XMC4400 Motor Control Application Kit

XMC4400 Motor Control Application Kit

XMC4400 Motor Control Application Kit

Part Number: KIT_XMC44_AE3_001

How long does it take to get a motor turn?

Few minutes with the XMC4400 Motor Control Application Kit. It has everything you need to make a plug&play experience for 3

–Phase drives. This kit has a XMC4400 Microcontroller Board, the respective 24V power board including N-Channel Optimos™ power transistors and 3 phase gate driver EiceDRIVER™ from Infineon, completed with a brushless DC motor. It’s supported by the DAVE™ Motor Control Apps library, including sinusoidal and block commutation as well as various position detection and sensing schemes with encoder, resolver, hall sensors and shunts.

Features

XMC4400 Microcontroller Board

Power board:

- 24V/7.5 A

- 3-Phase Inverter with N-Channel Optimos™ power transistors (BSC031N06NS3 G) and EiceDRIVER™ gate driver

(6ED003L02-F2)

-

3-Phase Inverter by Reverse Conduction IGBT

PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING PAGES FOR THE USERS MANUAL:

User manuals included below:

- Board User's Manual "CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose"

- Board User's Manual "General Purpose Motor Drive Card"

H e x a g o n A p p l i c a t i o n K i t

For XMC4000 Family

C P U _ 4 4 A - V 2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Board User‘s Manual

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M i c r o c o n t r o l l e r

Edition 2013-02-19

Published by

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Trademarks of Infineon Technologies AG

AURIX™, C166™, CanPAK™, CIPOS™, CIPURSE™, EconoPACK™, CoolMOS™, CoolSET™,

CORECONTROL™, CROSSAVE™, DAVE™, EasyPIM™, EconoBRIDGE™, EconoDUAL™, EconoPIM™,

EiceDRIVER™, eupec™, FCOS™, HITFET™, HybridPACK™, I²RF™, ISOFACE™, IsoPACK™, MIPAQ™,

ModSTACK™, my-d™, NovalithIC™, OptiMOS™, ORIGA™, PRIMARION™, PrimePACK™, PrimeSTACK™,

PRO-

SIL™, PROFET™, RASIC™, ReverSave™, SatRIC™, SIEGET™, SINDRION™, SIPMOS™,

SmartLEWIS™, SOLID FLASH™, TEMPFET™, thinQ!™, TRENCHSTOP™, TriCore™.

Other Trademarks

Advance Design System™ (ADS) of Agilent Technologies, AMBA™, ARM™, MULTI-ICE™, KEIL™,

PRIMECELL™, REALVIEW™, THUMB™, µVision™ of ARM Limited, UK. AUTOSAR™ is licensed by

AUTOSAR development partnership. Bluetooth™ of Bluetooth SIG Inc. CAT-iq™ of DECT Forum.

COLOSSUS™, FirstGPS™ of Trimble Navigation Ltd. EMV™ of EMVCo, LLC (Visa Holdings Inc.). EPCOS™ of Epcos AG. FLEXGO™ of Microsoft Corporation. FlexRay™ is licensed by FlexRay Consortium.

HYPERTERMINAL™ of Hilgraeve Incorporated. IEC™ of Commission Electrotechnique Internationale. IrDA™ of Infrared Data Association Corporation. ISO™ of INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR

STANDARDIZATION.

MATLAB™ of MathWorks, Inc. MAXIM™ of Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.

MICROTEC™, NUCLEUS™ of Mentor Graphics Corporation. Mifare™ of NXP. MIPI™ of MIPI Alliance, Inc.

MIPS™ of MIPS Technologies, Inc., USA. muRata™ of MURATA MANUFACTURING CO., MICROWAVE

OFF

ICE™ (MWO) of Applied Wave Research Inc., OmniVision™ of OmniVision Technologies, Inc.

Openwave™ Openwave Systems Inc. RED HAT™ Red Hat, Inc. RFMD™ RF Micro Devices, Inc. SIRIUS™ of

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. SOLARIS™ of Sun Microsystems, Inc. SPANSION™ of Spansion LLC Ltd.

Symbian™ of Symbian Software Limited. TAIYO YUDEN™ of Taiyo Yuden Co. TEAKLITE™ of CEVA, Inc.

TEKTRONIX™ of Tektronix Inc. TOKO™ of TOKO KABUSHIKI KAISHA TA. UNIX™ of X/Open Company

Limited. VERILOG™, PALLADIUM™ of Cadence Design Systems, Inc. VLYNQ™ of Texas Instruments

Incorporated. VXWORKS™, WIND RIVER™ of WIND RIVER SYSTEMS, INC. ZETEX™ of Diodes Zetex

Limited.

Last Trademarks Update 2011-02-24

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

3

3.1

3.2

3.3

2

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

2.5.1

2.5.2

2.5.3

2.6

2.7

2.8

2.9

2.10

2.11

2.11.1

2.11.2

2.11.3

Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................ 7

1

1.1

1.2

Overview ............................................................................................................................................. 7

Key Features ........................................................................................................................................ 7

Block Diagram ...................................................................................................................................... 8

Hardware Description ........................................................................................................................ 9

Power Supply ....................................................................................................................................... 9

Reset .................................................................................................................................................. 12

Clock Generation................................................................................................................................ 13

Boot Option ........................................................................................................................................ 13

Debug Interface .................................................................................................................................. 14

On-board USB Debugger ................................................................................................................... 15

Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin) ...................................................................................................... 16

Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin) ............................................................................................ 17

RGB LED ............................................................................................................................................ 19

USB .................................................................................................................................................... 19

RTC .................................................................................................................................................... 21

User LEDs and User Buttons ............................................................................................................. 22

Potentiometer ..................................................................................................................................... 22

Satellite Connectors ........................................................................................................................... 23

COM Connector ................................................................................................................................. 24

HMI Connector ................................................................................................................................... 25

ACT Satellite Connector ..................................................................................................................... 26

Production Data................................................................................................................................ 26

Schematics ......................................................................................................................................... 26

Component Placement and Geometry ............................................................................................... 31

Bill of Material (BOM) ......................................................................................................................... 32

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List of Figures

Figure 1 CPU_44A-V2 Board Block Diagram..................................................................................................... 8

Figure 2 CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose (CPU_44A-V2)..................................................................... 9

Figure 3 Powering Option ................................................................................................................................. 10

Figure 4 Block Diagram Of Power Supply ........................................................................................................ 10

Figure 5 Reset Circuit ....................................................................................................................................... 12

Figure 6 Reset LED and Reset Button ............................................................................................................. 12

Figure 7 Clock Generation................................................................................................................................ 13

Figure 8 Boot Options Switch ........................................................................................................................... 13

Figure 9 Installation of Serial Port Driver .......................................................................................................... 15

Figure 10 On-Board USB Debugger .................................................................................................................. 15

Figure 11 Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin) ...................................................................................................... 16

Figure 12 Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin) Layout .......................................................................................... 16

Figure 13 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin) ............................................................................................ 17

Figure 14 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin) Layout ................................................................................ 18

Figure 15 RGB LED ............................................................................................................................................ 19

Figure 16 USB Connector .................................................................................................................................. 19

Figure 17 USB power generation - Host/OTG mode ......................................................................................... 20

Figure 18 Battery Holder for Coin Cells .............................................................................................................. 21

Figure 19 XMC4400 Power Domains and Real Time Clock .............................................................................. 21

Figure 20 User LEDs and User Buttons ............................................................................................................. 22

Figure 21 Satellite Connectors ........................................................................................................................... 23

Figure 22 Satellite Connector Type COM .......................................................................................................... 24

Figure 23 Satellite Connector Type HMI ............................................................................................................ 25

Figure 24 Satellite Connector Type ACT ............................................................................................................ 26

Figure 25 Satellite Connectors, USB-OTG ......................................................................................................... 27

Figure 26 XMC4400 ........................................................................................................................................... 28

Figure 27 Power, Debug Connectors, Reset...................................................................................................... 29

Figure 28 On-board Debugger ........................................................................................................................... 30

Figure 29 Component Placement and Geometry ............................................................................................... 31

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List of Tables

Table 1

Power status LED’s ............................................................................................................................ 10

Table 2 Power Measurement .......................................................................................................................... 11

Table 3 Boot Options Settings ........................................................................................................................ 13

Table 4 Cortex Debug Connector (10 Pin) ...................................................................................................... 16

Table 5 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20 Pin) ............................................................................................ 17

Table 6 RGB LED Connections ...................................................................................................................... 19

Table 7 USB micro AB connector Pinot .......................................................................................................... 20

Table 8 User LEDs .......................................................................................................................................... 22

Table 9 User Buttons ....................................................................................................................................... 22

Table 10 Potentiometer ..................................................................................................................................... 22

Table 11 BOM of CPU_44A-V2 Board .............................................................................................................. 32

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Introduction

This document describes the features and hardware details of the CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

(CPU_44A-V2) design ed to work with Infineon’s XMC4400 Microcontroller. This board is part of Infineon’s

Hexagon Application Kits.

1 Overview

The CPU board CPU_44A-V2 houses the XMC4400 Microcontroller and three satellite connectors (HMI, COM,

ACT) for application expansion. The board along with satellite cards (e.g. HMI_OLED-V1, COM_ETH-V1,

AUT_ISO-V1 boards) demonstrates the capabilities of the XMC4400. The main use case for this board is to demonstrate the generic features of the XMC4400 device including tool chain. The focus is safe operation under evaluation conditions. The board is neither cost nor size optimized and does not serve as a reference design.

