TWR-K70F120M Tower Module User`s Manual

TWR-K70F120M Tower Module
User's Manual
Rev. 1.2
Freescale Semiconductor Inc.
Table of Contents
1 TWR-K70F120M and TWR-K70F120M-KIT Overview ...............................................................5
1.1 Contents .................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
1.2 Features .................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
1.3 Getting Started ..................................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4 Reference Documents ....................................................................................................................................................... 8
2 Hardware Description ...........................................................................................................................8
2.1 K70FN1M0 Microcontroller ........................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2 Clocking ............................................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.3 System Power .................................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.3.1 RTC VBAT ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
2.4 Debug Interface ................................................................................................................................................................ 11
2.4.1 OSJTAG ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
2.4.2 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector .................................................................................................................................................. 11
2.5 Graphical LCD Interface ................................................................................................................................................ 12
2.6 DDR2 Memory ................................................................................................................................................................... 12
2.7 NAND Flash ........................................................................................................................................................................ 12
2.8 Infrared Port ...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
2.9 Accelerometer ................................................................................................................................................................... 12
2.10 Potentiometer, Pushbuttons, LEDs ........................................................................................................................ 12
2.11 General Purpose Tower Plug-in (TWRPI) Socket ............................................................................................ 13
2.12 Touch Interface .............................................................................................................................................................. 13
2.13 Ethernet ............................................................................................................................................................................ 14
2.14 USB ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
2.14.1 FS/LS USB ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 15
2.14.2 HS USB ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
2.15 Secure Digital Card Slot .............................................................................................................................................. 15
2.16 External Bus Interface – FlexBus ............................................................................................................................ 15
3 Jumper Table.......................................................................................................................................... 16
4 Input/Output Connectors and Pin Usage Table ......................................................................... 17
5 Tower Elevator Connections ............................................................................................................ 19
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List of Figures
Figure 1. Freescale Tower System Overview .............................................................................................. 5
Figure 2. Callouts on front side of the TWR-K70F120M ............................................................................. 7
Figure 3. Callouts on back side of the TWR-K70F120M.............................................................................. 7
Figure 4. TWR-K70F120M Block Diagram ................................................................................................... 9
List of Tables
Table 1. Cortex Debug+ETM Connector Pinout ........................................................................................ 11
Table 2. General Purpose TWRPI socket pinout ....................................................................................... 13
Table 3. Touch TWRPI socket pinout ........................................................................................................ 14
Table 4. Ethernet operation jumper settings ........................................................................................... 14
Table 5. TWR-K70F120M Jumper Table .................................................................................................... 16
Table 6. I/O Connectors and Pin Usage Table........................................................................................... 17
Table 7. TWR-K70F120M Primary Connector Pinout ............................................................................... 19
Table 8. TWR-K70F120M Primary Connector Pinout ............................................................................... 22
Revision History
Revision
0.1
Date
Nov 17, 2011
1.0
Dec 2, 2011
1.1
Nov 20, 2012
Changes
Initial Release for PWA 700-27166 Rev B
Removed references to J18 and added info on using
J19 to replace J18’s functionality.
Added information on running EVB at 150MHz
Added jumper details for rev C board
Added information on using trace
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1.2
May 29, 2014
Updated USB section to include instruction for
connections to allow for USB OTG testing.
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1 TWR-K70F120M and TWR-K70F120M-KIT Overview
The TWR-K70F120M is a development board for the K61 and K70 family 32-bit ARM® Cortex™-M4
MCUs. The TWR-K70F120M is populated with a device rated for 120 MHz operation across the full -40C
to 85C temperature range. At room temperatures the board can be over-clocked to 150 MHz to allow
for evaluation of the K70 and K61 devices that are rated for 150 MHz operation across the full
temperature range.
The TWR-K70F120M is a Tower Controller Module compatible with the Freescale Tower System. It can
function as a stand-alone, low-cost platform for the evaluation of the Kinetis K10, K20, K6x, and K70
family of microcontroller (MCU) devices. The TWR-K70F120M features the Kinetis K70 low-power
microcontroller based on the ARM® Cortex™-M4 architecture with graphical LCD controller, tamper
detection, USB 2.0 HS Controller, USB 2.0 full-speed OTG controller and 10/100 Mbps Ethernet MAC.
The TWR-K70F120M is available as a stand-alone product or as a kit (TWR-K70F120M-KIT) with the
Tower Elevator Modules (TWR-ELEV) and the Tower Serial Module (TWR-SER). The TWR-K70F120M can
also be combined with other Freescale Tower peripheral modules to create development platforms for
a wide variety of applications. 0 provides an overview of the Freescale Tower System.
Figure 1. Freescale Tower System Overview
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1.1 Contents
The TWR-K70F120M contents include:
 TWR-K70F120M board assembly
 3ft USB cable
 Interactive DVD with software installers and documentation
 Quick Start Guide
The TWR-K70F120M-KIT contains:
 TWR-K70F120M MCU module
 TWR-ELEV – Primary and Secondary Elevator Modules
 TWR-SER – Serial module including USB host/device/OTG, Ethernet, CAN, RS232 and RS485
1.2 Features
Figure 2 and Figure 3 show the TWR-K70F120M with some of the key features called out. The following
list summarizes the features of the TWR-K70F120M Tower MCU Module:
 Tower compatible microcontroller module
 MK70FN1M0VMJ12: K70FN1M in a 256 MAPBGA with 120 MHz operation
 Touch Tower Plug-in Socket
 General purpose Tower Plug-in (TWRPI) socket
 On-board JTAG debug circuit (OSJTAG) with virtual serial port
 1Gb of DDR2 SDRAM memory
 2Gb of SLC NAND flash memory
 Three axis accelerometer (MMA8451Q)
 Four (4) user-controllable LEDs
 Four (4) capacitive touch pads
 Two (2) user pushbutton switches
 Potentiometer
 Battery Holder for 20mm lithium battery (e.g. 2032, 2025)
 Micro-SD Card slot
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Figure 2. Callouts on front side of the TWR-K70F120M
Figure 3. Callouts on back side of the TWR-K70F120M
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1.3 Getting Started
Follow the Quick Start Guide found printed in the TWR-K70F120M box or the interactive DVD for the
list of recommended steps for getting started. There are also lab walk-through guides available on the
tool support page for the TWR-K70F120M: http://www.freescale.com/TWR-K70F120M.
1.4 Reference Documents
The documents listed below should be referenced for more information on the Kinetis family, Tower
System, and MCU Modules. These can be found in the documentation section of freescale.com/TWRK70F120M or freescale.com/kinetis.
