manual CRX02 - MicroSys Electronics GmbH

User’s Manual
CRX02 Rev. 2
1st edition
Declaration of Conformity
We, Manufacturer
MicroSys Electronics GmbH
Mühlweg 1
D-82054 Sauerlach
Germany
declare that the product
CRX02
is in conformity with:
EN 50081-1 Generic emission standard
EN 50082-1 Generic immunity standard
in accordance with 89/336 EEC-EMC Directive.
We also declare the conformity of the above-mentioned product with the actual required
safety standards in accordance with Low Voltage Directive 73/23 EEC.
Date:
Signature:
Position:
General Manager
The information in this document has been carefully checked and is believed to be entirely reliable.
However, no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, MicroSys reserves the right to make
changes to any product herein to improve reliability, function or design. MicroSys does not assume any
responsibility arising out the application or use of any product or circuit described herein, neither does it
convey any license under its patent rights or the rights of others.
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Date:
Ident-Nr.:
Manual
22.10.2007
EW316MA-00AC
Schematics
04.04.2007
EW316SL-02AA
Released:
MicroSys GmbH,
Mühlweg 1,
82054 Sauerlach,
Germany.
Hotline +49 (0) 8104 801-130,
Phone +49 (0) 8104 801-0,
Fax +49 (0) 8104 801-110.
Internet: http://www.MicroSys.de
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Table of Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 6
1.1 Features........................................................................................................................... 6
1.1.1
CRX02................................................................................................................ 6
1.1.2
MPE06................................................................................................................ 6
1.1.3
MPX5200(G)...................................................................................................... 6
1.2 Power Supply Specification ........................................................................................... 7
Delivery.............................................................................................................................. 7
Installation and usage ......................................................................................................... 7
Lists .................................................................................................................................... 9
4.1 Connectors ...................................................................................................................... 9
4.2 I2C devices ..................................................................................................................... 9
4.3 Chip selects................................................................................................................... 10
4.4 Address Map................................................................................................................. 10
4.5 Interrupt distribution..................................................................................................... 10
4.6 Overview on usage of MPC5200 units......................................................................... 11
4.7 Usage of Processor Ports .............................................................................................. 11
4.8 BDI Connector.............................................................................................................. 13
4.8.1
BDI Connector on CRX02 ............................................................................... 13
4.8.2
BDI Connector Pin-out table............................................................................ 13
4.9 Backup Battery for RTC............................................................................................... 13
4.10 Module Connector ST1 - Pin-out ................................................................................. 14
4.11 Module Connector ST2 - Pin-out ................................................................................. 16
4.12 Module ST3-Connector Pin-out (MPX5200G only) .................................................... 18
Interfaces on CRX02 ........................................................................................................ 19
5.1 Power Supply Connector.............................................................................................. 19
5.2 Reset 19
5.3 CAN Interfaces ............................................................................................................. 20
5.3.1
CAN 1 + CAN 2 Interconnection..................................................................... 20
5.4 Serial Interfaces ............................................................................................................ 21
5.4.1
SIOA Interconnection ...................................................................................... 21
5.4.2
SIOB Interconnection:...................................................................................... 22
5.4.3
RJ12 Connector - Front view (SIOA, SIOB) ................................................... 23
5.5 Ethernet LAN interface ................................................................................................ 24
5.6 RJ45 LAN Connector - Front view .............................................................................. 25
5.7 USB Interfaces.............................................................................................................. 26
5.7.1
USB-A / USB-B Connector Pin out:................................................................ 26
5.8 CompactFlash Card Interface ....................................................................................... 27
5.8.1
CF Card - Interconnect mapping ...................................................................... 27
5.8.2
CF Card Connector - Pin-out ........................................................................... 28
Interfaces on MPE06 ........................................................................................................ 29
6.1 Video In ........................................................................................................................ 29
6.2 Display.......................................................................................................................... 29
6.2.1
LVDS-A mux scheme for 8 bit LG displays.................................................... 30
6.2.2
LVDS-B mux scheme for 6 / 8 bit compatibility displays ............................... 30
6.3 Touch Controller .......................................................................................................... 31
6.4 DACs 31
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6.4.1
Analog Out 1 (DAC1, DAC5571, Addr = 4DH) ............................................. 31
6.4.2
Analog Out 2 (DAC2, DAC5571, Addr = 4CH).............................................. 31
6.5 Digital Ports (PF8574AT, Addr 38H) .......................................................................... 32
6.6 Interface Connectors..................................................................................................... 33
6.6.1
Video In............................................................................................................ 33
6.6.2
SPI Connector (Wrap) ...................................................................................... 33
6.6.3
PVDO ............................................................................................................... 34
6.6.4
Display Connector............................................................................................ 35
6.6.5
Touch Connector (TSCRB) (normally not connected) .................................... 37
7
Appendix .......................................................................................................................... 38
7.1 Front View - Connectors .............................................................................................. 38
7.2 Rear View - Assembly.................................................................................................. 38
7.3 Left View - Assembly .................................................................................................. 39
7.4 CRX02 Layout - Top View .......................................................................................... 40
7.5 CRX02 Layout Bottom View....................................................................................... 41
7.6 MPE06 Layout Top View ............................................................................................ 42
7.7 MPE06 Layout Bottom View....................................................................................... 43
7.8 Mounting MPX5200G on CRX02................................................................................ 43
7.9 Mounting MPE06 on MPX5200G................................................................................ 43
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1 Introduction
1.1
Features
1.1.1 CRX02
The CRX02 is a carrier board designed especially for the MPX5200 and MPX5200G
modules.
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Power supply (9V – 30V input)
Network connectivity (one 100MBit RJ-45 socket usable with MPX5200G)
2 serial ports
2 CAN ports
2 USB port, USB 1.1 connector (Typ A)
Compact Flash Slot
1.1.2 MPE06
The MPE06 is an add-on board, to be used in conjunction with CRX02 and the graphicsenabled module MPX5200G. It offers:
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2 Video In channels (video capture) via Philips SAA7113 Video DAC (Cinch)
Wrap header for flat panel display connection, or LVDS adapter
Wrap header for SPI interface
Wrap header for Touch Screen interface
Display connector for 2 LVDS displays
2 DAC for display control
2 Output ports for display control
1.1.3 MPX5200(G)
The MPX5200 (G) is a processor module featuring the Freescale MPC5200 MCU.
