Do Intel has a peak current data for system develop engineer? I know the PTC tool, but looks it need many infomations from FPGA project. I can not make sure the data filled is exact as a system role. Just want to know the peak data of all power rails current. I select AGFA027R25A2E2V as FPGA device. wish your reply.
Thank you for posting a question here and I'm happy to help! But first I will need to understand your inquiry a little bit more. Can you elaborate what data you are looking for?
Thanks for your reply. I am asking for the maximum current numbers of all power rails of Agilex F series device AGFA027R25A2E2V. I know Intel suggests to use PTC tools to calculate a pretty accurate data. But I try the PTC and looks it need many output datas from verilog project. And I just want the peak numbers not the exact numbers that followed the real FPGA project. The numbers are like VCC/VCCP-->52.2A peak, VCCR_CORE-->4.5A. Guess Intel should have the data about how large the numbers of all power rails are when they cost the maximum power consumption. thanks.
You can calculate field-programmable gate power consumption for Intel Agilex devices using the Intel FPGA Power and Thermal Calculator, and for more accurate power estimation, use the Power Analyzer in the Intel Quartus Prime Software. Intel recommends that you switch from the Intel FPGA Power and Thermal Calculator to the Power Analyzer once your design is available.
Do you have full design? We would recommend you to use Power Analyzer inside Quartus if you have your design.
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