
K19
[STRB] [MCEL_B] GPIO31
V2
PIRQ5/KBD_COL4
C3
SA14
J20
SUS_RES/KBD_ROW14
Y12
PIRQ6/KBD_COL5
A1
SA15
K18
[TC] GPIO_CS9
Y18
PIRQ7/KBD_COL6
B2
SA16
K17
VCC
A8
[PPDWE] GPIO21
V3
SA17
J19
VCC
A13
[PPOEN] GPIO22
T3
SA18
H20
VCC
A18
[[R32BFOE]] KBD_ROW13
A3
SA19
J18
VCC
B1
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
VCC
B4
VCC
V13
[VL_BE3] LCDD7
D20
VCC
B16
VCC
W9
[VL_BLAST] LVDD
A19
VCC
E1
VCC
Y1
[VL_BRDY] LVEE
A20
VCC
E17
VCC
Y16
[VL_D/C] LCDD5
E18
VCC
G17
VCC_A
W6
[VL_LCLK] FRM
E19
VCC
H1
VCC_CPU
K4
[VL_LDEV] LCDD6
F17
VCC
J3
VCC_CPU
L4
[VL_LRDY] LCDD4
D19
VCC
J17
VCC_CPU
M4
[VL_M/IO] LCDD3
C20
VCC
L17
VCC_CPU
N4
[VL_RST] LCDD0
B20
VCC
M1
VCC_CPU
P4
[VL_W/R] LCDD2
D18
VCC
M17
VCC_CPU
R4
WAIT_AB
U1
VCC
M19
VCC_CPU
T4
WE
N2
VCC
N17
VCC_RTC
W7
WP_A
T2
VCC
P17
[VL_ADS] LCDD1
C19
[WP_B] GPIO23 [SLCT]
U4
VCC
P18
[VL_BE0] SCK
F19
[XT_CLK] KBD_COL1
D1
VCC
T1
[VL_BE1] LC
E20
[XT_DATA] KBD_COL0
E2
VCC
U18
[VL_BE2] M
F18
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Number)—ÉlanSC410 MICROCONTROLLER
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
A1
KBD_COL5/PIRQ6
B19
KBD_ROW0 [CASL2]
D17
GPIO_CS3 [[DBUFRDH]]
A2
KBD_COL2/PIRQ3
B20
VL_RST
D18
VL_W/R
A3
KBD_ROW13 [[R32BFOE]]
C1
KBD_ROW11 [SBHE]
D19
VL_LRDY
A4
D15
C2
KBD_ROW8 [PDRQ1]
D20
VL_BE3
A5
D12
C3
KBD_COL4/PIRQ5
E1
VCC
A6
D9
C4
GPIO_CS4 [[DBUFOE]]
E2
KBD_COL0 [XT_DATA]
A7
D7
C5
KBD_COL7
E3
KBD_ROW9 [PIRQ2]
A8
VCC
C6
D13
E4
GND
A9
D4
C7
D10
E17
VCC
A10
D1
C8
D6
E18
VL_D/C
A11
MWE
C9
D2
E19
VL_LCLK
A12
MA2
C10
MA0 {CFG0}
E20
VL_BE1
A13
VCC
C11
MA4
F1
SD4 [D20]
A14
MA5
C12
MA7
F2
SD1 [D17]
A15
MA8
C13
MA10
F3
KBD_ROW12 [MCS16]
A16
MA11
C14
CASL1
F4
GND
A17
CASH1
C15
RAS0
F17
VL_LDEV
A18
VCC
C16
KBD_ROW5 [RAS3]
F18
VL_BE2
A19
VL_BLAST
C17
KBD_ROW2 [CASH2]
F19
VL_BE0
A20
VL_BRDY
C18
GPIO_CS2 [[DBUFRDL]]
F20
SA24
B1
VCC
C19
VL_ADS
G1
SD6 [D22]
B2
KBD_COL6/PIRQ7
C20
VL_M/IO
G2
SD3 [D19]
B3
KBD_COL3/PIRQ4
D1
KBD_COL1 [XT_CLK]
G3
SD0 [D16]
B4
VCC
D2
KBD_ROW10 [BALE]
G4
GND
B5
D14
D3
KBD_ROW7 [PDACK1]
G17
VCC
B6
D11
D4
GND
G18
GPIO20
B7
D8
D5
GND
G19
SA22
B8
D5
D6
GND
G20
SA21
B9
D3
D7
GND
H1
VCC
B10
D0
D8
GND
H2
SD5 [D21]
B11
MA1 {CFG1}
D9
GND
H3
SD2 [D18]
B12
MA3 {CFG3}
D10
GND
H4
GND
B13
MA6
D11
GND
H8
GND
B14
MA9
D12
GND
H9
GND
B15
CASL0
D13
CASH0
H10
GND
B16
VCC
D14
RAS1
H11
GND
B17
KBD_ROW6 [MA12]
D15
KBD_ROW4 [RAS2]
H12
GND
B18
KBD_ROW3 [CASH3]
D16
KBD_ROW1 [CASL3]
H13
GND
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Pin No.
34
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
H17
SA25
L10
GND
P3
Reserved
H18
SA23
L11
GND
P4
VCC_CPU
H19
SA20
L12
GND
P17
VCC
H20
SA18
L13
GND
P18
VCC
J1
SD10 [D26]
L17
VCC
P19
SA1
J2
SD7 [D23]
L18
SA10
P20
SA4
J3
VCC
L19
SA9
R1
[[BNDSCN_TDI]]
J4
GND
L20
SA11
R2
Reserved
J8
GND
M1
VCC
R3
Reserved
J9
GND
M2
[[BNDSCN_TDO]]
R4
VCC_CPU
J10
GND
M3
Reserved
R17
GND
J11
GND
M4
VCC_CPU
R18
ROMCS0
J12
GND
M8
GND
R19
IOW
J13
GND
M9
GND
R20
SA2
J17
VCC
M10
GND
T1
VCC
J18
SA19
M11
GND
T2
Reserved
J19
SA17
M12
GND
T3
GPIO22 [PPOEN]
J20
SA14
M13
GND
T4
VCC_CPU
K1
SD11 [D27]
M17
VCC
T17
GND
K2
SD9 [D25]
M18
SA7
T18
MEMW
K3
SD8 [D24]
M19
VCC
T19
ROMCS1
K4
VCC_CPU
M20
SA8
T20
SA0
K8
GND
N1
SD14 [D30]
U1
Reserved
K9
GND
N2
Reserved
U2
GPIO25 [ACK]
K10
GND
N3
[[BNDSCN_TMS]]
U3
GPIO24 [BUSY]
K11
GND
N4
VCC_CPU
U4
GPIO23 [SLCT]
K12
GND
N8
GND
U5
GND
K13
GND
N9
GND
U6
GND
K17
SA16
N10
GND
U7
GND
K18
SA15
N11
GND
U8
GND
K19
SA13
N12
GND
U9
GND
K20
SA12
N13
GND
U10
GND
L1
SD12 [D28]
N17
VCC
U11
GND
L2
SD13 [D29]
N18
SA3
U12
GND
L3
SD15 [D31]
N19
SA5
U13
GND
L4
VCC_CPU
N20
SA6
U14
GND
L8
GND
P1
Reserved
U15
GND
L9
GND
P2
[[BNDSCN_TCK]]
U16
GND
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Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
U17
GND
V19
GPIO_CS0
Y1
VCC
U18
VCC
V20
ROMRD
Y2
GPIO28 [INIT]
U19
ROMWR
W1
GPIO30 [AFDT]
Y3
LF_INT
U20
IOR
W2
GPIO26 [PE]
Y4
32KXTAL2
V1
Reserved
W3
GPIO29 [SLCTIN]
Y5
GND_ANALOG
V2
GPIO31 [STRB]
W4
LF_LS
Y6
32KXTAL1
V3
GPIO21 [PPDWE]
W5
Reserved
Y7
RESET
V4
GPIO27 [ERROR]
W6
VCC_A
Y8
DTR
V5
LF_HS
W7
VCC_RTC
Y9
SIRIN
V6
BBATSEN
W8
RTS
Y10
SOUT
V7
SPKR
W9
VCC
Y11
BNDSCN_EN
V8
SIROUT
W10
DSR
Y12
SUS_RES/KBD_ROW14
V9
DCD
W11
SIN
Y13
BL1
V10
CTS
W12
ACIN
Y14
GPIO18
V11
RIN
W13
BL2
Y15
GPIO15
V12
RSTDRV
W14
BL0 [CLK_IO]
Y16
VCC
V13
VCC
W15
GPIO17
Y17
GPIO_CS12 [PDRQ0]
V14
GPIO19 [LBL2]
W16
GPIO_CS14
Y18
GPIO_CS9 [TC]
V15
GPIO16
W17
GPIO_CS11 [PDACK0]
Y19
GPIO_CS7 [PIRQ1]
V16
GPIO_CS13
W18
GPIO_CS8 [PIRQ0]
Y20
GPIO_CS1
V17
GPIO_CS10 [AEN]
W19
GPIO_CS5 [IOCS16]
V18
GPIO_CS6 [IOCHRDY]
W20
MEMR
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC410 MICROCONTROLLER
Signal Name
ACIN
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
W12
D10
C7
GND
E4
[ACK] GPIO25
U2
D11
B6
GND
F4
[AEN] GPIO_CS10
V17
D12
A5
GND
G4
[AFDT] GPIO30
W1
D13
C6
GND
H4
[BALE] KBD_ROW10
D2
D14
B5
GND
H8
BBATSEN
V6
D15
A4
GND
H9
BL0 [CLK_IO]
W14
[D16] SD0
G3
GND
H10
BL1
Y13
[D17] SD1
F2
GND
H11
BL2
W13
[D18] SD2
H3
GND
H12
BNDSCN_EN
Y11
[D19] SD3
G2
GND
H13
[[BNDSCN_TCK]]
P2
[D20] SD4
F1
GND
J4
[[BNDSCN_TDI]]
R1
[D21] SD5
H2
GND
J8
[[BNDSCN_TDO]]
M2
[D22] SD6
G1
GND
J9
[[BNDSCN_TMS]]
N3
[D23] SD7
J2
GND
J10
[BUSY] GPIO24
U3
[D24] SD8
K3
GND
J11
CASH0
D13
[D25] SD9
K2
GND
J12
CASH1
A17
[D26] SD10
J1
GND
J13
[CASH2] KBD_ROW2
C17
[D27] SD11
K1
GND
K8
[CASH3] KBD_ROW3
B18
[D28] SD12
L1
GND
K9
CASL0
B15
[D29] SD13
L2
GND
K10
CASL1
C14
[D30] SD14
N1
GND
K11
[CASL2] KBD_ROW0
B19
[D31] SD15
L3
GND
K12
[CASL3] KBD_ROW1
D16
[[DBUFOE]] GPIO_CS4
C4
GND
K13
{CFG0} MA0
C10
[[DBUFRDH]] GPIO_CS3
D17
GND
L8
{CFG1} MA1
B11
[[DBUFRDL]] GPIO_CS2
C18
GND
L9
{CFG3} MA3
B12
DCD
V9
GND
L10
[CLK_IO] BL0
W14
DSR
W10
GND
L11
CTS
V10
DTR
Y8
GND
L12
D0
B10
[ERROR] GPIO27
V4
GND
L13
D1
A10
GND
D4
GND
M8
D2
C9
GND
D5
GND
M9
D3
B9
GND
D6
GND
M10
D4
A9
GND
D7
GND
M11
D5
B8
GND
D8
GND
M12
D6
C8
GND
D9
GND
M13
D7
A7
GND
D10
GND
N8
D8
B7
GND
D11
GND
N9
D9
A6
GND
D12
GND
N10
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC410 MICROCONTROLLER (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
GND
N11
GPIO19 [LBL2]
V14
KBD_ROW10 [BALE]
D2
GND
N12
GPIO20
G18
KBD_ROW11 [SBHE]
C1
GND
N13
GPIO21 [PPDWE]
V3
KBD_ROW12 [MCS16]
F3
GND
R17
GPIO22 [PPOEN]
T3
KBD_ROW13 [[R32BFOE]]
A3
GND
T17
GPIO23 [SLCT]
U4
KBD_ROW14 / SUS_RES
Y12
GND
U5
GPIO24 [BUSY]
U3
[LBL2] GPIO19
V14
GND
U6
GPIO25 [ACK]
U2
LF_HS
V5
GND
U7
GPIO26 [PE]
W2
LF_INT
Y3
GND
U8
GPIO27 [ERROR]
V4
LF_LS
W4
GND
U9
GPIO28 [INIT]
Y2
MA0 {CFG0}
C10
GND
U10
GPIO29 [SLCTIN]
W3
MA1 {CFG1}
B11
GND
U11
GPIO30 [AFDT]
W1
MA2
A12
GND
U12
GPIO31 [STRB]
V2
MA3 {CFG3}
B12
GND
U13
[INIT] GPIO28
Y2
MA4
C11
GND
U14
[IOCHRDY] GPIO_CS6
V18
MA5
A14
GND
U15
[IOCS16] GPIO_CS5
W19
MA6
B13
GND
U16
IOR
U20
MA7
C12
GND
U17
IOW
R19
MA8
A15
GND_ANALOG
Y5
32KXTAL1
Y6
MA9
B14
GPIO_CS0
V19
32KXTAL2
Y4
MA10
C13
GPIO_CS1
Y20
KBD_COL0 [XT_DATA]
E2
MA11
A16
GPIO_CS2 [[DBUFRDL]]
C18
KBD_COL1 [XT_CLK]
D1
[MA12] KBD_ROW6
B17
GPIO_CS3 [[DBUFRDH]]
D17
KBD_COL2/PIRQ3
A2
[MCS16] KBD_ROW12
GPIO_CS4 [[DBUFOE]]
C4
KBD_COL3/PIRQ4
B3
MEMR
W20
GPIO_CS5 [IOCS16]
W19
KBD_COL4/PIRQ5
C3
MEMW
T18
GPIO_CS6 [IOCHRDY]
V18
KBD_COL5/PIRQ6
A1
MWE
A11
GPIO_CS7 [PIRQ1]
Y19
KBD_COL6/PIRQ7
B2
[PDACK0] GPIO_CS11
W17
GPIO_CS8 [PIRQ0]
W18
KBD_COL7
C5
[PDACK1] KBD_ROW7
D3
GPIO_CS9 [TC]
Y18
KBD_ROW0 [CASL2]
B19
[PDRQ0] GPIO_CS12
Y17
GPIO_CS10 [AEN]
V17
KBD_ROW1 [CASL3]
D16
[PDRQ1] KBD_ROW8
C2
F3
GPIO_CS11 [PDACK0]
W17
KBD_ROW2 [CASH2]
C17
[PE] GPIO26
W2
GPIO_CS12 [PDRQ0]
Y17
KBD_ROW3 [CASH3]
B18
[PIRQ0] GPIO_CS8
W18
GPIO_CS13
V16
KBD_ROW4 [RAS2]
D15
[PIRQ1] GPIO_CS7
Y19
GPIO_CS14
W16
KBD_ROW5 [RAS3]
C16
[PIRQ2] KBD_ROW9
E3
GPIO15
Y15
KBD_ROW6 [MA12]
B17
PIRQ3/KBD_COL2
A2
GPIO16
V15
KBD_ROW7 [PDACK1]
D3
PIRQ4/KBD_COL3
B3
GPIO17
W15
KBD_ROW8 [PDRQ1]
C2
PIRQ5/KBD_COL4
C3
GPIO18
Y14
KBD_ROW9 [PIRQ2]
E3
PIRQ6/KBD_COL5
A1
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC410 MICROCONTROLLER (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
PIRQ7/KBD_COL6
B2
SA12
K20
[STRB] GPIO31
V2
[PPDWE] GPIO21
V3
SA13
K19
SUS_RES/KBD_ROW14
Y12
[PPOEN] GPIO22
T3
SA14
J20
[TC] GPIO_CS9
Y18
[[R32BFOE]] KBD_ROW13
A3
SA15
K18
VCC
A8
RAS0
C15
SA16
K17
VCC
A13
RAS1
D14
SA17
J19
VCC
A18
[RAS2] KBD_ROW4
D15
SA18
H20
VCC
B1
[RAS3] KBD_ROW5
C16
SA19
J18
VCC
B4
Reserved
M3
SA20
H19
VCC
B16
Reserved
N2
SA21
G20
VCC
E1
Reserved
P1
SA22
G19
VCC
E17
Reserved
P3
SA23
H18
VCC
G17
Reserved
R2
SA24
F20
VCC
H1
Reserved
R3
SA25
H17
VCC
J3
Reserved
T2
[SBHE] KBD_ROW11
C1
VCC
J17
Reserved
U1
SD0 [D16]
G3
VCC
L17
Reserved
V1
SD1 [D17]
F2
VCC
M1
Reserved
W5
SD2 [D18]
H3
VCC
M17
RESET
Y7
SD3 [D19]
G2
VCC
M19
RIN
V11
SD4 [D20]
F1
VCC
N17
ROMCS0
R18
SD5 [D21]
H2
VCC
P17
ROMCS1
T19
SD6 [D22]
G1
VCC
P18
ROMRD
V20
SD7 [D23]
J2
VCC
T1
ROMWR
U19
SD8 [D24]
K3
VCC
U18
RSTDRV
V12
SD9 [D25]
K2
VCC
V13
RTS
W8
SD10 [D26]
J1
VCC
W9
SA0
T20
SD11 [D27]
K1
VCC
Y1
SA1
P19
SD12 [D28]
L1
VCC
Y16
SA2
R20
SD13 [D29]
L2
VCC_A
W6
SA3
N18
SD14 [D30]
N1
VCC_CPU
K4
SA4
P20
SD15 [D31]
SA5
N19
SIN
SA6
N20
SA7
M18
L3
VCC_CPU
L4
W11
VCC_CPU
M4
SIRIN
Y9
VCC_CPU
N4
SIROUT
V8
VCC_CPU
P4
SA8
M20
[SLCT] GPIO23
U4
VCC_CPU
R4
SA9
L19
[SLCTIN] GPIO29
W3
VCC_CPU
T4
SA10
L18
SOUT
Y10
VCC_RTC
W7
SA11
L20
SPKR
V7
VL_ADS
C19
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PIN DESIGNATIONS (Pin Name)—ÉlanSC410 MICROCONTROLLER (Continued)
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
Signal Name
Pin No.
VL_BE0
F19
VL_BRDY
A20
VL_M/IO
C20
VL_BE1
E20
VL_D/C
E18
VL_RST
B20
VL_BE2
F18
VL_LCLK
E19
VL_W/R
D18
VL_BE3
D20
VL_LDEV
F17
[XT_CLK] KBD_COL1
D1
VL_BLAST
A19
VL_LRDY
D19
[XT_DATA] KBD_COL0
E2
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PIN STATE TABLES
The pin state tables beginning on page 42 are grouped
alphabetically by function and show pin states during
reset, normal operation, and Suspend mode, along
with output drive strength, maximum load, supply
source, and power-down groups.
– Hyper-Speed mode
– High-Speed mode
– Low-Speed mode
Pin Characteristics
The following information describes the individual
column headings in the Pin State tables beginning on
page 42. Most abbreviations are defined in Table 3.
Drive types and power-down groups are defined in
Tables 2 and 5, respectively.
■ Pin Number: The Pin Number column in all tables
identifies the pin number of the individual I/O signal
on the package.
■ Type: The abbreviations in the Type column for all
tables are defined in Table 2.
■ Output Drive: The Output Drive column designates
the output drive strength of the pin. The footnote
after the drive strength letter designates that the
drive strength is programmable. The available drive
strengths are indicated in Table 2.
Table 2.
■ Normal Operation: The Normal Operation column
covers the following power management modes:
Drive Output Description
– Temporary Low-Speed mode
– Standby mode
■ Suspend State: The letters used in the Suspend
State column are defined in Table 3. Note that in
Critical Suspend mode, pin terminations remain unchanged from the prior mode.
Table 3. Pin Type Abbreviations
Symbol
[]
{}
Act
Brackets signify alternate state
Reset configuration pin
Not an output during Suspend mode
Pin continues to function during Suspend
mode
B
Bidirectional
H
Driven High (a logical 1)
I
Pin is an input
Output
Drive
IohTTL/IolTTL1
Vcc
A
-3mA/3mA
3.0 V
L
B
-6mA/6mA
3.0 V
LS
2
C
-12mA/12mA
3.0 V
Last state of the pin prior to entering Suspend
mode
D
-18mA/18mA
3.0 V
NA
Not applicable
E2
-24mA/24mA
3.0 V
Notes:
1. The current out of a pin is given as a negative value.
2. Output drive is programmable.
■ Max Load: The Max Load column designates the
load at which the I/O timing for that pin is guaranteed. It is also used to determine derated AC timing.
■ Supply: The Supply column identifies the VCC pin
that supplies power for the specified I/O pin.The pin
state table shows the pin state and termination for
each power management unit mode.
IOD
O
OD
OD-STI
PD
Input or open drain output
Driven Low (a logical 0)
Pin is an active output
Open drain output
Pin is typically an open drain output, but can
be configured as a Schmitt trigger input
Built-in pulldown resistor
PPD
Programmable pulldown or no resistor
PPU
Programmable pullup or no resistor
PPUD
PU
S
STI
STI-OD
TS
40
Meaning
Programmable pullup or pulldown resistor
Built-in pullup resistor
5-V safe pin
Pin is a Schmitt trigger input
Pin is typically a Schmitt trigger input, but can
be configured as an open-drain output
Three-state output
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Table 4. Power Pin Type Abbreviations
Symbol
A
Meaning
Pin is an analog input
CPU
CPU power input
RTC
Real-time clock input
VCC
Power input
■ Power-Down Group: The signals on the chip are
grouped together by interface for the purpose of
powering down chips on the system board that are
connected to these signals in Suspend mode. The
letters A–I in the Power-Down Group column indicate the group with which each affected signal is associated. Only those signals that have a different
Suspend state based on the interface powering off
have a letter. The interfaces are identified in
Table 5. The extended registers have bits that allow
components connected to each interface to be powered down in Suspend mode. Care must be taken
when designing a system with sections that power
down, because many signals are shared between
components.
Table 5.
Group
■ 5 V: An S in the 5 V column denotes pins that are
5-volt safe. This means these signals can tolerate 5
volts and they will not be damaged. However, they
cannot drive to 5 volts.
Using the Pin State Tables
In the following Pin State tables, multiplexed pins include values specific to each signal in the row (across
the table) where that signal is named. If a cell has only
one value listed for two or three different signals, then
this value is constant (does not change) no matter what
signal is programmed to come out on the pin.
■ For example, in the table on page 47, when pin V14
is GPIO19, it is bidirectional; when pin V14 is LBL2,
it is an output only. Because the cell includes two
separate lines, the pin type is unique for each signal.
■ When the V14 pin is either GPIO19 or LBL2, the
reset state is I-PU. Because there is only one value
shown in the table, this value applies to both signals.
