The EPMATCN is an EEPROM Complex Programmable Logic Device with usable gates and 64 macro cells. MAX A CPLD is a. The EPMATCN is an EEPROM Complex Programmable Logic Device IC with usable gates and 32 macro cells. MAX A CPLD is a. Altera has a free FPGA and CPLD development package called Quartus II Web Edition. This is the only development tool we’re aware of.

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Altera MAX 3000A

I will only focus on the block diagram and the VHDL code to blink the led. Individual Output Enable Control. The compilation should be succesful with some warnings that can be safely ignored.

Stay up to date with the latest technology and industry trends with our complete collection of technical white papers. First we will re-compile it and then go the Programmer dialog, which is located in Tools menu. This step is important as it will allow you te add a block diagram of our created clock. Browse our vast library of free design content including components, templates and reference designs.

Free Trials Download a free trial to find out which Altium software best suits your needs. In this blog I will not cover how to do a full set up or this JTAG programmer, there are plenty of tutorials online.

Now it’s time to open the Pin Planner dialog and assign the input and output pins from to physical pin on the chip. The Manufacturers and RS disclaim all warranties including implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose and are not liable for any damages arising from your use of or your inability to use the Information downloaded from this website.


Altera MAXA device family overview. You can also see that we have used 6 of 34 pins. Customer Success Our customers can be found changing every industry; see how. It is possible to create you own logical circuits and emulate real hardware chips on the lowest level. How to Buy Contact your local sales office to get started improving your design environment.

Blinking LED with Altera EPM CPLD

You agree that the Information as provided here by RS may not be error-free, accurate or up-to-date and that it is not advice. Now we are going to connect our board to the JTAG programmer and power supply. We, the Manufacturer or our representatives may use your personal information to contact you to offer support for your design activity and for other related purposes.

The foregoing information altfra to product sold on, or after, the date shown below. First we will need to create a new project in Quartus. This is how it will look after you have completed the step above. Now create a new file and this time select VHDL file. Save any changes if prompted. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me.


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The Manufacturers and RS reserve the altsra to change this Information at any time without notice. You will see that this device is powered by 3.

Documentation The documentation area is where you can find extensive, versioned information about our software online, for free. Double click on the canvas and this will pop-up a dialog where you can insert a input and a output pin. I am using this breadboard power supply which has 3. Click on Finish and your project will be created. How to Buy Contact your local sales office to get started on improving your design environment.

MAX A Device Family Technical Information & Support

The correct version is important, as it needs to support our MAX device. We will be using Quartus II The variable tick will determine how fast your led will blink. Thank you for your feedback. I have used a multimeter to pinpoint the correct ones. Save to an existing alteta list Save to a new parts list. But actually cld 4 other pins are reserved for the JTAG programmer. The JTAG cable does not supply power so we need to provide it from an external source.