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LEDs

The MCBTMS570 board has the following LED indicators:

IO Board LEDs

  • The GIOA0, GIOA3-GIOA5, EHET1, EHET31 LEDs are provided for the user's application and indicate activity on their respective port pins.
  • The 12V LED indicates that power is present on the board.
  • LED1 indicates either an over-temperature, over-current, or under-current fault on the device attached to the Solenoid 4 output terminals.
  • LED4 indicates either an over-temperature, over-current, or under-current fault on the device attached to the Solenoid 3 output terminals.
  • LED10 indicates the on-board relay is energized.
  • The SCI_RX LED indicates USB-to-SCI1 (UART0) receiver traffic is present.
  • The SCI_TX LED indicates USB-to-SCI1 (UART0) transmitter traffic is present.
  • The VUSB LED indicates a powered USB device is connected to the USB-to-SCI1 mini-USB connector.
  • The FT1 and FT2 LEDs indicate an error on the respective FlexRay transceivers 1 and 2.

MCU Board LEDs

  • The RX LED indicates USB receiver traffic from XDS100V2 is present.
  • The TX LED indicates USB transmitter traffic from XDS100V2 is present.
  • The DIS LED illuminates anytime the TMS570-JTAG header or the MIPI connector is used.
  • The ERR LED indicates an ERROR condition from the TMS570 device.
  • The VBUS LED indicates the USB0 device is enabled.
  • The 1.5V LED indicates that 1.5 VDC power is present on the board.
  • The 3.3V LED indicates that 3.3 VDC power is present on the board.
  • The 5V LED indicates that 5 VDC power is present on the board.
  • The 100Mb LED indicates that the Ethernet interface is set to 100Mb.
  • The ORANGE LED (right/lower) on the Ethernet connector indicates LAN traffic is present.
  • The GREEN LED (left/upper) on the Ethernet connector indicates a good link connection to the LAN.

MCBTMS570 Board - LEDs

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