Power-Down Groups
Interface
A
DRAM
B
ROM
C
ISA (shared ISA signals individually enabled)
D
Serial port, serial IrDA infrared port
E
GPIO Chip Selects 1–0
F
VL bus
G
PC Card Socket A
H
PC Card Socket B and parallel port
I
SD buffer control signals
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Table 6.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
Type
IOR
U20
O
IOW
R19
O
Pin State Table—System Interface1
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
C
50
C
50
VCC
VCC
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
Power
Down
Group
Note
5V
H
O
H[TS-PD][TS]
C
2
S
C
2
S
S
S
H
O
H[TS-PD][TS]
MEMR
W20
O
C
50
VCC
H
O
H[TS-PD][TS]
C
2
MEMW
T18
O
C
50
VCC
H
O
H[TS-PD][TS]
C
2
RSTDRV
SA0
V12
T20
O
A
30
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
O
C–E4
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
S
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
S
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
S
TS-PD
3
S
TS-PD
3
S
S
SA1
P19
O
C–E4
SA2
R20
O
C–E4
O
C–E4
O
C–E4
4
SA3
SA4
N18
P20
70
70
VCC
VCC
H
H
O
O
SA5
N19
O
C–E
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
SA6
N20
O
C–E4
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
S
O
4
TS-PD
3
S
TS-PD
3
S
S
SA7
SA8
M18
M20
O
C–E
4
C–E
70
VCC
VCC
H
H
O
O
SA9
L19
O
C–E
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
SA10
L18
O
C–E4
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
S
O
4
TS-PD
3
S
TS-PD
3
S
S
SA11
SA12
L20
K20
O
4
70
C–E
4
C–E
70
VCC
VCC
H
H
O
O
SA13
K19
O
C–E
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
SA14
J20
O
C–E4
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
S
O
4
TS-PD
3
S
TS-PD
3
S
S
SA15
SA16
K18
K17
O
4
70
C–E
4
C–E
70
VCC
VCC
H
H
O
O
SA17
J19
O
C–E
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
SA18
H20
O
C–E4
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
S
O
4
TS-PD
3
S
TS-PD
3
S
S
SA19
SA20
J18
H19
O
4
70
C–E
4
C–E
70
VCC
VCC
H
H
O
O
SA21
G20
O
C–E
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
SA22
G19
O
C–E4
70
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
S
O
4
TS-PD
3
S
TS-PD
3
S
S
SA23
SA24
H18
F20
O
4
70
C–E
B
70
50
VCC
VCC
H
H
O
O
SA25
H17
O
B
50
VCC
H
O
TS-PD
3
SD0 [D16]
G3
B [B]
C–E4
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PPUD
I-PD
5
S
B [B]
4
I-PD
5
S
I-PD
5
S
S
SD1 [D17]
SD2 [D18]
F2
H3
B [B]
C–E
4
C–E
70
VCC
VCC
TS-PD
TS-PD
B-PPUD
B-PPUD
SD3 [D19]
G2
B [B]
C–E
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PPUD
I-PD
5
SD4 [D20]
F1
B [B]
C–E4
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PPUD
I-PD
5
S
B [B]
4
I-PD
5
S
I-PD
5
S
S
SD5 [D21]
SD6 [D22]
H2
G1
B [B]
4
70
C–E
4
C–E
70
VCC
VCC
TS-PD
TS-PD
B-PPUD
B-PPUD
SD7 [D23]
J2
B [B]
C–E
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PPUD
I-PD
5
SD8 [D24]
K3
B [B]
C–E4
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PPUD
I-PD
5
S
B [B]
4
I-PD
5
S
I-PD
5
S
SD9 [D25]
SD10 [D26]
42
K2
J1
B [B]
4
70
C–E
4
C–E
70
70
VCC
VCC
TS-PD
TS-PD
B-PPUD
B-PPUD
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Table 6.
Pin State Table—System Interface1 (Continued)
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
Type
SD11 [D27]
K1
B [B]
C–E4
B [B]
4
SD12 [D28]
L1
C–E
70
VCC
VCC
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
TS-PD
B-PPUD
TS-PD
B-PPUD
Power
Down
Group
Note
5V
I-PD
5
S
I-PD
5
S
S
SD13 [D29]
L2
B [B]
C–E
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PPUD
I-PD
5
SD14 [D30]
N1
B [B]
C–E4
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PPUD
I-PD
5
S
B [B]
C–E4
I-PD
5
S
SD15 [D31]
L3
4
70
Reset
State
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PPUD
Notes:
1. Pin states for AEN, IOCHRDY, IOCS16, PDACK0, PDRQ0, TC, and PIRQ1–PIRQ0 are listed in Table 9 on page 49.
Pin states for BALE, MCS16, SBHE, PDACK1, PDRQ1 and PIRQ7–PIRQ2 are listed in Table 14 on page 53.
2. The ISA control signals have three programmable options for Suspend mode:
–Driven High (inactive).
–Three-stated with no pullup or pulldown. This is useful when the ISA device is at 5 V and left powered in Suspend. The
board design should not drive 3.3-V signals into a 5-V device during Suspend because this can waste power. The system
designer should provide large pullup resistors to 5 V for each of these signals on the board if this configuration is
programmed.
– Three-stated with pulldown resistors when suspended with the intent of powering off the ISA device
(Power-Down Group C).
Be careful when handling IOR and IOW because they are shared with the PC Card sockets and may need to be buffered if
certain combinations of system components are powered up and off.
Summary: These pins have built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Suspend mode and the ISA interface is programmed to be powered off in Suspend mode (Power-Down Group C).
3. The SA bus, SA25–SA0, and the RSTDRV signal are three-stated with pulldowns in Suspend mode. This accommodates
having the ISA bus, PC Card sockets, VL bus, and ROM interfaces left powered on or powered off in Suspend mode.
Summary: These pins have built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Suspend mode.
4. C, D, and E output drives are programmable.
5. The combination of SD15–SD0 and D31–D16 on the same pins requires the signals to be pulled up in SD bus mode (for PC
compatibility) and pulled down in D bus mode (for consistency with D15–D0). Regardless of the mode the bus is in, the pins
are in the input state (i.e., they are still bidirectional and are not driven as outputs) and pulled down in Suspend mode.
These signals are pulled up or down automatically depending on whether the SD buffer is enabled or not (CFG3), and whether
the system is in Suspend mode or not.
Summary: These pins have built-in pulldown and pullup resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes the pulldown resistors.
–Suspend mode invokes the pulldown resistors.
–Operating (Hyper/High/Low/Temp Low-Speed modes): the pins will have pullups if the SD buffer control signals are
enabled, and have pulldowns otherwise.
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Table 7.
Pin State Table—Memory Interface1
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
Type
CASH0
D13
O
D
30
CASH1
A17
O
D
CASL0
B15
O
CASL1
C14
D0
B10
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
Power
Down
Group
VCC
H
O
O[L][TS-PD]
A
2
30
VCC
H
O
O[L][TS-PD]
A
2
D
30
VCC
H
O
O[L][TS-PD]
A
2
O
D
30
VCC
H
O
O[L][TS-PD]
A
2
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
3
Note 5 V
D1
A10
B
C–E
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D2
C9
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D3
B9
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D4
A9
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
3
D5
B8
B
C–E
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D6
C8
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D7
A7
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D8
B7
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D9
A6
B
C–E3
D10
C7
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D11
B6
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D12
A5
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D13
C6
B
C–E3
D14
B5
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
D15
A4
B
C–E3
70
VCC
TS-PD
B-PD
TS-PD
4
KBD_ROW0
[CASL2]
B19
STI-OD
[O]
D
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
KBD_ROW1
[CASL3]
D16
STI-OD
[O]
D
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
A
KBD_ROW2
[CASH2]
C17
STI-OD
[O]
D
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
A
KBD_ROW3
[CASH3]
B18
STI-OD
[O]
D
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
A
STI-OD
[O]
C–E3
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
A
STI-OD
[O]
C–E3
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
TS-PD
5
KBD_ROW4
[RAS2]
D15
KBD_ROW5
[RAS3]
C16
250
250
250
250
250
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
2
A
2
2
2
2
2
A
KBD_ROW6
[MA12]
B17
STI-OD
[O]
C–E3
MA0 {CFG0}
C10
O {I}
C–E3
70
VCC
I-PD
O
TS-PPD
6
MA1 {CFG1}
B11
O {I}
C–E3
70
VCC
I-PD
O
TS-PPD
6
MA2 {CFG2}
A12
O {I}
C–E3
70
VCC
I-PD
O
TS-PPD
6, 7
70
VCC
I-PD
O
TS-PPD
6
MA3 {CFG3}
B12
O {I}
C–E3
MA4
C11
O
C–E3
70
VCC
I-PD
O
TS-PD
6, 8
MA5
A14
O
C–E3
70
VCC
L
O
TS-PD
8
MA6
B13
O
C–E3
70
VCC
L
O
TS-PD
8
70
VCC
L
O
TS-PD
8
MA7
C12
O
C–E3
MA8
A15
O
C–E3
70
VCC
L
O
TS-PD
8
MA9
B14
O
C–E3
70
VCC
L
O
TS-PD
8
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Table 7.
Pin State Table—Memory Interface 1 (Continued)
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
Type
MA10
C13
O
C–E3
70
3
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
Power
Down
Group
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
VCC
L
O
TS-PD
8
8
Note 5 V
MA11
A16
O
C–E
70
VCC
L
O
TS-PD
MWE
A11
O
C–E3
70
VCC
H
O
H[TS-PD]
A
2
RAS0
C15
O
C–E3
50
VCC
H
O
O[L][TS-PD]
A
2
RAS1
D14
O
C–E3
50
VCC
H
O
O[L][TS-PD]
A
2
ROMCS0
R18
O
B
50
VCC
H
O
H[TS-PD][TS]
B
9
S
B
9
S
B
9
S
B
9
S
ROMCS1
ROMRD
ROMWR
T19
V20
U19
O
O
O
B
B
B
50
50
50
VCC
VCC
VCC
H
H
H
O
O
O
H[TS-PD][TS]
H[TS-PD][TS]
H[TS-PD][TS]
Notes:
1. Pin states for D31–D16 are listed in Table 6 on page 42.
2. RAS3–RAS0, CASH3–CASH0, CASL3–CASL0, and MWE Suspend state of the pins:
–The RAS and CAS signals remain active if the DRAM interface is configured for CAS-before-RAS refresh in Suspend mode.
–The RAS and CAS signals will be Low if the DRAM is configured for self-refresh in Suspend mode.
–Will be three-stated with a pulldown resistor if the DRAM interface is programmed to be disabled so the DRAM can be
powered down (Power-Down Group A).
–Will not be affected by this when the RAS and CAS signals that share pins with other functions (RAS3–RAS2, CASH3–
CASH2, and CASL3–CASL2) are not enabled to come out of the chip.
–The MWE signal will be driven out High (deasserted) when the DRAM is programmed to be left powered (Power-Down
Group A).
Summary: These pins have built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Suspend mode and DRAM interface programmed for power-down in Suspend (Power-Down Group A), and the pins are
enabled as RAS/CAS for RAS3–RAS2, CASH3–CASH2, and CASL3–CASL2.
3. C, D, and E output drives are programmable.
4. The data bus D15–D0 has built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked when the data bus signals are inputs.
5. Memory Address MA12 Suspend state of the pin:
Will be three-stated with a pulldown resistor. This will work for CAS-before-RAS refresh, self-refresh, and the DRAM powered down.
Summary: This pin has a built-in pulldown resistor that is invoked by Suspend mode.
6. Memory Address MA4–MA0 pins are shared with the power-on configuration signals so the reset state of the pins has a pulldown resistor on these signals.
This default configuration will choose: not test mode and an 8-bit ROM/Flash memory accessed by ROMCS0 with the SD
buffer-control signals disabled. The pulldown resistors are from 50 K to 150 K; they need to be overridden by pullup resistors
on the board if other configurations are needed.
These pulldown resistors are disabled after reset; they are not active during normal chip operation.
For configuration signals CFG0, CFG1, CFG2, and CFG3, if the system uses the default configuration, the pulldown resistors
will be active again in Suspend mode. If external pullup resistors are used on the board for a different configuration, the pins
with external pullups will three-state in Suspend mode without pulldown resistors.
The reserved signal on MA4 is only used for AMD testing; it should not be pulled up on the system design. This pin will always
go to three-state with a pulldown resistor in Suspend mode.
Summary: Each pin has a built-in pulldown resistor that is invoked by:
–Reset
–Suspend mode and the configuration pin being Low during reset (for CFG3–CFG0).
–Suspend mode for the reserved signal on MA4.
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7. The CFG2 pin is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
8. Memory Address MA11–MA4 Suspend state of the pins:
Will be three-stated with a pulldown resistor. This will work for CAS-before-RAS refresh, self-refresh, and the DRAM powered
down.
Summary: These pins have built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked by Suspend mode.
9. The ROM control signals have three programmable options for Suspend mode:
–Driven High (inactive)
–Three-stated with no pullup or pulldown. This is useful when the ROM is at 5 V and left powered in Suspend. The board
design should not drive 3.3-V signals into a 5-V device during Suspend, because this can waste power. The system
designer could provide large pullup resistors to 5 V for each of these signals on the board if this configuration is
programmed.
– Three-stated with pulldown resistors when suspended with the intent of powering off the ROMs (Power-Down Group B).
Summary: These pins have built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Suspend mode; and the ROM interface is programmed to be powered off in Suspend mode (Power-Down Group B).
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Table 8.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
Type
Pin State Table—GPIOs/Parallel Port/PC Card Socket B
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
Power
Down
Group
Note
5V
GPIO15
[PCMA_VPP2]
Y15
B
[O]
B
50
VCC
I-PD
I-PPD[O]
O
I-PPD[O]
O
1,2
GPIO16
[PCMB_VCC]
V15
B
[O]
B
50
VCC
I-PD
I-PPD[O]
O
I-PPD[O]
O
1, 2
GPIO17
W15
[PCMB_VPP1]
B
[O]
B
50
VCC
I-PD
I-PPD[O]
O
I-PPD[O]
O
1, 2
GPIO18
[PCMB_VPP2]
Y14
B
[O]
B
50
VCC
I-PD
I-PPD[O]
O
I-PPD[O]
O
1, 2
GPIO19
[LBL2]
V14
B
[O]
B
50
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
O
1
GPIO20
[CD_A2]
G18
B
[I]
B
50
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PPU
I-PPU[O]
I-PPUD
G
1, 2
S
GPIO21
[PPDWE]
(PC Card
Enabled)
V3
B
[O]
C
30
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
TS-PD
I-PPU[O]
H[TS-PD][TS]
TS-PD
H
3
S
GPIO22
[PPOEN]
(PC Card
Enabled)
T3
B
[O]
C
30
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
TS-PD
I-PPU[O]
H[TS-PD][TS]
TS-PD
H
3
S
GPIO23
[SLCT]
[WP_B]
U4
B
[I]
[I]
D
150
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
I-PPUD
H
2, 3
S
GPIO24
[BUSY]
[BVD2_B]
U3
B
[I]
[I]
D
150
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
I-PPUD
H
2, 3
S
GPIO25
[ACK]
[BVD1_B]
U2
B
[I]
[I]
D
150
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
I-PPUD
H
2, 3
S
GPIO26
[PE]
[RDY_B]
W2
B
[I]
[I]
D
150
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
I-PPUD
H
2, 3
S
GPIO27
[ERROR]
[CD_B]
V4
B
[I]
[I]
D
150
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
I-PPUD
H
2, 3
S
GPIO28
[INIT]
[REG_B]
Y2
B
[OD][O]
[O]
D
150
VCC
OD-PU
I-PPU[O]
OD-PU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
OD-PU[OD-PD]
H[TS-PD][TS]
H
2, 3
S
GPIO29
[SLCTIN]
[RST_B]
W3
B
[OD][O]
[O]
D
150
VCC
OD-PU
I-PPU[O]
OD-PU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
OD-PU[OD-PD]
L[TS-PD]
H
2, 3
S
GPIO30
[AFDT]
[MCEH_B]
W1
B
[OD][O]
[O]
D
150
VCC
OD-PU
I-PPU[O]
OD-PU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
OD-PU[OD-PD]
H[TS-PD][TS]
H
2, 3
S
GPIO31
[STRB]
[MCEL_B]
V2
B
[OD][O]
[O]
D
150
VCC
OD-PU
I-PPU[O]
OD-PU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
OD-PU[OD-PD]
H[TS-PD][TS]
H
2, 3
S
GPIO_CS13
[PCMA_VCC]
V16
B
[O]
B
50
VCC
I-PD
I-PPD[O]
O
I-PPD[O]
O
1, 2
GPIO_CS14
W16
[PCMA_VPP1]
B
[O]
B
50
VCC
I-PD
I-PPD[O]
O
I-PPD[O]
O
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47
Notes:
1. The shared GPIO20–GPIO15, GPIO_CS14–GPIO_CS13, and PC Card battery signals:
As GPIO_CSxs, the signals are active in Suspend mode: that is, if they are inputs before Suspend, they are still inputs during
Suspend (the GPIO_CSs can be used to wake up the system); if they are outputs before Suspend, they are still outputs during
Suspend (the GPIO_CSs can be programmed to change state by mode). As inputs, the pullup or pulldown on the signal can be
disabled; if disabled, it is disabled in all modes. When the signal is an output, the built-in resistors are automatically disabled.
When enabled, the Latched Battery Low Detect function (LBL2) that is shared on GPIO19 is an output in all modes; there are
no pullup or pulldown resistors active.
On the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the PC Card functions shared on these pins are programmable by PC Card socket; the
pin multiplexing options are explained earlier in this document. For the PC Card power control (PCMA_VCC, PCMA_VPP1,
PCMA_VPP2, PCMB_VCC, PCMB_VPP1, PCMB_VPP2), the signals are outputs for each mode.
For the second Card Detect (CD_A2):
–Reset invokes pullup.
–During normal operation, the pullup resistor can be disabled by a register bit.
–During Suspend mode, the input will have a pulldown if the PC Card Socket A interface is programmed to be powered off
in Suspend mode (Power-Down Group G). If the socket is not programmed to be powered off in Suspend mode, the input
will have the same state as when operating: the pullup is programmable to be enabled or not.
2. The PC Card signals MCEL_B, MCEH_B, RST_B, REG_B, CD_B, RDY_B, BVD1_B, BVD2_B, WP_B, CD_A2,
PCMB_VPP2, PCMB_VPP1, PCMB_VCC, PCMA_VPP1, PCMA_VPP2, and PCMA_VCC are not supported on the
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
3. The shared parallel port, PC Card Socket B control, and GPIO signals:
–These signals default to the GPIO interface on reset.
–As a parallel port in Suspend mode, these signals are programmable to accommodate the parallel port powered up or
down.
–As PC Card control on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, these signals have the same features as the Socket A control
signals.
–As GPIOs, these signals are not handled specially in Suspend, they remain the same as they were when the chip was
active (i.e., they remain as inputs with the pullup enabled or not, or continue to drive out the same value if they were
outputs).
Summary: Shared parallel port/PC Card Socket B/GPIO signals: Built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes pullups
–As parallel port signals:
•Operating: pullups are enabled if not EPP mode. Outputs without pullup or pulldowns if EPP mode.
•Suspend: pullups are enabled, unless the parallel port is programmed to be powered off in Suspend mode, in which
case pulldowns are enabled.
•If EPP mode is enabled for the parallel port, the outputs are driven out at their last value in Suspend mode.
–As PC Card Socket B signals (ÉlanSC400 microcontroller only):
•Operating: outputs have no pullups or pulldowns; inputs have pullups that can be disabled by programming a bit.
•Suspend: outputs are driven out inactive with no pullups or pulldowns unless the PC Card Socket B is programmed
to be powered off in Suspend mode; then the outputs go to three-state with pulldown resistors; inputs will be the
same as they were when operating, with a pullup resistor that can be disabled by programming, unless the PC Card
Socket B is programmed to be powered off in Suspend mode (Power-Down Group H), in which case the inputs have
pulldown resistors enabled.
–As GPIO signals:
•Operating or Suspend: as outputs they have no pullups or pulldowns; as inputs they have pullups that can be disabled by programming a bit; no change of state when the system goes to Suspend.
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Table 9.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
GPIO_CS5
[IOCS16]
W19
GPIO_CS6
[IOCHRDY]
V18
GPIO_CS7
[PIRQ1]
Y19
GPIO_CS8
[PIRQ0]
W18
GPIO_CS9
[TC]
Type
Pin State Table—GPIOs/ISA Bus
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
50
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
C
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
C
I-PPU[O]
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PU[I-PD]
Note
5V
1
S
1
S
1
S
1
S
B
[I]
B
B
[STI]
B
B
[I]
B
B
[I]
B
Y18
B
[O]
C
50
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
TS-PD
1
S
GPIO_CS10
[AEN]
V17
B
[O]
C
50
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
TS-PD
1
S
GPIO_CS11
[PDACK0]
W17
B
[O]
C
50
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
H[TS-PD][TS]
1
S
GPIO_CS12
[PDRQ0]
Y17
B
[I]
B
I-PPD[O]
I-PD
I-PPD[O]
I-PD
1
S
50
50
50
50
VCC
Power
Down
Group
Reset
State
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PD
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Notes:
1. The shared GPIO_CS12–GPIO_CS5 and ISA signals:
As GPIO_CS signals, they are active in Suspend mode: that is, if they are inputs before Suspend, they are still inputs during
Suspend (they can be used to wake up the system); if they are outputs before Suspend, they are still outputs during Suspend
(they can be programmed to change state by mode). As inputs, the pullup or pulldown on the signal can be disabled; if
disabled, it is disabled in all modes. When the signal is an output, the built-in resistors are automatically disabled.
The ISA function for each pin is programmable by functional group: that is, the system can choose to use PIRQ0 and still use
the DMA pins as GPIO_CSxs (the pin multiplexing options are explained elsewhere in this document). As ISA signals, these
pins are programmable to support a system with ISA peripherals powered up or down in Suspend mode (Power-Down Group
C). For those signals that are High when deasserted, there is an option to three-state them with no built-in resistors, so an
external resistor can be placed on the board to pull them up to 5 V.
Summary: GPIO_CS12: Built-in pulldown resistor that is invoked by:
–Reset
–ISA signal enabled on this pin (the pin will be PDRQ0).
–The pulldown is disabled by this pin being a GPIO_CS and an output.
–The pulldown can be programmed to be disabled when the pin is a GPIO_CS input.
Summary: GPIO_CS11: Built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes the pullup.
–When enabled as the ISA signal PDACK0:
•In normal operation, this signal is an output and no pullup or pulldown is needed.
•The pulldown is invoked by Suspend mode and the ISA bus is programmed to be powered off in Suspend (PowerDown Group C).
•If the ISA bus is programmed for 5-V use and is not powered down in Suspend, then this signal is three-state without
a built-in pullup or pulldown resistor.
