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ProASIC3 Flash Family FPGAs
I/Os with Advanced I/O Standards
The ProASIC3 family of FPGAs features a flexible I/O structure, supporting a range of voltages (1.5 V,
1.8 V, 2.5 V, and 3.3 V). ProASIC3 FPGAs support many different I/O standards—single-ended and
The I/Os are organized into banks, with two or four banks per device. The configuration of these banks
determines the I/O standards supported (Table 1-1).
Table 1-1 • I/O Standards Supported
I/O Standards Supported
I/O Bank Type
Device and Bank Location
East and west Banks of A3P250 and
larger devices
Standard Plus North and south banks of A3P250 and
larger devices
All banks of A3P060 and A3P125
Not supported
All banks of A3P015 and A3P030
Not supported
Each I/O module contains several input, output, and enable registers. These registers allow the
implementation of the following:
• Single-Data-Rate applications
• Double-Data-Rate applications—DDR LVDS, B-LVDS, and M-LVDS I/Os for point-to-point
ProASIC3 banks for the A3P250 device and above support LVPECL, LVDS, B-LVDS and M-LVDS.
B-LVDS and M-LVDS can support up to 20 loads.
Hot-swap (also called hot-plug, or hot-insertion) is the operation of hot-insertion or hot-removal of a card
in a powered-up system.
Cold-sparing (also called cold-swap) refers to the ability of a device to leave system data undisturbed
when the system is powered up, while the component itself is powered down, or when power supplies
are floating.
Wide Range I/O Support
ProASIC3 devices support JEDEC-defined wide range I/O operation. ProASIC3 supports the JESD8-B
specification, covering both 3 V and 3.3 V supplies, for an effective operating range of 2.7 V to 3.6 V.
Wider I/O range means designers can eliminate power supplies or power conditioning components from
the board or move to less costly components with greater tolerances. Wide range eases I/O bank
management and provides enhanced protection from system voltage spikes, while providing the flexibility
to easily run custom voltage applications.
Specifying I/O States During Programming
You can modify the I/O states during programming in FlashPro. In FlashPro, this feature is supported for
PDB files generated from Designer v8.5 or greater. See the FlashPro User’s Guide for more information.
Note: PDB files generated from Designer v8.1 to Designer v8.4 (including all service packs) have
limited display of Pin Numbers only.
1. Load a PDB from the FlashPro GUI. You must have a PDB loaded to modify the I/O states during
2. From the FlashPro GUI, click PDB Configuration. A FlashPoint – Programming File Generator
window appears.
3. Click the Specify I/O States During Programming button to display the Specify I/O States During
Programming dialog box.
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