Board User Manual XMC4700 XMC4800 Relax Kit Series

Board User Manual XMC4700 XMC4800 Relax Kit Series

E v a l u a t i o n B o a r d

For XMC4000 Family

X M C 4 7 0 0 R e l a x L i t e K i t &

X M C 4 7 0 0 R e l a x K i t f o r 5 V S h i e l d s &

X M C 4 7 0 0 R e l a x K i t &

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Revision 1.0, 2015-11-20

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Edition 2015-11-20

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XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

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™,

C166

™,

CanPAK

™,

CIPOS

™,

CIPURSE

™,

EconoPACK

™,

CoolMOS

™,

CoolSET

™,

CORECONTROL

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

EiceDRIVER

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

ModSTACK

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

PRO-SIL

™,

PROFET

™,

RASIC

™,

ReverSave

™, SatRIC™,

SIEGET

™, SINDRION™, SIPMOS™,

SmartLEWIS

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

Other Trademarks

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ISO

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MICROTEC

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MIPS

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

OFFICE

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

Openwave

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Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. SOLARIS

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Limited. VERILOG

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XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................5

1.1

Key Features ........................................................................................................................................6

1.2

Block Diagram ......................................................................................................................................7

2

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

2.5.1

2.5.2

2.6

2.7

2.8

2.9

2.10

2.11

3

3.1

3.2

3.3

Hardware Description ........................................................................................................................7

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

Pin Header X1 and X2 .......................................................................................................................11

Arduino

™ Compatible Connector ......................................................................................................12

User Push Buttons and User LEDs....................................................................................................13

Debugging and UART-to-USB Communiction ...................................................................................13

On-board Debug Probe ......................................................................................................................13

Cortex

™ Debug Connector (10-pin) ..................................................................................................13

Reset ..................................................................................................................................................14

CAN Transceiver ................................................................................................................................14

Serial Flash Memory ..........................................................................................................................14

microSD Card.....................................................................................................................................15

Ethernet ..............................................................................................................................................15

Boot Option ........................................................................................................................................15

Production Data................................................................................................................................16

Schematics.........................................................................................................................................16

Components Placement and Geometry .............................................................................................22

List of Material ....................................................................................................................................23

List of Figures

Figure 1 Block Diagram of the XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 .........................................................7

Figure 2 XMC4700 Relax Lite Kit .......................................................................................................................8

Figure 3 XMC4700 Relax Kit for 5V Shields ......................................................................................................8

Figure 4 XMC4700 Relax Kit ..............................................................................................................................9

Figure 5 The XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit includes the XMC EtherCAT PHY Board ....................................9

Figure 6 Power Supply Concept.......................................................................................................................10

Figure 7 Signal mapping of the pin headers X1 and X2...................................................................................11

Figure 8 Mapping of Arduino

™ Functions to XMC Pin Functions....................................................................12

Figure 9 Relax Kit Schematic: MCU, Push Buttons, LEDs, Reset Button, Crystals, USB ...............................17

Figure 10 Relax Kit Schematic: OBD Probe, Ethernet, Quad-SPI Memory, microSD Card Slot.......................18

Figure 11 Relax Kit Schematic: Pin Header, Voltage Level Shifter, Power Supply, CAN transceiver...............19

Figure 12 XMC EtherCAT Phy Board Schematic: Input and Output Phy ..........................................................20

Figure 13 XMC EtherCAT Phy Board Schematic: Power, Connectors, LEDs ...................................................21

Figure 14 Components Placement and Geometry .............................................................................................22

List of Tables

Table 1

Table 2

Table 3

Table 4

Table 5

Table 6

Table 7

Table 8

Table 9

Kit Specification....................................................................................................................................5

Kit Features of Assembly Versions ......................................................................................................6

XMC4700/XMC4800 Pin Mapping for User LEDs .............................................................................13

XMC4700/XMC4800 Pin Mapping for User Push Buttons.................................................................13

XMC4700/XMC4800 Pins Mapping for Debugging and UART-Communication ...............................13

Pin Assignment of the Cortex

™ Debug Connector (X102)................................................................13

CAN Signals and XMC4700/XMC4800 Pin Mapping.........................................................................14

XMC4700/XMC4800 Pins Mapping for Serial Flash Memory............................................................14

XMC4700/XMC4800 Pins Mapping for microSD Card ......................................................................15

Table 10 XMC4700/XMC4800 Pins used for Ethernet .....................................................................................15

Table 11 Boot Mode Selection with external Pull Resistors..............................................................................15

Table 12 List of Material ....................................................................................................................................23

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Introduction

1 Introduction

This document describes the features and hardware details of the XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 equipped with an ARM

®

Cortex

®

-M4 based XMC

™ Microcontroller from Infineon Technologies AG.

It can be used with a wide range of development tools including Infineon’s free of charge Eclipse based IDE

DAVE. The XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 are designed to evaluate the capabilities of the

XMC4700 / XMC4800 Microcontroller. Table 1 shows its specification.

