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PDF Content Summary: 32 RH850 Evaluation Platform RH850/E2x- 292BGA PiggyBack board Y-RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1-V1 All information contained in these materials, including products and product specifications, represents information on the product at the time of publication and is subject to change by Renesas Electronics Corp. without notice. Please review the latest information published by Renesas Electronics Corp. through various means, including the Renesas Technology Corp. website ( renesas.com). The newest version of this document can be obtained from the following web location: renesas.eu/updates?oc=Y-RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1-V1#documentInfo R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 renesas.com 2020-05-12 Table of Contents Chapter 1 Introduction ......................................................................... 3 Chapter 2 Overview .............................................................................. 4 2.1 Overview of Y-RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1-V1 ..................................... 4 2.2 Mounting of the device ........................................................................ 5 Chapter 3 Power supply ....................................................................... 6 3.1 Board power connection ..................................................................... 6 3.2 Voltage distribution .............................................................................. 7 Chapter 4 Clock sources ...................................................................... 9 4.1.1 MainOsc ......................................................................................................................... 9 4.1.2 Programmable Oscillator ............................................................................................. 9 Chapter 5 Debug and Programming interface .................................. 10 5.1 14 Pin Debug Connector .................................................................... 10 5.2 34 Pin Aurora Connector ................................................................... 10 Chapter 6 Connectors for ports of device ......................................... 12 6.1 Push button for RESET ...................................................................... 12 6.2 Mode Selection ................................................................................... 12 6.3 Connectors to MainBoard .................................................................. 12 6.3.1 Assignment of CAN Pins ........................................................................................... 12 6.4 RHSIF I/F ............................................................................................. 13 6.5 HS-SPI I/F ............................................................................................ 13 6.6 RHSB I/F .............................................................................................. 14 Chapter 7 Other circuitry .................................................................... 15 7.1 Signalling for ERROROUT_M ............................................................ 15 7.2 Pin Headers for Pull-Down and Pull-Up ............................................ 15 7.3 Signalling LEDs .................................................................................. 15 Chapter 8 Jumper Configuration ....................................................... 16 Chapter 9Precautions ........................................................................ 18 9.1 9.2 Power-Off Sequence .......................................................................... 18 Changed Pin Number on Jumper JP18 ........................................... 18 Chapter 10 Mechanical dimensions .................................................... 19 Chapter 11 Schematic .......................................................................... 20 Chapter 12 Revision History ................................................................ 26 2 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 1 Introduction The RH850/E2x Application Board is part of the RH850 Evaluation Platform and serves as a simple and easy to use platform for evaluating the features and performance of Renesas Electronics 32-bit RH850/E2x microcontrollers in a BGA-292 package. The PiggyBack board (Y-RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1 -V1) can be used as a standalone board, or can be mated with a mainboard (Y- RH850-X1X-MB-Tx-Vx) for extended functionality. Main features: • Socket for mounting of device • Standalone operation of the board • Direct supply of device voltage (typ. 5V, 3.3V and 1.25V) enabling single power supply and dual power supply • Device programming capability • Device debugging capability • Pin headers for direct access to each functional device pin • Reset switch • MainOSC circuitry • Connectors to MainBoard • Operating temperature from 0°C to +40°C This document describes the functionality provided by the PiggyBack board and guides the user through its operation. For details regarding the operation of the microcontroller, refer to the corresponding User’s Manual. 3 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 2 Overview 2.1 Overview of Y-RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1-V1 Figures 1 and 2 provide a schematic view of the Y-RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1- V1 PiggyBack board. RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1-V1 EESS-0401-153-02 Figure 1 PiggyBack Board Top View The red arrow denotes the position of socket pin #1. Figure 2 PiggyBack Board Bottom View 4 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 2.2 Mounting of the device The Y-RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1-V1 PiggyBack board features a socket for mounting of the device. All E2x in BGA-292 package do fit into the available Enplas OTB-292(961RS)-0.8-019S-00 socket. The device must be placed inside the socket IC1. To insert the device align the device package #1pin with the #1pin of the socket. The #1pin of the socket is marked with a circle near to the “IC1” label (see also red arrow in Figure 1). The #1pin of the device is marked by a white triangle on the package (see white circle in Figure 3). Figure 3 Enplas OTB-292(961RS)-0.8-019S-00 Socket with Mounted Device CAUTION: Please be careful with the placement to not damage the device. 