 TWR-K70F120M-QSG: Quick Start Guide
 TWR-K70F120M-SCH: Schematics
 TWR-K70F120M-PWB: Design Package
 K70 Family Product Brief
 K70 Family Reference Manual
 Tower Configuration Tool
2 Hardware Description
The TWR-K70F120M is a Tower Controller Module featuring the MK70FN1M0VMJ12—an ARM CortexM4 based microcontroller with graphical LCD controller, tamper detection, USB 2.0 HS Controller, USB
2.0 full-speed OTG controller and 10/100 Mbps Ethernet MAC in a 256 MAPBGA package with a
maximum core operating frequency of 120MHz. It is intended for use in the Freescale Tower System
but can operate stand-alone. An on-board debug circuit, OSJTAG, provides a JTAG debug interface and
a power supply input through a single USB mini-AB connector. Figure 4 shows a block diagram of the
TWR-K70F120M. The following sections describe the hardware in more detail.
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Tower Elevator Expansion Connectors
SDHC, I2S, SPI, I2C, ADC, USB, DAC, PWM, UARTs, Flexbus, Ethernet, LCD, and ULPI
5.0V
50 MHz OSC
32.768 KHz XTAL 12 MHz XTAL
IR Output
Comparator
5.0V
USB
Mini-B
OSJTAG
JTAG, Power, SCI
K70FN1M0
256 MAPBGA
GPIO / Interrupts
VBAT (RTC)
LED
DDR Controller
SPI, I2C, ADC, GPIO
ADC
LED
SDHC
MMA8451Q
LED
LED
Reset
uSD Card
Slot
Infrared Port
JTAG
SCI
Battery
Holder
3.3V
TSI, GPIO
Capacitive
Touch
Pads
NFC/FlexBus
General Purpose
Tower Plug-in
(TWRPI)
2Gb
NAND
Flash
2
IC
Freescale Device
External Connectors
Touch Tower Plug-in
(TWRPI)
1Gb
DDR2
Interface Circuits
Power
Memory
Figure 4. TWR-K70F120M Block Diagram
2.1 K70FN1M0 Microcontroller
The TWR-K70F120M module features the MK70FN1M0VMJ12. The K70 microcontroller family is part
of the Kinetis portfolio of devices built around an ARM Cortex-M4 core. Refer to the K70 Family
Product Brief and the K70 Family Reference Manual for comprehensive information on the
MK70FN1M0VMJ12 device. The key features are listed here:
 32-bit ARM Cortex-M4 core with DSP instructions
 120MHz maximum core operating frequency
 256 MAPBGA, 17mm x 17mm, 1.0mm pitch package
 1.71V – 3.6V operating voltage input range
 1 Mbyte of program flash, 128 Kbytes of static RAM
 DDR controller supporting DDR1, LPDDR1, and DDR2 memory
 NAND flash controller
 External bus interface
 Power management controller with 10 different power modes
 Multi-purpose clock generator with PLL and FLL operation modes
 16-bit SAR ADC, 12-bit DAC
 High-speed analog comparator with 6-bit DAC
 Programmable voltage reference
 USB high-speed OTG controller
 USB full-speed/low-speed OTG/Host/Device controller with device charge detect
 10/100 Mbps Ethernet MAC
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
SPI, I2C (w/ SMBUS support), UART (w/ ISO7816, CEA709.1-B (LON), and IrDA support), CAN, I2S
SD Host Controller (SDHC)
GPIO with pin interrupt support, DMA request capability, digital glitch filtering
Capacitive touch sensing inputs (TSI)
Debug interfaces: JTAG, cJTAG, SWD
Trace: TPIO, FPB, DWT, ITM, ETM, ETB
2.2 Clocking
The Kinetis MCUs start up from an internal digitally controlled oscillator (DCO). Software can enable
one, two, or three external oscillators if desired. Two of the external oscillators provide clocks to the
Multipurpose Clock Generator (MCG) module and can range from 32.768 KHz up to a 32 MHz crystal or
ceramic resonator. The external oscillator for the Real Time Clock (RTC) module accepts a 32.768 kHz
crystal.
The EXTAL0 and EXTAL1 pins of the main external oscillators can also be driven directly from an
external clock source. The TWR-K70F120M features a 50 MHz on-board clock oscillator connected to
EXTAL0 as seen in sheet 4 of the schematics. However, when the K70 Ethernet MAC is operating in
RMII mode, synchronization of the MCU input clock and the 50 MHz RMII transfer clock is important.
In this mode, the MCU input clock must be kept in phase with the 50 MHz clock supplied to the
external PHY. Therefore, the TWR-K70F120M provides the option (see jumper description in Table 5)
to select the clock input to the MCU from 1) the on-board 50MHz source or 2) an external clock from
the CLKIN0 pin on the Primary Connector. When the K70 is operating in Ethernet RMII mode, the
Tower peripheral module implementing the RMII PHY device should drive a 50 MHz clock on the
CLKIN0 signal that is kept in phase with the clock supplied to the RMII PHY. Refer to section 2.13
“Ethernet” for more information.
The TWR-K70F120M also includes a 12MHz crystal connected to EXTAL1/XTAL1.
2.3 System Power
In stand-alone operation, the main power source for the TWR-K70F120M module is derived from the
5.0V input from either the USB mini-B connector, J13, or the debug header, J11, when a shunt is placed
on jumper J12. A low-dropout regulator provides a 3.3V supply from the 5.0V input voltage. Refer to
sheet 6 of the TWR-K70F120M schematics for more details.
When installed into a Tower System, the TWR-K70F120M can be powered from either an on-board
source or from another source in the assembled Tower System. If both the on-board and off-board
sources are available, the TWR-K70F120M will default to the off-board source.
The 3.3V power supplied to the MCU is routed through two jumpers, J8 and J20. J8 can be supplies
VDD to the processor and also VDD_INT as long as J20 is installed. J20 supplies VDD_INT to the
processor. The jumper shunts can be removed to allow for either 1) alternate MCU supply voltages to
be injected or 2) the measurement of power consumed by the MCU.
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2.3.1 RTC VBAT
The Real Time Clock (RTC) module on the K70 has two modes of operation, system power-up and
system power-down. During system power-down, the RTC is powered from the backup power supply,
VBAT. The TWR-K70F120M provides a battery holder for a coin cell battery that can be used as the
VBAT supply. The holder can accept common 20mm diameter 3V lithium coin cell batteries (e.g. 2032,
2025). Refer to the description J17 in Table 5 “TWR-K70F120M Jumper Table” for more information.