Table 1

Processor

Flash Memory

Data Memory

Dimensions

Clock Crystals

Power

Kit Specification

Infineon’s ARM

®

Cortex

®

-M4 XMC4700 or XMC4800 Microcontroller in LQFP144 package (order number XMC4700-F144K2048 or XMC4800-F144K2048)

2048 kB

352 kB

66 x 99 mm (66 x 101 mm with connectors)

• 12 MHz and 32.768 kHz crystal for CPU

• 25 MHz crystal for Ethernet Phy

5V external powering

Micro-AB USB Connector interface or

On-Board Debugger USB interface

Connectors

Debugger

Others

Arduino

™ compatible connectors

All relevant XMC

™ pins available on expansion pads (X1, X2)

All EtherCAT signals available on expansion pads (X1, X2)

Ethernet interface via RJ45 jack

• microUSB

• microSD-Card slot

Serial Wire Debug interface (2x5, 50 mil pitch) to XMC

(on board debugger can be overridden by externally connected debugger)

On-Board J-Link Debug Probe via USB supporting

• Serial Wire Debug (SWD)

• UART-to-USB bridge (virtual COM)

• On-board debug probe, based on XMC4200 Microcontroller

• Ethernet Phy

• CAN transceiver

• 32 Mbit Quad-SPI Flash Memory

• 2 user push-buttons, 2 user LEDs

• Reset push-button

The XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 are available in four different assembly versions differentiating in features:

• XMC4700 Relax Lite

• XMC4700 Relax for 5V Shields

• XMC4700 Relax

• XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT

The XMC4700 Relax Kit and the XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT

®

Kit feature with an Ethernet-enabled communication option, e.g. to run an embedded web server. You can store your own HTML web pages on a microSD Card or control the XMC4700 / XMC4800 via the web browser on your PC.

Additional voltage level shifters and Aruino connection header on theXMC4700 Relax Kit for 5V Shields allow the usage of Arduino

™ shields with 3.3V or 5V logic level.

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Introduction

The embedded web server application is not supported by the KXMC4700 Relax Lite Kit and the

XMC4700 Relax Kit for 5V Shields, because some components e.g. for Ethernet and SD-Card are not assembled.

The XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT

®

Kit is assembled with a XMC4800 (pin compatible to XMC4700) and comes together with a top-mounted XMC EtherCAT

®

Phy Board. It’s a complete development kit for EtherCAT slave devices and the XMC4800 is powerful and functional enough to make this board an ideal choice for the development engineers of EtherCAT

® slaves such as servo drives and intelligent I/O devices.

All boards are marked with “XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1” and can be distinguished by the assembled devices (see pictures in chapter 2). These boards are neither cost nor size optimized and do not serve as a reference design.

1.1

Key Features

Table 2 summarizes the features of the different assembly versions of the XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit

Series-V1.

Table 2

Feature

Kit Features of Assembly Versions

XMC4700

Relax Lite

Kit

XMC4700

Relax Kit for

5V Shields

XMC4700

Relax Kit

XMC4800

Relax

EtherCAT

®

Kit

XMC4700 Microcontroller

XMC4800 Microcontroller

On-board Debug Probe with USB interface supporting SWD + SWO

Virtual COM Port via Debug Probe

2 x User Push-Buttons and

2 x User LED and

1 x Reset Push-Button

Voltage Regulator 5 V -> 3.3 V

USB (Micro USB Plug)

12 MHz Crystal

32.768 kHz RTC Crystal

Arduino

™ compatible connector and voltage level shifter for 3.3 V / 5 V Arduino

™ shields

0 Ohm Bridges for 3.3 V Arduino

™ shields

Ethernet PHY and RJ45 Jack

32 Mbit Quad-SPI Flash Memory microSD Card Slot

CAN Transceiver

Pin Header at X1 and X2 with mounted

XMC

™ EtherCAT Phy Board

Note: Arduino is a trademark of Arduino Smart Projects S.r.l., Italy

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Hardware Description

1.2

Block Diagram

The block diagram in Figure 1 shows the main components of the XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 and

their interconnections. There are following main building blocks:

XMC4700 / XMC4800 Microcontroller in a LQFP144 package

On-board USB debug probe based on XMC4200 for SWD, SWV and Virtual COM Port support

Ethernet Phy with RJ45 Plug

Two 40-pin header X1 and X2

Connection Header for Arduino

On-board power generation

2 User Push-Buttons, 2 User LEDs, Reset Push-Button

Micro-AB USB Plug

• microSD Card Slot

CAN Transceiver

Quad SPI Flash

Pin Header X1

2x20, 0.1"

XMC4700 / XMC4800

Relax Kit Series-V1

25 MHz

Crystal

RJ45

ETH

PHY

RMII

Pin Header Arduino

™ (DIGITAL) micro

SD

SD/MMC

SDMMC ETH

EtherCAT, U1C0, CCU80, ADC,

DAC, CAN, ERU0

RX/TX, SPI,

PWM, INT, IO

Level

Shifter

Debug*

(10pin)

Micro

USB

SWD

SWV

XMC4200

Debug IC

12 MHz

Crystal

SWD

SWV

UART

OCS

Debug,

U0C0

BSL

XMC4700 / XMC4800

Microcontroller

U2C1

RTC

qSPI

Flash

32.768

kHz

2x3 pin

EVR USB

USB

Micro

USB

5V

Debug

LED

COM

LED

Power

LED

Voltage

Regulator

P15.13

BUTTON1

BUTTON2

P15.12

P5.9

LED1

LED1

P5.8

3.3V

GPIO

PORST

#

CAN

RESET

EtherCAT, U0C1, U2C0, ERU1,

CCU4, CCU8

CAN

Trans.

Pin Header X2

2x20, 0.1"

ADC

Pin Header Arduino

™ (ANALOG IN)

Not assembled in

Lite and ARDUINO version

Assembled in

ARDUINO version only

Assembeld in

EtherCAT version only

Not assembled in any versions

Figure 1 Block Diagram of the XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

BlockDiag.emf

2 Hardware Description

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

assembly versions of the kits series are shown in Figure 2, Figure 3, Figure 4 and Figure 5.

