TS-7250-V3 MikroBus Header

From Technologic Systems Manuals

The Mikrobus header is a 0.1" pitch 2x8 header which supports the Mikroe Click board ecosystem. This header features 3.3V, 5V, SPI, GPIO, ADC, PWM, a UART, and PWM. All IO are 3.3V tolerant.

By default all of these headers default to their non-gpio functions. These can be changed in the FPGA syscon register 0x08. For example:

# Make all mikrobus header pins GPIO:
peekpoke 32 0x50004008 0xF0

# Set only SPI to GPIO:
peekpoke 32 0x50004008 0x10
Signals Pin Layout
Pin Signal
1 #FPGA_ADC / GPIO Bank 7 IO 1 [1]
2 (MIKRO_RESET#) GPIO Bank 7 IO 0 [2]
3 spidev 5.0 CS# / GPIO Bank 7 IO 5
4 spidev 5.0 CLK / GPIO Bank 7 IO 6
5 spidev 5.0 MISO / GPIO Bank 7 IO 7
6 spidev 5.0 MOSI / GPIO Bank 7 IO 8
7 3.3V
8 GND
9 GND
10 5V
11 /dev/i2c-2 DAT / GPIO Bank 7 IO 11
12 /dev/i2c-2 CLK / GPIO Bank 7 IO 12
13 ttyS13 TXD / GPIO Bank 7 IO 9
14 ttyS13 RXD / GPIO Bank 7 IO 10
15 FPGA IRQ 18 / GPIO Bank 7 IO 2
16 MIKRO_PWM / GPIO Bank 7 IO 4

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  1. This signal does not require a mux to use as a GPIO or ADC. To use the ADC signal the GPIO should be an input which is the reset default.
  2. This signal is pulled high, but your specific click card may require a specific reset duration.