5 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 3 Power supply 3.1 Board power connection For operation of the device, a supply voltage must be connected to the board. There are several possibilities to power the device. Within this document, the following voltages are considered as ‘typical’ values: Voltage1 = 5V Voltage2 = 3.3V Voltage3 = 1.25V Direct voltage supply Three different voltages can be supplied to the board. The following connectors are available to supply those voltages directly: • Four 4mm ‘banana-type’ connectors: - Three red connectors for voltages 5V (CN15), 3.3V (CN23) and 1.25V (CN24). - A black connector for ground (GND) connection (CN22). Note: The four connectors are supplied with the board but not assembled. For details about voltage distribution, refer to Chapter 3.2 ‘Voltage distribution’. Supply by MainBoard In case the PiggyBack board is mounted on a MainBoard, the 5V and 3.3V is supplied by the on-board regulator of the MainBoard. CAUTION: Do not supply 5V or 3.3V directly to the PiggyBack board in case it is mounted on the MainBoard. For each of the voltages, 5V, 3.3V and 1.25V a green LED (LED3, LED2 and LED5, respectively) is available to signal that the related voltage is available on the PiggyBack board. The corresponding LEDs are placed directly beneath the connectors of the related voltage. 6 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 3.2 Voltage distribution The table shows the required device power supply pins. For detailed explanation of their function and specification, please refer to the user documentation of the corresponding device: Table 1 Available Power Domains for MCU Device Supply Pin SYSVCC VCC EnVCC (n = 0-2) LVDVCC EMUVCC AnVCC (n = 0 and 2) AnVREFH (n = 0 and 2) ADSVCC ADSVREFH EMUVDD VDD Additional power supply for the MainBoard and the operation of the PiggyBack board can be selected: Table 2 Available Power Domains for Board Operation Supply voltage Function VDDIOF IO supply voltage for components located on a connected mainboard. Board_VCC Source for all devices (e.g. voltage regulator) on the PiggyBack board The following figure shows the configurable voltage distribution on the PiggyBack board. • All power supply lines can be interrupted by jumpers. This provides the possibility to measure the current consumption of each individual power domain of the device (JP4 – 16 and JP23 – 24). • The IO supply voltage for the Mainboard (VDDIOF) can be connected via jumper JP17 to 5V or 3.3V, if the PiggyBack board is mounted on a MainBoard. • VDD and EMUVDD can be powered either directly from the ‘banana-type’ connector (CN24) or by an on-board voltage regulator. • The source for the on-board voltage regulator, as well as the source for all on-board devices (Board_VCC) needs to be configured via jumper JP30 to either 5V or 3.3V. • The source for VDD is selectable by the jumper JP22. The jumper JP23 and JP24 connect the voltage, configured by JP22 with the VDD and EMUVDD pins. 7 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Note: Although nominally 1.25V is used even as name in the schematic the output of the voltage regulator IC19 is slightly increased to 1.28V (see Chapter 11 ‘Schematic’). With this sufficient high voltage is applied, even in case of any possible voltage drops. #1 #2 #1 #2 +5V JP0 JP2 #3 #2 #1 #3 #2 #1 +3.3V JP1 JP4 JP3 JP11 E0VCC A0VCC JP5 JP12 E1VCC A0VREFH JP6 JP13 E2VCC A2VCC JP17 JP14 VDDIOF (to mainboard) A2VREFH JP7 JP15 LVDVCC ADSVCC JP16 SYSVCC ADSVREFH VCC EMUVCC +5V +3.3V +1.25V JP22 Figure 4 Voltage Distribution on the PiggyBack Board • The voltage supplied to the device pin W3 (marked "Ball_W3") must be configured to either LVDVCC or E0VCC according to the device pinout. Please check the device HW user’s documentation for more details. For more details, please refer to Chapter 11 ‘Schematic’. For typical configuration of the jumpers, please refer to Chapter 8 ‘Jumper Configuration’. JP8 JP9 JP10 Board_VCC LVDVCC #3 #2 #1 JP30 E0VCC #1 JP18 #2 #3 Voltage regulator IC fo r 1.25V Ball_W3 #3 #2 #1 #1 #2 JP23 VDD JP24 EMUVDD 8 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 4 Clock sources External crystal oscillators for the device clock supply are provided with the board. 4.1.1 MainOsc A crystal or ceramic resonator can be mounted on socket X1. A 20MHz and a 40MHz oscillator are supplied with the board. The signals X1 and X2 are by default not connected to a pin header in order to minimize disturbance on the resonator signal. If needed the signals can be connected to CN5 (pins #24 and 26) via connecting with 0Ohm resistances R48 and R49. For details, please refer to Chapter 11 ‘Schematic’. 4.1.2 Programmable Oscillator It is possible to mount a programmable crystal oscillator on the PiggyBack board at OSC1. The available footprint and circuitry is designed for a SG-8002CE programmable crystal oscillator from Epson Toyocom. The output from this oscillator can be connected to port X1 via resistor R38. The SG-8002CE is neither mounted nor provided with the board. For details about the available circuitry, refer to Chapter 11 ‘Schematic’. A resonator mounted on socket X1 must not be used in parallel to another clock source. 9 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 5 Debug and Programming interface The signal ‘EVTO’ from below connectors can be pulled up to ‘E0VCC’ via JP28. Please refer to the documentation of the used tool, whether this is needed. The signal ‘TRST’ from below connectors can be pulled up to ‘SYSVCC’ or to the ‘TRST’ line of the used tool via jumper JP31. For typical configuration of the jumpers, please refer to Chapter 8 ‘Jumper Configuration’. 