Hardware User Manual
Hardware User Manual
TCM-BF518 V1.x
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Document No.: 100-1261-1.0
Document Revision 3
Date: 2010-06-28
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 2 Table of Contents
1 2 Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................................. 8 1.1 Overview............................................................................................................................................................................... 8 1.2 Versions ................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 1.3 Key Features ........................................................................................................................................................................ 9 1.4 Target Applications ........................................................................................................................................................... 9 1.5 Further Information .......................................................................................................................................................... 9 Specification ...............................................................................................................................................................................10 2.1 Functional Specification ................................................................................................................................................10 2.2 Boot Mode..........................................................................................................................................................................10 2.3 Core Module Memory Map ..........................................................................................................................................11 Asynchronous Memory Banks ..............................................................................................................................................11 2.4 2.4.1 Supply Voltage ........................................................................................................................................................11 2.4.2 Supply Voltage Ripple ..........................................................................................................................................11 2.4.3 Input Clock Frequency .........................................................................................................................................11 2.4.4 Real Time Clock Crystal ........................................................................................................................................11 2.4.5 Supply Current ........................................................................................................................................................11 2.5 3 Electrical Specification ...................................................................................................................................................11 Environmental Specification ........................................................................................................................................12 2.5.1 Temperature ............................................................................................................................................................12 2.5.2 Humidity....................................................................................................................................................................12 TCM-BF518C (Connector Version) .......................................................................................................................................13 3.1 Mechanical Outline .........................................................................................................................................................13 3.2 Footprint .............................................................................................................................................................................14 3.3 Schematic Symbol of Connector Version ................................................................................................................15 3.4 Connectors Pin Assignment .........................................................................................................................................16 3.4.1 Connector X1 – (1-60) ...........................................................................................................................................16 3.4.2 Connector X2 – (61-120) ......................................................................................................................................17 3.5 Reset circuit .......................................................................................................................................................................19 3.6 Flash Memory Extension Pins ......................................................................................................................................19 3.6.1 4 5 Pins FA20 to FA24 ..................................................................................................................................................19 Application Example Schematics ........................................................................................................................................20 4.1 Schematic Example for Connecting a Physical Ethernet Chip .........................................................................20 4.2 Schematic Example for Connecting a USB 2.0 Chip.............................................................................................21 Software Support ......................................................................................................................................................................22 5.1 BLACKSheep ......................................................................................................................................................................22 5.2 uClinux ................................................................................................................................................................................22 TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 3 6 Anomalies ....................................................................................................................................................................................23 