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Hardware Description

Figure 2 XMC4700 Relax Lite Kit

Figure 3 XMC4700 Relax Kit for 5V Shields

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Hardware Description

Figure 4 XMC4700 Relax Kit

Figure 5 The XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit includes the XMC EtherCAT PHY Board

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Hardware Description

2.1

Power Supply

The XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 must be supplied by an external 5 Volt DC power supply connected to any of the micro USB plugs (X100, X101). Out of the box with the pre-programmed web server application and the on-board debug probe in operation theXMC4700 Relax Kit typically draws about 250 mA, the XMC4700 Relax Lite Kit and the XMC4700 Relax Kit for 5V Shields without the web server capabilities draws about 200 mA and the XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit together with the XMC EtherCAT Phy Board in an EtherCAT network draws about 500 mA. This current can be delivered via the USB plug of a PC, which is specified to deliver up to 500 mA. The green Power LED (VDD3.3) indicates the presence of the generated

3.3 V supply voltage.

On-board reverse current protection diodes will ensure safe operation in case power is provided through both

USB plugs at the same time. These protection diodes allows to use the on-board debug probe connected with a

PC/Notebook via X101 and a second host PC/Laptop connected with the XMC4700 / XMC4800 Relax Kit via

X100.

If the board is powered via a USB plug, it’s not recommended to apply an additional 5 Volt power supply to one of the 5 Volt power pins (VDD5, 5 V) on the pin headers X1 or X2 or the Arduino there is no protection against reverse current into the external power supply. These power pins can be used to power an external circuit. But care must be taken not to draw more current than USB can deliver. A PC as USB host typically can deliver up to 500 mA current. If higher currents are required and in order to avoid damages on the USB host the use of an external USB power supply unit which is able to deliver higher currents than 500 mA is strongly recommended.

After power-up the green DEBUG LED starts blinking. In case there is a connection to a PC via the Debug USB plug X101 and the USB Debug Device drivers are installed on this PC, the DEBUG LED will turn from blinking to constant illumination.

XMC4700 / XMC4800

Relax Kit Series-V1

X100

Micro

USB

+5V

Infineon

ARDUINO POWER Pin Header

IC402

+5V

IFX1051LE

CAN

Transceiver

Infineon

JP300, IOREF

IC300, IC301

Voltage Level

Shifter for

ARDUINO

3.3V

3.3V

IC400, IC401

Ethernet

Phy, QSPI

Flash

Power

LED

X101

Micro

USB

+5V

Infineon

IC102

+5V

IFX1117

Lin. Voltage

Regulator

Infineon

3.3V

Pin Header X1 and X2

2x20, 0.1"

Figure 6 Power Supply Concept

IC100

XMC4700 /

XMC4800

Microcontroller

Infineon

IC101

XMC4200

Debug IC

Infineon

Power_BlockDiag.emf

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Hardware Description

2.2

Pin Header X1 and X2

The pin headers X1 and X2 can be used to extend the evaluation board or to perform measurements on the

XMC4700 / XMC4800. Figure 7 shows the available GPIOs / signals at these pin headers. The pin table is also

printed onto the bottom side of the PCB.

Pin Header X2 Pin Header X1

GND 40 39 GND

GND 38 37 GND

VDD3.3 36 35 CANL

VDD3.3 34 33 CANH

RST# 32 31 VDD5

HIB_1 30 29 HIB_0

P2.6

28 27 P5.7

P5.6

26 25 P5.5

P5.4

24 23 P5.3

P5.2

22 21 P5.1

P5.0

20 19 P1.15

P6.6

18 17 P6.5

P6.1

16 15 P5.3

P6.2

14 13 P6.1

P6.0

12 11 P1.2

P0.8

10 9 P0.7

P3.3

8 7 P3.14

P0.15

6 5 P0.14

P0.12

4 3 P3.11

P3.12

2 1 P3.13

(Top

View)

Figure 7 Signal mapping of the pin headers X1 and X2

GND 40 39 GND

VDD3.3 38 37 GND

VDD3.3 36 35 VDD5

P5.11 34 33 P5.10

P1.14 32 31 P2.13

P14.8 30 29 P14.9

P15.14 28 27 P15.15

P14.6 26 25 P14.7

P14.12 24 23 P14.13

P14.14 22 21 P14.15

P15.2 20 19 P15.3

P15.4 18 17 P15.5

P15.7 16 15 P15.6

P3.9

14 13 P3.1

P0.9

12 11 P3.2

P0.0

10 9 P0.10

P0.2

8 7 P0.1

P0.4

6 5 P0.3

P0.6

4 3 P0.5

P0.11

2 1 P3.4

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Hardware Description

2.3

Arduino

™ Compatible Connector

The mapping of GPIOs and XMC pin functions to Arduino

™ compatible functions can be found in Figure 8. The

Arduino

™ compatible connector supports

• SPI interface (SPI_xxx)

• I2C interface (I2C_xxx)

• UART interface (UART_xxx)

• PWM signal outputs (PWM0-5)

• ADC input (ADC0-5)

• Interrupt input (INT0-1)

N.C.

IORE F

RESET#

3V3

5V

GND

GND

N.C.

(Top View)