For details on these modules, please refer to their respective manuals.
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1.2
Power Supply Specification
The CRX02 operates at an input voltage range of 9 - 30 V DC.
This voltage is first converted on-board to 3,3 V DC, from which all other supply voltages are
then derived.
Power Requirement with mounted MPX5200G module and MPE06:
+3,3V (+5% / -2,5%)
Note:
1.5 A
Power consumption of CF Card and USB devices have to be added!
The efficiency of the on board 3,3V to 5V DC/DC is better than 85%.
(1A drawn at the 5V USB results in additional 1,7A@3,3V supply current)
2 Delivery
The CRX02 board may come alone, with no extra parts, or as part of a pre-built assembly
with MPX5200, or MPX5200G plus MPE06 (as well as possible future boards),
Please check for completeness and integrity on arrival, and contact your dealer and/or
transport company in case of damage.
3 Installation and usage
The Carrier CRX02 does not do anything by itself, but serves as a carrier for
MPX(5200/5200G, currently) modules. So you need to have an adequate module installed.
IMPORTANT:
WATCH THE CORRECT ORIENTATION OF THE MODULE WHEN
MOUNTING! MATCH THE CORNERS WITH THE BIG COPPER AREA
(SUPPLY PADS) ON THE CARRIER AND ON THE MODULE!
OTHERWISE THE MODULE AND/OR THE CARRIER WILL BE
SERIOUSLY DAMAGED!
- Fix the MPX5200(G) module properly to the Carrier CRX02, using six bolts M2.5 x 12 (or
longer, if you are stacking more modules) and nuts.
NOTE: As long as MPE06 is not to be used, processor modules MPX5200(G) can be
mounted above as well as below the carrier CRX02. However, watch the correct
orientation (match the connected power supply pads on module and carrier).
- If using MPE06 and MPX5200G, mount MPE06 properly on top of the assembly of
MPX5200G and CRX02. See pictures in the Appendix for correct positioning.
- Connect power supply to the Power socket of CRX02. Check for correct polarity!
- Connect a RS-232 serial terminal to the RJ-12 socket. If adapting to DSUB-9 is required,
use the adapter cable 833 from MicroSys, or equivalent.
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- Connect network to the RJ-45 network socket.
- Start your serial terminal, e.g. HyperTerminal on a Windows PC, or 'kermit' on a
Linux/Unix machine.
Default serial parameters on delivery: 9600 Bd, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
- Switch power on.
The board will start with the U-Boot messages:
U-Boot 1.2.0 (Feb 27 2007 - 10:07:01)
CPU:
MPC5200 v2.2, Core v1.4 at 396 MHz
Bus 132 MHz, IPB 132 MHz, PCI 33 MHz
Board: MicroSys MPX5200/CRX02
I2C:
85 kHz, ready
DRAM: 64 MB
FLASH: 16 MB
PCI:
Bus Dev VenId DevId Class Int
00 0a 1057 5809 0680 00
In:
serial
Out:
serial
Err:
serial
Net:
FEC ETHERNET
IDE:
Bus 0: OK
Device 0: not available
Device 1: not available
Type "run flash_nfs" to mount root filesystem over NFS
Hit any key to stop autoboot:
0
=>
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4 Lists
4.1
Connectors
Position
Function
Manufacturer Article
Note
ST1
ST2
ST3
DBG
Module Connector
Module Connector
Module Connector
CPU Debug Port
MSC
MSC
MSC
n/a
on CRX02
on CRX02
on MPE06
BDM-Tools
CF1
CAN1
CAN2
SIO A
USB1..2
SIO B
LAN
PWR
CF Card
Yamaichi
Phoenix
Phoenix
VIN-1
VIN-2
EXM32BT-4
EXM32BT-4
EXM32BT-2
Wrap header,
2x10pin, 180°
Serial line A
USB connectors
Serial line B
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
Phoenix
FBAS in port 1
FBAS in port 2
Mini-DIN female Pins 8-5
Mini-DIN female Pins 6-3
Display
SPI/I2C
4.2
50 pin wrap 2.54
mm
SPI/I2C
Interface Connector
n/a
Wrap header,
2x14pin 180°
on MPE06
I2C devices
The CRX02 itself has no I2C devices:
I2C devices listed here for reference are those on MPE06 only.
Devices on MPX5200(G) are not listed here, but in the respective manual.
Device:
Function
SAA7113
DAC5571
DAC5571
PFC8574
Video In
Dac 0
Dac 1
8bit Port
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Hex
4A/4B
98/99
9A/9B
70/71
7 bit
Hex
24..25
4C
4D
38
binary I2C address
0
1
1
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0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1/0
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1/0
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4.3
Chip selects
Signal
CS4
CS5
4.4
Function
ST1 b26
ST1 b28
Bus width
16 Bit
16 Bit
Mode
GPCM
GPCM
Size
32 MByte
32 MByte
Address Map
Type
Base
End
CF Card
CF Card
no default
no default
no default
no default
4.5
Description
CF Card
CF Card
Select
Bus
CS4
CS5
Size
16Bit
16Bit
Interrupt distribution
The available interrupt lines of the MPX5200G module are connected to the following
sources. All interrupts are low active.
MPX-Module
IRQ0#
IRQ1#
IRQ2#
IRQ3#
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not connected
reserved for Lime graphic controller
MII-Int from LAN (CRX02)
Touch controller (MPE06)
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4.6
Overview on usage of MPC5200 units
For easier cross-reference, the usage of the MPC5200 MCU sub-units is listed here.
This is the same for both MPX5200 and MPX5200G modules.
