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CCS/TIDM-1003: Issue identifying and running high voltage three-phase BLDC
Part Number: TIDM-1003
Im having difficulties with finding the proper programmator and the proper adapter for programming the mentioned TIDM-1003?So I've made a PCB according to your provided gerber files. Then I've bought an original XDS100V2 JTag emulator with 14-Pin JTAG Header.
Now, according to the TIDM-1003 schematics and according to the pinout of the 14 pin JTAG header, it's not matched. I dont want to manually solder wires and connecting them to the emulator, I'd like to have some sort of an adaptor so I could have connection between TIDM-1003 and XDS100V2. If anyobody has any experience with programming TIDM-1003 via JTAG, I would be very grateful if he/she could share some info, especially on which emulator and which adapter to use, and how to connect them.
The connections for JTAG on TIDM-1003 are on J9, and are as follows: TDI -- 1 2 -- NCNC -- 3 4 -- TMSTDO -- 5 6 -- NCNC -- 7 8 -- TCLKnRST -- 9 10 -- TMSNC -- 11 12 -- VCCGND -- 13 14 -- NC
Thanks in advance,
There is not a standard JTAG connector on the board since the size of the board is limited. You have to make a converter adapter to connect it to the JTAG emulator by manual.
The connection should be
JTAG(14pin)-1 (TMS) --> J9-2 (TMS) JTAG(14pin)-2 (TDI) --> J9-5 (TRST)
JTAG(14pin)-3 (TDI) --> J9-1 (TDI) JTAG(14pin)-4 (TDI) --> J9-7 (GND)
JTAG(14pin)-5 (3.3V) --> J9-6 (3.3V) JTAG(14pin)-6 (TDI) --> NC
JTAG(14pin)-7 (TDO) --> J9-3 (TDO) JTAG(14pin)-8 (TDI) --> J9-7 (GND)
JTAG(14pin)-9 (TCK) --> J9-4 (TCLK) JTAG(14pin)-10 (TDI) --> J9-7 (GND)
JTAG(14pin)-11 (TCK) --> J9-4 (TCLK) JTAG(14pin)-12 (TDI) --> J9-7 (GND)
JTAG(14pin)-13 (EMU0I) --> NC JTAG(14pin)-14 (TDI) --> NC
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In reply to Yanming Luo:
Hi,thank you for you kind reply. Unfortunately, this is something I didnt want to hear :)If that's the case, then I guess it's a bad reference design by TI and should be made so that you can easily connect to it with JTAG (like all other normal boards).
In reply to Mitja Sitar:
As you see, this is a reference solution that must consider the installation size, not an EVM board. Customer can change something according to their own requirement.
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