I2C_SCL / U1C1.DOUT0

I2C_SCL / U1C1.SCLKOUT

ADC0: VA DC.G0CH0

ADC1: VA DC.G1CH1

ADC2: VA DC.G1CH2

ADC3 / VA DC.G1CH3

ADC4: VA DC.G2CH0

ADC5 / VA DC.G2CH1

P14.0

P14.1

P14.2

P14.3

P14.4 /

P3.15

P14.5 /

P0.13

3

4

1

2

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

5

6 5

6

3

4

P0.13 /

P14.5

P3.15 /

P14.4

VA REF

GND

P3.9

P3.7

P3.8

P3.10

P1.11

P1.10

8

7

6

10

9

5

4

3

2

1

2

1

4

3

8

7

6

5

P1.9

P2.11

P2.12

P1.8

P1.1

P1.0

P2.14

P2.15

I2C_SCL / U1C1.SCLKOUT

I2C_SDA: U1C1.DOUT0

SPI_CLK: U2C0.SCLKOUT

SP I_MISO: U2C0.DX0C

SP I_MOSI: U2C0.DOUT0

SPI_CS: U2C0.SE LO0

IO2: P1.10

IO1: P1.9

IO0: P1.8

INT1: ERU0.3A0

INT0: ERU0.3B0

UART_TXD: U1C0.DOUT0

UART_RXD: U1C0.DX0C

ADC5 / VADC.G0CH0

ADC4: VADC.G0CH1

AREF: VARE F

PWM5: CCU41.OUT2

PWM4: CCU41.OUT0

PWM3: CCU81.OUT11

PWM2: CCU80.OUT22

PWM1: CCU81.OUT33

PWM0: CCU40.OUT2

1

2

RESE T#

GND

P3.7

5V

SPI_MISO: U2C0.DX0C

PWM5: CCU41.OUT2

SPI_MOSI: U2C0.DOUT0

P3.8

P3.9

SP I_CLK: U2C0.SCLKOUT

Ard uino_Pin_Mappin g.emf

Figure 8 Mapping of Arduino

™ Functions to XMC Pin Functions

The XMC4700 Relax Kit for 5V Shields features bi-directional voltage level shifter and therefor supports 5 V

Arduino

™ shields. Jumper JP300 (IOREF) determines whether the Arduino™ shield is driven with 5 V or 3.3 V.

Analog input signals ADC0-5 are limited to 3.3 V input voltage. Primarily ADC0 to ADC3 should be used as analog input, because there is no additional circuit connected to these pins, whereas ADC4 and ADC5 have additional circuitry and require an input signal with lower input impedance.

Note: Parallel operation of I2C and ADC4 / ADC5 is not possible, because they share the same Arduino pins.

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Hardware Description

2.4

User Push Buttons and User LEDs

The XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 provides two push buttons and two LEDs. The port pins used can

be found in Table 3 and Table 4. These pins are used exclusively for this function and they are not mapped to

other devices or connectors.

Table 3

LED

LED1

LED2

XMC4700/XMC4800 Pin Mapping for User LEDs

XMC Pin

P5.9

P5.8

Table 4

Button

BUTTON1

BUTTON2

XMC4700/XMC4800 Pin Mapping for User Push Buttons

XMC Pin

P15.13

P15.12

2.5

Debugging and UART-to-USB Communiction

The XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 supports debugging via 2 different channels:

• On-board debug probe

• 10-pin Cortex™ Debug Connector (not assembled)

2.5.1

On-board Debug Probe

The on-board debug probe supports Serial Wire Debug (SWD) and UART communication. Both require the installation of Segger’s J-Link Driver which is part of the DAVE development platform for the XMC microcontroller families to simplify and shorten SW development. It can be downloaded at www.infineon.com/dave .

The latest Segger J-Link Driver can be downloaded at http://www.segger.com/jlink-software.html

. Table 5 shows the pin assignment of the XMC4700/XMC4800 used

for debugging and UART communication.

Table 5 XMC4700/XMC4800 Pins Mapping for Debugging and UART-Communication

Pin Funtion

Data pin for Debugging via SWD

Clock pin for Debugging ia SWD

Transmit pin for UART communication (PC_RX)

Receive pin for UART communication (PC_TX)

Input/Output

I/O

O

O

I

XMC Pin

TMS

TCK

P1.5 (U0C0.DOUT)

P1.4 (U0C0.DX0B)

Table 6

4

5

2

3

6

Pin No.

1

2.5.2

Cortex

™ Debug Connector (10-pin)

The 10-pin Cortex

™ Debug Connector supports Serial Wire Debug (SWD) and Serial Wire Viewer (SWV). The pin assignment of the Cortex

™ Debug Connector is shown in Table 6.

Pin Assignment of the Cortex

™ Debug Connector (X102)

Signal Name

VCC

TMS

GND

TCK

GND

SWV

Description

+3.3 V

Serial Wire Data I/O

Ground

Serial Wire Clock

Ground

Serial Wire Viewer (Trace Data Out)

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Pin No.

7

8

9

10

Signal Name

Key

NC

GND_Detect

RESET

XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Hardware Description

Description

Key

Not connected

Ground detect

Rest (active low)

2.6

Reset

The reset pin (PORST#) of the XMC4700/XMC4800 is a bi-directional pin in open drain mode. An internal pullup resistor keeps the PORST# pin high during normal operation. A low level at this pin will force a hardware reset. In case of a MCU internal reset the PORST# pin will drive a low signal.

A reset signal can be issued by

• the on-board Reset Button (SW102, “RESET”)

• the on-board debug probe (IC101.46)

• the external debugger connected to the 10-pin Cortex™ Debug probe connector (X102)

• the Arduino Power Header (X302.3, “RESET”)

• the pin header X2 (X2.32, “RST#”)

An XMC

™ internal circuit always ensures a save Power-on-Reset. XMC™ does not require any additional external components to generate a reset signal during power-up.

2.7

CAN Transceiver

The XMC4700 Relax Kit and the XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit provide a CAN interface via the X2 connector.

Infineon’s high speed CAN transceiver IFX1051LE for industrial application supports 3.3V I/O logic and is suitable for 12V and 24V bus systems with an excellent EMC performance. The CAN bus (signals CANH,

CANL) is not terminated by a 120 Ohm and needs to be terminated externally.

Table 7 CAN Signals and XMC4700/XMC4800 Pin Mapping

Pin No. at Pin Header X2 XMC Pin, XMC Function

Signal

Name

CANH X2.33

CANL X2.35

CAN_TX -

CAN_RX -

-

-

P1.12, CAN.N1_TXD

P1.13, CAN.N1_RXDC

2.8

Serial Flash Memory

The XMC4700 Relax Kit and the XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit provide a 32 Mbit serial flash memory from

Micron (type: N25Q032A) interfaced to XMC4700/XMC4800 through a SPI interface. The SPI interface can be configured as single, dual or quad SPI.