1.1 Key Features

The CPU_44A-V2 board is equipped with the following features

XMC4400 (ARM

®

Cortex ™ -M4-based) Microcontroller, 512 kByte on-chip Flash, LQFP-100

Connection to satellite cards via the satellite connectors COM, HMI and ACT

USB OTG Host/Device support via micro USB connector

Debug options

− On-board Debugger via the Debug USB connector

− Cortex Debug connector 10-pin (0.05”)

− Cortex Debug+ETM connector 20-pin (0.05”)

Reset push button

RGB LED connected to GPIOs P1.10, P1.11 and P5.7

Boot option switch

PowerScale Connector: Ready for power consumption analysis

7 LED

’s

− 3 Power indicating LEDs

− 2 User LEDs (P5.2 and P1.8)

− 1 RESET LED

− 1 Debug LED

Two User Buttons connected to HIB_IO_0 and P0.10

Potentiometer, connected to analog input P14.1

Power supply

− Via Micro-USB connector in USB device mode

− Via satellite connector pins (COM/ACT satellites cards can supply power to CPU board)

− Via Debug USB connector

− RTC backup battery

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1.2 Block Diagram

Figure 1 shows the functional block diagram of the CPU_44A-V2 board. For more information about the power

supply please refer to chapter 2.1.

The CPU board has got the following building blocks:

3 Satellite Connectors (COM, HMI ACT)

2 User LEDs connected to GPIOs P5.2 and P1.8

2 User Buttons connected to HIB_IO_0 and P0.10

RGB LED connected to GPIOs P1.10, P1.11 and P5.7

2 Cortex Debug Connectors

Variable resistor (POTI) connected to GPIO P14.1

USB On-The-Go Connector (Micro-USB)

On-board Debugger via Debug USB connector (Micro-USB)

Debug

USB

Debug

10pin

Debug

20pin

USB

OTG

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2xButton

CPU_44A-V2

On-board

Debugger

XMC4200

2xLED

CAN

RS485

EXTBUS

ETH

CAN

QSPI

SPI

UART

RMII

CAN

U0C0

ETH

CAN1 CCU81

RGB

LED

JTAG

XMC4400

LQFP100

EE

USB GPIO

CCU

4/8

POSIF

DSD

U0C1

3xCS

U1C0

DAC

ADC

POTI

SPI

4xGPIO

CAPCOM

ENCODER

DSMOD

OPAMP

SENSOR

2xISOFACE

GPIO

I2C_IOEX

I2C I2C

I2C_IOEX

HMI

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Figure 1 CPU_44A-V2 Board Block Diagram

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2 Hardware Description

The following sections give a detailed description of the hardware and how it can be used.

USB OTG

Connector

Debug USB

Connector

ACT

Satellite

Connector

COM Satellite

Connector

On-board

Debugger

User LEDs and User

Buttons

RGB

LED

Power indicating

LEDs

Boot

Option

Switch

XMC4400

CPU

Debug

Connectors

Reset

Circuit

Potentiometer

Battery

Holder

HMI Satellite

Connector

Figure 2 CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose (CPU_44A-V2)

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2.1 Power Supply

The CPU_44A-V2 board can be powered via either of the USB plugs (5 V); however, there is a current limit that can be drawn from the host PC through USB. If the CPU_44A-V2 board is used to drive other satellite cards e.g.

MOT_GPDLV-V2 and the total system current required exceeds 500 mA, then the CPU_44A-V2 board needs to be powered by a satellite cards. These satellite cards support external power supply.

The typical current drawn by the CPU board without any satellite cards connected is about 190 mA (@5 V).

For powering the board through an USB interface, connect the USB cable provided with the kit to either of the

Micro-USB connector on board as shown in Figure 3.

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USB OTG

IFX1763

3.3V Linear

LDO Voltage

Regulator

Debug USB

PowerScale

Probe

Power.emf

Figure 3 Powering Option

To indicate the power status of the CPU_44A-V2 board three power indicating

LED’s are provided on board

(see Figure 3)

. The LED will be “ON” when the corresponding power rail is powered.

Table 1 P ower status LED’s

LED Reference Power Rail

V401

V402

VDD5

VDD5USB

VDD3.3

Voltage

5 V

5 V

3.3 V

Note

Must always be “ON”

“ON” if powered by USB OTG connector X203

“OFF” in all other supply cases

Must always be “ON”

V403

USB

OTG

Power

LED

Power

LED

Debug

USB

Power

LED

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CPU_44A-V2

VDD5USB +5V VDD5 +5V VDD3.3 +3.3V

Power indicating

LEDs

VDD5USB

U403

VDD5

U401

Lin. Voltage

Regulator

IFX1763

EN

VDD5

VDD3.3

JP300

VDD3.3

On Board Devices

U300

VDDP

HIB_IO_1

P3.2

VBAT

XMC4400

LQFP100

BATTERY

HMI Sat.

Connector

COM Sat.

Connector

Figure 4 Block Diagram Of Power Supply

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ACT Sat.

Connector

10

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Hitex PowerScale probe is provided on the CPU_44A-V2 board to measure the power consumption of the

XMC4400 device.

Table 2

Jumper

JP300

Power Measurement

Function

PowerScale

Description

A Hitex PowerScale probe can be connected for current sensing the

VDD3.3 (CPU power source). Default: pos. 1-2 (closed)

Note: On the PCB there is a shorting trace between pin 1-2. This trace has to be cut first, before using PowerScale. Pin 3 is GND.

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2.2 Reset

A reset signal connected to the low-active PORST# pin of the target CPU (U300) can be issued by

an on-board Reset Button (SW400, RESET)

an on-board debug device (U500)

an external debugger connected to either Cortex Debug connector X400 or X401

The RESET signal is routed to all satellite connectors. The reset circuit includes a red LED (V407) to indicate the reset status: The Reset

LED (V407) will be “ON” during active reset state and will be “OFF” if reset is not active.

Be aware that PORST# is a bidirectional reset pin of the XMC4000 family which can also be pulled low by the

XMC4000 device itself.

Figure 5 Reset Circuit

Figure 6 Reset LED and Reset Button

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Reset Button

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2.3 Clock Generation

An external 12 MHz crystal provides the clock signal to the XMC4400 microcontroller. The drive strength of the oscillator is set to maximum by software, in order to ensure a safe start-up of the oscillator even under worst case conditions. Therefore a serial 510 Ohm resistor will attenuate the oscillations during operations.

For the RTC clock a separate external 32.768 kHz crystal is used on board.

Figure 7 Clock Generation

2.4 Boot Option

During power-on-reset the XMC4400 latches the dip switch SW300 settings via the TCK and the TMS pin.

Based on the values latched different boot options are possible.

Table 3

BSL (TMS)

OFF (1)

ON (0)

OFF (1)

ON (0)

Boot Options Settings

CAN/UART (TCK)

UART (0)

UART (0)

CAN (1)

CAN (1)

Boot Option

Normal Mode (Boot from flash)

ASC BSL Enabled (Boot from UART)

BMI Customized Boot Enabled

CAN BSL Enabled (Boot from CAN)

Boot

Option

Switch

Figure 8 Boot Options Switch

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2.5 Debug Interface

The CPU_44A-V2 board supports debugging via 3 different channels:

On-board Debugger

Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin)

Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin)

The Hexagon Application Boards ar e designed to use “Serial Wire Debug” as debug interface. JTAG debug is not supported by default because the GPIO P0.7, where the required TDI function is mapped to also, is used by various Actuator boards connected to the ACT satellite connector.

Note: It is strongly recommended not to use JTAG debug mode, especially if satellites boards are connected, which uses the GPIO 0.7. For the same reason also do not use the on-board debugger in JTAG mode.

If you want to use the JTAG debug mode through the cortex debug connectors (X400, X401) anyway, enable the JTAG interface of the XMC device by assembling the pull-up resistor R427 (4k7 Ohm) and the resistor R410

(0 - 33 Ohm).

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2.5.1 On-board USB Debugger

The on-board debugger [1] supports

Serial Wire Debug

Serial Wire Viewer

Full Duplex UART communication via a USB Virtual COM

[1] Attention: Newer firmware versions of the on-board debugger require the latest J-Link driver (V4.62 or higher) and a Serial Port Driver (CDC driver) installed on your computer. Please check “Install J-Link Serial

Port Driver” when installing the latest J-Link driver (see Figure 9)

Figure 9 Installation of Serial Port Driver

The on-board debugger can be accessed through the Debug USB connector shown in Figure 10. The Debug

LED V502 shows the status during debugging.

Debug USB

Debug LED

On-board

Debugger

Debugger.emf

Figure 10 On-Board USB Debugger

When using an external debugger connected to the 10pin/20pin Cortex Debug Connector, the on-board debugger is switched off.

When using the USB virtual COM port function of the on-board debugger the UART interface to the COM satellite is disabled through the switches U301 and U303.

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2.5.2 Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin)

The CPU_44A-V2 board supports Serial Wire Debug operation and Serial Wire Viewer operation (via the SWO signal when Serial Wire Debug mode is used) through the 10-pin Cortex Debug Connector.

Cortex Debug

Connector (10-pin)

VCC 1

GND 3

GND 5

KEY 7

GNDDetect 9

2 SWDIO / TMS

4 SWDCLK / TCK

6 SWO / TDO

8 NC / TDI

10 nRESET

Figure 11 Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin)

Table 4

4

5

6

7

Pin No.

