Cypress Semiconductor CY8C24223 User guide

CY8CKIT-002
MiniProg3 User Guide
Doc. # 001-59350 Rev. *E
Cypress Semiconductor
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Contents
2. Safety Information
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1. Introduction
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
CY8CKIT-002 Contents ...............................................................................................7
Programming ...............................................................................................................7
Debugging ...................................................................................................................8
Bridging........................................................................................................................8
Document Revision History ........................................................................................8
Documentation Conventions .......................................................................................8
2. Installing MiniProg3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
System Requirements ...............................................................................................11
MiniProg3...................................................................................................................11
MiniProg3 Installation ................................................................................................12
Example Projects.......................................................................................................13
MiniProg3 LEDs.........................................................................................................13
3. Technical Description
3.1
3.2
3.3
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Interfaces ...................................................................................................................16
3.1.1 ISSP ...............................................................................................................16
3.1.2 JTAG ..............................................................................................................16
3.1.3 SWD/SWV......................................................................................................16
3.1.4 I2C..................................................................................................................16
3.1.5 Reference.......................................................................................................17
Connectors ................................................................................................................17
3.2.1 5-Pin Connector .............................................................................................17
3.2.2 10-Pin Connector ...........................................................................................17
Power.........................................................................................................................18
3.3.1 Voltage Detection ...........................................................................................18
A. Appendix
A.1
A.2
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Troubleshooting .........................................................................................................19
Regulatory Compliance Information ..........................................................................19
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Safety Information
Regulatory Compliance
CY8CKIT-002 is used as a development platform for hardware or software in a laboratory. In a
domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference; adequate prevention measures
should be taken.
CY8CKIT-002, as shipped from the factory, is verified to meet with requirements of CE as a Class A
product.
The CY8CKIT-002 boards are sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD).
Electrostatic charges accumulate on the human body and on other
equipment. Devices that are subjected to high-energy discharges can
suffer permanent damage. Proper ESD precautions are recommended
to prevent loss of functionality. Store unused CY8CKIT-002 boards in the
protective shipping package.
General Safety Instructions
ESD Protection
ESD can damage boards and associated components. Cypress recommends that you work on the
board at an ESD workstation, if available. Otherwise, use appropriate ESD protection, such as an
antistatic wrist strap attached to a ground, when handling parts.
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Introduction
PSoC® MiniProg3 is an all-in-one programmer for PSoC 1, PSoC 3, PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP
architectures, a debug tool for PSoC 3, PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP architectures, and an USB-I2C
Bridge for debugging I2C serial connections and communicating with PSoC devices.
Designed as a low-cost aid for developers to use in building their own systems around Cypress 8-bit
and 32-bit PSoC devices, the MiniProg3 is included in the CY8CKIT-001 development kit and sold
as a standalone kit, CY8CKIT-002. These kits are available through the Cypress Online Store or
through our distributors.
Figure 1-1. MiniProg3
1.1
CY8CKIT-002 Contents
The CY8CKIT-002 MiniProg3 kit includes:
■
MiniProg3 programmer/debugger
■
10-pin ribbon cable
■
USB cable
■
Software CD
■
Quick start guide
The CY8CKIT-002 CD installs critical information, such as the kit documentation, which includes the
user guide and release notes, in the following project directory:
[Install path]\Cypress\CY8CKIT-002 MiniProg3
1.2
Programming
The MiniProg3 programmer/debugger provides the flexibility to work with different programming and
debugging interfaces, such as JTAG, SWD, ISSP, and I2C. MiniProg3 supports all 8-bit and 32-bit
PSoC devices. When programming, MiniProg3 enables communication with target devices using I/O
voltage levels from 1.5 V to 5.5 V. In addition, MiniProg3 can supply power to a simple target board
at one of four voltage levels: 1.8 V, 2.5 V, 3.3 V, or 5 V.
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1.3
Debugging
MiniProg3 supports the following debugging protocols for 8-bit and 32-bit PSoC devices:
■
SWD (PSoC 3, PSoC 4, PSoC 5LP)
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JTAG (PSoC 3, PSoC 5LP)
■
I2C (limited PSoC 1 devices)
The MiniProg3 debugger is supported by the software tools PSoC Creator and PSoC Designer.
1.4
Bridging
MiniProg3 supports USB-I2C bridging protocols. These protocols are used for debugging certain
PSoC 1 devices that support serial communication debugging, tuning, and configuration of fixed
function devices. The MiniProg3 bridging capabilities are used by PSoC Designer, PSoC Creator,
PSoC Programmer, Bridge Control Panel, and other applications. Tuning software tools also use
these capabilities.
Note If you want to develop your custom USB-I2C applications using MiniProg3, see the PSoC
Programmer COM guide and examples of the custom USB-I2C applications.
