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ARM-based Embedded MPUs SAMA5D3 Xplained USER GUIDE SAMA5D3X PLAINED Introduction This user guide introduces the

ARM-based Embedded MPUs

SAMA5D3 Xplained

USER GUIDE

SAMA5D3X PLAINED
SAMA5D3X PLAINED

Introduction

This user guide introduces the Atmel ® SAMA5D3 Xplained evaluation kit and describes the development and debugging capabilities for applications running on a SAMA5D36 ARM ® -based embedded microprocessor unit (eMPU).

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Scope

This guide provides details on the SAMA5D3 Xplained evaluation kit. It is made up of four main sections:

Section 1. describes the evaluation kit content and its main features.

Section 2. provides instructions to power up the SAMA5D3 Xplained board.

Section 3. provides an overview of the SAMA5D3 Xplained board.

Section 4. describes the SAMA5D3 Xplained board components.

Contents

Boards

One SAMA5D3 Xplained board

Cables

One micro-AB type USB cable

A welcome letter

Related Items

Series Datasheet  SAMA5D3 Xplained Getting Started SAMA5D3 Xplained User Guide [USER GUIDE]

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Table of Contents

1. Evaluation Kit Specifications

 

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1.1 Electrostatic Warning

 

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1.2 Power Supply Warning

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2. Power Up

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2.1 Power up the Board

 

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2.2 Sample Code and Technical Support

 

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3. Hardware Introduction

 

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3.1 Introduction .

 

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3.2 Equipment List

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3.3 Board

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4. Board Components

 

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4.1 Board

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4.2 Blocks.

Function

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4.3 Other Connector Details and PIO Usage Summary

 

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4.4 SAMA5D3 Xplained Board Schematics

 

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5. Revision History

 

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1.

Evaluation Kit Specifications

Table 1-1.

Evaluation Kit Specifications

Characteristic

Specifications

Temperature:

 

- Operating

0°C to +70°C

- Storage

-40°C to +85°C

Relative Humidity

0 to 90% (non-condensing)

RoHS status

Compliant

Ordering code

ATSAMA5D3-XPLD

1.1 Electrostatic Warning

Electrostatic sensitive device
Electrostatic
sensitive
device

Warning:

ESD-Sensitive Electronic Equipment!

The evaluation kit is shipped in a protective anti-static package. The board system must not be subject to high electrostatic potentials.

We strongly recommend using a grounding strap or similar ESD protective device when handling the board in hostile ESD environments (offices with synthetic carpet, for example). Avoid touching the component pins or any other metallic element on the board.

1.2 Power Supply Warning

metallic element on the board. 1.2 Power Supply Warning Warning: Hardware Power Supply Limitation Using a

Warning: Hardware Power Supply Limitation

Using a power adapter greater than 5Vcc (e.g. the 12Vcc power adapters from other kits such as Arduino kits) may damage the board.

Warning:Hardware Power Budget

Using the USB as the main power source (max. 500 mA) is acceptable only with the use of the on-board peripherals and low-power LCD extension.

When external peripheral or add-on boards need to be powered, we recommend the use of an external power adapter connected to a J2 DC Jack (can provide up to 1.2A on the 3.3V node).

to a J2 DC Jack (can provide up to 1.2A on the 3.3V node). SAMA5D3 Xplained

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2.

Power Up

Several power source options are available to power up the SAMA5D3 Xplained board.

The board can be:

USB-powered through the USB Micro-AB connector (J6 connector - default configuration)

Powered through an external AC-to-DC adapter connected via a 2.1 mm center-positive plug into the optional power jack of the board. The recommended output voltage range of the power adapter is 5V at 2A.

Powered through the Arduino shield.

Warning:

Unlike Arduino Uno boards, the SAMA5D3 Xplained board runs at 3.3V. The maximum voltage that the I/O pins can tolerate is 3.3V. Providing higher voltages (e.g. 5V) to an I/O pin could damage the board.

2.1 Power up the Board

Unpack the board, taking care to avoid electrostatic discharge. Simply connect the USB Micro-AB cable to the connector (J6).Then, connect the other end of the cable to a free USB port of your PC.

Table 2-1.

Electrical Characteristics

Electrical Parameter

Values

Input voltage

5 VCC

Maximum input voltage

6 VCC

Max DC 3.3V current available

1.2A

I/O Voltage

3.3V only

2.2 Sample Code and Technical Support

After booting up the board, you can run sample code or your own application on the board. You can download sample code and get technical support from the Atmel website.

Linux software and demos can be found on the website Linux4SAM.

software and demos can be found on the website Linux4SAM . SAMA5D3 Xplained User Guide [USER

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3.

Hardware Introduction

3.1 Introduction

The Atmel SAMA5D3 Xplained board is a fully-featured evaluation platform for Atmel SAMA5D3 series microcontrollers. It allows users to extensively evaluate, prototype and create application-specific designs.

3.2 Equipment List

The SAMA5D3 Xplained board is built around the integration of a Cortex®-A5-based microcontroller (BGA 324 package) with external memory, dual Ethernet physical layer transceiver, two SD/MMC interfaces, two host USB ports and one device USB port, one 24-bit RGB LCD interface and one debug interface.

Seven headers, compatible with Arduino R3, are available for various shield connections.

Arduino R3, are available for various shield connections. SAMA5D3 Xplained User Guide [USER GUIDE]

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3.3

Board features

Table 3-1.

Board Specifications

Characteristics

Specifications

PCB characteristics

125 x 75 x 20mm (10-layers)

Processor

SAMA5D36 (324-ball BGA package) ARM Cortex-A5 Processor with ARM v7-A Thumb2® instruction set, core frequency up to 536 MHz.

 

12-MHz crystal oscillator

Processor clock sources

32.768-kHz crystal oscillator

 

2x 1Gb DDR2 (16M x 16 bits x 8 banks)

Memory

1x 2Gb SLC NAND Flash (256M x 8 bits)

 

One Serial EEPROM SPI

Optional on-board memory

One 1-Wire EEPROM

 

One 8-bit SD card connector

SD/MMC

One optional 4-bit Micro-SD card connector

 

Two USB Hosts with power switch

USB

One Micro-AB USB device

Display interface

One LCD interface connector, LCD TFT Controller with overlay, alpha- blending, rotation, scaling and color space conversion

 

One Gigabit Ethernet PHY (GRMII 10/100/1000)

Ethernet

One Ethernet PHY (RMII 10/100)

 

One JTAG interface connector

Debug port

One serial DBGU interface (3.3V level)

 

Arduino R3 compatible set of headers

Expansion connectors

The SAMA5D36 GPIO,TWI, SPI, USART, UART, Audio and ISI interfaces are accessible through these headers.

 

5V from USB or power jack or Arduino shield

Board supply voltage

On-board power regulation is performed by a Power Management Unit (PMU)

Battery

On-board optional power Cap for CMOS backup

 

Reset, wakeup and free user pushbutton

User interface

One red user/power LED and one blue user LED

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4.

Board Components

4.1 Board Overview

The full-featured SAMA5D3 Xplained board integrates several peripherals and interface connectors, as shown in Figure

4-1.

Figure 4-1.