1

2

3

8

9

10

Cortex Debug Connector (10 Pin)

Signal Name

VCC

SWDIO / TMS

GND

SWDCLK / TCK

GND

SWO / TDO

KEY

NC / TDI

GNDDetect nRESET

Serial Wire Debug

+3.3 V

Serial Wire Data I/O

Ground

Serial Wire Clock

Ground

Trace Data OUT

KEY

Not connected

Ground Detect

Reset (Active Low) cortex-10pin.emf

JTAG Debug

+3.3 V

Test Mode Select

Ground

Test Clock

Ground

Test Data OUT

KEY

Test Data IN

Ground Detect

Reset (Active Low)

Cortex Debug

Connector (10 Pin)

Figure 12 Cortex Debug Connector (10-pin) Layout

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2.5.3 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin)

The CPU_44A-V2 board supports Serial Wire Debug operation, Serial Wire Viewer operation (via SWO connection when Serial Wire Debug mode is used) through the 20-pin Cortex Debug+ETM Connector. The board does not support the Instruction Trace operation.

JTAG Debug operation additionally would require the TDI (P0.7) signal. By default the TDI signal is disconnected from the Cortex Debug Connectors by a not assembled resistor R410, because the pin P0.7 is used by some Actuator boards connected to the ACT satellite connector.

Cortex Debug+ETM

Connector (20-pin)

VCC 1

GND 3

GND

5

KEY 7

GNDDetect

9

GND/TgtPwr+Cap

11

GND/TgtPwr+Cap 13

GND

15

GND 17

GND 19

2 SWDIO / TMS

4 SWDCLK / TCK

6 SWO / TDO / EXTa / TRACECTL

8 NC/EXTb/TDI

10 nRESET

12 TRACECLK(NC)

14 TRACEDATA[0] (NC)

16 TRACEDATA[1] (NC)

18 TRACEDATA[2] (NC)

20 TRACEDATA[3] (NC)

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Figure 13 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin)

Table 5 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20 Pin)

12

13

14

15

8

9

10

11

4

5

6

7

Pin No. Signal Name

1 VCC

2

3

SWDIO / TMS

GND

SWDCLK / TCK

GND

SWO / TDO

KEY

NC / TDI

GNDDetect nRESET

GND/TgtPwr+Cap

TRACECLK*

GND/TgtPwr+Cap

TRACEDATA[0]*

GND

Serial Wire Debug

+3.3 V

Serial Wire Data I/O

Ground

Serial Wire Clock

Ground

Trace Data OUT

KEY

Not connected

Ground Detect

Reset (Active Low)

Ground

TRACECLK*

Ground

TRACEDATA[0]*

Ground

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JTAG Debug

+3.3 V

Test Mode Select

Ground

Test Clock

Ground

Test Data OUT

KEY

Test Data IN

Ground Detect

Reset (Active Low)

Ground

TRACECLK*

Ground

TRACEDATA[0]*

Ground

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Table 5 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20 Pin)

Pin No. Signal Name

16

17

TRACEDATA[1]*

GND

18

19

20

TRACEDATA[2]*

GND

TRACEDATA[3]*

Serial Wire Debug

TRACEDATA[1]*

Ground

TRACEDATA[2]*

Ground

TRACEDATA[3]*

Note: * Not connected on the CPU_44A-V2 board.

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JTAG Debug

TRACEDATA[1]*

Ground

TRACEDATA[2]*

Ground

TRACEDATA[3]*

Cortex Debug+ETM

Connector (20 Pin)

Figure 14 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector (20-pin) Layout

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2.6 RGB LED

The CPU_44A-V2 board has a tricolored LED. The LED glows with either Red/Blue/Green colors as controlled by the GPIO pins given below.

Table 6 RGB LED Connections

Pin No. / Function

P5.7 / CCU81.OUT02

P1.11 / CCU81.OUT11

P1.10 / CCU81.OUT21

LED Color

RED

GREEN

BLUE

Figure 15 RGB LED

2.7 USB

The XMC4400 supports USB interface in host only mode, device only mode or as an OTG Dual Role Device

(DRD). In USB device mode, power is expected through VBUS (pin 1 of X203C) from an external host (e.g. PC).

When the current consumption of the application running on the Hexagon Application system is higher than

500 mA, power from an external source through satellite cards shall be used.

Note: Some PCs, notebooks or hubs have a weak USB supply which is not sufficient for proper supply. In this case use an external 5 Volt power supply or a powered USB hub.

Figure 16 USB Connector

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Hardware Description

USB ID pin of the USB connector (pin 4 of X203C) is connected to the port pin P0.9 of the XMC4400. On this port pin the USD identification signal (USB.ID) of XMC4000 USB module is mapped to. An OTG device will detect whether a USB Micro-A or Micro-B plug is inserted by checking the ID pin. When the ID = FALSE a

Micro-A connector is plugged in and when ID = TRUE a Micro-B connector is plugged in.

When the ID is true the XMC4400 acts as a USB host else as a USB device.

Table 7

Pin No.

1

2

3

4

5

USB micro AB connector Pinot

Pin Name

VBUS

D-

D+

ID

GND

Pin Description

5 V

Data Minus

Data Plus

Identification

Ground

Figure 17 USB power generation - Host/OTG mode

In the host only mode and OTG mode the CPU_44A-V2 board is capable of supplying power to the connected device (e.g. USB mouse). The board has a power-switch which is controlled by the USB.BUSDRIVE signal of the XMC4400. The USB.BUSDRIVE signal is mapped to port pin P3.2 (active high).

In the Host/OTG mode a low active FAULT signal indicates to the port pin P3.1 of the XMC4400, if more than

500 mA current is drawn by the external device.

Diode V400 will allow powering the board through USB in all USB modes via e.g. a PC.

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CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Hardware Description

2.8 RTC

The XMC4400 CPU has two power domains, the Core Domain and Hibernate Domain.

The Core Domain (VDDP pins) is connected to the VDD3.3 rail. An on-board LDO voltage regulator generates

VDD3.3 (3.3 V) from VDD5 (5 V).

The Hibernate Domain is powered via the auxiliary supply pin VBAT, which is supplied by either a 3 V coin cell

(size 1216, 1220, 1225) plugged into the battery holder or 3.3 V (VDD3.3) generated by the on-board voltage regulator.

Battery

Holder

Battery.emf

Figure 18 Battery Holder for Coin Cells

The Real Time Clock (RTC) is located in the hibernate domain. The XMC4400 uses the HIB_IO_1 signal (active low) to shut down the external LDO voltage regulator which generates the VDD3.3 (Core Domain). Even if the

Core Domain is not powered the Hibernate Domain will operate if VBAT is available. The RTC keeps running as long as the Hibernate Domain is powered via the auxiliary supply VBAT. The RTC is capable to wake-up the whole system from Hibernate mode by setting HIB_IO_1 to high.

12 MHz

XMC4400

CPU

IFX1763

LDO

Voltage Reg.

EN

VDD3.3

VDDP

Core Domain

Hibernate Domain

HIBIO_1

Hibernate

Control

RTC

VBAT

32.768 kHz

Internal OSC External OSC

Battery

+

RTC.emf

Figure 19 XMC4400 Power Domains and Real Time Clock

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CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Hardware Description

2.9 User LEDs and User Buttons

The port pins P5.2 and P1.8 of the XMC4400 are connected to the LEDs V300 and V301 respectively. More

User

LED’s are available through the I2C GPIO expander on most of the satellite cards.

Table 8

LED

V300

V301

User LEDs

Connected to Port Pin

GPIO P5.2

GPIO P1.8

Two User Buttons, SW301 and SW302 are connected to P0.10 and HIB_IO_0 of XMC4400.

Table 9 User Buttons

Button Connected to Port Pin

BUTTON1 / SW301 HIB_IO_0

BUTTON2 / SW302 P0.10

User

LED1

2 User

Button

User

LED2

Button_LED.emf

Figure 20 User LEDs and User Buttons

2.10 Potentiometer

The CPU_44A-V2 board provides a potentiometer POT1 for ease of use and testing of the on-chip analog to digital converter. The potentiometer is connected to the analog input G0_CH1 (P14.1). The analog output of the potentiometer ranges from 0 V to 3.3 V.

Table 10 Potentiometer

Potentiometer

R300

Connected to Port Pin

P14.1 / G0_CH1 (Group 0, channel 1)

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CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Hardware Description

2.11 Satellite Connectors

The CPU_44A-V2 board provides three satellite connectors for application extension by satellite cards:

COM satellite connector (Communication)

HMI satellite connector (Human Machine Interface)

ACT satellite connector (Actuator)

Note: Satellite cards shall be connected to their matching satellite connectors only. (For e.g. COM satellite cards shall be connected to COM satellite connector only)

COM Satellite

Connector

ACT Satellite

Connector

HMI Satellite

Connector

Figure 21 Satellite Connectors

Board User's Manual

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CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Hardware Description

2.11.1 COM Connector

The COM satellite connector on the CPU_44A-V2 board allows interface expansion through COM satellite cards

(e.g. COM_ETH-V1)

CPU_44A-V2

Satellite

Connector

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43

46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80

45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79

CPU_44A-V2

Figure 22 Satellite Connector Type COM

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CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Hardware Description

2.11.2 HMI Connector

The HMI satellite connector on the CPU_44A-V2 board allows interface expansion through HMI satellite cards.

CPU_44A-V2

Satellite

Connector

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43

46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80

45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79

CPU_44A-V2

Figure 23 Satellite Connector Type HMI

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CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Production Data

2.11.3 ACT Satellite Connector

The ACT satellite connector on the CPU_44A-V2 board allows interface expansion through ACT satellite cards.

