Board Users Manuals DriveCard XMC4400

Board Users Manuals DriveCard XMC4400

M o t o r C o n t r o l A p p l i c a t i o n K i t

For XMC4000 Family

K I T _ X M C 4 4 0 0 _ D C _ V 1

XMC4400 Drive Card V1.0

Board User„s Manual

Revision 1.0, 2013-11-05

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

Edition 2013-11-05

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Table of Contents

1

1.1

1.2

3

3.1

3.2

3.3

2

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.4.1

2.4.2

2.4.3

2.5

2.6

2.7

2.8

2.8.1

Table of Contents

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

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

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

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

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

Reset .................................................................................................................................................. 11

Clock Generation ............................................................................................................................... 11

Debug Interface .................................................................................................................................. 11

On-board USB Debugger ................................................................................................................... 12

Infineon Debug Connector (16-pin) .................................................................................................... 13

CAN Interface (X402) ......................................................................................................................... 14

Potentiometer and User LEDs ........................................................................................................... 14

Multifeedback Connectors .................................................................................................................. 15

Hall Sensor and Encoder Connectors ................................................................................................ 16

Power Board Connector ..................................................................................................................... 18

Level Shifters for Analog Signals ....................................................................................................... 18

Production Data................................................................................................................................ 21

Schematics ......................................................................................................................................... 21

Component Placement ....................................................................................................................... 25

Bill of Material (BOM) ......................................................................................................................... 26

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List of Figures

List of Figures

Figure 1 Block Diagram of KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 ........................................................................................... 8

Figure 2 XMC4400 Drive Card (KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1) .................................................................................. 9

Figure 3 Power Supply Concept and Powering Options .................................................................................. 10

Figure 4 Block Diagram of Power Supply Concept .......................................................................................... 10

Figure 5 Reset Button ....................................................................................................................................... 11

Figure 6 Clock Generation ............................................................................................................................... 11

Figure 7 Installation of Serial Port Driver .......................................................................................................... 12

Figure 8 On-Board USB Debugger .................................................................................................................. 12

Figure 9 Infineon Debug Connector (16-pin) .................................................................................................... 13

Figure 10 Isolated CAN Interface with Termimation .......................................................................................... 14

Figure 11 Potentiometer and LEDs .................................................................................................................... 14

Figure 12 Multifeedback Interface Connectors .................................................................................................. 15

Figure 13 Hall Sensor and Encoder Connectors ................................................................................................ 16

Figure 14 Hall Sensor and Encoder Interface Circuitry ...................................................................................... 16

Figure 16 Power Board Connector ..................................................................................................................... 18

Figure 17 Buffered Level Shifter for High Impedance Analog Signals ............................................................... 18

Figure 18 XMC4400 MCU, Power Supply, Multifeedback Interface .................................................................. 22

Figure 19 Hall Sensor and Encoder Interfaces, Power Board Connector .......................................................... 23

Figure 20 Isolated On-board Debugger and CAN Interface ............................................................................... 24

Figure 21 Component Placement ....................................................................................................................... 25

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List of Figures

List of Tables

Table 1 Powe r status LED‟s .............................................................................................................................. 9

Table 2 Potentiometer ..................................................................................................................................... 14

Table 3 Multifeedback Interface Connector X201 and X202 .......................................................................... 15

Table 4 HALL Sensor and Encoder Interfaces ............................................................................................... 17

Table 5 Power Board Connector ..................................................................................................................... 19

Table 6 Use Cases of PWM Signals ............................................................................................................... 20

Table 7 BOM of KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 Board .............................................................................................. 26

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Overview

Introduction

This document describes the features and hardware details of the DriveCard XMC4400 V1

(KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1) design ed to work with Infineon‟s inverter boards. This board is part of Infineon‟s Motor

Control Application Kits.

1 Overview

The drive card KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 houses the XMC4400 Microcontroller from Infineon Technologies, a power board connector, two sets of position interface circuits with hall and encoder connectors, a multi feedback interface and an isolated on-board debug interface with CAN capability. The board along with a three phase inverter demonstrates the capabilities of the XMC4400. The main use case for this board is to demonstrate the motor control features of the XMC4400 device including tool chain. The focus is safe operation under evaluation conditions. The board is neither cost nor size optimized and does not serve as a reference design.

1.1 Key Features

The KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 board is equipped with the following features

Infineon XMC4400 (ARM

®

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

Connection to power inverter via the power board connector

2 combined hall sensor and encoder interfaces

Multi feedback interface connectors for connection of resolver circuitry, UART, SPI, I2C, USB, etc

8 LEDs

− 2 Power indicating LEDs

− 2 User LEDs (P2.2 and P2.15)

− 2 Encoder enable LEDs

− 2 Debug LEDs (DEBUG, COM)

Potentiometer, connected to analog input P14.13 (ADC group 1, channel 5)

Reset push button

Isolated Debug options

− On-Board Debugger (SEGGER J-Link LITE) via USB connector

− Infineon Debug connector 16-pin (0.1”) with DriveMonitor USB Stick V2 (KIT_DRIVEMONI_USB_V2)

Isolated Connectivity

− UART channel of On-Board Debugger (SEGGER J-Link LITE) via USB connector

− CAN node

Power supply of MCU domain

− Via power board connector (5V)

− Via multi feedback interface connector

Power supply of isolated debug domain

− Via Debug USB connector

− Via Infineon Debug connector 16-pin

− Via CAN interface connector

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1.2 Block Diagram

Figure 1 shows the functional block diagram of the KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 board. For more information about

the power supply domains please refer to chapter 2.1.