5.1 14 Pin Debug Connector For connection of the microcontroller to debug and flash programming tools, the connector CN25 with fourteen pins is available. The signal connection of the connector CN25 is shown in the table below: Table 3 Pin Assignment of CN25 CN25 Pin Function 1 TCK 2 GND 3 JP31 #3 4 MD0 5 TDO 6 - 7 TDI 8 VCC 9 TMS 10 EVTO (P33_9) 11 DRDY 12 GND 13 RES_IN 14 GND 5.2 34 Pin Aurora Connector For connection of the microcontroller to a trace tool CN10 is available. The signal connection of the connector CN10 is shown in the table below: Table 4 Pin Assignment of CN10 CN10 Pin Function CN10 Pin Function 1 TODP0 2 VCC 3 TODN0 4 TCK 10 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 5 GND 6 TMS 7 Reserved (NC) 8 TDI 9 Reserved (NC) 10 TDO 11 GND 12 TRST 13 Reserved (NC) 14 MD0 15 Reserved (NC) 16 EVTI (P33_8) 17 GND 18 EVTO (P33_9) 19 Reserved (NC) 20 MD1 21 Reserved (NC) 22 RES_IN 23 GND 24 GND 25 Reserved (NC) 26 CICREFP 27 Reserved (NC) 28 CICREFN 29 GND 30 GND 31 Reserved (NC) 32 DRDY 33 Reserved (NC) 34 RES_OUT Access to the signal AURORES is possible via jumper JP34. With this jumper, AURORES can also be connected to TRST or pulled-down to GND. 11 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 6 Connectors for ports of device Connection to most functional pins of the devices is possible via the connectors CN5 to CN8 and CN18. Some functions might not be available on the pin headers, e.g. high frequency signals, as this would disturb the integrity of such signals. The actual voltage levels of the various voltage domains can be measured at the individual jumpers. For more details, please refer to sec. 3.2 ‘Voltage distribution’ and Chapter 11 ‘Schematic’. CAUTION: The pin headers are directly connected to the pins of the device, therefore special care must be taken to avoid any electrostatic or other damage to the device. 6.1 Push button for RESET In order to issue a RESET to the device, the push-button SW1 is available. 6.2 Mode Selection The PiggyBack Board gives the possibility to configure the following mode pins • MD0 via jumper JP26 • MD1 via jumper JP27 To apply a “High” signal to the mode pins, the corresponding jumpers can be set. CAUTION: Be careful in configuration of mode related pins, as wrong configuration can cause irregular behaviour of the devices. Be sure to check the corresponding User Manual, for details, which modes can be selected for the used device. 6.3 Connectors to MainBoard Three connectors (CN1, CN2 and CN3) are available to connect the PiggyBack board to a MainBoard. Regarding the function on the MainBoard, please refer to the UM of any supported MainBoard (Y-RH850-X1X-MB-Tx-Vx). For details about the signal assignment to the connectors, please refer to Chapter 11 ’Schematic’. 6.3.1 Assignment of CAN Pins The available Mainboards (Y-RH850-X1X-MB-Tx-Vx) provide connectors for CAN communication. The channel number of the Mainboards does not match the channel number of RH850/E2x devices. The following table shows the assignment. Table 5 CAN Function Assignment Mainboard PiggyBack Board (MCU) Port Pin CAN Alternative Function CAN0TX P32_1 CTX2 CAN0RX P32_0 CRX2 CAN1TX P15_2 CTX1 CAN1RX P15_1 CRX1 12 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 CAN2TX P02_0 CTX0 CAN2RX P02_2 CRX0 CAN3TX P32_6 CTX3 CAN3RX P32_4 CRX3 CAN4TX P15_7 CTX4 CAN4RX P15_8 CRX4 6.4 RHSIF I/F CN11 is available to connect to the RHSIF I/F signals of the device. The connector is a Samtec ‘ERF8-005-05.0-L-DV-L-TR’ type connector and the following table shows the signal assignment. Table 6 RHSIF I/F Pin Assignment CN11 Pin Function Device Pin CN11 Pin Function Device Pin 1 HSIF0_TXDP P21_5 2 GND - 3 HSIF0_TXDN P21_4 4 GND - 5 GND - 6 HSIF0_REFCLK P20_0 7 HSIF0_RXDN P21_2 8 GND - 9 HSIF0_RXDP P21_3 10 GND - All signals are by default not connected to a pin header in order to minimize disturbance on the signal. If needed the signals can be connected to CN5 (pins #14, 16, 18, 20 and 22) via connecting with 0Ohm resistances R31, R50, R75, R76 and R78. For details, please refer to Chapter 11 ‘Schematic’. 6.5 HS-SPI I/F CN13 is available to connect to the HS-SPI I/F signals of the device. The connector is a Samtec ‘ERF8-005-05.0-L-DV-L-TR’ type connector and the following table shows the signal assignment. Table 7 HS-SPI I/F Pin Assignment CN13 Pin Function Device Pin CN13 Pin Function*1 Device Pin*1 Function*2 Device Pin*2 1 CLKP P13_1 2 TXDP P13_3 RXDP P14_4 3 CLKN P13_0 4 TXDN P13_2 RXDN P14_5 5 GND - 6 GND - GND - 7 GND - 8 RXDP P14_4 TXDP P13_3 9 SSL/SSLI*3 P14_2 10 RXDN P14_5 TXDN P13_2 Note 1 & 2: The function of CN13 pins 2, 4, 8 and 10 depend on the configuration of JP29 13 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 • JP29 pins 1 and 2 connected: Function *1 is effective • JP29 pins 2 and 3 connected: Function *2 is effective Note 3: The function of the pin P14_2 can be configured in the used MCU device. For details, please refer to the HW user's manual of the used device. All signals are by default not connected to a pin header in order to minimize disturbance on the signal. If needed the signals can be connected to CN6 (pins #33, 35, 36, 38, and 40 – 42) via connecting with 0Ohm resistances R112 – R116 and R118 and R119. For details, please refer to Chapter 11 ‘Schematic’. 