–When enabled as the GPIO_CS11 signal:
•As an output, the pullup and pulldown are disabled in all modes, and these GPIO_CSx signals can be active in
Suspend.
•As an input, the pullup can be programmed to be enabled or disabled; this will then be the state of the pin in all
modes, including Suspend.
Summary: GPIO_CS10–GPIO_CS9: Built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes the pullups.
–When enabled as the ISA signals AEN and TC:
•In normal operation, these signals are outputs and no pullup or pulldown is needed.
•The pulldowns are invoked by Suspend mode.
–When enabled as the GPIO_CS10–GPIO_CS9 signals:
•As an output, the pullup and pulldown are disabled in all modes, and these GPIO_CS signals can be active in Suspend.
•As an input, the pullup can be programmed to be enabled or disabled; this will then be the state of the pin in all
modes, including Suspend.
Summary: GPIO_CS8–GPIO_CS5: Built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes the pullups.
–When enabled as PIRQ1–PIRQ0, IOCHRDY, and IOCS16:
•In normal operation and Suspend, these signals are inputs and the pullup resistors are active.
•The pulldowns are invoked by Suspend mode and the ISA bus interface programmed for power off in Suspend
(Power-Down Group C).
–When enabled as the GPIO_CS8–GPIO_CS5 signals:
•As an output, the pullup and pulldown are disabled in all modes, and these GPIO_CSx signals can be active in
Suspend.
•As an input, the pullup can be programmed to be enabled or disabled; this will then be the state of the pin in all
modes, including Suspend.
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Table 10. Pin State Table—GPIOs/System Data (SD) Buffer Control
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
Type
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
Power
Down
Group
Note
5V
GPIO_CS2
[[DBUFRDL]]
C18
B
[[O]]
C
50
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
TS-PD
1
GPIO_CS3
[[DBUFRDH]]
D17
B
[[O]]
C
50
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
TS-PD
1
GPIO_CS4
[[DBUFOE]]
C4
B
[[O]]
C
50
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
O
I-PPU[O]
H[TS-PD][TS]
I
1
S
KBD_ROW13
[[R32BFOE]]
A3
STI-OD
[O]
C
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
H[TS-PD][TS]
I
2
S
Notes:
1. The data buffer control signals are shared with the GPIO_CS4–GPIO_CS2 signals and with the keyboard row signal:
When the data buffer control signals are enabled on the pins, they will drive inactive during Suspend mode, go three-state
without resistors to allow an external resistor to 5 V, or three-state with a pulldown to support powering off the data buffer.
Summary: GPIO_CS4–GPIO_CS2/DBUFOE/DBUFRDH/DBUFRDL: Built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes pullup.
–When buffer control is invoked by the configuration pin, these pins are outputs without any pullups or pulldowns.
–When buffer control is enabled and in Suspend mode, DBUFRDH and DBUFRDL are three-state with the pulldowns
enabled; DBUFOE has three options:
•High (inactive) with no pullup or pulldown.
•Three-state with a pulldown if it is programmed for the buffer to be powered off in Suspend mode (Power-Down Group I).
•Three-state with no pulldown if it is programmed for the buffer to be powered on in Suspend mode and at 5 V.
–When enabled as the GPIO_CS4–GPIO_CS2 signals:
•As an output, the pullup and pulldown are disabled in all modes, and these GPIO_CS signals can be active in Suspend.
•As an input, the pullup can be programmed to be enabled or disabled. This will then be the state of the pin in all
modes, including Suspend.
2. This data buffer control signal (R32BFOE) is shared with the keyboard row signal:
When the data buffer control signals are enabled on the pins, they will drive inactive during Suspend mode, go three-state
without resistors to allow an external resistor to 5 V, or three-state with a pulldown to support powering off the data buffer.
Summary: KBD_ROW13/R32BFOE: Built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes the pullup.
–As R32BFOE, this pin is an output without a pullup or pulldown.
–When buffer control is enabled and in Suspend mode, R32BFOE has three options:
•High (inactive) with no pullup or pulldown.
•Three-state with a pulldown if it is programmed for the buffer to be powered off in Suspend mode.
•Three-state with no pulldown if it is programmed for the buffer to be powered on in Suspend mode and at 5 V.
–When enabled as the keyboard row signal, this signal has a pullup enabled at all times.
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Table 11.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
GPIO_CS0
GPIO_CS1
Pin
#
Type
V19
Y20
B
B
Pin State Table—GPIOs
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
B
50
VCC
B
50
VCC
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
I-PU
I-PU
I-PPU[O]
I-PPU[O]
I-PPU[O]
I-PPU[O]
Power
Down
Group
E
E
Note
5V
1
S
S
1
Notes:
1. The GPIO_CS signals become inputs in Suspend mode with either a pullup resistor for devices that are left powered, or a
pulldown resistor for devices that are to be powered off.
Summary: GPIO_CS1–GPIO_CS0: Built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
Reset invokes pullup.
When enabled as the GPIO_CS1–GPIO_CS0 signals:
As an output, the pullup and pulldown are disabled in all modes, and these GPIO_CSxs can be active in Suspend.
As an input, the pullup can be programmed to be enabled or disabled; this will then be the state of the pin in all modes,
including Suspend.
Table 12.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
CTS
DCD
DSR
DTR
RIN
RTS
SIN
SOUT
Pin
#
Type
V10
V9
W10
Y8
V11
W8
W11
Y10
I
I
I
O
I
O
I
O
Pin State Table—Serial Port
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
VCC
VCC
VCC
A
30
VCC
VCC
A
30
VCC
VCC
A
30
VCC
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
H
I-PU
H
I-PU
H
I-PU [I-PD]
I-PU [I-PD]
I-PU [I-PD]
O [TS-PD]
I-PU [I-PD]
O [TS-PD]
I-PU [I-PD]
O [TS-PD]
I-PU[I-PD]
I-PU[I-PD]
I-PU[I-PD]
TS-PD
I-PU[I-PD]
TS-PD
I-PU[I-PD]
TS-PD
Power
Down
Group
D
D
D
Note
5V
1
1
1
1
D
1
1
D
1
1
Notes:
1. The serial port output signals are three-state with built-in pulldown resistors in Suspend mode. The serial port input signals
can be left as inputs with pullups for a Suspend when the serial device is left powered. Or, they can be configured as inputs
with pulldown resistors if the serial device is to be powered off (Power-Down Group D).
Summary: The serial port output pins have built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked by Suspend mode.
Summary: The serial port input pins have built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes the pullup resistors.
–Operating: the pullup resistors are enabled.
–Suspend mode invokes the pulldown resistors if the serial interface is programmed to be powered off in Suspend (PowerDown Group C); otherwise there are pullup resistors in Suspend mode.
Table 13.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
SIRIN
SIROUT
Pin
#
Type
Y9
V8
I
O
Pin State Table—Infrared Interface
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
VCC
A
30
VCC
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
I-PD
L
I-PPD
O
I-PPD
TS-PD
Power
Down
Group
Note
5V
1
1
Notes:
1. The serial infrared interface output and input settle to Suspend states that allow the device to be powered up or off. The output
is three-state with a built-in pulldown resistor, and the input has a built-in pulldown resistor. The pulldown resistor on the input
pin (SIRIN) can be programmed to be disabled during normal operation and Suspend mode.
Summary: The serial infrared input pin has a built-in pulldown resistor that is invoked by:
–Reset invokes the pulldown resistor.
–The pulldown resistor is then programmable to be there or not.
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Table 14.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
Type
Pin State Table—Keyboard Interface
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
Power
Down
Group
Note
5V
KBD_COL0
[XT_DATA]
E2
OD-STI
[B]
D
250
VCC
ODPU
IOD-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
1
S
KBD_COL1
[XT_CLK]
D1
OD-STI
[B]
D
250
VCC
ODPU
IOD-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
1
S
KBD_COL2/
PIRQ3
A2
OD-STI
[I]
D
250
VCC
ODPU
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD[I-PD]
1
S
KBD_COL3/
PIRQ4
B3
OD-STI
[I]
D
ODPU
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD[I-PD]
1
S
C
KBD_COL4/
PIRQ5
C3
OD-STI
[I]
D
ODPU
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD[I-PD]
1
S
C
KBD_COL5/
PIRQ6
A1
OD-STI
[I]
D
ODPU
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD[I-PD]
1
S
C
KBD_COL6/
PIRQ7
B2
OD-STI
[I]
D
ODPU
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
I-PPUD[I-PD]
1
S
C
KBD_COL7
C5
OD-STI
D
250
VCC
ODPU
IOD-PPUD
IOD-PPUD
KBD_ROW0
[CASL2]
B19
STI-OD
[O]
D
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
KBD_ROW1
[CASL3]
D16
STI-OD
[O]
D
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
A
KBD_ROW2
[CASH2]
C17
STI-OD
[O]
D
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
A
KBD_ROW3
[CASH3]
B18
STI-OD
[O]
D
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
A
KBD_ROW4
[RAS2]
D15
STI-OD
[O]
P-C,E
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
A
KBD_ROW5
[RAS3]
C16
STI-OD
[O]
P-C,E
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
O[L][TS-PD]
KBD_ROW6
[MA12]
B17
STI-OD
[O]
P-C,E
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
TS-PD
KBD_ROW7
[PDACK1]
D3
STI-OD
[O]
C
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
H[TS-PD][TS]
KBD_ROW8
[PDRQ1]
C2
STI-OD
[I]
C
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
I-PD
I-PU
I-PD
KBD_ROW9
[PIRQ2]
E3
STI-OD
[I]
C
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU[I-PD]
KBD_ROW10
[BALE]
D2
STI-OD
[O]
C
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
TS-PD
KBD_ROW11
[SBHE]
C1
STI-OD
[O]
C
250
VCC
I-PU
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
H[TS-PD][TS]
C
KBD_ROW12
[MCS16]
F3
STI-OD
[I]
C
IOD-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU[I-PD]
C
KBD_ROW13
[[R32BFOE]]
A3
STI-OD
[O]
C
IOD-PU
O
I-PU
H[TS-PD][TS]
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
I-PU
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1
2
A
2
2
2
2
2
A
3
S
C
S
S
C
S
S
S
I
4
S
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Notes:
1. The keyboard column signals are shared with the programmable IRQs and XT keyboard signals.
As keyboard column signals and XT keyboard signals, they are inputs and open drain outputs with pullup or pulldown
resistors in normal operation and Suspend mode. Each column signal is individually programmable for the pullup or pulldown
in the keyboard extended registers.
As IRQs, the pins are inputs with built-in pullup or pulldown resistors (use the same registers in the keyboard controller to
enable pullups or pulldowns). During Suspend mode, they stay as inputs with the pullup or pulldown. Or, if Power-Down
Group C is enabled for the ISA bus to be powered down in Suspend mode and a bit is set identifying that these signals are
being used as IRQs, they will have pulldown resistors activated. There is no programmable bit to make these signals IRQs
beyond the extended register in the interrupt controller that maps the pin to a particular IRQ. If the system must use any of
these as IRQs, a bit must be set, notifying the chip, so that they can have the pulldown resistors invoked in Suspend mode.
Summary: As keyboard column and XT keyboard signals:
–Pullup or pulldown resistor depending on the setting of the Keyboard Column Pullup/Pulldown register in the keyboard
controller.
Summary: As programmable IRQ signals:
–Pullup or pulldown resistors during normal operation and Suspend (depending on the configuration register in the
keyboard controller.
–Pulldown resistors during suspend if Power-Down Group C (the ISA bus) is enabled for power-down in Suspend, and a
bit is set indicating that these signals are used as IRQs and need to be pulled down in Suspend.
2. RAS3–RAS2, CASH3–CASH2, and CASL3–CASL2 Suspend state of the pins:
–The RAS and CAS signals remain active if the DRAM interface is configured for CAS-before-RAS refresh in Suspend
mode.
–The RAS and CAS signals will be Low if the DRAM is configured for self-refresh in Suspend mode.
–Will be three-stated with a pulldown resistor if the DRAM interface is programmed to be disabled so the DRAM can be
powered down (Power-Down Group A).
–Will not be affected by this when the RAS and CAS signals that share pins with other functions are not enabled to come
out of the chip.
Summary: These pins have built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Suspend mode and DRAM interface programmed for power-down in Suspend (Power-Down Group A), and the pins are
enabled as RAS/CAS for RAS3–RAS2, CASH3–CASH2, and CASL3–CASL2.
3. Memory Address MA12 Suspend state of the pin:
Will be three-stated with a pulldown resistor. This will work for CAS-before-RAS refresh, self-refresh, and the DRAM powered
down.
Summary: This pin has a built-in pulldown resistor that is invoked by Suspend mode.
4. The data buffer control signal R32BFOE that is shared with the keyboard row signal:
When the data buffer control signals are enabled on the pins, they will drive inactive during Suspend mode, go three-state
without resistors to allow an external resistor to 5 V, or three-state with a pulldown to support powering off the data buffer.
Summary: KBD_ROW13/R32BFOE: Built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes the pullup.
–As R32BFOE, this pin is an output without a pullup or pulldown.
–When buffer control is enabled and in Suspend mode, R32BFOE has three options:
•High (inactive) with no pullup or pulldown.
•Three-state with a pulldown if it is programmed for the buffer to be powered off in Suspend mode.
•Three-state with no pulldown if it is programmed for the buffer to be powered on in Suspend mode and at 5 V.
–When enabled as the keyboard row signal, this signal has a pullup enabled at all times.
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Table 15.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
Type
BVD1_A
V1
I
BVD2_A
CD_A
ICDIR
R3
Pin State Table—PC Card Socket A
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
VCC
I
R2
VCC
I
M3
O
VCC
B
50
VCC
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
Power
Down
Group
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPUD
G
1,2
S
G
1, 2
S
G
1, 2
S
G
1, 2
S
S
I-PU
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPU
L
O
I-PPUD
I-PPUD
H[TS-PD][TS]
Note 5 V
MCEH_A
[[BNDSCN_TMS]]
N3
O
[[I]]
B
50
VCC
H
O
[I-PD]
H[TS-PD][TS]
G
1, 2
MCEL_A
[[BDNSCN_TCK]]
P2
O
[[I]]
B
50
VCC
H
O
[I-PD]
H[TS-PD][TS]
G
1, 2
S
OE
P1
O
B
50
VCC
H
O
H[TS-PD][TS]
G
1, 2
S
RDY_A
P3
I
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPUD
G
1, 2
S
S
REG_A
[[BNDSCN_TDO]]
M2
O
[[O]]
B
50
VCC
H
O
[O]
H[TS-PD][TS]
G
1, 2
RST_A
[[BNDSCN_TDI]]
R1
O
[[I]]
B
50
VCC
O
O
[I-PD]
L[TS-PD]
G
1, 2
S
WAIT_AB
U1
I
VCC
I-PU
I-PPU
I-PPUD
G
1, 2
S
G
1, 2
S
G
1, 2
S
N2
WE
WP_A
O
T2
I
B
50
VCC
VCC
H
I-PU
O
I-PPU
H[TS-PD][TS]
I-PPUD
Notes:
1. On the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller only, the PC Card control signals for Socket A:
The pullup resistors for the input signals are built in and can be disabled if external pullups are necessary (the external pullups
can be on a different power plane).
In Suspend mode, the signals can be configured for: a card not plugged in (inputs terminated with internal resistors), a card
plugged in and powered (the output signals drive out inactive), a card plugged in and powered and at 5 V (the inactive High
output signals are three-stated and pullup resistors should be put on the board), and a card plugged in and powered off (the
signals terminated with pulldown resistors) (Power-Down Group G).
Summary: The outputs are built-in pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Suspend and PC Card Socket A is programmed to be powered off in Suspend (Power-Down Group G).
–These are not pulldowns for normal operation. These are driven outputs.
Summary: The inputs are built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes pullups.
–During normal operation, the pullup resistors can be disabled by a register bit.
–During Suspend mode, the inputs will have pulldowns if the PC Card Socket A interface is programmed to be powered off
in Suspend mode (Power-Down Group G). If the socket is not programmed to be powered off in Suspend mode, the inputs
have the same state as when operating: the pullups are programmable to be enabled or not.
2. The PC Card signals MCEL_A, MCEH_A, RST_A, REG_A, CD_A, RDY_A, BVD1_A, BVD2_A, WP_A, WAIT_AB, OE, WE,
and ICDIR are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
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Table 16.
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
FRM
[VL_LCLK]
E19
LC
[VL_BE1]
E20
LCDD0
[VL_RST]
B20
LCDD1
[VL_ADS]
C19
LCDD2
[VL_W/R]
D18
LCDD3
[VL_M/IO]
C20
LCDD4
[VL_LRDY]
D19
LCDD5
[VL_D/C]
E18
LCDD6
[VL_LDEV]
F17
LCDD7
[VL_BE3]
D20
LVDD
[VL_BLAST]
A19
LVEE
[VL_BRDY]
A20
M
[VL_BE2]
F18
SCK
[VL_BE0]
F19
56
Type
Pin State Table—Graphics Controller/VESA Local Bus Control
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
O
[O]
E
O
[O]
D
O
[O]
D
O
[O]
D
O
[O]
D
O
[O]
D
O
[I]
D
O
[O]
D
O
[I]
D
O
[O]
D
O
[O]
D
O
[I]
D
O
[O]
D
O
[O]
D
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
50
50
150
150
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
Power
Down
Group
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
TS-PD
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
TS-PD
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
F
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
F
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
F
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
F
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
F
TS-PD[O]
I
TS-PD
I[I-PD]
F
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
F
TS-PD[O]
I
TS-PD
I[I-PD]
F
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
F
O[TS-PU]
O[TS-PU]
H
H[TS-PD]
F
O[TS-PU]
I
H
I[I-PD]
F
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
F
O[TS-PD]
O[TS-PD]
TS-PD
H[TS-PD]
TS-PD
TS-PD
TS-PD
TS-PD
TS-PD
TS-PD
TS-PD
TS-PD
TS-PD
TS-PU
TS-PU
TS-PD
TS-PD
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Note
5V
1,2
S
1,2
S
1,2
S
1,2
S
1,2
S
1,2
S
1,2
S
1,2
S
1,2
S
1,2
S
F
1,2
1,2
F
1,2
S
1,2
S
Notes:
1. The shared graphics controller interface and VESA local bus pins:
These signals default to three-state with pulldown resistors and remain this way until an LCD or VL-bus interface is selected
(all except LVEE and LVDD).
When the graphics controller is enabled on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the signals will be three-state with pulldowns
whenever the LCD is not enabled. This allows the LCD to be powered off in any mode, and prevents damage to the LCD by
having it powered when the timing of the signals is not correct. In Suspend these signals are three-state with pulldowns. The
LCD cannot be driven in Suspend.
When the VESA local bus interface is enabled, the signals will become the inputs and outputs necessary for VL-bus support.
In Suspend, the signals support leaving the VL device powered on or off (Power-Down Group F).
Summary: LCD control signals/VESA local bus control signals (all except LVEE and LVDD) have built-in pulldown resistors
that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes pulldowns.
–Graphics controller disabled and VL-bus disabled invokes pulldowns.
–VL-bus enabled and VL interface programmed for power-down in Suspend mode invokes pulldowns (Power-Down Group F).
–Graphics controller enabled and LCD enabled. All pins are outputs with no termination.
–Graphics controller enabled and LCD disabled. All pins are three-state with pulldowns.
–VL-bus enabled and not Suspend mode. No pulldowns enabled.
Summary: LVEE and LVDD have built-in pullup and pulldown resistors that are invoked by:
–Reset invokes pullups.
–VL-bus enabled and VL interface programmed for power-down in Suspend mode invokes pulldowns in Suspend mode
(Power-Down Group F).
–Graphics enabled. Drive out High in Suspend.
–Graphics enabled. Both pins are outputs without pullups or pulldowns.
–VL-bus enabled. No pullups or pulldowns in normal operation.
2. The graphics controller signals LCDD7–LCDD0, M, LC, SCK, FRM, LVEE, and LVDD are not supported on the ÉlanSC410
microcontroller.
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Table 17.
Pin State Table—Miscellaneous
Signal Name
[Alternate
Function]
Pin
#
32KXTAL1
Y6
VRTC
1
32KXTAL2
Y4
VRTC
1
ACIN
BBATSEN
Type
Max
Output
Load Supply
Drive
(pF)
Reset
State
Normal
Operation
Suspend
State
W12
STI
VCC
I-PD
I-PD
I-PD
V6
A
VRTC
I
I
I
Power
Down
Group
Note
1
BL1
Y13
STI
VCC
I
I
I
BL2
W13
STI
VCC
I
I
I
BLO
[CLK_IO]
W14
STI[B]
VCC
I
I
I[O]
I
I[TS-PD]
BNDSCN_EN
Y11
I
VCC
I-PD
I-PD
I-PD
LF_HS
V5
A
AVCC
Analog
Analog
Analog
LF_INT
Y3
A
AVCC
Analog
Analog
Analog
LF_LS
W4
A
AVCC
Analog
Analog
Analog
LF_VID
W5
A
AVCC
Analog
Analog
Analog
2
RESET
Y7
STI
VCC
I
I
I
1
SPKR
V7
O
VCC
L
O
TS-PD
SUS_RES/
KBD_ROW14
Y12
STI/STI
VCC
I
I
I
B
B
50
50
Notes:
1. The 32-kHz crystal signals are active in all modes.
The RESET signal is enabled as an input in all modes to reset the whole chip.
The BBATSEN signal is active during reset to sense the state of the backup battery.
Summary: No pullups or pulldowns on these pins.
2. The LF_VID signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
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Table 18.
Pin State Table—Power1 and Ground
Signal Name (Alternate Function)
Pin #
Type
GND
D4
—
GND
D5
—
GND
D6
—
GND
D7
—
GND
D8
—
GND
D9
—
GND
D10
—
GND
D12
—
GND
D11
—
GND
E4
—
GND
F4
—
GND
G4
—
GND
H4
—
GND
H8
Thermal
GND
H9
Thermal
GND
H10
Thermal
GND
H11
Thermal
GND
H12
Thermal
GND
H13
Thermal
GND
J4
—
GND
J8
Thermal
GND
J9
Thermal
GND
J10
Thermal
GND
J11
Thermal
GND
J12
Thermal
GND
J13
Thermal
GND
K8
Thermal
GND
K9
Thermal
GND
K10
Thermal
GND
K11
Thermal
GND
K12
Thermal
GND
K13
Thermal
GND
L8
Thermal
GND
L9
Thermal
GND
L10
Thermal
GND
L11
Thermal
GND
L12
Thermal
GND
L13
Thermal
GND
M8
Thermal
GND
M9
Thermal
GND
M10
Thermal
GND
M11
Thermal
GND
M12
Thermal
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Table 18.