SAMA5D3 Xplained Board Overview

J18 PIO Expansion J20 PIO Expansion ATSAMA5D36 CU 1401 A XX XXXXXXXXXX ARM LCD Connector
J18 PIO Expansion
J20 PIO Expansion
ATSAMA5D36
CU
1401
A
XX XXXXXXXXXX ARM
LCD Connector ector
JTAG Interface

J15 PIO Expansion

Debug Interface

2Gb Nand Flash Memory

SPI Interface

J19 PIO Expansion

USB Host Interfaces

USB A Device Supply Input

1Gb DDR2 Memory

SAMA5D36

1Gb DDR2 Memory

Optional Supply Input

Voltages and Reset Interface

GigaBit Ethernet

Ethernet 10/100

Free User Push Button

A ADC Inputs and CAN Interfaces

System Buttons

ADC Inputs Expansion

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The SAMA5D3 Xplained board is equipped with the following interface connectors:

J2: Main power supply

J6: USB A device, that supports USB device using a Micro-AB connector

J7 (upper): USB B Host, that supports USB host using a type A connector

J7 (lower): USB C Host, that supports USB host using a type A connector

J23: Serial DBGU 3.3V level

J24: JTAG, 20-pin IDC connector

J11: Micro-SD connector

J10: SD/MMC connector

J12: Gigabit Ethernet ETH0

J13: Ethernet ETH1

J22: Expansion connector with all LCD controller signals for display module connection (QTouch ® , TFT LCD display with Touch Screen and backlight

C41: Optional SuperCap

J14 to J21: Seven expansion connectors with Arduino R3 compatible PIO signals

Various test points located throughout the board

4.2 Function Blocks

Figure 4-2.

Evaluation Kit Architecture

Push Reset Buttons Force PwrOn Single PMU 5V INPUT Solution 5V & 3V3 USB A,B,C
Push
Reset
Buttons
Force PwrOn
Single
PMU
5V INPUT
Solution
5V & 3V3
USB A,B,C
Power rails
ATMEL

Expansion Headers

SAMA5D36

CORTEX-A5 PROCESSOR

USER PIO LEDS
USER
PIO
LEDS
USB DEVICE USB Host x2
USB
DEVICE
USB
Host
x2
JTAG JTAG & DBGU DBGU
JTAG
JTAG & DBGU
DBGU
2Gb DDR2 SDRAM VBAT (Up to 4Gb) EBI 2Gb ANALOG Reference NAND FLASH (Up to
2Gb
DDR2
SDRAM
VBAT
(Up to 4Gb)
EBI
2Gb
ANALOG Reference
NAND
FLASH
(Up to 4Gb)
PIO A,
E
PIO A,
E
SERIAL
10/100/1000
10/100
LCD
SD
Micro SD
DATA
FAST ETHERNET
ETHERNET
Connector
CARD
CARD
FLASH
ETH0
ETH1
ETHERNET ETHERNET Connector CARD CARD FLASH ETH0 ETH1 SAMA5D3 Xplained User Guide [USER GUIDE]

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4.2.1

Processor

The SAMA5D3 Xplained board is built around the SAMA5D36, a Cortex-A5 application processor which combines high- performance computing device with low-power consumption and a wide range of communication peripherals. It features a combination of user interface functionalities and high data rate IOs, including LCD controller, touchscreen, camera interface, Gigabit and 10/100 Ethernet ports, high-speed USB and SDIO.

The ARM Cortex-A5 supports the latest generation of DDR2 and NAND Flash memory interfaces for program and data storage. An internal 166-MHz multi-layer bus architecture associated with 24 DMA channels and two 64-Kbyte SRAM blocks, sustains the high bandwidth required by the processor and the high-speed peripherals.

4.2.2 Clock Circuitry

The SAMA5D3 Xplained evaluation board features four clock sources:

Two clocks are alternatives for the SAMA5D3 series processor main clock

Two crystal oscillators are used for the GETH and Ethernet MII/RMII chip

Table 4-1.

Main Components Associated with the Clock Systems

Quantity

Description

Component Assignment

1

Crystal for internal clock, 12 MHz

Y1

1

Crystal for RTC clock, 32.768 kHz

Y2

1

Oscillator for ethernet clock RGMII, 25 MHz

Y3

1

Oscillator for ethernet clock RMII, 25 MHz

Y4

4.2.3 Power Supplies

The on-board power supply generation is based on the Active-Semi ® Power Management Unit (PMU) featuring a 3- channel (3.3V / 1.8V /1.2V or 1.0V) topology. For a maximum efficiency, these supply channels are generated by three integrated step-down converters.

In addition to these 3 DCDC channels, 4 LDO channels with low noise and high PSRR performance are available for the application. These channels are disabled at startup by default and can be turned on and adjusted under software control through an I²C link. They are also used to supply the 2.5V VDDFUSE and the 3.3V VDDANA power inputs of the processor.

The power supply sequencing of the three primary channels is controlled by the PMU itself in perfect compliance with the SAMAD3 requirements. The turn-on sequence is: 3.3V first, then 1.8V and finally 1.2V.

Table 4-2 summarizes the power specifications.

Table 4-2.

Supply Group Configuration

 

Nominal

Name

Power domains

Power source

3.0V

VDDBU

The slow clock oscillator, the internal 32K RC, the internal 12M RC and a part of the system controller

Optional on-board battery

3.3V

VDDIOP0

A part of peripheral I/O lines

 

3.3V

VDDIOP1

A part of peripheral I/O lines

3.3V

VDDUTMII

The three USB interfaces

3.3V

VDDOSC

The main oscillator cells

PMU

3.3V

VDDANA

The analog-to-digital converter

1.2V

VDDCORE

The core, including the processor, the embedded memories and the peripherals

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Table 4-2.

Supply Group Configuration (Continued)

Nominal

Name

Power domains

Power source

1.2V

VDDUTMIC

The USB UTMI + core

 

1.2V

VDDPLLA

The PLLA cell

1.8V

VDDIODDR

DDR2 interface I/O lines

PMU

1.8V

VDDIOM

NAND, NOR Flash and SMC interface I/O lines

3.0V to

     

3.3V

ADVREF

ADC reference voltage

J15 header

2.5V

VDDFUSE

Fuse box for programming

PMU

Note:

Figure 4-3.

Jumper footprints are available on board to measure power consumption on main power lines. By default, the jumpers are not implemented. They are short-circuited by a thin PCB wire. To use this functionality, open the short circuit and mount a 2-pin jumper.