1.5
Document Revision History
Table 1-1. Revision History
1.6
Revision
PDF
Creation Date
Origin of
Change
**
09/19/11
WBZ/RAVG
Initial Release.
*A
11/01/11
WBZ/RAVG
Safety Information section added. Appendix A Troubleshooting guide updated
*B
5/10/12
ANDI/LRDK
Information about accuracy and resolution of measured voltage added to Power section
*C
08/28/12
AESA
Updated template and changed installation path
*D
10/10/12
RRAM
Reorganized the Appendix section
*E
03/25/13
SASH
Updated Table 2-1 on page 11. Added PSoC 4 and PSoC 5LP
device
Description of Change
Documentation Conventions
Table 1-2. Document Conventions for User Guides
Convention
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Usage
Courier New
Displays file locations, user-entered text, and source code:
C:\...cd\icc\
Italics
Displays file names and reference documentation:
Read about the sourcefile.hex file in the PSoC Designer User Guide.
[Bracketed, Bold]
Displays keyboard commands in procedures:
[Enter] or [Ctrl] [C]
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Table 1-2. Document Conventions for User Guides
Convention
Usage
File > Open
Represents menu paths:
File > Open > New Project
Bold
Displays commands, menu paths, and icon names in procedures:
Click the File menu, and then click Open.
Times New Roman
Displays an equation:
2+2=4
Text in gray boxes
Describes cautions or unique functionality of the product.
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2.
Installing MiniProg3
This chapter shows how to install MiniProg3 and its associated PC software.
2.1
System Requirements
Make certain that your computer meets all of the requirements to connect to the MiniProg3 and its
associated software.
Table 2-1. Computer Requirements
Computer Requirements
Recommended
Processor speed
2 GHz
RAM
3 GB
Hard disk free space
1 GB
Screen resolution
1024x768
CD-ROM drive
Yes
USB port (or powered USB hub)
2.2
USB2 High Speed
Microsoft Windows XP (SP1, SP2, SP3), Vista (32-bit, 64-bit), or Win 7 (32-bit, 64-bit)
Yes
Microsoft Windows .NET framework 2.0 SP1, 32-bit, or 64-bit
Yes
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or greater (SP1)
Yes
Adobe Reader (to view.PDF documents)
Yes
MiniProg3
Figure 2-1. Top View
USB MiniProg3
Connector
Busy LED
10-pin JTAG/SWD
Connector
Target Power LED
5-pin ISSP/I2C/SWD
Connector
Status LED
Aux LED
Figure 2-2. Bottom View
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2.3
MiniProg3 Installation
The MiniProg3 programmer and debugger are supported by PSoC Programmer, PSoC Designer,
and PSoC Creator. Secondary software, such as Bridge Control Panel and Clock Programmer, use
the programmer COM hardware layer to support MiniProg3 functionality.
1. Download and install PSoC Programmer. Follow the instructions to install the software.
2. Connect the MiniProg3 to your computer’s USB port using the USB cable. When properly
connected, the four LEDs on the MiniProg3 flicker.
The first two MiniProg3 drivers are automatically installed.
Note Remove the warning sticker before using MiniProg3.
3. Run PSoC Programmer: Select Start > All Programs > Cypress > PSoC Programmer.
The second MiniProg3 driver is automatically installed.
4. In PSoC Programmer, select View > Modern.
Figure 2-3. PSoC Programmer in Modern View Mode: MiniProg3 Selected and Connected
5. To connect to the port, in the port selection window, click the MiniProg3 device. You can also click
Connect/Disconnect.
If the connection is successful, the green status LEDs on MiniProg3 light up and a blue dot
appears next to MiniProg3 in the Port Selection box. Also, the indicator in the lower-right corner
of the PSoC Programmer window turns green and shows Connected.
You can now use MiniProg3 and the functions it supports.
For more information on how to use PSoC Programmer, see the PSoC Programmer User Guide.
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2.4
Example Projects
MiniProg3 is supported by PSoC Programmer, a simple GUI that connects to programming
hardware to program and configure PSoC devices, and to develop custom applications.
Example projects and documentation are included in the PSoC Programmer installation and are
available in the PSoC Programmer root installation folder:
[Install path]\Cypress\Programmer\[Programmer Version]\Examples
The PSoC Programmer root installation folder also includes documentation on how to use the
programming interface:
[Install path]\Cypress\Programmer\[Programmer Version]\Documents
2.5
MiniProg3 LEDs
MiniProg3 has five indicator LEDs that, when lit, indicate the following:
■
Upper Left - Busy (Red): An operation (such as programming or debugging) is in progress.
■
Lower Left - Status (Green): The device is enumerated on the USB bus. When flashing, this
LED indicates that MiniProg3 has received USB traffic.
