SAME70 pinout diagram

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Does anyone know of or have a pinout diagram of the SAM E70. Older Atmel manuals used to have these. I find them handy when routing PCB since they should the physical pin info. Thanks, Tom

 

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Atmel doesn't provide old fashion pinout for SAME70.
Unfortunately, we are supposed to refer the package pinout table.

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You can find pin table in SAME70 datasheet. 

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Yes, but that is not sorted out.

That is what the issue is.

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This is what you want. SAME70J21 pin mux. I also have its library.

same70j21

Last Edited: Fri. Oct 28, 2016 - 10:03 AM
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Could you please include same70q21 as well.

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Harikrishnan911 wrote:

Could you please include same70q21 as well.

Yeah. Take it easy.

Let's run AtmelStudio. Then open File>New>Atmel Start Project. Wait a few minutes for it. Then you should choose your chip. Next,.....

That's all. You will get it.

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I do have an issue with that option.

I tried open File>New>Atmel Start Project.

There after nothing happens.

A blank tab appears with title Atmel | START and it stays just like that.

I have been waiting for almost 20-30 mins.

But no change.

May be there is something wrong with my Atmel studio.

 

Anyway, thank you for time & support.

Silly beans are always silly
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Harikrishnan911 wrote:

I do have an issue with that option.

I tried open File>New>Atmel Start Project.

There after nothing happens.

A blank tab appears with title Atmel | START and it stays just like that.

I have been waiting for almost 20-30 mins.

But no change.

May be there is something wrong with my Atmel studio.

 

Anyway, thank you for time & support.

You're wellcome

Ok, I just take it for you. 

Happy Halloween!

pin mux SAME70Q21

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Last Edited: Mon. Oct 31, 2016 - 06:55 AM
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Hey thanks Edward. Just what I was looking for, but perhaps with all the functionality too! Pin diagrams really helps when going form an abstract schematic to the physical board layout.  Why Atmel leaves them out of their docs is a mystery. Anyway, thanks. have a good day!

 

FYI: I am making a SAM E70 UAV flight controller. You can see the preliminary schematic I posted on DIYDrones.com... Search for "e70 flight controller".

 

 

Tom

Rockford, Illinois

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twbrkfd1 wrote:

Hey thanks Edward. Just what I was looking for, but perhaps with all the functionality too! Pin diagrams really helps when going form an abstract schematic to the physical board layout.  Why Atmel leaves them out of their docs is a mystery. Anyway, thanks. have a good day!

 

FYI: I am making a SAM E70 UAV flight controller. You can see the preliminary schematic I posted on DIYDrones.com... Search for "e70 flight controller".

 

 

Tom

Rockford, Illinois

 

You're wellcome. It's sound good. That's great project. I am researching and development controller drones too.

I hope we can talk to each other.

Last Edited: Wed. Nov 2, 2016 - 08:12 AM
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Great work.
Wish you all the best.

 

Thank you once again.

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Silly beans are always silly
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Hi

excellent information.. thank you so much. 

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Hello.

 

I know that this thread is a little old but, could you please share the library you have???.

 

I would like to make an own board with this arm and I need the footprint to start it.

 

Thanks.