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TE0701 TRM
Sven-Ole Voigt, Ali Naseri
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Table of Contents
Overview _____________________________________________________________________________ 3
Main Components ____________________________________________________________________ 3
Key Features ________________________________________________________________________ 4
Interfaces and Pins _____________________________________________________________________ 5
Board to Board (B2B) I/O's _____________________________________________________________ 5
Micro SD Card Socket _________________________________________________________________ 5
Dual channel USB to UART/FIFO ________________________________________________________ 5
USB Interface _______________________________________________________________________ 5
JTAG Interface ______________________________________________________________________ 5
LED's ______________________________________________________________________________ 6
4-bit DIP-switch ______________________________________________________________________ 6
User-Push-Buttons ___________________________________________________________________ 6
Ethernet ____________________________________________________________________________ 7
Pmod Slots _________________________________________________________________________ 7
Power _______________________________________________________________________________ 8
Power Supply _______________________________________________________________________ 8
TE0701 jumper and DIP switch overview __________________________________________________ 8
Configuring VCCIO-Voltage ____________________________________________________________ 8
Configuring 12V Power Supply Pin on the CameraLink Connector ______________________________ 9
Configuring Power Supply of the Micro USB Connector (Device, Host or OTG Modes) ______________ 10
Power On Reset (POR) _______________________________________________________________ 10
Technical Specifications ________________________________________________________________ 12
Absolute Maximum Ratings ____________________________________________________________ 12
Recommended Operating Conditions ____________________________________________________ 12
Physical Dimensions _________________________________________________________________ 12
Operating Temperature Ranges ________________________________________________________ 13
Weight ____________________________________________________________________________ 13
Document Change History ______________________________________________________________ 14
Hardware Revision History ____________________________________________________________ 14
Disclaimer ___________________________________________________________________________ 15
Document Warranty __________________________________________________________________ 15
Limitation of Liability _________________________________________________________________ 15
Copyright Notice ____________________________________________________________________ 15
Technology Licenses _________________________________________________________________ 15
Environmental protection ______________________________________________________________ 15
REACH ___________________________________________________________________________ 16
RoHS _____________________________________________________________________________ 16
WEEE ____________________________________________________________________________ 16
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Online version of this manual and other related documents can be found at https://wiki.trenz-electronic.de
The Trenz Electronic TE0701 Carrier Board is a base-board for 4x5 SoMs, which exposes the MIO- and the
PS/PL-pins of the SoM to accessible connectors and provides a whole range of on-board-componentes to
test and evaluate Trenz Electronix 4x5 SoMs.
See page "4 x 5 cm carriers" to get information about the SoMs supported by the TE0701 Carrier Board.
Main Components
Figure 1: 4x5 SoM carrier board TE0701-05
TE0701-05 (REV 05):
1. HDMI Connector (1.4 HEAC Support)
2. Micro USB Connector (Device, Host or OTG Modes)
3. Pmod Connector for Zynq-module PL (4 LVDS-pairs, max. VCCIO-Voltage 3,3V)
4. Pmod Connector for Zynq-module PL (4 LVDS-pairs, max. VCCIO-Voltage FMC_VADJ)
5. User Push Button S2 ("RESTART" button by default)
6. User Push Button S1 ("RESET" button by default)
7. User LEDs (function mapping depends on firmware of System-Controller-CPLD)
8. Mini USB Connector (USB JTAG and UART Interface)
9. User 4-bit DIP Switch
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10. Direct access to System-Controller-CPLD JTAG-Interface (Solder Pads, pin-strip need to be
11. VITA 57.1 compliant FMC LPC Connector with digitally programmable FMC VADJ Power Supply
12. Barrel jack for 12V Power Supply
13. ARM JTAG Connector (DS-5 D-Stream) - PJTAG to EMIO multiplexing needed
14. Pmod Connector (J1, 3.3V): mapped to 8 Zynq PS MIO0-bank-pins (MIO0, MIO9 to MIO15) when
using TE0720 (same mapping as on Zedboard), 6 pins (MIO10 to MIO15) are additionally connected
to TE0701 CPLD Carrier Controller
15. RJ45 GbE Connector
16. SD Card Connector - Zynq SDIO0 Bootable SD port
17. Pmod Connector (J2, 3.3V): 6 pins (PX0 to PX5) can be multiplexed by Texas Instruments
TXS02612RTWR SDIO Port Expander to SD Card pins (MIO1 bank when using TE0720), 2 pins are
connected to TE0701 System-Controller-CPLD (PX6 and PX7)
18. Jumper J18
19. Mini CameraLink Connector
20. Battery holder for CR1220 (RTC backup voltage)
21. Trenz 4x5 module Socket (3x Samtec LSHM Series Connectors)
22. Jumper J17, J21
23. Jumper J9, J19, J20
Key Features
Overvoltage-, undervoltage- and reversed- supply-voltage-protection
Barrel jack for 12V power suppy
Carrier Board System-Controller-CPLD Lattice MachXO2 1200HC, programable by Mini-USB JTAGInterface J7
JTAG-Interface of System-Controller-CPLD directly accessible by additional connector J23, pin strip
has to be mounted on existing solder pads
Zynq-module programable by ARM-JTAG-Interface-Connector (J15) or by System-Controller-CPLD
via Mini-USB JTAG-Interface J7 or JTAG-Interface on FMC-Connector J10
Mini CameraLink
RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Jack with 2 integrated LEDs.
FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) Connector J10 for acces to Zynq-Module's LVDS-pairs, operable with
adjustable IO-voltage FMC_VADJ
USB JTAG- and UART-Interface (FTDI FT2232HQ) with Mini-USB-Connector J7
ADV7511 HDMI Transmitter with HDMI-Connector J4
8 x user LEDs routed to System-Controller-CPLD, 8 x red
2 x user-push button routed to System-Controller-CPLD; by default configured as system "RESET"
and "RESTART" button (depends on CPLD-Firmware)
4-bit DIP-Switch for base-board-configuration, 3 switches routed to System-Controller-CPLD, 1
switch routed to Zynq-module (MIO0)
PMOD-Connectors to access Zynq-Module's LVDS-pairs and MIO-Pins
Micro SD card socket, can be used to boot system
Zynq-Module-SDIO-Port also accessible by PMOD-Connector J2 via SDIO Port Expander
Micro-USB-Interface (J12) connected to Zynq-module (Device, Host or OTG modes)
Trenz 4x5 module Socket (3 x Samtec LSHM series connectors)
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Interfaces and Pins
Board to Board (B2B) I/O's
For detailed information about the B2B pin out, please refer to the Master Pinout Table.
Micro SD Card Socket
Micro SD Card socket is not directly wired to the B2B connector pins, but through a Texas Instruments
TXS02612 SDIO Port Expander, which is needed for voltage translation due to the different voltage levels of
the Micro SD Card and MIO bank 501 of the Xilinx Zynq-module. The Micro SD Card has 3.3V signalling,
but the MIO Bank 501 on the Xilinx Zynq-module chip is set to 1.8V.
The Micro SD Card Socket is also accessible by PMOD-Connector J2, which is configurible by the
"SEL_SD"-signal of the System-Controller-CPLD
Dual channel USB to UART/FIFO
The TE0701 has on-board USB 2.0 High Speed to UART/FIFO IC FT2232HQ from FTDI. Channel A can be
used as JTAG-Interface (MPSSE) to program the System-Controller-CPLD, Channel B can be used as
UART-Interface routed to CPLD. There also 4 additionally bus-lanes available for user-specific use. The
FT2232HQ-Chip can also be used as FIFO-Buffer.
There is also a standard 256 Byte EEPROM connected to the FT2232HQ-chip available to store custom
configuration settings. EEPROM settings can be changed using FTDI provided tools that can be
downloaded from FTDI website. See FTDI website for more information.
USB Interface
TE0701 board has two physical USB-connectors:
J7 as mini-USB-connector wired to on-board FTDI FT2232HQ chip.
J12 as micro-USB-connector wired to B2B connector JB3 (there is usually an USB-transceiver on the
JTAG Interface
JTAG access to the CPLD and Xilinx Zynq-module is provided via Mini-USB JTAG Interface (FTDI
FT2232H) and controlled by DIP switch S3.
The JTAG port of the CPLD is enabled by setting switch S3 labeled as "ENJTAG" to the OFF-position.