PSC1
PSC2
PSC3
USB
ETH
PSC6
I2C
TIMER
ATA
4.7
UART
CAN1 & CAN2
USB
USB
ETH with MII-INT on IRQ2#
UART
not used
SPI & TMR(0:1) = SPI-CS, TMR(7) = LED
True-IDE CF-Card with Card-Detect on TMR(6)
Usage of Processor Ports
Pin
used
K1
K2
K3
J1
J2
L3
N2
N1
M3
L1
J3
L4
M2
M1
N4
N3
L2
J4
ETH - 0
ETH - 1
ETH - 2
ETH - 3
ETH - 4
ETH - 5
ETH - 6
ETH - 7
ETH - 8
ETH - 9
ETH - 10
ETH - 11
ETH - 12
ETH - 13
ETH - 14
ETH - 15
ETH - 16
ETH - 17
ETH - 0
ETH - 1
ETH - 2
ETH - 3
ETH - 4
ETH - 5
ETH - 6
ETH - 7
ETH - 8
ETH - 9
ETH - 10
ETH - 11
ETH - 12
ETH - 13
ETH - 14
ETH - 15
ETH - 16
ETH - 17
Ethernet interface (LAN)
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
LAN
B11
A11
C10
B10
A10
PSC1- 0
PSC1- 1
PSC1- 2
PSC1- 3
PSC1- 4
TXD1
RXD1
RTS1
CTS1
DCD1
Serial line ttyS0, TX
Serial line ttyS0, RX
Serial line ttyS0, RTS
Serial line ttyS0, CTS
Serial line ttyS0, DCD
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C9
B9
A9
B8
A8
PSC2- 0
PSC2- 1
PSC2- 2
PSC2- 3
PSC2- 4
CAN1-TX
CAN1-RX
CAN2-TX
CAN2-RX
CAN1-TX
CAN1-RX
CAN2-TX
CAN2-RX
C7
B7
A7
C6
B6
A6
C5
B5
A5
C4
PSC3- 0
PSC3- 1
PSC3- 2
PSC3- 3
PSC3- 4
PSC3- 5
PSC3- 6
PSC3- 7
PSC3- 8
PSC3- 9
USB2-0
USB2-1
USB2-2
USB2-3
USB2-4
USB2-5
USB2-0
USB2-1
USB2-2
USB2-3
USB2-4
USB2-5
USB2-7
USB2-8
USB2-9
USB2-7
USB2-8
USB2-9
B12
C11
A12
C13
PSC6- 0
PSC6- 1
PSC6- 2
PSC6- 3
RXD6
CTS6
TXD6
RTS6
Serial Line ttyS2, RX 2
Serial Line ttyS2, CTS 2
Serial Line ttyS2, TX 2
Serial Line ttyS2, RTS 2
Y20
V18
D3
D2
D1
E3
E2
E1
TMR- 0
TMR- 1
TMR- 2
TMR- 3
TMR- 4
TMR- 5
TMR- 6
TMR- 7
H1
H2
H3
G1
G2
G3
G4
F1
F2
F3
USB1- 0
USB1- 1
USB1- 2
USB1- 3
USB1- 4
USB1- 5
USB1- 6
USB1- 7
USB1- 8
USB1- 9
External CS for SPI
CS for Touch SPI on MPE06
SPI-MOSI
SPI-MISO
SPI-SS
SPI-CLK
Card detect from CF
LED on reset button
USB1-0
USB1-1
USB1-2
USB1-3
USB1-4
USB1-5
USB1-7
USB1-8
USB1-9
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4.8
BDI Connector
The background debug port of the MPC5200 MCU can be accessed via the connector DBG.
NOTE: The BDI connector is located on the solder side of CRX02, and is usually NOT
POPULATED.
4.8.1 BDI Connector on CRX02
GND
2
16
1
15
DBG
TRST
TDO
TMS
TDI
n.c.
TCK
CKSTPO
HRST
SRST
4.8.2 BDI Connector Pin-out table
DBG
Pin 1
Pin 3
Pin 5
Pin 7
Pin 9
Pin 11
Pin 13
Pin 15
4.9
Signal
TDO
TDI
n.c.
TCK
TMS
SRST#
HRST#
CKSTPO#
Signal
GND
TRST#
1K pull-up
n.c.
GND
GND
n.c.
GND
DBG
Pin 2
Pin 4
Pin 6
Pin 8
Pin 10
Pin 12
Pin 14
Pin 16
Backup Battery for RTC
There is a Lithium battery type CR2032 for RTC back up, on CRX02.
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4.10 Module Connector ST1 - Pin-out
Location marked
b1
a1
ST2
ST2
b52
a52
d1
c1
ST2
ST2
d52
c52
b1
a1
ST1
ST1
b52
a52
d1
c1
ST1
ST1
d52
c52
gray shaded pins are not connected
GND
a1
a2
LAD8
GND
b1
b2
LDP2
GND
a3
a4
LAD9
GND
b3
b4
LDP3
LAD0
a5
a6
LAD10
LDP0
b5
b6
LA30
LAD1
a7
a8
LAD11
LDP1
b7
b8
LA31
LAD2
a9
a10
LAD12
LA27
b9
b10
LWE0
LAD3
a11
a12
LAD13
LA28
b11
b12
LWE1
LAD4
a13
a14
LAD14
LA29
b13
b14
LWE2
LAD5
a15
a16
LAD15
LALE
b15
b16
LWE3
LAD6
a17
a18
GND
LGPL0
b17
b18
LCS0
LAD7
a19
a20
GND
LGPL1
b19
b20
LCS1
LAD16
a21
a22
LAD24
LGPL2
b21
b22
LCS2
LAD17
a23
a24
LAD25
LGPL3
b23
b24
LCS3
LAD18
a25
a26
LAD26
LGPL4
b25
b26
LCS4
LAD19
a27
a28
LAD27
LGPL5
b27
b28
LCS5
LAD20
a29
a30
LAD28
LCLKE
b29
b30
LBCTL
LAD21
a31
a32
LAD29
LCLK0
b31
b32
GND
LAD30
ATA-IOR#
b33
b34
GND
ATA-IOW#
b35
b36
ATA-IOCHRDY