6.6 RHSB I/F CN12 is available to connect to the HS-SPI I/F signals of the device. The connector is a Samtec ‘ERF8-010-05.0-L-DV-L-TR’ type connector and the following table shows the signal assignment. Table 8 RHSB I/F Pin Assignment CN12 Pin Function Device Pin CN12 Pin Function Device Pin 1 RHSB1FCLN P10_1 2 RHSB1CSD0 P10_7 3 RHSB1FCLP P10_0 4 RHSB1EMRG P12_0 5 GND - 6 RHSB1SI0 P12_2 7 RHSB1SON P10_3 8 RHSB1SI1 P12_4 9 RHSB1SOP P10_2 10 RHSB1CSD1 P10_6 11 RHSB0FCLN P13_0 12 RHSB0CSD0 P12_6 13 RHSB0FCLP P13_1 14 RHSB0EMRG P12_7 15 GND - 16 RHSB0SI0 P12_3 17 RHSB0SON P13_2*1 18 RHSB0SI1 P12_1 19 RHSB0SOP P13_3*1 20 RHSB0CSD1 P12_5 Note 1: By default, these signals are not directly connected to the corresponding device pins. In order to use these signals for the RHSB I/F CN12 pins #17 and #19 must be connected to the device via 0Ohm resistances R104 and R105. In case of using the HS-SPI I/F (refer to section 6.5), it is recommended to not apply the latter resistances. This it to minimize signal disturbance. The signals assigned to CN12 pins #1, 3, 7, 9, 17 and 19 are by default not connected to a pin header in order to minimize disturbance on the signal. If needed the signals can be connected to CN6 (pins #6, 8, 10, 12, 40 and 42) via connecting with 0Ohm resistances R108 – R111 and R115 and R116. Please also consider above note 1. For details, please refer to Chapter 11 ‘Schematic’. 14 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 7 Other circuitry 7.1 Signalling for ERROROUT_M A red LED (LED4) is available two indicate a “low” output signal from ERROROUT_M. 7.2 Pin Headers for Pull-Down and Pull-Up A connector CN9 is available to enable easy connection to 3.3V / 5V or GND via pull-up or pull-down resistances, respectively. Hereby uneven pins from 1 to 19 (in total ten) are configured as pull-up pin headers, while the even numbers from 2 to 20 (in total ten) can be used for pull- down. JP25 and JP32 configure the voltage connected to the uneven pins to 3.3V or 5V. JP25 configures uneven pins 1 – 9 and JP32 configures uneven pins 11 – 19. By connecting device port pins from CN5 – 8 to CN9 it is therefore possible to pull a desired port pin to “Low” or “High”. 7.3 Signalling LEDs Eight LEDs are provided to allow visual observation of the output state of device pins. Device pins P33_0 to P33_7 are connected to the uneven pins 15 to 1 of the pin header CN4, while the LEDs 6 to 13 are connected to the even pins 16 to 2, respectively. Thus, the LEDs can be connected to the device port pins P33_0 to P33_7 via jumper at CN4 or to any device port pin by connecting directly to the even pin headers of CN4. 15 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 8 Jumper Configuration Jumper are available to configure the function of the board. This chapter describes the standard configuration, i.e. jumper setting for the intended devices, to enable basic operation. For a detailed explanation of the supported function of the used device, please refer to the corresponding HW user’s manual. Table 9 Recommended Jumper Settings Purpose Device Note 1): Optionally for the FCC1 device only. If any of the FCC1 specific features are used (e.g. ERAM, Aurora Trace ...) these jumpers needs to be set. Note 2): Optionally for the FCC1 device only, if Aurora Trace is used. Please refer to the user’s documentation of the used tool for dedicated requirement. The table has the following meaning: • o : Jumper must be connected. • o (opt): Recommended to be connected. Can be left open if not necessary for use case. • - : Jumper must be left open. • - (opt): Not mandatory to connect. Can be connected if necessary for use case. Jumper # RH850/E2M in BGA292 FCC1 for E2M E2M 5.0V Main 0 o o 3.3V Main*1) 1 o (opt) - (opt) 5.0V Analog Main 2 o o 3.3V Analog Main 3 - - E0VCC Config 4 #1-#2 only #1-#2 only E1VCC Config 5 #1-#2 #1-#2 E2VCC Config 6 #1-#2 #1-#2 LVDVCC Config 7 #1-#2 #1-#2 SYSVCC Config 8 #1-#2 #1-#2 VCC Config 9 #1-#2 #1-#2 EMUVCC*1) 10 #2-#3 only (opt) - A0VCC Config 11 #1-#2 only #1-#2 only A0VREFH Config 12 #1-#2 only #1-#2 only A2VCC Config 13 #1-#2 only #1-#2 only A2VREFH Config 14 #1-#2 only #1-#2 only ADSVCC 15 #1-#2 only #1-#2 only ADSVREFH 16 #1-#2 only #1-#2 only VDDIOF 17 #1-#2 #1-#2 Pin W3 Config 18 #2-#3 only #2-#3 only 1.25V Source 22 #1-#2 #1-#2 VDD 23 o o EMUVDD*1) 24 o (opt) - CN9 Pull-Up 1-9 25 - (opt) - (opt) MD0 Pull-Up 26 - (opt) - (opt) MD1 Pull-Up 27 - (opt) - (opt) EVTO Pull-Up 28 - (opt) - (opt) HS-SPI IC4 Config 29 - (opt) - (opt) Board_VCC Config 30 #1-#2 #1-#2 TRST Config 31 #2-#3 #2-#3 CN9 Pull-Up 11-19 32 - (opt) - (opt) ADSVREFL Pull-Down 33 o o AURORES Config*2) 34 #1-#2 (opt) #2-#3 only 16 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 • #x-#y: Connect the pins #x and #y for the standard configuration. Possible to configure depending on the use case and on the allowed specification of the used device. A small circle near the jumper on the board and a rectangular representation of the pin in the overview picture in sec. 2.1 identifies the #1 pin of the jumper. Figure 5 Identifying the Pin #1 f a Jumper In this example (JP30), the pin #1 is on the right side. The red arrow highlights the marking circle. 17 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 9 Precautions 9.1 Power-Off Sequence A dedicated sequence needs to be applied, when the power supplied to the board is turned off. Please follow below sequence: 1. At first press the reset push-button SW1 and keep the button pushed down (keep the Reset asserted) 2. Turn off the board power supply 3. After power supply is shut down, release the push-button SW1 9.2 Changed Pin Number on Jumper JP18 There are 2 versions of the pcb for Y-RH850-E2X-292PIN-PB-T1-V1: - The old version is marked EESS-0400-153-01 - The revised version is marked EESS-0400-153-02. In these boards the numbering on jumper JP18 has been changed. Numbering on EESS-0400-153-01: Pin 1 is LVDVCC Numbering on EESS-0400-153-02: Pin 1 is E0VCC This manual describes the settings for the new board EESS-0400-153-02. If you use the old board EESS-0400-153-01 you have to exchange pin 1 and pin 3 for all descriptions of JP18. 