Board Power Management Schematic

JP1JP1 DNP(JUMPER)DNP(JUMPER) VDDCORE AVDDL_PLL L1 L1 1 2 180ohm at 100MHz 180ohm at 100MHz AVDDL
JP1JP1 DNP(JUMPER)DNP(JUMPER)
VDDCORE
AVDDL_PLL
L1
L1
1
2
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
AVDDL
L2
L2
1
2
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
DVDDL
5V_MAIN
5V_MAIN
L3
L3
1
2
MN1MN1
ACT8865ACT8865
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
31
VP1
C1
C1
C2
C2
C3
C3
26
5
VP2
INL45
3V3
3V3
4.7uF
4.7uF
4.7uF
4.7uF
4.7uF
4.7uF
R4
R4
16
6
VP3
INL67
1R
1R
L4
L4
VDDPLLA
25
NC2
C4
C4
C5
C5
R5R5
2R22R2
1uF
1uF
1uF
1uF
JP2JP2 DNP(JUMPER)DNP(JUMPER)
10uH60mA
10uH60mA
23
VDDREF
C6
C6
C7
C7
R6
R6
R7
R7
R8
R8
VDDIODDR
4.7uF
4.7uF
1.5K 1%
1.5K 1%
1.5K 1%
1.5K 1%
10K
10K
1uF
1uF
L5L5
(1V8)
30
SW1
C9
C8
C8
C9
C10
C10
1
OUT1
[5,9,10,11] NRST
10uF
10uF
10uF
10uF
100nF
100nF
[7]
PC31
L6
L6
VDDUTMIC
11
nRST0
R10R10
2R22R2
12
R186R186
0R0R
nIRQ
[5]
WKUP
10uH60mA
10uH60mA
13
nPBSTAT
[7]
PE30
L7L7
(1V2)
C11
C11
20
27
R9R9
DNP(0R)DNP(0R)
VSEL
SW2
C13
C12
C12
C13
C14
C14
4.7uF
4.7uF
18
24
NC1
OUT2
R18R18
1K1K
R11R11
0R0R
10uF
10uF
10uF
10uF
100nF
100nF
10
[5]
SHDN
PWRHLD
JP3JP3 DNP(JUMPER)DNP(JUMPER)
17
PWREN
3V3
VDDIOP0
PC27
L9L9
(3V3)
L8
L8
21
15
1
2
[7]
TWCK_PMIC
SCL
SW3
PC26
C15
C15
C16
C16
C17
C17
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
22
19
[7]
TWD_PMIC
SDA
OUT3
10uF
10uF
10uF
10uF
100nF
100nF
FUSE_2V5
VDDIOP1
R14
R14
L10
L10
32
1
2
REFBP
50K
50K
C18
C18
(2V5)
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
3
Auto
OUT4
47nF
47nF
VDDANA
JP4JP4 DNP(JUMPER)DNP(JUMPER)
PWRON
(option)
(3V3)
VDDIOM
4
C20
C20
OUT5
L11
L11
1
2
100nF
100nF
R12
49.9K
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
9
nPBIN
R13R13
0R0R
TP1
TP1
C19
C19
7
OUT6
100nF
100nF
SMD
SMD
C25
C25
R16R16
0R0R
TP2
TP2
L12
L12
VDDOSC
8
Q1
Q1
R15
R15
OUT7
3
100nF
100nF
SMD
SMD
R17R17
2R22R2
0R
0R
C21
C21
C22
C22
C23
C23
C24
C24
10uH60mA
10uH60mA
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
2.2uF
C26
C26
4.7uF
4.7uF
1
IRLML2502
IRLML2502
R19
R19
2
C130
C130
10nF
10nF
100K 1%
100K 1%
BP2BP2
BP1BP1
WAKUP or
Force Power ON
RESET
BP1
BP2
2
GNDA
29
GNDP1
28
GNDP2
14
GNDP3
33
EXPAD
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
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4.2.3.1

Power Options

Several power options are available to configure the SAMA5D3 Xplained board powering scheme.

The power sources are selected by a set of 0R resistors.

The USB-powered operation is the default configuration. The power source is the USB device port (J6) connected to a PC or a mini-AB 5V DC supply. The USB supply is sufficient to power the board in most applications if USB host ports are not used. If USB host ports are used, it is recommended to use a DC supply source.

Schematic diagrams of various power options are illustrated in Figure 4-4.

Figure 4-4.

Input Powering Scheme Option Schematic

5V_MAIN R1R1 0R0R [5] Vbus R175R175 0R0R R2R2 DNP(0R)DNP(0R) [11] 5V_Ext R176R176 DNP(0R)DNP(0R) D4 D4
5V_MAIN
R1R1
0R0R
[5]
Vbus
R175R175
0R0R
R2R2
DNP(0R)DNP(0R)
[11]
5V_Ext
R176R176
DNP(0R)DNP(0R)
D4
D4
J2
J2
R3R3
3
DNP(0R)DNP(0R)
2
R177R177
P4SMAJ5.0A
P4SMAJ5.0A
1
DNP(0R)DNP(0R)
DNP(DC JACK)
DNP(DC JACK)
1
2

Note:

USB-powered operation is a good “single cable” solution because it combines powering and board control through a unique cable. Consequently, it eliminates the need for other wires and batteries. This power option is suitable for most projects that only require 5 volts at up to 500 mA.

4.2.3.2 Mains Power Adapter

A mains power supply adapter can be used to provide power to the board. A regulated 5V DC supply of typically 2A is

required but a current range of 3A is recommended if the USB ports and expansion headers are likely to be used. It

needs a 2.1 mm plug with a center-hot configuration.

If you are using the USB host ports or expansion board Arduino shields, a higher current is required. To supply the full 500 mA per port, a mains power adapter must be used.

4.2.3.3 VBAT

By default, VDDBU is delivered through the 3.3V node. An optional SuperCap (C41), used for real-time clock backup, is provided. The board does not come equipped with the SuperCap. When the SuperCap is not installed, an R185 must be installed. You must make sure that the R185 is removed prior to installing the SuperCap.

Figure 4-5.

is removed prior to installing the SuperCap. Figure 4-5. VBAT Powering Scheme Option Schematic 3V3 TP4
VBAT Powering Scheme Option Schematic 3V3 TP4 TP4 Place TP4 to Bottom SMD SMD R20R20
VBAT Powering Scheme Option Schematic
3V3
TP4
TP4
Place TP4 to Bottom
SMD
SMD
R20R20
100R100R
C27
C27
D1
D1
(Super)-Capacitor
10nF
10nF
Populate R185 if
no Super Cap (C41)
energy storage
3
VDDBU
BAT54CLT1
R185
R185
C28
C28
100nF
100nF
C41
C41
R21
R21
R22
R22
1.5K 1%
1.5K 1%
100K 1%
100K 1%
DNP(100K)
DNP(100K)
DNP(0.2F/3V3)
DNP(0.2F/3V3)
[11]
VBat
3V3
T9
JTAGSEL
TDI
R8
[11]
TDI
TDI
TMS
N10
R23
R23
[11]
TMS
TMS
TCK
P9
1.5K 1%
1.5K 1%
[11]
TCK
TCK
TDO
M11
[11]
TDO
TDO
NTRST
P11
[11]
NTRST
NTRST
[4,9,10,11]
NRST
NRST
V9
NRST
R25R25
10K10K
U15
TST
U9
BMS
1
2
V15
VDDBU

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4.2.4

Reset Circuitry

The reset sources for the SAMA5D3 Xplained board are:

Power-on reset from the Power Management Unit (PMU),

Reset Pushbutton BP2,

JTAG reset from an in-circuit emulator (through JTAG interface)

4.2.5 Memory Organization

The SAMA5D3x-series processor features a DDR2/SDRAM memory interface and an External Bus Interface (EBI) to interface with a wide range of external memories and to almost any kind of parallel peripherals.