CPU_44A-

V2

Satellite

Connector

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43

46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80

45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79

CPU_44A-

V2

Figure 24 Satellite Connector Type ACT

(1) P0.7 can also be used for JTAG Debugging (TDI)

(2) P0.8 is used as TRST in order to enable JTAG Debug

(3) This pin is connected with the satellite connector via an analog switch

(4) This ADC input does not suppor t “Out of Range Detection”

(5)

This pin must be “enabled” by a solder jump.

(6) Support High Resolution PWM

3 Production Data

3.1 Schematics

This chapter contains the schematics for the CPU board:

Satellite Connectors, USB-OTG

XMC4400

Power, Debug Connectors, Reset

On-board Debugger

The board has been designed with Eagle. The full PCB design data of this board can also be downloaded from www.infineon.com/xmc-dev .

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CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Production Data

AGND

VDD5

VDD5

C210

100nF/0402

C209

100nF/0402

VDD5

VDD5

VDD5

VDD5 AGND

VDD5

VDD5

C206

100nF/0402

C205

100nF/0402

VDD5

VDD5

Figure 25 Satellite Connectors, USB-OTG

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VDD5

VDD5

C202

100nF/0402

C201

100nF/0402

VDD5USB

VDD3.3

R204

10k/0402

ZX62-AB-5PA

2

1

D2

D1

3

R200

1M/0402

Revision 1.0, 2013-02-19

VDD3.3

C322

100nF/0402

C310

100nF/0402

VDD3.3

R304

4k7/0402

ON

1 2

CAN

UART

R302

4k7/0402

P0.[0..15],P1.[0..15],P2.[0..15],P3.[0..15],P4.[0..7],P5.[0..11],P6.[0..6],P14.[0..15],P15.[2..15]

CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Production Data

VBAT

R311

10k/0402

VDD3.3

R312

10k/0402

15pF/0402

15pF/0402

15pF/0402

15pF/0402

C316

C315

C312

C317

AGND

AGND

VDDP

L301

L300

BLM18PG600

BLM18PG600

AGND

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

680R/0603

E A

R300

POTI/10K/VERT

R305

R301

680R/0603

LED-GE/D/0603

LED1

V300

LED2

V301

LED-GE/D/0603

AGND

Figure 26 XMC4400

Board User's Manual

R307

2k2/0603

R306

2k2/0603

P0.[0..15],P1.[0..15],P2.[0..15],P3.[0..15],P4.[0..7],P5.[0..11],P6.[0..6],P14.[0..15],P15.[2..15]

VDD3.3

2

4

3

1

100R/0603

270R/0603

100R/0603

R308

R303

R309

28

VBAT

VDD5USB

Jumper closed with a cutable trace on bottom layer

VDDP

VDD3.3

PowerScale

Hitex

JP300

P

M

G

C326

C325

C303

C302

C301

C300

C306

C305

C304

C307

C308

C324

C323

10uF/10V/0805

10uF/10V/0805

10uF/10V/0805

10uF/10V/0805

10uF/10V/0805

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

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VDD3.3

VDD5

VDD5

R415

270k/0402

C406

10nF/0402

C407

10uF/10V/0805

R417

C413

100nF/0402 no ass./0R/0603

C405

10uF/10V/0805

R413 no ass./10k/0402

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

R419

10k/0402

CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Production Data

V407

LED-RT/D/0603

R420

2k2/0603

VDD5USB

VDD3.3

VDD5

680R/0603

1k5/0603

1k5/0603

R405

TP406

1 no ass.

R406

TP407

1 no ass.

R407

TP405

1 no ass.

TP404

1 no ass.

LED-GN/D/0603

LED-GN/D/0603

V401

V403

V402

LED-GN/D/0603

VBAT

VDD3.3

3

2

1

V406

BAV70W

2+

1+

+

-

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

1

V404

2

BAT54-02V

V405

2 1

BAT54-02V

VDD5

C

V408

A

BAS3010A-03W

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

R401

10k/0402

FLE-103

PCB edge CPU-Board

FTSH-105

DM2 extension PCB

VDD5USB

VDD3.3

R412

10k/0402

VDD5

VDD3.3

R411 no ass./10k/0402

GND

2

+

R428

10k/0402

Figure 27 Power, Debug Connectors, Reset

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CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Production Data

VDD3.3

R504

680R/0603 V502

LED-GN/D/0603

VDD3.3

ZX62-AB-5PA

VDD5

C

V501

A

BAS3010A-03W

4k7/0402

2

1

V500

D2

D1

3

R506

ESD8V0L2B-03L

10k/0402

R507

R505

1M/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

10uF/10V/0805

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

10uF/10V/0805

C507

C506

C505

C504

C509

C508

C510

VDD3.3

15pF/0402

15pF/0402

C501

C500

VDD3.3

R503

10k/0402

Figure 28 On-board Debugger

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3.2 Component Placement and Geometry

CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Production Data

X 200

2

46

80

C201

R204

V 408

C411

X 203

V 201

R202

C412

L201

R412

R428

V 400

U403

C406

X 500

V 500

V 502

R502

A DJ_2

L500

C508

V 501

R507

C510

C

50

4

C507

U500

44

C202

R413

R415

U401

S W301

S W302

V 301

C405

C407

C413

GND

A

PS

V 302

+

C

31

1

93.57

SW30

1

2

0

ON

R303

R309

R308

R404

R302

R304

V 405

X

4

01

FLE

R401

C322

FTS

H

U303 U301

C310

JP

30

0

C

32

4

C

32

5

C

30

Q302

2

C

31

2

C

C

30

L3

30

1

C

5

L3

30

00

01

9

U300

Q

30

1

C506

C

31

7

C

C

31

4

30

C

6

30

0

C323

C

30

8

C

C

30

30

7

3

C

32

6

C502

C509

S W400

C415

R419

2

C505

C503

R500

Q500

R427

C206

C205

44

V403

V401

V402

Q404

R40

7

R40

5

R40

6

R420

V 407

A DJ_3

46

80

X 201

TP404

TP405

TP406

TP407

R503

X

4

02

X

4

00

C414

V 406

14.70

V 404

A DJ_1

R410

17.82

C209

2.4

C210

25.08

80 46 44

86.60

2

Figure 29 Component Placement and Geometry

X 202

Alle Angaben in [mm] +/-0.1

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3.3

CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Production Data

Bill of Material (BOM)

Table 11 BOM of CPU_44A-V2 Board

Pos. Qty Value

No.

Device Reference Des.

1

2

3

4

5

6

1

2

2

3

3

1

0R/0603

1M/0402

1k5/0603

2k2/0603

4k7/0402

4u7F/0805

7 11 10k/0402

8 2 10nF/0402

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Capacitor, ceramic

Resistor

Capacitor

R416

R200, R505

R405, R406

R306, R307, R420

R302, R304, R506

C412

R204, R311, R312, R401, R412,

R414, R419, R422, R428, R503, R507

C406, C415

9 9

10 2

11 6

12 1

13 5

14 2

15 2

16 2

10uF/10V/0805

12MHZ/S/3.2X2.5

15pF/0402

32.768KHz

33R/0402

33R/0402

74LVC1G66DCK

100R/0603

Capacitor, ceramic

Crystal, NX3225GD, NDK

Capacitor

Crystal, NX3215SA, NDK

Resistor

Resistor

IC, Single Analog Switch

Resistor

C308, C323, C324, C325, C326,

C405, C407, C506, C510

Q302, Q500

C312, C315, C316, C317, C500, C501

Q301

R402, R403, R404, R501, R502

R202, R203

U301, U303

R308, R309

C200, C201, C202, C205, C206,

C209, C210, C300, C301, C302,

17 31 100nF/0402

18 2

19 1

20 1

21 1

22 2

23 4

24 3

25 2

26 1

27 1

28 1

29 4

30 2

31 3

32 3

100uF/T/10V/C

219-02

270R/0603

270k/0402

510R/0603

680R/0603

BAS3010A-03W

BAT54-02V

BAV70W

BC858C

C303, C304, C305, C306, C307,

C309, C310, C311, C318, C319,

C322, C400, C401, C413, C502,

C504, C505, C507, C508, C509, C511 Capacitor

Capacitor, bipolar

Dual DIP-Switch, 0.1" SMD

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Diode, SOD323, Infineon

Diode, SC79, Infineon

Diode, SOT323, Infineon

C411, C414

SW300

R303

R415

R313, R500

R301, R305, R407, R504

V400, V408, V501

V404, V405

V406

Transistor, SOT23-3, Infineon Q404

BK-885

BLM18PG600

ESD8V0L2B-03L

FIDUCIAL

Battery Holder, 12mm Coin

Cell

Ferrite Bead, 0603, Murata

Diode, TSLP-3-1, Infineon

FIDUCIAL

X402

L201, L300, L301, L500

V201, V500

ADJ_1, ADJ_2, ADJ_3

HSEC8_MATING-CARD Connector, Edgecard, Samtec X200, X201, X202

33 1

34 2

35 4

36 1

37 1

38 1

39 1

IFX1763-3.3

LED-GE/D/0603

LED-GN/D/0603

LED-RT/D/0603

Voltage Regulator, 3.3V LDO,

Infineon

LED, yellow

LED, green

LED, red

LED/RGB/D/LCC4_SMALL LED, RGB, LCC4_SMALL

POTI/10K/VERT

S2*10/1.27SO

U401

V300, V301

V401, V402, V403, V502

V407

Connector, FTSH-110-01-L-

DV-K-P, Samtec

V302

Potentiometer, K09K1130A8G,

ALPS R300

X400

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CPU_44A-V2

CPU Board XMC4400 General Purpose

Production Data

Table 11 BOM of CPU_44A-V2 Board

Pos. Qty Value

No.