2.4 Debug Interface
There are two debug interface options provided: the on-board OSJTAG circuit and an external Cortex
Debug+ETM connector.
2.4.1 OSJTAG
An on-board MC9S08JM60 based Open Source JTAG (OSJTAG) circuit provides a JTAG debug interface
to the K70FN1M0. A standard USB A male to Mini-B male cable (provided) can be used for debugging
via the USB connector, J13. The OSJTAG interface also provides a USB to serial bridge. Drivers for the
OSJTAG interface are provided in the P&E Micro Kinetis Tower Toolkit (available on the included DVD).
2.4.2 Cortex Debug+ETM Connector
The Cortex Debug+ETM connector is a 20-pin (0.05") connector providing access to the SWD, SWV,
JTAG, cJTAG, EzPort and ETM trace (4-bit) signals available on the K70 device. The pinout and K70 pin
connections to the debug connector, J11, is shown in Table 1Table 1.
NOTE: The TRACE_CLKOUT signal is not connected to the debug connector by default. In order to use
trace functionality R137 should be populated and R138 and R11 should be removed.
Table 1. Cortex Debug+ETM Connector Pinout
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Function
VTref
TMS / SWDIO
GND
TCK / SWCLK
GND
TDO / SWO
Key
TDI
GNDDetect
nRESET
Target Power
TRACECLK
Target Power
TRACEDATA[0]
GND
TRACEDATA[1]
GND
TWR-K70F120M Connection
3.3V MCU supply (P3V3_MCU)
PTA3/SCI0_RTS_b/FTM0_CH0/JTAG_MS/SWD_DIO
GND
PTA0/SCI0_CTS_b/FTM0_CH5/JTAG_CLK/SWD_CLK/EZP_CLK
GND
PTA2/SCI0_TX/FTM0_CH7/JTAG_DO/TRACE_SWO/EZP_DO
―
PTA1/SCI0_RX/FTM0_CH6/JTAG_DI/EZP_DI
PTA4/FTM0_CH1/MS/NMI_b/EZP_CS_b
RESET_b
5V supply (via J12)
PTA6/FTM0_CH3/TRACE_CLKOUT
5V supply (via J12)
PTA10/FTM2_CH0/FTM2_QD_PHA/TRACE_D0
GND
PTA9/FTM1_CH1/FTM1_QD_PHB/TRACE_D1
GND
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Pin
18
19
20
Function
TRACEDATA[2]
GND
TRACEDATA[3]
TWR-K70F120M Connection
PTA8/FTM1_CH0/FTM1_QD_PHA/TRACE_D2
GND
PTA7/FTM0_CH4/TRACE_D3
Note: Many of the trace signals connected to the debug connector are also connected elsewhere on
the TWR-K70F120M. Refer to Table 6 “I/O Connectors and Pin Usage Table” and Table 7 “TWRK70F120M Primary Connector Pinout” for more information.
2.5 Graphical LCD Interface
The K70FN1M0 processor includes an on-chip graphical LCD controller module. The module is not used
directly on the TWR-K70F120M board, but the LCD signals are routed to the Secondary connector,
allowing the connection to an external LCD or additional circuitry on a Tower peripheral module.
The TWR-LCD-RGB will provide an LCD panel and all required external circuitry so that it can interface
directly to the TWR-K70F120M. This is an easy way to evaluate the graphical LCD module on the K70
processor.
2.6 DDR2 Memory
The TWR-K70F120M includes 1Gb of DDR2 memory (MT47H64M16HR-25). The board also includes a
DDR regulator that provides the main 1.8V supply for the memory and the processors SDRAM pads as
well as VTT and VREF voltages.
2.7 NAND Flash
The TWR-K70F120M includes 2Gb of SLC NAND flash memory (MT29F2G15ABAEAWP). The data lines
used for the NAND flash are shared between the NAND flash controller and the FlexBus interface.
Internal arbitration logic in the processor allows for dynamic sharing between the NAND flash and
FlexBus interfaces.
2.8 Infrared Port
An infrared transmit and receive interface is implemented on the board. The CMT_IRO pin directly
drives an infrared diode. The receiver uses an infrared phototransistor connected to an on-chip analog
comparator through a low-pass filter. Internal to the K70 device, the output of the analog comparator
can be routed to a UART module for easier processing of the incoming data stream.
2.9 Accelerometer
An MMA8451Q digital accelerometer is connected to the K70 MCU through an I2C interface and a
GPIO/IRQ signal. Refer to Table 6 “I/O Connectors and Pin Usage Table” for connection details.
2.10 Potentiometer, Pushbuttons, LEDs
The TWR-K70F120M features two pushbutton switches connected to GPIO/interrupt signals, one
pushbutton connected to the master reset signal, four capacitive touch pad electrodes, four usercontrollable LEDs, and a potentiometer connected to an ADC input signal. Refer to Table 6 “I/O
Connectors and Pin Usage Table” for information about which port pins are connected to these
features.
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2.11 General Purpose Tower Plug-in (TWRPI) Socket
The TWR-K70F120M features a socket that can accept a variety of different Tower Plug-in modules
featuring sensors, RF transceivers, and more. The General Purpose TWRPI socket provides access to
I2C, SPI, IRQs, GPIOs, timers, analog conversion signals, TWRPI ID signals, reset, and voltage supplies.
The pinout for the TWRPI Socket is defined in Table 2.
Refer to Table 6 “I/O Connectors and Pin Usage Table” for the specific K70 pin connections to the
General Purpose TWRPI socket.
Table 2. General Purpose TWRPI socket pinout
Left-side 2x10 Connector
Pin Description
1
5V VCC
2
3.3 V VCC
3
GND
4
3.3V VDDA
5
VSS (Analog GND)
6
VSS (Analog GND)
7
VSS (Analog GND)
8
ADC: Analog 0
9
ADC: Analog 1
10 VSS (Analog GND)
11 VSS (Analog GND)
12 ADC: Analog 2
13 VSS (Analog GND)
14 VSS (Analog GND)
15 GND
16 GND
17 ADC: TWRPI ID 0
18 ADC: TWRPI ID 1
19 GND
20 Reset
Right-side 2x10 Connector
Pin Description
1
GND
2
GND
3
I2C: SCL
4
I2C: SDA
5
GND
6
GND
7
GND
8
GND
9
SPI: MISO
10 SPI: MOSI
11 SPI: SS
12 SPI: CLK
13 GND
14 GND
15 GPIO: GPIO0/IRQ
16 GPIO: GPIO1/IRQ
17 GPIO: GPIO2
18 GPIO: GPIO3
19 GPIO: GPIO4/Timer
20 GPIO: GPIO5/Timer
2.12 Touch Interface
The touch sensing input (TSI) module of the Kinetis MCUs provides capacitive touch sensing detection
with high sensitivity and enhanced robustness. Each TSI pin implements the capacitive measurement of
an electrode.
