MAX 10 FPGA Development Kit User Guide

ID 683460
Date 9/07/2017
Document Table of Contents

1. Overview

The MAX® 10 FPGA development board provides a hardware platform for evaluating the performance and features of the Intel® MAX 10 device.

The development kit includes a RoHS- and CE-compliant MAX 10 FPGA Development board with the following components:

  • Featured Devices:
    • MAX 10 FPGA (10M50D, dual supply, F484 package)
    • Enpirion® EN2342QI 4 A PowerSoC Voltage-Mode Synchronous Step-Down Converter with Integrated Inductor Enpirion
    • EN6337QI 3 A High-Efficiency PowerSoC DC-DC Step-Down Converters with Integrated Inductor
    • Enpirion EP5358xUI 600 mA PowerSoC DC-DC Step-Down Converters with Integrated Inductor
    • MAX II CPLD – EPM1270M256C4N (On-board USB-Blaster™ II)

  • Programming and Configuration:
    • Embedded USB-Blaster II (JTAG)
    • Optional JTAG direct via 10-pin header

  • Memory Devices:
    • 64-Mx16 1 Gb DDR3 SDRAM with soft memory controller
    • 128-Mx8 1 Gb DDR3 SDRAM with soft memory controller
    • 512-Mb Quad serial peripheral interface (quad SPI) flash

  • Communication Ports:
    • Two Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) RJ-45 ports
      • Ethernet Port A (Bottom)
      • Ethernet Port B (Top)
    • One mini-USB2.0 UART
    • One high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) video output
    • One universal high-speed mezzanine card (HSMC) connector
    • Two 12-pin Digilent Pmod™ compatible connectors

  • Analog:
    • Two MAX 10 FPGA analog-to-digital converter (ADC) SMA inputs
    • 2x10 ADC header
    • Potentiometer input to ADC
    • One external 16 bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC) device with SMA output

  • Clocking
    • 25 MHz single-ended, external oscillator clock source
    • Silicon labs clock generator with programmable frequency GUI

  • Mini-USB cable for on-board USB-Blaster™ II

  • 2A Power Supply and cord

  • Free Quartus® II Web Edition design software (download software and license from website)

  • Complete documentation
    • User manual, bill of materials, schematic, and board files