40 3

41 1

42 1

43 1

44 1

45 2

46 1

47 4

48 1

49 1

50 2

51 1

52 1

53 1

TMPS2-SMD

TPS2051BDBV

XE3K_DM2+CTX

XMC4200_QFN48

XMC4400_LQFP100

ZX62-AB-5PA no ass. no ass. no ass./0R/0603 no ass./4k7/0402 no ass./10k/0402 no ass./10nF/0402 no ass./33R/0402 no ass.

Device

Switch, tactile

IC, Power Switch

Connector, FTSH-105-01-LM-

DV-K, without pin 7, Samtec

Connector, FLE-103-01-G-DV,

Reference Des.

Samtec

IC, XMC4200, QFN48,

Infineon

X401

U500

IC, XMC4400, LQFP100,

Infineon U300

Connector, Micro-USB, Hirose X203, X500

Pinheader, 4-pin, 0.1" TH

Pinheader, 1-pin, 0.1" TH

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Capacitor

Resistor

Pinheader, 3-pin, 0.1" TH,

Hitex PowerScale

SW301, SW302, SW400

U403

X501

TP404, TP405, TP406, TP407

R417

R427

R411, R413

C503

R410

JP300

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For XMC4000 Family

M O T _ G P D L V - V 2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Board User‘s Manual

Revision 1.0, 2012-09-21

M i c r o c o n t r o l l e r

Edition 2012-09-21

Published by

Infineon Technologies AG

81726 Munich, Germany

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All Rights Reserved.

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General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Trademarks of Infineon Technologies AG

AURIX™, C166™, CanPAK™, CIPOS™, CIPURSE™, EconoPACK™, CoolMOS™, CoolSET™,

CORECONTROL™, CROSSAVE™, DAVE™, EasyPIM™, EconoBRIDGE™, EconoDUAL™, EconoPIM™,

EiceDRIVER™, eupec™, FCOS™, HITFET™, HybridPACK™, I²RF™, ISOFACE™, IsoPACK™, MIPAQ™,

ModSTACK™, my-d™, NovalithIC™, OptiMOS™, ORIGA™, PRIMARION™, PrimePACK™, PrimeSTACK™,

PRO-

SIL™, PROFET™, RASIC™, ReverSave™, SatRIC™, SIEGET™, SINDRION™, SIPMOS™,

SmartLEWIS™, SOLID FLASH™, TEMPFET™, thinQ!™, TRENCHSTOP™, TriCore™.

Other Trademarks

Advance Design System™ (ADS) of Agilent Technologies, AMBA™, ARM™, MULTI-ICE™, KEIL™,

PRIMECELL™, REALVIEW™, THUMB™, µVision™ of ARM Limited, UK. AUTOSAR™ is licensed by

AUTOSAR development partnership. Bluetooth™ of Bluetooth SIG Inc. CAT-iq™ of DECT Forum.

COLOSSUS™, FirstGPS™ of Trimble Navigation Ltd. EMV™ of EMVCo, LLC (Visa Holdings Inc.). EPCOS™ of Epcos AG. FLEXGO™ of Microsoft Corporation. FlexRay™ is licensed by FlexRay Consortium.

HYPERTERMINAL™ of Hilgraeve Incorporated. IEC™ of Commission Electrotechnique Internationale. IrDA™ of Infrared Data Association Corporation. ISO™ of INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR

STANDARDIZATION. MATLAB™ of MathWorks, Inc. MAXIM™ of Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.

MICROTEC™, NUCLEUS™ of Mentor Graphics Corporation. Mifare™ of NXP. MIPI™ of MIPI Alliance, Inc.

MIPS™ of MIPS Technologies, Inc., USA. muRata™ of MURATA MANUFACTURING CO., MICROWAVE

OFFICE™ (MWO) of Applied Wave Research Inc., OmniVision™ of OmniVision Technologies, Inc.

Openwave™ Openwave Systems Inc. RED HAT™ Red Hat, Inc. RFMD™ RF Micro Devices, Inc. SIRIUS™ of

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. SOLARIS™ of Sun Microsystems, Inc. SPANSION™ of Spansion LLC Ltd.

Symbian™ of Symbian Software Limited. TAIYO YUDEN™ of Taiyo Yuden Co. TEAKLITE™ of CEVA, Inc.

TEKTRONIX™ of Tektronix Inc. TOKO™ of TOKO KABUSHIKI KAISHA TA. UNIX™ of X/Open Company

Limited. VERILOG™, PALLADIUM™ of Cadence Design Systems, Inc. VLYNQ™ of Texas Instruments

Incorporated. VXWORKS™, WIND RIVER™ of WIND RIVER SYSTEMS, INC. ZETEX™ of Diodes Zetex

Limited.

Last Trademarks Update 2011-02-24

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General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

3

3.1

3.2

3.3

2

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.4.1

2.4.2

2.5

2.6

Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................ 7

1

1.1

1.2

Overview ............................................................................................................................................. 7

Key Features ........................................................................................................................................ 7

Block Diagram ...................................................................................................................................... 8

Hardware Description ........................................................................................................................ 9

Power Supply ..................................................................................................................................... 10

Satellite Connector ............................................................................................................................. 11

Gate Driver and Power Stage ............................................................................................................ 13

Voltage and Current Measurements .................................................................................................. 15

Phase Current Measurement ............................................................................................................. 15

Phase Voltage Measurement ............................................................................................................. 15

Resolver Interface .............................................................................................................................. 16

Encoder and Hall Interface ................................................................................................................. 18

Production Data................................................................................................................................ 19

Schematics ......................................................................................................................................... 19

Components Placement and Geometry ............................................................................................. 23

List of Material .................................................................................................................................... 24

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General Purpose Motor Drive Card

List of Figures

List of Figures

Figure 1 Block Diagram of the General Purpose Motor Drive Card ................................................................... 8

Figure 2 General Purpose Motor Drive Card...................................................................................................... 9

Figure 3 Block Diagram of the Power Circuit ................................................................................................... 10

Figure 4 Connection to the CPU Board ............................................................................................................ 11

Figure 5 Pin Mapping on ACT Satellite Connector .......................................................................................... 11

Figure 6 Pin Mapping to XMC4500 on CPU Board CPU_45A-V2 ................................................................... 12

Figure 7 Block Diagramm of the Gate Driver and the Power Stage ................................................................ 14

Figure 8 Measurement of Voltages and Currents ............................................................................................ 15

Figure 9 Connection Scheme of the Resolver Connector ................................................................................ 16

Figure 10 Resolver Excitation Circuit ................................................................................................................. 16

Figure 11 Resolver Modulator Circuit ................................................................................................................. 17

Figure 12 Encoder Connector for differential encoder signals ........................................................................... 18

Figure 13 Encoder Line Receiver (differential signals) and hall interface .......................................................... 18

Figure 14 Satellite Connector, Power Supply..................................................................................................... 20

Figure 15 Gate Driver, Power Stage, Shunt Amplifier, Motor Connector ........................................................... 21

Figure 16 Resolver, Encoder, Hall Connector .................................................................................................... 22

Figure 17 Components Placement and Geometry ............................................................................................. 23

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General Purpose Motor Drive Card

List of Tables

List of Tables

Table 1 Power LED ......................................................................................................................................... 10

Table 2 Power rail connection to the ACT Satellite Connector ....................................................................... 10

Table 3 Gate Driver signals connection to the ACT Satellite Connector ........................................................ 14

Table 4 Voltage and Current signals at the ACT Satellite Connector ............................................................. 15

Table 5 Resolver signals at the ACT Satellite Connector ............................................................................... 17

Table 6 Encoder / hall signals at the ACT Satellite Connector ....................................................................... 18

Table 7 List of Material for General Purpose Motor Drive Card (MOT_GPDLV-V2-002) ............................... 24

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MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Overview

Introduction

This document describes the features and hardware details of the General Purpose Motor Drive Card

(MOT_GPDLV-V2) design ed to work with Infineon’s CPU boards of the XMC4000 family. This board is a member of Infineon’s Hexagon Application Kits.

1 Overview

The MOT_GPDLV-V2 board is an application expansion satellite card of the Hexagon Application Kits. The satellite card along with a CPU board (e.g. CPU_45A-V2 board) demonstrates the motor control capabilities of

XMC4000 family. The main use case for this satellite card is proofing software algorithms and methods for motor control. The focus is safe operation under evaluation conditions. The board is neither cost nor size optimized and does not serve as a reference design.

1.1 Key Features

The MOT_GPDLV-V2 satellite card is equipped with following features

Seamless connection to the CPU board (e.g. CPU_45A-V2) via the ACT satellite connector

3 phase low voltage halfbridge inverter using Infineon’s N-channel OptiMOS™3 power transistors

Gate Driver IC (6ED003L02-F2) with over-current detection circuit (ITRIP)

Current measurement by using single or triple shunts (amplified)

Position sensing via o Inductive resolver interface using delta-sigma modulator and pattern generator for resolver excitation o Quadrature encoder interface for both single ended and differential signals o Hall sensor interface

Input voltage range: 24 V +/-20%

Power supply o Switch mode power supply for 5V power generation o Low drop voltage regulators (15 V) for MOSFET gate driver and resolver excitation o Low drop voltage regulators (3.3V) for logic

Maximum DC-link current: 7.5 A, nominal DC-link current 5 A

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1.2 Block Diagram

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Overview

Figure 1 shows the block diagram of the MOT_GPDLV-V2 satellite card. There are following building blocks:

Connectors to CPU Board, power supply, motor and position interfaces

Analog signal measurement

Position sensing

General Purpose Motor Drive Card (MOT_GPDLV-V2)

5V Power Supply 24V

CCU8

EN

FAULT#

Gate Driver

3-Phase

Power

Half-Bridge

ADC

POSIF

EN#

DSD Pattern

DSD

Current & Voltage Sensing

Encoder Line Driver

Resolver Excitation

Resolver

Reader

Figure 1 Block Diagram of the General Purpose Motor Drive Card

BlockDiag.emf

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2 Hardware Description

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

The following sections give a detailed description of the hardware and how it can be used.