7 Production Report ....................................................................................................................................................................23 7.1 TCM-BF518 (100-1225)...................................................................................................................................................23 8 Product Changes .......................................................................................................................................................................23 9 Document Revision History ...................................................................................................................................................23 A List of Figures and Tables .......................................................................................................................................................24 TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 4 © Bluetechnix Mechatronische Systeme GmbH 2010
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responsible by himself for the functionality of his application. He is allowed to use the board only if he has the
qualification. More information is found in the General Terms and Conditions (AGB).
Information
For further information on technology, delivery terms and conditions and prices please contact Bluetechnix
(http://www.bluetechnix.com).
Warning
Due to technical requirements components may contain dangerous substances.
The Core Modules and development systems
contain ESD (electrostatic discharge) sensitive
devices.
Electro-static
charges
readily
accumulate on the human body and
equipment and can discharge without
detection. Permanent damage may occur on
devices subjected to high-energy discharges.
Proper ESD precautions are recommended to
avoid performance degradation or loss of
functionality. Unused Core Modules and
Development Boards should be stored in the
protective shipping
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 5 BLACKFIN Products
Core Modules:
TCM-BF518:
The new Core Module CM-BF518 is powered by Analog Devices' single core ADSPBF518 processor; up to 400MHz, 32MB SDRAM, up to 8MB flash. The 2x60 pin expansion
connectors are backwards compatible with other Core Modules.
CM-BF527:
The new Blackfin Processor Module is powered by Analog Devices' single core ADSPBF527 processor; key features are USB OTG 2.0 and Ethernet. The 2x60 pin expansion
connectors are backwards compatible with other Core Modules.
CM-BF533:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices' single core ADSP-BF533
processor; up to 600MHz, 32MB SDRAM, 2MB flash, 2x60 pin expansion connectors and
a size of 36.5x31.5mm.
TCM-BF537:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices' single core ADSP-BF537
processor; up to 500MHz, 32MB SDRAM, 8MB flash, a size of 28x28mm, 2x60 pin
expansion connectors, Ball Grid Array or Border Pads for reflow soldering, industrial
temperature range -40°C to +85°C.
CM-BF537E:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices' single core ADSP-BF537
processor; up to 600MHz, 32MB SDRAM, 4MB flash, integrated TP10/100 Ethernet
physical transceiver, 2x60 pin expansion connectors and a size of 36.5x31.5mm.
CM-BF537U:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices' single core ADSP-BF537
processor; up to 600MHz, 32MB SDRAM, 4MB flash, integrated USB 2.0 Device, 2x60 pin
expansion connectors and a size of 36.5x31.5mm.
CM-BF548:
The new Blackfin Processor Module is powered by Analog Devices' single core ADSPBF548 processor; key features are 64MB DDR SD-RAM 2x100 pin expansion connectors.
CM-BF561:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices' dual core ADSP-BF561
processor; up to 2x 600MHz, 64MB SDRAM, 8MB flash, 2x60 pin expansion connectors
and a size of 36.5x31.5mm.
eCM-BF561:
Blackfin Processor Module powered by Analog Devices' dual core ADSP-BF561
processor; up to 2x 600MHz, 128MB SDRAM, 8MB flash, 2x100 pin expansion connectors
and a size of 44x33mm.
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 6 Development Boards:
EVAL-BF5xx:
Low cost Blackfin processor Evaluation Board with one socket for any Bluetechnix
Blackfin Core Module. Additional interfaces are available, e.g. an SD-Card.
DEV-BF5xxDA-Lite:
Get ready to program and debug Bluetechnix Core Modules with this tiny development
platform including an USB-Based Debug Agent. The DEV-BF5xxDA-Lite is a low cost
starter development system including a VDSP++ Evaluation Software License.
DEV-BF548-Lite:
Low-cost development board with one socket for Bluetechnix CM-BF548 Core Module.
Additional interfaces are available, e.g. an SD-Card, USB and Ethernet.
DEV-BF548DA-Lite:
Get ready to program and debug Bluetechnix CM-BF548 Core Module with this tiny
development platform including an USB-Based Debug Agent. The DEV-BF548DA-Lite is
a low-cost starter development system including a VDSP++ Evaluation Software
License.
EXT-Boards:
The following Extender Boards are available: EXT-BF5xx-AUDIO, EXT-BF5xx-VIDEO, EXTBF5xx-CAM, EXT-BF5xx-EXP-TR, EXT-BF5xx-USB-ETH2, EXT-BF5xx-AD/DA, EXT-BF548EXP and EXT-BF518-ETH. Furthermore, we offer the development of customized
extender boards for our customers.
Software Support:
BLACKSheep:
The BLACKSheep VDK is a multithreaded framework for the Blackfin processor family
from Analog Devices that includes driver support for a variety of hardware extensions. It
is based on the real-time VDK kernel included within the VDSP++ development
environment.
LabVIEW:
LabVIEW embedded support for Bluetechnix Core Modules is done by SchmidEngineering AG: http://www.schmid-engineering.ch
uClinux:
All the Core Modules are fully supported by uClinux. The required boot loader and
uClinux can be downloaded from: http://blackfin.uClinux.org.
Upcoming Products and Software Releases:
Keep up-to-date with all the changes to the Bluetechnix product line and software updates at:
http://www.bluetechnix.com .
BLACKFIN Design Service
Based on more than five years of experience with Blackfin, Bluetechnix offers development assistance as well as
custom design services and software development.
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 7 1 Introduction
The TCM-BF518 is a Core Module designed for consumer temperature range and volume production. It combines a
power supply, RAM and FLASH memory in a small module with dimensions of 28x28mm.
1.1
Overview
Figure 1-1 shows the main components of the Core Module TCM-BF518.
Figure 1-1: Main components of the TCM-BF518 Core Module