The drive card has got the following building blocks:

1 Power Board Connector

2 sets of position interface connectors (HALL, ENCODER)

Encoder Enable signals via GPIOs (P1.0 and P2.10)

2 User LEDs connected to GPIOs (P2.2 and P2.15)

Variable resistor (POTI) connected to GPIO P14.13 (ADC group 1, channel 5)

Multi Feedback Interface

Isolated On-board Debugger via Debug USB connector (Micro-USB) with UART channel (USIC0, channel 0)

Optional Infineon Debug interface connector for Drive Monitor USB Stick V2 (KIT_DRIVEMONI_USB_V2)

Isolated CAN interface connector at CAN node 0

CAN

Xtal

32.687kHz

RTC

CAN

Node 0

USIC

U0C0

Debug

SWD

Trace

SWO

USB

ENCODER HALL

driver

POSIF0

XMC4400

LQFP100

HALL ENCODER

driver

XMC4400 Drive Card

KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1

POTI

3.3V

5V

8x

POSIF1

5.0:3.3

ADC

4x

5.0:3.3

CCU40

CCU42

CCU80

1x IN

2x PWM

6x PWM

USIC

U0C1

DSD

2 channels

CCU42 GPIO

CCU81

GPIO

1x IN

6x PWM

2x enable

Multi Feedback Interface

Figure 1 Block Diagram of KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1

BlockDiagram.emf

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2 Hardware Description

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

Isolated

Debug Domain

User LEDs

Potentiometer

Reset

HALL

Interface

Encoder

Enable

LED

Encoder

Interface

Multi

Feedback interface

XMC4400

CPU

Power GND

Domain

Power indicating

LED

Debug USB

Connector

Infineon

Debug

Connector

On-board

Debugger

CAN

Interface

HALL

Interface

Encoder

Interface

Encoder

Enable

LED

Multi

Feedback interface

Power indicating

LED

Power Board

Connector

Board_Interfaces.emf

Figure 2 XMC4400 Drive Card (KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1)

2.1 Power Supply

The KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 board is designed with two galvanically isolated supply domains. On the left side, there is the debug domain, which contains a XMC4200 MCU as on-board debug controller (OBD) as well as level shifters to a 5V debug interface like the drive monitor USB stick (KIT_DRIVEMONI_USB_V2). The debug domain can be powered via the USB plug (5V) as well as the CAN connector or the Infineon debug connector.

On the middle to the right side there is the power GND supply domain, which provides the power supply for the

MCU and the peripheral components. This supply domain is usually powered from the power board connector. If the current provided by the power board is not sufficient, then the multi feedback interface connectors can be used as well.

For both supply domains a separate power indicating LED is available.

The typical current drawn by the drive card at the power GND domain is about 180 mA.

To indicate the power status of the KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 board two power indicating

LED‟s are provided on

board (see Figure 3

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

Table 1

LED Reference Power Rail

LED201

LED401

Power statu s LED’s

VDD3.3

VISO5

Voltage

3.3 V

5 V

Note

Power GND domain, m ust always be “ON”

Debug supply domain,

“ON” if debug domain is intened to be used.

Figure 3 and Figure 4 show details of the power supply concept of the drive card.

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Isolated

Debug Domain

Power indicating

LED

Debug USB

Connector

Infineon

Debug

Connector

IFX1763: 3.3V Linear

LDO Voltage Regulator

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Power GND

Domain

VDD5: 5V supply via

Multi Feedback Interface

5VISO: 5V supply via

CAN Interface

Power indicating

LED

Figure 3 Power Supply Concept and Powering Options

Drive Card XMC4400 V1

KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1

Debug

USB

VUSB5

U402

IFX1763

VISO3.3

U401

XMC4200

OBD

VISO5 +5V

Power

LED

VISO5

Level Shifters

3.3V -> 5V

OBD_OFF#

IFX

Debug

16-pin

VISO5

Multi Feedback Interface

Power

LED

VDD3.3 +3.3V

U202

VDD3.3

IFX1763

VDD5

UART

SWD

VDD3.3

U201

XMC4400

LQFP100

Buffered

Analog

Level Shifters

5V -> 3.3V

Unbuffered

Level Shifters

5V -> 3.3V

Power Board

Connector

Power.emf

CAN

CAN

Multi Feedback Interface

Power_Block.emf

Figure 4 Block Diagram of Power Supply Concept

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2.2

User LEDs

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Reset

the on-board Reset Button (SW201, RESET) only. A reset debug command can be issued by the on-board

debug device (U401) or an external debugger connected to the Infineon Debug connector. Figure 5 shows the

reset button.