A-M66EN
b37
b38
A-INTA
LAD22
a33
a34
LAD23
a35
a36
LAD31
GND
a37
a38
ATA-ISOLATE
GND
a39
a40
ATA-DRQ
A-REQ0
b39
b40
A-GNT0
A-REQ1
b41
b42
A-GNT1
ATA-INTRQ
a41
a42
ATA-DACK#
B-REQ0
a43
a44
B-GNT0
A-REQ2
b43
b44
A-GNT2
B-REQ1
a45
a46
B-GNT1
A-REQ3
b45
b46
A-GNT3
B-REQ2
a47
a48
B-GNT2
A-REQ4
b47
b48
A-GNT4
B-RST
a49
a50
GND
GND
b49
b50
A-RST
B-PCICLK
a51
a52
GND
GND
b52
b51
A-PCICLK
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Module Connector ST1 - Pin-out continued:
location marked
b1
a1
ST2
ST2
b52
a52
d1
c1
ST2
ST2
d52
c52
b1
a1
ST1
ST1
b52
a52
d1
c1
ST1
ST1
d52
c52
gray shaded pins are not connected
GND
c1
c2
B-AD8/A-AD40
GND
d1
d2
A-AD8
GND
c3
c4
B-AD9/A-AD41
GND
d3
d4
A-AD9
B-AD0/A-AD32
c5
c6
B-AD10/A-AD42
A-AD0
d5
d6
A-AD10
B-AD1/A-AD33
c7
c8
B-AD11/A-AD43
A-AD1
d7
d8
A-AD11
B-AD2/A-AD34
c9
c10
B-AD12/A-AD44
A-AD2
d9
d10
A-AD12
B-AD3/A-AD35
c11
c12
B-AD13/A-AD45
A-AD3
d11
d12
A-AD13
B-AD4/A-AD36
c13
c14
B-AD14/A-AD46
A-AD4
d13
d14
A-AD14
B-AD5/A-AD37
c15
c16
B-AD15/A-AD47
A-AD5
d15
d16
A-AD15
B-AD6/A-AD38
c17
c18
GND
A-AD6
d17
d18
GND
B-AD7/A-AD39
c19
c20
GND
A-AD7
d19
d20
GND
B-CBE0/A-CBE4
c21
c22
B-CBE1/A-CBE5
A-CBE0
d21
d22
A-CBE1
B-FRME
c23
c24
B-DVSL
A-FRME
d23
d24
A-DVSL
B-IRDY
c25
c26
B-PERR/A-REQ64
A-IRDY
d25
d26
A-PERR
B-TRDY
c27
c28
B-SERR/A-ACK64
A-TRDY
d27
d28
A-SERR
B-STOP
c29
c30
B-PAR/A-PAR64
A-STOP
d29
d30
A-PAR
B-CBE2/A-CBE6
c31
c32
B-CBE3/A-CBE7
A-CBE2
d31
d32
A-CBE3
GND
c33
c34
B-AD24/A-AD56
GND
d33
d34
A-AD24
GND
c35
c36
B-AD25/A-AD57
GND
d35
d36
A-AD25
B-AD16/A-AD48
c37
c38
B-AD26/A-AD58
A-AD16
d37
d38
A-AD26
B-AD17/A-AD49
c39
c40
B-AD27/A-AD59
A-AD17
d39
d40
A-AD27
B-AD18/A-AD50
c41
c42
B-AD28/A-AD60
A-AD18
d41
d42
A-AD28
B-AD19/A-AD51
c43
c44
B-AD29/A-AD61
A-AD19
d43
d44
A-AD29
B-AD20/A-AD52
c45
c46
B-AD30/A-AD62
A-AD20
d45
d46
A-AD30
B-AD21/A-AD53
c47
c48
B-AD31/A-AD63
A-AD21
d47
d48
A-AD31
B-AD22/A-AD54
c49
c50
GND
A-AD22
d49
d50
GND
B-AD23/A-AD55
c51
c52
GND
A-AD23
d51
d52
GND
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4.11 Module Connector ST2 - Pin-out
location marked
b1
a1
ST2
ST2
b52
a52
d1
c1
ST2
ST2
d52
c52
b1
a1
ST1
ST1
b52
a52
d1
c1
ST1
ST1
d52
c52
gray shaded pins are not connected
GND
a1
a2
MII-GTXCKI
GND
b1
b2
spare
GND
a3
a4
MII1-TXEN
GND
b3
b4
MII2-TXEN
MII1-TXD0
a5
a6
MII1-TXD1
MII2-TXD0
b5
b6
MII2-TXD1
MII1-TXD2
a7
a8
MII1-TXD3
MII2-TXD2
b7
b8
MII2-TXD3
MII1-GXCK
a9
a10
MII1-RXD0
MII2-GXCK
b9
b10
MII2-RXD0
MII1-RXD1
a11
a12
MII1-RXD2
MII2-RXD1
b11
b12
MII2-RXD2
MII1-RXD3
a13
a14
MII1-RXCK
MII2-RXD3
b13
b14
MII2-RXCK
MII1-RXDV
a15
a16
MII1-CRS
MII2-RXDV
b15
b16
MII2-CRS
MII1-TXD4
a17
a18
MII1-TXD5
MII2-TXD4
b17
b18
MII2-TXD5
MII1-TXD7
a19
a20
MII1-TXD6
MII2-TXD7
b19
b20
MII2-TXD6
MII1-TXER
a21
a22
MII1-RXD7
MII2-TXER
b21
b22
MII2-RXD7
MII1-RXD6
a23
a24
MII1-RXD5
MII2-RXD6
b23
b24
MII2-RXD5
MII1-RXD4
a25
a26
MII1-RXER
MII2-RXD4
b25
b26
MII2-RXER
MII1-COL
a27
a28
MII1-TXCK
MII2-COL
b27
b28
MII2-TXCK
MII-MDCK
a29
a30
GND
CFGE
b29
b30
GND
MII-MDIO
a31
a32
GND
PRST
b31
b32
GND
JTMS
a33
a34
CKSTI
GTM-IO0/TMR-0
b33
b34
GTM-IO8
JTDI
a35
a36
CKSTO
GTM-IO1/TMR-1
b35
b36
GTM-IO9
JTDO
a37
a38
KRST
GTM-IO2/TMR-2
b37
b38
GTM-IO10
JTCK
a39
a40
HRST
GTM-IO3/TMR-3
b39
b40
GTM-IO11
JTRST
a41
a42
SRST
GTM-IO4/TMR-4
b41
b42
GTM-IO12
IRQ0
a43
a44
IRQ3
GTM-IO5/TMR-5
b43
b44
GTM-IO13
IRQ1
a45
a46
IRQ4
GTM-IO6/TMR-6
b45
b46
GTM-IO14/GPIOWKUP6
IRQ2
