This page will assist you in learning about your UJA1161A Evaluation Board.
The NXP analog product development boards provide an easy-to-use platform for evaluating NXP products. The boards support a range of analog, mixed-signal and power solutions. They incorporate monolithic integrated circuits and system-in-package devices that use proven high-volume technology. NXP products offer longer battery life, a smaller form factor, reduced component counts, lower cost, and improved performance in powering state-of-the-art systems.
This page will guide you through the process of setting up and using the UJA1161A-EVB evaluation board.
The UJA1161A-EVB contents include:
In addition to the kit contents, the following hardware is necessary or beneficial when working with this kit.
Refer to UM11379, UJA116xA evaluation boards for additional details on the featured components and board configuration.
The UJA1161A-EVB evaluation boards are designed to facilitate the testing and evaluation of UJA1161A product features in a variety of microcontroller IO interface environments. All MCU interface signals can be accessed in two ways: at a header row on the top side and also at header rows on the bottom side that can be plugged directly into many NXP MCU evaluation boards.
The UJA1161A-EVB evaluation boards are designed to be compatible with the S32K1xx evaluation board series from NXP and to support the use of standard software development tools and drivers.
Board dimensions are 45.1 mm × 58.4 mm. Only components needed to support basic UJA1161A functionality are included. All boards contain circuitry for reverse polarity protected battery supply, BAT status LED, and CAN bus termination. The board also provides several header rows (2.54 mm pitch) for connecting MCU interface and application signals.
To connect the UJA1161A-EVB to a CAN network, complete the following procedure.
The following conditions must be met before powering up the system with a 12 V supply:
J4-09) to an MCU IO input pin
J4-09) to an MCU IO output pin
J4-18/J4-20) pins to the MCU CAN controller TXD/RXD pins
J1-01/J1-02) to the CAN bus twisted-pair cables
J5-03) on the UJA1161A-EVB to the MCU supply unit; VIO shares the MCU IO supply
Once the above steps have been completed, the ECU/EVB can be powered up using an external battery supply. The UJA1161A-EVB starts up in Standby mode, and then switches between Standby/Sleep modes and Normal mode depending on the level on pin STBN/SLPN.
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