Table 8 XMC4700/XMC4800 Pins Mapping for Serial Flash Memory

XMC Pin Function in qSPI Mode, XMC Function

P4.2

Clock, U2C1.SCLKOUT

P4.3

P4.7

Chip Select, U2C1.SELO2

Data Line 0 I/O, U2C1.DOUT0

P4.6

P4.4

P4.5

Data Line 1, U2C1.DOUT1

Data Line 3, U2C1.DOUT3

Data Line 2, U2C1.DOUT2

Function in SPI Mode, XMC Function

Clock, U2C1.SCLKOUT

Chip Select, U2C1.SELO2

Master Out Slave In (MOSI, MTSR), U2C1.DOUT0

Master In Slave Out (MISO, MRST), U2C1.DX0E

HOLD (low active)

Write Protection (low active)

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Hardware Description

2.9

microSD Card

The XMC4700 Relax Kit and the XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit provide a microSD card slot (X401). The microSD card can be operated in SD mode via the SDMMC peripheral or in SPI mode via the USIC0 Channel1

(U0C1) of the XMC4700/XMC4800.

Table 9 XMC4700/XMC4800 Pins Mapping for microSD Card

XMC Pin Function in SD Mode, XMC Function

P3.6

Clock, SDMMC.CLK_OUT (IN)

P3.5

P4.0

Command Line, SDMMC.CMD_OUT (IN)

Data Line 0, SDMMC.DATA0_OUT (IN)

Function in SPI Mode, XMC Function

Clock, U0C1.SCLKOUT

Master Out Slave In (MOSI, MTSR), U0C1.DOUT0

Master In Slave Out (MISO, MRST), U0C1.DX0E

P1.6

P1.7

P4.1

Data Line 1, SDMMC.DATA1_OUT (IN)

Data Line 2, SDMMC.DATA2_OUT (IN)

Data Line 3, SDMMC.DATA3_OUT (IN)

Unused

Unused

Chip Select (CS) / Slave Select (SS), U0C1.SELO0

2.10

Ethernet

The XMC4700 Relax Kit and the XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit provide an Ethernet Phy and RJ45 plug.

Table 10 XMC4700/XMC4800 Pins used for Ethernet

P2.4

P2.3

P2.2

P2.0

P2.7

P1.3

XMC Pin Ethernet Function

P15.9

P15.8

Carrier Sense / Receive Data Valid

Clock Input

P2.10

P2.9

P2.8

P2.5

LED

Transmit Data Line 1

Transmit Data Line 0

Transmit Enable

Receive Error

Receive Data Line 1

Receive Data Line 0

Management Data In/Out

XMC Function

ETH0.CRS_DVC

ETH0.CLK_RMIIC

GPIO P2.10

ETH0.TXD1

ETH0.TXD0

ETH0.TX_EN

ETH0.RXERA

ETH0.RXD1A

ETH0.RXD0A

ETH0.MDIB / ETH0.MDO

Management Data Clock ETH0.MDC

Interrupt (disabled via solder jumper R401) GPIO P1.3

2.11

Boot Option

During power-on-reset the XMC4700/XMC4800 latches the signal level at the pins TMS and TCK. Based on the logic levels latched at these pins after reset the XMC4700/XMC4800 starts booting in different modes. TMS and

TCK pins are used for debugging and by default program execution is always starting from on-chip flash (normal mode).

The XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 does not support the selection of the boot options by switches directly. In case of no external debug probe is used the boot mode can be influenced by applying 1 kOhm pullup- or pull-down resistors to TMS and TCK pins. These pins are available at the 10-pin debug connector X102.

Table 11

High

Boot Mode Selection with external Pull Resistors

Logic Level at TMS during Reset

Logic Level at TCK during Reset

Low

Boot Mode

Normal Mode (boot from on-chip flash) (DEFAULT)

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Logic Level at TMS during Reset

Low

High

Low

Logic Level at TCK during Reset

Low

High

High

XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Production Data

Boot Mode

ASC BSL Mode (boot from UART)

BMI Customized Boot Mode

CAN BSL Mode (boot from CAN)

3 Production Data

This chapter covers schematics, board dimensions, component placement and the list of material.

3.1

Schematics

In the following figures shows the schematics of the XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1 and the XMC

EtherCAT Phy Board-V1:

• Figure 9: Relax Kit Schematic: MCU, Push Buttons, LEDs, Reset Button, Crystals, USB

• Figure 10: Relax Kit Schematic: OBD Probe, Ethernet, Quad-SPI Memory, microSD Card Slot

• Figure 11: Relax Kit Schematic: Pin Header, Voltage Level Shifter, Power Supply, CAN transceiver

• Figure 12: XMC EtherCAT Phy Board Schematic: Input and Output Phy

• Figure 13: XMC EtherCAT Phy Board Schematic: Power, Connectors, LEDs

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.3

D3 VD

14 k 10

R1

.3

D3 VD

15 k 10

R1

3 60 /0

00

T/D

D1

D-R

LE

LE

ED

D1

12

0R 68

R1

LE

AL 2m

3 60 /0

01

T/D

D1

D-R

LE

LE

ED

D2

13

0R 68

R1

LE

AL 2m

.3

D3 VD

2 40

16

K/0

R1

10

XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Production Data

pF pF 15 15 01 01 C4 C4 pF pF 15 15 00 00 C4 C4 pF pF 15 15 17 17 C1 C1 pF pF 15 15 16 16 C1 C1