Blackfin Processor BF518 from Analog Devices
o ADSP-BF518KSWZ, 400MHz (0°C to +70°C)

32 MB SDRAM
o SDRAM Clock up to 133MHz
o MT48LC16M16A2BG-7 (16Mx16, 256Mbit at 3.3 V)

8 MB of Byte Addressable Flash
o PF48F2000P0ZBQ0S (32Mx16, 2MByte directly addressable; all 8MByte addressable using external
connection of A2x lines via GPIOs)
o
Additional flash memory upon request: It can be connected through the expansion board as
parallel flash using asynchronous chip select lines or as SPI flash.

Low Voltage Reset Circuit
o Resets the module if the supply voltage drops below 2.93V.

Core Voltage Control
o Core voltage 1.35V (0.95V - 1.5V)

Peripherals available on all Core Module versions
o Power Supply
o SPORT 0
o JTAG
o UART0/UART1
o TWI (I2C compatible)
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 8 o
o
o
o

1.2
SPI (Serial Port Interface)
PPI (Parallel Port Interface)
Boot Mode Pins
GPIO’s
Peripherals only available on the Connector and BGA version
o Data Bus
o Address Bus
o Further GPIO’s
o Memory Control Signals
Versions
TCM-BF518: Connector version 2x60 connector pins
1.3
Key Features




1.4
Target Applications







1.5
Measuring only 28x28mm, the TCM-BF518 is the smallest available core module on the market.
Allows integration on a two layer baseboard.
Reduces development costs and time to market.
Very cost effective for small and medium volumes.
Generic high-performance signal processor module
VoIP
Industrial Control
Motor Control
Femto Cells
Networked Audio
Instrumentation
Further Information
Further information, and document
http://www.bluetechnix.com/goto/tcm-bf518
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual updates
are
available
on
the
product
homepage:
9 2 Specification
2.1
Functional Specification
Mem. Control, Boot Mode, JTAG, MII
Dynamic
Core Voltage
Control
BF518
@
400MHz
32 Mbyte
SDRam
256Mx16
upto
8 Mbyte
Flash
Low Voltage
Reset
Clock
Clock-out
Data & Address Bus
3V3 Power , Reset
16 Bit Data Bus
20 Bit Address Bus
PPI, SPORT0, UART1, UART2, SPI, TWI, GPIO
Figure 2-1: Detailed block diagram
Figure 2-1 shows a detailed block diagram of the TCM-BF518 module. Beside the SDRAM and a few other control
pins, the TCM-BF518 has most pins of the Blackfin processor on its two 60-pin connectors, or its BGA, or its Border
Pads.
A low voltage reset circuit guarantees a power on reset and resets the system when the input voltage drops below
2.93V for at least 140ms.
2.2
Boot Mode
By default the boot mode = 000 (BMODE2 = Low, BMODE1 = Low, BMODE0=Low). All BMODE pins have on board
pull down resistors.
Switch Settings BM3,BM2,BM1,BM0 Boot Mode 000 001 010 011 100 101 110 111 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual Description Idle ‐ No boot
Boot from 8‐ or 16‐bit external flash memory
Boot from internal SPI memory
Boot from external SPI memory (EEPROM or flash)
Boot from SPI0 host
Boot from OTP memory
Boot from SDRAM
Boot from UART0 Table 2-1: TCM-BF518 boot modes
10 Connect BMODE0 to Vcc and leave both BMODE1 and BMODE2 pins open to adjust Boot Mode 1. This is the default
boot mode for the BLACKsheep software.
2.3
Core Module Memory Map
Type FLASH *) SD‐RAM Start Address End Address 0x20000000 0x00000000 0x201FFFFF 0x01FFFFFF Size Comment 2MB
¼ of 8MB Flash, PF48F2000P0ZBQ0S 32MB 16 bit Bus Micron,MT48LC16M16A2FG Table 2-2: Memory Map
*) Be aware that you have to unlock the flash before starting an erase process!
2.3.1 Asynchronous Memory Banks
The Blackfin processor can address a maximum of 1MB with a single asynchronous memory bank. On this module,
each 2MB segment of flash is addressed using 2 asynchronous memory banks. In order to be able to use more than
2MB without using more than 2 banks, GPIOs can be used to select which 2MB section of the FLASH is visible in the
memory window of the Blackfin processor. This frees up the remaining banks for the user. Address lines A20 - A24 of
the flash are available on the connectors and can be connected to free GPIOs.
Bank Start Address End Address Size Comment 0 1 0x20000000
0x20100000
0x200FFFFF
0x201FFFFF
1MB
1MB
(Addresses FLASH) (Addresses FLASH) See Chapter 3.6, Flash Memory Extension P.
2.4
Electrical Specification
2.4.1 Supply Voltage

3.3V DC +/-10%
2.4.2 Supply Voltage Ripple

100mV peak to peak 0-20 MHz
2.4.3 Input Clock Frequency

25MHz
The Blackfin processor’s input clock frequency is 25 MHz. This frequency is derived from the on-board
crystal/oscillator and drives the Blackfin processor’s clock generator. This frequency is also made available
on the connector Pin 78 (CLKBUF).
2.4.4 Real Time Clock Crystal

32.768kHz
2.4.5 Supply Current


Maximum current: 200mA at 3.3V
Typical operating conditions at 25°C environment temperature:
o Processor running at 400MHz, Core Voltage 1.35V, SDRAM 50% bandwidth utilization at 80MHz;
140mA at 3.3V.
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 11 2.5
Environmental Specification
2.5.1 Temperature

