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mikroBoard for ARM 144-pin

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. General information ...................................................................................................................... 4

2. LPC2214 microcontroller .............................................................................................................. 5

3. Programming the microcontroller ................................................................................................. 8

4. Voltage regulator .......................................................................................................................... 13

5. MicroSD connector ....................................................................................................................... 14

6. Flash module ................................................................................................................................ 15

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1. General information

MikroBoard for ARM 144-pin is primarily intended to be connected to the EasyARM v6 development system but can also be used as a stand-alone device. The board features the LPC2214 microcontroller, flash module, USB connector, microSD connector, JTAG connector, USB UART, voltage regulator and connectors that enable connection with the development system.

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Figure 1-1: mikroBoard for ARM 144-pin

mikroBoard for ARM 144-pin

2. LPC2214 microcontroller

The LPC2214 microcontroller in 144-pin LQFP package is soldered on the mikroBoard for ARM 144-pin. Some of its key features are:

- 16/32-bit ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller in a LQFP144 package

- 16 kB on-chip static RAM and 256 kB on-chip flash program memory. 128-bit wide interface/

accelerator enables high speed 60 MHz operation.

- In-System Programming (ISP) and In-Application Programming (IAP) via on-chip bootloader software.

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Figure 2-1: LPC2214 microcontroller

LPC2214 is connected to on board modules via pins which are also connected to CN1 and CN2 connectors. These two connectors enable the board to be connected to the EasyARM v6 development system or some other device.

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RESET

VCC-3.3

R13

1K

C 22

100nF

T1

X1

14.74568MHz

D1

1 N4148

R14

1 00

VCC-3.3

C3

100nF

VCC-3.3

C4

100nF

VCC-3.3

C5

100nF

VCC-3.3

C6

100nF

VCC-3.3

C7

100nF

VCC-3.3

C8

100nF

VCC-3.3

C9

100nF

VCC-3.3

C10

100nF

VCC-3.3

C11

100nF

VCC-3.3

C12

100nF

VCC-3.3

C13

100nF

C1

22pF

C2

22pF VCC-1.8

P2.28

P2.29

P2.30

P2.31

P0.25

NC

P0.27

P1.17

P0.28

GND

P3.29

P3.28

P3.27

GND

P2.23

P2.24

P2.25

P2.26

V3A

P1.18

P2.27

P2.22

V3

GND

P0.21

P0.22

P0.23

P1.19

P0.24

P3.26

V3

P0.29

P0.30

P1.16

P3.25

P3.24

V18A XT

P1.28 GND P2.21 P2.20

P2.19 P2.18 P2.17 P2.16 P2.15 P2.14 GND P2.13 P1.29 P2.12 P2.

LPC2214

V18 GND V3 P3.23 P3.22 P0.

P1.31 P3.21 P3.20 P3.19 P3.18 P3.17 P0.

V3 P1.26 P3.16 GND P3.15 P3.14 V3

VCC-1.8

V3

GND

P0.14

P1.0

P1.1

P3.0

P3.1

P3.2

P1.22

P0.13

P0.12

P0.11

P1.23

P3.3

P3.4

V18 P2.

P2.3

GND

P2.2

P2.1

V3

GND

P1.20

P0.17

P0.16

P0.15

P2.0

P3.30

P3.31

P1.21

GND

P0.10

V3

P0.9

P0.8

P3.5

P3.6

VCC-3.3

R7

10K

VCC-3.3

R8

10K

VCC-1.8

C14

100nF

VCC-1.8

C15

100nF

VCC-1.8

C16

100nF

VCC-3.3

VCC-1.8

Figure 2-2: LPC2214 microcontroller with oscillators connection schematic

The LPC2214 microcontroller is connected to the X1 oscillator. The X1 oscillator generates a clock used for the operation of the microcontroller. The microcontroller can be cleared by feeding the reset pin with a logic 0, i.e. by pressing the

RESET button.