The TWR-K70F120M provides two methods for evaluating the TSI module. There are four individual
electrodes on-board the TWR-K70F120M that simulate pushbuttons. Additionally, twelve TSI signals
are connected to a Touch Tower Plug-in (TWRPI) socket that can accept Touch TWRPI daughter cards
that may feature keypads, rotary dials, sliders, etc.
The pinout for the Touch TWRPI socket is defined in Table 3. Refer to Table 6 “I/O Connectors and Pin
Usage Table” for the specific K70 pin connections to the Touch TWRPI socket.
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Table 3. Touch TWRPI socket pinout
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Description
5V VCC
3.3 V VCC
Electrode 0
3.3V VDDA
Electrode 1
VSS (Analog GND)
Electrode 2
Electrode 3
Electrode 4
Electrode 5
Electrode 6
Electrode 7
Electrode 8
Electrode 9
Electrode 10
Electrode 11
ADC: TWRPI ID 0
ADC: TWRPI ID 1
GND
Reset
2.13 Ethernet
The K70FN1M0 features a 10/100 Mbps Ethernet MAC with MII and RMII interfaces. The TWRK70F120M routes the RMII interface signals from the K70 MCU to the Primary Connector, allowing the
connection to an external Ethernet PHY device on a Tower peripheral module.
When the K70 Ethernet MAC is operating in RMII mode, synchronization of the MCU clock and the 50
MHz RMII transfer clock is important. The MCU input clock must be kept in phase with the 50 MHz
clock supplied to the external PHY. Therefore, the TWR-K70F120M provides the option (see jumper
descriptions Table 5) to clock the MCU from an external clock from the CLKIN0 pin on the Primary
Connector. The Tower peripheral module implementing the RMII PHY device should drive a 50 MHz
clock on the CLKIN0 pin that is kept in phase with the clock supplied to the RMII PHY.
The TWR-SER module that comes as part of the TWR-K70F120M-KIT provides a 10/100 Ethernet PHY
that can operate in either MII or RMII mode. By default the PHY is boot strapped to operate in MII
mode; therefore jumper configuration changes may be required. Table 4 shows the settings for proper
interoperability between the Ethernet interface on the TWR-SER and the TWR-K70F120M.
Table 4. Ethernet operation jumper settings
Tower Module
TWR-K70F120M(rev B)
TWR-K70F120M(rev C)
Jumper
J19
J18
Setting
OFF
ON
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TWR-SER
TWR-SER
TWR-SER
J2
J3
J12
3-4
2-3
9-10
2.14 USB
The K70FN1M0 features two different USB modules--a USB full-speed/low-speed OTG/Host/Device
controller with built-in transceiver and a high-speed OTG/Host/Device controller that requires a
external ULPI PHY.
2.14.1 FS/LS USB
The TWR-K70F120M routes the USB D+ and D- signals from the K70 MCU to the Primary Connector,
allowing the connection to external USB connectors or additional circuitry on a Tower peripheral
module.
The TWR-SER module included as part of the TWR-K70F120M-KIT provides a USB OTG/Host/Device
interface with a mini-AB USB connector. There are many configuration options that can be selected to
evaluate different USB modes of operation. By default, the TWR-SER is configured for USB Device
operation. Please refer to the documentation included with the TWR-SER for more information on the
configuration options.
Note: In order to use the USB module in true OTG mode, VREGIN must be powered before the USB
cable is plugged in. By default the board does not support this. The board can be modified by removing
the jumper on J1, then directly connecting P5V_ELEV (or another 5V net that will be active during
testing) to pin1 of J1 so that VREGIN has a 5V supply independent of the USB port on the TWR-SER
board.
2.14.2 HS USB
The TWR-K70F120M routes the ULPI interface signals for the high-speed USB module to the Secondary
Connector allowing the connection to an external ULPI PHY or additional circuitry on a Tower
peripheral module.
The TWR-SER2 module includes a ULPI PHY that can be used with the TWR-K70F120M in order to
evaluate the high-speed USB functionality. The TWR-SER2 is not included as part of the TWRK70F120M-KIT, but the boards can be ordered individually from Freescale.
2.15 Secure Digital Card Slot
A Micro-Secure Digital (SD) card slot is available on the TWR-K70F120M connected to the SD Host
Controller (SDHC) signals of the K70 MCU. This slot will accept micro-SD memory cards. Refer to Table
6 “I/O Connectors and Pin Usage Table” for the SDHC signal connection details.
2.16 External Bus Interface – FlexBus
The K70 device features a multi-function external bus interface called the FlexBus interface controller
capable of interfacing to slave-only devices. The FlexBus interface is not used directly on the TWRK70F120M. Instead, a subset of the FlexBus is connected to the Primary Connector so that the external
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bus can access devices on Tower peripheral modules. Refer to Table 7 “TWR-K70F120M Primary
Connector Pinout” and sheet 8 of the TWR-K70F120M schematics for more details.
3 Jumper Table
There are several jumpers on the TWR-K70F120M that provide configuration selection and signal
isolation. Refer to the following table for details. The default installed jumper settings are shown in
bold with asterisks.
Table 5. TWR-K70F120M Jumper Table
Jumper
J1
Option
USB VREGIN Power
Connection
J2
Infrared Transmitter
Connection
J8
MCU Power Connection
Setting
*ON*
OFF
ON
*OFF*
*ON*
J10
OSJTAG Mode Selection
OFF
ON
*OFF*
ON
J12
JTAG Power Connection
*OFF*
ON
J16
J17
Infrared Receiver
Connection
Description
Connect USB0_VBUS from Primary Elevator (A57) to
VREGIN
Disconnect VREGIN from Primary Elevator
Connect PTD7/CMT_IRO/UART0_TX to IR Transmitter (D1)
Disconnect PTD7/CMT_IRO/UART0_TX from IR Transmitter
(D1)
Connect on-board 3.3V supply to MCU
Isolate MCU from power supply (allows for external supply
or power measurements)
OSJTAG bootloader mode (OSJTAG firmware
reprogramming)
Debugger mode
Connect on-board 5V supply to JTAG port (supports
powering board from external JTAG probe)
Disconnect on-board 5V supply from JTAG port
Connect DAC1_OUT/CMP2_IN3 to IR Receiver
*OFF*
Disconnect DAC1_OUT/CMP2_IN3 to IR Receiver
*1-2*
Connect VBAT to on-board 3.3V supply
VBAT Power Selection
2-3
Connect VBAT to the higher voltage between on-board 3.3V
supply or coin-cell supply
On-board 50MHz oscillator disabled. Off-board clock drives
main EXTAL.