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Pin State Table—Power1 and Ground (Continued)
Signal Name (Alternate Function)
Pin #
Type
GND
M13
Thermal
GND
N8
Thermal
GND
N9
Thermal
GND
N10
Thermal
GND
N11
Thermal
GND
N12
Thermal
GND
N13
Thermal
GND
R17
—
GND
T17
—
GND
U5
—
GND
U6
—
GND
U7
—
GND
U8
—
GND
U9
—
GND
U10
—
GND
U11
—
GND
U12
—
GND
U13
—
GND
U14
—
GND
U15
—
GND
U16
—
GND
U17
—
GND_A
Y5
Analog
VCC
A8
I/O
VCC
A13
I/O
VCC
A18
I/O
VCC
B1
I/O
VCC
B4
I/O
VCC
B16
I/O
VCC
E1
I/O
VCC
E17
I/O
VCC
G17
I/O
VCC
H1
I/O
VCC
J17
I/O
VCC
J3
I/O
VCC
L17
Logic
VCC
M1
I/O
VCC
M17
Logic
VCC
M19
I/O
VCC
N17
Logic
VCC
P17
Logic
VCC
P18
I/O
VCC
T1
I/O
VCC
U18
I/O
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Table 18.
Pin State Table—Power1 and Ground (Continued)
Signal Name (Alternate Function)
Pin #
Type
VCC
V13
I/O
VCC_RTC
W7
RTC
VCC
W9
I/O
VCC
Y1
I/O
VCC
Y16
I/O
VCC_A
W6
Analog
VCC_CPU
K4
CPU
VCC_CPU
L4
CPU
VCC_CPU
M4
CPU
VCC_CPU
N4
CPU
VCC_CPU
P4
CPU
VCC_CPU
R4
CPU
VCC_CPU
T4
CPU
Notes:
1. See the signal descriptions under the Reset and Power subheading
in the Signal Description table beginning on page 62 for additional
information about the VCC pins.
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SIGNAL DESCRIPTIONS
The descriptions in Table 19 are organized in
alphabetical order within the functional group listed here.
■ Serial Port on page 66
■ System Interface on page 62
■ General-Purpose Input/Output on page 67
■ Configuration Pins on page 63
■ Serial Infrared Port on page 67
■ Memory Interface on page 64
■ PC Card Controller (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller
Only) on page 67
■ VL-Bus Interface on page 64
■ LCD Graphics Controller (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only) on page 68
■ Power Management on page 65
■ Clocks on page 66
■ Boundary Scan Test Interface on page 69
■ Parallel Port on page 66
■ Reset and Power on page 69
Table 19.
Signal
Type
■ Keyboard Interfaces on page 67
Signal Description Table
Description
System Interface
AEN
O
DMA Address Enable indicates that the current address active on the SA25–SA0 address
bus is a memory address, and that the current cycle is a DMA cycle. All I/O devices should
use this signal in decoding their I/O addresses, and should not respond when this signal is
asserted. When AEN is asserted, the PDACK1– PDACK0 signals are used to select the
appropriate I/O device for the DMA transfer. AEN is also asserted when a DMA cycle is
occurring internal to the chip.
On the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, AEN is also asserted for all accesses to the PC Card I/O
space to prevent ISA devices from responding to the IOR/IOW signal assertions because
these signals are shared between the PC Card and ISA interfaces.
BALE
O
Bus Address Latch Enable is driven at the beginning of an ISA bus cycle with a valid
address. This signal can be used by external devices to latch the address for the current
cycle. BALE is also asserted for all accesses to the PC Card interfaces (memory or I/O)
(ÉlanSC400 microcontroller only) and all DMA cycles. This prevents an ISA device from
responding to a cycle based on a previously latched address.
DBUFOE
O
Data Buffer Output Enable controls the output enable on the external transceiver required
to drive the peripheral data bus in local bus and 32-bit DRAM modes.
DBUFRDH
O
High Byte Data Buffer Direction Control controls direction of data flow through the external
transceiver required to drive the peripheral data bus in local bus and 32-bit DRAM mode. This
is the control signal for the upper 8 bits of the data bus.
DBUFRDL
O
Low Byte Data Buffer Direction Control controls direction of data flow through the external
transceiver required to drive the peripheral data bus in local bus and 32-bit DRAM mode. This
is the control signal for the lower 8 bits of the data bus.
IOCHRDY
STI
PU
I/O Channel Ready should be driven by open-drain devices. When pulled Low during an ISA
access, wait states are inserted in the current cycle. This pin has an internal weak pullup that
should be supplemented by a stronger external pullup (usually 4.7 KΩ to 1 KΩ) for faster rise
time.
IOCS16
I
I/O Chip Select 16: The targeted I/O device drives this signal active early in the cycle to
request a 16-bit transfer.
IOR
O
I/O Read Command indicates that the current cycle is a read from the currently addressed
I/O device. When this signal is asserted, the selected I/O device can drive data onto the data
bus. This signal is also shared with the PC Card interface on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller.
IOW
O
I/O Write Command indicates that the current cycle is a write to the currently addressed
I/O device. When this signal is asserted, the selected I/O device can latch data from the data
bus. This signal is also shared with the PC Card interface on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller.
MCS16
I
Memory Chip Select 16 indicates to the ISA control logic that the targeted memory device
is a 16-bit-wide device.
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Table 19.
Signal Description Table (Continued)
Signal
Type
Description
MEMR
O
Memory Read Command indicates that the current cycle is a read of the currently
addressed memory device. When this signal is asserted, the memory device can drive data
onto the data bus.
MEMW
O
Memory Write Command indicates that the current cycle is a write of the currently
addressed memory device. When this signal is asserted, the memory device can latch data
from the data bus.
PDACK1–PDACK0
O
Programmable DMA Acknowledge signals can each be mapped to one of the seven
available DMA channels. They are driven active (Low) back to the DMA initiator to
acknowledge the corresponding DMA requests.
PDRQ1–PDRQ0
I
Programmable DMA Requests can each be mapped to one of the seven available DMA
channels. They are asserted active (High) by a DMA initiator to request DMA service from
the DMA controller.
PIRQ7–PIRQ0
I
Programmable Interrupt Requests can each be mapped to one of the available 8259
interrupt channels. They are asserted when a peripheral requires interrupt service.
(Rising Edge/Active High Trigger)
RSTDRV
O
System Reset is the ISA bus reset signal. When this signal is asserted, all connected
devices reinitialize to their reset state. This signal should not be confused with the internal
CPU RESET and SRESET signals.
SA25–SA0
O
System Address Bus outputs the physical memory or I/O port latched addresses. It is used
by all external peripheral devices other than main system DRAM. In addition, this is the local
address bus in local bus mode.
SBHE
O
System Byte High Enable is driven active when the high data byte is to be transferred on
the upper 8 bits of the ISA data bus.
SD15–SD0
B
System Data Bus is shared between ISA, 8- or 16-bit ROM/Flash memory, and PC Card
peripherals (on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller only) and can be directly connected to all of
these devices. In addition, these signals are the upper word of the local data bus, the 32-bit
DRAM interface, and the 32-bit ROM interface. In these modes, the system data bus can be
generated via an external buffer connected to the SD bus and controlled by the buffer control
signals provided.
SPKR
O
Speaker, Digital Audio Output controls an external speaker driver. It is generated from the
internal 8254-compatible timer Channel 2 output ANDed with I/O Port 0061h[1] (Speaker
Data Enable); on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the PC Card speaker signals are
exclusively ORed with each other and the speaker control function of the timer to generate
the SPKR signal.
TC
O
Terminal Count is driven from the DMA controller pair to indicate that the transfer count for
the currently active DMA channel has reached zero, and that the current DMA cycle is the
last transfer.
BNDSCN_EN
I
Boundary Scan Enable enables the boundary scan pin functions. When this pin is High, the
boundary scan interface is enabled. When this pin is Low, the boundary scan pin functions
are disabled and the pins are configured to their default functions. This pin must be held Low
during reset for normal operation.
CFG1–CFG0
I
Configuration Pins 1–0 select the data bus width for the physical device(s) selected by the
ROMCS0 pin (i.e., 8-, 16-, or 32-bit-wide). These pins are sampled at the deassertion of RESET.
CFG2
I
Configuration Pin 2 selects whether or not the system will boot from PC Card Socket A
memory card or from the device attached to ROMCS0. This pin is sampled at the deassertion
of RESET. This pin is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
CFG3
I
Configuration Pin 3 enables the SD buffer control signals, DBUFOE, DBUFRDH, and
DBUFRDL. This pin is sampled at the deassertion of RESET.
Configuration Pins
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Table 19.
Signal
Type
Signal Description Table (Continued)
Description
Memory Interface
CASH3–CASH0
O
Column Address Strobe High indicates to the DRAM devices that a valid column address
is asserted on the MA lines.
These CAS signals are for the odd banks (Banks 1 and 3); CASH3–CASH2 are for the high
word; and CASH1–CASH0 is for the low word.
CASL3–CASL0
O
Column Address Strobe Low indicates to the DRAM devices that a valid column address
is asserted on the MA lines.
These CAS signals are for the even banks (Banks 0 and 2); CASL1–CASL0 are for the low
word; CASL3–CASL2 are for the high word.
D31–D0
B
Data Bus is used for DRAM and local bus cycles. This bus is also used when interfacing to
32-bit ROMs.
MA12–MA0
O
Memory Address: The DRAM row and column addresses are multiplexed onto this bus.
Row addresses are driven onto this bus and are valid upon the falling edge of RAS. Column
addresses are driven onto this bus and are valid upon the falling edge of CAS.
MWE
O
Write Enable indicates an active write cycle to the DRAM devices. This signal is also used
to three-state EDO DRAMs at the end of EDO read cycles.
R32BFOE
O
ROM 32-Bit Buffer Output Enable provides the buffer enable signal for the external
transceivers on the low word of the ROM interface. This signal is automatically provided
when the ROMCS0 interface is configured as 32 bit (the configuration can be done using
either CFG1–CFG0 or CSC index 20h[1–0]). Once ROMCS0 is configured as 32 bit, all
accesses to 32-bit ROM devices on ROMCS2–ROMCS0 result in the assertion of the
R32BFOE signal.
RAS3–RAS0
O
Row Address Strobe indicates to the DRAM devices that a valid row address is asserted
on the MA lines.
ROMCS2–ROMCS0
O
ROM Chip Selects are active Low outputs that provide the chip select for the BIOS ROM
and/or the ROM/Flash memory array. After power-on reset, the ROMCS0 chip select will go
active for accesses into the 64-Kbyte segment that contains the boot vector, at address
3FF0000h to 3FFFFFFh. ROMCS0 can be driven active during a linear (direct) address
decode of certain addresses in the high memory (00A0000h–00FFFFFh) region. By default,
direct-mapped accesses to the 64-Kbyte region from 00FFFF0h to 00FFFFFh are enabled
to support Legacy PC/AT BIOS. This area is known as the aliased boot vector. It can also be
activated by accessing a Memory Management System (MMS) page that points to the ROM0
address space. ROMCS1 is activated only when accessing an MMS page that points to it. A
third, MMS-mappable ROMCS2 signal is available by reconfiguring one of the chip’s General
Purpose Input Output (GPIO) pins for this function and also requires the use of MMS to
access devices connected to it.
ROMRD
O
ROM Read indicates that the current cycle is a read of the currently selected ROM device.
When this signal is asserted, the selected ROM device can drive data onto the data bus.
ROMWR
O
ROM Write indicates that the current cycle is a write of the currently selected ROM device.
When this signal is asserted, the selected ROM device can latch data from the data bus.
VL_ADS
O
Local Bus Address Strobe is asserted to indicate the start of a VL-bus cycle. It is always
strobed Low for one clock period. The address and status lines are valid on the rising edge
of VL_LCLK, which samples this signal Low.
VL_BE3–VL_BE0
O
Local Bus Byte Enables indicate which byte lanes of the 32-bit data bus are involved with
the current VL-bus transfer.
VL_BLAST
O
Local Bus Burst Last is asserted to indicate that the next VL_BRDY assertion will terminate
the current VL-bus transfer.
VL-Bus Interface
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Table 19.
Signal
Type
Signal Description Table (Continued)
Description
VL_BRDY
I
Local Bus Burst Ready is asserted by the VL-bus target to indicate that it is terminating the
current burst transfer. The chip samples this signal on the rising edge of VL_LCLK.
VL_BRDY should be asserted for one VL_LCLK period per burst transfer. If VL_LRDY is
asserted at the same time as VL_BRDY, VL_BRDY is ignored and the VL-bus transfer is
terminated.
VL_D/C
VL_M/IO
VL_W/R
O
O
O
Local Bus Data/Code Status is driven Low to indicate that code is being transferred. A High
on this signal indicates that data is being transferred.
Local Bus Memory/I/O Status is driven Low to indicate an I/O transfer. A High on this signal
indicates a memory transfer.
Local Bus Write/Read Status is driven Low to indicate a read transfer. A High on this signal
indicates a write.
Bus Cycle Initiated
Interrupt Acknowledge
VL_M/IO
VL_D/C
VL_W/R
0
0
0
Halt/Special Cycle
0
0
1
I/O Read
0
1
0
I/O Write
0
1
1
Code Read
1
0
0
Reserved
1
0
1
Memory Read
1
1
0
Memory Write
1
1
1
VL_LCLK
O
Local Bus Clock is the VL-bus clock. It is used by the VL-bus target for all timing references.
This signal is in phase with the internal CPU’s clock input.
(Rising Edge Active)
VL_LDEV
I
Local Bus Device Select is asserted by the VL-bus target to indicate that it is accepting the
current transfer as indicated by the address and status lines. The VL-bus target asserts this
signal as a function of the address and status presented on the bus.
VL_LRDY
I
Local Bus Ready is asserted by the VL-bus target to indicate that it is terminating the current
bus cycle. This signal is sampled by the chip on the rising edge of VL_LCLK.
VL_RST
O
Local Bus Reset is the VL-bus master reset. It is controlled with CSC index 14h[4].
ACIN
I
AC Supply Active indicates to the system that it is being powered from an AC source. When
asserted, this signal can disable power management functions (if configured to do so).
BL2–BL0
I
Battery Low Detects indicate to the chip the current status of the system’s primary battery
pack. BL0–BL2 can indicate various conditions of the battery as conditions change. These
inputs can be used to force the system into one of the power saving modes when activated
(Low-going Edge).
LBL2
O
Latched Battery Low Detect 2 can be driven Low and latched on the low-going edge of the
BL2 input to indicate to the system that the chip has been forced into the Suspend mode by
a battery dead indication from the BL2 signal. It is cleared by one of the “all clear” indicators
that allow the system to resume after a battery dead indication.
SUS_RES
I
Suspend/Resume Operation: When the chip is in Hyper-Speed, High-Speed, Low-Speed,
or Standby mode, a software-configurable edge on this pin can cause the internal logic to
enter Suspend mode. When in Suspend, a software-configurable edge on this pin can cause
the chip to enter the High-Speed or Low-Speed mode. The choice of edge is configured using
the SUS_RES Pin Configuration Register at CSC index 50h.
Power Management
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Table 19.
Signal
Type
Signal Description Table (Continued)
Description
Clocks
32KXTAL1
32KXTAL2
CLK_IO
LF_INT, LF_LS,
LF_VID, LF_HS
32.768-kHz Crystal Interface Signals are used for the 32.768-kHz crystal. This is the main
clock source for the chip and drives the internal Phase-Locked Loops (PLLs) that generate
all other clock frequencies needed in the system.
I/O
Clock Input/Output is an input to drive the integrated 8254 timer with a 1.19318-MHz clock
signal from an external source, or an output to bring out certain internal clock sources to drive
external devices.
A
Loop Filters connect external RC loop filters required by the internal PLLs. LF_VID is not
supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
Parallel Port (Note: The names in parentheses in this section are those used in EPP mode.)
ACK (INTR)
I
Printer Acknowledge: In standard mode, this signal is driven by the parallel port device with
the state of the printer acknowledge signal. In EPP mode, this signal indicates to the chip that
the parallel port device has generated an interrupt request.
AFDT (DSTRB)
O
Auto Line Feed Detect: In standard mode, this signal is driven by the chip indicating to the
parallel port device to insert a line feed at the end of every line. In EPP mode, this signal is
driven active by the chip during reads or writes to the EPP data registers.
BUSY (WAIT)
I
Printer Busy: In standard mode, this signal is driven by the parallel port device with the state
of the printer busy signal. In EPP mode, this signal adds wait states to the current cycle.
ERROR
I
Error: The printer asserts this signal to inform the parallel port of a deselect condition, paper
end (PE) or other error condition.
INIT
O
Initialize Printer: This signals the printer to begin an initialization routine.
PE
I
Paper End: The printer asserts this signal when it is out of paper.
PPDWE
O
Parallel Port Write Enable controls an external 374 type latch in a unidirectional parallel port
design. This device latches the SD7–SD0 bus onto the parallel port data bus. To implement
a bidirectional parallel port, this pin can be reconfigured to act as an address decode for the
parallel port data port. PPDWE can then be externally gated with IOR and IOW to provide
the Parallel Port Data Read and Write Strobes, respectively.
PPOEN
O
Parallel Port Output Buffer Enable supports a bidirectional parallel port design. PPOEN
controls the output enable of the external Parallel Port Output Buffer (373 octal D-type
transparent latch).
SLCT
I
Printer Select is returned by a printer upon receipt of SLCTIN.
SLCTIN (ASTRB)
O
Printer Selected: In Standard mode, this signal is driven by the chip to select the parallel
port device. In EPP mode, this signal is driven active by the chip during reads or writes to the
EPP address register.
STRB (WRITE)
O
Strobe: In Standard mode, this signal indicates to the parallel port device to latch the data
on the parallel port data bus. In EPP mode, this signal is driven active during writes to the
EPP data or the EPP address register.
CTS
I
Clear To Send is driven back to the serial port to indicate that the external data carrier
equipment (DCE) is ready to accept data.
DCD
I
Data Carrier Detect is driven back to the serial port from a piece of data carrier equipment
when it has detected a carrier signal from a communications target.
DSR
I
Data Set Ready indicates that the external DCE is ready to establish a communication link
with the internal serial port controller.
DTR
O
Data Terminal Ready indicates to the external DCE that the internal serial port controller is
ready to communicate.
RIN
I
Ring Indicate is used by an external modem to inform the serial port that a ring signal was
detected. A change in state on this signal by the external modem can be configured to cause
a modem status interrupt. This signal can be used to cause the chip to resume from a
Suspend state.
Serial Port
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Table 19.
Signal
Type
Signal Description Table (Continued)
Description
RTS
O
Request To Send indicates to the external DCE that the internal serial port controller is ready
to send data.
SIN
I
Serial Data In receives the serial data from the external serial device or DCE into the internal
serial port controller.
SOUT
O
Serial Data Out transmits the serial data from the internal serial port controller to the external
serial device or DCE.
O
Matrix-Scanned Keyboard Column Outputs drive the matrix keyboard column lines.
(Open Collector Output with programmable termination)
KBD_ROW14–
KBD_ROW0
STI
Matrix-Scanned Keyboard Row Inputs samples the row lines on the matrix keyboard.
XT_CLK
I/O
XT Keyboard Clock is the clock signal for an external XT keyboard interface.
(Open Collector Output)
XT_DATA
I/O
XT Keyboard Data is the data signal for an external XT keyboard interface.
(Open Collector Output)
Keyboard Interfaces
KBD_COL7–
KBD_COL0
General-Purpose Input/Output
GPIO31–GPIO15
GPIO_CS14–
GPIO_CS0
B
General Purpose I/Os and Programmable Chip Selects
Each of the GPIOs can be programmed to be an input or an output.
As outputs, all of the GPIOs can be programmed to be High or Low. Some of the GPIOs can
be programmed to be High or Low for each of the power management modes. Also as
outputs, some of these pins can be individually programmed as chip selects for other
external peripheral devices. These can be configured as direct memory address decodes or
I/O decodes qualified or non-qualified by the ISA bus command signals. Any one of the
GPIO_CSx signals can be configured as ROMCS2.
As inputs, all the GPIOs can be read back with a register bit. Some of these pins can be
individually programmed to act as activity triggers, wake-up sources, or SMIs.
Serial Infrared Port
SIRIN
I
Infrared Serial Input is the digital input for the serial infrared interface.
SIROUT
O
Infrared Serial Output is the digital output for the serial infrared interface.
PC Card Controller (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
(Note: The names in parentheses in this section are those used in PC Card Memory and I/O mode.)
BVD1_A
(STSCHG_A)–
BVD1_B
(STSCHG_B)
I
Battery Voltage Detect is driven Low by a PC Card when its on-board battery is dead. When
the PC Card interface is configured for I/O, this signal can be driven by the card to indicate
a card status change. It is typically used to generate a system IRQ in this mode. These
signals are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
BVD2_A (SPKR_A)
(DRQ_A)–
BVD2_B (SPKR_B)
(DRQ_B)
I
Battery Voltage Detect is driven Low by a PC Card when its on-board battery is weak. When
the PC Card interface is configured for I/O, this signal can be driven by the card’s speaker
output. When enabled, this signal can drive the chip SPKR output. When PC Card DMA is
enabled, the DMA request from the PC Card can be programmed to appear on this signal.
See also the description for WP_A (IOIS16_A) (DRQ_A) and WP_B (IOIS16_B) (DRQ_B);
the DMA request can also be programmed to appear on these pins. These signals are not
supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
CD_A–CD_B
CD_A2
I
Card Detect indicates that the card is properly inserted. Socket A is capable of being
configured to use two card detect inputs and Socket B is only provided with one. If only one
card detect is to be used for a socket, the input signals should be driven from a logical AND
(digital OR) of the CD1 and CD2 signals from their respective card interfaces. These signals
are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
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Table 19.