a47
a48
IRQ5
GTM-IO7/TMR-7
b47
b48
GTM-IO15/GPIOWKUP7
GND
a49
a50
IRQ6
GND
b49
b50
spare
GND
a51
a52
IRQ7
GND
b52
b51
spare
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Module Connector ST2 - Pin-out continued:
location marked
b1
a1
ST2
ST2
b52
a52
d1
c1
ST2
ST2
d52
c52
b1
a1
ST1
ST1
b52
a52
d1
c1
ST1
ST1
d52
c52
gray shaded pins are not connected
GND
c1
c2
VEE Core
GND
d1
d2
USB1-0
GND
c3
c4
VFF RAM
GND
d3
d4
USB1-1
MPH0-D0
c5
c6
MPH1-D0
PSC3-0
d5
d6
USB1-2
MPH0-D1
c7
c8
MPH1-D1
PSC3-1
d7
d8
USB1-3
MPH0-D2
c9
c10
MPH1-D2
PSC3-2
d9
d10
USB1-4
MPH0-D3
c11
c12
MPH1-D3
PSC3-3
d11
d12
USB1-5
MPH0-D4
c13
c14
MPH1-D4
PSC3-4
d13
d14
USB1-6
MPH0-D5
c15
c16
MPH1-D5
PSC3-5
d15
d16
USB1-7
MPH0-D6
c17
c18
MPH1-D6
PSC3-6
d17
d18
USB1-8
MPH0-D7
c19
c20
MPH1-D7
PSC3-7
d19
d20
USB1-9
MPH0-NXT
c21
c22
MPH1-NXT
PSC3-8
d21
d22
GND
MPH0-DIR
c23
c24
MPH1-DIR
PSC3-9
d23
d24
GND
MPH0-STP
c25
c26
MPH1-STP
spare
d25
d26
spare
MPH0-PWFLT
c27
c28
MPH1-PWFLT
spare
d27
d28
spare
MPH0-PCTL0
c29
c30
MPH1-PCTL0
spare
d29
d30
spare
MPH0-PCTL1
c31
c32
MPH1-PCTL1
spare
d31
d32
spare
MPH0-CLK
c33
c34
MPH1-CLK
I2C1-SDA
d33
d34
UTXD1
GND
c35
c36
GND
I2C1-SCL
d35
d36
URXD1
GND
c37
c38
GND
I2C2-SDA
d37
d38
URTS1
STDBY
c39
c40
CS0E
I2C2-SCL
d39
d40
UCTS1
VDD
c41
c42
VDD
UTXD3
d41
d42
UDCD1
VDD
c43
c44
VDD
URXD3
d43
d44
UTXD2
VDD
c45
c46
VDD
URTS3
d45
d46
URXD2
VDD
c47
c48
VDD
UCTS3
d47
d48
URTS2
VDD
c49
c50
VDD
GND
d49
d50
UCTS2
VDD
c51
c52
VDD
GND
d51
d52
UDCD2
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location marked
b1
a1
ST2
ST2
b52
a52
gray shaded pins are not connected
VDD
a1
a2
GND
b1
b2
GND
VDD
a3
a4
GND
b3
b4
GND
a5
a6
SPI-CLK
b5
b6
BO7
a7
a8
SPI-SS
b7
b8
BO6
a9
a10
SPI-MISO
b9
b10
BO5
a11
a12
SPI-MOSI
b11
b12
BO4
a13
a14
TMR-1
b13
b14
BO3
a15
a16
TMR-0
b15
b16
BO2
GND
a17
a18
b17
b18
BO1
GND
a19
a20
IRQ3
b19
b20
BO0
a21
a22
VGRA6
VSYNC
b21
b22
GO7
a23
a24
VGRA7
HSYNC
b23
b24
GO6
a25
a26
b25
b26
GO5
a27
a28
DCLKO
b27
b28
GO4
a29
a30
GND
b29
b30
GO3
a31
a32
GND
b31
b32
GO2
GND
a33
a34
b33
b34
GO1
GND
a35
a36
b35
b36
GO0
VGRA0
a37
a38
b37
b38
RO7
VGRA1
a39
a40
b39
b40
RO6
VGRA2
a41
a42
I2C2-SCL
b41
b42
RO5
VGRA3
a43
a44
I2C2-SDA
b43
b44
RO4
VGRA4
a45
a46
I2C3-SDA
b45
b46
RO3
VGRA5
a47
a48
I2C3-SCL
b47
b48
RO2
VDD
a49
a50
GND
RO0
b49
b50
GND
VDD
a51
a52
GND
RO1
b52
b51
GND
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5 Interfaces on CRX02
5.1
Power Supply Connector
For Power there is one Phoenix connector type MSTB2,5 with 2 pins on the right hand side.
PWR
Pin 1
Pin 2
+ 9V to +30V
- (GND)
Additionally there is a Wrap connector.
PWRE
Pin 1
Pin 2
+ 9V to +30V
- (GND)
On the left hand side there are two additional connectors to supply external boards.
PWRX is used to supply power to the MPE06.
PWX / PWY
Pin 1
VCC (5V)
Pin 2
GND
4
3
2
Pin 3
GND
Pin 4
VDD (3,3V)
PWRY
4
PWRX
3
1
CAN A
5.2
CAN B
Reset
The push button switch on the front panel of the CRX02 generates a hard reset to the board.
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5.3
CAN Interfaces
5.3.1 CAN 1 + CAN 2 Interconnection
Signal
CAN1-TXD
CAN1-RXD
CAN2-TXD
CAN2-RXD
MPX5200 Signal name
PSC2-0
PSC2-1
PSC2-2
PSC2-3
ST2 pin
D44
D46
D48
D50
For CAN there are two Phoenix connectors type MSTB2,5 with 2 pins each on the left hand
side.
CAN1
Pin 1
CAN1-L
CAN2
Pin 2
CAN1-H
Pin 1
CAN2-L
Pin 2
CAN2.H
Additional there are 2 Wrap pins each.