J18
(revC
board)
50 MHz oscillator output
enable
ON
*OFF*
NOTE: This option should be selected whenever a tower
module card that provides a clock on primary elevator pin
B24 is connected to the CPU module. Otherwise there will be
contention between the two clock sources.
On-board 50MHz oscillator enabled. On-board 50 MHz clock
drives main EXTAL.
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J19
(revC
board)
*ON*
Power supply to 50MHz oscillator enabled.
OFF
Power supply to 50MHz oscillator disabled.
50 MHz oscillator power
*ON*
J19
(revB
board)
50MHz clock disable.
J20
MCU VDD_INT Power
Connection
OFF
*ON*
OFF
On-board 50MHz oscillator enabled. On-board 50 MHz clock
drives main EXTAL.
On-board 50MHz oscillator disabled. Off-board clock drives
main EXTAL.
NOTE: This option must be selected whenever a tower
module card that provides a clock on primary elevator pin
B24 is connected to the CPU module. Otherwise there will be
contention between the two clock sources.
Connect VDD and VDD_INT rails together
Isolate MCU VDD_INT from power supply (allows for
external supply or power measurements)
4 Input/Output Connectors and Pin Usage Table
The following table provides details on which K70FN1M0 pins are used to communicate with the LEDs,
switches, and other I/O interfaces onboard the TWR-K70F120M.
Note: Some port pins are used in multiple interfaces on-board and many are potentially connected to
off-board resources via the Primary and Secondary Connectors. Take care to avoid attempted
simultaneous usage of mutually exclusive features.
Table 6. I/O Connectors and Pin Usage Table
Feature
OSJTAG USB-toserial Bridge
SD Card Slot
Infrared Port
Pushbuttons
Touch Pads
Connection
OSJTAG Bridge RX Data
OSJTAG Bridge TX Data
SD Clock
SD Command
SD Data0
SD Data1
SD Data2
SD Data3
SD Card Detect
IR Transmit
IR Receive
SW1 (IRQ0)
SW2 (IRQ1)
SW3 (RESET)
E1 / Touch
E2 / Touch
E3 / Touch
E4 / Touch
Port Pin
PTE17
PTE16
PTE2
PTE3
PTE1
PTE0
PTE5
PTE4
PTE28
PTD7
―
PTD0
PTE26
RESET_b
PTA4
PTB3
PTB2
PTB16
Pin Function
UART2_RX
UART2_TX
SDHC0_DCLK
SDHC0_CMD
SDHC0_D0
SDHC0_D1
SDHC0_D2
SDHC0_D3
PTE28
CMT_IRO
CMP2_IN3
PTD0
PTE26
RESET_b
TSI0_CH5
TSI0_CH8
TSI0_CH7
TSI0_CH9
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LEDs
Potentiometer
Accelerometer
General Purpose
TWRPI Socket
Touch Pad /
Segment LCD TWRPI
Socket
I2S/SAI Header
E1 / Orange LED
E2 / Yellow LED
E3 / Green LED
E4 / Blue LED
Potentiometer (R71)
I2C SDA
I2C SCL
INT1
INT2
TWRPI AN0 (J4 Pin 8)
TWRPI AN1 (J4 Pin 9)
TWRPI AN2 (J4 Pin 12)
TWRPI ID0 (J4 Pin 17)
TWRPI ID1 (J4 Pin 18)
TWRPI I2C SCL (J5 Pin 3)
TWRPI I2C SDA (J5 Pin 4)
TWRPI SPI MISO (J5 Pin 9)
TWRPI SPI MOSI (J5 Pin
10)
TWRPI SPI SS (J5 Pin 11)
TWRPI SPI CLK (J5 Pin 12)
TWRPI GPIO0 (J5 Pin 15)
TWRPI GPIO1 (J5 Pin 16)
TWRPI GPIO2 (J5 Pin 17)
TWRPI GPIO3 (J5 Pin 18)
TWRPI GPIO4 (J5 Pin 19)
Electrode 0 (J3 Pin 3)
Electrode 1 (J3 Pin 5)
Electrode 2 (J3 Pin 7)
Electrode 3 (J3 Pin 8)
Electrode 4 (J3 Pin 9)
Electrode 5 (J3 Pin 10)
Electrode 6 (J3 Pin 11)
Electrode 7 (J3 Pin 12)
Electrode 8 (J3 Pin 13)
Electrode 9 (J3 Pin 14)
Electrode 10 (J3 Pin 15)
Electrode 11 (J3 Pin 16)
TWRPI ID0 (J3 Pin 17)
TWRPI ID1 (J3 Pin 18)
RX_FS
TX_FS
TXD0
PTA11
PTA28
PTA29
PTA10
―
PTE18
PTE19
PTB4
PTB7
―
―
―
―
―
PTE19
PTE18
PTD14
PTA11
PTA28
PTA29
PTA10
ADC1_DM1
I2C0_SDA
I2C0_SCL
PTB4
PTB7
ADC0_DP0/ADC1_DP3
ADC0_DM0/ADC1_DM3
ADC1_DP0/ADC0_DP3
ADC0_DP1/ADC2_DP0/ADC3_DP3
ADC0_DM1/ADC2_DM0/ADC3_DM3
I2C0_SCL
I2C0_SDA
SPI2_SIN
PTD13
PTD15
PTD12
PTB4
PTB8
PTB9
PTA19
PTE26
PTB0
PTB1
PTB2
PTB3
PTC0
PTC1
PTC2
PTA4
PTB16
PTB17
PTB18
PTB19
―
―
PTE8
PTE11
PTE10
SPI2_SOUT
SPI2_PCS1
SPI2_SCK
PTB4
PTB8
PTB9
PTA19
PTE26
TSI0_CH0
TSI0_CH6
TSI0_CH7
TSI0_CH8
TSI0_CH13
TSI0_CH14
TSI0_CH15
TSI0_CH5
TSI0_CH9
TSI0_CH10
TSI0_CH11
TSI0_CH12
ADC1_DP1
ADC1_SE16
I2S0_RX_FS
I2S0_TX_FS
I2S0_TXD0
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RXD0
RX_BCLK
TX_BCLK
PTE7
PTE9
PTE12
I2S0_RXD0
I2S0_RX_BCLK
I2S0_TX_BCLK
MCLK
PTE6
I2S0_MCLK
5 Tower Elevator Connections
The TWR-K70F120M features two expansion card-edge connectors that interface to the Primary and
Secondary Elevator boards in a Tower system. The Primary Connector (comprised of sides A and B) is
utilized by the TWR-K70F120M while the Secondary Connector (comprised of sides C and D) only
makes connections to the GND pins. Table 7 provides the pinout for the Primary Connector.