18 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 10 Mechanical dimensions All dimensions given in mm. Figure 6 Dimensions of the PiggyBack Board 19 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2020-05-12 Chapter 11 Schematic CAUTION: The schematics shown in this document are not intended to be used as a reference for mass production. Any usage in an application design is in sole responsibility of the customer. The following components described in the schematic are not provided with the board: • Oscillator OSC1 • Capacitors C29 and C33 • Resistances o R30, R35, R48 and R49 o R31, R50, R75, R76, R78, R108 – R116, R118 – R119 The following components described in the schematic are provided with but not mounted on the board: • Jumper • 20MHz crystal oscillator • Standard 4mm power lab sockets o CN22 o CN15, CN23 and CN24 20 R20UT4084ED0130 Rev. 1.3 2017-10-26 ABCDEF CR-1 : @RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1_LIB.RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1(SCH_1):PAGE1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Version Changes Date Component 2D6< IN AN00<3..0> AN00_<3..0> OUT 1C4< E0VCC 3.3V or 5V3 R83 49.9 7 3C3 n 7.4A2VREFH E1VCC2R84 49.9 n 7.423.3V or 5V3.3V or 5V E2VCCADSVCC ADSVCL 3.3V or 5V A8 3C3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V EMUVCC 1 R85 49.9 9 3C1A0VCC ADSVREFH 3.3V 3.3V or 5V EMUVDD 1.25V 0SYSVCC 3.3V or 5V AN20<3..0> 3.3V or 5V BC1n 7.4BI 3 4B6> 2B2< AURORES Place R79 R80 close to MCU pin 49.9 CAUTION! Dcrystal 1K0 2B3< X1_C 20 MHz provide additional NOT TO FIT / DO NOT BUY 3 3PJE1.25V 100n 100n 47n F EESS-0400-153-02 1.00 n 7.43.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V n 7.422p VCC_M_L 3.3V or 5V C25 C3 C13 A0VREFH 1.25V VCC 100n 100n100n100n 0 R86 49.9 0 4Cn 7.4A2VCC 3.3V or 5V VCC_M_L VDD 3.3V or 5V 49.9 THT 100-10006464 E0VCC 3.3V or 5V 100n 100n 100n 100n 3.3V or 5V 2D3< IN AN20_<3..0> OUT 1C4< 3R87 49.9 3 4C32 49.9 35Cn 7.421 49.9 10 49.9 n 7.40 5E8<> 5C1<> 2B8<> 4E4<> 4E2<> 5B1> 2D8<> 2D8<> 2D8<> 5B1> 4B1<> P21<5..2> 1C7<> 4E2<> 2D3< AN22<3..0> L FERVSDARAMSVCL R88 n 7.4R89 R90 4 5CC72 16C2 1A0 2J2 1B9 1J9 1B9 1C6 1U3 Y7 LIC1 M4 L14 K14K7 3 1A0 2K0 2D3 W4 P220n K2 J1 91D6 T] 0..1[CCV] 0..6[DDVC CV0A] 0..1[CCVSDAR4 ] 0..44[SSV0 2A4 C18 C36 C26 C CV2AH FERV0AH FERV2AL CVSDAH FERVSDA] 0..3[CCV0EC CV1EC CV2EC CVUME] 0..1[DDVUMEC CVDVLC CVSYSL CVSMAR2D1< IN AN21<3..0> AN21_<3..0> OUT 1C4< 1A3> 2D6< ININAN00_<3..0> AN01<3..0> AN00[3..0] AN01[3..0] P00[7..0] P00<7..0> BI2D4<> 5B1> 5B1> 5B1< 5B4> 5B4< 5B5< 5B5> 5C1<> 3R91 49.9 2 6Cn 7.43INININAN04<3..0> 5D1> INININAN05[3..0] AN20[3..0] INAN24[3..0] P21[5..2] P32[6..0] P32<6..0> RES_OUT ERROROUT_M XTAL LFERVSDAP12[9..0] P13[3..0] P14[7..0] ININP20[7..0] ININP22<13..0> P23[7..0] 2B3<> 5A5> 5A5< 5B1> 5B1< ININININOUT IN1C4< BI INININBI IN] 0..5[)CN(SSV2D1< 1C4< 2D1< INOUT X2_C 2D8< 5C1> 2D8< 5C3> 5C1> 2D8< 2B3> AN02<3..0> AN03<3..0> AN02[3..0] AN03[3..0] AN05<3..0> AN04[3..0] P01[7..3] P02[11..0] P11[10..0] P01<7..3> P02<11..0> BIBIBI2E4<> 5B3> 5C1<> 5C1<> 5C3<> 5C3<> 2D1<> 5C3<> 5A4< 5C3<> 5A4> 5B1> 5B3> 5B3< 5B3> 5C1<> 5C1<> 5C1<> 5C3<> BI2 237CBIAN21_<3..0> P14<7..0> BIBI2B6<> 5C1<> 5C3<> 5C3<> 5E1<> 5E5<> 12D3< AN25[3..0] P20<7..0> BIBIBIBIBIBIBIBI TODP0 2A2<> 5B6< 5B6<> 5B8< 5B8> 5B8< 5B8< 0 49.9 0 P34<4..0> 22p P10<8..0> P11<10..0> 100n 100n 100n P10[8..0] P22[13..0] 2A6<> 5B1> 5B3> 5B4< 5B4> 5E8<> 5F9<> R92 5C3> 5C3> 5C1> 2D6< 5D3> 2D6< P12<9..0> 2A8<> 5B1< 5B1< 5B3< 5B3< 5B3< 5B3< 5C1< 5C3< 5C3<> 5C3< 5C3< n 7.4AN06<3..0> 1B3> AN20_<3..0> AN06[3..0] P13<3..0> 2A6<> 5B1< 5B1< 5B1< 5B3< 5C1< 5C1< 5C1< 5C1< 5C3< 5C3< 5E8<> 5E1<> 5E5<> 1C3> 1D3> 2D1< 1E3> AN22_<3..0> AN23<3..0> AN24<3..0> AN21[3..0] AN22[3..0] AN23[3..0] 2D1< AN25<3..0> P15[8..0] P15<8..0> 2A3<> 5A4< 5B1> 5B3< 5B3> 5B3> 5B4> R93 49.9 4 7CP21<5..2> 1D9<> P23<7..0> 2B2<> 5B1> 5B1< 5B1> 5B1< 5B1< 5B3< 5B3< 5B6<> 5B8<> 2B3<> R94 57Cn 7.4P33[13..0] P33<13..0> 2D6<> 4B3<> 4B6<> 4F6< 5B3< 5B3> 5B5> 5B5< P34[4..0] 5B1< 5C1<> 5C1<> 5C3<> 5A1> 4B6> 4A9> 2B2< RES_IN T1 RES_IN RH850_e2x_292_fcc1_enp_socket 4B6> 4B6> 4B1> 4B6> 4B1> 4B6> 4B1> TRST TMS TCK R2P1P2 TRST TMS 4B6< 4B1< 4B6> 4B1> TDO TDI R1M5TCK TDO IN AN22_<3..0> 4B6<> 4B1<> 5A3> 2B3< DRDY NMI AN23_<2> 21 TDI DRDY NMI T2 RES_OUT ERROROUT_M OUT OUT2B2> 2B2> 4B6< 4D2< OUT R95 49.9 6 7Cn 7.434B6> 4B6> 4D4<> 4D4<> CICREFP CICREFN CICREFP MD0 MD1 MD1 2 BI N5 N4CICREFN MD0 X1 AURORES TODN0 G11 TODN0 G10 TODP0 BIBI 4 X2 J22R79 77CS SV0A5 100 R96 2 n 7.4EXTAL R80 3.3V Jumper so close as possible to S SV2AS SVSDAC N3 100 0 R98 49.9 97C0 n 7.449.9 8 7CNOT TO ASSEMBLE / NOT TO BUY SG8002CE-20MHz OSC1 R1 1 OE CLK 3 R38 0 GND VCC 2 X1 IN R97 n7.4AN23<2> OUT VDD C28 C30 C31 C32 C34 C35 10u 100n 100n 100n Size Document Number A2 C8 100n NOT TO FIT / DO NOT BUY R48 40.000 MHz + socket 18pF 0R49 0 C29 C33NOT TO FIT/ NOT TO BUY 1.25V VCC 3.3V or 5V E1VCC E2VCC SYSVCC A0VCC A2VCC A0VREFH A2VREFH ADSVCC ADSVCL EMUVCC EMUVDD ADSVREFH 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V C6 C41 C5 C11 C12 C20 C22 C2 C1 C9C7C4 C10 C14 C15 C70 C71 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n 100n Electronics Europe GmbH Title rh850_e2x_292pin_pb_t1_v1 Date: Fri Jul 14 14:01:31 2017 PAGE 1 OF 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ABCDEF CR-2 : @RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1_LIB.RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1(SCH_1):PAGE2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ARAMSVCL header 54way 3.3V or 5V header 54way CN6CN5 P10<8..0> 5B8< 5B8< 5B8< 5B8> 5B6<> 5B6< 4E4<> 1C7<> P20<7..0> 761 3 1 32 42 5564 BI5F9<> 5E8<> 5B4< 5B4> 5B3> 5B1> 1C7<> BI 1 1 2 2 345678910BI INOUT 131211IN OUT IN 5C3< 5C3< 5C1< 5C1< 5C1< 5C1< 5B3< 5B1< 5B1< 5B1< 1C7<> 5E8<> P12<9..0> 1112131415161C7<> 5B1< 5B1< 5B3< 5B3< 5B3< 5B3< 5C1< 5C3<> 5C3< 5C3< 5C3< 65433 4 171819202122232410987658BI 8P15<8..0> 71C7<> 2B8<> 5A4< 5B1> 5B3> 5B3< 5B3> 5B4> 75 66 3S_P10<8..0> 25F8<> 78651321 4B6> 1D4< 5A1> 4B6> 4B1<> 4A9> 1C4< 4B6< 1D7> IN OUT AURORES RES_IN 9101112131415161718540S_P20<7..0> 5S_P21<5..2> 4 4E4<> 4E2<> 1920409108 9 7 8 736212225B3< 5B3< 5B1< 5B1< 5B1> 5B1< 5B1> 5B8<> 5B1> 1C7<> 5B6<> BI P22<13..0> 23242105252642526272827282930P23<7..0> 293031323132333433343536735363738373839403940441 42 1 41 42 B036210 CCN8 CN7 IN AN22<3..0> 1D1< 1E1< 1C7<> 5B1< 5B1> 5C1<> 5C1<> 5C3<> IN AN24<3..0> 1C4< 32011C7<> 10235 6 7 8 BI 7 8 9 10 4 9 10 11 12 11 12 BI 13 14 P11<10..0> BI 4BI 0S_P13<3..0> 1BI5E1<> 5E5<> 253673P15<8..0> 2BI 1C7<> 2A3<> 