The memory devices that equip the SAMA5D3 Xplained evaluation kit are as follows:

Two DDR2/SDRAM (MT47H64M16HR) used as main system memory (256 MByte). The board includes 2 Gbits of on-board soldered DDR2 (double data rate) SDRAM. The footprints can also host two DDR2 (MT47H128M16RT) from Micron ® for a total of 512 MBytes of DDR2 memory. The memory bus is 32 bits wide and operates with a frequency of up to 166 MHz (See Figure 4-6).

One NAND Flash (MT29F2G08ABAEAWP) connected to the processor. The default size is 256 MBytes. The footprint can also host a 4-Gbit Micron chip for a total of 512 MBytes of NAND Flash memory (See Figure 4-7).

Figure 4-6. DDR2 Schematic DDR_D[0 31] MN5 MN5 DDR_A[0 13] MN4 MN4 DDR_A0 DDR_D16 M8
Figure 4-6.
DDR2 Schematic
DDR_D[0 31]
MN5
MN5
DDR_A[0 13]
MN4
MN4
DDR_A0
DDR_D16
M8
G8
A0
DQ0
DDR_A0
DDR_D0
DDR_A1
DDR2 SDRAM
DDR2 SDRAM
DDR_D17
M8
G8
M3
G2
A0
DQ0
A1
DQ1
DDR_A1
DDR2 SDRAM
DDR2 SDRAM
DDR_D1
DDR_A2
DDR_D18
M3
G2
M7
MT47H64M16HR
MT47H64M16HR
H7
A1
DQ1
A2
DQ2
DDR_A2
DDR_D2
DDR_A3
DDR_D19
M7
MT47H64M16HR
MT47H64M16HR
H7
N2
H3
A2
DQ2
A3
DQ3
DDR_A3
DDR_D3
DDR_A4
DDR_D20
N2
H3
N8
H1
A3
DQ3
A4
DQ4
DDR_A4
DDR_D4
DDR_A5
DDR_D21
N8
H1
N3
H9
A4
DQ4
A5
DQ5
DDR_A5
DDR_D5
DDR_A6
DDR_D22
N3
H9
N7
F1
A5
DQ5
A6
DQ6
DDR_A6
DDR_D6
DDR_A7
DDR_D23
N7
F1
P2
F9
A6
DQ6
A7
DQ7
DDR_A7
DDR_D7
DDR_A8
DDR_D24
P2
F9
P8
C8
A7
DQ7
A8
DQ8
DDR_A8
DDR_D8
DDR_A9
DDR_D25
P8
C8
P3
C2
A8
DQ8
A9
DQ9
DDR_A9
DDR_D9
DDR_A10
DDR_D26
P3
C2
M2
D7
A9
DQ9
A10
DQ10
DDR_A10
DDR_D10
DDR_A11
DDR_D27
M2
D7
P7
D3
A10
DQ10
A11
DQ11
DDR_A11
DDR_D11
DDR_A12
DDR_D28
P7
D3
R2
D1
A11
DQ11
A12
DQ12
DDR_A12
DDR_D12
DDR_A13
DDR_D29
R2
D1
R8
D9
A12
DQ12
A13
DQ13
DDR_A13
DDR_D13
DDR_D30
R8
D9
B1
A13
DQ13
DQ14
DDR_D14
DDR_BA0
DDR_D31
B1
L2
B9
DQ14
BA0
DQ15
DDR_BA0
DDR_D15
DDR_BA1
L2
B9
L3
BA0
DQ15
BA1
VDDIODDR
DDR_BA1
DDR_BA2
L3
L1
BA1
BA2
VDDIODDR
VDDIODDR
DDR_BA2
L1
A1
BA2
VDD
C66C66 100nF100nF
R35R35
DNP(1K)DNP(1K)
VDDIODDR
A1
K9
E1
VDD
C67C67 100nF100nF
ODT
VDD
C68C68 100nF100nF
K9
E1
J9
R36
R36
DNP(1K)
DNP(1K)
ODT
VDD
C69C69 100nF100nF
VDD
C70C70 100nF100nF
J9
R37R37
0R0R
M9
VDD
C71C71 100nF100nF
VDD
C72C72 100nF100nF
M9
R1
R38
R38
0R
0R
VDD
C73C73 100nF100nF
VDD
C74C74 100nF100nF
DDR_CKE
R1
K2
VDD
C75C75 100nF100nF
CKE
DDR_CKE
K2
J1
CKE
VDDL
C76C76 100nF100nF
DDR_CLK
J1
J8
VDDL
C77C77 100nF100nF
CK
DDR_CLK
DDR_CLKN
J8
K8
A9
CK
CK
VDDQ
C78C78 100nF100nF
DDR_CLKN
K8
A9
C1
CK
VDDQ
C79C79 100nF100nF
VDDQ
C80C80 100nF100nF
C1
C3
VDDQ
C81C81 100nF100nF
VDDQ
C82C82 100nF100nF
DDR_CS
C3
L8
C7
VDDQ
C83C83 100nF100nF
CS
VDDQ
C84C84 100nF100nF
DDR_CS
L8
C7
C9
CS
VDDQ
C85C85 100nF100nF
VDDQ
C86C86 100nF100nF
C9
E9
VDDQ
C87C87 100nF100nF
VDDQ
C88C88 100nF100nF
DDR_CAS
E9
L7
G1
VDDQ
C89C89 100nF100nF
CAS
VDDQ
C90C90 100nF100nF
DDR_CAS
DDR_RAS
L7
G1
K7
G3
CAS
VDDQ
C91C91 100nF100nF
RAS
VDDQ
C92C92 100nF100nF
DDR_RAS
K7
G3
G7
RAS
VDDQ
C93C93 100nF100nF
VDDQ
C94C94 100nF100nF
DDR_WE
G7
K3
G9
VDDQ
C95C95 100nF100nF
WE
VDDQ
C96C96 100nF100nF
DDR_WE
K3
G9
WE
VDDQ
C97C97 100nF100nF
DDR_VREF
J2
VREF
DDR_VREF
DDR_DQS3
J2
B7
VREF
UDQS
DDR_DQS1
R39R39
4.7K4.7K
B7
A8
A3
UDQS
UDQS
VSS
R40R40
4.7K4.7K
C98
C98
A8
A3
E3
UDQS
VSS
VSS
C100
C100
100nF
100nF
E3
J3
VSS
VSS
100nF
100nF
DDR_DQS2
J3
F7
N1
VSS
LDQS
VSS
DDR_DQS0
R41R41
4.7K4.7K
F7
N1
E8
P9
LDQS
VSS
LDQS
VSS
R42R42
4.7K4.7K
E8
P9
LDQS
VSS
A7
VSSQ
DDR_DQM3
A7
B3
B2
VSSQ
UDM
VSSQ
DDR_DQM1
DDR_DQM2
B3
B2
F3
B8
UDM
VSSQ
LDM
VSSQ
DDR_DQM0
F3
B8
D2
LDM
VSSQ
VSSQ
D2
D8
VSSQ
VSSQ
D8
E7
VSSQ
VSSQ
E7
A2
F2
VSSQ
RFU1
VSSQ
A2
F2
E2
F8
RFU1
VSSQ
RFU2
VSSQ
E2
F8
R3
H2
RFU2
VSSQ
RFU3
VSSQ
R3
H2
VDDIODDR
R7
H8
RFU3
VSSQ
RFU4
VSSQ
R7
H8
L16
L16
J7
RFU4
VSSQ
VSSDL
J7
VSSDL
10uH60mA
10uH60mA
TP3
TP3
C101
C101
R45
R45
R46
R46
SMD
SMD
4.7uF
4.7uF
C102
C102
1R
1R
1.5K 1%
1.5K 1%
100nF
100nF
DDR_VREF
C103
C103
C104
C104
R47
R47
4.7uF
4.7uF
100nF
100nF
1.5K 1%
1.5K 1%
C104 R47 R47 4.7uF 4.7uF 100nF 100nF 1.5K 1% 1.5K 1% SAMA5D3 Xplained User Guide [USER

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Figure 4-7.