Wrap CANX
Pin 1
Pin 2
CAN1-L
CAN1-H
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Pin 1
Pin 2
CAN2-L
CAN2.H
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5.4
Serial Interfaces
There are two RS232 serial interfaces onboard the CRX02, which are connected to the UART
signals of module connector ST2-d. Both interfaces contain RTS and CTS handshake lines
and are able to handle transfer rates up to 250kbps.
5.4.1 SIOA Interconnection
RJ12-SIOA
Port
ST2
Pin:
RS232
Signal
Pin:
1
n.c.
---
---
2
RTS-1
URTS1
d38
3
GND
---
---
4
TXD-1
PSC1-0
UTXD1
d34
5
RXD-1
PSC1-1
URXD1
d36
6
n.c.
---
---
7
CTS-1
UCTS1
d40
8
n.c.
---
---
PSC1-2
PSC1-3
Wrap Connector SIOX :
SIOX
Pin 1
RTS
Pin 2
GND
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5.4.2 SIOB Interconnection:
RJ12-SIOB
Port
ST2
Pin:
RS232
Signal
Pin:
1
n.c.
---
---
2
RTS-1
URTS2
d47
3
GND
---
---
4
TXD-1
PSC6-2
UTXD2
d45
5
RXD-1
PSC6-0
URXD2
d41
6
n.c.
---
---
7
CTS-1
UCTS2
d43
8
n.c.
---
---
PSC6-3
PSC6-1
Wrap Connector SIOY :
SIOY
Pin 1
RTS
Pin 2
GND
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RXD
Pin 5
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5.4.3 RJ12 Connector - Front view (SIOA, SIOB)
8
n.c.
7
CTS
6
GND
5
RXD
4
TXD
3
n.c.
2
RTS
1
n.c.
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5.5
Ethernet LAN interface
The MPC5200's Network interface (ETH-0 to ETH-17) is connected to MII1 on the Carrier
CRX02.
LAN interface is based on Intel 10/100 Mbps Ethernet PHY LXT971A.
The PHY is being controlled via the MII interface of the MPC5200 processor.
The MII interrupt occupies interrupt line IRQ1 on the MPC5200.
LXT971 Signal
REFCLK
RESET
TXSLEW0
TXSLEW1
ADDR0
ADDR1
ADDR2
ADDR3
ADDR4
SLEEP
PAUSE
TEST0
TEST1
PWRDWN
MDDIS
MDINT
MDC
MDIO
RXCK
TXCK
RXD3
RXD2
RXD1
RXD0
TXD0
TXD1
TXD2
TXD3
RXER
RXDV
TXEN
TXER
CRS
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25 MHz
HRST
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
MPC5200-IRQ1
MPC5200-ETH-6
MPC5200-ETH-7
MPC5200-ETH-9
MPC5200-ETH-11
MPC5200-ETH-15
MPC5200-ETH-14
MPC5200-ETH-13
MPC5200-ETH-12
MPC5200-ETH-1
MPC5200-ETH-2
MPC5200-ETH-3
MPC5200-ETH-4
MPC5200-ETH-16
MPC5200-ETH-8
MPC5200-ETH-0
MPC5200-ETH-5
MPC5200-ETH-17
MPC5200-ETH-10
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NET-PHY Clock
CPU Reset Signal
4,3ns Slew Rate
Device Address 1
Sleep Mode off
Pause during Auto-Negotiation
Power Down Mode off
Management Port active
Management Interrupt
Management Data Clock
Management Data I/O
Receive Clock
Transmit Clock
Receive Data Bit 3
Receive Data Bit 2
Receive Data Bit 1
Receive Data Bit 0
Transmit Data Bit 0
Transmit Data Bit 1
Transmit Data Bit 2
Transmit Data Bit 3
Receive Error
Receive Data Valid
Transmit Enable
Transmit Error
Carrier Sense
Collision Detected
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RJ45 LAN Connector - Front view
8
Term 2
7
Term 2
6
RX-
5
Term 1
4
Term 1
3
RX+
2
TX-
1
TX+
LAN
LAN Wrap Connector
Pin 1
TX-
LANA
Pin 2
Term 1
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LANB
Pin 2
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5.7
USB Interfaces
The CRX02 offers 2 USB ports specification Rev.1.1.
Signals Port 1
USB1-OE
USB1-TXN
USB1-TXP
USB1-RXD
USB1-RXP
USB1-RXN
USB1-SPD
USB1-SUS
USB1-OVR
Signals Port 2
USB2-OE
USB2-TXN
USB2-TXP
USB2-RXD
USB2-RXP
USB2-RXN
USB2-SPD
USB2-SUS
USB2-OVR
MPX5200 Signal name
USB1-0
USB1-1
USB1-2
USB1-3
USB1-4
USB1-5
USB1-6
USB1-7
USB1-8
USB1-9
ST2 pin
d2
d4
d6
d8
d10
d12
d14
d16
d18
d20
MPX5200 Signal name
PSC3-0
PSC3-1
PSC3-2
PSC3-3
PSC3-4
PSC3-5
PSC3-6
PSC3-7
PSC3-8
PSC3-9
ST2 pin
d5
d7
d9
d11
d13
d15
d17
d19
d21
d23
5.7.1 USB-A / USB-B Connector Pin out:
Pin:
1
2
3
4
USB-A
Vbus+
DD+
GND
USB-B
Vbus+
DD+
GND
Wrap Connectors USBX, USBY:
USBX / USBY
Pin 1
Vbus+
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5.8
CompactFlash Card Interface
The CF Card interface of the CRX02 works in True-IDE mode only with a 3.3V supply. The
card slot works with the MPX5200 module in GPCM mode by the following signals.