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VCC-3.3

VCC-3.3

RX232A

TX232A

SCL

SDA

P0.0

P0.2

P0.4

P0.6

P0.8

P0.10

P0.12

P0.14

P0.16

P0.18

P0.20

P0.22

P0.24

P0.28

P0.30

P2.0

P2.2

P2.4

P2.6

P2.8

P2.10

P2.12

P2.14

P2.16

P2.18

P2.20

P2.22

P2.24

P2.26

P2.28

P2.30

P0.1

P0.0

P0.2

P0.3

MCU-RST#

VCC-1.8

CN1

VCC-1.8

P2.1

P2.3

P2.5

P2.7

P2.9

P2.11

P2.13

P2.15

P2.17

P2.19

P2.21

P2.23

P2.25

P2.27

P2.29

P2.31

P0.9

P0.8

P0.25

P1.25

TD1

P0.1

P0.3

P0.5

P0.7

P0.9

P0.11

P0.13

P0.15

P0.17

P0.19

P0.21

P0.23

P0.25

P0.27

P0.29

P0.31

RX232B

TX232B

CS1#

CS2#

VCC-EXT VCC

P1.0

P1.1

VCC-1.8

P2.28

P2.29

P2.30

P2.31

P0.25

NC

P0.27

P1.17

P0.28

GND

P3.29

P3.28

P3.27

GND

P2.23

P2.24

P2.25

P2.26

V3A

P1.18

P2.27

P2.22

V3

GND

P0.21

P0.22

P0.23

P1.19

P0.24

P3.26

V3

P0.29

P0.30

P1.16

P3.25

P3.24

V18A XT

P1.28 GND P2.21 P2.20

P2.19 P2.18 P2.17 P2.16 P2.15 P2.14 GND P2.13 P1.29 P2.12 P2.

LPC2214

V18 GND V3 P3.23 P3.22 P0.

P1.31 P3.21 P3.20 P3.19 P3.18 P3.17 P0.

V3 P1.26 P3.16 GND P3.15 P3.14 V3

VCC-1.8

VCC-1.8

V18 P2.

P2.3

GND

P2.2

P2.1

V3

GND

P1.20

P0.17

P0.14

P1.0

P1.1

P3.0

P3.1

P3.2

P1.22

P0.13

P0.16

P0.15

P2.0

P3.30

P3.31

P1.21

V3

GND

P0.12

P0.11

P1.23

P3.3

P3.4

GND

P0.10

V3

P0.9

P0.8

P3.5

P3.6

VCC-3.3

SS1#

SCK1

MISO1

MOSI1

P3.0

P3.2

P3.4

P3.6

P3.8

P3.10

P3.12

P3.14

P1.16

P1.18

P1.20

P1.22

P1.24

P1.26

P1.28

P1.30

P3.16

P3.18

P3.20

P3.22

P3.24

P3.26

P3.28

P3.30

P0.7

P0.4

P0.5

P0.6

CN2

P1.17

P1.19

P1.21

P1.23

P1.25

P1.27

P1.29

P1.31

P3.1

P3.3

P3.5

P3.7

P3.9

P3.11

P3.13

P3.15

P3.17

P3.19

P3.21

P3.23

P3.25

P3.27

P3.29

P3.31

P0.20

P0.17

P0.18

P0.19

SS2#

SCK2

MISO2

MOSI2

Figure 2-3: LPC2214 microcontroller with connectors connection schematic

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3. Programming the microcontroller

The microcontroller can be programmed with a bootloader or the JTAG programmer. The use of bootloader is enabled due to the bootloader code that is loaded into the microcontroller. In order to program the microcontroller with the bootloader, it is necessary to connect the board to a PC via the CN3 connector and USB cable, Figure 3-1. A .hex code is transferred from the PC to the microcontroller by using some of the bootloader programs, such as Flash Magic.

A B

Figure 3-1: USB connector for programming

The CN3 USB connector is connected to the UART module built into the microcontroller via FTDI module (FT232RL).

VCC-1.8

VCC-1.8

P2.28

P2.29

P2.30

P2.31

P0.25

NC

P0.27

P1.17

P0.28

GND

P3.29

P3.28

P3.27

GND

P2.23

P2.24

P2.25

P2.26

V3A

P1.18

P2.27

P2.22

V3

GND

P0.21

P0.22

P0.23

P1.19

P0.24

P3.26

V3

P0.29

P0.30

P1.16

P3.25

P3.24

V18A XT

P1.28 GND P2.21 P2.20

P2.19 P2.18 P2.17 P2.16 P2.15 P2.14 GND P2.13 P1.29 P2.12 P2.

LPC2214

V18 GND V3 P3.23 P3.22 P0.

P1.31 P3.21 P3.20 P3.19 P3.18 P3.17 P0.

V3 P1.26 P3.16 GND P3.15 P3.14 V3

VCC-1.8

Figure 3-2: USB UART module connection schematic

V3

GND

P0.14

P1.0

P1.1

P3.0

P3.1

P3.2

P1.22

P0.13

P0.12

P0.11

P1.23

P3.3

P3.4

V18 P2.