.3

D3 VD

F RE VA

L1

G6

L1

G6

02

00

00

01

8P M1 BL

8P

0R 0R

M1

0R 0R

09 09 s./ s./ as as

R1 R1

BL

10 10 no no

R1 R1

D5 VD

.3

D3 VD

0V 0V /1 /1 uF uF 10 10

F F

F F

F F

F F

0n 0n

0n 0n

10 10

10 10

0n 0n 10 10

0n 0n 10 10

13 13 C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

12 12

11 11

10 10

09 09

F F

F F

0V 0V

0V 0V

0V 0V

0V 0V /1 /1

/1 /1

/1 /1

/1 /1 uF uF uF uF uF uF uF uF

F F

F F

0n 0n

0n 0n

0n 0n

0n 0n

10 10

10 10

10 10

10 10

10 10

10 10

10 10

10 10

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

04 04

03 03

06 06

05 05

02 02

01 01

08 08

07 07

2

1

3L 3L

00 00 D1 D1

B-0 B-0

D2

D1

3

L2 L2 V0 V0 D8 D8 ES ES

PA PA B-5 B-5 -A -A 62 62 ZX ZX

F F 0n 0n 10 10

1M 1M

06 06 R1 R1

00 00 C1 C1

Figure 9 Relax Kit Schematic: MCU, Push Buttons, LEDs, Reset Button, Crystals, USB

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.3

.3

.3

.3

D3 D3 VD VD

0R 0R 12 12

0R 0R 12 12

R4 R4

R4 R4

05 05

04 04

.3

.3

D3 D3

.3

.3

D3 D3 VD VD

03 k 10

R4

VD VD

2V 2V 4-0 4-0

2

00 00 D4 D4

T6 T6 BA BA

1

02 R4

1k

04 04 C4 C4

0V 0V /1 /1 uF uF 10 10

.3

.3

D3

D3

D3

VD

VD VD

3

VD VD

3

00

02

24

0R

60

68

/0

R1

03

N/D

23

0R

60

68

/0

R1

02

N/D

G6 G6

C4 C4

0V 0V /1 /1

00 00 R4

8P 8P M1 M1

F F

03 03

0n 0n

C4 C4

10 10

00 00 L4 L4

BL BL

1k 1k uF uF 22

D1

D-G

D1

D-G

LE

LE

LE

LE

F F

3

F F 0n 0n 10 10

0n 0n

60

10 10

/0 49

06 R4

6K

12 12

11 11

C4 C4

C4 C4

.3

D3 VD

09 k 10

R4

.3

D3 VD pm pm 0p 0p z/5 z/5 MH MH

01 01 pF pF

Q4 Q4

25 25

22 22 10 10 C4 C4

F F 0n 0n pF pF 22 22

10 10

F F

07 07

0n 0n

0V 0V

10 10

C4 C4

/1 /1

06 06 uF uF

C4 C4

22 22

05 05 C4 C4

0V 0V /1 /1 uF uF 2.2

2.2

C4 C4

C4 C4

09 09

08 08

.3

.3

D3 D3

D5

3W 3W -0 -0 0A 0A 01 01

03 03

C

S3 S3

VD VD

VD D1 D1

A

BA BA

PA PA B-5 B-5 -A -A 62 62 ZX ZX

F F 0n 0n 10 10

25 25 R1 R1

1M 1M

31 31 C1 C1

2 2

26 26

3L 3L

02 02

40 40

D1 D1

2

1

B-0 B-0

7/0 7/0

L2 L2

4k 4k

R1 R1

V0 V0 D8 D8 ES ES

D2

D1

3

2 2 40 40

27 27 R1 R1 k/0 k/0 10 10

0V 0V

0V 0V /1 /1

/1 /1

F F

F F

F F uF uF uF uF

0n 0n

0n 0n

0n 0n

10 10

10 10

10 10

10 10

10 10

C1 C1

C1 C1

29 29

28 28

30 30

27 27

26 26

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

0V 0V /1 /1 uF uF

F F 0n 0n

F F 0n 0n

4.7

4.7

10 10

10 10

C1 C1

C1 C1

C1 C1

25 25

24 24

23 23

08 k k

07 R4

R4

10

10

XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Production Data

.3

.3

D3 D3 VD VD

10 10

10 10 k k k k k k k k k k

10 10

10 10

10 10

R4 R4

R4 R4

13 13

12 12

14 14

11 11

10 10

R4 R4

R4 R4

R4 R4

.3

D3 VD

.3

.3

D3 D3 VD VD pF pF pF pF 15 15

15 21

.3

.3

D3 D3 VD VD

19 k 10

R1

22 22 C1 C1

.3

.3

D3 D3 VD VD

C1 h s mp ad

4m

H-P

2.5

5T

Figure 10 Relax Kit Schematic: OBD Probe, Ethernet, Quad-SPI Memory, microSD Card Slot

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D GN

D GN

XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Production Data

D GN

.3

.3

D3 D3 VD VD

3 60 /0

3

30

0R

60

68

/0

R1

0V 0V /1 /1 uF uF

04

N/D

10 10

D1

D-G

33 33

LE

LE

C1 C1

J AD

1

D5 VD

0V 0V /1 /1 uF uF 10 10 32 32 C1 C1

D GN tors ec nn Co le tib mpa Co INO DU AR

* .9

P3

3

1

5

00 00 X3 X3

4

2

6

* .8

D

P3

GN

D GN

.3

D3 VD

00 k 10

R3

0R s./ as

01 R3 no

.3

D3 VD

02 k 10

R3

0R s./ as

03 R3 no

D GN

D GN

F F

F F

0n 0n 10 10

0n 0n 10 10

C3 C3

C3 C3

01 01

00 00

F F

F F

0n 0n 10 10

0n 0n 10 10

C3 C3

C3 C3

03 03

02 02

Figure 11 Relax Kit Schematic: Pin Header, Voltage Level Shifter, Power Supply, CAN transceiver

