MAX 10 FPGA 10M50 Evaluation Kit User Guide

ID 683447
Date 9/30/2021
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3.1. Board Overview

This section provides an overview of the evaluation kit, including an annotated board image and component descriptions.
Figure 3. Overview of the MAX 10 10M50 FPGA Evaluation Kit Features - Board Image (Front View)
Figure 4. Overview of the MAX 10 10M50 FPGA Evaluation Kit Features - Board Image (Rear View)
Table 5.  MAX 10 FPGA (10M50, 484-FPGA) Evaluation Kit Components
Board Reference Type Description
Featured Device
U1 FPGA MAX 10 FPGA 10M50DAF484C6GES, 50K LEs, F484 package, -6ES speed grade.
U13 CPLD MAX II EPM1270 256-MBGA, 2.5V/3.3V, VCCINT for On-Board USB-Blaster II.
U17 Power Regulator Enpirion EN5329QI 2A PowerSoC Low Profile Synchronous Buck DC-DC Converter with Integrated Inductor.
U19, U22 Power Regulator Enpirion EP5348UI 400mA PowerSoC Synchronous Buck Regulator with Integrated Inductor.
U20 Power Regulator Enpirion EP5358HUI 600mA PowerSoC Synchronous Buck Regulator with Integrated Inductor.
U21 Power Regulator Enpirion EN5339QI 3A PowerSoC Low Profile Synchronous Buck DC-DC Converter with Integrated Inductor.
Configuration and Setup Elements
J5 On-Board (Embedded) USB-Blaster II Mini Type-B USB connector for programming and debugging the FPGA.
J7 10-pin header Optional JTAG direct via 10-pin header for external download cables.
SW2 DIP configuration and user switch SW2 includes switches to control boot images and JTAG bypass.
S6 MAX10 nCONFIG push button Toggling this button causes the FPGA to reconfigure from on-die Configuration Flash Memory (CFM).
S7 FPGA register push button Toggling this button resets all registers in the FPGA.
J11 Jumper for board power option Default connection is Pins 2 and 3 position, which uses USB power supply. If needed, change jumper position to Pins 1 and 2 for DC adapter power supply solution.
Status Elements
D8 Configuration done LED, green Illuminates when the FPGA is configured.
D9 Power LED, yellow Indicates that 5V is powered up successfully.
D10 Power LED, yellow Indicates that 2.5V is powered up successfully.
D11 Power LED, yellow Indicates that 1.2V is powered up successfully.
Clock Circuitry
U14 Programmable Clock Four channel programmable oscillator with default frequencies of 24, 24, 125,100 MHz.
U15 50-MHz oscillator 50-MHz crystal oscillator for general purpose logic of MAX 10 and MAX II devices.
General User Input and Output
S1, S2, S3, S4 User push buttons Four user push buttons. Driven low when pressed.
D3, D4, D5, D6, D7 User LEDs, green Five user LEDs. Illuminate when driven low.
SW1, SW2.1, SW2.2 User DIP switches Quad user DIP switches.
Memory Devices
U2 LPDDR2 SDRAM memory 64 M x16
U23 Quad serial peripheral interface (quad SPI) flash 512 Mb
Video and Display Ports
J1 MIPI CSI-2 transmitter output MIPI CSI-2 transmitter output to Leopard Imaging LI-MIPI-USB3-Tester module.
J2 MIPI CSI-2 receiver MIPI CSI-2 receiver input from Leopard Imaging LI-CAM-OV10640-MIPI module.
J3 MIPI CSI-2 receiver MIPI CSI-2 receiver input from UDOO Camera Module OV5640.
J4 HDMI video output 19-pin HDMI connector which provides a HDMIv1.4 video output of up to 1080p through an ADI (Analog Devices, Inc) HDMI transmitter (ADV7513).
I/O and Expansion Ports
J8, J9 Two Diligent Pmod connectors 12-pin interface with 8 I/O signal pins used to connect low frequency, low I/O peripheral modules.
J12, J13 Two 2x10 GPIO connectors, user install You can use this area to connect or solder additional components for connection of 9 true LVDS pairs with clock input and output, or 22 single-ended I/O signals.
J14 2x7 GPIO connectors, user install You can use this area to connect or solder additional components for connection of 10 single-ended I/O signals.
Power Supply
J10 DC input jack Accepts 5V DC power supply when USB power supply is not in use.
SW3 Power switch When using DC power adapter, switch to power on or off the board when power is supplied from the DC input jack. DC adapter and USB power don't work at the same time.
J5 USB connector USB power supply. Use with USB Y cable to provide 1A current. DC adapter power and USB power don't work at the same time.

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