Signal Description Table (Continued)
Signal
Type
Description
ICDIR
O
Card Data Direction controls the direction of the card data buffers or voltage translators. It
works with the MCEL and MCEH card enable signals to control data buffers on the card
interface. When this signal is High, the data flow is from the chip to the card socket, indicating
a data write cycle. When this signal is Low, the data flow is from the card socket into the chip,
indicating a read cycle. This signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
MCEH_A, MCEH_B
O
Card Enables, High Byte enables a PC Card’s high data bus byte transceivers for the
respective card interfaces. These signals are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
MCEL_A, MCEL_B
O
Card Enables, Low Byte enables a PC Card’s low data bus byte transceivers for the
respective card interfaces. These signals are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
OE
O
PC Card Output Enable: This is the PC Card memory read signal. This signal is not
supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
PCMA_VCC
O
PC Card Socket A VCC Enable can be used to control the VCC to Socket A. This signal is
not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
PCMA_VPP2–
PCMA_VPP1
O
PC Card Socket A VPP Selects can be used to control the VPP to Socket A. These signals
are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
PCMB_VCC
O
PC Card Socket B VCC Enable can be used to control the VCC to Socket B. This signal is
not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
PCMB_VPP2–
PCMB_VPP1
O
PC Card Socket B VPP Selects can be used to control the VPP to Socket B. These signals
are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
RDY_A (IREQ_A),
RDY_B (IREQ_B)
I
Card Ready indicates that the respective card is ready to accept a new data transfer
command. When the card interface is configured as an I/O interface, this signal is used as
the card Interrupt Request input into the chip. These signals are not supported on the
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
REG_A (DACK_A),
REG_B (DACK_B)
O
Attribute Memory Select signals are driven inactive (High) for accesses to a PC Card’s
common memory, and asserted (Low) for accesses to a PC Card’s attribute memory and
I/O space for their respective card interfaces. When PC Card DMA is enabled, the DMA
acknowledge to the PC Card appears on this signal. These signals are not supported on the
ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
RST_A, RST_B
O
Card Reset signals are the reset for their respective cards. When active, this signal clears
the Interrupt and General Control Register (PC Card index 03h and 43h), thus placing a card
in an unconfigured (Memory-Only mode) state. It also indicates the beginning of any additional
card initialization. These signals are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
WAIT_AB
I
Extend Bus Cycle delays the completion of the memory access or I/O access that is
currently in progress. When this signal is asserted (Low), wait states are inserted into the
cycle in progress. Only one WAIT input is provided on the chip. External logic is required for
a two-socket implementation to logically AND (digitally OR) each card’s WAIT signal
together. This signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
WE (TC)
O
PC Card Write Enable is the PC Card memory write signal. Data is transferred from the chip
to the PC Card. When PC Card DMA is enabled, the DMA Terminal Count to the PC Card
appears on this signal. This signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
WP_A (IOIS16_A)
(DRQ_A), WP_B
(IOIS16_B)
(DRQ_B)
I
Write Protect indicates the status of the respective card’s Write Protect switch. When the
respective card is configured for an I/O interface, this signal is used by the card to indicate
back to the chip that the currently accessed port is 16 bits wide. When PC Card DMA is
enabled, the DMA request from the PC Card can be programmed to appear on this signal.
See also the description for BVD2_A (SPKR_A) (DRQ_A) and BVD2_B (SPKR_B)
(DRQ_B); the DMA request can also be programmed to appear on these pins. These signals
are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
LCD Graphics Controller (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
FRM
68
O
LCD Panel Line Frame Start is asserted by the chip at the start of every frame to indicate
to the LCD panel that the next data clocked out is intended for the start of the first scan line
on the panel. Some panels refer to this signal as FLM or S (scan start-up). This signal is not
supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Table 19.
Signal
Type
Signal Description Table (Continued)
Description
LC
O
LCD Panel Line Clock is activated at the start of every pixel line. It is commonly referred to
by LCD data sheets as CL1 or CP1. This signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410
microcontroller.
LCDD7–LCDD0
O
LCD Panel Data bits: LCDD7–LCDD0 are data bits for the LCD panel interface. When
driving 4-bit single-scan panels, bits 3–0 form a nibble-wide LCD data interface. In dual-scan
panel mode, LCDD3–LCDD0 are the data bits for the top half of the LCD, and LCDD7–
LCDD4 are the data bits for the bottom half of the LCD. When driving 8-bit single-scan panels
(monochrome or color STN), these bits are the 8-bit data interface. These signals are not
supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
LVDD
O
LCD Panel VDD Voltage Control is used to control the assertion of the LCD’s VDD voltage.
This is provided to be part of the solution in sequencing the panel’s VDD, DATA, and VEE in
the proper order during panel power-up and power-down to prevent damage to the panel
from CMOS driver latch up. VDD is used to power the LCD logic and is usually +5 V or +3 V
DC. This signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
LVEE
O
LCD Panel VEE Voltage Control is used to control the assertion of the LCD’s VEE voltage.
This is provided to be part of the solution in sequencing the panel’s VDD, DATA, and VEE in
the proper order during panel power-up and power-down to prevent damage to the panel
from CMOS driver latch up. VEE is the LCD contrast voltage and is either positive or negative
with an amplitude of 15–30 V DC.This signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410
microcontroller.
M
O
LCD Panel AC Modulation is the AC modulation signal for the LCD. AC modulation causes
the LCD panel drivers to reverse polarity to prevent an internal DC bias from forming on the
panel. This signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
SCK
O
LCD Panel Shift Clock is the nibble/byte strobe used by the LCD panel to latch a nibble or
byte of incoming data. Commonly referred to by LCD panels as CL2 or CP2. This signal is
not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
Boundary Scan Test Interface
BNDSCN_TCK
I
Test Clock is the boundary-scan input clock that is used to shift serial data patterns in from
BNDSCN_TDI.
BNDSCN_TDI
I
Test Data Input is the serial input stream for boundary-scan input data. This pin has a weak
internal pullup resistor. It is sampled on the rising edge of BNDSCN_TCK. If not driven, this
input is sampled High internally.
BNDSCN_TDO
O
TS
Test Data Output is the serial output stream for boundary-scan result data. It is in the highimpedance state except when scanning is in progress.
BNDSCN_TMS
I
Test Mode Select is an input for controlling the test access port. This pin has a weak internal
pullup resistor. If it is not driven, it is sampled High internally.
A
Backup Battery Sense: RTC (Real Time Clock) backup battery voltage is sampled on this
pin each time the AVCC pin has power applied to it followed by a chip master reset. If this
samples below 2.4 V, the VRT bit (RTC index 0Dh) is cleared until read one time. At this time,
the VRT bit is set until BBATSEN is sampled again. BBATSEN also provides a power-onreset signal for the RTC when an RTC backup battery is applied for the first time.
Reset and Power
BBATSEN
GND
RESET
Ground Pins
I
Reset Input is an asynchronous hardware reset input equivalent to POWERGOOD in the AT
system architecture.
3.3-V DC Supply Pins provide power to the discrete logic and I/O pins.
VCC
VCC_A
Analog
3.3-V Supply Pins provide power to the analog section of the chip, including the internal
PLLs and integrated oscillator circuit. Extreme care should be taken that this supply voltage
is isolated properly to provide a clean, noise free voltage to the PLLs.
VCC_CPU
CPU
3.3-V DC Supply Pins provide power to the internal CPU.
VCC_RTC
RTC
3.3-V Supply Pin provides power to the internal real-time clock and on-board static/
configuration RAM. This pin can be driven independently of all other power pins.
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Multiplexed Pin Function Options
Table 20 shows how to configure each multiplexed
signal on the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410
microcontrollers.
Note that those signals marked with a superscript 1 ( 1)
are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
Table 20.
Signal You Want
System Interface
BALE
DBUFOE
DBUFRDH
DBUFRDL
MCS16
PDACK1
PDRQ1
PIRQ0
PIRQ1
PIRQ2
PIRQ3
PIRQ4
PIRQ5
PIRQ6
PIRQ7
R32BFOE
Signals You Give Up
Pins with multiplexed functions have their functions
selected in one of three ways:
■ By configuration pins that are latched during reset
■ By assertion at BNDSCN_EN
■ By firmware via programmed configuration registers
Multiplexed Pin Configuration Options
How to Configure the Signal You Want on the Pin
Set CSC index 39h[2].
Hardwire strap the CFG3 pin High.
Hardwire strap the CFG3 pin High.
Hardwire strap the CFG3 pin High.
Set CSC index 39h[2].
Set CSC index 39h[2].
Set CSC index 39h[2].
Set CSC index 38h[1].
Set CSC index 38h[2].
Set CSC index 39h[2].
Set CSC index 3Ah[1].
Set CSC index 3Ah[1].
Set CSC index 3Ah[2].
Set CSC index 3Ah[2].
Set CSC index 3Ah[2].
Hardwire-strap both the CFG1 and CFG0 pins High to enable the
32-bit ROM interface on ROMSC0. This automatically enables
R32BFOE.
SBHE
KBD_ROW11
Set CSC index 39h[2].
Configuration Pins (Pinstraps) (See “Using the Configuration Pins to Select Pin Functions” on page 74.)
Memory Interface
CASH2
KBD_ROW2
Set bit 3 of the DRAM Bank x Configuration Register.
Set CSC index 00h[7] and 00h[3], or
KBD_ROW3
CASH3
Set CSC index 01h[7] and 01h[3], or
CASL2
KBD_ROW0
Set CSC index 02h[7], or
CASL3
KBD_ROW1
Set CSC index 03h[7].
MA12
KBD_ROW6
RAS2
KBD_ROW4
RAS3
KBD_ROW5
70
KBD_ROW10
GPIO_CS4
GPIO_CS3
GPIO_CS2
KBD_ROW12
KBD_ROW7
KBD_ROW8
GPIO_CS8
GPIO_CS7
KBD_ROW9
KBD_COL2
KBD_COL3
KBD_COL4
KBD_COL5
KBD_COL6
KBD_ROW13
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Pin #
D2
C4
D17
C18
F3
D3
C2
W18
Y19
E3
A2
B3
C3
A1
B2
A3
C1
C17
B18
B19
D16
B17
D15
C16
Table 20. Multiplexed Pin Configuration Options (Continued)
Signal You Want
VL-Bus Interface
VL_ADS
VL_BE0
VL_BE1
VL_BE2
VL_BE3
VL_BLAST
VL_BRDY
VL_D/C
VL_LCLK
VL_LDEV
VL_LRDY
VL_M/IO
VL_RST
VL_W/R
ISA Bus
AEN
IOCHRDY
IOCS16
PDACK0
PDRQ0
TC
GPIOs
GPIO15
GPIO16
GPIO17
GPIO18
GPIO19
GPIO20
GPIO21
GPIO22
GPIO23
GPIO24
GPIO25
GPIO26
GPIO27
GPIO28
GPIO29
GPIO30
GPIO31
GPIO_CS2
GPIO_CS3
GPIO_CS4
GPIO_CS5
GPIO_CS6
GPIO_CS7
GPIO_CS8
GPIO_CS9
GPIO_CS10
Signals You Give Up
How to Configure the Signal You Want on the Pin
Pin #
LCDD11
SCK1
LC1
M1
LCDD71
LVDD1
LVEE1
LCDD51
FRM1
LCDD61
LCDD41
LCDD31
LCDD01
LCDD21
Enable the VL-bus interface by setting CSC index 14h[3].
C19
F19
E20
F18
D20
A19
A20
E18
E19
F17
D19
C20
B20
D18
GPIO_CS10
GPIO_CS6
GPIO_CS5
GPIO_CS11
GPIO_CS12
GPIO_CS9
Set CSC index 38h[0].
Set CSC index 38h[3].
Set CSC index 38h[4].
Set CSC index 38h[0]
Set CSC index 38h[0].
Set CSC index 38h[0].
V17
V18
W19
W17
Y17
Y18
PCMA_VPP21
PCMB_VCC1
PCMB_VPP11
PCMB_VPP21
LBL2
CD_A21
PPDWE
PPOEN
SLCT, WP_B1
BUSY, BVD2_B1
ACK, BVD1_B1
PE, RDY_B1
ERROR, CD_B1
INIT, REG_B1
SLCTIN, RST_B1
AFDT, MCEH_B1
STRB, MCEL_B1
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
DBUFOE
IOCS16
IOCHRDY
PIRQ1
PIRQ0
TC
AEN
Clear CSC index 39h[5].
Clear CSC index 39h[6].
Clear CSC index 39h[6].
Clear CSC index 39h[6].
Clear CSC index 39h[4].
Clear CSC index 3Ah[0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Clear CSC index 39h[1–0].
Hardwire-strap the CFG3 pin Low.
Hardwire-strap the CFG3 pin Low.
Hardwire-strap the CFG3 pin Low.
Clear CSC index 38h[4].
Clear CSC index 38h[3].
Clear CSC index 38h[2].
Clear CSC index 38h[1].
Clear CSC index 38h[0].
Clear CSC index 38h[0].
Y15
V15
W15
Y14
V14
G18
V3
T3
U4
U3
U2
W2
V4
Y2
W3
W1
V2
C18
D17
C4
W19
V18
Y19
W18
Y18
V17
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Table 20. Multiplexed Pin Configuration Options (Continued)
Signal You Want Signals You Give Up
GPIO_CS11
PDACK0
GPIO_CS12
PDRQ0
GPIO_CS13
PCMA_VCC1
GPIO_CS14
PCMA_VPP11
Parallel Port
GPIO25, BVD1_B1
ACK
AFDT
GPIO30, MCEH_B1
BUSY
GPIO24, BVD2_B1
GPIO27, CD_B1
ERROR
INIT
GPIO28, REG_B1
PE
GPIO26, RDY_B1
GPIO21
PPDWE
PPOEN
GPIO22
SLCT
GPIO23, WP_B1
GPIO29, RST_B1
SLCTIN
STRB
GPIO31, MCEL_B1
Keyboard Interface
KBD_COL0
XT_DATA
KBD_COL1
XT_CLK
KBD_COL2
PIRQ3
KBD_COL3
PIRQ4
KBD_COL4
PIRQ5
KBD_COL5
PIRQ6
KBD_COL6
PIRQ7
KBD_ROW0
CASL2
KBD_ROW1
CASL3
KBD_ROW2
CASH2
KBD_ROW3
CASH3
KBD_ROW4
RAS2
KBD_ROW5
RAS3
KBD_ROW6
MA12
KBD_ROW7
PDACK1
KBD_ROW8
PDRQ1
KBD_ROW9
PIRQ2
KBD_ROW10
BALE
KBD_ROW11
SBHE
KBD_ROW12
MCS16
KBD_ROW13
R32BFOE
How to Configure the Signal You Want on the Pin
Clear CSC index 38h[0].
Clear CSC index 38h[0].
Clear CSC index 39h[5].
Clear CSC index 39h[5].
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 10.
U2
W1
U3
V4
Y2
W2
V3
T3
U4
W3
V2
Clear CSC index 39h[3].
Clear CSC index 39h[3].
Clear CSC index 3Ah[1].
Clear CSC index 3Ah[1].
Clear CSC index 3Ah[1].
Clear CSC index 3Ah[1].
Clear CSC index 3Ah[1].
Clear CSC index 00h[7] and 00h[3], or
clear CSC index 01h[7] and 01h[3], or
clear CSC index 02h[7], or
clear CSC index 03h[7].
E2
D1
A2
B3
C3
A1
B2
B19
D16
C17
B18
D15
C16
B17
D3
C2
E3
D2
C1
F3
A3
Clear CSC index 39h[2].
Clear CSC index 39h[2].
Clear CSC index 39h[2].
Clear CSC index 39h[2].
Clear CSC index 39h[2].
Clear CSC index 39h[2].
Do not enable the 32-bit ROM interface on ROMCS0 (e.g., do not
hardwire-strap both the CFG1 and CFG0 pins High).
XT_CLK
KBD_COL1
Clear CSC index 39h[3].
XT_DATA
KBD_COL0
Clear CSC index 39h[3].
PC Card (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
BVD1_B1
GPIO25, ACK
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
1
BVD2_B
GPIO24, BUSY
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
CD_A2 1
GPIO20
Set CSC index 3Ah[0].
CD_B1
GPIO27, ERROR
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
LBL21
GPIO19
Set CSC index 39h[4].
1
MCEH_A
BNDSCN_TMS
Pull the BNDSCN_EN pin Low.
MCEH_B1
GPIO30, AFDT
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
MCEL_A1
BDNSCN_TCK
Pull the BNDSCN_EN pin Low.
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Pin #
W17
Y17
V16
W16
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
D1
E2
U2
U3
G18
V4
V14
N3
W1
P2
Table 20. Multiplexed Pin Configuration Options (Continued)
Signal You Want Signals You Give Up How to Configure the Signal You Want on the Pin
MCEL_B1
GPIO31, STRB
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
1
PCMA_VCC
GPIO_CS13
Set CSC index 39h[5].
GPIO_CS14
Set CSC index 39h[5].
PCMA_VPP11
PCMA_VPP21
GPIO15
Set CSC index 39h[5].
PCMB_VCC1
GPIO16
Set CSC index 39h[6].
1
GPIO17
Set CSC index 39h[6].
PCMB_VPP1
PCMB_VPP21
GPIO18
Set CSC index 39h[6].
RDY_B1
GPIO26, PE
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
BNDSCN_TDO
Pull the BNDSCN_EN pin Low.
REG_A1
REG_B1
GPIO28, INIT
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
RST_A1
BNDSCN_TDI
Pull the BNDSCN_EN pin Low.
GPIO29, SLCTIN
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
RST_B1
WP_B1
GPIO23, SLCT
Write CSC index 39h[1–0] to 01.
LCD Graphics Controller (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
FRM1
VL_LCLK
Enable the graphics controller by setting CSC index DDh[2].
LC1
VL_BE1
LCDD01
VL_RST
1
LCDD1
VL_ADS
LCDD21
VL_W/R
LCDD31
VL_M/IO
LCDD41
VL_LRDY
1
LCDD5
VL_D/C
LCDD61
VL_LDEV
LCDD71
VL_BE3
VL_BLAST
LVDD1
LVEE1
VL_BRDY
M1
VL_BE2
SCK1
VL_BE0
Boundary Scan Interface
BDNSCN_TCK
MCEL_A 1
Pull the BNDSCN_EN signal High.
BNDSCN_TDI
RST_A1
BNDSCN_TDO
REG_A1
BNDSCN_TMS
MCEH_A 1
Miscellaneous
BL0
CLK_IO
Write CSC index 38h[7–6] to 01.
CLK_IO
BL0
Write CSC index 38h[7–6] to 10 to enable CLK_IO as an output or to
11 to enable CLK_IO as a timer clock input.
Pin #
V2
V16
W16
Y15
V15
W15
Y14
W2
M2
Y2
R1
W3
U4
E19
E20
B20
C19
D18
C20
D19
E18
F17
D20
A19
A20
F18
F19
P2
R1
M2
N3
W14
W14
Notes:
1. This signal is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
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Using the Configuration Pins to Select
Pin Functions
The configuration pins are used only for those functions that must be selected at reset, prior to firmware
execution. All other I/O functions are selected using
configuration registers.
Table 21 provides an overview of the configuration pin
functions. All of the CFG pins have weak internal pulldown resistors that select the default function. External
pullup resistors are required to select an alternative
function.
Table 21.
Pinstrap Bus Buffer Options
CFG3
CFG1 CFG0
(1)
ROMCS0 DBUFOE
Data
DBUFRDL R32BFOE
DBUFRDH
Width
0
0
0
0
0
1
x8
Disabled
0
1
0
x16
Disabled
Disabled
2
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Reserved Reserved
Reserved
0
1
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
x16
Enabled
Disabled
1
2
Enabled
Enabled
1
1
x32
Disabled
x8
Reserved Reserved
x32
Reserved
Notes:
Table 22.
CFG0 and CFG1 Configuration
CFG1
CFG0
0
0
x8 ROMCS0 ROM interface
0
1
Reserved
1
0
x16 ROMCS0 ROM interface
1
1
x32 ROMCS0 ROM interface
CFG2 Pin—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only
This configuration pin (see Table 23) is used on the
ÉlanSC400 microcontroller to select the ROMCS0
steering at system boot time. The boot ROM chip select (ROMCS0) can either be enabled to drive the
ROMCS0 pin or can be rerouted to drive the PC Card
(Socket A only) interface chip selects. The CFG0 and
CFG1 pins are still used to select the data bus width for
the ROMCS0 decode, regardless of the CFG2 configuration. The PC Card ROMCS0 redirection should not
be selected when the CFG0 and CFG1 configuration
pins are set to select a x32 ROM interface.
When the ROM chip select decode has been redirected to PC Card Socket A, all of the normal PC Card
controller features can still be used to drive the PC
Card Socket A interface. The ROM chip select decode
remapping to the PC Card socket can be enabled and
disabled using firmware at any time.
Table 23.
1. CFG3 is defined as the enable/disable for the DBUFOE,
DBUFRDL, and DBUFRDH signals. They can be enabled
independently of whether a x32 D bus is selected via the
firmware to support the VL local bus or x32 DRAM interface.
2. The x32 ROM option must be selected for ROMCS0 for
the R32BFOE signal to be enabled. The selection of the
DBUFOE, DBUFRDL, and DBUFRDH signals are still
dependent only on the CFG3 signal.
Configuration
CFG2
CFG2 Configuration (ÉlanSC400
microcontroller only)
Configuration
0
Enables the ROMCS0 decode
on the ROMCS0 pin
1
Enables the ROMCS0 decode
to access PC Card Socket A
CFG0 and CFG1 Pins
These pins (shown in Table 22) configure the data bus
width (x8, x16, or x32) of the ROM interface that is selected by the ROMCS0 pin. If a x32 ROM is selected,
these pins also enable the ROM x32 Data Bus Buffer
Output Enable signal (R32BFOE). If a 32-bit data bus
width is selected for the ROM interface, the R32BFOE
signal will be asserted for all ROMCSx accesses to
32-bit ROM. Exercise caution because the data bus
width for the ROMCS0 interface can also be changed
through programming. This feature was implemented
mainly for testing.
.
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CFG3 Pin
This configuration pin is used for selecting between the
GPIO_CS4–GPIO_CS2 I/O pins and the SD bus buffer
control signals: DBUFOE, DBUFRDL, and DBUFRDH.
When the buffer control signal configuration is selected
using the CFG3 pin, the DBUFOE, DBUFRDL, and
DBUFRDH signals are driven from boot time on for all
accesses to the peripheral data bus. These signals are
used for the external system bus transceiver control.
See Table 24 for the CFG3 configuration definitions.
Table 24. CFG3 Configuration
CFG3
Configuration
0
Enables the GPIO_CS4–GPIO_CS2 signals
on the I/O pins
1
Enables the SD bus buffer control signals
DBUFOE, DBUFRDL, and DBUFRDH
on the I/O pins
BNDSCN_EN Pin
The BNDSCN_EN configuration pin (see Table 25) is
used to enable the boundary scan function I/O pins.
The following pins are configured for their boundary
scan function when BNDSCN_EN is asserted:
■ BNDSCN_TCK
■ BNDSCN_TMS
■ BNDSCN_TDI
■ BNDSCN_TDO
Table 25.
BNDSCN_EN
BNDSCN_EN Configuration
Configuration
0
Enables the PC Card function
1
Enables the boundary scan functions:
BNDSCN_TCK, BNDSCN_TMS,
BNDSCN_TDI, and BNDSCN_TDO
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CLOCKING
Clock Generation
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers require only one 32.768-kHz crystal to generate all the
other clock frequencies required by the system. The
output of the on-chip crystal oscillator circuit is used to
generate the various frequencies by utilizing four
Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) circuits. The PLL clock distribution scheme is shown in Figure 4. Table 26 shows
all the PLL output frequencies and their usage. (Note
that these four PLL circuits are in addition to the internal CPU PLL and do not replace it.)
The crystal oscillator needs two pins, but it does not require any external components except the crystal; the
32.768-kHz
Crystal
Oscillator
load capacitors and the feedback resistor are integrated on-chip.
The four PLLs are called Intermediate PLL, Low-Speed
PLL, High-Speed PLL, and Graphics Dot Clock PLL.
Each of the integrated phase-locked loops has a dedicated pin to support the required external loop filter.