NAND Flash Schematic

VDDIOM

MN6

MN6

 
R49 R49 100K 1% 100K 1% R50 R50 100K 1% 100K 1%

R49

R49

100K 1%

100K 1%

R50

R50

100K 1%

100K 1%

 

MT29F2G08ABAEAWP

MT29F2G08ABAEAWP

 

PE22

(NANDCLE)

16

CLE

ALE

RE

I/O0

I/O1

I/O2

29

M_EBI_D0

 

PE21

(NANDALE)

17

30

M_EBI_D1

R48

R48

NRD

8

31

M_EBI_D2

100K 1%

100K 1%

NWE

18

32

M_EBI_D3

 

(NANDCE)

9

WE

CE

I/O3

I/O4

41

42

M_EBI_D4

M_EBI_D5

NANDRDY

NANDRDY
     

7

R/B

WP

N.C1R/B WP N.C2 N.C3 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7 I/O8_N.C I/O9_N.C I/O10_N.C I/O11_N.C I/O12_N.C

N.C2R/B WP N.C1 N.C3 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7 I/O8_N.C I/O9_N.C I/O10_N.C I/O11_N.C I/O12_N.C

N.C3R/B WP N.C1 N.C2 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7 I/O8_N.C I/O9_N.C I/O10_N.C I/O11_N.C I/O12_N.C

I/O5

I/O6

I/O7

I/O8_N.C

I/O9_N.C

I/O10_N.C

I/O11_N.C

I/O12_N.C

43

M_EBI_D6

     

44

M_EBI_D7

 

19

26

26
 
   

1

27

27

2

28

28

3

33

33
 

JP5

JP5

4

40

40
 

NCS3

N.C41 2 5 6 N.C5 10 N.C6 N.C7 JUMPER JUMPER 11 N.C8 14

1

2

5

6N.C4 1 2 5 N.C5 10 N.C6 N.C7 JUMPER JUMPER 11 N.C8 14

N.C5N.C4 1 2 5 6 10 N.C6 N.C7 JUMPER JUMPER 11 N.C8 14

10N.C4 1 2 5 6 N.C5 N.C6 N.C7 JUMPER JUMPER 11 N.C8 14

N.C6N.C4 1 2 5 6 N.C5 10 N.C7 JUMPER JUMPER 11 N.C8 14

N.C7N.C4 1 2 5 6 N.C5 10 N.C6 JUMPER JUMPER 11 N.C8 14

JUMPER

JUMPER

11

N.C8N.C4 1 2 5 6 N.C5 10 N.C6 N.C7 JUMPER JUMPER 11 14

14

I/O13_N.C

I/O14_N.C

I/O15_N.C

VCC

45

46

47

12

37

45 46 47 12 37 VDDIOM
45 46 47 12 37 VDDIOM
45 46 47 12 37 VDDIOM

VDDIOM

 
 

N.C915

15

VCC

VCC_N.C

N.C10VCC VCC_N.C N.C11 N.C12 N.C13 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3

N.C11VCC VCC_N.C N.C10 N.C12 N.C13 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3

N.C12VCC VCC_N.C N.C10 N.C11 N.C13 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3

N.C13VCC VCC_N.C N.C10 N.C11 N.C12 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3

VSS

VSSVCC VCC_N.C N.C10 N.C11 N.C12 N.C13 VSS VSS_N.C VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3

VSS_N.CVCC VCC_N.C N.C10 N.C11 N.C12 N.C13 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3

VSS_N.CVCC VCC_N.C N.C10 N.C11 N.C12 N.C13 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3

VCC_N.C

N.C14VCC VCC_N.C N.C10 N.C11 N.C12 N.C13 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VSS_N.C VCC_N.C DNU1 DNU2 DNU3

DNU1

DNU2

DNU3

34

N.C10 N.C11 N.C12 N.C13 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3 34  
N.C10 N.C11 N.C12 N.C13 VSS VSS VSS_N.C VSS_N.C VCC_N.C N.C14 DNU1 DNU2 DNU3 34  
 

20

39

20 39

23

   

C105

C105

C106

C106

24

 

100nF

100nF

100nF

100nF

35

13

 

21

36

 

22

25

22 25    
   

38

48

   

The following memory part numbers are recommended:

Table 4-3.

Recommended Memories

Part Number

Supplier

 

Size

Type

MT47H128M16

Micron

2

Gb (16 M x 16 x 8 banks)

DDR2 - BGA

MT47H128M32

Micron

4

Gb (32 M x 16 x 8 banks)

DDR2 - BGA

MT29F2G08

Micron

2

Gb

NAND Flash - TSOP

MT29F4G08

Micron

4

Gb

NAND Flash - TSOP

4.2.6 SD/MMC Interface

The SAMA5D3 Xplained board features two high-speed Multimedia Card Interfaces (MCI).

The first interface is used as an 8-bit interface (MCI0), connected to a SD/MMC card slot (J10) located on the bottom side of the PCB.

The second interface is used as a 4-bit interface (MCI1), connected to an optional Micro-SD card connector (J11) located on the top side of the PCB.

The MCI0 SD card power line is enabled by default. It is PIO-controlled through a MOSFET transistor.

Note:

The power source is VCC (3.3 volts).

4.2.6.1 J10 SD Card Slot

When a card is inserted into the SD/MMC connector, the Card Detect pin (PE0) is tied to ground.

Figure 4-8.

J10 SD Card Schematic

VDD_MCI0 VDDIOP1 Q3 Q3 IRLML6402 IRLML6402 3 2 VDDIOP1 R53 R53 100K 1% 100K 1%
VDD_MCI0
VDDIOP1
Q3
Q3
IRLML6402
IRLML6402
3
2
VDDIOP1
R53
R53
100K 1%
100K 1%
PE2 [7]
VDDIOM
R55
R55
C108
C108
C109
C109
10uF
10uF
100nF
100nF
DNP(4.7K)
DNP(4.7K)
R56
R56
10K
10K
(MCI0_CD)
[7]
PE0
J10
J10
16
(MCI0_DA1)
8
15
[7]
PD2
(MCI0_DA0)
R57R57 0R0R
7
14
[7]
PD1
6
(MCI0_CK)
R182R182
22R22R
(MCI0_WP)
5
[7]
PD9
4
3
13
12
[7]
PD0
(MCI0_CDA)
2
(MCI0_DA3)
1
11
[7]
PD4
(MCI0_DA2)
9
10
[7]
PD3
7SDMM-B0-2211
7SDMM-B0-2211
[7]
PD5
(MCI0_DA5)
[7]
PD6
[7]
PD7
(MCI0_DA4)
(MCI0_DA6)
(MCI0_DA7)
[7]
PD8
R12168K
R12168K
R12268K
R12268K
R12368K
R12368K
R12468K
R12468K
R12568K
R12568K
R12668K
R12668K
R12768K
R12768K
R12868K
R12868K
R5410K
R5410K
1
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4.2.6.2

J11 SD Card Slot (optional)

When a card is inserted into the Micro SD connector, the Card Detect pin is tied to ground. This is detected on pin PE1 of the main processor.