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3 60

3 60

3 60

3 60

R1

75

R1

75

R1

75

R1

75

13

R/0

12

R/0

11

R/0

10

R/0

ND _G SIS AS CH

.3

D3 VD

5 5 80

2

2

2

V/0

40

5 5 80 80

.8

.8

2 2 40 40

D1 D1

V/0 V/0

VD VD

10 10

F/0 F/0

40

40

10

F/0

F/0

F/0

08 08 uF/ uF/

C1 C1

10 10

03 03

0n 0n

3

04 04

0n 0n

06 06

0n 0n

05 05 uF/ uF/

07 07

0n 0n

C1 C1

10 10

C1 C1

10 10

C1 C1

10 10

C1 C1

10 10

C1 C1

10 10

60 /0

03

24 1k

R1

2 2

2 2

11 11

40 40

12 12

40 40

C1 C1

C1 C1

F/0 F/0

F/0 F/0 0n 0n

0n 0n

10 10

10 10

2 2

10 10

40 40

C1 C1

F/0 F/0 0n 0n 10 10

2 2

09 09

40 40

C1 C1

F/0 F/0 0n 0n 10 10

XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Production Data

3 60

3 60

3 60

3 60

R1

75

R1

75

R1

75

R1

75

63

R/0

62

R/0

61

R/0

60

R/0

ND _G SIS AS CH

.3

D3 VD

5 5 80

2

2

2

V/0

40

5 5

.8

.8

D1 D1

80 80

2 2

V/0 V/0

VD VD

40 40

10 10

F/0 F/0

40

40

10

F/0

F/0

F/0

58 58 uF/ uF/

C1 C1

10 10

56 56

0n 0n

55 55 uF/ uF/

57 57

0n 0n

53 53

0n 0n

3

54 54

0n 0n

C1 C1

10 10

C1 C1

10 10

60 /0 24

53

C1 C1

10 10

C1 C1

10 10

C1 C1

10 10

1k

R1

2 2

2 2

62 62

40 40

40 40

61 61 C1 C1

C1 C1

F/0 F/0

F/0 F/0

2 2

60 60

40 40

C1 C1

F/0 F/0

0n 0n

0n 0n

10 10

10 10

0n 0n 10 10

2 2

59 59

40 40

C1 C1

F/0 F/0 0n 0n 10 10

.3

D3 VD

.3

D3 VD

Figure 12 XMC EtherCAT Phy Board Schematic: Input and Output Phy

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XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Production Data

D GN

D GN

D GN

.3

D3 VD

5

D VD D

3

GN

3 60

31 R2 k/0 10

1

3 60

30 R2 k/0 10

D GN

D5 VD

3

3

60

02

60

5/0

/0

1k

R2

N/D

00

D-G

V2

LE

.8

.8

D1 D1 VD VD

3 60 /0

00

87 4k

R2

5 5 80

3 60

01 k/0 10

R2

V/0 V/0

02 02

10 10

C2 C2 uF/ uF/ 10 10

3 60 /0

3

0R

12 R2

60

68

/0 N/D

10

D-G

V2

LE

.3

D3 VD

3 60 /0

10

0R

R2

5 5 80

3 60 /0

11 R2

NA

V/0 V/0

12 12

10 10

C2 C2 uF/ uF/ 10 10

.3

D3 VD

3 60 /0

3 60 /0

D8

T/D

3 60 /0

D7

T/D

3 60 /0

D6

T/D

3 60 /0

D5

T/D

3 60 /0

D4

T/D

3 60 /0

D3

T/D

3 60 /0

D2

T/D

D1

T/D

LE

LE

LE

LE

LE

39

D-R

V2

LE

LE

38

D-R

V2

LE

LE

37

D-R

V2

LE

LE

36

D-R

V2

LE

35

D-R

V2

LE

34

D-R

V2

LE

33

D-R

V2

LE

32

D-R

V2

LE

3

29

60 /0

R2

3

26

60 /0

R2

3

25

60 /0

R2

3

28

60 /0

R2

3

22

60 /0

R2

3

24

60 /0

R2

3

23

60 /0

R2

3

27

60 /0

R2

0R

0R

0R

0R

0R

0R 68

0R 68

0R 68

1

68

3 .1

68

5 .1

68

4 .1

68

4 .1

68

4 .1

.3

.2

.1

P5

P1

P3

P0

P0

P1

P3

P3

T

31 V2

D/R LE

30

N

V2

D/G LE

TOP

TOP

3 3

3 3

21 21

60 60 /0 /0

R2 R2

20 20

60 60 /0 /0

R2 R2

0R 0R 68 68

0R 0R 68 68

.7

P0

.8

P0 UN

RR _E ED _L AT0 EC

_R ED _L AT0 EC

.3

D3 VD

5 5 80 80 V/0 V/0

00 00

10 10

C2 C2 uF/ uF/ 10 10

RK RK .3

.3

D3 D3 VD VD

D5 VD

3 60

13 R2 k/0 10

5 5 80 80 V/0 V/0

10 10

10 10

C2 C2 uF/ uF/ 10 10

3

14 R2

60 /0 k9 49

Figure 13 XMC EtherCAT Phy Board Schematic: Power, Connectors, LEDs

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3.2

XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Production Data

Components Placement and Geometry

66mm

C

12

8

C

12

6

C123

C125

4 4

C

12 12

R

11

8

C

12

1

C

13

0

X401

RIGHT

FRONT

12

11

LEFT

10

9

7 5 3

8 6 4 2

1

9 9

C C

10 10

0 0

C C

11 11

R

C

11

11

1

6

10

7 7

C C

10 10

1 1

C C

11 11

L1

02

R110

R109

C

10

5

0 0

Q Q

40 40

C

10

C

8

11

2

4 4

C C

10 10

C

40

C

40

0

6

14mm 27.9mm

Figure 14

Components Placement and Geometry

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Production Data

3.3

List of Material

The list of material is valid for the XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1.

