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Mod5282 Hardware Design Notes

Application Note

Revision 1.0
January 27, 2004
Document Status: Release

Table of Contents
Introduction......................................................................................................................... 3
Interrupt Signals.................................................................................................................. 3
QSPI.................................................................................................................................... 3
Analog to Digital Inputs...................................................................................................... 4
Chip Selects ........................................................................................................................ 4
Reset Signals....................................................................................................................... 4
Bus Control Signals ............................................................................................................ 5
TIP Signal and External Data Bus Connections ............................................................. 5
System Clock Signal ........................................................................................................... 6
UARTS ............................................................................................................................... 6
CAN Interface..................................................................................................................... 6

Introduction
This document provides hardware design information, tips and guidelines for using the Mod5282 with
external hardware. This document uses the following terminology:
Output: indicates an output from the microprocessor. Please reference the electrical characteristics for the
specific signal in the Motorola ColdFire 5282 Users Manual.
Input: indicates an input to the Mod5282. Most inputs will have a pull-up resistor as indicated.
Asserted: The asserted state of a signal depends upon the signal description. If a signal is active low as
defined by the * character preceding the signal name, then the asserted state is low. If a signal is active
high, then the asserted state is high.
Negated: The negated state of a signal depends upon the signal description. If a signal is active low as
defined by the * character preceding the signal name, then the negated state is high. If a signal is active
high, then the negated state is low.

Interrupt Signals
Four interrupt signals are available on connector J2: *IRQ1, *IRQ3, *IRQ5 and *IRQ7. These signals are
inputs pulled to 3.3V through individual 4.7K resistors.

QSPI
The QSPI signals are configured as show in the table below.
Signal
SPI_CLK
SPI_DIN
SPI_DOUT
*SPI_CS0
*SPI_CS1
*SPI_CS2
*SPI_CS3

Description
Output. Serial clock
Floating Input. Serial data input
Output. Serial data output.
Output. Peripheral chip select.
Output. Peripheral chip select.
Output. Peripheral chip select.
Output. Peripheral chip select.

Analog to Digital Inputs


The Mod5282 has 8 ADC inputs. These signals go direct to the processor there is no filtering circuitry on
the module. The ADVCC reference input signal on the Mod5282 is tied to 3 inputs on the processor:
VDDH, VDDA and VRH as shown below. Note that the diagram below shows the circuitry on the
Mod5282, not the development board.
If you do not connect a reference voltage to ADVCC, then the reference will run from the 3.3V rail through
the diode. Alternatively, you can connect your own reference of up to 5VDC to ADVCC.

ADVCC

VCC3V
CR1
DIODE

+
C12
0.1uf

C32
10uF

GND

GND

AN0
AN1
AN2
AN3
AN5 2
AN5 3
AN5 5
AN5 6

GND
GND

P2
R5
P4
T5
T3
R2
T2
R1
R4
T4
P3
R3
P5
T1

VDDH
VDDA
VRH
VRL
AN0
AN1
AN2
AN3
AN5 2
AN5 3
AN5 5
AN5 6
VSSA
VSSA

ColdFire
5282

Chip Selects
The chip selects *CS1, *CS2 and *CS3 are outputs.

Reset Signals
Signal
*RSTI

Description
Reset Input

*RST0

Reset Output

Implementation
Input with 4.7k pull-up to 3.3V. Asserted to enter reset
exception processing.
Output from processor. Automatically asserted with
*RSTI. Negation indicates that the PLL has regained its
lock.

Bus Control Signals


Signal
R/*W

Description
Read/Write

*OE

Output Enable

*BS2, *BS3
*TIP

Byte strobes
Transfer in Progress

*TA

Transfer Ack

*TEA

Transfer Error Ack

Implementation
Output. Indicates the direction of the data transfer on the
bus.
Output. Indicates when an external device can drive data
on the bus.
Output. Defines the byte lane of data on the data bus.
Output. Asserted to indicate a bus transfer is in progress.
Negated during idle bus cycles.
Input with 4.7k pull-up to 3.3V. Indicates that the
external data transfer is complete and should be asserted
for one clock.
Input with 4.7k pull-up to 3.3V. Indicates than an error
condition exists for the bus transfer.

TIP Signal and External Data Bus Connections


The *TIP signal can used to control an external data bus buffer for the data bus signals. An example circuit
design can be found on the Module Development Board schematic. An external data bus buffer is
recommended for any designs that use data bus signals D16 - D31
VCC3V

42
D31
D29
D30
D27
D28
D25
D26
D23

2
3
5
6
8
9
11
12

VCC3V

31

V+ V+ G
Y1
DIR
Y2
Y3
A1
Y4
A2
Y5
A3
Y6
A4
Y7
A5
Y8
A6
A7
A8
U9A
PI74LPT16245

7
48
1
47
46
44
43
41
40
38
37

TIP
R/W
DB31
DB29
DB30
DB27
DB28
DB25
DB26
DB23

D24
D21
D22
D19
D20
D17
D18
D16

13
14
16
17
19
20
22
23

18

V+ V+ G
Y1
DIR
Y2
Y3
A1
Y4
A2
Y5
A3
Y6
A4
Y7
A5
Y8
A6
A7
A8
U9B
PI74LPT16245

25
24
36
35
33
32
30
29
27
26

TIP
R/W
DB24
DB21
DB22
DB19
DB20
DB17
DB18
DB16

System Clock Signal


The system clock pin provides an output of 66.355 MHz. The system clock on the Mod5282 is derived
from a 3.6864 MHz crystal, which is fed into the ColdFire 5282 PLL.

UARTS
The Mod5282 has 3 UARTs, designated as UART 0, UART 1 and UART 2. All the UART signals go
direct to the 5282 processor. It is recommended that you include a pull-up resistor of 10k ohms for any
UART RX signals that are not used (either as UARTs or an alternate function).
The third UART interface, designated as UART 2, can be configured by the 5282 processor to use either
the I2C pins, or the CAN pins.
The NNDK Module Development Board has 330 ohm resistors in series with the UART RX lines. This
was done to make the development board compatible with the ColdFire 5282, which has a maximum
current specification of 25mA if the input voltage is above 3.3VDC. The resistors are not required for the
ColdFire 5272. The resistors are present on board revisions 1.1 and later. If you are designing exclusively
with the Mod5282, then the use of a 3.3V transceiver is recommended.

CAN Interface
The CAN signals are routed directly from the 5282 processor.