Freescale’s Home Energy Gateway (HEG) reference design platform using the i.MX28 ARM9™ processor and ZigBee® MC13224V platform acts as an interface between the smart grid and home energy consumption, allowing every point of the smart home to be connected and connected from The center performs controls such as energy configuration, scheduled control management (HVAC) and energy production checks (solar panels, wind energy). This article describes the main advantages and features of the Home Energy Gateway (HEG), the HEG reference design block diagram, and the use of Linux and WinCE7. Embed block diagrams, circuit diagrams and bill of materials.

i.MX28/MC13224V – Home Energy Gateway Reference Platform

i.MX28 ARM9™ processor and ZigBee® MC13224V Platform in Package solution Current energy transmission methods create a demand for a more intelligent interface between the utility-controlled smart grid and the consumer. The Freescale home energy gateway (HEG) reference platform meets that challenge . Acting as the interface between the smart grid and energy-consuming in-house objects, the HEG allows every point of the smart home to be connected and controlled from a central location, enabling power efficiency and energy optimization.

Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Advantages:

• Provides value to the consumer by allowing power configuration, predefined control management (HVAC) and energy production checks (solar panels, wind turbines)

• Provides value to the utility provider by performing granular real-time demand control, delivering alerts (tariff, peak) and designing consumer profiles for accurate energy reduction automation

• Provides a friendly user interface to encourage user interaction and long-term use

• Provides a highly integrated and flexible platform to help shorten development time and reduce time to market

• Dedicated hardware support for AES128- based authenticated boot, signed/ authenticated firmware and dedicated hardware acceleration for AES, 3DES, SHA,MD5 encryption/decryption/hash algorithms and secure off-chip storage to address security, safety and privacy concerns

• Based on the low-power Freescale ARM926TM based i.MX28 system-on-chip (SoC) solution with power management unit, Ethernet, LCD controller and dual High-Speed ​​USB with embedded PHY

• Part of the Freescale Product Longevity Program. Learn more at freescale.com/ProductLongevity

• Pre-validated connectivity with Wi-Fi®, ZigBee® and Ethernet

• Complete ecosystem of Linux® and Windows® Embedded Compact 7 OS available

• OSGi/ProSyst mBS Smart Home option providing a multi-services and multi-application execution environment with sophisticated remote management capabilities, such as software and firmware life cycle management, provisioning, remote configuration and remote monitoring

• Completely tested and validated in two different final application demos

• Hardware schematics, Gerber files, ZigBee certified stacks and software BSP are available

• HEG reference platform kit contains software support BSP optimization can be contracted with Adeneo Embedded Features

• 454 MHz ARM926EJ-S™ core based i.MX28 application processor w/32 KB cache

• 128 MB SLC NAND flash + 64 MB (or 128 MB) DDR2 DRAM (on board)

• Connectivity interfaces, including ZigBee SE 1.0 and HA profiles (based on Freescale ZigBee certified MC13224 PiP), Sub-GHz radio (based on Freescale 9S08QE32 8-bit MCU), Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, 10/100 Ethernet, RS -232, RS485, USB with on-chip PHY, SD/MMC card reader and UMI connector

• Optional Matrix LCD (flex connector) or 4″3 WVGA touch screen LCD (daughter card)

• RTC with coin battery (on board) backup

• AC-DC power supply (off board)

• Linux 2.6.31 and Windows Embedded Compact 7 OS
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 1. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design Block Diagram
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 2. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Linux Block Diagram
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 3. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) WinCE7 Block Diagram

The HEG board is designed to offer a highly integrated and flexible reference platform to jump start development time in the areas of demand response, smart management, and energy consumption monitoring.

The board support packages (BSPs), connectivity drivers, application demos and user interfaces are delivered through the Adeneo Embedded website under the form of source code or binaries, with HEG schematics and Gerber files.

The board is pre-flashed with either Linux® 2.6 (P/N Adeneo HEG-IMX28KIT-LNX) or Windows Embedded Compact 7 (P/N Adeneo HEG-IMX28KIT-WCE) OS images.

(HEG) Reference Design Platform Key Features:

The following features are available in the HEG reference platform:

• Application Processor: 454 MHz ARM926EJ™ i.MX283

• Memory: 128 MB SLC Nand Flash + 128 MB DDR2 SDRAM

• Dual certified ZigBee: Freescale MC13224V ZigBee SE 1.0 and HA with on-board antenna

• Sub GHz: Freescale 8-bit MCU 9S08QE128 + Semtech SX1231 transceiver with on-board antenna

• Wi-Fi 802.11b/g: Atheros AR6102 with on-board antenna

• One Ethernet port

• One RS-232 port for debugging

• One RS-485 port

• One Full-Speed ​​USB OTG and one Full-Speed ​​USB host port

• One SD/MMC card reader multiplexed with one U-SNAP port

Optional: Matrix LCD (flex connector)

Optional: 4”3 WVGA LCD (daughter card)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 4. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Board Outline Drawing

Freescale i.MX28 HEG board pre-flashed with either Windows Embedded Compact 7 or Linux 2.6 OS images
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 5. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Block Diagram
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 6. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Power Tree Block Diagram
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 7. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (1)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 8. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (2)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 9. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (3)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 10. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (4)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 11. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (5)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 12. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) circuit diagram (6)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 13. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (7)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 14. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (8)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 15. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (9)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 16. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (10)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 17. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (11)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 18. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (12)
Freescale i.MX28 and MC13224V Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Reference Design
Figure 19. Home Energy Gateway (HEG) Circuit Diagram (13)

HEG material list see:
HEG Bill of Materials.xls

For details, see:
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