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There are eight LED's (L1 to L8) available to the user. All LEDs are red colored and connected to the onboard System-Controller-CPLD. Their functions are programmable and depend on the firmware of the
System-Controller-CPLD. For detailed information, please refer to the documentation of the TE0701 SytemController-CPLD.
LED5 (L5) to LED8 (L8) are operating only when the corresponding power supply VIOTB (i.e.,
bank 1 of the on-board CPLD) is switched on. This can be accomplished on the one hand by
connecting the FMC power supply FMC_VADJ to VIOTB (J21: 1,2-3), which is the default option,
or on the other hand by connecting either 2.5V (J17: 1, 2-3) or 3.3V (J17: 1-2,3) to VIOTB (J21: 1-2,
3). Please note that for the first default option, the FMC power supply must be manually switched
on by the, e.g., Zynq FPGA on the TE0720 (For detailed information how to set the voltage
FMC_VADJ via I2C, please refer to the documentation of the TE0701 Sytem-Controller-CPLD).
One green LED D22 shows the avaibility of the 3.3V supply voltage of the TE0701 Carrier Board.
4-bit DIP-switch
Additionally, on the TE0701 Carrier Board there is a 4-bit DIP-switch (S3; see (9) in Figure 1) available. The
default S3 switch mapping is as follows:
CM1: Mode pin 1 (routed to Carrier Controller)
CM0: Mode pin 0 (routed to Carrier Controller)
JTAGEN: Set to ON for normal JTAG operation. Must be moved to OFF position for TE0701 CPLD update only
MIO0: Readable signal by Carrier Controller and TE07xx Module
On the TE0701 Carrier Board there are two push buttons (S1 and S2) and are available to the user. The
default PB mapping is as follows:
Default Mapping:
If S1 is pushed, the active-low RESet IN (RESIN) signal will be asserted. Note: This reset can also be forced by the FTDI USB-toJTAG interface.
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Default Mapping:
If S2 is pushed, the active-high Power ON (PON) signal (that is internally pulled-up) will be deasserted, which can be considered as
a "RESTART" button to switch off (push button) and on (release button) all on-module power supplies (except 3.3VIN). Note: The
capability to be enabled the first time will become active shortly after Power on Reset (POR).
The active-high PON signal is directly mapped to the active-high EN1 signal which is routed to the SC (e.g., on the
TE0720) and directly used (after deglitching) as a mandatory active-high enable signal to the power FET switch (3.3VIN
-> 3.3V) as well as the DC-DC converters (VIN -> 1.0V, 1.5V, 1.8V).
TE0701 has a RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet MAGJACK (J14) with two LED's.
On-board Ethernet jack J14 pins are routed to B2B connector JB1. The center tap of the Magnetics is not
connected to module B2B connector.
PHY LED's are not connected directly to the module's B2B connectors as the 4x5 module have no
dedicated PHY LED pins assigned. PHY LED's are connected to the TE0701 System-Controller-CPLD, that
can route those LED's to some module's I/O Pins. In that case the module has to map the PHY LEDs to
corresponding pins.
With initial Carrier Controller design, one RJ45 LED (the right one) is connected to module NOSEQ pin that
functions as PHY LED output on TE0720 with default settings. The other LED is connected to a pin of the
I2C-to-GPIO-module and can be controlled by the control register of this module on the Systen-ControllerCPLD if desired.
Pmod Slots
J5 and J6 Pmod signal routing is done as differential pairs for pins 1-2, 3-4, 7-8, 9-10
Please use Master Pinout Table table as primary reference for the pin mapping information.
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Power Supply
Power supply with minimum current capability of 3A at 12V for system startup is recommended.
TE0701 jumper and DIP switch overview
On the TE0701 carrier boards (TE0701-03 and higher revisions) different hardware/software configurations
can be chosen by 6 jumpers and one 4-bit DIP switch:
Figure 2 shows the position of the jumpers on the Carrier Board and their default configuration at delivery
Figure 2: TE0701 Jumper Configurations of TE0701-03 and higher revisions.
The purpose of the jumpers and the DIP switch of the Carrier Board will be explained in the following
Configuring VCCIO-Voltage
The Zynq-module power supply is fixed to 5V!