Operating -0°C to + 70°C at 400MHz
2.5.2 Humidity

Operating: 10% to 90% (non condensing)
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 12 3
3.1
TCM-BF518C (Connector Version)
Mechanical Outline
Figure 3-1 shows the top view of the Core Module. All dimensions are given in millimeters!
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
Hole1
1
Hole2
17
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
2
4
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
3
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
Hole1
1
1
Hole2
1
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
Figure 3-1: Mechanical Outline (top view)
Figure 3-2 shows the bottom view of the Core Module (connector version).
Figure 3-2: Mechanical Outline (bottom view)
Figure 3-3 shows a side view of the Core Module with mounted connectors.
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 13 Figure 3-3: Side view with mounted connectors
The total minimum mounting height including receptacle at the baseboard is 5.8mm.
3.2
Footprint
The baseboard’s footprint for the Connector version (2x Hirose 0.6mm pitch) is shown in Figure 3-4.
Figure 3-4: Recommended footprint for the baseboard (top view)
For the baseboard the following connectors have to be used.
Baseboard Part Manufacturer X1, X2 Hirose Manufacturer Part No. FX8‐60S‐SV
Table 3-1: Baseboard connector types
The Connectors on the TCM-BF518 are of the following type:
Part Manufacturer X1, X2 Hirose 3mm height
FX8‐60P‐SV
Table 3-2: Core Module connector types
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual Manufacturer Part No. 14 3.3
Schematic Symbol of Connector Version
SPORT
TWI
GPIO/MII
Power
PPI/MII
UARTs
SPI
JTAG
1
60
2
59
3
58
4
57
5
56
6
55
7
54
8
53
9
52
10
51
11
50
12
49
13
48
14
47
15
46
16
45
17
44
18
43
19
42
20
41
21
40
22
39
23
38
24
37
25
36
26
27
34
28
33
29
32
30
31
PH2/RSCLK1/SPI1SCK/RSI DATA6
A1
PH1/RFS1/SPI1MISO/RSI_DATA5
A2
PH0/DR1PRI/SPI1SS/RSI_DATA4
A3
PH7/DR1SEC/UART1RX/TMR7/TACI2
A4
PH5/TSCLK1/ARDY/PTP_EXT_CLKIN/CDG
A5
PH4/TFS1/AOE/SPI0SEL3/CUD
A6
PH3/DT1PRI/SPI1MOSI/RSI DATA7
A7
PH6/DT1SEC/UART1TX/SPI1SEL1/CZM
A8
CLKBUF
A9
SCL
A10
SDA
A11
PG3/DR0PRI/RSI_DATA0/SPI0SEL5/TACLK3
A12
PG4/RSCLK0/RSI_DATA1/TMR5/TACI5
A13
PG2/MIITxCLK/RMIIREF_CLK/DMAR0/PWM CL A14
PG1/ERxER/DMAR1/PWM CH
A15
PG0/MIICRS/RMIICRS/HWAIT 3/SPI1SEL3
A16
Vin 3V3
A17
GND
A18
Vin 3V3
A19
CM-BF518
GND
ABE0
PF0/ETxD2/PPI D0/SPI1SEL2/TACLK6
ABE1
PF1/ERxD2/PPI D1/PWM AH/TACLK7
FA21
PF2/ETxD3/PPI D2/PWM AL
FA20
PF3/ERxD3/PPI D3/PWM BH/TACLK0
FA24
PF4/ERxCLK/PPI D4/PWM BL/TACLK1
FA23
PF5/ERxDV/PPI D5/PWM CH/TACI0
FA22
PF6/COL/PPI D6/PWM CL/TACI1
VDD_OPT
PF7/SPI0SEL1/PPI D7/PWMSYNC
PF8/MDC/PPI D8/SPI1SEL4
PF9/MDIO/PPI D9/TMR2
PF10/ETxD0/PPI D10/TMR3
PH5/ARDY
PF11/ERxD0/PPI D11/PWM AH/TACI3
PF12/ETxD1/PPI D12/PWM AL
PF13/ERxD1/PPI D13/PWM BH
PF14/ETxEN/PPI D14/PWM BL
CLKOUT
PF15/RMII PHYINT/PPI D15/PWM_SYNCA VDD-RTC
PG15/SPI0SEL2/PPIFS3/AMS3
GND
PG7/DT0PRI/RSI_CMD/TMR1/PPIFS2
PG11/AMS2
PG6/TFS0/RSI_DATA3/TMR0/PPIFS1
PG15/AMS3
PG5/RFS0/RSI_DATA2/PPICLK/TMRCLK
ARE
PG8/TSCLK0/RSI_CLK/TMR6/TACI6
AWE
PH6/DT1SEC/UART1TX/SPI1SEL1/CZM
PH4/AOE
PH7/DR1SEC/UART1RX/TMR7/TACI2
NMI
PG11/SPI0SS/AMS2/SPI1SEL5/TACLK2
RESET
PG10/DR0SEC/UART0RX/TACI4
D0
PG9/DT0SEC/UART0TX/TMR4
D1
PG14/SPI0MOSI/TMR1/PPIFS2/PWM TRIP
D2
PG13/SPI0MISO4/TMR0/PPIFS1/
D3
PG12/SPI0SCK/PPICLK/TMRCLK/PTP_PPS
D4
Bmode1
D5
Bmode0
D6
D7
GND
D8
Bmode2
D9
TCK
D10
TDO
D11
TDI
D12
Connector
TMS
D13
TRST
D14
Symbol
EMU
D15
61
120