These pins are: LF_INT (Intermediate PLL), LF_LS
(Low-Speed PLL), LF_HS (High-Speed PLL), and
LF_VID (Graphics Dot Clock PLL). (The LF_VID pin is
not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.) Two
capacitors and one resistor are required to implement
each loop filter.
32.768 kHz
Real-Time
Clock
PMU
1.47456 MHz
Low-Speed
PLL
DRAM
Controller
Divisors
Intermediate
PLL
36.864 MHz
Graphics
Dot Clock
PLL
Timer
Graphics
Controller
66.3552 MHz
DRAM
Controller
Divisors
High-Speed
PLL
20.736–
36.864 MHz
UART
ISA Bus
DMA
Controller
CPU and
VL-Bus
Controller
ROM/Flash
Interface
PC Card
Controller
Notes:
On the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller, the graphics controller’s DRAM interface is clocked by the 66-MHz DRAM clock.
Both the ROM/Flash memory interface and the PC Card controller are clocked from the CPU clock. They also have the option
to be run from the slow system clock.
Neither the graphics controller nor the PC Card controller are supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
Figure 4. Clock Generation Block Diagram
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Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Integrated Peripheral Clock Sources
Table 26 and Figure 5 show the primary peripheral
clocks internal to the microcontroller and the PLL and
divider sources that are used in the generation of these
clocks. Note that several of the peripheral clocks are
programmable. This programmability is either directly
controlled by system firmware or is forced due to a
power-management mode change. The graphics controller and the PC Card controller are not supported on
the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
Table 26. Integrated Peripheral Clock Sources
Source PLL
Divider
Resulting Frequency
Intermediate PLL
1.4746 MHz
1
1.4746 MHz
Low-speed PLL input
Low-speed PLL
36.864 MHz
1
36.864 MHz
High-speed PLL input
Graphics dot clock PLL input
Graphics dot clock PLL
36.864 MHz
High-speed PLL
66.3552 MHz
Where Used
20
1.8432 MHz
UART
2
18.4328 MHz
UART
31
1.1892 MHz
PIT
Programmable
20.736–36.864 MHz
Graphics controller dot clock
1
36.864 MHz
Graphics controller
1
66.3552 MHz
DRAM controller
Graphics controller
2
33.1776 MHz
CPU
VL-bus controller
4
16.5888 MHz
CPU
VL-bus controller
DMA controller
8
8.2944 MHz
CPU
VL-bus controller
ISA bus controller
ROM/Flash memory interface
DMA controller
PC Card controller
16
4.1472 MHz
CPU
VL-bus controller
ISA bus controller
ROM/Flash memory interface
DMA controller
PC Card controller
32
2.0736 MHz
CPU
VL-bus controller
ISA bus controller
ROM/Flash memory interface
DMA controller
PC Card controller
64
1.0368 MHz
CPU
VL-bus controller
ISA bus controller
ROM/Flash memory interface
DMA controller
PC Card controller
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32.768 kHz
32.768 kHz
Enable
PMU
32.768 kHz
Oscillator
Intermediate PLL
DRAM
Controller
and PMU
1.4746 MHz
Enable
Low-Speed PLL
36.864 MHz
Enable
Graphics Dot
Clock PLL
20.736 MHz–
36.864 MHz
Enable
RTC
Graphics
Controller
Dot Clock
High-Speed PLL 66.3552 MHz
/2
Graphics Dot
Clock Select
/20
PLL Block
18.432 MHz
UART
1.8432 MHz
CLK_IO
CLK_IO Select
/31
CLK_IO
1.1892 MHz
1.19318 MHz
Timer
36.864 MHz
66.3552 MHz
/2
33.1776 MHz
/4
16.5888 MHz
/8
8.2944 MHz
/16
/32
/64
4.1472 MHz
2.0736 MHz
1.0368 MHz
DMA
Controller
CPU Clock Select
ISA Bus Clock Select
DMA Clock Select
Notes:
The graphics controller and the PC Card controller are not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller.
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CPU and
VL-Bus
Controller
ISA Bus, ROM,
and PC Card
Controllers
DRAM Clock Select
Figure 5.
DRAM and
Graphics
Controllers
Clock Source Block Diagram
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
32-kHz Crystal Oscillator
The 32-kHz oscillator circuit is shown in Figure 6; the
only external component required for operation is a
32.768-kHz crystal. The inverting amplifier (AMP) is integrated on-chip together with the feedback resistor
and the load capacitors. As shown in Figure 7, the onchip oscillator circuit can be bypassed by removing the
external crystal, grounding the 32KXTAL1 pin, and
driving the 32KXTAL2 pin with an external 32-kHz
clock. (The 32KXTAL2 pin should not exceed 2.0 V.)
When 32KXTAL1 is grounded, the amplifier no longer
affects the circuit.
AMP
Internal
External
32KXTAL1
32KXTAL2
32.768-kHz Crystal
Figure 6.
32 kHz
Oscillator
32-kHz Crystal Circuit
32KXTAL1
Pin #Y4 2 V
32KXTAL2
max
For an even cleaner circuit, the designer could optionally place an analog VCC power plane directly under the
loop filter circuit.
The value of the loop filter parameters can also affect
the performance of the filter. For example, the values of
C1 and R affect lock time and jitter (increasing RC increases lock time and decreases jitter). The value of
C2 can help clean up high-frequency noise. Note that
using too large of values for the components can cause
the PLL to become unstable. The loop filter component
value specifications are shown in Table 28 on page 84.
Intermediate and Low-Speed PLLs
Figure 8 on page 80 shows the block diagram for both
the Intermediate and Low-Speed PLLs. Each consists
of a phase detector, a charge pump, a voltage controlled oscillator (VCO), an external loop filter, and a
feedback divider. This is a generic implementation of
the charge-pump PLL architecture; all four PLLs use
the same architecture. The Intermediate and LowSpeed PLLs differ only in component values and frequency of operation.
The phase detector compares the phase and frequency of the two clock signals, reference frequency
(Fr) and feedback frequency (Ff). The Up signal is a
logic 1 if Fr leads Ff, while the Down signal is a logic 1
if Ff leads Fr. The Up and Down signals control the
charge pump. The charge pump either charges or discharges the loop filter capacitors to change the VCO
input voltage level. Because the VCO output frequency
tracks the VCO input voltage, the VCO output frequency is adjusted whenever Fr and Ff differ in phase
or frequency.
The feedback divide ratio determines the frequency
multiplication factor.
Frequency multiplication is 1/(Feedback Divider).
Figure 7.
32-kHz Oscillator Circuit
Loop Filters
Each of the PLLs in the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers requires an external loop filter. For a
cleaner circuit, the designer should consider the following:
For the Intermediate PLL, the feedback divider is 1/45;
therefore, the frequency multiplication is 45. With an
input frequency of 32.768 kHz, the output frequency is
1.47456 MHz.
The input clock for the Low-Speed PLL, Fr, originates
at the Intermediate PLL output. Fr is multiplied by 25 to
generate the 36.864-MHz clock output.
■ Place the loop filter components as close as
possible to the loop filter signals (LF_INT, LF_LS,
LF_HS, and LF_VID (ÉlanSC400 microcontroller
only)), which are located in one corner of the
microcontroller.
■ Route the loop filter signals first and by hand.
■ Keep all clocks and noisy signals away from the
loop filter area (even on the inner layers).
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VCCA
Up
Reference
Frequency
(Fr)
Phase
Detector
Down
Loop
Charge
Pump
Filter
C1
Feedback
Frequency
(Ff)
R
C2
VCO
Divider
Vc
Internal External
Frequency Output (Fo)
Figure 8.
Intermediate and Low-Speed PLLs Block Diagram
Graphics Dot Clock PLL (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
The input clock to the Graphics Dot Clock PLL is the
output clock (36.864 MHz) of the Low-Speed PLL divided by 16. The Graphics Dot Clock PLL is not supported on the ÉlanSC410 microcontroller. The output
frequency is programmable using three extended register bits (PLLRATIO[2–0]) in the range of 20.736 MHz
to 36.864 MHz (spaced 2.304 MHz apart). These three
bits (in graphics index register 4Ch) control the output
Table 27.
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frequency by selecting the divide value in the feedback
divider as shown in Table 27.
The Graphics Dot Clock PLL requires a stabilization
period after changing frequency. Figure 9 shows the
block diagram for the Graphics Dot Clock PLL.
Frequency Selection Control for
Graphics Dot Clock PLL
PLLRATIO[2–0]
Divider
Output Frequency
(MHz)
000
9
20.736
001
10
23.04
010
11
25.344
011
12
27.648
100
13
29.952
101
14
32.256
110
15
34.56
111
16
36.864
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VCCA
Fr
36.864 MHz
/16
Up
Phase
Detector
Down
Loop
Charge
Pump
Filter
C1
Ff
R
C2
PLLRATIO[2–0]
Programmable
Divider
(9–16)
Fo
VCO
Vc
20.736–
36.864 MHz
Internal
External
Figure 9. Graphics Dot Clock PLL Block Diagram
High-Speed PLL
RTC Voltage Monitor
The High-Speed PLL generates a 66.3552-MHz clock
for the DRAM controller. Figure 10 on page 82 shows
the block diagram for the High-Speed PLL. The input to
the High-Speed PLL is the output of the Low-Speed
PLL divided by five. The feedback divider is nine, which
results in an output frequency (Fo) of 66.3552 MHz.
This frequency is divided by 2 in the PMU to provide the
33-MHz input for the PLL in the CPU core.
The voltage monitor for the RTC block is shown in
Figure 11 on page 82. Its functions are to provide a
reset signal to the RTC block when it detects a low
backup battery voltage, and to provide an early warning signal when the system is powering down.
Band Gap Block
The band gap reference circuit generates the bias currents for the four PLLs and provides a 2.4-V reference
source for the RTC voltage monitor. The current
sources, constant over VCC, temperature, and process
variations, are used by the four PLL charge pumps for
adjusting the PLL operating frequency. The 2.4-V reference voltage is used by the RTC voltage monitor to detect a low backup battery voltage level.
The internal RTC reset signal is asserted on power-up
if the back-up battery voltage drops below 2.4 V. The
one shot prevents multiple resets during power-on.
An internal power-down signal is used by the RTC to
isolate the RTC core from the rest of the
microcontroller. The RTC voltage monitor uses the
RESET assertion to detect a power-down. For proper
operation, RESET and VCC must follow the timing in
Figure 12 on page 83.
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VCCA
Fr
36.864 MHz
Up
/5
Detector
Ff
Loop
Charge
Phase
Filter
Pump
Down
C1
R
C2
Fo
Divider
(9)
66.3552 MHz
VCO
Vc
Internal
External
Figure 10. High-Speed PLL Block Diagram
BBATSEN
–
One
Band Gap
Voltage
RTC Reset
Shot
+
RESET
Q
D
Internal RTC
Power-Down
Flip
Flop
32 kHz
CK
Figure 11.
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RTC Voltage Monitor Circuit
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
RESET
3.3 V
2.7 V
VCC
33 µs
(min)
32 kHz
Notes:
1. These timings apply only when powering down the chip while leaving only the RTC powered.
2. Applies to all VCC except for the VCC_RTC, which is left on for this mode.
3. Guarantees at least one rising edge after reset before 2.7 volts is reached.
Figure 12. Timing Diagram for RTC-On Power-Down Sequence
Clock Specifications
Programmable Interval Timer (PIT)
The specifications for the external components required to implement the four PLL loop filters are shown
in Table 28 on page 84.
The ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers are
equipped with a Programmable Interval Timer (PIT)
that is software-compatible with PC/AT 8254 system
timers. Historically, the clock source for this timer has
been 1.19318 MHz. However, the internal PIT clock
source is 1.1892 MHz. The user has two options:
Table 29 on page 84 lists the electrical specifications
for the analog VCC (VCCA) pin.
The on-chip crystal oscillator circuit supports most
generic 32.768-kHz crystals as long as the
specification for the crystals meet the electrical
parameters listed in Table 30 on page 84.
The worst-case start-up time required for the PLLs is
shown in Table 31 on page 84.
The PLL jitter specification is listed in Table 32 on
page 85.
■ Use the internal PIT clock source (1.1892 MHz),
which can adversely affect the Legacy software that
depends on the 1.19318-MHz frequency.
■ Drive an external 1.19318-MHz clock onto the
CLK_IO pin and program this signal to be the
source of the PIT clock.
For more details on this feature, refer to the subsection
on configuring Timer Channel 0 in the programmable
i n t e r v a l ti m e r s e c t i o n o f t h e É l a n S C4 0 0 a n d
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#21030.
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Table 28. Loop-Filter Component Specification for PLLs
Parameter
Intermediate PLL
Low-Speed
PLL
Graphics Dot
Clock PLL
High-Speed
PLL
Tolerance
C1
0.01 µF
470 pF
470 pF
330 pF
±10%
C2
0.001 µF
22 pF
33 pF
15 pF
±10%
R
4.7 KΩ
4.7 KΩ
4.7 KΩ
4.7 KΩ
±10%
Table 29. Analog VCC (VCCA) Specification
Parameter
Min
Typ
Peak-to-peak noise on VCCA
Max
Unit
75
mV
Current consumption in High-Speed mode
2
mA
Current consumption in Low-Speed mode
2
mA
Current consumption in Standby mode
2
mA
Current consumption in Suspend mode (PLLs off)
11
µA
Notes:
1. 2 mA if PLLs are enabled.
Table 30. 32.768-kHz Crystal Characteristics
Parameter
Min
Typ
Nominal frequency
Max
Unit
32.768
Load capacitance
13.5
Q value
kHz
15
16.5
pF
103
50
Series resistance
60
Insulation resistance
KΩ
100
MΩ
Shunt capacitance
2.5
pF
Table 31. Start-Up Time Specifications PLLs
Symbol
84
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
t1
Intermediate PLL lock
10
ms
t2
Low-Speed PLL lock
100
µs
t3
High-Speed PLL lock
100
µs
t4
Graphics Dot Clock PLL lock
100
µs
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
RESET
(Wakeup)
t1
Intermediate PLL
Lock
t2
Low-Speed PLL
Lock
t3
High-Speed PLL
Lock
t4
PLLRATIO[2:0]
Graphics Dot Clock
PLL Lock
Figure 13. PLL Enabling Timing Sequence
Table 32.
PLL
Intermediate PLL frequency
PLL Jitter Specification
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
1.4524
1.47456
1.4967
MHz
20.4
ns
36.311
36.864
37.417
MHz
0.82
ns
MHz
Intermediate PLL cycle-to-cycle jitter
Low-Speed PLL frequency
Low-Speed PLL cycle-to-cycle jitter
Graphics Dot Clock PLL frequency
–1.5%
Target
+1.5%
1
ns
65.360
66.3552
67.351
MHz
0.5
ns
Graphics Dot Clock PLL cycle-to-cycle jitter
High-Speed PLL frequency
High-Speed PLL cycle-to-cycle jitter
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ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
OPERATING RANGES
Storage Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . –65°C to +125°C
Commercial (C) Devices
Ambient Temperature Under Bias . . –65°C to +110°C
Ambient Temperature (TA)
Operating in Free Air. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0°C to +70°C
Supply Voltage VCC with Respect
to GND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . –0.5 V to +4.6 V
Supply Voltage (VCC) . . . . . . . . . . . . +3.0 V to +3.6 V
Voltage on 5-V-Tolerant Pins . . –0.5 V to (VCC +2.6 V)
CPU Voltage (VCC_CPU) (33 & 66 MHz) +2.7 V to +3.6 V
Voltage on Other Pins . . . . . . . –0.5 V to (VCC +0.5 V)
CPU Voltage (VCC_CPU) (100 MHz) +3.3 V to +3.6 V
Stresses above those listed may cause permanent device
failure. Functionality at or above these limits is not implied.
Exposure to Absolute Maximum Ratings for extended
periods may affect device reliability.
Operating ranges define those limits between which the
functionality of the device is guaranteed.
DC CHARACTERISTICS OVER COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL OPERATING RANGES
(BALL GRID ARRAY (BGA), 33 MHZ, 3.3 V)1
Symbol
Parameter Description
fOSC
Frequency of Operation (internal CPU clock)
PCC
Supply Power—CPU clock = 33 MHz (VCC_CPU=3.3 V)
PCCSS2
Max
Unit
100
MHz
703
879
mW
Suspend Power at 3.3 V and 25°C—CPU idle, all internal
clocks stopped except 32.768 kHz
264
(80 µA)
643.5
(195 µA)
µW
Suspend Power at 3.3 V and 70°C—CPU idle, all internal
clocks stopped except 32.768 kHz
726
(220 µA)
1950.5
(585 µA)
µW
16
33
µW
POFF
RTC Power Only at 3.3 V
VOH(CMOS)
Output High Voltage IOH(CMOS) = –0.5 mA
VOL(CMOS)
Output Low Voltage IOL(CMOS) = +0.5 mA
VIH(CMOS)
Input High Voltage
VIH(5-VTOL)
Min
Typ
0
VCC – 0.45
V
0.45
V
2.03
VCC +0.3
V
Input High Voltage (5-V tolerant inputs)
2.03
VCC +2.5
V
VIL(CMOS)
Input Low Voltage
–0.3
+0.8
V
ILI
Input Leakage Current (0.1 V ≤ VOUT ≤ VCC)
(All pins except those with internal pullup/pulldown resistors)
±10
µA
IIH
Input Leakage Current (VIH = VCC – 0.1 V)
(All pins with internal pulldown resistors)
60
µA
IIL
Input Leakage Current (VIL = 0.1 V)
(Pins with internal pullup resistors)
–60
µA
ILO
Output Leakage Current (0.1 V ≤ VOUT ≤ VCC)
(All pins except those with internal pullup/pulldown resistors)
±15
µA
AVCCRP–P
Analog VCC ripple peak to peak
100
mV
Notes:
1. VCCIO = 3.0 V–3.6 V. For 33 and 66 MHz, TCASE = 0 °C to +95 °C (commercial). TCASE = –40 °C to +95 °C (industrial).
For 100 MHz, TCASE = 0 °C to +85 °C (commercial). Current out of a pin is given as a negative value.
2. In Suspend and Critical Suspend, the power state is the same. The PLLs are off, the LCD is disabled, and the CPU and all logic
are in the lowest power state. The power management unit is active.
3. VCC at 3.3 V.
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Table 33.
Operating Voltage (Commercial and Industrial)
33 MHz
66 MHz
100 MHz
Power Pin Type
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Analog
2.7
3.6
2.7
3.6
2.7
3.6
CPU
2.7
3.6
2.7
3.6
3.3
3.6
RTC
2.7
3.6
2.7
3.6
2.7
3.6
VCC
2.7
3.6
2.7
3.6
2.7
3.6
CAPACITANCE
Symbol
CIN
Parameter Descriptions
Test Conditions
Input Capacitance
FC = 1 MHz
Min
Max
Unit
15
pF
Clock Capacitance
15
pF
COUT
Output Capacitance
20
pF
CI/O
I/O Pin Capacitance
20
pF
Notes:
These parameters are not 100% tested, but are evaluated at initial characterization and at any time the design is modified where
capacitance may be affected.
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TYPICAL POWER NUMBERS
Power Requirements Under Different Power Management Modes
Table 34 shows the maximum and typical power dissipation for the ÉlanSC400 and ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers.
Table 34. Power Estimates
Power Management Mode (CPU Clock Speed)
Hyper-Speed
(100 MHz)
1
Hyper-Speed1
(66 MHz)
High-Speed2
(33 MHz)
Low-Speed3
(~4 MHz)
Standby4
(0 MHz)
Off5
Maximum at 3.3 V
2194 mW
(~665 mA)
1527 mW
(~463 mA)
879 mW
(~266 mA)
240 mW
(~73 mA)
63 mW
(~19 mA)
33 µW
(10 µA)
Typical at 3.3 V
1818 mW
(551 mA)
1222 mW
(~370 mA)
703 mW
(~213 mA)
192 mW
(~58 mA)
50 mW
(~15 mA)
16 µW
(4.8 µA)
Maximum at 2.7 V
N/A
941 mW
586 mW
144 mW
60 mW
33 µW
Typical at 2.7 V
N/A
753 mW
469 mW
115 mW
48 mW
16 µW
Notes:
1. Hyper-Speed mode is defined with a CPU clock frequency of 66 or 100 MHz. There is a time penalty to engage and disengage
Hyper-Speed mode, because a CPU Stop Clock/Stop Grant sequence is required to “arbitrate” the internal CPU PLL startup, cache flush, and the clearing of all internal pipelines and write buffers. The DX2 mode (66 MHz) is a clock-doubled mode
with the CPU operating at 66 MHz and the rest of the system logic operating at 33 MHz. The DX4 mode (100 MHz) is a clock
tripled mode with the CPU running at 100 MHz and the rest of the system running at 33 MHz.
2. High-Speed mode is defined with a maximum CPU clock speed of 33 MHz with a 1x dynamic clock-speed change control
capability. Dynamic clock control allows fast, unarbitrated CPU clock-speed changes. Table 34 assumes a CPU frequency of
33 MHz and that the internal LCD controller is enabled. Other High-Speed mode power estimates with CPU VCC = 3.3 V are
shown below:
CPU Clock = 33 MHz/2 = 16.5 MHz, Max = 601 mW, Typical = 480 mW
CPU Clock = 33 MHz/4 = 8.25 MHz, Max = 370 mW, Typical = 296 mW
3. Low-Speed mode limits the maximum CPU clock frequency to 8 MHz. Table 34 assumes 8 MHz/2 = ~4.125 (CPU speed) and
that the Internal LCD controller is enabled. Other Low-Speed power estimates with CPU at 3.3 V are shown below:
8 MHz/1 = 8.25 MHz, Max = 370 mW, Typical = 296 mW
8 MHz/4 = 2.06 MHz, Max = 164 mW, Typical = 132 mW
4. Standby mode is defined as having the CPU idle and stopped (0 MHz), but video screen refresh continues. IRQ0 (DOS Timer
IRQ source) is assumed to be programmed as an activity and is generated at a rate of 60 Hz. This causes the PMU to transition to the Temporary Low-Speed mode where the CPU is clocked at 8 MHz. The assumed duration of the IRQ0 handler
routine is 25 µs and, upon the interrupt return instruction, the PMU immediately re-enters the Standby mode, the LCD controller is enabled, and DRAM refresh type is slow CAS-before-RAS.
5. Off is defined as the VCC_RTC supply pin having power applied and all other VCC pins are not powered. In this mode, the
core CPU, power management unit, PLLs, etc. have no power applied. The RTC will have an internally isolated power plane
and source its power from the VCC_RTC supply pin.
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DERATING CURVES
This section describes how to use the derating curves
on the following pages to determine potential specified
timing variations based on system capacitive loading.
The Pin State Tables beginning on page 42 in this document have a column named “Max Load.” This column
describes the specification load presented to the specific pin when testing was performed to generate the
timing specification documented in the AC Characteristics section of this data sheet.