Resolver

Coil Excitation

Resolver

Connector

Encoder

Connector

Power 3.3 V LDO

Power LEDs

Hall

Connector

Power 5 V SMPS

Power

Plug 24 V

Resolver

Signal Reader

Shunt Amplifier

ACT Satellite

Connector

Power

15 V LDO

Encoder

Line

Receiver

DC-Link Shunt

Emitter Shunts

Power Stage and Motor Connector

Gate Driver

PCB_Block.emf

Figure 2 General Purpose Motor Drive Card

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2.1 Power Supply

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

The General Purpose Motor Drive Card must be supplied by an external 24 Volt DC power supply connected to its power jack X240. The power to be delivered by the external power supply depends on the overall load mainly defined by the power consumption of the motor. The power supply unit (24V / 2A) delivered with the motor control kit is sufficient to drive the enclosed motor as well as other satellite cards connected to the CPU board.

The power supply concept is shown in Figure 3.

A diode protects the power supply units and the circuit if more than one power supply is connected to the system via other satellite cards or via the CPU board (USB). The General Purpose Motor Drive Card is able to supply all other boards with 5V (VDD5) via the ACT satellite connector.

An on-board DC-DC converter (U240) steps down the 24 V input voltage from the power jack to 5 V (VDD5).

The input voltage VDD24 must be 24 V +/-20%. The 5 Volt supply for analog circuits VDDA5 is derived from

VDD5 filtered by a low pass. A LDO voltage regulator generates 3.3 V (VDD3.3) out of VDD5 and another voltage regulator generates 15 V (VDD15) power supply out of the 24 V input voltage.

Three power LEDs indicate the presence of the generated supply voltages.

Table 1

LED

V210

V211

V212

Power LED

Power Rail

VDD5

VDD3.3

VDD15

Voltage

5.0 V

3.3 V

15.0V

General Purpose Motor Drive Card (MOT_GPDLV-V2)

Note

Must always be “ON”

Must always be “ON”

Must always be “ON”

24V VDD24

VDD15 LED

3-Phase

Power Stage

24V

Lin. Voltage

Regulator

TLE4276

U240

DC/DC

Converter

IFX91041

Reverse

Protection

VDD5 LED

15V VDD15

Gate Driver IC,

Resolver Excitation

Low Pass

LP

5V

5V

VDD3.3 LED

VDD5

Resolver Excitation,

Encoder/Hall Con.

Shunt Amplifier,

Resolver

Lin. Voltage

Regulator

IFX1763

3.3V

VDD5A

Encoder Line Driver,

Resolver

PowerSupply.emf

Figure 3 Block Diagram of the Power Circuit

Table 2 shows the connection of the power rails to the ACT satellite connector.

Table 2

Pin No.

43,44,45,46

1,2,79,80

Power rail connection to the ACT Satellite Connector

Power rail

VDD5

GND

Description

5 V

Ground

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2.2 Satellite Connector

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

The satellite connector of the General Purpose Motor Drive Card is the interface to the CPU board e.g.

CPU_45A-V2. Take care to connect the General Purpose Motor Drive Card always to the corresponding ACT

satellite connector of the CPU board only as shown in Figure 4.

ACT_Connection.emf

Figure 4 Connection to the CPU Board

The signal mapping details of the ACT satellite connector and the General Purpose Motor Drive Card are

provided in Figure 5. The inner rows show the general function of the 80 pins of the ACT connector, which is

common for all ACT satellites cards. The outer rows show the signals of the General Purpose Motor Drive Card.

The General Purpose Motor Drive Card provides 5 functional groups of signals (marked by color code) at its pins of the satellite connector:

The encoder signals (ENCA, ENCB, ENCI): pin 4, 6 and 8

Resolver signals (PWMN/P, MCLK, MCOS, MSIN): pin 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16

Control and TRAP signals (FAULT#, ENPOW, ENENC#): pin 25, 26, 30

Voltage and current measurement signals: (UU, UV, UW, UZ, AMP_IW…) located from pin 49 to 60

PWM signals for the 3-

Phase power stage (HIN1#, LIN1#, HIN2 …): pin 64, 66, 68,70, 72, 74

Figure 5 Pin Mapping on ACT Satellite Connector

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MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

Figure 6 is an extended view of the signal mapping between the General Purpose Motor Drive Card

(MOT_GPDLV-V2

) and the “XMC4500 CPU Board General Purpose” (CPU_45A-V2). It shows in details which pin of the XMC4500 is mapped to which signal on the motor drive card.

Figure 6 Pin Mapping to XMC4500 on CPU Board CPU_45A-V2

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2.3 Gate Driver and Power Stage

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

The power stage consists of three half-bridges using Infineo n’s N-channel OptiMOS™ power transistors. They are selected for a safe operation area with huge headroom, hence no cooling is needed when using at nominal current of 5 Ampere.

The gate driver (6ED003L02-F2) is Infin eon’s full bridge driver in SOI-technology offering an excellent ruggedness on transient voltages. The external bootstrap circuitry has been dimensioned according to the formula (see Infineon application note AN-EICEDRIVER-6EDL04-1):

( )

( )

With

C

BS

: Bootstrap Capacity (1 uF)

i

QBS

: highside driver quiescent current (max. 100 uA)

Q

G

: Gate charge (max. 130 nC)

∆V

BS

: max. allowed voltage drop at the bootstrap capacitor (5 V)

Factor 1.2: 20% margin for capacitor the minimum switching period t

P

is 40 ms:

( )

The gate driver offers several protection features like under-voltage lockout, signal interlocking of every phase to prevent cross-conduction and overcurrent detection.

In an error situation a FAULT# signal is generated and must be handled by the microcontroller. The FAULT# signal changes to low state if an over-current condition has been detected by the ITRIP circuit. The ITRIP

current level is measured as the amplified voltage drop over the DC-link shunt (see Figure 7). The minimum

input voltage level to trigger an over-current event is specified at 380 mV. With an amplifier gain of

1 + (40.2/10) = 5.02 and a DC-Link shunt with 10 m

Ω the ITRIP will be triggered at a DC-Link current higher than 7.57 A:

I = U / R,

I = (0.38 V / 5.02) / 10 m

Ω,

I = 7.57 A.

The overcurrent condition must be present for longer than about 100 us (3 * RC time constant of the RC filter

R322, C310) in order to trigger the ITRIP. This shall protect the PCB traces and the components in the high current path.

The microcontroller must provide the PWM signals (LIN1/2/3#, HIN1/2/3#) for the high-side and low-side switches. The PWM signals must be generated low-active.

The gate driver must be enabled via signal ENPOW.

A phase current measurement is provided via shunt resistors a) single shunt (10 m

Ω) in the DC-link path and/or b) triple shunt (10 m

Ω) in the low-side path

The resistance of the shunts limits the system behavior and may not fit to the low-ohmic power transistors. This is intended as the main purpose of this board is to proof SW algorithms and methods over a wide range.

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HIN1#

HIN2#

HIN3#

LIN1#

LIN2#

LIN3#

FAULT#

ENPOW

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

VDD3.3

VDD15 VDD15

GND GND

Gate Driver

VCC

6ED003L02-F2

LIN1,2,3

HIN1,2,3

VB1,2,3

FAULT#

ITRIP

EN

RCIN

HO1,2,3

VS1,2,3

LO1,2,3

COM

GND

VSS

GND

Bootstrap

VDD24

COM

Ground Star

U

V

W

IV

IU

IW

IZ

GND

GND GND

Figure 7 Block Diagram of the Gate Driver and the Power Stage

Table 3 shows the connection of the Gate Driver signals to the ACT satellite connector.

Table 3

Pin No.

25

26

64

66

68

70

72

74

PowerStage.emf

Gate Driver signals connection to the ACT Satellite Connector

Signal Name

FAULT#

ENPOW

HIN1#

LIN1#

HIN2#

LIN2#

HIN3#

LIN3#

Description

this signal indicates over-current and under-voltage (low-active)

High level enables the power stage (high-active)

High-side logic input 1 (low-active)

Low-side logic input 1 (low-active)

High-side logic input 2 (low-active)

Low-side logic input 2 (low-active)

High-side logic input 3 (low-active)

Low-side logic input 3 (low-active)

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2.4

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

Voltage and Current Measurements

The phase current measurement is illustrated on the left side of Figure 8; the right side shows the voltage

divider for the voltage measurement.

IU

IV

OFFS

IW

IZ

VDDA5

AMP_IU

AMP_IV

AMP_IW

VDD24

U

V

W

UZ

UU

UV

UW

AGND AGND AGND

VDDA5

AGND

OFFS

IZ

GND

AMP_IZ

AGND AGND AGND

ShuntAmp.emf

Figure 8 Measurement of Voltages and Currents

2.4.1 Phase Current Measurement

The current measurement can be done via a single shunt (signal IZ) in the DC-link path or via triple shunts (IU,

IV, IW) in the emitter path. In both cases the measurement is dimensioned for the following requirements:

Motor power range up to 120W which leads to a nominal DC-link current of about 5 Ampere and a maximum phase peak current of about 20 Ampere. The phase current range is 75 mA to 20 A.

