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ICE-1000 PD connection on target board

Question asked by mattholland on Feb 11, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 23, 2016 by Kader.M

ICE-1000 shows a pinout for the 10 pin connector with pin labeled "PD" on pin 1. There is no description in either the ICE-1000 manual or the BF707 datasheet that I can find a description of how this, or any of the JTAG pins should be connected on a target board.

This is connected directly to the 3.3V rail on the EZ-KIT board, however its unclear on the schematic whether this is because its the IO voltage on that board, or some other reason specific to the ICE-1000/2000.

Hello. I've read EE-68 which seems to be out of date with no references to ICE-x000.


How should the PD pin be connected on a custom target board? What does PD stand for (Power Domain?) and how does the emulator use it. There's references to voltage sensing in EE-68 but I'm not sure if that's still the case since there are also voltage select jumpers on the ICE-1000