Reset

Potentiometer_LED.emf

Figure 5 Reset Button

2.3 Clock Generation

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

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

Figure 6 Clock Generation

2.4 Debug Interface

The KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 is designed to use “Serial Wire Debug” (SWD) as debug interface and JTAG debug is not supported. It supports debugging via different channels which are all galvanically isolated from the power

GND supply domain:

On-board Debugger

Infineon Debug Connector (16-pin) with Debug and UART interface

CAN interface (X402)

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2.4.1 On-board USB Debugger

The on-board debugger [1] supports

Serial Wire Debug

Full Duplex UART communication via a Virtual COM port o PC_RXD o PC_TXD

P5.1 USIC0CH0.DOUT0

P5.0 USIC0CH0.DX0D

[1] Attention: The firmware of the on-board debugger requires the latest J-Link driver (V4.62 or higher) and a

Serial Port Driver (CDC driver) installed on your computer. Please check “Install J-Link Serial Port Driver”

when installing the latest J-Link driver (see Figure 7)

Figure 7 Installation of Serial Port Driver

The on-board debugger can be accessed through the Debug USB connector shown in Figure 8. The Debug

LED V402 shows the status during debugging.

On-board

Debugger

Debug

LEDs

Debug USB

Connector

Infineon

Debug

Connector

CAN

Interface

Figure 8 On-Board USB Debugger

isolation

SWD

&

UART isolated

CAN transceiver

Debugger.emf

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2.4.2 Infineon Debug Connector (16-pin)

The KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 board supports debugging via Infineon‟s device access server (DAS), when using

KIT_DRIVEMONI_USB_V2 as interface device. The latest release of DAS software can be downloaded from

http://www.infineon.com/das

. When using an external debugger, the on-board debugger has to be switched off. This is done by connecting pin 6 to GNDISO. KIT_DRIVEMONI_USB_V2 already provides this connection and the OBD is disabled as soon as the connector is plugged in.

Next to the SWD debug signals which are provided as unidirectional signals because of the galvanic isolation,

UART and CAN signals can be accessed through this connector as well. Figure 9 shows the pin assignment of

the connector, the following table lists the signals as well.

Infineon Debug

Connector (16-pin)

SWD_DIR 1

SWD_IN 3

PC_RXD 5

SWD_OUT 7 n.c.

9

SWCLK

11

13 n.c.

CAN_L

15

6

8

2

4

+5V (VISO5)

GNDISO

OBD_OFF n.c.

10 n.c.

12 n.c.

14 PC_TXD

16 CAN_H

Infineon_Debug_16pin.emf

Figure 9 Infineon Debug Connector (16-pin)

12

13

14

15

15

8

9

10

11

4

5

6

7

Pin No. Signal Name

1 SWD_DIR

2

3

+5V (VISO5)

SWD_IN

GNDISO

PC_RXD

-

I

OBD_OFF# I

SWD_OUT O

-

I

I/O Serial Wire Debug

O Defines the direction of SWIO

+5V supply of isolated debug domain

Input signal of SWIO

Ground of isolated debug domain

UART Receive signal (P5.1, DOUT0 USIC0, channel0)

Disable on-board debug device (Low active)

Output signal of SWIO n.c. n.c. n.c.

SWCLK n.c. n.c.

PC_TXD

CAN_L

CAN_H

-

-

-

O

-

-

I

I/O

I/O

Not connected

Not connected

Not connected

SWD clock signal

Not connected

Not connected

UART Transmit signal (P5.0, DX0D, USIC0, channel0)

Low signal of CAN bus

High signal of CAN bus

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2.4.3 CAN Interface (X402)

The KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 board provides an isolated CAN interface with 120

termination (see Figure 10 for

details).

Figure 10 Isolated CAN Interface with Termimation

The isolated CAN transceiver (U406) is connected to CAN node 0 of XMC4400 via port pins P14.3 (RX) and

P3.2 (TX).

2.5 Potentiometer and User LEDs

The KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 provides a potentiometer which is connected to ADC group1, channel5 and two user LEDs (P2.2 and P2.15). Next to the LEDs, a testpoint is available in order to easily connect an oscillos cope‟s probe for software controlled trigger signals.

User LEDs

Potentiometer

Reset

Potentiometer_LED.emf

Figure 11 Potentiometer and LEDs

Table 2 Potentiometer

Potentiometer Connected to Port Pin

R201

User LEDs

LED202

LED203

P14.13 / G1_CH5 (Group 1, channel 5)

Connected to Port Pin

P2.2 (LED0)

P2.15 (LED1)

Attention: The testpoints are referenced to power GND supply domain. Hence they may carry hazzardous voltages.

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2.6 Multifeedback Connectors

The multifeedback interface can be used as extension to the HALL sensor and encoder interface and provides access to the DSD, USIC, ADC, CCU4, CCU8 and USB peripherals. As a result, a piggy-back board with rotary resolver interface can be easily plugged onto the drive card and extends the functionallity. The USIC channel, which supports SPI, UART I2C and IIS communication protocolls can be used to connect to dedicated position feedback ICs. Two ADC channels of different groups are available for synchronous sampling of analog signals.