Table 12

Value

List of Material

IFX1051LE TSON8

15pF 50V 10% 0402

15pF 50V 10% 0402

22pF 50V 5% 0402

10uF 10V 10% 0805

10uF 10V 10% 0805

22uF 10V 20% 0805

100nF 16V 10% 0402

100nF 16V 10% 0402

Device

CAN Transceiver Infineon

Capacitor COG

Capacitor COG

Capacitor COG

Capacitor X5R

Capacitor X5R

Capacitor X5R

Capacitor X7R

Capacitor X7R

Qty Reference Designator

1 IC402

4 C116, C117, C121, C122

2 C400, C401

2 C409, C410

9

C101, C102, C103, C104,

C113, C126, C127, C132,

C133

1 C404

2 C402, C407

19

C100, C105, C106, C107,

C108, C109, C110, C111,

C112, C114, C115, C118,

C119, C123, C124, C128,

C129, C130, C131

5

C300, C301, C302, C303,

C304

6

C403, C406, C408, C411,

C412, C413

1 C120

1 C405

1 C125

100nF 16V 10% 0402

10nF 16V 10% 0402

2.2uF 10V 10% 0805

4.7uF 10V 10% 0805

10-pin

Capacitor X7R

Capacitor X7R

Capacitor X7R

Capacitor X7R ESR<50mOhm

Connection Header 10-pin 0.1" THT

SSW-110-01-G-S

6-pin

8-pin

RJ45

ZX62-AB-5PA microSD-Card Slot

12MHz 3.2x2.5

Connection Header 6-pin 0.1" THT

SSW-106-01-G-S

Connection Header 8-pin 0.1" THT

SSW-108-01-G-S

Connector 10/100 Ethernet

7499010211A Wüth

Connector Micro USB AB SMD ZX62-

AB-5PA Hirose

Connector microSD MOLEX-

0475710001

Crystal 12MHz 4Pad NX3225SA

12MHz NDK

Crystal 25MHz 4Pad NX3225SA

25MHz NDK 25MHz 3.2x2.5

32.768KHz 3.2x1.5

BAT64-02V SC79

Crystal 32.768KHz SMD 12.5pF NDK

NX3215SA-32.768K

Diode Infineon

BAS3010A-03W SOD323 Diode Schottky 30V 1A Infineon

KSZ8081RNACA QFN24 Ethernet PHY RMII Micrel

BLM18PG600SN1D 0603 Ferrite Bead 60R 500mA Murata

BLM18PG600SN1D 0603 Ferrite Bead 60R 500mA Murata

1 X304

1 X301

2 X302, X303

1 X400

2 X100, X101

1 X401

2 Q100, Q101

1 Q401

1 Q400

2 D400, D401

2 D101, D103

1 IC400

4 L100, L101, L102, L103

2 L400, L401

B

B

B

B

B

B

Note*

B

A

B

B

A

A

A

B

B

B

B

B

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XMC4700/XMC4800 Relax Kit Series-V1

Production Data

Value Device

N25Q032A13ESE40

SO8W

LED-GN 0603

Flash serial SPIx4 32-Mbit Micron

LED SMD gn LSQ971-Z

LED-RT 0603 LED SMD rt LSQ976-Z

TXS0108EPW TSSOP-20 Level Shifter 8-bit

XMC4200-Q48K256

QFN48 Microcontroller XMC4200 Infineon

XMC4700/XMC4800-

F144F2048 LQFP144

2x20pin 0.1"

Microcontroller XMC4700/XMC4800

Infineon

Pin Header THT

2x3-pin 0.1"

3-pin 0.1" no ass. 2x5pin 0.05" no ass. 5-pin 0.1"

ESD8V0L2B-03L TSLP-3-

1

FSM2JSMA

0R 1% 0402

Pin Header THT

Pin Header THT

Pin Header THT FTSH-105-01-F-D-K

Pin Header THT no assembly

Diode Protection Infineon

Pushbutton ON SMD Tyco

Resistor

Qty Reference Designator

1

3

2

2

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

IC401

LED102, LED103, LED104

LED100, LED101

IC300, IC301

IC101

IC100

X1, X2

X300

JP300

X102

X103

100R 1%0 402

10K 1% 0402

10k 1% 0402

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

10k 1% 0402

120R 1% 0603

1k 1% 0402

1M 1% 0402

22R 1% 0402

22R 1% 0402

4k7 1% 0402

510R 1% 0402

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

680R 1% 0603

680R 1% 0603

6K49 1% 0603 no ass. 0R

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

Resistor

0R 0402 Array

Resistor Network EXB2HVR000V

Panasonic

IFX1117MEV33 SOT223 Voltage Regulator 3.3 V Infineon

2 RA200, RA201

1 IC102

*Agenda:

A: Assembled on Relax Kit for 5V Shields only

B: Assembled on Relax Kit and Relax EtherCAT Kit only

C: Assembled on Relax EtherCAT Kit only

D: Assembled on Relax Kit , Relax Lite Kit and Relax EtherCAT Kit only

N: Not Assembled

2 D100, D102

3 SW100, SW101, SW102

1 R110

6

R100, R101, R102, R103,

R104, R105

5

R114, R115, R116, R119,

R127

2 R300, R302

9

R403, R407, R408, R409,

R410, R411, R412, R413,

R414

2 R404, R405

2 R400, R402

2 R106, R125

2 R107, R108

2 R120, R121

1 R126

3 R111, R118, R122

4 R112, R113, R123, R124

1 R130

1 R406

4 R109, R301, R303, R401

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Note*

B

A

C

A

A

N

N

A

B

B

B

B

N

D

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