Table 7. TWR-K70F120M Primary Connector Pinout
Pi
n
#
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B1
0
B1
1
B1
2
B1
3
B1
4
B1
5
B1
6
B1
7
B1
8
Side B
Name
5V
GND
3.3V
Group
Power
Power
Power
ELE_PS_SENSE
GND
GND
SDHC_CLK /
SPI1_CLK
SDHC_D3 /
SPI1_CS1_b
SDHC_D3 /
SPI1_CS0_b
SDHC_CMD /
SPI1_MOSI
SDHC_D0 /
SPI1_MISO
Power
Power
Power
SDHC /
SPI 1
SDHC /
SPI 1
SDHC /
SPI 1
SDHC /
SPI 1
SDHC /
SPI 1
ETH_COL
Ethernet
ETH_RXER
Ethernet
ETH_TXCLK
Ethernet
ETH_TXEN
Ethernet
ETH_TXER
Ethernet
ETH_TXD3
Ethernet
ETH_TXD2
Ethernet
TWR-K70F120M Primary Connector
Pi
n
Usage
#
Name
5.0V Power
A1
5V
Ground
A2
GND
3.3V Power
A3
3.3V
Elevator Power
Sense
A4
3.3V
Ground
A5
GND
Ground
A6
GND
PTE2
A7
A8
PTE4
PTE3
PTE1
PTA5
PTA15
A9
A1
0
A1
1
A1
2
A1
3
A1
4
A1
5
A1
6
A1
7
A1
8
Side A
Group
Power
Power
Power
Usage
5.0V Power
Ground
3.3V Power
Power
Power
Power
3.3V Power
Ground
Ground
SCL0
I2C 0
PTE19
SDA0
I2C 0
PTE18
GPIO9 / CTS1
GPIO8 /
SDHC_D2
GPIO7 /
SD_WP_DET
GPIO /
UART
GPIO /
SDHC
GPIO /
SDHC
ETH_CRS
ETH_MDC
ETH_MDIO
ETH_RXCLK
ETH_RXDV
ETH_RXD3
ETH_RXD2
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Etherne
t
Etherne
t
Etherne
t
Etherne
t
Etherne
t
Etherne
t
Etherne
t
PTE18
PTE5
PTE27
PTB1
PTB0
PTA14
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B1
9
B2
0
B2
1
B2
2
B2
3
B2
4
B2
5
B2
6
B2
7
B2
8
B2
9
B3
0
B3
1
B3
2
B3
3
B3
4
B3
5
B3
6
B3
7
B3
8
B3
9
B4
0
B4
1
B4
2
B4
3
B4
4
B4
5
ETH_TXD1
Ethernet
PTA17
ETH_TXD0
Ethernet
PTA16
GPIO2 / SDHC_D1
GPIO /
UART
GPIO /
SDHC
GPIO3
GPIO
PTE28
CLKIN0
Clock
PTA18
CLKOUT1
Clock
PTE26
GND
Power
AN7
ADC
AN6
ADC
ADC0_DM1
AN5
ADC
ADC1_DP1
AN4
ADC
ADC1_DM1
GND
Power
DAC1
DAC
TMR3
Timer
TMR2
Timer
PTD6
GPIO4
GPIO
PTB8
3.3V
Power
PWM7
PWM
PTA2
PWM6
PWM
PTA1
PWM5
PWM
PTD5
PWM4
PWM
PTA7
CANRX0
CAN 0
PTC16
CANTX0
CAN 0
PTC17
1WIRE
1-Wire
SPI0_MISO
SPI 0
PTD14
SPI0_MOSI
SPI 0
PTD13
GPIO1 / RTS1
PTE19
PTE0
Ground
ADC0_DP1
Ground
DAC1_OUT
3.3V Power
A1
9
A2
0
A2
1
A2
2
A2
3
A2
4
A2
5
A2
6
A2
7
A2
8
A2
9
A3
0
A3
1
A3
2
A3
3
A3
4
A3
5
A3
6
A3
7
A3
8
A3
9
A4
0
A4
1
A4
2
A4
3
A4
4
A4
5
ETH_RXD1
ETH_RXD0
Etherne
t
Etherne
t
PTA12
PTA13
SSI_MCLK
SSI
SSI_BCLK
SSI
SSI_FS
SSI
SSI_RXD
SSI
SSI_TXD
SSI
GND
Power
AN3
ADC
AN2
ADC
AN1
ADC
AN0
ADC
GND
Power
DAC0
DAC
TMR1
Timer
PTA9
TMR0
Timer
PTA8
GPIO6
GPIO
PTB9
3.3V
Power
PWM3
PWM
PTA6
PWM2
PWM
PTC3
PWM1
PWM
PTC2
PWM0
PWM
PTC1
RXD0
UART 0
PTF7
TXD0
UART 0
PTF8
RXD1
UART 1
PTE17
TXD1
UART 1
PTE16
VSS
Analog
Vref
VSSA
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PTE6
PTE12
PTE11
PTE7
PTE10
Ground
PGA0_DP/ADC0_DP0/A
DC1_DP3
PGA0_DM/ADC0_DM0/
ADC1_DM3
PGA1_DP/ADC1_DP0/A
DC0_DP3
PGA1_DM/ADC1_DM0/
ADC0_DM3
Ground
DAC0_OUT
3.3V Power
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B4
6
B4
7
B4
8
B4
9
B5
0
B5
1
B5
2
B5
3
B5
4
B5
5
B5
6
B5
7
B5
8
B5
9
B6
0
B6
1
B6
2
B6
3
B6
4
B6
5
B6
6
B6
7
B6
8
B6
9
B7
0
B7
1
B7
2
SPI0_CS0_b
SPI 0
PTD11
SPI0_CS1_b
SPI 0
PTD15
SPI0_CLK
SPI 0
PTD12
GND
Power
SCL1
I2C 1
PTE19
SDA1
I2C 1
PTE18
GPIO5 /
SD_CARD_DET
GPIO /
SDHC
PTE28
USB0_DP_PDOWN
USB0_DM_PDOW
N
USB 0
IRQ_H
Interrupt
IRQ_G
Interrupt
IRQ_F
Interrupt
IRQ_E
Interrupt
IRQ_D
Interrupt
PTB6
IRQ_C
Interrupt
PTB6
IRQ_B
Interrupt
PTB7
IRQ_A
Interrupt
PTB7
EBI_ALE /
EBI_CS1_b
EBI
PTD0
EBI_CS0_b
EBI
PTD1
GND