Figure 4-9.

J11 Micro SD Card Schematic

VDDIOP1

VDDIOM R59 R59 10K 10K J11 J11 (MCI1_DA0) 7 [7] PB20 DAT0 (MCI1_DA1) 8 [7]
VDDIOM
R59
R59
10K
10K
J11
J11
(MCI1_DA0)
7
[7]
PB20
DAT0
(MCI1_DA1)
8
[7]
PB21
DAT1
(MCI1_DA2)
1
[7]
PB22
DAT2
(MCI1_DA3)
2
[7]
PB23
DAT3
(MCI1_CDA)
3
[7]
PB19
CMD
(MCI1_CK)
R183R183
22R22R
5
11
[7]
PB24
CLK
PGND
12
PGND
13
PGND
4
14
VDD
NC
6
15
VSS
NC
(MCI1_CD)
9
[7]
PE1
CD
10
PGND
C110
C110
C111
C111
DNP(MCTF-0403)
DNP(MCTF-0403)
10uF
10uF
100nF
100nF
R13068K
R13068K
R13168K
R13168K
R13268K
R13268K
R12968K
R12968K
R5810K
R5810K
R112DNP(68K)
R112DNP(68K)

4.2.7 Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)

Micro SD CARD INTERFACE - MCI1

The SAMA5D3X-series processor features two high-speed Serial Peripheral Interfaces. One port is used to interface with the optional on-board serial DataFlash®.

There are four main signals used in the SPI interface; Clock, Data In, Data Out, and Chip Select.

Figure 4-10.

Clock, Data In, Data Out, and Chip Select. Figure 4-10. Optional Serial DataFlash Schematic VDDIOP1 R52

Optional Serial DataFlash Schematic

VDDIOP1

R52

R52

100K 1%

100K 1%

   

MN8

MN8

PD11

(SPI0_MOSI)

   

5

DQO

DQ1

VCC

8

PD11 (SPI0_MOSI)     5 DQO DQ1 VCC 8  
PD11 (SPI0_MOSI)     5 DQO DQ1 VCC 8  
 

PD10

(SPI0_MIS0)

 

2

   

PD12

(SPI0_SPCK)

   

6

 
PD12 (SPI0_SPCK)     6    
 
   

C

S

W/Vpp/DQ2

HOLD/DQ3

GND

3

    C S W/Vpp/DQ2 HOLD/DQ3 GND 3    
   
 

(SPI0_CS)

7

PD13

2

 
PD13 2     1 4
 

1

4

PD13 2     1 4
 

1

       
   
      DNP(N25Q032A13ESE40F) DNP(N25Q032A13ESE40F)  
      DNP(N25Q032A13ESE40F) DNP(N25Q032A13ESE40F)  
 

DNP(N25Q032A13ESE40F)

DNP(N25Q032A13ESE40F)

 

VDDIOP1

C107

C107

100nF

100nF

JP6

JP6

JUMPER

JUMPER

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4.2.8

Optional 1-Wire EEPROM

The SAMA5D3 Xplained board can use a 1-Wire device as “soft label” to store data such as chip type, manufacturer’s name, production date, etc.

Figure 4-11.

Optional One-Wire EEPROM Schematic

VDDIOM

R51 R51 1.5K 1.5K MN11 MN11 PE23 1 IO 3 GND 2 NC DNP(DS28E05) DNP(DS28E05)
R51
R51
1.5K
1.5K
MN11
MN11
PE23
1
IO
3
GND
2
NC
DNP(DS28E05)
DNP(DS28E05)
MN7
MN7
3
NC1
2
4
IO
NC2
5
NC3
6
NC4
DNP(DS2431)
DNP(DS2431)
1
GND

4.2.9 10/100/100 Ethernet Port

The SAMA5D3 Xplained board features a MICREL PHY device (KSZ9031RN) operating at 10/100/1000 Mb/s. The board supports the RGMII interface mode. The Ethernet interface consists of four pairs of low-voltage differential pair signals designated from GRX± and GTX± plus control signals for link activity indicators. These signals are routed to the 10/100/1000 BaseT RJ45 connector (J12).

For monitoring and control purposes, LEDs are integrated in the RJ45 connectors to indicate activity, link, and speed status information for the corresponding ports.

For more information about the Ethernet controller device, refer to the MICREL KSZ9031RN datasheet.

Figure 4-12.

Gigabit Ethernet Schematic

10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000BASE-T C112 C112 20pF 20pF XI AVDDL_PLL Y3 Y3 NRST 25MHz 25MHz + + C113
10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000BASE-T
C112
C112
20pF
20pF
XI
AVDDL_PLL
Y3
Y3
NRST
25MHz
25MHz
+
+ C113
C113
C114
C114
C115
C115
R60R60
4.7K4.7K
VDDIOP1
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10uF
10uF
R61R61
1K1K
C116
C116
20pF
20pF
XO
VDDIOP1
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
AVDDH
R62R62
22R22R
G125CK
PB18
L17
L17
INT_GETHR
PB10
1
2
GMDIO
PB17
+
+
C117
C117
C118
C118
C119
C119
C120
C120
VDDIOP1
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10uF
10uF
R63R63
12.1K12.1K 1%1%
VDDIOP1
C121
C121
C122
C122
C123
C123
+
+ C126
C126
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10uF
10uF
AVDDL
MN10
MN10
J12
J12
KSZ9031RN
KSZ9031RN
VDDIOP1
+
+
C127
C127
C128
C128
C129
C129
ETH0_A+
1
11
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
TD1+
GRLA
10uF
10uF
R64
R64
R65
R65
R66
R66
R67
R67
ETH0_A-
ETH0_LED2
LINK
2
12
TD1-
GRLC
ETH0_B+
3
Left Green LED
TD2+
4.7K 4.7K 4.7K 4.7K
4.7K 4.7K 4.7K 4.7K
ETH0_B-
4
TD2-
GMDC
PB16
1
36
ETH0_C+
ETH0_LED1
ACT
7
13
AVDDH
MDC
TD3+
YELC
ETH0_A+
R68R68
22R22R
GRXCK
PB11
2
35
ETH0_C-
8
14
TXRXP_A
RX_CLK
TD3-
YELA
ETH0_A-
3
34
ETH0_D+
9
TXRXM_A
DVDDH
Right Yellow LED
TD4+
4
33
GRX_CTL
PB13
ETH0_D-
10
AVDDL
RX_DV
TD4-
ETH0_B+
GRX0
PB4
5
32
TXRXP_B
KSZ9031RNI
KSZ9031RNI
RXD0
ETH0_B-
GRX1
PB5
6
31
15
TXRXM_B
RXD1
GND
ETH0_C+
7
30
AVDDH
5
16
TXRXP_C
DVDDL
TCT
GND
ETH0_C-
8
48-pin QFN
48-pin QFN
29
R111R111
DNP(0R)DNP(0R)
6
17
TXRXM_C
VSS
RCT
GND
GRX2
PB6
9
28
18
10 AVDDL
RXD2
GND
ETH0_D+
GRX3
PB7
27
C125
C125
C124
C124
11 TXRXP_D
RXD3
ETH0_D-
26
100nF
100nF
12 TXRXM_D
DVDDL
GTX_CTL
PB9
25
DNP(10uF 0805)
DNP(10uF 0805)
48F-01GY2DPL2NL
48F-01GY2DPL2NL
AVDDH
TX_EN
EARTH_ETH0
ETH0_GND
VDDIOP1
DVDDL
+
R69
R69
+ C132
C132
C133
C133
C134
C134
C135
C135
C136
C136
C137
C137
C138
C138
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10nF
10uF
10uF
R70R70
22R22R
GTXCK
PB8
4.7K
4.7K
GTX3
PB3
GTX2
PB2
L18
L18
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
GTX1
PB1
R73R73
0R0R
ETH0_LED2
GTX0
PB0
1
2
ETH0_LED1
ETH0_GND
EARTH_ETH0
23
4
1
R71470R
R71470R
R72470R
R72470R
49
P_GND
13
VSS_PS
14
48
DVDDL
ISET
15
47
LED2
AVDDH
XI
16
46
DVDDH
XI
XO
17
45
LED1
XO
18
44
DVDDL
AVDDL_PLL
19
43
TXD0
LDO_O
20
42
TXD1
RESET_N
21
41
TXD2
CLK125_NDO
22
40
TXD3
DVDDH
23
39
DVDDL
DVDDL
24
38
GTX_CLK
INT_N
37
MDIO
23 39 DVDDL DVDDL 24 38 GTX_CLK INT_N 37 MDIO SAMA5D3 Xplained User Guide [USER GUIDE]