For example, to find out the effect of capacitive loading
on a DRAM specification such as MWE hold from CAS
Low, first find the specification load for MWE from
Table 7 on page 44. The value here is 70 pF. Note the
output drive type is programmable to C, D, or E. For
this example, assume a drive strength of D, a system
DRAM interface of 3.3 V, and a system load on the microcontroller’s MWE pin of 90 pF.
Also referring to Figure 20, a time value of approximately 10 ns corresponds to a capacitive load of 90 pF.
Subtracting 8.1 ns from the 10 ns, it can be seen that
the rise time on the MWE signal will increase by 1.9 ns.
Therefore, the MWE hold from CAS Low (min) parameter will increase from 30 ns to 31.9 ns (30 ns +1.9 ns).
If the capacitive load on MWE had been less than 70
pF, the time given in the derating curve for the load
would be subtracted from the time given for the specification load. This difference can then be subtracted
from the MWE hold from CAS Low (min) parameter to
determine the derated AC timing parameter.
90
90
80
80
70
70
Time (ns)
100
Time (ns)
100
60
50
40
60
50
40
30
30
20
20
10
20
40
Figure 14.
60
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
160
3.3-V I/O Drive Type A Rise Time
10
20
50
50
45
45
40
40
35
35
30
25
20
10
Figure 16.
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
160
3.3-V I/O Drive Type B Rise Time
120
140
160
20
15
60
80
100
Load (pF)
25
10
40
60
30
15
5
20
40
Figure 15. 3.3-V I/O Drive Type A Fall Time
Time (ns)
Time (ns)
Referring to Figure 20, 3.3-V I/O Drive Type D Rise
Time, on page 90, a time value of approximately 8.1 ns
corresponds to a capacitive load of 70 pF.
5
20
40
60
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
160
Figure 17. 3.3-V I/O Drive Type B Fall Time
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30
25
25
20
20
Time (ns)
Time (ns)
30
15
10
10
40
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
40
60
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
160
Figure 19. 3.3-V I/O Drive Type C Fall Time
18
18
16
16
14
14
12
12
10
8
10
8
6
6
4
4
40
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
20
60
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
2
20
160
3.3-V I/O Drive Type D Rise Time
40
60
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
160
Figure 22. 3.3-V I/O Drive Type E Rise Time
40
60
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
160
Figure 21. 3.3-V I/O Drive Type D Fall Time
Time (ns)
Figure 20.
90
5
20
160
Figure 18. 3.3-V I/O Drive Type C Rise Time
2
20
Time (ns)
60
Time (ns)
Time (ns)
5
20
15
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
20
40
60
80
100
Load (pF)
120
140
160
Figure 23. 3.3-V I/O Drive Type E Fall Time
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AC SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS AND WAVEFORMS
The AC specifications provided in the AC characteristics tables that follow consist of output delays, input
setup requirements, and input hold requirements.
Output delays are specified with minimum and maximum limits, measured as shown. The minimum delay
times are hold times provided to external circuitry.
AC specifications measurement is defined by the
figures that follow each timing table. All timings are
referenced to 1.5 V unless otherwise specified.
Input setup and hold times are specified as minimums,
defining the smallest acceptable sampling window.
Within the sampling window, a synchronous input signal must be stable for correct microcontroller operation.
Key to Switching Waveforms
WAVEFORMS
INPUTS
OUTPUTS
Must be Steady
Will be Steady
May Change from H to L
Will be Changing from H to L
May Change from L to H
Will be Changing from L to H
Don’t Care, Any Change Permitted
Changing, State Unknown
Does Not Apply
Center Line is High-Impedance "Off” State
AC SWITCHING TEST WAVEFORMS
VIH = VCC
VCC ÷ 2
VIL = 0
Test Points
VCC ÷ 2
Output
Input
Notes:
For AC testing, inputs are driven at 3 V for a logic 1 and 0 V for a logic 0.
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AC Switching Characteristics over Commercial and Industrial Operating Ranges
Table 35. Power-On Reset Cycle
Symbol
t1
Parameter Description
Notes
33-MHz External Bus
VCC_RTC valid hold before all other VCCs are valid
Min
Typ
0
t2
RESET valid hold from all VCC valid (except VCC_RTC)
t3
VCC_RTC valid to BBATSEN active
t4
1
Max
Unit
s
0.5
s
100
µs
CFGx setup to RESET inactive
5
µs
t5
CFGx hold from RESET inactive
0
ns
t6
RSTDRV pulse width
300
ms
Notes:
1. This parameter is dependent on the 32-kHz oscillator start-up time, which is dependent on the characteristics of the crystal,
leakage and capacitive coupling on the board, and ambient temperature.
VCC_RTC
t1
All VCCs
t2
RESET
t3
BBATSEN
t6
RSTDRV
t4
t5
CFGx
Figure 24. Power-Up Timing Sequence
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Table 36. ROM/Flash Memory Cycles
Symbol
Parameter Description
Notes
33-MHz
External Bus
Min
Unit
Max
t1
SA3–SA0 delay from SA31–SA4
t2a
SA stable to ROMCSx assertion
1
6
ns
6
ns
t2b
SA stable to ROMCSx assertion
when qualified with command (ROMRD or ROMWR)
1
20
ns
t2c
SA stable to ROMCSx assertion
when qualified with command (ROMRD or ROMWR)
1
100
ns
t3
ROMCSx deassertion to SA change
1
53
ns
t4
SD setup to ROMRD or ROMCSx deassertion or burst address
switching, whichever is first, for 8-/16-/32-bit device
2
15
ns
t5
ROMWR setup to ROMCSx
0
ns
Data hold from SA, ROMRD, or ROMCSx change, whichever is first
2
0
ns
t7
ROMCSx pulse width
3
25
ns
t8
DBUFOE, R32BFOE setup to ROMRD, ROMWR Low
t9
ROMRD pulse width
3
25
ns
SA3–SA0 burst address valid duration
3
25
ns
ROMWR pulse width
3
25
ns
t6
t10
t11
-8
ns
t12
SD setup to ROMWR assertion for 32-bit device
2
t13
SD hold from ROMWR deassertion
2
20
ns
t14
SA hold from ROMWR deassertion
2
20
ns
t15
ROMRD delay from SA stable
115
ns
t16a
ROMRD, ROMWR pulse width for 8-bit device
530
ns
t16b
ROMRD, ROMWR pulse width for 16-bit device
240
ns
17
ns
Data setup from ROMRD for 8-bit device
2, 4
489
ns
t17b
Data setup from ROMRD for 16-bit device
2, 4
209
ns
t18
ROMRD deassertion to SA unstable
t19
Data hold from ROMRD deassertion
t20
SA hold from ROMWR deassertion
t17a
2
20
ns
0
ns
53
ns
SD setup to ROMWR assertion for 16-bit device
2
-29
ns
t21b
SD setup to ROMWR assertion for 8-bit device
2
33
ns
t22
SD hold from ROMWR deassertion
2
26
ns
t23
IOCHRDY assertion to ROMRD, ROMWR deassertion
125
ns
t24a
IOCHRDY deassertion from ROMRD, ROMWR for 8-bit
t21a
378
ns
66
ns
t24b
IOCHRDY deassertion from ROMRD, ROMWR for 16-bit
t25
R32BFOE/DBUFOE hold from ROMRD High
0
ns
t26
R32BFOE/DBUFOE hold from ROMWR High
26
ns
t27
DBUFRDL, DBUFRDH setup to ROMRD, ROMWR Low
t28
DBUFRDL, DBUFRDH hold from ROMRD High
0
ns
t29
DBUFRDL, DBUFRDH hold from ROMWR high
26
ns
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ns
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Notes:
1. The ROMCSx address decode is programmable for an early decode (via bit 5 in CSC index 23h, 25h, and 27h). The early
address-decode is available to provide the ROMCSx by qualifying the address signals only; it is not qualified with the commands (ROMRD, ROMWR). The timing parameter t2a pertains to the early address-decode feature being enabled (ROMCSx
is address-decode only). Parameters t2b and t2c are observed when the early address-decode feature is disabled (ROMCSx
is address-decode qualified with command). The early decode can be enabled for both Fast-mode and Normal-mode ROM
accesses.
2. When a x32 DRAM or VL bus is enabled, additional delay must be added to accommodate for the delay through the external
data buffers required for the SD bus in this mode.
3. There are two types of programmable wait states. The first programmable wait state is always used in the first access for
either burst or non-burst supported device. It starts at the assertion of the chip select or at the transition of SA3–SA0, whic hever occurs later. The second programmable wait state is used only for any subsequent burst read accesses to a burst mode
ROM device. It starts at the transition of SA3–SA0. The burst address valid duration depends on which wait state is used. If
the wait state is set to zero, then the minimum address duration is 30 ns (one bus clock cycle).
4. If wait states are added via the deassertion of IOCHRDY, the data setup time to IOCHRDY assertion is 0 ns (minimum).
t2b
SA25–SA4
t1
t1
t4
t6
SA3–SA0
t7
ROMCSx
ROMWR
t27
ROMRD
t8
t9
SD15–SD0
D15–D0
(x32 ROM)
DBUFOE
R32BFOE
DBUFRDH
DBUFRDL
Figure 25. Fast Mode 8-/16-/32-Bit ROM/Flash Memory Read Cycle
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t28
t6
t25
t2b
SA25–SA4
t6
t1
t4
ROMCSx
t10
0
SA3–SA0
1
t1
2
t2a
ROMWR
3 * t9
ROMRD
SD7–SD0
Notes:
The ROM controller fetches the number of bytes requested by the CPU as dictated by the CPU BE (Byte Enable) signals and
returns the data as a single transfer. In this example, BE was set to “0001”. Therefore, the ROM controller generates additional
addresses to read all three bytes before returning them to the CPU.
Figure 26.
Fast Mode CPU Read of Three Consecutive Bytes from 8-Bit ROM/Flash Memory
t2b
t14
SA25–SA0
ROMCSx
ROMWR
t2a
t5
t27
t8
t11
t12
t13
t29
t26
ROMRD
SD15–SD0
D15–D0
(x32 ROM)
DBUFOE
R32BFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 27. Fast Mode 8-/16-/32-Bit Flash Memory Write Cycles
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t2b
SA25–SA4
t4
t1
t10
t6
t1
SA3–SA1
ROMCSx
t2a
8 * t7
ROMWR
8 x t9
ROMRD
SD15–SD0
Figure 28.
Fast Mode 16-Bit Burst ROM Read Cycles
t2b
SA25–SA4
t4
t1
t10
t6
t1
SA3–SA2
ROMCSx
t2a
4 * t7
ROMWR
t27
t8
4 * t9
ROMRD
SD15–SD0
DBUFOE
R32BFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 29.
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t28
t25
t15
t2c
t3
t18
SA25–SA4
t1
t1
SA3–SA0
ROMCSx
t2a
t23
t16a,b
t17a,b
t8
t27
ROMRD
t28
t25
t19
t24a,b
ROMWR
SD15–SD0
DBUFOE
R32BFOE
IOCHRDY
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 30. Normal Mode 8-/16-Bit ROM/Flash Memory Read Cycles
t20
SA25–SA4
t1
t1
SA3–SA0
ROMCSx
t2a
t27
t8
ROMWR
t16a,b
t21a,b
t24a,b
t23
t29
t22
t26
ROMRD
SD15–SD0
DBUFOE
R32BFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
IOCHRDY
Figure 31. Normal Mode 8-/16-Bit Flash Memory Write Cycles
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Table 37.
Symbol
t1
t2
t3
t4
t5
t6a
t6a
t6b
t7a
t7b
t8a
t8b
t9a
t9b
t9c
t10
t11
t12a
t12b
t13
t14a
t14b
t15
t16
t17
t18
t19
t20
t21
t22
t23
t24
t25
t26
t27
t28
t29
t30
t31
t32
t33
DRAM Cycles
Parameter Description
Row address setup time
RAS to CAS delay
Row address hold time
Column address setup time
Column address hold time
CAS pulse width (CPU, Fast Page mode)
CAS pulse width (graphics controller, Fast Page mode)
CAS pulse width (EDO mode)
CAS precharge (non-interleaved)
CAS precharge (interleaved)
CAS hold
CAS hold (EDO)
Fast page mode cycle time (non-interleaved)
Fast page mode cycle time (interleaved)
EDO mode cycle time
Access time from RAS
Access time from column address
Access time from CAS
Access time from CAS (EDO)
Access time from CAS precharge
Read data hold from CAS
Read data hold from CAS (EDO)
MA12–MA0 switching time
Delay between bank CAS signals
MWE setup to CAS
MWE hold from CAS
Write data setup to CAS
Write data hold from CAS
RAS precharge
RAS pulse width
RAS hold
MWE low from CAS (EDO data disable)
MWE pulse width (EDO)
Data high impedance from MWE
RAS to CAS precharge time
CAS setup time (CAS-before-RAS refresh)
CAS hold time (CAS-before-RAS refresh)
RAS pulse width during self-refresh cycle
RAS precharge time during self-refresh cycle
WE setup time (CAS-before-RAS refresh)
WE hold time (CAS-before-RAS refresh)
Notes
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
33-MHz
External Bus
Min
Max
5
42.75
14.25
0
14.25
42.75
28.5
28.5
14.25
71.25
85.5
66.5
57
114
57
66.5
35
20
22
40
0
5
15
15
10
30
10
30
60
75
28.5
14.25
14.25
15
15
10
25
100
130
25
25
Notes:
1. All timings assume 70-ns DRAMs, fastest programmable timing, and a 66-MHz clock for the memory controller.
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ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
us
ns
ns
ns
t1
RAS
t8a
t9b
t4
t7b
t2
CASL3–CASL0
t6a
t16
t6a
t16
t4
CASH3–CASH0
t3
t6a
t5
t15
t15
MA12–MA0
MWE
t12a
t11
t12a
t10
t14a
t11
D31–D0
Figure 32.
DRAM Page Hit Read, Interleaved
t1
RAS
t2
t8a
t17
t4
t19
CASL3–
CASL0
t9b
t6a
t7b
t6a
t6a
t7b
t16
CASH3–
CASH0
t9b
t6a
t3
t15
t5
t15
MA12–MA0
MWE
t18
t20
t20
D31–D0
Figure 33. DRAM Page Hit Write, Interleaved
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t1
t21
t22
t23
RAS
t8a
t4
t2
CASL3–CASL0
t6a
t16
t6a
CASH3–CASH0
t3
t15
t5
MA12–MA0
MWE
t12a
t11
t12a
t10
t14a
D31–D0
Figure 34.
DRAM Page Miss Read, Interleaved
t1
RAS
t8a
t4
t4
CASH3–CASH0
CASL3–CASL0
t9a
t2
t6a
t3
t7a
t6a
t5
t15
t15
MA12–MA0
MWE
t12a
t11
t10
t12a
t13
D31–D0
Figure 35.
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t14a
t1
RAS
t2
t8a
t19
t4
t9a
t17
CASH3–CASH0
CASL3–CASL0
t6a
t7a
t6a
t3
t15
t15
t5
MA12–MA0
t18
MWE
t20
D31–D0
Figure 36. DRAM Page Hit Write, Non-Interleaved
t1
t22
t21
t23
RAS
t8a
t9a
t4
t7a
t2
CASH3–CASH0
CASL3–CASL0
t6a
t3
t6a
t5
t15
t15
MA12–MA0
MWE
t12a
t11
t10
t12a
t14a
t13
D31–D0
Figure 37.
DRAM Page Miss Read, Non-Interleaved
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t1
RAS
t8b
t4
CASH3–CASH0
CASL3–CASL0
t2
t9c
t7a
t6b
t6b
t3
t5
t15
t15
MA12–MA0
t24
t25
MWE
t12b
t11
t10
t12b
t13
t14b
t11
t26
D31–D0
Notes:
The EDO DRAM page hit write timing is similar to DRAM page hit write timing. See Figure 36 on page 101 for more information.
Figure 38. EDO DRAM Page Hit Read, Non-Interleaved
t1
t21
t22
RAS
t8b
t4
CASH3–CASH0
CASL3–CASL0
t2
t6b
t3
t5
t15
MA12–MA0
t24
t25
MWE
t12b
t11
t10
D31–D0
Notes:
The EDO DRAM page miss write timing is similar to DRAM page miss write timing. See Figure 36 on page 101 for more
information.
Figure 39. EDO DRAM Page Miss Read, Non-Interleaved
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t26
clk_mem
t27
t27
t29
t29
t28
t27
t27
t7a
t28
t28
t28
t7a
t27
t27
t27
t27
t29
t29
CASH3–CASH0
CASL3–CASL0
t33
t32
t22
RAS0
t33
t32
t22
RAS1
t33
t32
t22
RAS2
t33
t32
t22
RAS3
MWE
Figure 40.
DRAM CAS-Before-RAS Refresh
t7a
t27
t27
t28
CASH3–CASH0
CASL3–CASL0
SS
t21
RAS
7a
t30
t31
SS
MWE
Notes:
Because the sequence shown above is performed when the microcontroller is in Suspend mode, the DRAMs must self-refresh.
The RAS and CAS signals are held active (Low) for the entire time that the microcontroller is in Suspend mode. The timing
diagram also shows a following cycle that brings RAS and CAS High again. The Low period of RAS and CAS can be of a long
duration.
Figure 41. DRAM Self-Refresh
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
103
t27
t28
t7a
t29
CASH3–CASH0
CASL3–CASL0
t33
t32
t22
RAS0
t33
t22
RAS1
t33
t22
RAS2
t33
t22
RAS3
MWE
Notes:
The diagram above shows RAS and CAS behavior for an ÉlanSC400 or ÉlanSC410 microcontroller running at a frequency of
16 MHz or less. In this case, the RAS signals are not staggered and all are driven (Low) at the same time to consume less DRAM
bandwidth for refresh activity (consumed due to a slower clock frequency).
Figure 42.
104
DRAM Slow Refresh
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Table 38. ISA Cycles
Symbol
Parameter Description
Notes
33-MHz
External Bus
Min
Unit
Max
t1a
Setup, SA, SBHE stable to command assertion, 16-bit I/O,
8-bit I/O, Mem
120
ns
t1b
Setup, SA, SBHE stable to command assertion, 16-bit Mem
120
ns
t2a
Delay, MCS16 stable from SA
102
ns
122
ns
t2b
Delay, IOCS16 stable from SA
t3a
Pulse width, IOW, 8-bit cycle
530
ns
t3b
Pulse width, MEMW, 8-bit cycle
530
ns
t3c
Pulse width, IOR, 8-bit cycle
530
ns
t3d
Pulse width, MEMR, 8-bit cycle
530
ns
t3e
Pulse width, IOW, 16-bit cycle
165
ns
t3f
Pulse width, MEMW, 16-bit cycle
240
ns
t3g
Pulse width, IOR, 16-bit cycle
165
ns
t3h
Pulse width, MEMR, 16-bit cycle
240
ns
t4
SA, SBHE hold from command deassertion
53
ns
t5a
IOCHRDY delay from IOR, MEMR, IOW, MEMW (8-bit)
378
ns
t5b
IOCHRDY delay from IOR, MEMR, IOW, MEMW (16-bit)
66
ns
t6
IOR, MEMR, IOW, MEMW delay from IOCHRDY
125
ns
t7a
IOR, MEMR, IOW, MEMW high time (8-bit)
187
ns
t7b
IOR, MEMR, IOW, MEMW high time (16-bit)
125
ns
t8
Delay, BALE rising from IOR, MEMR, IOW, MEMW deassertion
46
ns
t9
IOCHRDY pulse width
120 ns 15.6 µs
t11a
Setup, SD to write command assertion, 8-bit memory, I/O write and
16-bit I/O write
33
ns
t11b
Setup, SD to write command assertion, 16-bit memory write
-29
ns
30
t12
Hold, SD from write command deassertion
t13a
Data access time, 8-bit read
489
ns
ns
t13b
Data access time, 16-bit I/O read
132
ns
t13c
Data access time, 16-bit memory read
209
ns
t14
Hold, SD from read command deassertion
0
ns
t15
Setup, SA, SBHE stable to BALE falling edge
61
ns
t16
Pulse width, BALE
60
ns
t17
Setup, AEN high to IOR/IOW assertion
145
ns
t19
Setup, SA, SBHE stable to command assertion
102
ns
t20
Hold, DRQ from DACK assertion
0
ns
t21
Setup, DACK assertion to I/O command assertion
145
ns
t22a
Setup, IOR assertion to MEMW command
235
ns
0
ns
200
ns
t22b
Setup, MEMR command assertion to IOW command
t23
Delay, IOCHRDY assertion to command high
t24
Delay, memory command to IOCHRDY deassertion
t25
Hold, command off to DACK off
60
ns
t26
Hold, read command off from write command off
50
ns
t27
Hold, AEN from command off
60
ns
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
125
ns
105
Table 38. ISA Cycles (Continued)
Symbol
Parameter Description
Notes
33-MHz
External Bus
Min
t29
Hold, SA, SBHE from read command
53
ns
t30
Setup, TC to read command deassertion
470
ns
t31
Hold, TC from read command deassertion
60
ns
t32a
Pulse width, I/O write command
400
ns
t32b
Pulse width, I/O read command
700
ns
t33a
Pulse width, memory read command
800
ns
t33b
Pulse width, memory write command
470
ns
t34
Delay, MEMR to valid data
272
11
ns
t35
Hold, SD from MEMR deassertion
t36
Delay, IOR to valid data
t37
Hold, SD from IOR deassertion
11
ns
t38
Setup, SD to MEMW assertion
-21
ns
ns
241
ns
t39
Setup, SD to IOW assertion
-214
ns
t41
Setup, DBUFRDL/DBUFRDH to write command Low
1
45
ns
Hold, DBUFRDL/DBUFRDH from write command High
1
30
ns
Setup, DBUFRDL/DBUFRDH to read command Low
1
0
ns
t44
Hold, DBUFRDL/DBUFRDH from read command High
1
10
ns
t45
Setup, DBUFOE Low to write command Low
1
45
ns
Hold, DBUFOE from write command High
1
30
ns
Setup, DBUFOE Low to read command Low
1
0
ns
t42
t43
t46
t47
t48
Hold, DBUFOE from read command High
1
10
ns
t49
Setup, DBUFRDL/DBUFRDH to mem read command Low, DMA
1
0
ns
t50
Hold, DBUFRDL/DBUFRDH from mem read command High, DMA
1
10
ns
Setup, DBUFOE Low to mem read command Low, DMA
1
0
ns
t51
t52
Hold, DBUFOE from mem read command High, DMA
1
10
ns
t53
Setup, DBUFRDL/DBUFRDH to I/O read command Low, DMA
1
0
ns
t54
Setup, DBUFOE Low to I/O read command Low, DMA
1
0
ns
Hold, DBUFOE from I/O read command High, DMA
1
10
ns
Hold, DBUFRDL/DBUFRDH from I/O read command High, DMA
1
10
ns
t55
t56
Notes:
1. These parameters are applicable only when an external data transceiver is used to isolate the SD bus.
106
Unit
Max
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
t1a
t1a
t4
SA25–SA0, SBHE
t41
t45
t11a
IOW/MEMW
t4
t6
t5a
t3a,b
t12
t46
t42
t13a
t3c,d
t6
t14
t47
t43
t5a
IOR/MEMR
IOCHRDY
t7a
t44
t48
t9
SD7–SD0
(Write)
SD7–SD0
(Read)
DBUFRDL
DBUFOE
Figure 43.