62
119
63
118
64
117
65
116
66
115
67
114
68
113
69
112
70
111
71
110
72
109
73
108
74
.
Addr
Bus
Flashadress
76
78
103
79
102
80
101
81
100
82
99
83
98
84
97
85
96
86
95
87
94
88
93
89
92
90
91
Control
Signals
Data
Bus
Figure 3-5: Schematics symbol of the TCM-BF518 Connector version
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 15 3.4
Connector Pin Assignments
3.4.1 Connector X1 – (1-60)
Pin No.
Signal
Signal Type.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
PH2/RSCLK1/SPI1SCK/RSI DATA6
PH0/DR1PRI/SPI1SS/RSI_DATA4
PH5/TSCLK1/ARDY/PTP_EXT_CLKIN/CDG
PH3/DT1PRI/SPI1MOSI/RSI DATA7
CLKBUF
SDA
PG4/RSCLK0/RSI_DATA1/TMR5/TACI5
PG1/ERxER/DMAR1/PWM CH
Vin 3V3
Vin 3V3
PF0/ETxD2/PPI D0/SPI1SEL2/TACLK6
PF2/ETxD3/PPI D2/PWM AL
PF4/ERxCLK/PPI D4/PWM BL/TACLK1
PF6/COL/PPI D6/PWM CL/TACI1
PF8/MDC/PPI D8/SPI1SEL4
PF10/ETxD0/PPI D10/TMR3
PF12/ETxD1/PPI D12/PWM AL
PF14/ETxEN/PPI D14/PWM BL
PG15/SPI0SEL2/PPIFS3/AMS3
PG6/TFS0/RSI_DATA3/TMR0/PPIFS1
PG8/TSCLK0/RSI_CLK/TMR6/TACI6
PH7/DR1SEC/UART1RX/TMR7/TACI2
PG10/DR0SEC/UART0RX/TACI4
PG14/SPI0MOSI/TMR1/PPIFS2/PWM TRIP
PG12/SPI0SCK/PPICLK/TMRCLK/PTP_PPS
Bmode0
GND
TCK
TDI
TRST
EMU
TMS
TDO
Bmode2
nc
Bmode1
PG13/SPI0MISO4/TMR0/PPIFS1/
PG9/DT0SEC/UART0TX/TMR4
PG11/SPI0SS/AMS2/SPI1SEL5/TACLK2
PH6/DT1SEC/UART1TX/SPI1SEL1/CZM
PG5/RFS0/RSI_DATA2/PPICLK/TMRCLK
PG7/DT0PRI/RSI_CMD/TMR1/PPIFS2
PF15/RMII PHYINT/PPI D15/PWM_SYNCA
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Power
Power
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I - 10k pull down
Power
I - 10k pull up
I - 10k pull up
I - 4k7 pull down
O
I - 10k pull up
O
I - 10k pull down
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual I - 10k pull down
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
16 44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
PF13/ERxD1/PPI D13/PWM BH
PF11/ERxD0/PPI D11/PWM AH/TACI3
PF9/MDIO/PPI D9/TMR2
PF7/SPI0SEL1/PPI D7/PWMSYNC
PF5/ERxDV/PPI D5/PWM CH/TACI0
PF3/ERxD3/PPI D3/PWM BH/TACLK0
PF1/ERxD2/PPI D1/PWM AH/TACLK7
GND
GND
PG0/MIICRS/RMIICRS/HWAIT 3/SPI1SEL3
PG2/MIITxCLK/RMIIREF_CLK/DMAR0/PWM CL
PG3/DR0PRI/RSI_DATA0/SPI0SEL5/TACLK3
SCL
PH6/DT1SEC/UART1TX/SPI1SEL1/CZM
PH4/TFS1/AOE/SPI0SEL3/CUD
PH7/DR1SEC/UART1RX/TMR7/TACI2
PH1/RFS1/SPI1MISO/RSI_DATA5
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Power
Power
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
Table 3-3: Connector X1 pin assignment
Signal names correspond to those of the Blackfin processor unless otherwise stated.
3.4.2 Connector X2 – (61-120)
Pin No.
Signal
Signal Type.
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
A1
A3
A5
A7
A9
A11
A13
A15
A17
A19
A\B\E\1\
FA20
FA23
VDD_OPT
nc
PH5/ARDY
nc
CLKOUT
GND
PG15/AMS3
A\W\E\
N\M\I\
D0
D2
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
I - 10k pull down
I - 10k pull down
I/O
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual I/O
O
Power
O
O
I
I/O
I/O
17 85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
D4
D6
D8
D10
D12
D14
D15
D13
D11
D9
D7
D5
D3
D1
R\E\S\E\T\
PH4/AOE
A\R\E\
PG11/AMS2
VDD-RTC
nc
nc
nc
nc
FA22
FA24
FA21
A\B\E\0\
A18
A16
A14
A12
A10
A8
A6
A4
A2
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
I/O
O
I/O
Power
I - 10k pull down
I - 10k pull down
I - 10k pull down
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Table 3-4: Connector X2 pin assignment
Signal names correspond to those of the Blackfin processor unless otherwise stated.
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 18 3.5