Multifeedback

Interface

Multifeedback.emf

Figure 12 Multifeedback Interface Connectors

Table 3

Pin

Multifeedback Interface Connector X201 and X202

Port

Top Row X201

X201-1

X201-2

X201-3

X201-4

X201-5

X201-6

X201-7

X201-8

X201-9

X201-10

GND

-

P5.2

P2.0

P2.1

P3.4

P1.7

P1.6

P3.3

VDD5

Bottom Row X202

X202-1

X202-2

X202-3

X202-4

X202-5

X202-6

X202-7

X202-8

X202-9

X202-10

P14.12

P15.2

P4.0

P3.5

P3.1

P3.0

USB_DM

USB_DP

VBUS

GND

Peripherals

GPIO

DSD.CGPWMN

U0C1.DX0E

U0C1.DOUT0

CCU81.OUT23

CCU81.OUT21

U0C1.SELO0 U0C1.DX2B

U0C1.SCLKOUT U0C1.DX1B

CCU81.IN1B

VADC0.G1CH4

VADC0.G2CH2

CCU42.OUT1

CCU42.OUT0

DSD.CGPWMP CCU81.OUT11

DSD.MCLK3B

TRACE.SWO

CCU42.OUT2 CCU42.IN2A

DSD.MCLK2A

DSD.DIN2A

DSD.DIN3B CCU80.IN3B CCU42.OUT3 CCU42.IN3A

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2.7 Hall Sensor and Encoder Connectors

The KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 provides two pairs of HALL and incremental encoder connectors as indicated in

Figure 13. The encoder interface connector provides a differential input which is transformed into single ended

signals by an interface IC. The HALL sensor interface provides a pull-up resistor for each HALL sensor signal as well as power supply for the HALL sensors

HALL1

Interface

Encoder1

Enable

LED

Encoder1

Interface

HALL0

Interface

Encoder0

Interface

Encoder0

Enable

LED

Hall_Encoder.emf

Figure 13 Hall Sensor and Encoder Connectors

Both the HALL and the encoder signals are connected to the same POSIF interface. The ENENC-signal is used to either enable the output signals of the encoder IC or to activate the power supply and pull-up resistor supply of the HALL sensor interface. As a result, both interfaces can be connected at the same time and the user can

select by software which interface to use. Figure 14 shows the HALL sensor and encoder interface circuitry of

interface 0. Please refer to Table 4 for details on pin and peripheral assignment.

Figure 14 Hall Sensor and Encoder Interface Circuitry

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Table 4

Pin

HALL Sensor and Encoder Interfaces

Port

HALL Sensor Interface X303

1

2

3

4

5

GND

P1.1

P14.6

P14.7

VDD5

Encoder Interface X301

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

9

10 n.c.

VDD5

GND n.c.

ENCA-

ENCA+

ENCB-

ENCB+

ENCI-

ENCI+

Enable Encoder 0

LED301 P1.0

Peripheral

POSIF0.IN2A

POSIF0.IN1B

POSIF0.IN0B

HALL sensor power supply

Encoder power supply

POSIF0.IN0B

POSIF0.IN1B

POSIF0.IN2A

High: Enable Encoder Interface

Low: Enable HALL Interface including supply

HALL Sensor Interface X305

1

2

3

4

5

GND

P2.3

P2.4

P2.5

VDD5

Encoder Interface X304

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

9

10 n.c.

VDD5

GND n.c.

ENCA-

ENCA+

ENCB-

ENCB+

ENCI-

ENCI+

Enable Encoder 1

LED302 P2.10

POSIF1.IN2A

POSIF1.IN1A

POSIF1.IN0A

HALL sensor power supply

Encoder power supply

POSIF1.IN0A

POSIF1.IN1A

POSIF1.IN2A

High: Enable Encoder Interface

Low: Enable HALL Interface including supply

Hardware Description

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2.8 Power Board Connector

The KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 board provides a power board connector with all the signals required to control the power inverter. Next to the PWM output signals of CCU4, CCU8 and HRPWM as well as the ADC signals, there are the power supply pins for the power GND domain.

Figure 16 shows a picture of the power board connector. The pin and peripheral assignment can be found in

Table 5. In addition, different use cases for three phase inverters can be found in Table 6.