A shunt resistance of 10 m

Ω leads to 0.75 mV voltage drop @ 75 mA and 200 mV voltage drop @ 20 A. This voltage is amplified by a non-inverting amplifier. The output of the operational amplifier (AMP_IU, AMP_IV,

AMP_IW, AMP_IZ) is available at the ACT Satellite Connector and connected to ADC input channels of the

XMC4000 microcontroller.

The gain of the operational amplifier is set to 21 (G = 1 + (R1 / R2)), which leads to an output voltage of

15.75 mV @ 75 mA and 4.20 V @ 20A.

The XMC4000 offers a DAC output which is used as DC offset generator for the OpAmps (signal OFFS). The

DAC voltage must be adjusted to a voltage level of about 1.2 V in order to get 0 V at the output of the OpAmps when there is no current flow through the shunts. Alternatively the offset can be generated by a resistive voltage divider.

2.4.2 Phase Voltage Measurement

The phase voltage is directly measured using resistive dividers at the phases (signals UZ, UU, UV, and UW).

The divider is dimensioned to divide the measured voltage UZ, UU, UV, UW by factor 10.21. The formula to calculate the phase voltage U

PHx

from the measured voltage U x

is:

U

PHx

= 10.21 * U x

Table 4 summarizes all voltage signals and current signals available at the ACT satellite connector.

Table 4

Pin No.

50

Voltage and Current signals at the ACT Satellite Connector

Signal Name

OFFS

Description

Offset voltage input required for the shunt amplifier

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General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

Table 4

Pin No.

53

57

49

59

56

52

60

55, 58, 61

Voltage and Current signals at the ACT Satellite Connector

Signal Name

AMP_IU

AMP_IV

AMP_IW

AMP_IZ

UU

UV

UW

UZ

Description

Amplified shunt voltage output representing the current of phase U

Amplified shunt voltage output representing the current of phase V

Amplified shunt voltage output representing the current of phase W

Amplified shunt voltage output representing the DC-link current

Divided voltage output of phase U (divided by 10.21)

Divided voltage output of phase V (divided by 10.21)

Divided voltage output of phase W (divided by 10.21)

Divided DC-link output voltage (divided by 10.21)

2.5 Resolver Interface

For rotor position detection a resolver can be used. The three coils of the resolver must be connected to the

connector X400 as shown in Figure 9.

PRIMB

PRIMA

SINB

SINA

COSB

COSA

4

3

2

1

6

5

X400

ResolverCon.emf

Figure 9 Connection Scheme of the Resolver Connector

The XMC4000 devices use an on-chip pattern generator for the excitation of the primary coil and a decimation filter to read the SIN/COS feedback measured by a delta-sigma modulator.

The primary coil excitation is done via the microcontroller signals PWMP/PWMN which is a digital data stream with a selectable clock rate in the MHz range. These signals are integrated, amplified and fed to the primary coil

of the resolver as shown in Figure 10.

VDD5 VDD15

PWMN

PWMP

PRIMB

PRIMA

GND GND

ResolverExc.emf

Figure 10 Resolver Excitation Circuit

The feedback signals (SINA/B and COSA/B) of the secondary coils are fed to a delta-sigma modulator

ADS1205 which has an internal clock and generates the SIN/COS serial data stream on the signals

MSIN/MCOS. It also provides the modulator clock MCLK. The circuit is shown in Figure 11.

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COSA

COSB

SINB

SINA

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

MSIN

MCOS

MCLK

Resolver.emf

Figure 11 Resolver Modulator Circuit

Table 5 summarizes all signals of the resolver which are connected to the ACT satellite connector.

Table 5

Pin No.

9

11

14

16

15, 13

Resolver signals at the ACT Satellite Connector

Signal Name

PWMN

PWMP

MCOS

MSIN

MCLK

Description

Excitation input signal (inverted)

Excitation input signal

COS signal output of the delta sigma modulator

SIN signal output of the delta sigma modulator

Clock output of the delta sigma modulator

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General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Hardware Description

2.6 Encoder and Hall Interface

A quadrature encoder can be used for detecting the actual rotor position. There are single-ended and differential encoders, the board supports both types. For the differential types an encoder line receiver is required as the microcontroller needs single ended signals.

Encoder Connector

(top view)

1 2

VDD5

GND

ENCA-

ENCB-

ENCI-

ENCA+

ENCB+

ENCI+

9 10

X441

EncoderCon.emf

Figure 12 Encoder Connector for differential encoder signals

The differential signals from the encoder (ENCA+/-, ENCB+/-, ENCI+/-) must be connected to the 10-pin

encoder connector X441 (Figure 13)

. The receiver must be enabled by the signal ENENC# (set to “0”).

In case of using a single ended encoder or a hall sensor the signals must be applied to the connector X440 and the encoder line receiver must be disabled by setting the signal ENENC# to high level (default).

The parallel operation of both a differential encoder and a hall sensor is possible by adapting the resistor values

shown in Figure 13. The pull-up resistors value must be changed to 4.7 k

Ω, the serial resistors must be set to

680 Ω. This will ensure appropriate signal levels for the encoder signals ENCx in all use cases and limits the current to about 5 mA.

VDD3.3

VDD5

ENCB+

ENCB-

ENCA+

ENCA-

ENCI+

ENCI-

5

4

3

2

1

X440

ENENC#

ENCB

ENCA

ENCI

GND

Encoder.emf

Figure 13 Encoder Line Receiver (differential signals) and hall interface

Figure 6 shows the connection of the encoder/hall signals available at the ACT satellite connector.

Table 6

Pin No.

30

4

6

8

Encoder / hall signals at the ACT Satellite Connector

Signal Name

ENCEN#

ENCA

ENCB

ENCI

Description

enable signal for the encoder line receiver (active low)

Encoder channel A

Encoder channel B

Encoder channel I

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3 Production Data

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Production Data

3.1 Schematics

This chapter contains the schematics for the General Purpose Motor Drive Card (MOT_GPDLV-V2):

Figure 14: Satellite Connector, Power Supply

Figure 15: Gate Driver, Power Stage, Shunt Amplifier, Motor Connector

Figure 16: Resolver, Encoder, Hall Connector

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VDD5

Hitex PowerScale

JP242

1

2

3

C243

220nF/0603

+

C245

C246

C247

100nF/0603

100uF/T/10V/C

100nF/0603

GND

E-PAD

2

9

C A

1k8/0603

R244

C244

470pF/0603

Jumper closed with a cutable trace on bottom layer

VDD15

VDD3.3

VDD5

R212

6k8/0603

LED-GN/D/0603

V212

R210

1k8/0603

R211

680R/0603

LED-GN/D/0603

LED-GN/D/0603

V211

V210

VDD24

+

C240

C241

47uF/E/50V/6.6

100nF/0603

VDD5

VDDA5

C248

100nF/0603

C249

10uF/25V/0805

TP201

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Production Data

VDD15

R230

41k2/0603

+

C232

8k25/0603

R232

22uF/25V/C

VDD24

+

C230

47uF/E/50V/6.6

C231

100nF/0603

VDD3.3

C251 no ass./10nF/0603

R253 no ass./0R/0603

C252

10uF/25V/0805

C253

100nF/0603

VDD5

VDD5

VDD5

C202

VDD5

C200

100nF/0603

100nF/0603

Figure 14 Satellite Connector, Power Supply

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VDD5

C250

10uF/25V/0805

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VDD24

7

6

8

5

3

2

1

Q312

BSC031N06NS3G

7

6

8

5

3

2

1

Q315

BSC031N06NS3G

RS312

0R010/2010

R331

5k1/0603

R333

5k1/0603

R335

5k1/0603

R337

5k1/0603

VDD5

5

VCC

2

VSS

C305

100nF/0603

VDD24

7

6

5

8

3

2

1

Q311

BSC031N06NS3G

7

6

5

8

3

2

1

Q314

BSC031N06NS3G

RS311

0R010/2010

RS313

0R010/2010

C310

10nF/0603

R339

10k/0603

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Production Data

VDDA5

4

V+

11

V-

C342

C343

100nF/0603

10uF/25V/0805

+

6

5

7

8

2

1

3

Q310

BSC031N06NS3G

6

5

7

8

2

1

3

Q313

BSC031N06NS3G

RS310

0R010/2010

VDD15

VDD3.3

R300

10k/0603

R301 no ass./0603

C300

10uF/25V/0805

C304

22nF/0603

10K/0603

R305

Figure 15 Gate Driver, Power Stage, Shunt Amplifier, Motor Connector

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VDD15

VDD15

4

V+

11

V-

C414

100nF/0603

C415

10uF/25V/0805

R416

2k2/0603

R420

18R/1206

R421

18R/1206

R417

2k2/0603

VDD5

R412

10k/0603

R410

442R/0603

C410

1uF/0603

R413

10k/0603

R411

1k24/0603

VDD15

VDD5

R429

2k2/0603

18R/1206

R433

R425

10k/0603

R423

442R/0603

C412

1uF/0603

R426

10k/0603

R424

1k24/0603

R434

18R/1206

R430

2k2/0603

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Production Data

VDD5

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

R449

1k/0603

R448

1k/0603

R447

1k/0603

VDD3.3

VDDA5

16

15

4

3

8

AVDD

AVDD

AVDD

AVDD

DVDD

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

DGND

17

13

5

2

9

R400

4k99/0603

R401

4k99/0603

R404

4k99/0603

R405

4k99/0603

VDDA5

8 4

C407

10uF/25V/0805

Figure 16 Resolver, Encoder, Hall Connector

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VDD5

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

R443

10k/0603

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3.2 Components Placement and Geometry

