Getting Started with the TEA2017DK1002 Evaluation Board

This page will assist you in learning about your TEA2017DK1002 evaluation board.

Get to Know the Hardware

2.1 Board Features

This board can be used for programming small series of TEA2017 and/or TEA2016 samples. Place the jumper on the board in the position that corresponds with the IC to be programmed. By connecting both the 3pin and 6pin connector to the USB-I2C programming interface, regular production samples and development samples can be programmed after selecting the correct channel with the switch on the USB-I2C interface.

2.2 Board Description

The TEA2017AAT digital architecture is based on a high-speed configurable hardware state machine ensuring very reliable real-time performance.

Several parameters can easily be configured during evaluation with use of the Graphical User Interface (GUI):

  • Operating frequencies to be outside the audible area at all operating modes
  • Soft start and soft stop in burst mode, reducing the audible noise
  • Accurate transition levels between operation modes (high-power mode/low-power mode/burst mode)
  • Enabling/disabling the lower power mode

TEA2017AAT samples can be easily programmed using the TEA20xx_SOCKET_DB1586 board in connection with the TEA2016DB1514v2 demo kit and the GUI.

2.3 Board Components

TEA2017 Programming board (SO16 socket)


Configure the Hardware

Both TEA2017AAT and TEA2017AATdev samples can be programmed by means of the TEA20xx_Socket_DB1586 board + I2C interface (RDK01DB1563). The selector switch on the I2C interface must be set in the right position prior to programming TEA2017AAT or TEA2017AATdev samples. The TEA20xx_Socket_DB1586 board also contains a jumper to enable programming of TEA2016 samples.