Receiver Level Requirements
The supported Intel® devices have one VCCIO voltage level per I/O bank. Additionally, the devices can also have different driver input voltage levels for input signaling. Not all combinations of VCCIO and driver input voltage require attention with regards to the maximum input voltage.
Follow the guidelines in this document to manage the voltage overshoot and input requirements.
The conditions and actions in the following table apply only if you assign the supported Intel® device's I/O pin as input, bidirectional, or tristated output using the 3.3/3.0/2.5 V LVTTL/LVCMOS I/O standards. No attention is required when the device's I/O pin is used as output only. The Intel® Quartus® Prime software enables the PCI-clamp diode on this pin for each of these conditions by default. Other I/O standards, such as 1.8 V, 1.5 V, or 1.2 V LVTTL or LVCMOS, 3.0 V PCI or PCI-X, voltage-referenced, and differential I/O standards, do not require attention on the maximum input voltage.
|Supported Intel® Device Receiver Bank VCCIO||LVTTL/LVCMOS Driver Voltage Level|
|2.5 V||3.0 V||3.3 V|
|2.5 V||No action required||
The I/O pin of the device is overdriven by a higher external voltage. If you enable the diode, you must meet the DC current specification of the diode.
If the current exceeds the DC diode specification, disable the diode. For further details, refer to the following sections:
Alternatively, you can apply series termination to manage voltage overshoot. For further details, refer to Guideline: Use Series Termination Resistor.
|3.0 V||No action required. The I/O pin is not overdriven beyond the diode forward voltage. You can leave the diode enabled without concern for the DC current.|
The I/O pin is not overdriven. You can leave the diode enabled without concern for the DC current.
Diode clamped voltage can still exceed the maximum DC and AC specifications because of the high VCCIO voltage level of the bank in which the I/O pin resides. You must manage the voltage overshoot. Apply series termination or use driver selection table. For further details, refer to the following sections:
For more information about the absolute maximum DC input voltage and maximum allowed overshoot/undershoot voltage for the device families covered in this document, refer to the related information.
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