8-Bit ISA Bus Cycles
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
107
t2a,b
t2a,b
t1a,b
t15
t2a,b
t1a,b
t15
t16
t16
t4
SA25–SA0, SBHE
BALE
IOW/MEMW
t41
t11a,b
t45
t5b
t3e,f
t4
t6
t46
t42
t5b
t3g,h
t6
t43
t47
t13b,c
IOR/MEMR
IOCS16/MCS16
t9
IOCHRDY
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
DBUFOE
SD15–SD0
(Write)
SD15–SD0
(Read)
Figure 44. 16-Bit ISA Bus Cycles
108
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
t14
t44
t48
t7b
t20
PDRQx
PDACKx
t21
t25
t19
t29
SA25–SA0, SBHE
t17
t27
AEN
t22b
t24
t39
t32a
t26
IOW
t23
t49
t51
MEMR
t33a
t34
t31
t30
t52
t35
t50
SD15–SD0
IOCHRDY
TC
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
DBUFOE
Figure 45. ISA DMA Read Cycle
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
109
t20
PDRQx
PDACKx
t21
t25
t19
t29
SA23–SA0, SBHE
t17
t27
AEN
t22a
t24
t38
t33b
MEMW
t26
t23
t30
t53
t54
t36
t32b
t31
t55
t37
t56
IOR
SD15–SD0
IOCHRDY
TC
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
DBUFOE
Figure 46.
110
ISA DMA Write Cycle
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
Table 39.
Symbol
VESA Local Bus Cycles
Parameter Description
33-MHz
External Bus
Min
Unit
Max
t1
VL_LCLK period
27
ns
t2
VL_LCLK pulse High
14
ns
t3
VL_LCLK pulse Low
14
ns
t4
VL_ADS delay from VL_LCLK
3
18
ns
t5
SA25–SA2, VL_BE3–VL_BE0, VL_M/IO, VL_W/R, VL_D/C delay from
VL_LCLK
3
18
ns
t6
VL_BLAST valid from VL_LCLK
3
18
ns
t7
VL_LDEV valid from SA25–SA2, VL_BE3–VL_BE0, VL_M/IO, VL_W/R,
VL_D/C
20
ns
t81
VL_LDEV setup to VL_LCLK
15
ns
t9
VL_LRDY, VL_BRDY setup to VL_LCLK
12
ns
t10
VL_LRDY, VL_BRDY (VL-Bus target is driver) hold from VL_LCLK
0
ns
t11
VL_LRDY (VL-Bus target is driver) three stated from VL_LCLK
t12
Read data setup to VL_LCLK
5
0
ns
t13
Read data hold from VL_CLK
0
ns
t14
Write data delay from VL_CLK
3
18
ns
ns
Notes:
1. LDEV is checked on the following rising edge of the CPU clock (not shown, up to 100 MHz) from the assertion of ADS. ADS
can assert a minimum of 20 ns after address change.
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
111
t3
t1
t9
t8
t9
t2
t12
t12
VL_LCLK
CPUADS1
t4
t4
VL_ADS
t5
t5
SA25–SA2, VL_BE
t7
t7
VL_LDEV
t13
t13
Read Data
t14
t14
t14
Write Data
t10
t10
t11
VL_LRDY
t10
VL_BRDY
t6
t6
t6
VL_BLAST
Notes:
1. This signal is shown as a timing reference only. It is not available as a pin on the ÉlanSC400 microcontroller.
Figure 47. VESA Local Bus Cycles
112
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
t11
Table 40. Parallel Port Cycles1
Symbol
Parameter Description
t1
PPDWE delay from IOW
t2
PPOEN delay from IOW
t3
STRB delay from IOW
Notes
2
3
33-MHz
External Bus
Unit
Min
Max
2
20
ns
2
20
ns
2
20
ns
2
20
ns
t4
SLCTIN, AFDT valid from IOW
t5
SD setup to IOW
50
ns
t6
SD hold from IOW
50
ns
t7
t8
BUSY asserted from IOW asserted
4
IOW deasserted from BUSY deasserted
4
300
ns
100
ns
t9
IOW pulse width
450
ns
t10
SLCTIN, AFDT recovery
1000
ns
DBUFOE setup to IOW
5
20
ns
DBUFOE hold from IOW
5
20
ns
t13
PPDWE delay from IOR
2
2
20
ns
t14
SLCTIN, AFDT valid from IOR
3
2
20
ns
t15
SD setup to IOR deasserted
t16
SD hold from IOR
t11
t12
t17
BUSY asserted from IOR asserted
4
t18
IOR deasserted from BUSY deasserted
4
t19
IOR pulse width
t20
t21
20
ns
0
ns
300
ns
100
ns
450
ns
DBUFOE, DBUFRDL setup to IOR
5
0
ns
DBUFOE, DBUFRDL hold from IOR
5
10
ns
Notes:
1. The signal names used in Figure 48 and Figure 49 are the PC/AT Compatible and Bidirectional mode signal names.
2. During EPP mode and Bidirectional mode, PPDWE acts as the parallel port chip select and is asserted for both reads and
writes. For PC/AT Compatible mode, PPDWE will be asserted only for parallel port write cycles.
3. These timings are only valid for EPP mode.
4. BUSY is asserted to add wait states to the parallel port access.
5. DBUFOE and DBUFRDL may be required when using the VESA local bus interface or a x32 DRAM interface.
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
113
.
t5
IOW
t9
t11
t8
t1
PPDWE
t1
t2
t2
PPOEN
STRB
SLCTIN
t3
t3
t4
t4
AFDT
t4
t10
t4
t10
Address Register Access
Data Register Access
t6
SD7–SD0
BUSY
t7
t12
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
Figure 48.
114
EPP Parallel Port Write Cycle
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
t19
t15
t18
IOR
t13
PPDWE
t13
PPOEN
STRB
t14
SLCTIN
t14
t10
t14
t10
Address Register Access
t14
AFDT
Data Register Access
t16
SD7–SD0
t17
BUSY
t21
DBUFOE
t20
DBUFRDL
Figure 49. EPP Parallel Port Read Cycle
Table 41.
Symbol
General-Purpose Input/Output Cycles
Parameter Description
33-MHz External Bus
Min
Max
10
10
Unit
t1
t2
SA stable to GPIO_CSx rising edge
SA stable to GPIO_CSx falling edge
t3
IOW rising edge to GPIO_CSx rising edge
t4
IOW falling edge to GPIO_CSx falling edge
5
ns
t5
IOR rising edge to GPIO_CSx rising edge
5
ns
t6
IOR falling edge to GPIO_CSx falling edge
5
ns
t7
SA stable to GPIO_CSx (8042CS) falling edge
10
ns
t8
SA stable to GPIO_CSx (8042CS) rising edge
10
ns
t9
SA stable to GPIO_CSx (MEMCS) falling edge
10
ns
t10
SA stable to GPIO_CSx (MEMCS) rising edge
10
ns
5
ns
ns
ns
t11
MEMW rising edge to GPIO_CSx rising edge
5
ns
t12
MEMW falling edge to GPIO_CSx falling edge
5
ns
t13
MEMR rising edge to GPIO_CSx rising edge
5
ns
t14
MEMR falling edge to GPIO_CSx falling edge
5
ns
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
115
t1
t2
t1
t2
SA25–SA0
GPIO_CSx
IOW
IOR
IOCHRDY
SD7–SD0/SD15–SD0
(Write)
D7–D0/D15–D0
(Read)
Notes:
See the ISA bus section on page 105 for detailed timings between these signals.
Figure 50. I/O Decode (R/W), Address Decode Only
SA25–SA0
t6
t4
t3
GPIO_CSx
IOW
IOR
IOCHRDY
SD7–SD0/SD15–SD0
(Write)
SD7–SD0/SD15–SD0
(Read)
Notes:
See the ISA bus section on page 105 for detailed timings between these signals.
Figure 51.
116
I/O Decode (R/W), Command Qualified
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
t5
t8
t7
t8
t7
60h or 64h
SA25–SA0
60h or 64h
GPIO_CSx
IOW
IOR
IOCHRDY
SD7–SD0
(Write)
SD7–SD0
(Read)
Notes:
See the ISA bus section on page 105 for detailed timings between these signals.
Figure 52.
I/O Decode (R/W), GPIO_CSx as 8042CS Timing
t10
t9
t9
t10
SA25–SA0
GPIO_CSx
MEMW
MEMR
IOCHRDY
SD7–SD0
(Write)
SD7–SD0
(Read)
Notes:
See the ISA bus section on page 105 for detailed timings between these signals.
Figure 53.
Memory CS Decode (R/W), Address Decode Only
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
117
SA25–SA0
t14
GPIO_CSx
t12
t11
MEMW
MEMR
IOCHRDY
SD7–SD0/SD15–SD0
(Write)
SD7–SD0/SD15–SD0
(Read)
Notes:
See the ISA bus section on page 105 for detailed timings between these signals.
Figure 54. Memory CS Decode (R/W), Command Qualified
118
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
t13
Table 42.
Symbol
PC Card Cycles—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only
Parameter Description
Notes
33-MHz External Bus
Min
Max
Unit
REG_x, SA setup to command active
1,2
ST-10
ns
t2
Command pulse width
1, 3
CT-10
ns
t3
SA hold and write data valid from command inactive
1 4
RT-10
ns
WAIT_AB Active from command active
1, 3
Command hold from WAIT_AB inactive
1
2T
ns
t6
SD setup before read command inactive
1
2T+10
ns
t7
SD valid from read command inactive
0
ns
SD valid from WAIT_AB inactive
1
T+10
ns
IOIS16 setup before command inactive
1
3T+10
ns
t10
MCEH_x delay from IOIS16 active
1
T-10
t11
IOIS16 delay from valid SA
t12
Setup, DACK assertion to DMA I/O command active
145
ns
t13a
Pulse width, DMA I/O write command
220
ns
t13b
Pulse width, DMA I/O read command
700
ns
t14
Hold, DMA I/O command inactive to DACK inactive
60
ns
t15
DMA I/O command setup to TC active
15
ns
t16
TC pulse width
62
ns
t1
t4
t5
t8
t9
,
(C-2)•T-10
ns
ns
35
-241
ns
t17a
SD setup to DMA IOW active
t17b
SD valid delay from DMA IOR active
ns
t18a
SD hold from DMA IOW inactive
0
ns
t18b
SD hold from DMA IOR inactive
0
ns
100
ns
Notes:
1. T is the nominal period of the selected clock: in Standard mode, this is the 125-ns ISA bus clock; in Enhanced mode, it is the
30-ns local bus clock.
2. S determines the setup time as programmed into the Setup Timing Register selected from one of four timing sets. Its value
can be programmed to a range of 1 to 4096 • 63.
3. C determines the command active time as programmed into the Command Timing Register selected from one of four timing
sets. Its value can be programmed to a range of 1 to 4096 • 63.
4. R determines the recovery time as programmed into the Recovery Timing Register selected from one of four timing sets. Its
value can be programmed to a range of 1 to 4096 • 63.
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
119
t3
SA25–SA0
REG_A
REG_B
MCEL_A
MCEL_B
MCEH_A
MCEH_B
t2
t1
t5
t4
t6
t7
OE
t8
WAIT_AB
SD15–SD8
Three-state or Not Valid for Attribute Memory Read Cycles
Read Cycle Data
SD7–SD0
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 55. PC Card Attribute Memory Read Cycle (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
Table 43.
Mode
PC Card Attribute Memory Read Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
REG_x
MCEH_x
MCEL_x
SA0
OE
WE
SD15–SD8
SD7–SD0
Byte Access
L
L
H
H
L
L
L
H
L
L
H
H
Three-state
Three-state
Even byte
Not valid
Word Access
L
L
L
Indeterminate
L
H
Not valid
Even byte
Odd-Byte-Only Access
L
L
H
Indeterminate
L
H
Not valid
Three-state
120
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
t3
SA25–SA0
REG_A
REG_B
MCEL_A
MCEL_B
MCEH_A
MCEH_B
t1
t2
t4
t5
WE
WAIT_AB
SD15–SD8
SD7–SD0
Not Valid for Attribute Memory Write Cycles
Write Cycle Data
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 56.
PC Card Attribute Memory Write Cycle (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
Table 44. PC Card Attribute Memory Write Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
REG_x
MCEH_x
MCEL_x
SA0
OE
WE
SD15–SD8
SD7–SD0
Byte Access
Mode
L
L
H
H
L
L
L
H
H
H
L
L
Indeterminate
Indeterminate
Even byte
Indeterminate
Word Access
L
L
L
Indeterminate
H
L
Indeterminate
Even byte
Odd-Byte-Only Access
L
L
H
Indeterminate
H
L
Indeterminate
Indeterminate
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
121
t3
SA25–SA0
REG_A
REG_B
MCEL_A
MCEL_B
MCEH_A
MCEH_B
t2
t1
t5
t4
t6
t7
OE
t8
WAIT_AB
Read Cycle Data
SD15–SD0
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 57. PC Card Common Memory Read Cycle (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
Table 45.
Mode
PC Card Common Memory Read Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
REG_x
MCEH_x
MCEL_x
SA0
OE
WE
SD15–SD8
SD7–SD0
Byte Access
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
H
L
L
H
H
Three-state
Three-state
Even byte
Odd byte
Word Access
H
L
L
Indeterminate
L
H
Odd byte
Even byte
Odd-Byte-Only Access
H
L
H
Indeterminate
L
H
Odd byte
Three-state
122
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
t3
SA25–SA0
REG_A
REG_B
MCEL_A
MCEL_B
MCEH_A
MCEH_B
t1
t2
t4
t5
WE
WAIT_AB
SD15–SD0
Write Cycle Data
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 58.
PC Card Common Memory Write Cycle (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
Table 46. PC Card Common Memory Write Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
REG_x
MCEH_x
MCEL_x
SA0
OE
WE
Byte Access
Mode
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
H
H
H
L
L
Indeterminate Even byte
Indeterminate Odd byte
SD15–SD8
Word Access
H
L
L
Indeterminate
H
L
Odd byte
Even byte
Odd-Byte-Only Access
H
L
H
Indeterminate
H
L
Odd byte
Indeterminate
Élan™SC400 and ÉlanSC410 Microcontrollers Data Sheet
SD7–SD0
123
t11
t3
SA25–SA0
REG_A
REG_B
t9
t2
t5
t1
t6
t4
t7
IOR
t8
WAIT_AB
MCEL_A
MCEL_B
MCEH_A
MCEH_B
t10
WP_x
(IOCS16_x)
Read Cycle Data
SD15–SD0
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 59.
PC Card I/O Read Cycle
Table 47. PC Card I/O Read Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
Mode
REG_x
MCEH_x
MCEL_x
SA0
IOR
IOW
SD15–SD8
SD7–SD0
Byte Access
L
L
H
H
L
L
L
H
L
L
H
H
Three-state
Three-state
Even byte
Odd byte
Word Access
L
L
L
Indeterminate
L
H
Odd byte
Even byte
High Byte Only
L
L
H
Indeterminate
L
H
Odd byte
Three-state
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t11
t3
SA25–SA0
REG_A
REG_B
t9
t1
t2
t4
IOW
t5
WAIT_AB
MCEL_A
MCEL_B
t10
MCEH_A
MCEH_B
WP_x
(IOCS16_x)
Write Cycle Data
SD15–SD0
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 60.
PC Card I/O Write Cycle
Table 48. PC Card I/O Write Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
Mode
REG_x MCEH_x MCEL_x
SA0
IOR
IOW
SD15–SD8
SD7–SD0
Byte Access
L
L
H
H
L
L
L
H
H
H
L
L
Indeterminate
Indeterminate
Even byte
Odd byte
Word Access
L
L
L
Indeterminate
H
L
Odd byte
Even byte
Odd-Byte-Only Access
L
L
H
Indeterminate
H
L
Odd byte
Indeterminate
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t14
REG_A, REG_B,
(DACK)
MCEL_A, MCEL_B,
MCEH_A, MCEH_B
OE, IOR
t12
t13a
IOW
t15
t16
WE (TC)
t17a
t18a
DMA Data to Card
SD15–SD0
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
DUBFRDH
Figure 61. PC Card DMA Read Cycle (Memory Read to I/O Write)
Table 49.
Mode
PC Card DMA Read Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
DACK
DREQ
MCEH_x
MCEL_x
OE
WE
IOR
IOW
Byte Access
H
L
H
L
H
TC
H
L
Indeterminate Even byte
Word Access
H
L
L
L
H
TC
H
L
Odd byte
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SD15–SD8
SD7–SD0
Even byte
t14
REG_A, REG_B,
(DACK)
MCEL_A, MCEL_B,
MCEH_A, MCEH_B
WE, IOW
t12
t13b
IOR
t15
t16
OE (TC)
t17b
SD15–SD0
t18b
DMA Data from Card
DBUFOE
DBUFRDL
DBUFRDH
Figure 62.
PC Card DMA Write Cycle (I/O Read to Memory Write)
Table 50. PC Card DMA Write Function (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
Mode
DACK
DREQ
MCEH_x
MCEL_x
OE
WE
IOR
IOW
Byte Access
H
L
H
L
TC
H
L
H
Indeterminate Even byte
Word Access
H
L
L
L
TC
H
L
H
Odd byte
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SD15–SD8
SD7–SD0
Even byte
127
Table 51.
Symbol
LCD Graphics Controller Cycles—ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only
Parameter Description
Notes
33-MHz
External Bus
Min
1
4T
ns
2T
ns
SCK High time
1
T
ns
SCK Low time
1
T
ns
t4
Setup, data to SCK falling edge
1
T-15
ns
t5
Hold, LCD_data from SCK falling edge
1
T-15
ns
Width, LC
1
8T
ns
t1a
SCK period, monochrome panel
t1b
SCK period, color STN panel
t2
t3
t6
Setup, FRM to LC falling
1,2
t8
Hold, FRM from LC falling
1,2
t9
Delay, LC falling to M phase change
t7
t11a
t11b
ns
ns
0
15
ns
Delay, power-on sequencing, LVDD to signals
3
7.8
62.5
ms
Delay, power-on sequencing, signals to LVEE
4
7.8
62.5
ms
62.5
500
ms
62.5
500
ms
t12a
Delay, power-off sequencing, LVEE to signals, normal power-down
5
t12b
Delay, power-off sequencing, signals to LVDD, normal power-down
6
t13
Delay, LVEE to LCD_SIGNALS off, emergency power-down
0
ns
t14
Delay, LCD_SIGNALS off to LVDD off, emergency power-down
0
ns
t15
Delay, emergency power-off sequencing from BL2 edge
0
Notes:
1. T = period of internal video dot clock—programmable via the Pixel Clock Control Register.
2. Programmable to within resolution of 8T intervals (single-screen mode) or 16T intervals (dual-screen mode).
3. Programmable through PMU Control Register 1, bits 2–0.
4. Programmable through PMU Control Register 1, bits 5–3.
5. Programmable through PMU Control Register 2, bits 2–0.
6. Programmable through PMU Control Register 2, bits 5–3.
t2
t4
t1a,b
t3
t5
SCK
LCDD7–
LCDD0
t7
t9
t6
t8
LC
FRM
M
Figure 63. Graphics Panel Interface Timing (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
128
Unit
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µs
t12b
LVDD
t11a
t11a
t15
t14
t11b
Graphics Panel
Interface Signals
(Figure 63)
t11b
t12a
t13
LVEE
BL2
Battery Failure
Normal Operation
Figure 64. Graphics Panel Power Sequencing (ÉlanSC400 Microcontroller Only)
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THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS
The thermal specifications for the ÉlanSC400 and
ÉlanSC410 microcontrollers are given as a TCASE (the
case temperature) specification. The 33-MHz and
66-MHz devices are specified for operation when
TCASE is with the range of 0°C–+95°C. The 100-MHz
device is specified for operation when TCASE is within
the range of 0°C–+85°C. TCASE can be measured in
any environment to determine whether the microcontroller is within specified operating range. The case
temperature should be measured at the center of the
top surface opposite the solder balls.
where:
TJ is the junction temperature (°C).
TA is the ambient temperature (°C).
TCASE is the case temperature (°C).
ΨJ-T is the junction-to-case thermal resistance (°C/W).
θJA is the junction-to-ambient thermal resistance
(°C/W).
P is the maximum power consumption (W).
The ambient temperature (TA) is guaranteed as long as
TCASE is not violated. The ambient temperature can be
calculated from Ψ J-T and θ JA from the following
equations:
The values for θJA and ΨJ-T are given in Table 52 for
the BGA 292 package. These numbers are valid only
for packages with all 292 balls soldered to a board with
two power planes and two signal planes.
TJ = TCASE + P • ΨJ-T
Table 53 shows the TA allowable (without exceeding
TCASE) at various airflows and operating frequencies.
P is calculated using the ICC at 3.3 V as tabulated in the
DC Characteristics section beginning on page 86.
TA = TJ – P • θJA
TCASE = TA + P • (θJA – ΨJ-T)
Table 52. Thermal Resistance ΨJ-T and θJA (°C/W) for the 292-BGA Package)
Airflow in Feet/Minute (m/s)
Thermal
Resistance
0
200
400
600
800
(0)
(1.01)
(2.03)
(3.04)
(4.06)
θJA
25.0
20.5
19.0
18.1
17.4
ΨJ-T
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
6.2
Table 53.
Maximum TA at Various Airflows in °C
Airflow in Feet/Minute (m/s)
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0
200
400
600
800
Maximum TA
(0)
(1.01)
(2.03)
(3.04)
(4.06)
at 33 MHz
83.7
86.4
87.3
87.8
88.3
at 66 MHz
72.0
77.5
79.3
80.4
81.3
at 100 MHz
50.8
59.0
61.7
63.4
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A
27.00 BSC
21.20
22.80
17.00 MIN
A1 CORNER
A1 CORNER I.D.
3X
0.50 R.
ENCAPSULATION
27.00
BSC
4X
.20
0.50
0.70
0.51
0.61
TOP SIDE
(DIE SIDE)
B
0.15 C
0.15 C
C
A
2.11
2.61
SIDE VIEW
SEATING PLANE
0.15 C
DETAIL A
SCALE:NONE
.30 S C A B
.10 S C
24.13 BSC
A1 CORNER
(DATUM A)
0.60
0.90
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
R
T
U
V
W
Y
0.635
BSC
(DATUM B)
ALIGNMENT MARK
0.75 SQ 3X
THERMAL BALLS
A1 CORNER I.D.
20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
0.635
BSC
BOTTOM VIEW
4.445
3X
24.13
BSC
1.27 BSC
ALL ROWS AND COLUMNS
16-038-BGA292-2_AB
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