Arria 10 SoC Development Kit User Guide

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3.2. Default Switch and Jumper Settings

This topic shows you how to restore the default factory settings and explains their functions.
CAUTION:
Do not install or remove jumpers (shunts) while the development board is powered on.
Figure 4. Default Switch and Jumper Settings
Note: The Switch position is represented by the black box.

To restore the switches to their factory default settings, perform these steps:

  1. Set the DIP switch bank (SW1) to match "SW1 DIP Switch Settings" table and the "Default Switch and Jumper Settings" figure.
    Note: In the following table, ON indicates the switch is to the upper position according to the board orientation as shown in the "Default Switch and Jumper Settings" figure.
    Table 3.  SW1 Factory Default Settings
    Switch Bit Name Bit Function Default Position
    1 I2C flag Switch 1.1 has the following options:
    • ON (0) = System MAX V is the I2C master
    • OFF (1) = HPS is the I2C master
    OFF
    2 DC_POWER_CTRL Switch 1.2 has the following options:
    • ON (0) = Power off PCIE slot when it is present
    • OFF (1) = Power up PCIE directly
    OFF
    3 factory_load Switch 1.3 has the following options:
    • ON (0) = Load user design from flash at power up
    • OFF (1) = Load factory design from flash at power up
    OFF
    4 security_mode Resvered OFF
    Table 4.  SW4 Switch Settings
    Switch Bit Name Bit Function Default Position
    1 Reserved Reserved OFF
    2 MSEL0 Switch 4.2 has the following options:
    • ON (Up) = MSEL0 is 1
    • OFF (Down) = MSEL0 is 0
    OFF
    3 MSEL1 Switch 4.3 has the following options:
    • ON (Up) = MSEL1 is 1
    • OFF (Down) = MSEL1 is 0
    OFF
    4 MSEL2 Switch 4.4 has the following options:
    • ON (Up) = MSEL2 is 1
    • OFF (Down) = MSEL2 is 0
    OFF
    Table 5.  MSEL Settings for each Configuration Scheme of Arria 10 SoC Devices
    Configuration Vccpgm (V) Power-On Reset (POR delay) Valid MSEL [2:0]
    JTAG-based configuration - - Use any valid MSEL pin settings below
    AS-Active Serial (x1 and x4) 1.8 Fast 010
        Standard 011
    PS-Passive Serial 1.2/1.5/1.8 Fast 000
        Standard 001

  2. Set the DIP switch bank (SW3) to match the following tables:
    Table 6.  SW3 Factory Default Settings
    Switch Board Label Function Default Position
    1 Arria 10

    ON- Arria 10 JTAG Bypass

    OFF- Arria 10 JTAG Enable

    OFF
    2 IO MAX V

    ON- MAX V JTAG Bypass

    OFF- MAX V JTAG Enable
    OFF
    3 FMCA

    ON- FMCA JTAG Bypass

    OFF- FMCA JTAG Enable

    ON
    4 FMCB

    ON- FMCB JTAG Bypass

    OFF- FMCB JTAG Enable

    ON
    5 PCIe

    ON- PCIe JTAG Bypass

    OFF- PCIe JTAG Enable

    ON
    6 MSTR0 On-Board USB Blaster II JTAG Master OFF
    7 MSTR1 On-Board USB Blaster II JTAG Master OFF
    8 MSTR2 On-Board USB Blaster II JTAG Master OFF

  3. Set the following jumper blocks to match the table below:
    Table 7.  Default Jumper Settings
    Board Reference Board Label Description Default Position
    J16, J17 OSC2_CLK_SEL
    • 00 (SHORT, SHORT): Selects the on-board 25MHz clock
    • 01 (SHORT, OPEN): Selects SMA clock which connected to J15
    • 10 (OPEN, SHORT): Selects the on-board 33MHz clock
    • 11 (OPEN, OPEN): none
    SHORT, SHORT
    J30 HPS Core Voltage
    • SHORT: HPS core 0.95 V
    • OPEN: HPS core 0.9 V
    SHORT
    J32 Voltage of FMCBVADJ
    • No SHORT: 1.1 V
    • SHORT 1 and 2: 1.2 V
    • SHORT 3 and 4: 1.25 V
    • SHORT 5 and 6: 1.35 V
    • SHORT 7 and 8: 1.5 V
    • SHORT 9 and 10: 1.8 V
    SHORT 9 and 10
    J42 Voltage of FMCAVADJ
    • No SHORT: 1.1 V
    • SHORT 1 and 2: 1.1 V
    • SHORT 3 and 4: 1.2 V
    • SHORT 5 and 6: 1.35 V
    • SHORT 7 and 8: 1.5 V
    • SHORT 9 and 10: 1.8 V
    SHORT 9 and 10
    Table 8.   Default Jumper BSEL Settings for Micro-SD Daughtercard
    Board Reference Description Default BSEL Value = 0x4 Default Position
    J3 BSEL0 0 SHORT left 2 pins
    J4 BSEL1 0 SHORT upper 2 pins1
    J5 BSEL2 1 SHORT upper 2 pins1
1 The directions of these pins are in reference to the board arrangement as in the "Default Switch and Jumper Settings" figure.

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