KC705_Power_Controllers_Monitoring_Steps (1).

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KC705 Power Bus Monitoring
© Copyright 2012 Xilinx
Contents
Caution!
Xilinx KC705 Board
Hardware & Software Requirements
Setup
TI Fusion Digital Power Designer Tool Tutorial
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Caution!
The Texas Instruments software used in this presentation can
adjust the power supply outputs on the KC705
If used improperly, it may seriously damage your KC705
Before making any adjustments not specifically covered in this
presentation:
– Understand the power requirements for Kintex-7 Devices
– Understand the consequences of the change you are making
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Xilinx KC705 Board
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Hardware Requirements
Texas Instruments USB Interface Adapter EVM
– TI Part Number: USB-TO-GPIO
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Software Requirements
Texas Instruments Power Software
– TI Part Number: FUSION_DIGITAL_POWER_DESIGNER
– Download: Latest Release at http://www.ti.com/fusion-gui
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Software Setup
Install the TI Fusion Digital Power Designer Software
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Connect TI USB Interface Adapter
On the TI USB Adapter
– Connect the Ribbon Cable
– Connect the USB Cable
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Connect TI USB Interface Adapter (2)
Connect the Ribbon Cable to the KC705
– Red Stripe towards pin 1
– Insert the “A” end of the USB cable into a PC USB port (do not use a docking
station or USB hub port)
– Turn on the KC705 board
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TI Fusion Digital Power Designer
Open Digital Power Designer (DPD)
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TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (2)
Click on UCD9XXX and Similar
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TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (3)
The DPD opens; Click on Monitor
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TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (4)
Address automatically set to UCD9248 @ Address 52 Rail #1
Select Vin and In – Input voltage and current from the Power Brick
– 12 V Input
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TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (5)
Select Vout Iout, Pout, and Ext Temp – Measurements for VCCINT_FPGA (1.0 V)
– TI PTD08A020W – 20A, 0.6V to 3.6V, Non-Isolated, Digital PowerTrain Module (U21)
TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (6)
Select Address 52, Rail #2
TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (7)
View VCCAUX (1.8 V)
– TI PTD08D021W – Dual 10A, 0.6V to 3.6V, Non-Isolated, Digital PowerTrain Module (U103)
TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (8)
At Address 52, Rail #3, view VCC3V3 (3.3 V)
– TI PTD08A021W – Dual 10A, 0.6 to 3.6V, Non-Isolated, Digital PowerTrain Module (U103)
TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (9)
Monitoring process can be repeated for Address 53:
Select Address 53, Rail #1
– Click Monitor
TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (10)
At Address 53, Rail #1, view VCC2V5_FPGA (2.5 V)
- TI PTD08D021W – Dual 10A, 0.6 to 3.6V Non-Isolated Digital PowerTrain Module (U104)
At Address 53, Rail #2, view VCC1V5_FPGA (1.5 V)
- TI PTD08D021W – Dual 10A, 0.6 to 3.6V Non-Isolated Digital PowerTrain Module (U104)
At Address 53, Rail #3, view MGTAVCC (1.00 V)
- TI PTD08D021W – Dual 10A, 0.6 to 3.6V Non-Isolated Digital PowerTrain Module (U105)
At Address 53, Rail #4, view MGTAVTT (1.20 V)
- TI PTD08D021W – Dual 10A, 0.6 to 3.6V Non-Isolated Digital PowerTrain Module (U105)
TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (11)
Monitoring process can be repeated for Address 54:
Select Address 54, Rail #1
– Click Monitor
TI Fusion Digital Power Designer (12)
At Address 54, Rail #1, view VCCAUX_IO (2.00 V)
- TI PTD08A021W – Dual 10A, 0.6V to 3.6V, Non-Isolated, Digital PowerTrain Module (U106)
At Address 54, Rail #2, view VCCBRAM (1.00 V)
- TI PTD08A021W – Dual 10A, 0.6V to 3.6V, Non-Isolated, Digital PowerTrain Module (U106)
At Address 54, Rail #3, view MGTVCCAUX (1.80 V)
- TI PTD08A010W – 10A, 0.6V to 3.6V, Non-Isolated, Digital PowerTrain Module (U99)
Complete
When this Power Monitoring exercise is complete:
 Close the TI Fusion Digital Power Designer GUI
 Turn off the power to your KC705
 Eject the TI USB Interface Adapter from your PC USB port
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