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LTPowerPlay project file for Arria 10 GX FPGA Development Kit

Martian
Beginner
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Hi,

Does anyone know where I can download the LTPowerPlay project file that would have been used to program the LTC2977 during production on my Arria 10 GX FPGA Development Kit.

I had to replace the LTC2977 chip due to an accident and now need to program it with the original settings.

I though the file may be in with the rest of the reference design files but I cannot find it there, and I've scoured the Intel site and cannot locate it there either.

Unfortunately I don't have access to another board, otherwise I could just read the data from that.

Thanks.

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KCMurphy
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https://www.analog.com/en/design-center/ltpower-play.html

 

But there's more past that.  You'll need a license from Analog Devices (free, but you have to wait for it), and you may need  drivers (for the FTDI chip and maybe something else).

Martian
Beginner
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Yes, I already have the LTPowerPlay application up and running and the kit comes with the proper DC1613A dongle.

I can successfully communicate with the new LTC2977 chip via the dongle and app, but right now it haven't configured it with any values. What I need is an LTPowerPlay project file with the proper settings for the A10 GX Dev Kit.

Right now the board does not come on because the LTC2977 does not yet know how to bring up (sequence) the power rails.

Does anyone have access to a A10 GX Dev Kit and would be willing to read from the LTC2977 chip on their board and post the file here?

Thanks.

AR_A_Intel
Employee
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Hello

 

May we know, is this the board that you’re referring to? https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/programmable/products/boards_and_kits/dev-kits/altera/kit-a1...


Martian
Beginner
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Hello

Yes, that is the one.

Thanks

 

AR_A_Intel
Employee
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Thanks for verifying. Could you provide the following for further checking?

 

Name:

Email Address:

Company/University Name:

Dev kit OPN :

Serial Number :

 

You can reply/attach your file in private message.


AR_A_Intel
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we update you a private message


AR_A_Intel
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