Reset circuit
The reset signal of the flash and the processor are connected to a power monitoring IC. The output can be used as
power on reset for external devices, see Figure 3-6.
3.3V
RESET of Flash
TCM809SENB713
3
1
VDD
RESET
GND
2
R12
RESET of ADSP-BF5xx
470R
U5
Core Module
99
GND
External
RESET
Figure 3-6: Schematic of reset circuit on the Core Module
If reset inputs of other devices are connected to the external RESET pin, an additional driver should be used.
3.6
Flash Memory Extension Pins
3.6.1 Pins FA20 to FA24
These pins are the address lines A20 (FA20) to A24 (FA24) of the Intel P30 Flash and are pulled down by default.
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 19 4 Application Example Schematics
In the following, examples are given how a Physical Ethernet chip and a USB 2.0 chip are connected to the Core
Module.
4.1
Schematic Example for Connecting a Physical Ethernet Chip
The ADSP-BF518 from Analog Devices already integrates the Ethernet functionality. In order to use the Ethernet
feature, a Physical Ethernet chip needs to be connected to the TCM-BF518 Core Module.
3V3
2.5V_VA
7
24
ERxDV
ERxCLK
ERxER
ERxDV
ERxCLK
ERxER
3
4
5
6
9
10
11
MII_CRS
COL
MII_CRS
COL
22
21
ERxD3
ERxD2
ERxD1
ERxD0
2
1
MDC
MDIO
nRESET_ETH1
nPD
MII_PHYINT
3V3
nRESET_ETH1
48
nPD
30
MII_PHYINT
25
TxD3
TxD2
TxD1
TxD0
Tx_EN
Tx_CLK/REFCLK
Tx_ER/TXD4
VddRCV
VddRX
VddTX
VddPLL
Vdd_CORE
RxD3/PHYAD
RxRxD2/PHYAD2
Rx+
RxD1/PHYAD3
FXSD/FXEN
RxD0/PHYAD4
TxRx_DV/CRSDV/PCS_LBPK
Tx+
Rx_CLK
Rx_ER/ISO
REXT
38
31
42
600Z
L1
10u
47
2.5V_PLL
13
2.5V
32
33
34
40
41
R3
49R9
C6
10u
Rx‐
Rx+
GND
GND
6k49
CRS/RMII_BTB
COL/RMII
SPEED100/FEF
COLLISION/NWAYEN
MDC
ACTIVITY/TEST
MDIO
FDUPLEX
RESET
CLKIN/XTAL1
27
29
26
28
46
INT/PHYAD0
XTAL2
R9
49R9
LED_SPEED
R13
R8
49R9
3
2
1
D‐TVS‐USB2.0 ‐> InvNr: 10549
1
xRx‐
2
3
GND
xRx+
R5
R6
3V3
27R
27R
V2
4
5
6
xTx‐
2.5V_VA
xTx+
3V3
D‐TVS‐USB2.0 ‐> InvNr: 10549
12
11
8
7
3
2
1
9
10
C7
100n
2.5V_VA
X3
RJ45 1:1 LED
RdRd+
TdTd+
R10
GND
GND
220R
R12
R11
220R
45
2k43
8
12
23
35
36
39
43
44
3V3
C8
100n
GND
CLKBUF
6
5
4
V1
LED_ACT
27R
PD
R4
49R9
2.5V_VA
Tx‐
Tx+
R7
GND
R2
10R
GND
L2
600Z
37
2.5V_VA
C5
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
MDC
MDIO
2.5V_VA
KS8721
14
ETxEN
MII_TxCLK
ERxD[3..0]
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
ETxEN
MII_TxCLK
ERxD[3..0]
C4
10u
U2
ETxD3
ETxD2
ETxD1
ETxD0
Vdd
Vdd
ETxD[3..0]
ETxD[3..0]
C9
100n
CLKBUF
GND
Figure 4-1: Connection of the Physical Ethernet chip with the Core Module
Designator
Value
Part Number
Description
Quantity
C1, C7, C8, C9, C10, C11,
C12
100n
2238 246 19876
Capacitor non-polarized
7
C2, C4, C5, C6
C13
L1
R2
R3, R4, R8, R9
R7
R10, R12
R11
R13
U1
V1, V2
X3
10u
100p
2200Z
10R
49R9
6k49
220R
27R
10k
C0805C106K9PAC
Capacitor non-polarized
2238 867 15101
Capacitor non-polarized
742792693
Ferrite
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 10R
Resistor
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 49R9
Resistor
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 6K49
Resistor
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 220R
Resistor
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 27R
Resistor
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 10K
Resistor
KSZ8041NL
10/100BASE Physical Layer
USBLC6-2P6
TSV-Diode for USB 2.0
RJLBC-060TC1
RJ45-Connector with LEDs
Table 4-1: Bill of material of the sample schematic
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 4
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
