MDK User Guide: Perforated Board

Before you begin...

Required Hardware

The Perforated Board requires a Moto Z and Reference Moto Mod. If you don't have these, you'll need to buy the required hardware.

Note: One Perforated Board is included in-box along with the MDK. You can also buy more Perforated Boards as needed.


Electrical Details

Overview

The Perforated Board is the primary vehicle for starting development of your Moto Mods Development Kit project.

The bottom side contains the mating connector to attach the Perforated Board to the Reference Moto Mod.

The top side consists of 3 distinct areas:

Breadboard Area

The breadboard area contains an arrangement of gold-plated holes to simplify installation and connection of your project’s hardware. In each row, holes a-e are electrically connected, and holes f-j are electrically connected. At the left and right edges of the breadboard area each column (two on each edge, marked with + and -) is electrically connected to provide convenient attachment and connection for power and ground rails used in your design - of course you can use the columns for other purposes, but supply rails are the most common application.

MDK Interface (80-pin connector breakout)

All interfaces to the Reference Moto Mod are accessible here. High speed interfaces such as DSI, CSI and USB2.0/MyDP are available only in the breakout area. The pitch of the gold plated pads is 1 mm.

Test Pattern:

Pin Signal Name Signal Type Primary Function Alternated Function
(see note 6)
Interrupt Group
(see note 7)
1 3P3 Power Regulated 3.3-volt, 500mA power source (see note 1)
2 PC1 MuC GPIO I2C3_SDA (see note 2)
3 HSIC_STB MHB HSIC HSIC Strobe. For details, see USB-Ext firmware document
4 PC0 MuC GPIO I2C3_SCL (see note 2)
5 HSIC_DAT MHB HSIC HSIC data. For details, see USB-Ext firmware document
6 PB2 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_TIMER1_OUT,
MuC_Comparator_IN+
7 GND Ground System ground
8 PA2 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_UART2 TX
9 5P0 Power Regulated 5-volt, 1.5A power source (see note 1)
10 PA3 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_UART2 RX,
MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7)
Group 3
11 VBUS Power VBUS power input/output from/to Moto Mod
12 PA0 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_UART2 CTS,
MuC_UART4_TX
13 1P8 Power Regulated 1.8-volt, 1A power source (see note 1)
14 PA1 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_UART2 RTS,
MuC_UART4_RX
15 GND Ground System ground
16 PA10 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7) Group 10
17 VSYS Power System DC power from Personality Card
18 PC8 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output
19 B+ Power System DC power from Moto Mod
20 PA7 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_SPI1_MOSI,
MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7)
Group 7
21 GND Ground System ground
22 PA6 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_SPI1_MISO,
MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7)
Group 6
23 PC7 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_Intrrupt_In (see note 7) Group 7
24 PD6 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_UART2 RX,
MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7)
Group 6
25 PC14 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output Master_I2S_BCLK (see note 3)
26 PA5 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_SPI1_SCK
27 PC15 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output Master_I2S_WS (see note 3)
28 PA4 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_SPI1_CS0
29 PE7 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output Master_I2S_SDI (see note 3)
30 PA15 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_SPI1_CS1,
MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7)
Group 15
31 PD7 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output Master_I2S_SDO (see note 3)
32 PA9 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output
33 PC9 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output
34 GND Ground System ground
35 TE Input Tearing Effect (Display Sync) input from personality card
36 19P2 Output 19.2 MHz CMOS clock output to personality card (see note 4)
37 GND Ground System ground
38 GND Ground System ground
39 DSI_D0- Display MIPI DSI_D0- output/input to/from personality card
40 DSI_D2- Display MIPI DSI_D2- output to personality card
41 DSI_D0+ Display MIPI DSI_D0+ output/input to/from personality card
42 DSI_D2+ Display MIPI DSI_D2+ output to personality card
43 GND Ground System ground
44 GND Ground System ground
45 DSI_D1- Display MIPI DSI_D1- output to personality card
46 DSI_D3- Display MIPI DSI_D3- output to personality card
47 DSI_D1+ Display MIPI DSI_D1+ output to personality card
48 DSI_D3+ Display MIPI DSI_D3+ output to personality card
49 GND Ground System ground
50 GND Ground System ground
51 DSI_CLK- Display MIPI DSI_C- output to personality card
52 MUC_PB11 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_I2C2_SDA (see note 2)
53 DSI_CLK+ Display MIPI DSI_C+ output to personality card
54 PB10 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_I2C2 SCL (see note 2), MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7) Group 10
55 GND Ground System ground
56 GND Ground System ground
57 CSI_D0- Camera MIPI CSI_D0- input from personality card
58 CSI_D2- Camera MIPI CSI_D2- input from personality card
59 CSI_D0+ Camera MIPI CSI_D0+ input from personality card
60 CSI_D2+ Camera MIPI CSI_D2+ input from personality card
61 GND Ground System ground
62 GND Ground System ground
63 CSI_D1- Camera MIPI CSI_D1- input from personality card
64 CSI_D3- Camera MIPI CSI_D3- input from personality card
65 CSI_D1+ Camera MIPI CSI_D1+ input from personality card
66 CSI_D3+ Camera MIPI CSI_D3+ input from personality card
67 GND Ground System ground
68 GND Ground System ground
69 CSI_CLK- Camera MIPI CSI_C- input from personality card
70 PH0 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output
71 CSI_CLK+ Camera MIPI CSI_C+ input from personality card
72 PC3 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_ADC_IN4,
MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7)
Group 3
73 GND Ground System ground
74 PC12 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output
75 USB_D+ USB USB data positive (see note 5)
76 PG9 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output
77 USB_D- USB USB data negative (see note 5)
78 PG10 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output MuC_TIMER1_IN1, MuC_Intrrupt_IN (see note 7) Group 10
79 GND Ground System ground
80 PG12 MuC GPIO General-purpose input/output