1 2 3

Power Board

Connector

4 5 6 7

ENCODER LINE DRIVER 0 ENCODER LINE DRIVER 1

A

ENC0A-

ENC0B-

ENC0I-

X301

1

3

5

7

9

2

4

6

8

10

ENC0A+

ENC0B+

ENC0I+

GND

ENCODER

ENENC0/P1.0

ENC1A-

ENC1B-

ENC1I-

X304

1

3

5

7

9

2

4

6

8

10

ENC1A+

ENC1B+

ENC1I+

GND

ENCODER

ENENC1/P2.10

ENC0A+

R317

120R/0402

C302

15nF/0603

GND

ENC1A+

R328

120R/0402

C309

15nF/0603

GND

ENC0A-

16

U303

VCC

4

12

G

G#

GND

8

GND

ENC1A-

ENC1B+

R331

120R/0402

C310

15nF/0603

16

U304

VCC

4

12

G

G#

GND

8

GND

B

ENC0B+

R320

120R/0402

C305

15nF/0603

ENC0B-

ENC0I+

R321

120R/0402

ENC0I-

C306

15nF/0603

GND

2

1

1A

1B

1Y

6

7

2A

2B

2Y

10

9

3A

3B

3Y

14

15

4A

4B

AM26LV32EIPW

4Y

Figure 16 Power Board Connector

3

5

11

13

GND GND ENC1B-

ENC1I+

R336

120R/0402

EA_POS0/P14.7

EB_POS0/P14.6

EI_POS0/P1.1

ENC1I-

PowerBoard_Con.emf

HALL SENSOR 1

C311

15nF/0603

GND

2

1

1A

1B

1Y

6

7

2A

2B

2Y

10

9

3A

3B

3Y

14

15

4A

4B

AM26LV32EIPW

4Y

3

5

11

13

GND

POWER BOARD CONNECTOR

GND

EA_POS1/P2.5

EB_POS1/P2.4

EI_POS1/P2.3

ENENC0/P1.0

ENENC1/P2.10

Attention: The power board connector is also providing the power supply for the power GND supply domain. Hence it may carry hazzardous voltages.

2.8.1

C

T301

BCR198W

1 T302

BCR198W

1

Level Shifters for Analog Signals

T303

BCR198W

1 T304

BCR198W

1

GND

TP301B

The board is designed to be powered by 5V although the XMC4400 is a 3.3V MCU. As a result all input signals

5 to the MCU are connected via level shifters. For low impedance signals (A3/B3, A8/B8, A15/B15), a resistor

3 H0_POSIF.INB

R325

R326

5

3

H1_POSIF.INA

H1_POSIF.INB

R335

R337

2

4

6

8

10

2

1

GND

R327 120R/0402

EI_POS0/P1.1

2

1

The level shifter ratio from power board signals towards the MCU is 0.662.