P2.3

GND

P2.2

P2.1

V3

GND

P1.20

P0.17

P0.16

P0.15

P2.0

P3.30

P3.31

P1.21

GND

P0.10

V3

P0.9

P0.8

P3.5

P3.6

VCC-3.3

P0.1

RESET

P0.14

P0.0

R17

100

R20

100

R19

100

VCC-3.3

R18

100

U2

GND

NC

DSR#

DCD#

CTS#

CBUS4

CBUS2

CBUS3

TXD

DTR#

RTS#

VCCIO

RXD

RI#

FT232RL

CBUS1

GND

VCC

RESET#

GND

3V3OUT

USBDM

USBDP

OSCO

OSCI

TEST

AGND

NC

CBUS1

C20

100nF

J2

VCC

STANDALONE

VCC-FTDI

C19

100nF

VCC-3.3

C21

100nF

D2

MBRS340T3

VCC-FTDI

FP1

FERRITE

C18

VCC-FTDI

E2

10uF

GND 5

USB-ID ID 4

USBDP D+ 3

USBDM D- 2

VCC-USB VBUS 1

CN3

USB MINI-B

100nF

When the mikroBoard for ARM 144-pin operates as a stand-alone device, it is necessary to place jumper J2 on the board. If the board is connected to the EasyARM v6 development system, jumper J2 should be removed.

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In next few steps is explained how to program microcontroller with bootloader via Flash Magic application.

STEP 1: Connect the system to a PC

Connect the mikroBoard for ARM 144-pin to available

USB port on your PC.

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STEP 2: Start Flash Magic

Download the Flash Magic application from http://www.flashmagictool.com/download.html&d=FlashMagic.exe and install it on your PC

When the installation is finished double click on the Flash Magic icon

STEP 3: Select MCU

Click on the Select Device button

Select MCU from the list

Click OK

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STEP 4: Settings

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From drop-down menu select the COM port on your PC

Set Baud Rate to 230400

Enter 14.74568 (if you use different oscillator set the appropriate value in MHz)

Device Manager on your PC contains information on which COM port is used for USB communication with the mikroBoard for ARM

144-pin development system. In this case the COM5 port is used.

From pop-up window select the Port Settings tab

Right click on USB port, then on Properties

Click on the Advanced... button

In pop-up window uncheck the Serial

Enumeration option and click OK

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STEP 5: Browse for .hex file

STEP 6: Upload .hex file

Click on the Browse button

In pop-up window select the appropriate .hex file

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Click on the Open button

Click Start to begin .hex file upload

After progress bar becomes green the programing is finished

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The microcontroller can also be programmed with the JTAG programmer, Figure 3-3. In addition, this programmer can also be used to test the operation of the microcontroller.

Figure 3-3: JTAG connector

In order to enable the JTAG programmer to be used, it is necessary to place jumper J1 in the ENABLE position, Figure

3-5. If the JTAG programmer is not used for programming, jumper J1 should be removed from the board, Figure 3-6.

VCC-1.8

P2.28

P2.29

P2.30

P2.31

P0.25

NC

P0.27

P1.17

P0.28

GND

P3.29

P3.28

P3.27

GND

P2.23

P2.24

P2.25

P2.26

V3A

P1.18

P2.27

P2.22

V3

GND

P0.21

P0.22

P0.23

P1.19

P0.24

P3.26

V3

P0.29

P0.30

P1.16

P3.25

P3.24

V18A XT

P1.28 GND P2.21 P2.20

P2.19 P2.18 P2.17 P2.16 P2.15 P2.14 GND P2.13 P1.29 P2.12 P2.

LPC2214

V18 GND V3 P3.23 P3.22 P0.

P1.31 P3.21 P3.20 P3.19 P3.18 P3.17 P0.

V3 P1.26 P3.16 GND P3.15 P3.14 V3

VCC-1.8

Figure 3-4: JTAG module connection schematic

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VCC-1.8

V18 P2.

P2.3

GND

P2.2

P2.1

V3

GND

P1.20

P0.17

P0.14

P1.0

P1.1

P3.0

P3.1

P3.2

P1.22

P0.13

P0.16

P0.15

P2.0

P3.30

P3.31

P1.21

V3

GND

P0.12

P0.11

P1.23

P3.3

P3.4

GND

P0.10

V3

P0.9

P0.8

P3.5

P3.6

VCC-3.3

VTref nTRST

TDI

TMS

TCK

RTCK

TDO nSRST

DBGRQ

DBGACQ

P1.31

P1.28

P1.30

P1.29

P1.26

P1.27

R1

10K

R2

10K

R3

10K

R4

10K

J4

R6

10K

VCC-3.3

P1.31

P1.28

P1.30

P1.29

P1.26

P1.27

MCU-RST#

VCC-3.3

R5

10K

VCC-3.3

VCC-3.3

CN4

Figure 3-5: JTAG is enabled

Figure 3-6: JTAG is disabled

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4. Voltage regulator

The microcontroller require dual power supply: 1.8V for CPU and 3.3V for I/O. The board is powered with the 5V power supply voltage via the CN3 USB connector supplied on the board.