■
Upper Right - Target Power (Red): MiniProg3 is supplying power to the target connectors. This
LED does not light up if power to target connectors is supplied by a source other than MiniProg3.
■
Lower Right - Aux (Yellow): Reserved for future use.
■
Middle - No Label (Yellow): Flashes briefly during the initial configuration of the device. If it stays
lit, this LED indicates that a configuration error has occurred. If this happens, disconnect the
MiniProg3 from the USB port and then reconnect it.
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3.
Technical Description
MiniProg3 is a protocol translation device. With MiniProg3, the PC host software can communicate
through a high-speed USB to the target device to be programmed or debugged, as shown in
Figure 3-1. The device-side communication protocol can be one of the several standards and can
occur over either of the two connectors. Table 3-1 lists the protocols that are supported by each
connector. MiniProg3 enables communication with the target devices using I/O voltage levels from
1.5 V to 5.5 V. In addition, MiniProg3 can provide power to a simple target board, at one of four
voltage levels: 0.8 V, 2.5 V, 3.3 V, or 5 V.
Figure 3-1. System Block Diagram
PC
USB Cable
MiniProg3
10-pin Ribbon
Cable or 5-pin
Direct
Connection
Target Board
Table 3-1. Connectors / Communication Protocol Support
Connector
ISSP
JTAG
SWD and SWVa
I2C
5-pin
Supported
N/A
SWD
Supported
10-pin
N/A
Supported
SWD and SWV
N/A
a. SWV trace is available only with SWD debugging.
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3.1
Interfaces
3.1.1
ISSP
In-System Serial Programming (ISSP) is a Cypress legacy interface used to program the PSoC 1
family of microcontrollers. MiniProg3 supports programming PSoC 1 devices through the 5-pin
connector only.
For more information about the ISSP interface, see the PSoC 1 Technical Reference Manual.
3.1.2
JTAG
The Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) standard interface is supported by many high-end
microcontrollers, including the PSoC 3 and PSoC 5LP families. This interface allows a daisy chain
bus of multiple JTAG devices. The MiniProg3 supports programming and debugging the PSoC 3 and
PSoC 5LP devices using JTAG, through the 10-pin connector only.
3.1.3
SWD/SWV
Recent ARM-based devices have introduced a new serial debugging standard called Serial Wire
Debug (SWD). The PSoC 3, PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP family implements this standard, which offers
the same programming and debugging functions as JTAG except the boundary scan and daisy
chain. SWD uses fewer pins of the device than the JTAG. MiniProg3 supports programming and
debugging PSoC 3, PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP devices, using SWD, through the 5-pin or 10-pin
connector.
The Single Wire Viewer (SWV) interface, also introduced by ARM, is used for program and data
monitoring, where the firmware may output data in a method similar to “printf” debugging on PCs,
using a single pin. MiniProg3 supports monitoring of PSoC 3 and PSoC 5LP firmware, using SWV,
through the 10-pin connector and in conjunction with SWD only.
The PSoC 3, PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP devices support the SWD programming through both the SWD
and USB SWD lines. Before programming a PSoC 3, PSoC 4, or PSoC 5LP device, make sure you
review the electrical connection requirements in the respective device datasheet or in the PSoC 3,
PSoC 4, and PSoC 5LP device programming specifications. You can find the datasheets and
programming specifications here:
http://www.cypress.com/go/psoc3
http://www.cypress.com/go/psoc5lp
http://www.cypress.com/go/programming
3.1.4
I2C
A common serial interface standard is the I2C standard. It is mainly used for communication between
microcontrollers and other ICs on the same board, but can also be used for intersystem
communications. MiniProg3 uses an I2C multimaster host controller that allows the tool to exchange
data with I2C-enabled devices on the target board. For example, this feature may be used to tune
the CapSense® designs.
When MiniProg3 is configured to I2C protocol mode, MiniProg3 enables internal 5.6-K pull-up
resistors on the SDA and SCL lines.
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3.1.5
Reference
For more information on the PSoC 3 and PSoC 5LP JTAG, SWD, and I2C interfaces, see the PSoC
3 and PSoC 5LP Technical Reference Manuals. For more information on PSoC 1 interfaces, see the
PSoC 1 Technical Reference Manual.
3.2
Connectors
3.2.1
5-Pin Connector
The 5-pin connector is configured as a single row with 100-mil pitch. It is designed to mate with a
Molex model 22-23-2051 (straight) or 22-05-3051 (right angle) male header with a key tab.
Figure 3-2. 5-Pin Connector with Pin Assignments
SDAT
SCLK
XRES
GND
VTARG
MiniProg3
(End View)
3.2.2
Mating
Connector
10-Pin Connector
The 10-pin connector is configured as a dual row with 50-mil pitch. It is used with a ribbon cable
(provided) to mate to a similar connector on the target board. The recommended mating connectors
are the Samtec FTSH-105-01-L-DV-K (surface mount) and the FTSH-105-01-L-D-K (through hole)
or similar connectors available from other vendors. The signal assignment is shown in Figure 3-3.