GND

R338 120R/0402

EI_POS1/P2.3

12

14

16

18

20

W2*10 GND

PFC_GATE/P1.3/P0.8

I_PFC/P15.8/P0.0

V_PFC

I_U

I_V

I_W

I_AVG/P14.8

U1_L/P1.12/P0.10

U1_H/P1.15/P2.7

V1_L/P1.11/P2.9

V1_H/P1.5

W1_L/P1.10/P2.8

W1_H/P1.4

CTRAP1/P1.2

ENABLE1/P4.1

R340

R341

R342

U301A U302A

D

V_PFC 3

2

1

R301

5V TO 3.3V ANALOG SIGNAL CONVERTER

V_DC

1k/0402

V_PFC/P15.9

3

2

1

R302 1k/0402

V_DC/P14.9

AD8618ARUZ

U301B

AD8618ARUZ

U302B

I_U 5 V_U 5 GND

7

R303 1k/0402

7

R304 1k/0402

I_U/P14.1

V_U/P14.0

6 6

AD8618ARUZ

U301C

AD8618ARUZ

U302C

VDDA5

I_V

10

9

8

R305 1k/0402

I_V/P14.15

V_V

10

9

8

R306 1k/0402

V_V/P14.2

L301

BLM18PG600

AD8618ARUZ

U301D

AD8618ARUZ

U302D

U301P

I_W 12 V_W 12

14

R307 1k/0402

14

R308 1k/0402

I_W/P14.5

V_W/P14.4

13 13

E

AD8618ARUZ AD8618ARUZ

U302P

MAB32B2

X302-A1

1k/0402

X302-A2

X302-A3

1k/0402

X302-A4

X302-A5

X302-A6

X302-A7

MAB32B2

X302-B1

X302-B2

X302-B3

X302-B4

X302-B5

X302-B6

X302-B7

X302-A8

X302-A9

X302-B8

X302-B9

X302-A10 X302-B10

R343

R344

1k/0402

X302-A11

X302-A12

X302-B11

X302-B12

X302-A13

X302-A14

X302-B13

X302-B14

X302-A15

X302-A16

X302-B15

X302-B16

R345

GND

R339

0R/0603

4

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5 6 7

Figure 17 Buffered Level Shifter for High Impedance Analog Signals

V301

A C

BAS3010A-03W

1k/0402

1k/0402

BRAKE_GATE/P3.6

V_DC

V_U

V_V

V_W

I_DC/P14.14

U0_L/P0.2

U0_H/P0.5

V0_L/P0.1/P0.3

V0_H/P0.4/P2.14

W0_L/P0.11/P0.9

W0_H/P0.6/P2.6

CTRAP0/P0.7

ENBABLE0/P0.12

TP301A

7

9

11

13

1

3

5

15

17

19

GND W2*10

GND

8

A

B

C

D

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Drive Card XMC4400 V1

Hardware Description

Table 5 Power Board Connector

X302

MAB32B2

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

A9

A10

A11

A12

A13

Female

FAB32Q2

A16

A15

A14

A13

A12

A11

A10

A9

A8

A7

A6

A5

A4

Function on

Power Inverter

Port

GND

PFC Gate

VSS

P1.3 &

P0.8

I

PFC

V

PFC

P15.9

V

BEMF_U

/ I

U

(2) P14.1

V

BEMF_V

/ I

V

(2) P14.15

V

BEMF_W

/ I

W

(2) P14.5

I_AVG / I

DClink

(2) P14.8

U1_L P1.12 &

P0.10

U1_H

P15.8 &

P0.0

V1_L

V1_H

W1_L

P1.15 &

P2.7

P1.11 &

P2.9

P1.5

W1_H

CTRAP1

P1.10 &

P2.8

P1.4

P1.2

Peripherals

(CCU40.OUT0) ERU1.PDOUT0 HROUT10

VADC0.G0CH1

VADC0.G3CH1

VADC0.G0CH5

VADC0.G1CH7

VADC0.G2CH1

G1ORC7

(DAC0.OUT) VADC0.G1CH0 VADC0.G3CH2

CCU81.OUT01 CCU80.OUT02

CCU81.OUT00 CCU80.OUT03

CCU81.OUT11 CCU80.OUT22

CCU81.OUT10 CCU80.OUT23

CCU81.OUT21 CCU80.OUT32

HR.C1INB VADC0.G3CH0

A14

A15

A16

B1

B2

B3

B4

B5

B6

B7

B8

B9

B10

B11

B12

B13

B14

A3

A2

A1

B16

B15

B14

B13

B12

B11

B10

B9

B8

B7

B6

B5

B4

B3

ENPOW1

VCC 5V

Brake Gate

Brake temp

P4.1

VDD

P3.6

P15.3

V

DClink

P14.9

V

BEMF_U

/ I

U

(1) P14.0

V

BEMF_V

/ I

V

(1) P14.2

I

V

BEMF_W

/ I

W

(1) P14.4

DClink

(1) P14.14

U0_L P0.2

U0_H

V0_L

V0_H

P0.5

P0.1 &

P0.3

P0.4 &

P2.14

W0_L

W0_H

CTRAP0

P0.11 &

P0.9

P0.6 &

P2.6

P0.7

CCU81.OUT20 CCU80.OUT33

ERU1.2B0

(PDOUT1 ->

CCU81.IN0I,

IN1I,IN2I,IN3I)

GPIO

CCU42.OUT0

VADC0.G2CH3

(DAC1.OUT)

VADC0.G0CH0

VADC0.G1CH1 VADC0.G3CH3

VADC0.G0CH2 VADC0.G1CH2

VADC0.G0CH4 VADC0.G2CH0

CCU80.OUT01

VADC0.G1CH6

HROUT01

CCU80.OUT00 HROUT00

G1ORC6

CCU80.OUT11 CCU80.OUT20 HROUT20

CCU80.OUT10 CCU80.OUT21 HROUT21

CCU80.OUT31 CCU80.OUT12 HROUT31

CCU80.OUT30 CCU80.OUT13 HROUT30

B15 B2 CCU80.IN0A,

IN1A,IN2A,

IN3A

GPIO

B16 B1 ENPOW0 P0.12

CCU40.OUT3 ERU0.2B2

Note: Please note that the numbering of the power boards connector at the drive card is inverse to the numbering at the power board.

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Drive Card XMC4400 V1

Hardware Description

Table 6 Use Cases of PWM Signals

X302 (MAB32B2) Function Port

2-Level Inverter with CCU80

B9

B10

B11

B12

B13

B14

B15

B16

U0_L

U0_H

V0_L

V0_H

W0_L

W0_H

CTRAP0

ENPOW0

2-Level Inverter with CCU81

A9

A10

A11

A12

A13

A14

A15

A16

U1_L

U1_H

V1_L

V1_H

W1_L

W1_H

CTRAP1

ENPOW1

P0.2

P0.5

P0.1

P0.4

P0.11

P0.6

P0.7

P0.12

P1.12

P1.15

P1.11

P1.5

P1.10

P1.4

P1.2

P4.1

2-Level Inverter with CCU80 (2 slices only)

B9

B10

B11

B12

B13

B14

B15

B16

U0_L

U0_H

V0_L

V0_H

W0_L

W0_H

CTRAP0

Enable0

P0.2

P0.5

P0.1

P0.4

P0.9

P2.6

P0.7

P0.12

2-Level Inverter with HRPWM

B9

B10

B11

B12

B13

B14

B15

B16

U0_L

U0_H

V0_L

V0_H

W0_L

W0_H

CTRAP0

Enable0

P0.2

P0.5

P0.3

P0.4

P0.9

P0.6

P0.7

P0.12

3-Level Inverter with CCU80

A13

B13

A14

B14

B15

B16

A9

B9

A10

B10

A11

B11

A12

B12

U1_L

U0_L

U1_H

U0_H

V1_L

V0_L

V1_H

V0_H

W1_L

W0_L

W1_H

W0_H

CTRAP0

ENPOW0

P0.10

P0.2

P2.7

P0.5

P2.9

P0.3

P1.5

P2.14

P2.8

P0.11

P1.4

P0.6

P0.7

P0.12

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Peripheral

CCU80.OUT01

CCU80.OUT00

CCU80.OUT11

CCU80.OUT10

CCU80.OUT31

CCU80.OUT30

CCU80.IN0A,IN1A,IN2A,IN3A

GPIO

CCU81.OUT01

CCU81.OUT00

CCU81.OUT11

CCU81.OUT10

CCU81.OUT21

CCU81.OUT20

ERU1.2B0 (PDOUT1 -> CCU81.IN0I,IN1I,IN2I,IN3I)