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VCC-1.8

E3

10uF

R9

220

VOUT

REG2

3

2

LM317

1

VIN

Adjust

R10

100

E5

10uF

VCC

C17

100nF

VCC-3.3

E1

VOUT

REG1

3

2

1

MC33269DT-3.3

10uF

VIN

E4

10uF

VCC

LD1

POWER

R16

2K2

VCC

Figure 4-2: Voltage regulator connection schematic

Figure 4-1: Voltage regulator

If the board is powered by the development system (EasyARM v6), the function of the voltage regulator remains the same. In this case, it is necessary to remove jumper J2 (STANDALONE), Figure 4-3.

Figure 4-3: Standalone mode disabled Figure 4-4: Standalone mode enabled

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5. MicroSD connector

There is a connector CN5 provided on the board that enables the use of microSD card. When inserted, the microSD card provides additional memory space that the microcontroller can use to store data. Communication between the microSD card and the microcontroller is performed via the Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI).

A B

Figure 5-1: MicroSD connector

VCC-1.8

P2.28

P2.29

P2.30

P2.31

P0.25

NC

P0.27

P1.17

P0.28

GND

P3.29

P3.28

P3.27

P2.22

V3

GND

P0.21

P0.22

P0.23

P1.19

P0.24

GND

P2.23

P2.24

P2.25

P2.26

V3A

P1.18

P2.27

P3.26

V3

P0.29

P0.30

P1.16

P3.25

P3.24

V18A XT

P1.28 GND P2.21 P2.20

P2.19 P2.18 P2.17 P2.16 P2.15 P2.14 GND P2.13 P1.29 P2.12 P2.

LPC2214

V18 GND V3 P3.23 P3.22 P0.

P1.31 P3.21 P3.20 P3.19 P3.18 P3.17 P0.

V3 P1.26 P3.16 GND P3.15 P3.14 V3

VCC-1.8

Figure 5-2: microSD connector connection schematic

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V3

GND

P0.14

P1.0

P1.1

P3.0

P3.1

P3.2

P1.22

P0.13

P0.12

P0.11

P1.23

P3.3

P3.4

V18 P2.

P2.3

GND

P2.2

P2.1

V3

GND

P1.20

P0.17

P0.16

P0.15

P2.0

P3.30

P3.31

P1.21

GND

P0.10

V3

P0.9

P0.8

P3.5

P3.6

VCC-3.3

VCC-MMC

R12

100K

P0.25

P0.19

P0.17

P0.18

P0.24

CS

Din

SCK

Dout

CN5

G CD

P0.24

R11

10K

VCC-MMC

The pins’ designations have the following meaning:

CS - Chip Select

Din - Master Out/Slave In (MOSI)

SCK - Clock

Dout - Master In/Slave Out (MISO)

VCC-MMC

E6

FERRITE

FB2

10uF

VCC-3.3

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6. Flash module

Flash module provides additional 8Mbit of flash memory that the microcontroller can use via the Serial Peripheral

Interface (SPI).

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Figure 6-1: Flash memory

VCC-1.8

P2.28

P2.29

P2.30

P2.31

P0.25

NC

P0.27

P1.17

P0.28

GND

P3.29

P3.28

P3.27

P2.22

V3

GND

P0.21

P0.22

P0.23

P1.19

P0.24

GND

P2.23

P2.24

P2.25

P2.26

V3A

P1.18

P2.27

P3.26

V3

P0.29

P0.30

P1.16

P3.25

P3.24

V18A XT

P1.28 GND P2.21 P2.20

P2.19 P2.18 P2.17 P2.16 P2.15 P2.14 GND P2.13 P1.29 P2.12 P2.

LPC2214

V18 GND V3 P3.23 P3.22 P0.

P1.31 P3.21 P3.20 P3.19 P3.18 P3.17 P0.

V3 P1.26 P3.16 GND P3.15 P3.14 V3

VCC-1.8

Figure 6-2: Flash module connection schematic

VCC-1.8

V18 P2.

P2.3

GND

P2.2

P2.1

V3

GND

P1.20

P0.17

P0.14

P1.0

P1.1

P3.0

P3.1

P3.2

P1.22

P0.13

P0.16

P0.15

P2.0

P3.30

P3.31

P1.21

V3

GND

P0.12

P0.11

P1.23

P3.3

P3.4

GND

P0.10

V3

P0.9

P0.8

P3.5

P3.6

VCC-3.3

P0.23

P0.5

VCC-3.3

R15

100K

U3

CS

SDO

WP

GND

M25P80

VCC

HOLD

SCK

SDI

VCC-3.3

C23

100nF

P0.4

P0.6

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