5.8.1 CF Card - Interconnect mapping
CF-Card
MPX5200
CE1
IDE Task File & Data
LCS3/LA27=0
CE2
IDE Control & Status
LCS3/LA27=1
IOR
IDE read
LGPL2
IOW
IDE write
LWE0#/LWE1#
A0
LSB Address
LA30
A1
Address
LA29
A2
MSB Address
LA28
IRQ
interrupt
IRQ3#
IORDY
not used, fixed timing
(LGPL4)
D0-D7
even byte
AD7-AD0
D8-D15
odd byte
AD15-AD8
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5.8.2 CF Card Connector - Pin-out
CF
ST1 Pin
Signal
Signal
CF
ST1 Pin
1
GND
---
26
2
D3
D11
27
3
D4
D12
28
4
D5
D13
29
5
D6
D14
30
6
D7
D15
31
7
CE1#
CE2#
32
8
GND
---
33
9
GND
IOR#
34
10
GND
IOW#
35
11
GND
+3V3
36
12
GND
IRQ
37
13
+3V3
+3V3
38
14
GND
GND
39
15
GND
---
40
16
GND
RST#
41
17
GND
WAIT#
42
18
A2
---
43
19
A1
+3V3
44
20
A0
---
45
21
D0
---
46
22
D1
D8
47
23
D2
D9
48
24
---
D10
49
25
---
GND
50
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6.1
Video In
For Video capture the SAA7113 from Philips (NXP) is used. Inputs AI11 and AI21 are
connected to a 4-pin Mini-DIN (SVGA) socket.
For more details about the chip refer to manufacturers manual.
Signal
VIN1
VIN2
SAA7113 Signal name
AI11
AI21
SAA7113 pin
4
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NOTE: Video In 3 and 4 are not externally available.
6.2
Display
Display connector offers the capability to connect one or two LVDS displays with following
features:
LVDS A
LVDS B
Standard assembly
3x 8 Bit
3x 6 Bit or
3x 8 Bit compatibility mode
Alternate assembly
3x 6 Bit or
3x 6 Bit or
3x 8 Bit compatibility mode
3x 8 Bit compatibility mode
WARNING: SEE SECTION 6.6.4!
For dual head applications both displays may be used for resolution up to 800 x 600 visible
pixel.
Please check manual of your display to find correct interconnection for LVDS-signals.
Usage of multiplexing is different for displays of different manufacturers, as described in the
following paragraphs.
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6.2.1 LVDS-A mux scheme for 8 bit LG displays
This is standard on LVDS-A. Please check if your display input requires this scheme. As
LVDS-transmitter National DS90C385AMT chip is used.
Out
TxOUT3
Input Data
TxIn23 TxIn17 TxIn16 TxIn11 TxIn10 TxIn5
HIGH BO7
BO6
GO7
GO6
RO7
TxOUT2
TxIn26 TxIn25 TxIn24 TxIn22 TxIn21 TxIn20 TxIn19
DISPE VSYN HSYN BO5
BO4
BO3
BO2
TxOUT1
TxIn18 TxIn15 TxIn14 TxIn13 TxIn12 TxIn9
BO1
BO0
GO5
GO4
GO3
GO2
TxIn8
GO1
TxOUT0
TxIn7
GO0
TxIn0
RO0
TxIn6
RO5
TxIn4
RO4
TxIn3
RO3
TxIn2
RO2
TxIn1
RO1
Comment
TxIn27 Not used for 6 bit
RO6
6.2.2 LVDS-B mux scheme for 6 / 8 bit compatibility displays
This is standard on LVDS-B. Please check if your display input requires this scheme. As
LVDS-transmitter National DS90C385AMT chip is used.
Out
TxOUT3
Input Data
TxIn23 TxIn17 TxIn16 TxIn11 TxIn10 TxIn5
HIGH BO1
BO0
GO1
GO0
RO1
TxOUT2
TxIn26 TxIn25 TxIn24 TxIn22 TxIn21 TxIn20 TxIn19
DISPE VSYN HSYN BO7
BO6
BO5
BO4
TxOUT1
TxIn18 TxIn15 TxIn14 TxIn13 TxIn12 TxIn9
BO3
GO2
GO7
GO6
GO5
GO4
TxIn8
GO3
TxOUT0
TxIn7
GO2
TxIn0
RO2
TxIn6
RO7
TxIn4
RO6
TxIn3
RO5
TxIn2
RO4
TxIn1
RO3
Comment
TxIn27 Not used for 6 bit
RO0
This scheme may be made available on LVDS-A also with different assembly version. Please
ask if required.
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6.3
Touch Controller
There are two different versions of touch controller assembled:
- ADS7845E for 5-wire touch screens
- ADS7846E for 4-wire touch screens
Both chips communicate via SPI Bus to the MPX5200. The SPI Bus is located on TMR2,3,4,5. For interrupt IRQ3# is used.
6.4
DACs
6.4.1 Analog Out 1 (DAC1, DAC5571, Addr = 4DH)
The analog voltage is generated by I2C-DAC type DAC5571. For details of programming
refer to manufacturers manual (Texas Instruments).
I2C-Address for this DAC is 4DH.
The DAC is working with 3,3V Vdd. The output voltage for the brightness control is adapted
to the necessary voltage range of 0 to 5V.
Digital value programmed to the DAC
000h
Voltage at TSCRA pin 3
0V
080h
0FFh
2,5V
5V
For inverters with different control voltages the output may be transformed to nearly any
range by assembling different resistors. Voltage may also use 0 to 12V if necessary.
6.4.2 Analog Out 2 (DAC2, DAC5571, Addr = 4CH)
The analog voltage is generated by I2C-DAC type DAC5571. For details of programming
refer to manufacturers manual (Texas Instruments).
I2C-Address for this DAC is 0CH.
The DAC is working with 3,3V Vdd. The output voltage for the brightness control is adapted
to the necessary voltage range of 0 to 5V.
Digital value programmed to the DAC
000h
Voltage at TSCRA pin 7
0V
080h
0FFh
2,5V
5V
For inverters with different control voltages the output may be transformed to nearly any
range by assembling different resistors. Voltage may also use 0 to 12V if necessary.
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6.5
Digital Ports (PF8574AT, Addr 38H)
The PF8574AT (NXP, Philips) is an 8-bit I/O expansion device. In this application it is used
to control the display. For programming refer to manufacturers manual.
The outputs for display control are buffered by open drain transistors.