When programming JTAG devices, note that MiniProg3 does not support nTRST pins.
Figure 3-3. 10-Pin Connector with Pin Assignments
Note The ribbon
cable connector
extends beyond the
body of the
connector. Be sure
to allow room.
XRES
GND
TDI
GND
TDO
GND
TCK
GND
TMS
VTARG
Pin 1
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Here is a summary of the protocols and related pin assignments.
Table 3-2. Communication Protocol Pin Assignments
Protocol
ISSP
JTAG
SWD / SWV
I2C
Signal
5-Pin
SCLK
4
SDAT
5
XRES
3
10-Pin
TMS
2
TCK
4
TDO
6
TDI
8
XRES
10
SDIO
5
2
SCK
4
4
a
6
SWV
XRES
3
SCK
4
SDA
5
10
a. SWV trace is only available in conjunction with SWD debugging.
3.3
Power
The MiniProg3 requires a connection to the Vddio supply of the target device to set the voltage level
used for communication. This is required regardless of the communication protocol and the port
selected. One of the connector’s VTARG pins must be connected to the Vddio supply of the target
device. For PSoC 3 and PSoC 5LP, this is the Vddio1 supply because this supply is used to drive the
debug pins. If you do not connect the VTARG or you connect it to the wrong supply, MiniProg3
cannot communicate with the target device.
On boards where there is a single power supply for the entire board, MiniProg3 can, in some cases,
supply power to the board. This supply is limited to approximately 200 mA, and is protected against
excess current draw. You can select 1.8 V, 2.5 V, 3.3 V, or 5 V for the power supply voltage. The 5 V
supply may be as low as 4.25 V or as high as 5.5 V, because it is supplied directly from the USB port.
In addition to supplying power, MiniProg3 can also measure voltage on its VTARG line. The PSoC
Programmer GUI displays the VTARG voltage in the Status group box (shown in Figure 2-3 on
page 12). The accuracy of the measurement is 80–100 mV in the VTARG range 0 ≤ U ≤ 4.0 V, and a
maximum of 200 mV in the range 4.0 ≤ U ≤ 5.0.
Note Although ADC resolution in MiniProg3 is 20 mV, the actual accuracy is approximately 200 mV.
3.3.1
Voltage Detection
MiniProg3 can detect voltages in the range of 0 V to 5 V. Many of the Cypress software tools, such
as PSoC Programmer and Bridge Control Panel, display this detected voltage in the application GUI.
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A.
A.1
Appendix
Troubleshooting
If you experience difficulty with your MiniProg3, see the following table to correct the problem.
Table A-1. Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Try
LED does not blink upon power on.
Make sure the MiniProg3 USB cable is properly attached to both
MiniProg3 and the computer. If you are using a hub, make sure
that the hub is properly attached to both MiniProg3 and the
computer. If you are using a self-powered hub, the power must be
properly connected. Bus-powered hubs are not recommended.
No Windows USB plug-in sound.
Make sure that your computer’s sound is properly configured. If
you are using a hub, try to disconnect and reconnect the hub into
the computer. If it is a powered hub, disconnect the power and
reconnect it while the hub's USB cable is disconnected from the
computer.
Yellow light in the center of MiniProg3
stays on after connecting MiniProg3 and
after launching PSoC Programmer or
PSoC Creator.
This indicates a configuration error. Run PSoC Creator or
PSoC Programmer and try to disconnect and reconnect
MiniProg3. If the yellow light persists, verify that the USB cable is
in good condition, and that it is a high-speed certified cable. If the
condition still persists, call technical support.
Intermittent programming or debugging Try reducing the serial clock rate. Verify that the USB cable is in
failures.
good condition, and that it is a high-speed certified cable. If the
condition still persists, call technical support.
MiniProg3 is plugged in and the LED lights Launch one of the development tools, such
have flashed but nothing is happening.
PSoC Programmer, PSoC Creator, or PSoC Designer.
as
MiniProg3 is the *A version and the 5-pin There is a known issue with the *A version of MiniProg3 that was
and 10-pin connectors are connected to fixed in the *B revision. If you have a *A programmer, then
the device.
connect to the device individually when programming. (The
MiniProg3 revision, either *A or *B, is shown on the sticker on the
back of the device.)
A.2
Regulatory Compliance Information
The CY8CKIT-002 complies with the CE-Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC (Europe) safety
requirement. It has been tested and verified to comply with the following electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC) regulations.
■
CISPR 22 - Emissions
■
EN 55022 Class A - Immunity (Europe)
■
CE - EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
■
CE Declaration of Conformity
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