20 4.2
Schematic Example for Connecting a USB 2.0 Chip
The following example shows how to connect a USB 2.0 chip to the TCM-BF518 Core Module.
A[7..0]
A[7..0]
2V5
3V3
2V5A
3V3
D[15..0]
15
11
27
42
55
7
3
48
1
GND
5
6
7
8
GND
D[15..0]
58
53
61
59
60
50
34
51
52
5
6
7
8
USB-nAMS
nARE
nAWE
R17
40
18
17
GND
4
3
2
1
3
3V3
2
4
26
GND
R22
13
RSDM
DM
XOUT
DP
RSDP
RREF
64
VSSC
VSSC
VSSIO
VSSIO
VSSIO
GND
GND
2k43
VBUS
24
56
33
41
54
4
10
VBUS
AVDD
PVDD
XIN
30MHz
12p
LD0
LD1
LD2
LD3
LD4
LD5
LD6
LD7
LD8
LD9
LD10
LD11
LD12
LD13
LD14
LD15
LCLKO
DREQ
IRQ
GND
1
GND
25
Y1
12p
C11
GND
NET2272REV1A‐LF
TRST
TEST
TMC2
10k
C10
VDD25
VDDC
VDDC
RESET
ALE
CS
IOR
IOW
DMARD
DMAWR
DACK
EOT
AVSS
AVSS
COM
USB‐nRESET
ALE
USB-nRESET
LA0
LA1
LA2
LA3
LA4
RPU
19
20
21
22
23
35
36
37
38
39
43
44
45
46
47
49
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
57
62
63
9
8
6
5
2
3V3
R19
1k5
DREQ
USB‐nIRQ
R20
39R
GND
R21
39R
R23
1k5
1
2
3
USB-nIRQ
X4
V3
6
5
4
6
2
3
4
1
5
USBD‐
USBD+
3V3
GND
D‐TVS‐USB2.0 ‐> InvNr: 10549
3V3
R24
47k
V4
C13
100n
12
14
16
4
3
2
1
DREQ
32
31
30
29
28
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDD33
U3
R14
10k
GND
C12
10n
R25
1M
USBDUSBD+
GND
VCC
USB‐B
GND
GND
3V3
2V5
L3
2V5A
3V3
C14
10n
C15
10n
C16
100n
C17
10u
C18
10u
GND
C19
10n
GND
C20
100n
L4
C23
10n
C21
100n
2V5
U4
1
220Z
C22
1u
3
Vin
Vout
CE
GND
XC6204‐2V5
5
2
GND
GND
220Z
Figure 4-2: Connection of the USB 2.0 chip with the Core Module
Designator
Value
Part Number
Description
Quantity
C1u, C2u
12p
2238 867 15129
Capacitor non-polarized
2
C3u, C4u, C5u, C9u, C11u
10n
2238 916 15636
Capacitor non-polarized
5
C6u, C10u, C12u
100n
2238 246 19876
Capacitor non-polarized
3
C7u, C8u
10u
C0805C106K9PAC
Capacitor non-polarized
2
L1u, L2u
220R
74279263
Ferrite
2
R1u, R3u, R11u, R12u
10k
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 10K
Resistor
4
R2u
10k
2350 025 11003
4-Resistor Array
1
R4u
1k
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 1k
Resistor
1
R5u, R6u
39R
MC 0.0654W 0603 1% 39R
Resistor
2
R7u
2k43
MULTICOMP
Resistor
1
R8u
1k5
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 1K5
Resistor
1
R9u
47k
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 47k
Resistor
1
R10u
1M
MC 0.063W 0603 1% 1M
Resistor
1
U1u
NET2272REV1A-LF
V1u
CDS3C05GTA
USB
2.0
Peripheral 1
Controller TQPF
1
X1u
2411 01
USB-Device Normal
1
Y1u
Q 30.0-JXS32-12-10/20
Crystal Oscillator
1
Table 4-2: Bill of Material of Sample Schematic
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 21 5 Software Support
5.1
BLACKSheep
The Core Module is delivered with a pre-flashed BLACKSheep VDK multithreaded framework. It contains a bootloader for flashing the Core Module via the serial port.
Please consult the software development documents for further information.
5.2
uClinux
The Core Module is fully supported by the open source platform at http://blackfin.uclinux.org. Since the Core
Modules are pre-flashed with BLACKSheep you have to flash uBoot first. You can use the BLACKSheep boot-loader
for flashing uBoot.
In order to use the Ethernet functionality of the TCM-BF518 Core Modules, you need the EXT-BF518-ETH Blackfin
Extension Board.
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 22 6 Anomalies
For the latest information regarding product anomalies, please consult the product home page:
http://www.bluetechnix.com/goto/tcm-bf518
Date Revisions
Description Table 8-1: Anomalies
7 Production Report
7.1
TCM-BF518 (100-1261)
Version
Component
Type
V1.0.1