Additionally, the VCCIO33 and VCCIO34 supply voltages of the Zynq FPGA (on bank 33 and bank 34,
respectively) can be selected either to be 3.3V (J17: 1-2, 3) or 2.5V (J17: 1, 2-3). The latter is the default
setting (i.e., VCCIO33=VCCIO34=2.5V). Furthermore, the VCCIO13 supply voltage (bank 13) can be
selected to be either identical to bank 33/34 (J21: 1-2, 3) or to be FMC_VADJ (J21: 1, 2-3). Again, the latter
is the default setting (i.e., VCCIO13=FMC_VADJ).
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Note: The LVDS-pairs FMC_LA17 to FMC_LA33 (also PB0 to PB3 as well as Y0 to Y5) are routed to bank
13 of the Zynq-module, hence, the VCCIO13 supply voltage is chosen correspondingly by default!
The FMC power supply on the TE0701 Carrier Board (i.e., FMC_VADJ) is user programmable via
The setting of the adjustable voltage FMC_VADJ is done by the dedicated I2C-Bus with the lines
"HDMI_SCL" and "HDMI_SDA". Therefore, a control-byte has to be send to the 8-bit control
register of the I2C-to-GPIO-module of the System-Controller-CPLD. This module has the I2CAddress 0x22.
To enable FMC_VADJ on TE0701, bit 7 of the control-register should be set. Note that the I2CBus is shared with the I2C-Interface of the HDMI-Controller.
For detailed information how to set the voltage FMC_VADJ via I2C, please refer to the documentation of the
TE0701 Sytem-Controller-CPLD.
There is also the possibility to select fixed FMC_VADJ voltages by the DIP switch S3. Therefore,
there is no need to configure any bits on the 8-bit control register of the I2C-to-GPIO-module of the
Table 3 shows the switch-configuration of the DIP switch S3 to set the voltage FMC_VADJ.
Note: The configuration of FMC_VADJ depends on the used firmware of the System-Controller-CPLD. For
detailed information, refer to the documentation of the TE0701 Sytem-Controller-CPLD.
I2C Controlled
Table 3: Switch S3 positions for fixed values of the FMC_VADJ voltage
Configuring 12V Power Supply Pin on the CameraLink Connector
Finally, a 12V power supply can be connected to pin 26 of the CameraLink by closing J18. However, this
option is disabled by default (J18: OPEN).
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Configuring Power Supply of the Micro USB Connector (Device,
Host or OTG Modes)
The TE0701 carrier board can be configured as a USB host. Hence, it must provide from 5.25V to 4.75V to
the board side of the downstream connection (micro USB port on J12; 13). To provide sufficient power, a
TPS2051 power distribution switch is located on the carrier board in between the 5V power supply and the
Vbus signal of the USB downstream port interface. If the output load exceeds the current-limit threshold, the
TPS2051 limits the output current and pulls the overcurrent logic output (OC_n) low, which is routed to the
on-board CPLD. The TPS2051 is put into operation by setting J19 CLOSED. J20 provides an extra 100µF
decoupling capacitor (in addition to 10µF) to further stabilize the output signal. Moreover, a series
terminating resistor of either 1K (J9: 1-2, 3) or 10K (J9: 1, 2-3) is selectable on the "USB-VBUS" signal. Both
signals, USB-VBUS and VBUS_V_EN (that enables the TPS2051 on "high") are routed (as well as the
corresponding D+/- data lines) via the on-board connector directly to the USB 2.0 high-speed transceiver
PHY from SMSC (USB3320) on the GigaZee module, which is, in turn, connected to the Zynq FPGA. In
summary, the default jumper settings are the following: J9: 1-2, 3 (1K series terminating resistor); J19:
CLOSED (TPS2051 in operation); J20: CLOSED (100 µF added).
Additionally, the TE0701 carrier board is equipped with a second mini USB port (J7; see (8) in Figure 1) that
is connected to a "USB to multi-purpose UART/FIFO IC" from FTDI (FT2232HQ) and provides a USB-toJTAG interface between a host PC and the TE0701 carrier board and the Zynq-module, respectively.
Because it acts as a USB function device, no power switch is required (and only a ESD protection must be
provided) in this case.
