XC7A100T-2FGG676I Xilinx Inc. Description
Artix®-7 FPGAs are available in -3, -2, -1, -1LI, and -2L speed grades, with -3 having the highest performance. The Artix-7 FPGAs predominantly operate at a 1.0V core voltage. The -1LI and -2L devices are screened for lower maximum static power and can operate at lower core voltages for lower dynamic power than the -1 and -2 devices, respectively. The -1LI devices operate only at VCCINT = VCCBRAM = 0.95V and have the same speed specifications as the -1 speed grade. The -2L devices can operate at either of two VCCINT voltages, 0.9V and 1.0V and are screened for lower maximum static power. When operated at VCCINT = 1.0V, the speed specification of a -2L device is the same as the -2 speed grade. When operated at VCCINT = 0.9V, the -2L static and dynamic power is reduced. Artix-7 FPGA DC and AC characteristics are specified in commercial, extended, industrial, expanded (-1Q), and military (-1M) temperature ranges. Except the operating temperature range or unless otherwise noted, all the DC and AC electrical parameters are the same for a particular speed grade (that is, the timing characteristics of a -1M speed grade military device are the same as for a -1C speed grade commercial device). However, only selected speed grades and/or devices are available in each temperature range. For example, -1M is only available in the defense-grade Artix-7Q family and -1Q is only available in XA Artix-7 FPGAs. All supply voltage and junction temperature specifications are representative of worst-case conditions. The parameters included are common to popular designs and typical applications. Available device and package combinations can be found in: • 7 Series FPGAs Overview (DS180) • Defense-Grade 7 Series FPGAs Overview (DS185) • XA Artix-7 FPGAs Overview (DS197)
XC7A100T-2FGG676I Xilinx Inc. Specifications
1. All voltages are relative to ground.
2. For the design of the power distribution system consult 7 Series FPGAs PCB Design and Pin Planning Guide (UG483).
3. If VCCINT and VCCBRAM are operating at the same voltage, VCCINT and VCCBRAM should be connected to the same supply.
4. Configuration data is retained even if VCCO drops to 0V.
5. Includes VCCO of 1.2V, 1.35V, 1.5V, 1.8V, 2.5V, and 3.3V at ±5%.
6. The lower absolute voltage specification always applies.
7. See Table 9 for TMDS_33 specifications.
8. A total of 200 mA per bank should not be exceeded.
9. VCCBATT is required only when using bitstream encryption. If battery is not used, connect VCCBATT to either ground or VCCAUX.
10. Each voltage listed requires the filter circuit described in 7 Series FPGAs GTP Transceiver User Guide (UG482).