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Production Data

H

J :

R 403

R 401

A :

B :

C 244

R 244

D :

E :

R 426

R 413

1

21.65

A D J _2

R 253

C 251 6 5

X 400

4 3 2 1

R 212

R

2

1

0

V21

2

V21

0

V21

1

C24

5

C 252

C 253

R 434

R2

11

5

R4

21 X44

4

0

1

R 336

R31

4

3

L240

X 240

43

S

C

2

4

3

C24

C 240

TP

J1

20

45

C36

1

C2

02

V24

C24

U 240

C

1

3

4

2

1

C2

00

43.30

R

4

4

6

R

3

6

2

C24

R

7

V24

R24

B

A

2

5

PS

JP

2

4

2

-

R 427

C 304

R 305

R 301

+

A

3

R

2

4

3

R

3

0

0

C 412

R 424

R

4

1

1

C

2

4

2

C

3

4

1

C

3

4

3

C36

0

C34

0

4

4

R

3

R

3

6

4

R

3

4

5

R

3

U 340

R

2

4

6

C

4

0

2

5

C

4

0

U 400

4

2

R

3

4

1

R

3

4

0

R

3

4

3

C 403

R 353

C40

4

R 350

R 351

L241

R 352

3

6

79

1

R

3

6

0

R

3

6

3

R

3

7

3

R

3

7

R 335

R 333

0

R

3

R 331

7

R 337

A D J _3

C

4

1

3

R

4

R42

R

4

3

5

1

2

3

Q 412

Q 413

R

4

D

2

8

U 410

E

R 420

R

4

R41

1

5

R

4

1

2

C

4

1

0

R40

R

4

1

9

0

R

4

1

4

1

5

C

4 R40

R4

8

8

19

C

4

0

1

C44

1

R40

R44

H

7

6

R4

R

4

1

22

6

C

4

1

1

Q4

10

R4

17

C4

16

C

4

1

4

R4

49

R4

48

1

C 440

R 440

U 440

Q4

11

R4

44

R

4

C

4

0

0

R40

C

2

2

4

8 C24

R

J

4

0

9

R40

4

R 405

R40

7

0

U40

1

X44

4

7

R4

45

R4

46

C

4

4

4

R

S

3

1

C

1

4

0

4

3

R 442

C 442

1

R

3

7

2

R

3

7

C

3

5

0

R35

R

3

7

4

C37

0

7

1

C

3

4

5

C

3

5

R 355

1

U31

R33

9

0

R 334

R 332

R 330

C30

R

3

3

5

8

R30

U 300

2

R30

3

C 303

C

V 301

C

3

0

2

4

C31

0

0

C

3

6

0

0

R32

V30

R30

1

2

4

R 320

2

RS

313

R

3

2

1

R

S

3

1

Q 315

R 315

2

R

S

R

3

3

1

1

1

8

R

3

1

9

R

Q 311

2

3

2

R

2

C23

R31

Q 314

Q 312

3

0

C

2

1

3

1

6

2

2

7

R 312 R 313

2

1

U23

0

R31

R31

1

0

Q 313

3

C 230

Q 310

X 300

A D J _1

C 311

43.30

21.65

86.60

Dimensions in mm +/-0.1

Figure 17

Components Placement and Geometry

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3.3 List of Material

MOT_GPDLV-V2

General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Production Data

The list of material is valid for a certain assembly version for the General Purpose Motor Drive Card. This

version is stated in the header of the Table 7. The assembly version number can be identified by the board

identification code printed on the PCB. The last digit field “002” of the board identification codes “MOT_GPDLV-

V2-002

“ is representing the assembly version. If there is no assembly version number printed on the PCB (white empty field) than the PCB has the assembly version number 1.

The only difference between both assembly version 1 and 2 is the value of the resistor R322. In version 1 it is

100 k

Ω, whereas in assembly version 2 R322 is 3.3 kΩ.

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Table 7

Sl. No.

1

2

3

16

17

List of Material for General Purpose Motor Drive Card (MOT_GPDLV-V2-002)

Qty Value

3 0R/0603

4 0R010/2010

7 1k/0603

8 1k1/0603

2 1k8/0603

2 1k24/0603

5 1uF/0603

4 2k2/0603

3 3R3/0603

1 3k3/0603

4 4k99/0603

4 5k1/0603

1 6ED003L02-F2

1 6k8/0603

1 8k25/0603

8 10k/0603

1 10nF/0603

12 10uF/25V/0805

6 13R/0603

1 14k/0603

4 15k/0603

3 15nF/0603

8 18R/1206

4 20R/0603

4 20k/0603

5 22k/0603

2 22nF/0603

2 22p/0603

1 22uF/25V/C

4 33pF/0603

1 33uH/3.2A

Device

Reference

Designator

Resistor

Shunt

Resistor

R254, R408, R409

RS310, RS311, RS312, RS313

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Capacitor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

R345, R355, R365, R375, R447, R448, R449

R341, R342, R351, R352, R361, R362, R371,

R372

R210, R244

R413, R426

C301, C302, C303, C410, C412

R416, R417, R429, R430

R302, R303, R304

R322

R400, R401, R404, R405

Resistor R331, R333, R335, R337

Gate Driver 6ED003L02-F2 U300

Resistor

Resistor

R212

R232

R300, R305, R339, R410, R411, R423, R424,

R443 Resistor

Capacitor

Capacitor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Capacitor

C310

C249, C250, C252, C300, C343, C404, C405,

C407, C415, C416, C417, C444

R310, R312, R314, R316, R318, R320

R245

R340, R350, R360, R370

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Capacitor

Capacitor

Capacitor unipolar

Capacitor

C440, C441, C442

R419, R420, R421, R422, R432, R433, R434,

R435

R402, R403, R406, R407

R414, R415, R427, R428

R243, R344, R354, R364, R374

C242, C304

C400, C401

C232

C341, C351, C361, C371

Inductor IHLP-3232DZ-11 L240

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General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Production Data

Table 7 List of Material for General Purpose Motor Drive Card (MOT_GPDLV-V2-002)

Sl. No.

Qty Value

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

Device

Reference

Designator

1 40k2/0603

1 41k2/0603

4 47k/0603

2 47uF/E/50V/6.6

3 100R/0603

15 100nF/0603

2 100pF/0603

1 100uF/T/10V/C

3 120R/0603

1 220nF/0603

1 330uF/50V/10.0

2 442R/0603

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Capacitor unipolar

Resistor

Capacitor

Capacitor

Capacitor unipolar

Resistor

Capacitor

Capacitor unipolar

Resistor

R338

R230

R330, R332, R334, R336

C230, C240

R444, R445, R446

C200, C202, C231, C241, C246, C247, C248,

C253, C305, C342, C402, C403, C406, C414,

C443

C411, C413

C245

R440, R441, R442

C243

C311

R412, R425

1 470pF/0603

1 680R/0603

1 ADS1205

1 AM26LV32EIPW

Capacitor

Resistor

C244

R211

Delta-Sigma Modulator U400

Differential Line Receiver U440

2 B340A-13-F

2 BC807-40

2 BC817K-40

1 BLM18PG600

6 BSC031N06NS3G

1 BUCHSE-LP-5A

3 DFLU1400

1 ENCODER

3 FIDUCIAL

Schottky Diode

Transistor

Transistor

Inductor

Infineon OptiMOS3 Power-

Transistor

Power Plug

Diode

Connector

FIDUCIAL

V241, V242

Q411, Q413

Q410, Q412

L241

Q310, Q311, Q312, Q313, Q314, Q315

X240

V300, V301, V302

X441

ADJ_1, ADJ_2, ADJ_3

1 HSEC8-140-01-S-RA SAMTEC 80-pin connetor X200

1 IFX1763SJV33 Voltage Regulator U250

1 IFX91041EJV

3 LED-GN/D/0603

1 LMV321DBV

1 MKDS1/3-3,81

1 MPT0,5/5-2,54

1 MPT0,5/6-2,54

1 OPA2347EA

1 OPA4830IPW

Voltage Regulator

LED green

OpAmp

PHOENIX Connector

PHOENIX Connector

PHOENIX Connector

OpAmp

OpAmp

1 TL084CPW

1 TLE4276-2DV

OpAmp

Voltage Regulator

1 no ass./0R/0603 Resistor

2 no ass./1k2/0603 Resistor

U240

V210, V211, V212

U310

X300

X440

X400

U401

U340

U410

U230

R253

R418, R431

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General Purpose Motor Drive Card

Production Data

Table 7

Sl. No.

71

72

73

74

75

76

77

78

List of Material for General Purpose Motor Drive Card (MOT_GPDLV-V2-002)

Qty Value Device

1 no ass./10nF/0603 Capacitor

4 no ass./22k/0603 Resistor

4 no ass./0603 Capacitor

7 no ass./0603 Resistor

1 no ass./0805

1 3-pin header

Resistor

PowerScale Connector

1 0402

5 no assembly

Solder Jumper

SMD Pads

Reference

Designator

C251

R343, R353, R363, R373

C340, C350, C360, C370

R301, R311, R313, R315, R317, R319, R321

R246

JP242

SJ1

TP201, TP210, TP211, TP212, TP213

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