The 21 pins on each side of the 84 pin plcc package

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Unformatted text preview: nd the device and provide access to the device’s signal pins. The 21 pins on each side of the 84-pin PLCC package connect to one of the 22-pin, dual-row 0.1-inch female headers. The pin numbers for the EPM7128S device are printed on the UP 1 Education Board; an X indicates an unassigned pin. Table 3 lists the pin numbers for the four female headers: P1, P2, P3, and P4. The power, ground, and JTAG signal pins are not accessible through these female headers. Table 3. Pin Numbers for Each Prototyping Header P1 Note (1) P2 P3 P4 Outside Inside Outside Inside Outside Inside Outside Inside 75 76 12 13 33 34 54 55 77 78 14 15 35 36 56 57 79 80 16 17 37 38 58 59 81 82 18 19 39 40 60 61 83 84 20 21 41 42 62 63 1 2 22 23 43 44 64 65 3 4 24 25 45 46 66 67 5 6 26 27 47 48 68 69 7 8 28 29 49 50 70 71 9 10 30 31 51 52 72 73 11 X 32 X 53 X 74 X Note: (1) Inside refers to the row of female headers closest to the device; outside refers to the row of female headers furthest from the device. Altera Corporation 7 University Program Design Laboratory Package User Guide MAX_PB1 & MAX_PB2 Push-Buttons MAX_PB1 and MAX_PB2 are two push-buttons that provide active-low signals and are pulled-up through 10-KΩ resistors. Connections to these signals are easily made by inserting one end of the hook-up wire into the push-button female header. The other end of the hook-up wire should be inserted into the appropriate female header assigned to the I/O pin of the EPM7128S device. MAX_SW1 & MAX_SW2 Switches MAX_SW1 and MAX_SW2 each contain eight switches that provide logiclevel signals. These switches are pulled-up through 10-KΩ resistors. Connections to these signals are easily made by inserting one end of the hook-up wire into the female header aligned with the appropriate switch. The other end of the hook-up wire should be inserted into the appropriate female header assigned to the I/O pin of the EPM7128S device. The switch output is set to logic 1 when the switch is open and set to logic 0 when the switch is closed. D1 through D16 LEDs The UP 1 Education B...
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