Power
Ground
USB 0
PTB4
PTB4
PTB5
PTB5
Ground
EBI
PTB18
EBI
PTB17
EBI
PTB16
EBI
PTB11
EBI_AD19
EBI
PTB10
EBI_R/W_b
EBI
PTC11
EBI_OE_b
EBI
PTB19
EBI_AD15
EBI_AD16
EBI_AD17
EBI_AD18
A4
6
A4
7
A4
8
A4
9
A5
0
A5
1
A5
2
A5
3
A5
4
A5
5
A5
6
A5
7
A5
8
A5
9
A6
0
A6
1
A6
2
A6
3
A6
4
A6
5
A6
6
A6
7
A6
8
A6
9
A7
0
A7
1
A7
2
VDDA
Analog
Vref
CANRX1
CAN 1
CANTX1
CAN 1
GND
Power
GPIO14
GPIO
GPIO15
GPIO
GPIO16
GPIO
GPIO17
GPIO
USB0_DM
USB0_DP
USB0_ID
USB0_VBUS
USB 0
USB 0
VDDA
Ground
USB0_DM
USB0_DP
USB 0
USB 0
VREGIN
I2S0_DIN_SC
K
I2S
I2S0_DIN_WS
I2S
I2S0_DIN1
I2S
I2S0_DOUT1
I2S
RSTIN_b
Reset
RESET_b
RSTOUT_b
Reset
PTB8
CLKOUT0
Clock
PTC3
GND
Power
EBI_AD14
EBI_AD13
EBI_AD12
EBI_AD11
EBI_AD10
EBI_AD9
EBI_AD8
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PTE9
PTE8
PTE8
PTE9
Ground
EBI
PTC0
EBI
PTC1
EBI
PTC2
EBI
PTC4
EBI
PTC5
EBI
PTC6
EBI
PTC7
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B7
3
B7
4
B7
5
B7
6
B7
7
B7
8
B7
9
B8
0
B8
1
B8
2
EBI_D7
EBI
PTB20
EBI_D6
EBI
PTB21
EBI_D5
EBI
PTB22
EBI_D4
EBI
PTB23
EBI_D3
EBI
PTC12
EBI_D2
EBI
PTC13
EBI_D1
EBI
PTC14
EBI_D0
EBI
PTC15
GND
Power
Ground
3.3V
Power
3.3V Power
A7
3
A7
4
A7
5
A7
6
A7
7
A7
8
A7
9
A8
0
A8
1
A8
2
EBI_AD7
EBI_AD6
EBI_AD5
EBI_AD4
EBI_AD3
EBI_AD2
EBI_AD1
EBI_AD0
EBI
PTC8
EBI
PTC9
EBI
PTC10
EBI
PTD2
EBI
PTD3
EBI
PTD4
EBI
PTD5
EBI
PTD6
GND
Power
Ground
3.3V
Power
3.3V Power
Table 8. TWR-K70F120M Primary Connector Pinout
TWR-K70F120M Secondary Connector
Pi
n
#
Name
Group
D1
D2
5V
GND
Power
Power
D3
3.3V
Power
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D1
0
D1
1
ELE_PS_SENSE
GND
GND
SPI2_CLK
SPI2_CS1_b
SPI2_CS0_b
Power
Power
Power
SPI 2
SPI 2
SPI 2
SPI2_MOSI
SPI 2
PTD13
SPI2_MISO
SPI 2
PTD14
ETH_COL
Ethernet
ETH_RXER
Ethernet
ETH_TXCLK
Ethernet
ETH_TXEN
Ethernet
D1
2
D1
3
D1
4
D1
5
Pi
n
#
Name
Group
5.0V Power
Ground
C1
C2
5V
GND
Power
Power
3.3V Power
Elevator Power
Sense
Ground
Ground
PTD12
PTD15
PTD11
C3
3.3V
Power
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C1
0
C1
1
3.3V
GND
GND
SCL2
SDA2
GPIO25
Power
Power
Power
I2C 2
I2C 2
GPIO
ULPI_STOP
ULPI
PTA9
ULPI_CLK
ULPI
PTA6
GPIO26
GPIO
ETH_MDC
Ethernet
ETH_MDIO
Ethernet
ETH_RXCLK
Ethernet
Side D
Usage
C1
2
C1
3
C1
4
C1
5
Side C
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Usage
5.0V
Power
Ground
3.3V
Power
3.3V
Power
Ground
Ground
PTE19
PTE18
D1
6
D1
7
D1
8
D1
9
D2
0
D2
1
D2
2
D2
3
D2
4
D2
5
D2
6
D2
7
D2
8
D2
9
D3
0
D3
1
D3
2
D3
3
D3
4
D3
5
D3
6
D3
7
D3
8
D3
9
D4
0
D4
1
D4
2
GPIO18
GPIO
GPIO19 / SDHC_D4
GPIO20 / SDHC_D5
GPIO /
SDHC
GPIO /
SDHC
ETH_TXD1
Ethernet
ETH_TXD0
Ethernet
ULPI_NEXT /
USB1_DM
ULPI_DIR /
USB1_DP
UPLI_DATA5 /
USB2_DM
ULPI_DATA6 /
USB2_DP
ULPI /
1
ULPI /
1
ULPI /
2
ULPI /
2
USB
PTA8
USB
PTA7
USB
PTA27
USB
PTA28
ULPI_DATA7
ULPI
PTA29
GND
LCD_HSYNC /
LCD_P24
LCD_VSYNC /
LCD_P25
Power
Ground
Display
PTF2
Display
PTF3
AN13
ADC
AN12
ADC
GND
LCD_CLK /
LCD_P26
Power
Ground
Display
PTF0
TMR11
Timer
TMR10
Timer
GPIO21
GPIO
3.3V
Power
PWM15
PWM
PWM14
PWM
PWM13
PWM
PWM12
PWM
CANRX1
CAN 1
CANTX1
CAN 1
3.3V Power
C1
6
C1
7
C1
8
C1
9
C2
0
C2
1
C2
2
C2
3
C2
4
C2
5
C2
6
C2
7
C2
8
C2
9
C3
0
C3
1
C3
2
C3
3
C3
4
C3
5
C3
6
C3
7
C3
8
C3
9
C4
0
C4
1
C4
2
ETH_RXDV
Ethernet
GPIO27 / SDHC_D6
GPIO28 / SDHC_D7
GPIO /
SDHC
GPIO /
SDHC
ETH_RXD1