Digital value written to
PC8574AT
After reset
000h
001h
002h
003h
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TSCRA, TSCRB pin 1
TSCRA, TSCRB pin 9
0
0
3,3V (VDD)
0
3,3V (VDD)
0
0
0
3,3V (VDD)
3,3V (VDD)
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6.6
Interface Connectors
6.6.1 Video In
Signal
VIN2
VIN3
VIN1
(Wrap header only)
VIN4
(Wrap header only)
SAA7113 signal name
AI11
AI21
AI12
SAA7113 pin
4
43
7
AI22
44
6.6.2 SPI Connector (Wrap)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Signal name
VDD
VDD
I2C2-SCL
SPI-CLK
I2C2-SDA
TMR-1
I2C3-SCL
SPI-MISO
I2C3-SDA
SPI-MOSI
MPX5200 Port
Power 3,3 V
Power 3,3 V
I2C2-SCL
TMR-5
I2C2-SDA
TMR-1
Not supported
TMR-3
Not supported
TMR-2
SPI-SS
GND
GND
TMR-5
Ground
Ground
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Function
SPI Clock
CS for external SPI
SPI Input to CPU
SPI Output from CPU
SPI standard CS
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6.6.3 PVDO
PVDO-connector offers all signals to connect custom specific displays.
Attention: signals are not buffered, directly from Lime MB86276 display controller.
Signal
Pin
Pin
Signal
GND
1
2
DCLKO
HSYNC
3
4
VSYNC
GND
5
6
RO2
RO3
7
8
RO4
RO5
9
10
RO6
RO7
11
12
GND
GO2
13
14
GO3
GO4
15
16
GO5
GO6
17
18
GO7
GND
19
20
BO2
BO3
21
22
BO4
BO5
23
24
BO6
BO7
25
26
GND
DISPE
27
28
VDD
VDD
29
30
DPSH
DPSV
31
32
VDD via 0R
GND
33
34
RO0
35
36
RO1
GO0
37
38
GO1
BO0
39
40
BO1
nc
41
42
nc
PIO2
43
44
PIO7
PIO3
45
46
PIO6
PIO4
47
48
PIO5
GND
49
50
GND
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6.6.4 Display Connector
WARNING:
The usage of the D3+ and D3- lines (LVDS pins 17 and 18) depends on the respective
display in use! Please check the display's manual FIRST!
On some displays, these pins are marked as "no connect", which in this case may mean
"DO NOT CONNECT"! If something is then connected to these pins, these displays may
fail to work, or probably even get damaged.
If you use a display that points out LVDS pins 17 and 18 as "no connect" and does not
work when plugged into the MPE06 "as is", you may have to cut these two connections
physically!
Pin on
Display
connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Pin on
Split
connector
LVDS-A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
18
19
20
19
20
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Name
Function
Display A
+ 3,3V
+ 3,3V
GND
GND
DO D0 +
GND
D1 D1 +
GND
D2 D2 +
GND
CLK CLK +
GND
D3 (SEE WARNING ABOVE!)
D3 +
(SEE WARNING ABOVE!)
GND
GND
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21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
TSCRA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
LVDS-B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
48
18
49
50
19
20
Touch Interface
Port 0 Out
Touch Y-, lower right
Analog Out 1
Touch X-, lower left
P0
LR / YDAC1
LL / XGND
Wiper
DAC2
UL / X+
P1
UR / Y+
Touch (Referenz 5 wire only)
Analog Out 2
Touch X+, upper left
Port 1 Out
Touch Y+, upper right
Display B
+ 3,3V
+ 3,3V
GND
GND
D0 D0 +
GND
D1 D1 +
GND
D2 D2 +
GND
CLK CLK +
GND
D3 (SEE WARNING ABOVE!)
D3 +
(SEE WARNING ABOVE!)
GND
GND
For Dual Head Applications two LVDS displays may be connected to the display connectors.
Applications:
1. 8 Bit LVDS
a. Position for display connector = LVDS-A
i. Suitable for LG-Philips Monitors
ii. For NEC Monitors different assembly on MPE06 is necessary
2. 6 Bit LVDS
a. Position for display connector = LVDS-B
i. Suitable for all (most) display manufacturers
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3. 2 x 6 Bit LVDS (Dual Head)
a. different assembly on MPE06 is necessary
b. LVDS-A = Display 1
c. LVDS-B = Display 2
Please check for LVDS multiplex schemes in sections 6.2.1 and 6.2.2, which one matches
your display.
6.6.5 Touch Connector TSCRB (normally not assembled)
Sort on Connector TSCR
Pin
Signal name 4-wire
TSCRB
(ADS7846)
1
LR
2
P0
3
LL
4
DAC1
5
Wiper
6
GND
7
UL
8
DAC2
9
UR
10
P1
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Signal name 5 wire
(ADS7845)
YP0
XDAC1
--GND
X+
DAC2
Y+
P1
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Touch Y-, lower right
Port 0 Out
Touch X-, lower left
Analog Out 1
Touch (Referenz 5 wire only)
Touch X+, upper left
Analog Out 2
Touch Y+, upper right
Port 1 Out
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7 Appendix
7.1
Front View - Connectors
Video-In 2 Video-In 1
L H
CAN-1
7.2
LVDS-A
Pin 1
Touch/Brightness
Pin 1
LVDS B
Pin 1
+ -
L H
CAN-2
SIO B
SIO A
2
1
USB
LAN
Reset
Power
Rear View - Assembly
Power supply pads (orientation mark)
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7.3
Left View - Assembly
MPE06
MPX5200G SPI/I2C Connector
Power to MPE06
CRX02
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7.4
CRX02 Layout - Top View
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7.5
CRX02 Layout Bottom View
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7.6
MPE06 Layout Top View
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7.7
MPE06 Layout Bottom View
7.8
Mounting MPX5200G on CRX02
See picture in section 7.2 for correct orientation.
Use 6 bolts M2.5 x 12 and nuts for mounting. Fix properly.
7.9
Mounting MPE06 on MPX5200G
Refer to the pictures in the previous sections for correct mounting.
Have the two-spacer nuts mounted on the left and right side of the CRX02 first.
Put the short MSC connector loosely in place on the corresponding pads of the MPX5200G.
Then plug the MPE06 properly in the power supply holes of the CRX02, and watch for
correct contact with the short MSC connector.
Fix the short MSC connector with 2 bolts M2.5x12 and nuts.
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