Notes:

  • (1) Regulator current limit assumes source selected by DIP Switch B3 provides sufficient DC power for your application.
  • (2) All MuC GPIO referenced to 1.8V.
  • (3) I2S present only if DIP switches A1 and A2 set to enable I2S audio device type.
  • (4) 19.2 MHz clock present DIP switch B1 set to “on” position.
  • (5) USB signals present only if DIP switches A3 and A4 set to direct these signals to the personality card.
  • (6) Alternate function enabler please refer to firmware document.
  • (7) Only one Interrupt function allow within same group.

MDK Interface (Test Points)

The test points are 1 mm diameter gold plated surrounding the breakout area pads. A full list of the test points is provided in the table below. Silkscreen identifies the signal name at each test point.

Test Point Mappings:

Pin Test Point Reference Moto Mod signal
1 3V3 Regulated 3.3 VDC
2 PC1 I2C_SDA
3 HSIC_STROBE HSIC_STROBE
4 PC0 I2C_SCL
5 HSIC_DATA HSIC_DATA
6 PB2 GCCLK
8 PA2 UART_TX
9 5V0 Regulated 5.0 VDC
10 PA3 UART_RX
11 VBUS SL_VBUS
12 PA0 UART_CTS
13 1V8 Regulated 1.8 VDC
14 PA1 UART_RTS
16 PA10 PA10
17 VSYS VSYS_PCARD
18 PC8 PC8
19 BPLUS MOD_B+
20 PA7 SPI_MOSI
22 PA6 SPI_MISO
23 PC7 PC7
24 PD6 PD6
25 GPIO16 I2S_BCLK
26 PA5 SPI_CLK
27 GPIO17 I2S_LRCLK
28 PA4 SPI_CS0_N
29 GPIO20 I2S_SDI
30 PA15 SPI_CS1_N
31 GPIO19 I2S_SDO
32 PA9 PA9
33 PC9 PC9
35 GPIO8 TE
36 19.2MHZ 19.2 MHz Clock
52 PB11 Secondary I2C_SDA
54 PB10 Secondary I2C_SCL
70 PH0 PH0
72 PC3 PC3 (Analog input)
74 PC12 PC12
76 PG9 PG9
78 PG10 PG10
80 PG12 PG12

Note: To minimize impact to signal integrity, high-speed signals are not present at test points.


Mechanical Details

General Dimensions

  • Pitch 2.54 mm
  • 26 rows
  • Power bus pins on the sides
  • First surface soldering
  • Allowable Component Height Overview with Included Cover

When using the in box cover, the height of any items added on top of the perforated board must not exceed 2.3 mm. Also ensure the height of all items on the board’s bottom side are less than 1.3mm Max Component Height.

Impact of exceeding limits on top side of board

If you are using components that exceed these limits, you’ll either need to dremel a hole in the cover, create your own cover, or not use a cover.

Impact of exceeding limits on bottom side of board

Exceeding these limits may result in damage to the Perforated Board, its added components, and your Reference Moto Mod. If the assembly does not fit together properly, circuits on the Perforated Board may work intermittently or completely fail to function.