Crazy, it seems that the most secret part of the world. I have tried many time to contact infineon and hitech in order that they give the shematic. I never received any answer. I have an electronic prototype which works and that I would like to reproduce 100 times. Without the schematic and some help I will need to change my plan and choose another microcontroller (not infineon anymore). Those guy are so stupid, I am sad for them.
Last Edit: Nov 13, 2020 22:52:28 GMT by dynamitron
to admin : of course I know this information but it is just not complete.
we are a small company and I used the shieldbuddy to make a proof of concept for a new electronic circuitry and now I want to integrate the tc275 on my PCB in order to make an industrial product. If I do not have this detailled schematic as I said I will need to choose another microcontroler from another. manufacturer
Is it so difficult to understand that we look for a complete exaustive schematic showing in details the connection of the microcontroller to the peripheral chips (eprom, usb/serial converter, resistors...). For now, I have only vague and partial answers to my questions, just not proffessionnal.
Last Edit: Nov 14, 2020 18:02:47 GMT by dynamitron
in our company we indented to use the ShieldBuddy TC375 as a cheap alternative to evaluate Infineon smart power output drivers (provided as Arduino style shields) together with our Aurix driver software. We use the Lauterbach Trace32 debugger with DAP interface to load and debug the low level software.
I suppose connector P302 on the ShieldBuddy is a DAP connecter but it is not mentioned in the user manual. Furthermore i can't figure out the interaction of the DAP interface with the on-board USB debug connector (FTDI chip) - so we can't use it. The Aurix clock source, the reset signal generation and the capabillity of the on-board power supply (voltage regulators) are also not documented.
I agree with dynamitron: A full schematic would be very helpful and would avoid many questions regarding the ShieldBuddy hardware.
So please hear our request: Please add the full schematic of the ShieldBuddy to the user manual or publish it on the ShieldBuddy home page.
A full schematic would make your ShieldBuddy easier to use and more valuable. By the way this is common practice for any Infineon eval board.