5A4< 5B1> 5B3> 5B3< 5B3> 5B4> 6P32<6..0> 51C7<> 2D8<> 5A5> 5A5< 5B1> 5B1< 1 43 53 54 ADSVCLIN IN AN23_<2> DBI P00<7..0> 1C7<> 5B1> 5B1< 5B1> 5B4> 5B4< 5B5> 5B5< 5C1<> 1C4< 5C1> 1C4< P01<7..3> BI 1C7<> 5B3> 5C1<> 5C1<> 5C3<> 5C3<> 53 54 53 54 EF EESS-0400-153-02 1.00 13 14 15 16 15 16 17 18 BI 17 18 19 20 19 20 21 22 RES_OUT 21 22 23 24 4D2< 1D7> ERROROUT_M 23 25 24 26 X1_C X2_C 27 28 NMI 29 30 31 32 1E4< 1E4> 1D4< 5A3> BI 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 5F1<> 5E5<> BI S_P14<7..0> 5 433 34 35 36 35 36 37 38 5E5<> 5E1<> 5C3<> 5C3<> 5C1<> 5C1<> 1C7<> P14<7..0> 37 39 2 0AN20<3..0> 11B1< 230230120 376543210765453 54 3 38 3 40 39 40 41 42 41 42 44 43 45 44 44 43 45 43 44 46 47 49 43 45 46 48 46 47 48 BI 47 46 49 45 47 48 48 50 0 51 49 50 51 52 53 54 50 49 50 52 52 53 54 51 53 51 52 53 54 54 header 54way header 54way 061524332110001122330112233041526370819210 3 112 1 1 2 2 5B5< 5B5> 5B3> 5B3< 4F6< 4B6<> 4B3<> 2D8<> 1C7<> BI P33<13..0> 87 1 3 5 1 352 464 6 2 P32<6..0> 1BI1C7<> 2B3<> 5A5> 5A5< 5B1> 5B1< 1C1< AN21<3..0> 3 344 5678IN1E3> 1C4< AN23<3..0> 910111213141516IN7 788 910111213141516171805 6 7 8 9 11 10 12 13P33<13..0> BI1C7<> 2D6<> 4B3<> 4B6<> 4F6< 5B3< 5B3> 5B5> 5B5< 1110919201C4< AN25<3..0> 171819202122ININ21222324BI 2526232427285C1<> 5B3> 5B3< 5C3<> 5B3> 5C3<> 5B1> 5C3<> 5A4< 5C1<> 5A4> 1C7<> 5C1<> P02<11..0> 2526272829303132BI 33343536373841 42 394041 42 IN 1A1< IN AN00<3..0> 293031323334353637383940129 10 13 14 0 11 12 15 16 13 14 17 18 15 16 AN22_<1> 19 20 0P34<4..0> 317 18 19 20 5D3> 5D1> 1C4< AN06<3..0> 21 23 22 124 221 22 25 26 3 23 24 27 28 425 26 27 28 5C3> 5C3> 5C1> 1C4< AN05<3..0> 29 31 30 32 0AN04<3..0> 1IN1C4< 5C1> 5C3> 29 30 33 34 231 32 35 36 333 34 35 36 37 39 38 40 0AN03<3..0> 1IN 37 38 41 42 239 40 341 42 43 45 44 44 1C4< IN AN01<3..0> 01IN 23 Size Document Number A2 43 45 47 43 44 45 46 44 46 48 AN02<3..0> 47 43 45 46 47 48 46 47 48 50 48 49 51 49 50 51 52 50 52 49 51 49 50 51 52 52 Electronics Europe GmbH Title rh850_e2x_292pin_pb_t1_v1 Date: Fri Jul 14 14:01:34 2017 PAGE 2 OF 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ABCDEF CR-3 : @RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1_LIB.RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1(SCH_1):PAGE3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 VOLTAGE REGULATOR VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION P5V0 5.0V P3V3 3.3V AJP30 1 231 23BOARD_VCC 3.3V or 5V 3.3V P5V0 P5V0 5.0V A5V0 5.0V A3V3 3.3V VDD_reg 1.25V R33 0 LED5 u 22TR9 E2VCC 4.7u R32 B0 K 003P3V3 5.0V 5V0 5.0V 3V3 3.3V P3V3 3.3V VDD_reg VDDs 1.25V1.25V VDD 1 JP0 21 2 1 JP2 21 2 IN_1v2 1.25V 1.25V 1 JP23 21 2 C65 1 JP1 21 2 JP4 3.3V or 5V 21 1231 JP24 21 2 C66 JP5 1A0VREFH JP12 3.3V or 5V 3 C 1 B 2E2312JP6 3.3V or 5V 1 3A2VCC 3.3V or 5V Default 1.28V (comb.to 453K) 1u EN5322 IC19 E0VCC 1 JP3 2 A0VCC JP22 1 1 20 51VS_adj<2..0> 18PVIN[2..1] ENABLE 3.3V or 5V 3VS[2..0] 21 16 NC[5..1] AVIN C51 1u1 2C52 3JP13 23123JP14 3.3V or 5V 1233.3V or 5V 1233.3V or 5V 1 EMUVCC 234.7u 1 C25V0 3header 3way long jumper 2.54mm 1 23GND 1 2header 20way 1 23121K0 D1K0 TO BE PRINTED ON PCB 1 2ETO BE PRINTED ON PCB 1.25V 1 2DO NOT FIT / TO DELIVER WITH THE BOARD F Size A2 Document EESS-0400-153-02 Number 1.00 ] 1..4[DNGPVOUT[4..1] 5 2R23EMUVDD 1.25V u 15 11231231231 231K0 4 41C8 41C1JP11 2D NGAVSENSE VFB POK 131417 K 04331R30 R36 23R35 R28 1 23JP7 C47 JP8 C48 JP9 C49 JP10 C50 1 231 231 2R43 3R45 C23 2526C44 C45 1 231231231231 2311 13 15 17 19 1 3 5 7 9 1 23NXP_BC847C 1231231231 231 2 345678910111213141516171819202 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 1u VDDs E1VCC 4.7u 1.25V STD POWER LAB SOCKET 4MM RED DO NOT FIT / TO DELIVER WITH THE BOARD 1SMA5914BT3G_3.6V 1 1R3 1R4 2R3 21C8 21CJP25 3.3V or 5V GREEN K 01K 01K 01TH_PAD1 TH_PAD2 u 2210K R8 5.0V P3V3 u 01adjustable set K 65Y UBT ONO D/ T IFT ONO D1u 1u1u1u1uCN22 R6 C19 LED3 R5 C16 LED2C17 0 0 R36 R28 R30 R35 Fit Fit Not Fit 1.05V Not Fit Not Fit Fit LVDVCC C57 3.3V or 5V 4.7u A2VREFH C58 SYSVCC 3.3V or 5V 4.7u ADSVCCJP15 C63VCC 4.7u JP16 ADSVREFH 3.3V or 5V C64 LVDVCC 3.3V or 5V3.3V or 5V VCC_M_LE0VCC 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 1u JP18 POWER SUPPLY 5.0V 3V3 3.3V PULL Connector UP PULL DOWN VDDIOF 3.3V or 5V JP17 C24 1u TO BE PRINTED ON PCB STD POWER LAB SOCKET 4MM BLACK 1 231 2DO NOT FIT / TO DELIVER WITH THE BOARD 3TO BE PRINTED ON PCB P5V0 JP32 CN9 R39 1K0 1K0 R40 1K0 1K0 R44 5.0V R41 1K0 1K0 R21K0 1K0 R18 R41K0 1K0 R19 STD POWER LAB SOCKET 4MM RED CN15 DO NOT FIT / TO DELIVER WITH THE BOARD R12 1K0 R20 R14 1K0 1K0 R21 R16 1K0 R22 1K0 R42 1K0 R46 D4 100U STD POWER LAB SOCKET 4MM RED 100U Fri Jul 14 14:01:32 2017 PAGE 3 OF 5 1SMA5919BT3G_5.6V 0 511K0 D2 100U R17 R23 PULL_UP PULL_Down 3.3V GREEN 3.3V CN23CN24 1 5GREEN IN_1v2 1.25V Electronics Europe GmbH Title rh850_e2x_292pin_pb_t1_v1 Date: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ABCDEF CR-4 : @RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1_LIB.RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1(SCH_1):PAGE4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DEBUG AND PROGRAMMING INTERFACE Aurora I/F SYSVCC PUSH BUTTON FOR RESET BOARD_VCC BOARD_VCC SYSVCC 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V Min VCC 5ms up to from resetz up AR125 VCC E0VCC R10 0 K13.3V or 5V 3.3V or 5V R47 header JP31 3way long jumper 2.54mm 1 2 K223VCC 3.3V or 5V K 01TLC7701ID 1 23R37 K 01header 2way long jumper 2.54mm ASP-137973-01 1 32 7IC3 6 5SN74LVC1G125DCK IC2 RESET_IN C42 SW1 4 9 9 C21 WDTDIS BETK-BREQ ETK-BGNT AURORES R123 header 3way long jumper 2.54mm 10K 1 3 3 2310K CONTROL RESET EVTO-PU CTRESET_Z* RESIN* SENSE C CVD NG12 3OEZ VCC5 A GND Y 45A1> 4B1<> 1C4< 2B2< 4B6> 8 TRST 1C4< 4B1> 4B6> R106 1 B C R124 10K TR12 C 1 B NXP_BC847C 2E2ECSignalling for ERROROUT LED7 LED8 LED9 R73 3 TR4 C 10K IN 1 B R71 2EDK 651K0 2B3<> IN 1 B RES_IN 1 JP28 2 TRST S_P20<7..0> CN10 OUT 21 BI TODP0 BI 1 1 2 2 345678TCK OUT OUT 91011121314HEADER 14WAY SHROUDED BOARD_VCC470n 3.3V or 5V OUT IN OUT 1516BI 1718192021222324OUT 100n 