GPIO

CCU80.OUT01

CCU80.OUT00

CCU80.OUT11

CCU80.OUT10

CCU80.OUT12

CCU80.OUT13

CCU80.IN0A,IN1A,IN2A,IN3A

GPIO

HROUT01

HROUT00

HROUT20

HROUT21

HROUT31

HROUT30

CCU80.IN0A,IN1A,IN2A,IN3A

GPIO

CCU80.OUT02

CCU80.OUT01

CCU80.OUT03

CCU80.OUT00

CCU80.OUT22

CCU80.OUT20

CCU80.OUT23

CCU80.OUT21

CCU80.OUT32

CCU80.OUT31

CCU80.OUT33

CCU80.OUT30

CCU80.IN0A,IN1A,IN2A,IN3A

GPIO

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Production Data

Production Data

3.1 Schematics

This chapter contains the schematics for the drive card:

XMC4400 MCU, Power Supply, Multifeedback Interface

Hall Sensor and Encoder Interfaces, Power Board Connector

Isolated On-board Debugger and CAN Interface

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

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VDD3.3

C204

10uF/10V/0805

C205

100nF/0402

VDD3.3

LED201

LED-GN/D/0603

R202

680R/0603

VDD5

C203

10uF/10V/0805

VDD3.3

L202

L201

BLM18PG600

BLM18PG600

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

KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1

Drive Card XMC4400 V1

Production Data

LED202

LED-GE/D/0603

R203

680R/0603

VDD3.3

R204

4k7/0402

C201

100nF/0402

LED203

LED-GE/D/0603

R205

680R/0603

VDD3.3

E

R201

POTI

A

15pF/0402

15pF/0402

15pF/0402

15pF/0402

C210

C209

C211

C208

AGND

AGND

AGND

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

VDD3.3

VDD5USB

VDD3.3

Figure 18 XMC4400 MCU, Power Supply, Multifeedback Interface

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C215

C214

C217

C216

C219

C218

C222

C221

C220

C223

C224

C213

C212

10uF/10V/0805

10uF/10V/0805

10uF/10V/0805

10uF/10V/0805

4.7uF/X7R/0805

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

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Drive Card XMC4400 V1

Production Data

VDD5

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

R350

R349

R351

AGND

VDD5

C307

100nF/0402

R330

R329

1k96/0402

680R/0603

LED-GN/D/0603

LED302

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

R347

R346

R348

100nF/0402

4

V+

C304

11

V-

AGND

100nF/0402

4

V+

C303

11

V-

AGND

C308

100nF/0402

VDD5

VDD3.3

R316

R315

R314

R313

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

VDD5

R319

R318

1k96/0402

680R/0603

LED-GN/D/0603

LED301

VDD3.3

2 3

R333

R332

1k96/0402

R334

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

VDD5

2 3

C301

100nF/0402

R312

R311

R310

R309

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

AGND

AGND

AGND

AGND

VDD3.3

VDD3.3

2 3

R323

R322

1k96/0402

R324

1k96/0402

1k96/0402

VDD5

2 3

Figure 19 Hall Sensor and Encoder Interfaces, Power Board Connector

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Drive Card XMC4400 V1

Production Data

C404

10uF/10V/0805

C405

100nF/0402

R401

680R/0603

R402

680R/0603

LED402

LED-GN/D/0603

LED403

LED-RT/D/0603

LED401

LED-GN/D/0603

R403

1k5/0603

VUSB5

C403

10uF/10V/0805

ZX62-AB-5PA

VISO3.3

VUSB5

VISO5

C

V402

A

BAS3010A-03W

R407

4k7/0402

2

1

V403

D2

D1

3

ESD8V0L2B-03L

10k/0402

R408

R409

1M/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

4.7uF/X7R/0805

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

100nF/0402

10uF/10V/0805

C413

C412

C411

C410

C415

C414

C416

1uF/0402 C417

VISO5

C A

C419

100nF/0402

VISO3.3

15pF/0402

15pF/0402

C407

C406

R410

10k/0402

Figure 20 Isolated On-board Debugger and CAN Interface

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R414

1k/0402

R411

10k/0402

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C

B

A

1

1

3.2

2

Drive Card XMC4400 V1

Production Data

Component Placement

X201

1

X201

Drive Card

XMC4400

X305

HALL1

5

X305

4 3 2 1

V402

U402

C405

C402

R402

X304

ENC1

X304

C309 C310

C203

C412

C416

L401

V403