Processor
ADSP-BF518KBCZ-4X 0.1
RAM
MT48LC16M16A2BG-75 IT:D
FLASH
PF48F2000P0ZBQ0
Table 9-1: Production Report TCM-BF518
8 Product Changes
For the latest product change information please consult the product web-page at:
http://www.bluetechnix.com/goto/tcm-BF518
Version
Changes
V1.0
Border Pad and BGA Versions added with 64MB flash addressing option,
28mmx28mm outline
9 Document Revision History
Version
Date
Document Revision
3
2010 06 28
Figure 3.5 updated
2
2010 01 26
Layout
1
2009 12 03
First release V1.0 of the Document
Table 9-1: Revision History
TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 23 A
List of Figures and Tables
Figures
Figure 1-1: Main components of the TCM-BF518 Core Module ........................................................ 8 Figure 2-1: Detailed block diagram ................................................................................................... 10 Figure 3-1: Mechanical Outline (top view) ....................................................................................... 13 Figure 3-2: Mechanical Outline (bottom view) ................................................................................ 13 Figure 3-3: Side view with mounted connectors ............................................................................... 14 Figure 3-4: Recommended footprint for the baseboard (top view) ................................................... 14 Figure 3-5: Schematics symbol of the TCM-BF518 Connector version ........................................... 15 Figure 3-6: Schematic of reset circuit on the Core Module ............................................................... 19 Figure 4-1: Connection of the Physical Ethernet chip with the Core Module ................................... 20 Figure 4-2: Connection of the USB 2.0 chip with the Core Module ................................................. 21 Tables
Table 2-1: TCM-BF518 boot modes .................................................................................................. 10 Table 2-2: Memory Map .................................................................................................................... 11 Table 3-1: Baseboard connector types ............................................................................................... 14 Table 3-2: Core Module connector types........................................................................................... 14 Table 3-3: Connector X1 pin assignment .......................................................................................... 17 Table 3-4: Connector X2 pin assignment .......................................................................................... 18 Table 4-1: Bill of material of the sample schematic .......................................................................... 20 Table 4-2: Bill of Material of Sample Schematic .............................................................................. 21 Table 8-1: Anomalies ......................................................................................................................... 23 Table 9-1: Production Report TCM-BF518 ....................................................................................... 23 Table 9-1: Revision History ............................................................................................................... 23 TCM‐BF518 V1.0‐Hardware User Manual 24 
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