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TMDSCNCD28069MISO: , TMDSCNCD28054MISO, TMDSCNCD28027F Pin mapping

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Part Number: TMDSCNCD28069MISO

Hello,

I am looking for the pin mapping for these three ControlCARDs, I have been able to find the datasheets for the microcontrollers but not any information on which pins from the microcontroller connect to the pins on the DIMM slot.

I asked on the support chat but they were unable to help me and directed me here.

Thank you

  • James,

    PIn Mapping files are part of C2000ware SDK. Please download C2000ware and install it, if you have not done it yet.

    C:/ti/c2000/C2000Ware_3_02_00_00/boards/controlCARDs

    Thanks & Regards,

    - Santosh

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  • In reply to Santosh Jha:

    Hello Santosh,

    Thank you, I have been able to find the DIMM pin out table for the TMDSCNCD28027, however, this document does not seem to exist for the TMDSCNCD28054 or TMDSCNCD28069?

    Thanks

  • In reply to James Bartram:

    Hi James,

    Did you check this: 

    C:/ti/c2000/C2000Ware_3_02_00_00/boards/controlCARDs/TMDSCNCD28069/R1_1/controlCARD_DIMM100_PinPositions.ppt

    Thanks & Regards,

    - Santosh

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  • In reply to Santosh Jha:

    Hi,

    That gives me the locations of the 5V and GND pins, but not any others. I'm not sure if I'm missing something but I would have thought that this information would be easy to find?

    Cheers

  • In reply to James Bartram:

    Hi,

    Turns out I was missing it, for future reference, the schematic diagram has the pin allocations on it.

    Thanks

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