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4.2.10

Ethernet 10/100 Port

The SAMA5D3 Xplained board features a MICREL PHY device (KSZ8081RNB) operating at 10/100 Mb/s. The board supports RMII interface modes. The Ethernet interface consists of two pairs of low-voltage differential pair signals designated from GRX± and GTX± plus control signals for link activity indicators. These signals are routed to the 10/100 BaseT RJ45 connector (J13).

For monitoring and control purposes, a LED functionality is added on the RJ45 connectors to indicate activity, link, and speed status information for the corresponding ports.

For more information about the Ethernet controller device, refer to the MICREL KSZ8081RNB controller manufacturer's datasheet.

Figure 4-13.

RMII Ethernet Schematic

13F-64GYD2PL2NL 13F-64GYD2PL2NL J13 J13 1 1 TX+ TX+ TD+ TD+ TX+ 1 CT CT 4
13F-64GYD2PL2NL
13F-64GYD2PL2NL
J13
J13
1 1
TX+
TX+
TD+
TD+
TX+
1
CT
CT
4
2 2
TX- TX-
TD- TD-
TX-
2
3 3
RX+
RX+
RD+
RD+
RX+
3
CT
CT
5
6 6
RX- RX-
RD- RD-
RX-
6
C139
C139
C140
C140
100nF
100nF
100nF
100nF
75 75
75 75
75 75
4 4
NC
NC
7
5 5
GND_ETH1
1nF
1nF
75 75
7 7
13
8
14
8 8
EARTH_ETH1
15
EARTH_ETH1
Right yellow LED
Right yellow LED
Left Green LED
Left Green LED
16
VDDIOP0
ETH1_LED1
ACT
R79R79
470R470R
ETH1_LED0
LINK
R80R80
470R470R
12
11
10
9
VDDIOP0 + + C148 C148 10uF 10uF R81R81 0R0R L20 L20 1 2 180ohm at
VDDIOP0
+ + C148
C148
10uF
10uF
R81R81
0R0R
L20
L20
1
2
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
GND_ETH1
EARTH_ETH1

4.2.11 Indicators

VDDIOP1

R74

R74

VDDIOP0 R75 R75 1K 1K 10K 10K R113 R113 10K 10K R114 R114 10K 10K
VDDIOP0
R75
R75
1K
1K
10K
10K R113
R113
10K
10K R114
R114
10K
10K R115
R115

10Base-T/100Base-TX

 

TX+

TX-

RX+

7

6

5

TXP

TXM

RXP

MN9

MN9

RXC/B-CAST_OFF

TXD1

TXD0

TXEN

RXD3/PHYAD0

RXD2/PHYAD1

RXD1/PHYAD2

RXD0/DUPLEX

RXDV/CONFIG2

RXER/ISO

CRS/CONFIG1

19

25

24

23

13

14

15

16

18

20

29

28

1K

1K

RXDV/CONFIG2 RXER/ISO CRS/CONFIG1 19 25 24 23 13 14 15 16 18 20 29 28 1K
 
RXDV/CONFIG2 RXER/ISO CRS/CONFIG1 19 25 24 23 13 14 15 16 18 20 29 28 1K

RX-

4

RXM

COL/CONFIG0

           
       

2

VDD_1V2

MDC

MDIO

12

11

        2 VDD_1V2 MDC MDIO 12 11        
 
        2 VDD_1V2 MDC MDIO 12 11        
     
        2 VDD_1V2 MDC MDIO 12 11        
   

1

 

INTRP/NAND

21

         
    1   INTRP/NAND 21          

VDDIOP0

C141 C141 2.2uF 2.2uF C142 C142 100nF 100nF 6.49k/1%6.49k/1% R76R76
C141
C141
2.2uF
2.2uF
C142
C142
100nF
100nF
6.49k/1%6.49k/1%
R76R76

33

22

26

27

10

GND

PADDLE

TXC

TXD2

TXD3

REXT

VDDA_3V3

E1_AVDDT

3

E1_AVDDT 3 C143 C143 100nF 100nF
E1_AVDDT 3 C143 C143 100nF 100nF

C143

C143

100nF

100nF

E1_AVDDT 3 C143 C143 100nF 100nF
L19 L19 1 + + C144 C144 10uF 10uF
L19
L19
1
+
+
C144
C144
10uF
10uF

VDDIOP0

2

180ohm at 100MHz

180ohm at 100MHz

L19 L19 1 + + C144 C144 10uF 10uF VDDIOP0 2 180ohm at 100MHz 180ohm at
10K 10K R116 R116 10K 10K R117 R117 10K 10K R118 R118 10K 10K R119
10K
10K R116
R116
10K
10K R117
R117
10K
10K R118
R118
10K
10K R119
R119
10K
10K R120
R120
 

R77

R77

10K

10K

R78 R78 10K 10K
R78
R78
10K
10K
 

ETH1_XO

ETH1_XI

8

9

XO

17

R77 R77 10K 10K R78 R78 10K 10K   ETH1_XO ETH1_XI 8 9 XO 17  
R77 R77 10K 10K R78 R78 10K 10K   ETH1_XO ETH1_XI 8 9 XO 17  
 
 