252627282930TODN0 3 4 1D4< 4B1> 4B6> 1D4< OUT TCK OUT RES_IN OUTOUT 313233] 0..1[DNG11 13 1 3 5 7 9 34BI 3 C EBI S_P21<5..2> 2EP20<7..0> ERF8-005-05.0-L-DV-L-TR 0 P21<5..2> 1 2 345678HSIF0_RXDP 9101112F EESS-0400-153-02 Fri Jul 14 14:01:33 2017 PAGE 4 OF 5 1.00 CN25 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 5 6 NC 7 8 5B5> 5B3< 4F6< 2D8<> 1C7<> 2D6<> 4B6<> 5B5< 2B3<> 1C7<> 2A2<> 5B6< 5B6<> 5B8< 5B8< 5B8< 5B8> TMS TDI TDO 1C4< 4B1> 1D4< 4B1> 1D4> 4B1< NCR15 ERROROUT_M 4F7> Port0 PUSH BUTTON 4 PIN SMD 23 NC 9 10 4B6< 1D4> 4B6> 1D4< 4B6> 1C4< INOUT OUT MODE0 BI BIBI TDO TDI 1 2 3 4 5 6 MD0 R34 0 7 8 4B6<> 11 12 MODE0 NCDRDY 9 10 11 12 13 14 NCNCNCR77 K 01RES_OUT 1D7> 2B2> SYSVCC B Port3Port6 Port7 4 423 MODE1 BI 4B6<> 13 14 P33<13..0> 4B3<> 1C7<> 5B3< 5B5< 2D6<> 5B5> 2D8<> 4B3<> 4F6< 5B3> MODE1 BI 4B3<> NCCICREFN 1D4< NCNC DRDY 1D4<> 4B1<> BI BITMS EVTO P33<13..0> 15 16 8 BI 1D4<> 4B6<> 17 19 18 20 EVTI EVTO 5B3> 21 22 23 24 RES_IN 1C4< 2B2< 4A9> 4B1<> 5A1> 25 26 27 28 CICREFP 1D4< R29 R3 29 30 K 01K 0131 32 33 34 IN 1 23BOARD_VCC 3.3V or 5V VDDs 1.25V R82 10K JP34 TRST AURORES R99 OUT OUT 1C4< 1D4< 4B1> 2B2< 4B6> TR10 10K NXP_BC847C R81 K 65BOARD_VCC 3.3V or 5V BOARD_VCC 3.3V or 5V MODE Jumper LED6yellow yellow yellow yellow K 65R55 R61 R67 2B2> 1D7> IN R26 E10K 1 2PB709ART 3.3V or 5V 5 K1TR11TR1R57 TR2 R63 TR3 LED4R65red R59R27 0 51BOARD_VCC 3.3V or 5V LED10LED11LED12yellow R56 R62 R68 5K110K TR5 NXP_BC847C 5K1TR6 R64 TR7 R60 K 65LED - P33<7..0> 4D5< 4E7< 4E8< 5K15K1C 10K NXP_BC847C 10K NXP_BC847C NXP_BC847C K65K65K 65yellow yellow 5K15K1NXP_BC847C 10K NXP_BC847C R78 3 3 3 IN R51 C 1 B NXP_BC847C C IN Port1 1 B 1 2223 3 3 1 1 1 2K 65IN Port2 B C R69 EEER53 LED13R74 IN Port4 R52 B C IN Port5 B C IN B C R70 TR8 R54 E2E2ER72 1D9<> 1C7<> CN11 5 11 12 IN 15 13 11 9 7 Port0 16 14 12 10 8 OUT OUT OUT OUT OUT 5 3 1 6 Port6 4 Port7 2 10K R71K0 2 JP26 2 1 1 MD0 BI 1D4<> R9 2 JP27 2 1 1 MD1 1D4<> yellow r otcennoc5K1BI Only fit if the signal is to go to the connector e hto to go ts il angise htf it ify lnOBI 4F7> R58 10K 10K NXP_BC847C 5 0R31 23000 R50 R75 RHSIF I/F 0 R76 R66 K 65K 65BI HSIF0_TXDP HSIF0_TXDN 1 2 3 4 HSIF0_RXDN 5 7 6 8 HSIF0_REFCLK 0 9 10 5B5< 5B3< 5B3> 4B6<> 4B3<> 2D8<> 2D6<> 1C7<> 5B5> P33<13..0> 01234567 15 16 13 14 11 12 9 10 7 8 5 6 3 4 1 2 Port1 Port2 Port3 4D6< 4D7< Port4 Port5 OUT 4D8< 4E5< 4E6< OUT OUT CN4 header 16way Size Document Number A2 Electronics Europe GmbH Title rh850_e2x_292pin_pb_t1_v1 Date: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ABCDEF CR-5 : @RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1_LIB.RH850_E2X_292PIN_PB_T1_V1(SCH_1):PAGE5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 CONNECT TO MAIN BOARD CONNECTOR1 P5V0 5.0V P5V0 5.0V CONNECTOR2 CONNECTOR3 AQSH-060-01-F-D-A VDDA VDDA FLX0TX11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 1 3 5 7 9 CN1 1 35791113152 468101214162 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 QTH-060-01-F-D-A QSH-060-01-F-D-A VDDA 4B1<> 4A9> 2B2< 1C4< 4B6> OUT RES_IN NC RESETRESET VDDA NMI - INT1 INT3 1718192021222324IIC0SDA 25262728293031323334353637383940414243444546474849505152ETH0MDC 535455565758596011 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 1 3 5 7 9 CN2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 CN3 NMI NC OUT 1D4< 2B3< P02<0> 1 2 CAN3TX P32<6> 34CAN3RX P15<8> 56NC NC NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCIN OUT NCNCNCINNCNC NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCIN NCNCNCNCP20<3> NCNCNCNCNCNCBNCNCNCNCNCNCFIDUCIAL_1MM NCNCNCNCFIDUCIAL_1MM NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCFIDUCIAL_1MM NCNC6162NCNCFIDUCIAL_1MM 636465666768_NCNC6970_7172_ NCNCNCNC73747576777879808182NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCGND-TESTPOINT NC838485868788899091929394BI 9596979899100101 102 2D1<> 1C7<> 2D1<> 1C7<> INOUT P02<2> NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNC_ NCNCNCNCCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNC______OUT NCNCNCCAN2TX 1C7<> 2B3<> 2D8<> OUT 2B8<> 2A3<> 1C7<> INOUT P15<7> CAN2RX 78CAN5RX -1 1 2 2 - -34--56--78-OUT INOUT - --103 104 __-105 106 __ -107 108 __-109 110 __-111 112 113 114 AN06<1> ___P32<4> NC--115 116 __-117 118 _ _-119 120 _-121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 DECLKP HSPI TXDN 0 01F EESS-0400-153-02 1.00 IN OUT 1C7<> 2B3<> 2D8<> 3 4 6 5F9<> 2B8<> 5E8<> 2A3<> 2A6<> 1C7<> 1C7<> OUTP15<3> P10<4> WAKE INT0 INT2 P15<6> P10<8> -2B8<> 2A3<> 1C7<> CAN4TX 1C7<> 2A3<> 2B8<> 1C7<> 5E8<> 2A6<> 5F9<> P10<5> P10<6> CAN4RX LIN2TX LIN2RX CAN5TX NC5 910LIN3TX -9101112LIN3RX -1112-UART0TX 2D4<> 1C7<> P00<5> 1314LIN5TX 15161718- 1314-151617181920192021222324IN2122-23242526-25262728-27282D1<> 1C7<> P02<9> 293031324E4<> 2A2<> 1C7<> BI2930-31323334-33343536-35363738-3738FLXSTPWT 394041422B2<> 1C7<> BI DIGIO 3940-4142FLX1EN 4344-43444546-4546-4748-47484950-4950515251525354-53545556-55565758-57585960-5960ETH0TXER 6162636465666768-6162-6364-6566-6768GND TEST POINT -6970-69707172-71727374-7374-7576-7576-_ 7778-7778--79808182NC-7980-8182BI BIBIBIBI7 8 5F9<> 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> 2B2<> 1C7<> 2B2<> 1C7<> INP22<11> - UART1TX P02<1> 5F9<> 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> P00<4> UART1RX P00<0> P00<1> P33<9> 1C7<> 2D4<> 1C7<> 2D4<> 9 11 10 12 CSIH0TCSS0 P20<2> NC1C7<> 2A2<> 4E4<> 13 14 NC5C1<> 2D8<> 1C7<> 5C3<> 2D8<> 1C7<> OUT INOUT NC83848384858685868788878889908990919291929394939495969596979897989910099100101 102 101 102 103 104 103 104 OUT 105 106 105 106 107 108 107 108 109 110 109 110 OUT 111 112 111 112 113 114 113 114 115 116 115 116 117 118 117 118 _119 120 _-119 120 124121 122 123 125 126 127 128 1C7<> 2A6<> 5B1> 5B3> 5B4> 5B4< 5F9<> 1C7<> 2A6<> 5B1< 5B1< 5B1< 5B3< 5C1< 5C1< 5C1< 5C1< 5C3< 5C3< 4 7P22<12> P34<0> P34<2> UART0RX LIN0TX LIN0RX P02<4> 1C7<> 2D1<> 5B1< 2D4<> 1C7<> LIN4TX LIN1TX LIN1RX NCNCNCNC SENT0IN P02<5> 1C7<> 2D1<> NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCP11<3> 1C7<> 2A8<> NCNCNCETH0RXCLK NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCP02<3> P02<10> IN P33<12> P33<10> OUT IN 1C7<> 2D1<> 1C7<> 2D6<> 2D8<> 4B3<> 4B6<> 4F6< IN 1C7<> 2D6<> 2D8<> 4B3<> 4B6<> 4F6< 1C7<> 2D6<> 2D8<> 4B3<> 4B6<> 4F6< OUT 1C7<> 2D1<> 1C7<> 2D1<> INOUT LIN4RX LIN6TX OUT 1C7<> 2D6<> 2D8<> 4B3<> 4B6<> 4F6< LIN6RX INOUT OUT OUT OUT INOUT INOUT ININININININININ 5E5<> 5E1<> 2B6<> 1C7<> BIP14<3> P14<7> BI 1C7<> 2B6<> 5E1<> 5E5<> LIN5RX LIN7TX LIN7RX P33<8> NCNCNC--------- 15 17 19 16 18 20 ---IIC0SDL IIC1SDL 2D8<> 2B3<> 1C7<> P32<1> CAN0TX IIC1SDA CAN1TX NCP15<2> 1C7<> PSI50Rx LIN8TX LIN8RX LIN10TX LIN14TX LIN9TX LIN9RX LIN11TX NCNCLIN11RX LIN13TX LIN13RX LIN15TX 4E4<> 2A2<> 1C7<> P20<4> CSIH0TCSS1 21 23 22 24 CSIH0TCSS2 -2D8<> 2B3<> 1C7<> 2D4<> 1C7<> NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCP12<0> 1C7<> 2A6<> 5E8<> NCNCNCNCP20<5> 1C7<> 2A2<> 4E4<> P32<0> P00<2> CAN0RX CAN1RX SENT1IN P15<1> P01<4> IN OUT OUT 2A3<> 2B8<> 1C7<> 2A3<> 2B8<> LIN10RX 25 1C7<> 2E4<> LIN12TX 2D4<> 1C7<> P00<3> SENT0OUT SENT1OUT LIN12RX 27 CSIH0TSCK 29 31 26 28 30 32 DIGIO CSIH0TSO CSIH0TSI -P22<0> P20<6> P20<7> BI 1C7<> 2B2<> IN OUT1C7<> 2A2<> 4E4<> -----------NCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCNCBINC OUT NCNC1C4< 2D6< NC NC NC NC 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 A1_N S_P10<8..0> P10<8..0> 1C7<> 2A6<> Only fit if the signal is to go to the connector Resistors near MCU PIN Size Document Number A2 FIDUCIALS 5B4< 2D4<> 1C7<> OUT IN2B2<> 1C7<> P00<4> PSI50Tx P22<9> PSI50Snyc PSI51Rx PSI51Tx NC NCNCIN LIN14RX LIN15RX 33 34 35 36 TOP PSI51Sync FLX0EN P22<6> _FLX0RX MLBRESET NCIN_- CAN6TX CAN6RX CAN7RX BOTTOM - --------------_-_-_ -_-_ ---RUBBER FEET ----OUT -----121 122 121 123 122 124 123 125 124 126 125 127 126 128 127 128 38 NC__P22<3> 37 1TP11 1TP12 _CAN7TX __1TP14 ___1 TP15__1TP5 __1TP6 __1TP7 __1TP8 _NC 1TP9 1 TP10 MP1 MP2 128 MP6 15214 139 122140 2B2<> 1C7<> 2B2<> 1C7<> P22<4> P22<1> P22<2> FLX1TX FLX1RX 1C7<> 2B2<> _39 MLBSIG ___________________SEL MLBCLK 41 42 1C4< 2D8< 2D6< 1C4< P22<5> 1C7<> 2B2<> 2B2<> 1C7<> FLX MLBDAT 43 44 45 46 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> P12<7> EH0TXD2 - _ 47 48 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> P12<3> ETH0MDIO NC 49 50 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> P12<5> P11<6> ETH0RXD0 ETH0RXD1 EH0TXD0 EH0TXD1 P11<7> P11<9> INININ1C7<> 2A8<> 1C7<> 2A8<> ININ1C7<> 2A8<> ININ1C7<> 2A8<> NC INININ 1C7<> 2A6<> 5E8<> 1C7<> 2A6<> 5E8<> BIBIBIBIBI NC NCNC- 51 53 52 54 2A8<> 1C7<> 2A8<> 1C7<> P11<10> ETH0RXD2 ETH0RXD3 EH0TXD3 P11<1> 55 56 57 58 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> P12<2> P12<6> P11<8> ETH0RXER ETH0RXDV USB0UDPF DIGIO_2 VDDB VDDB 101 103 105 107 109 111 113 115 117 119 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98 100 102 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 P11<2> P12<4> P12<8> NC 59 60 ETH0TXCLK P11<4> 1C7<> 2A8<> 2A8<> 1C7<> P11<0> 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> 5E8<> 2A6<> 1C7<> USB0UDPH DIGIO_1 DIGIO_9 DIGIO_11 101 103 105 107 109 111 113 115 117 119 61 63 65 67 69 71 73 75 77 79 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 62 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 94 96 98 100 102 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 61 62 IN P12<9> ETH0CRSDV P12<1> ETH0RESET ETH0TXEN 1C7<> 2A8<> ETH0COL IN ETH0LINK 63 64 65 66 67 68 - USB0UDMF -- -USB0UDMH NCNCNCNC69 70 NCDIGIO_0 P01<3> DIGIO_3 P01<6> DIGIO_4 DIGIO_5 DIGIO_6 DIGIO_8DIGIO_10 BI NC DIGIO_15 NCNC BIBIMUX1 NCADC3 ADC5 - BI BI B0_N B1_N C0_N C1_N 71 72 GND-TESTPOINT 73 74 _ 75 76 GND-TESTPOINT GND-TESTPOINT GND-TESTPOINT HS-SPI CLKN NC 77 78 NC- 79 80 81 82 2D4<> 1C7<> 2E4<> 1C7<> P00<7> P01<5> P01<7> 1C7<> 2E4<> 1C7<> 2E4<> 2E4<> 1C7<> 83 84 85 86 88 2D1<> 1C7<> 2D1<> 1C7<> P02<6> P02<8> DIGIO_7 P02<7> 1C7<> 2D1<> 87 89 90 GND-TESTPOINT 91 92 2D1<> 1C7<> 5E5<> 5E1<> 2B6<> 1C7<> P02<11> P14<0> DIGIO_12 P11<5> DIGIO_13 P14<1> BI 1C7<> 2A8<> 1C7<> 2B6<> 5E1<> 5E5<> 93 94 95 96 DIGIO_14 98 5B1< 2D8<> 1C7<> P34<0> P34<1> -MUX0 -P34<2> BI 1C7<> 2D8<> 5B1> NC 2D8<> 1C7<> -97 99 100 NC NC 101 102 NC MUX2 2D8< 1C4< ADC0 AN04<0> NCNC 103 104 NC AN03<1> 2D8< 1C4< VDDIOF 2D6< 1C4< AN04<2> AN05<1> AN06<0> ADC2 ADC4 ADC6 VDDIOF ADC1 ADC7 AN05<0> AN05<3> OUT OUT OUT NC 105 106 NC 1C4< 2D6< 1C4< 2D6< VDDIOF OUT NC NCNC_ NC NC 107 108 NC NC 109 110 NC BLACK NC 111 112 NC NC NC NC 113 114 NC P3V3 3.3V 3.3V or 5V VDDB VDDB VDDIOF 3.3V or 5V P3V3 3.3V NC NC NC NC 115 116 NC NC NC 117 118 NC BLACK BLACK S_P13<3..0> S_P13<3..0> RHSB_P13<3..0> Only fit if the signal is to go to the connector 0 3V3 3.3V BI BIP13<3..0>5 BI CBTL02043A BI BI BI BI Only fit if the signal is to go to the connector 21 22 2 3119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 BLACK MP3 127 BLACK MP4 BLACK MP5 Only fit if the signal is to go to the connector BI 2B8<> 5E1<> RHSB Interface 5E5<> 2B8<> BI 5E6<> BI 32 0 R104 R105 00 R115 3R116 2 0 1 0 0 R112 R113P13<3..0> BI 1C7<> 5E1<> 5E8<> S_P14<7..0> 2B5<> 5F1<> P13<3..0> 1C7<> 5E1<> 5E5<> Only fit if the signal is to go to the connector 5E5<> 1C7<> 5E8<> ERF8-005-05.0-L-DV-L-TR CN13 0 0 R118R119 4 P10<8..0>15C3<> 5C3<> 1 P14<7..0> 0 1 3 1 32 42 4 A0_P A0_N 356IC4 P14<7..0> 5C3<> 1C7<> 5C1<> 5E1<> 5C3<> 2B6<> 5C1<> 5E5<> 2 78SSL_SSLI 9104 5E2<> BI RHSB_P13<3..0> 201R0 01780215 P12<9..0> 2B6<> 5C1<> 1C7<> 5C1<> 5 6 7 8 A1_P A0_P A0_N ] 1..3[DDV03 5E5<> 2B5<> S_P14<7..0>1112R117 2 0 R114 GB0_P 1918 179 10 1611 12 XSD 32SEL TXDP TXDN 32A1_P B1_P RXDP A1_N RXDN ]1..3[DN4 ERF8-010-05.0-L-DV-L-TR 5CN12 40 012 3 01R1 3 1 32 4BI 061 JP29 0 01R0 0121 2 4 330 0121 EXP_GND 5 3 2 0 1 7C0_P RXDP RXDN C1_P TXDP 5 7 579686 9 108 10 6 2A8<> 5E8<> 5B4< 5B1> 5B3> 5B4> 1 01R11 13 1113 1214 12 14 15 17 19 15 17 19 16 22 16 R108 318 20 0R111 0 Resistors near MCU PIN Fri Jul 14 14:01:33 2017 PAGE 5 OF 5 18 320R109 220 10 0 R110 1 Electronics Europe GmbH Title rh850_e2x_292pin_pb_t1_v1 Date: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Chapter 12 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