Power On Reset (POR)
On the TE0701 the 5.0V and 3.3V power supply rails are generated by high performance DC-DC-converters
from the external 12V supply. While the 3.3V plane supplies several on-board components (e.g., Lattice
CPLD and FTDI Dual USB UART/FIFO IC), the 5V plane is mainly provided for power supply of the module
to be carried (e.g., TE0720 Zynq SoC module). For the latter, however, special considerations must be
taken (see TE0720 Power Supply). Therefore, the on-module system controller (SC) must be provided with
information about the power-on-reset (POR) process, namely, the following control signals EN1, RESIN,
and NOSEQ. And the SC provides, in turn, the status signal PGOOD down to the on-board CPLD.
This CPLD output active-high signal is a “power on (PON)” signal that is usually HIGH (weak pull-up), except, the user push
button S2 is pressed, which forces the related signal to be LOW (ground). EN1 enables (EN1=’1’) and disables (EN1=’0’) the
supplies on the carried module, respectively.
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This signal is controlled by the user push button S1 on the TE0701 and is forwarded directly to the SC, where it is latched
together with the EN1 signal as well as the “all power rails OK” signal (1.0V and 1.8V for core; 1.5V and VTT for RAM, and 3.3V).
The 3.3V power supply rail can be switched on (EN_3V3=’1’) or off (EN_3V3=’0’) by a load switch ( TPS27082L) and
is continuously checked by a voltage detector (TPS3805H33). Note: The 3.3VIN power supply (from which the 3.3V
power plane is sourced) is supplied by the TE0701 Carrier Board and is kept always on!
When RESIN (alias user push button S1) is not pushed and simultaneously the EN1 signal is asserted (EN='1') and all power rails
are ok, the active-high Zynq power-on-reset signal PS_POR_B is asserted.
This CPLD signal can be used to enable or disable the power sequencing mode. If the active-high NOSEQ signal is set to HIGH
(NOSEQ='1') then the 1.0V and 1.8V power supplies on the carried module will be forced to be enabled. In normal mode
(NOSEQ='0') the 3.3V power supply is turned on after the 1.0V and 1.8V supplies have stabilized (see TE0720 Power Supply).
The latter is the default mode, i.e., for the NOSEQ pin of the SC the internal pull-down is activated. After booting, the NOSEQ pin
can be used as general-purpose I/O pin. For example, the SC (REV 0.02) maps the Ethernet PHY LED0 to NOSEQ by default.
However, this mapping can be changed by software after boot.
This active-high signal (with internal pull-up) is a status input to the CPLD about the current status of the power supply rails on the
carried module (e.g., TE0720). It is routed to user LED3, which is switched on when the on-module power supply rails are not ok.
Table 4: Generation of PGOOD-Signal
For more information on the preceding signals please consult the corresponding Wiki
documentation of the TE0720 System Management Controller.
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Technical Specifications
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Vin supply voltage
ANSI/VITA 57.1 FPGA Mezzazine Card (FMC) Standard
Storage Temperature
Recommended Operating Conditions
Vin supply voltage
Physical Dimensions
Board size: PCB 170.4 mm × 98 mm. Notice that some parts the are hanging slightly over the edge
of the PCB like the mini USB-jacks (ca. 1.4 mm), the ethernet RJ-45 jack (ca 2.2 mm) and the mini
CameraLink connector (ca. 7 mm), which determine the total phycial demensions of the carrier
board. Please download the assembly diagram for exact numbers.
Mating height of the module with standard connectors: 8mm
PCB thickness: ca. 1.65mm
Highest part on the PCB is the ethernet RJ-45 jack, which has an approximately 17 mm overall hight.
Please download the step model for exact numbers.
All dimensions are given in mm.
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Figure 3: Physical Dimensions of the TE0701 carrier board
Operating Temperature Ranges
Commercial grade: 0°C to +70°C.
Board operating temperature range depends also on customer design and cooling solution. Please contact
us for options.
ca. 188 g - Plain board
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Document Change History
Ali Naseri
TRM adjustment to the newest
revision (05) of TE0701 Carrier Board
Sven-Ole Voigt
TE0701-03 (REV3) updated
Sven-Ole Voigt
Initial release
Sven-Ole Voigt, Ali Naseri
Hardware Revision History
changed DC/DC converters
Documentation link
improved manufacturing
Figure 4: Hardware revisionn Number
Hardware revision number is printed on the PCB board next to the module model number separated by the
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downstream user in the sense of REACH. The products we supply to you are solely non-chemical products
(goods). Moreover and under normal and reasonably foreseeable circumstances of application, the goods
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