XI

VDDIO

 
  XI VDDIO    
 

ETH1_LED0

ETH1_LED1

ETH1_LED0 ETH1_LED1   30 31 LED0/NWAYEN LED1/SPEED   C145 C145 100nF 100nF + + C146 C146
 

30

31

LED0/NWAYEN

LED1/SPEED

 

C145

C145

100nF

100nF

C145 C145 100nF 100nF

+

+

C146

C146

10uF

10uF

   

RESET

32

NRST

[4,5,9,11]

 

KSZ8081RNB

KSZ8081RNB

C147 C147 20pF 20pF ETH1_XI Y4 Y4 25MHz 25MHz C149 C149 ETH1_XO 20pF 20pF 23
C147
C147
20pF
20pF
ETH1_XI
Y4
Y4
25MHz
25MHz
C149
C149
ETH1_XO
20pF
20pF
23
4
1

ETH1_PC7

ETH1_PC1

ETH1_PC0

ETH1_PC4

ETH1_PC3

ETH1_PC2

ETH1_PC5

ETH1_PC6

ETH1_PC8

ETH1_PC9

PB12 [7]

[7]

[7]

[7]

[7]

[7]

[7]

[7]

[7]

[7]

[7]

Two LEDs are available on the SAMA5D3 Xplained board. Both can be software-controlled by the user.

The red LED indicates that power is applied to the board (by default). It can be controlled via software.

The blue LED is mainly controlled by one GPIO line.

Figure 4-14.

blue LED is mainly controlled by one GPIO line. Figure 4-14. LED Indicators Schematic [4,7,8,11] PE[0

LED Indicators Schematic

[4,7,8,11]

PE[0

31]

3V3 R32 R32 D2 D2 470R 470R PE23 BLUE BLUE PE24 R33R33 100K100K 1%1% 1
3V3
R32
R32
D2
D2
470R
470R
PE23
BLUE
BLUE
PE24
R33R33
100K100K 1%1%
1
D3
D3
R34
R34
470R
470R
2
3
Q2
Q2
RED
RED
IRLML2502
IRLML2502

LED

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4.2.12

USB

The SAMA5D3 Xplained board features three USB communication ports:

Port A: High-speed (EHCI) and full-speed (OHCI) host multiplexed with high-speed USB device Micro-AB connector (J6)

Port B: High-speed (EHCI) and full-speed (OHCI) host, standard type A connector (J7 upper port)

Port C: Full-speed OHCI host, standard type A connector (J7 lower port)

The two USB host ports are equipped with 500-mA high-side power switch for self-powered and bus-powered applications.

The USB device port A (J6) features a VBUS insert detection function through the ladder-type resistors R26 and R27.

Figure 4-15.

USB Interface Schematic

(VBUS_SENSE) R26R26 100K100K 1%1% 12MHz [7,11] PE9 VDDOSC C5C511 20p20pFF V8 XOUT R27 R27 MN2H
(VBUS_SENSE)
R26R26
100K100K 1%1%
12MHz
[7,11]
PE9
VDDOSC
C5C511
20p20pFF
V8
XOUT
R27
R27
MN2H
MN2H
200K
200K
VDDUTMII
SAMA5D3x_BGA324
SAMA5D3x_BGA324
C5C533
20p20pFF
U16
XIN32
VDDPLLA
[4]
Vbus
32.768K
YY22
USB A DEVICE INTERFACE
V16
XOUT32
J6
J6
C5C566
2020pFpF
U6
DIBN
UBAF-1015P
UBAF-1015P
V6
DIBP
VDDUTMIC
1
VBUS
VBUS
HHSDMA
2
V10
DM
DM
HHSDMA
HHSDPA
8
3
U10
DP DP
HHSDPA
4
ID ID
HHSDMB
5
V12
GND
GND
HHSDMB
VDDANA
HHSDPB
U12
HHSDPB
HHSDMC
V14
HHSDMC
HHSDPC
U14
HHSDPC
ADVREF
EARTH_USB_A
R11
VBG
L21L21
180ohm180ohm atat 100MHz100MHz
1
2
R30
R30
C60
C60
5.62K 1%
5.62K 1%
10pF
10pF
EARTH_USB_A
R31R31
0R0R
GNDUTMI
MN3
MN3
GNDUTMI
J7
J7
5V_USBC
L13
L13
EN5V_USBC
1
2
8
1
PE4 [7]
OUTA
ENA
J7_USB_A_Up
Dual USB A
Dual USB A
J7_USB_B_Down
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
5V_MAIN
C61
C61
C62
C62
OVCUR_USB
7
2
PE5 [7]
IN
FLGA
100nF
100nF
5V_USBB
5V_USBC
10uF
10uF
C63
C63
5
1
100nF
100nF
HHSDMB
HHSDMC
6
2
HHSDPB
HHSDPC
7
3
6
3
GNG
FLGB
8
4
5V_USBB
L14
L14
EN5V_USBB
1
2
5
4
PE3 [7]
OUTB
ENB
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
9
10
1112
L15
L15
C64
C64
C65
C65
1
2
SP2526A-2E
SP2526A-2E
100nF
100nF
180ohm at 100MHz
180ohm at 100MHz
10uF
10uF
EARTH_USB
EARTH_USB
76
2
3
3
1
4
4
T13
GNDBU
P10
GNDPLL
T11
GNDOSC
P4
GNDFUSE
A16
GNDCORE_1
C9
GNDCORE_2
N13
GNDCORE_3
T8
GNDCORE_4
T14
GNDCORE_5
V17
GNDCORE_6
E14
GNDIODDR_1
F10
GNDIODDR_2
F13
GNDIODDR_3
F15
GNDIODDR_4
H14
GNDIODDR_5
J7
GNDIOP_1
N11
GNDIOP_2
U7
GNDIOP_3
E5
GNDIOP_4
J11
GNDIOM_1
T17
GNDIOM_2
R12
GNDUTMI_1
L4
GNDANA

4.2.13 Pushbutton Switches

The following pushbuttons switches are available:

One board reset button (BP2). When pressed and released, this pushbutton causes a power-on reset of the whole board.

One wakeup pushbutton that brings the processor out of Low-power mode (BP1)

One user pushbutton (BP3)

out of Low-power mode (BP1)  One user pushbutton (BP3) SAMA5D3 Xplained User Guide [USER GUIDE]

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Figure 4-16.

Pushbutton Schematic

[7,11]Figure 4-16. Pushbutton Schematic PE29 TP5 TP5 SMD SMD BP3BP3 Place TP5 to Bottom USER BUTTON

PE29

TP5 TP5 SMD SMD BP3BP3 Place TP5 to Bottom USER BUTTON
TP5
TP5
SMD
SMD
BP3BP3
Place TP5 to Bottom
USER BUTTON

4.2.14

LCD

The SAMA5D36 processor drives 24 bits of data and control signals to the LCD interface. Other signals are used to control the LCD and are also routed to the J22 connector: TWI, SPI, 2 GPIOs for interrupt, ID for 1-Wire EEPROM (ID_SYS) and power supply lines.

4.2.14.1 LCD Connector

One 1.27 mm pitch 50-pin header is provided to gain access to the LCD signals.

Figure 4-17.

LCD Expansion Header Interface Schematic