C410

U304

C205

U401

SWCLK

C409

TP401

R201

LED

P2.2

TP203

C202 C217

C221

C407

C414

Q401

C406

R405

U408

POTI

P14.13

TP402

SWIO G1CH5

RESET

SW201

LED202

Q202

LED203

LED

TP204

P2.15

U410

U303

U411

R322

C419

1

1

U409

R414

V401

L

ADJ_1

X402

V404

5VISO

X402

X303

HALL0

CAN

1 2 3 4 5

X303

C306

R321 C305

R320

C302 R317

1

ENC0

X301

X301

1

X202

C223

U201

C219

R349

X202

10

V301

L301

R304

U302

C307

R339

R343

R340

R346

U301

R344

R347

R341

0 1

C211

U_L

C210

U_H

V_L

C212

V_H

W_L

XMC4400

W_H

R342

CTRAP

R345

ENABLE

GND

10

GND

LED201

+3.3V

GND

1

16

Figure 21 Component Placement

2

4

C

B

3

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3.3 Bill of Material (BOM)

Table 7 BOM of KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1 Board

Pos. Qty Value

No.

1

2

1

7

10k

680R/0603

Device

potentiometer

RESISTOR 0603

3

4

5

3 4k7/0402

2 510R/0603

15 1k/0402

RESISTOR 0402

RESISTOR 0603

RESISTOR 0402

6 22 1k96/0402

7 12 120R/0402

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

1 0R/0603

1 1k5/0603

2 33R/0402

3 10k/0402

1 1M/0402

1 120R/0805

28 100nF/0402

RESISTOR 0402

RESISTOR 0402

RESISTOR 0603

RESISTOR 0603

RESISTOR 0402

RESISTOR 0402

RESISTOR 0603

RESISTOR 0805

CAPACITOR 0402

15

16

17

2 10nF/0402

2 4.7u/X7R/0805

9 10uF/10V/0805

18

19

20

21

22

6 15pF/0402

6 15nF/0603

2 1uF/0402

4 BLM18PG600

5 LED-GN/D/0603

27

28

29

30

31

23

24

25

26

2 LED-GE/D/0603

1 LED-RT/D/0603

1 32.768KHz

2 12MHZ/S/3.2X2.5

1 FSM16JH

4 BCR198W

1 BSS223PW

1 BCR148W

1 XMC4400_LQFP100

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CAPACITOR 0402

CAPACITOR 0805K

CAPACITOR 0805K

CAPACITOR 0402

CAPACITOR 0603

CAPACITOR 0402

FERRIT BEAD 0603

LEDCHIPLED 0603

LEDCHIPLED 0603

LEDCHIPLED 0603

CRYSTAL

CRYSTAL

SWITCH

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

TRANSISTOR

INFINEON MCU

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KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1

Drive Card XMC4400 V1

Production Data

Reference Des.

R201

R202, R203, R205, R319, R330,

R401, R402

R204, R407, R412

R206, R405

R301, R302, R303, R304, R305,

R306, R307, R308, R340, R341,

R342, R343, R344, R345, R414

R309, R310, R311, R312, R313,

R314, R315, R316, R318, R322,

R323, R324, R329, R332, R333,

R334, R346, R347, R348, R349,

R350, R351

R317, R320, R321, R325, R326,

R327, R328, R331, R335, R336,

R337, R338

R339

R403

R404, R406

R408, R410, R411

R409

R413

C201, C205, C206, C207, C216,

C217, C218, C219, C220, C221,

C222, C223, C301, C303, C304,

C307, C308, C401, C405, C408,

C410, C411, C413, C414, C415,

C418, C419, C420

C202, C402

C224, C412

C203, C204, C212, C213, C214,

C215, C403, C404, C416

C208, C209, C210, C211, C406, C407

C302, C305, C306, C309, C310, C311

C409, C417

L201, L202, L301, L401

LED201, LED301, LED302, LED401,

LED402

LED202, LED203

LED403

Q201

Q202, Q401

SW201

T301, T302, T303, T304

T401

T402

U201

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43

44

45

46

47

48

36

37

38

39

40

41

32

33

34

35

2 IFX1763

2 AD8618ARUZ

2 AM26LV32EIPW

1 XMC4200_QFN48

1 Si8462BB-B-IS1

1 ISO1050DUB

1 74LVC1G126GW

3 SN74LVC2T45DCT

4 BAS3010A-03W

1 ESD8V0L2B-03L

2 W1*10

2 CONP_2X05

1 MAB32B2

2 MPT0,5/5-2,54

1 ZX62-AB-5PA

1 W1*4

1 W2*8

INFINEON LDO

OPAMP

ENCODER IC

INFINEON MCU

ISOLATED DIGITAL

ISOLATED CAN

LOGIC

LOGIC

SCHOTTKY

ESD DIODE

PINHEADER

CONNECTOR

CONNECTOR

CONNECTOR

MICRO-USB

CONNECTOR

CONNECTOR

KIT_XMC4400_DC_V1

Drive Card XMC4400 V1

Production Data

U202, U402

U301, U302

U303, U304

U401

U405

U406

U408

U409, U410, U411

V301, V401, V402, V404

V403

X201, X202

X301, X304

X302

X303, X305

X401

X402

X404

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