Ethernet
ETH_RXD0
Ethernet
ULPI_DATA0
USB3_DM
ULPI_DATA1
USB3_DP
ULPI_DATA2
USB4_DM
ULPI_DATA3
USB4_DP
/
/
/
/
ULPI /
USB 3
ULPI /
USB 3
ULPI /
USB 4
ULPI /
USB 4
ULPI_DATA4
ULPI
GND
Power
AN11
ADC
AN10
ADC
AN9
ADC
AN8
ADC
GND
Power
GPIO29
GPIO
TMR9
Timer
TMR8
Timer
GPIO30
GPIO
3.3V
Power
PWM11
PWM
PWM10
PWM
PWM9
PWM
PWM8
PWM
RXD2 / TSI0
TXD2 / TSI1
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TSI
UART 2 /
TSI
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PTA10
PTA11
PTA24
PTA25
PTA26
Ground
Ground
3.3V
Power
D4
3
D4
4
D4
5
D4
6
D4
7
D4
8
D4
9
D5
0
D5
1
D5
2
D5
3
D5
4
D5
5
D5
6
D5
7
D5
8
D5
9
D6
0
D6
1
D6
2
D6
3
D6
4
D6
5
D6
6
D6
7
D6
8
D6
9
LCD_CONTRAST
Display
PTC18
LCD_OE / LCD_P27
Display
PTF1
LCD_D0 / LCD_P0
Display
PTF4
LCD_D1 / LCD_P1
Display
PTF5
LCD_D2 / LCD_P2
Display
PTF6
LCD_D3 / LCD_P3
Display
PTF7
GND
Power
Ground
GPIO23
GPIO
GPIO24
GPIO
LCD_D12 /
LCD_P12
LCD_D13 /
LCD_P13
LCD_D14 /
LCD_P14
IRQ_P /
SPI2_CS2_b
IRQ_O /
SPI2_CS3_b
Display
PTF16
Display
PTF17
Display
Interrupt /
SPI 2
Interrupt /
SPI 2
PTF18
IRQ_N
Interrupt
PTB4
IRQ_M
Interrupt
PTB4
IRQ_L
Interrupt
PTB5
IRQ_K
Interrupt
PTB5
IRQ_J
Interrupt
PTB6
IRQ_I
Interrupt
PTB7
Display
PTF22
Display
PTF23
Power
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
Ground
LCD_D18 /
LCD_P18
LCD_D19 /
LCD_P19
GND
EBI_AD20 /
LCD_P42
EBI_AD21 /
LCD_P43
EBI_AD22 /
LCD_P44
EBI_AD23 /
LCD_P45
C4
3
C4
4
C4
5
C4
6
C4
7
C4
8
C4
9
C5
0
C5
1
C5
2
C5
3
C5
4
C5
5
C5
6
C5
7
C5
8
C5
9
C6
0
C6
1
C6
2
C6
3
C6
4
C6
5
C6
6
C6
7
C6
8
C6
9
RTS2 / TSI2
CTS2 / TSI3
RXD3 / TSI4
TXD3 / TSI5
RTS3 / TSI6
CTS3 / TSI7
UART 2
TSI
UART 2
TSI
UART 3
TSI
UART 3
TSI
UART 3
TSI
UART 3
TSI
/
/
/
/
/
/
GND
Power
Ground
LCD_D4 / LCD_P4
Display
PTF8
LCD_D5 / LCD_P5
Display
PTF9
LCD_D6 / LCD_P6
Display
PTF10
LCD_D7 / LCD_P7
Display
PTF11
LCD_D8 / LCD_P8
LCD_D9 / LCD_P9
LCD_D10 / LCD_P10
LCD_D11 / LCD_P11
Display
Display
Display
Display
PTF12
PTF13
PTF14
PTF15
TMR16
Timer
TMR15
Timer
TMR14
Timer
TMR13
Timer
LCD_D15 / LCD_P15
Display
PTF19
LCD_D16 / LCD_P16
Display
PTF20
LCD_D17 / LCD_P17
Display
PTF21
GND
EBI_BE_32_24_b /
LCD_P28
EBI_BE_23_16_b /
LCD_P29
EBI_BE_15_8_b /
LCD_P30
EBI_BE_7_0_b /
LCD_P31
Power
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
Ground
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D7
0
D7
1
D7
2
D7
3
D7
4
D7
5
D7
6
D7
7
D7
8
D7
9
D8
0
D8
1
D8
2
EBI_AD24 /
LCD_P46
EBI_AD25 /
LCD_P47
EBI_AD26 /
LCD_P48
EBI_AD27 /
LCD_P49
EBI_AD28 /
LCD_P50
EBI_AD29 /
LCD_P51
EBI_AD30 /
LCD_P52
EBI_AD31 /
LCD_P53
LCD_D20 /
LCD_P20
LCD_D21 /
LCD_P21
LCD_D22 /
LCD_P22
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
Display
PTF24
Display
PTF25
Display
PTF26
GND
Power
Ground
3.3V
Power
3.3V Power
C7
0
C7
1
C7
2
C7
3
C7
4
C7
5
C7
6
C7
7
C7
8
C7
9
C8
0
C8
1
C8
2
EBI_TSIZE0 /
LCD_P32
EBI_TSIZE1 /
LCD_P33
EBI_TS_b / LCD_P34
EBI_TBST_b /
LCD_P35
EBI_TA_b / LCD_P36
EBI_CS4_b /
LCD_P37
EBI_CS3_b /
LCD_P38
EBI_CS2_b /
LCD_P39
EBI_CS1_b /
LCD_P40
GPIO31 / LCD_P41
GPIO
Display
PTF27
GND
Power
3.3V
Power
Ground
3.3V
Power
LCD_D23 / LCD_P23
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EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
EBI /
Display
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