Integrator/IM-AD1 User Guide


Table of Contents

Preface
About this book
Intended audience
Using this book
Typographical conventions
Further reading
Feedback
Feedback on this document
Feedback on the Integrator/IM-AD1
1. Introduction
1.1. About the Integrator/IM-AD1
1.2. Interface module features and architecture
1.2.1. Features
1.2.2. Architecture
1.3. Links and LEDs
1.4. Care of modules
2. Getting Started
2.1. Fitting the interface module
2.2. Setting up the logic module
2.3. Running the test software
3. Hardware Reference
3.1. Differences in signal routing between supported logic modules
3.2. UART interface
3.3. SPI
3.4. PWM interface
3.5. Stepper motor interface
3.5.1. Functional description
3.5.2. Stepper motor interface signal summary
3.5.3. Stepper motor connectors
3.6. GPIO
3.7. CAN interface
3.8. ADC and DAC interfaces
4. Reference Design Example
4.1. About the design example
4.1.1. About PrimeCells
4.1.2. Example architecture
4.1.3. Example memory map
4.1.4. Address assignment of logic modules
4.1.5. Integrator/IM-AD1 memory map
4.2. Example APB register peripheral
4.2.1. Oscillator divisor registers
4.2.2. Oscillator lock register
4.2.3. User LEDs control register
4.2.4. Push button interrupt register
4.2.5. Switches register
4.3. UART
4.4. SPI chip select register
4.5. Synchronous serial port
4.6. PWM controller
4.7. Stepper motor peripheral
4.7.1. Stepper x control register
4.7.2. Stepx count register
4.7.3. Stepx speed register
4.8. GPIO
4.8.1. Data output set register
4.8.2. Read data input register
4.8.3. Data register output clear
4.8.4. Read data output pins
4.8.5. Data direction
4.9. SSRAM interface
4.10. Vectored interrupt controller
4.10.1. Interrupt sources
4.11. CAN controller interface
4.11.1. CANxBase
4.11.2. CAN reset control register
4.12. ADC and DAC interface
4.13. Peripheral information block
A. Signal Descriptions
A.1. EXPA
A.2. EXPB
A.3. EXPIM
A.4. Logic analyzer connector
A.5. Multi-ICE (JTAG)
B. Mechanical Specification
B.1. Mechanical information
B.2. Connector reference
Glossary

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Product Status

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Conformance Notices

This section contains conformance notices.

Federal Communications Commission Notice

This device is test equipment and consequently is exempt from part 15 of the FCC Rules under section 15.103 (c).

CE Declaration of Conformity

The system should be powered down when not in use.

The Integrator generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment causes harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off or on, you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  • ensure attached cables do not lie across the card

  • reorient the receiving antenna

  • increase the distance between the equipment and the receiver

  • connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected

  • consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Note

It is recommended that wherever possible Shielded interface cables be used.

Revision History
Revision AOct 2001New document
Revision BNov 2003Second release with minor corrections
Copyright © 2001-2003. All rights reserved.ARM DUI 0163B
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