Renesas H8S/2378F Product data

REJ06J0002-0100
Flash Development Toolkit
Application Note (Introduction)
Rev.1.00
Jun. 28, 2006
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Renesas Flash Development Toolkit
Application Note (Introduction)
Revision 1.0
Renesas Technology Corp.
Contents
1. Overview .................................................................................................................... 1
2. Functions of the Flash Development Toolkit............................................................. 1
2.1
Main Functions ................................................................................................................ 1
2.2
Basic Simple Interface Mode ........................................................................................... 3
2.3
Simple Interface Mode ..................................................................................................... 4
3. Operating the H8/300H Tiny Series (H8/3694F)....................................................... 5
3.1
Connecting the H8/3694F and Adapter Board ................................................................ 5
3.1.1
Connecting the Adapter Board ..................................................................................................... 5
3.1.2
User Interface Cable Signals........................................................................................................ 6
3.1.3
Connecting the Adapter Board ..................................................................................................... 6
3.1.4
Setting Pins on the Adapter Board .............................................................................................. 8
3.2
Boot Mode......................................................................................................................... 9
3.3
Starting the Flash Development Toolkit ....................................................................... 10
3.4
Setting Product Information.......................................................................................... 11
3.4.1
New Settings ................................................................................................................................11
3.4.2
Selecting the Device and Kernel ................................................................................................ 12
3.4.3
Selecting a Communications Port .............................................................................................. 13
3.4.4
Device Settings (Setting the Input Clock) ................................................................................. 14
3.4.5
Selecting the Connection Type (Boot Mode and Communication Speed) ................................ 15
3.4.6
Selecting Programming Options (Protection Level and Messaging Level) ............................. 16
3.4.7
Adapter Board Pin Settings........................................................................................................ 17
3.4.8
Reset Mode Pin Settings............................................................................................................. 19
3.4.9
Completion of Setting ................................................................................................................. 20
3.5
Programming Flash Memory......................................................................................... 21
3.5.1
Selecting the Program Area and File......................................................................................... 21
3.5.2
Starting Programming................................................................................................................ 22
3.5.3
Selecting a USB Device............................................................................................................... 23
3.5.4
Ending Programming.................................................................................................................. 24
3.6
Reprogramming ............................................................................................................. 25
4. Operating the H8S Family (H8S/2378F) ................................................................. 26
4.1
Connecting the Adapter Board ...................................................................................... 26
4.1.1
Connecting the Adapter Board ................................................................................................... 27
4.1.2
Setting Pins on the Adapter Board ............................................................................................ 29
4.2
Boot Mode....................................................................................................................... 30
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4.2.1
Operating Modes ......................................................................................................................... 30
4.2.2
On-Board Programming Modes.................................................................................................. 30
4.3
Activating the Flash Development Toolkit.................................................................... 32
4.4
Setting Product Information.......................................................................................... 33
4.4.1
New Settings ............................................................................................................................... 33
4.4.2
Selecting the Device and Kernel ................................................................................................ 34
4.4.3
Selecting a Communications Port .............................................................................................. 35
4.4.4
Adapter Board Pin Settings........................................................................................................ 36
4.4.5
Selecting the USB Device ........................................................................................................... 38
4.4.6
Selecting the Device .................................................................................................................... 39
4.4.7
Selecting the Clock Mode............................................................................................................ 40
4.4.8
Checking the Generic Device...................................................................................................... 41
4.4.9
Setting the Device (Input Clock) ................................................................................................ 42
4.4.10
Selecting the Connection Type (Communication Speed) ...................................................... 43
4.4.11
Selecting Programming Options (Protection Level and Messaging Level) ......................... 44
4.4.12
Reset Mode Pin Settings (FDM) ............................................................................................. 45
4.4.13
Completion of Setting.............................................................................................................. 46
4.5
Programming Flash Memory......................................................................................... 47
4.5.1
Selecting the Program Area and File......................................................................................... 47
4.5.2
Starting Programming................................................................................................................ 48
4.5.3
Ending Programming.................................................................................................................. 49
4.6
Reprogramming ............................................................................................................. 50
5. Operating the R8C/Tiny Series (R5F21154) ........................................................... 51
5.1
Flash Memory Programming Mode............................................................................... 51
5.2
Connecting the CPU Board ........................................................................................... 51
5.3
Starting the Flash Development Toolkit ....................................................................... 52
5.4
Setting Product Information.......................................................................................... 53
5.4.1
New Settings ............................................................................................................................... 53
5.4.2
Selecting the Device and Kernel ................................................................................................ 54
5.4.3
Selecting the Communications Port........................................................................................... 55
5.4.4
Selecting the Connection Type (Communication Speed) .......................................................... 56
5.4.5
Selecting Programming Options (Protection Level and Messaging Level) ............................. 57
5.4.6
Completion of Setting ................................................................................................................. 58
5.5
Programming Flash Memory......................................................................................... 59
5.5.1
Selecting the Program Area and File......................................................................................... 59
5.5.2
Starting Programming................................................................................................................ 60
5.5.3
Setting the Power Supply ........................................................................................................... 61
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5.5.4
Ending Programming.................................................................................................................. 62
5.6
Reprogramming ............................................................................................................. 63
5.7
ID Code........................................................................................................................... 64
5.7.1
ID Code Checking Function........................................................................................................ 64
5.7.2
When No ID Code Checking Is Made......................................................................................... 64
5.7.3
ID Code Input .............................................................................................................................. 64
5.7.4
ID Code Mismatch....................................................................................................................... 66
5.7.5
ID Code File................................................................................................................................. 67
6. Selecting and Setting Functions.............................................................................. 69
6.1
Options Menu................................................................................................................. 69
6.1.1
Login... ......................................................................................................................................... 69
6.1.2
Auto Disconnect........................................................................................................................... 69
6.1.3
Readback Verify........................................................................................................................... 69
6.1.4
Request Checksum...................................................................................................................... 69
6.1.5
Erase Device Before Program..................................................................................................... 69
6.1.6
New Settings…............................................................................................................................ 69
6.1.7
About............................................................................................................................................ 69
6.2
Dialog Control ................................................................................................................ 69
6.2.1
Exit............................................................................................................................................... 69
6.2.2
Download File radio button ........................................................................................................ 69
6.2.3
Download File Area..................................................................................................................... 69
6.2.4
Program Flash............................................................................................................................. 70
6.2.5
Disconnect.................................................................................................................................... 70
6.2.6
File Selection ............................................................................................................................... 70
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1.
Overview
This application note describes how to use the Renesas Flash Development Toolkit.
The target devices are the following three series:
(1)
H8/300H Tiny Series (H8/3694F)
(2)
H8S Family (H8S/2378F)
(3)
R8C/Tiny Series (R5F21154)
2.
Functions of the Flash Development Toolkit
The Renesas Flash Development Toolkit is an on-board flash programming tool for Renesas F-ZTAT microcomputers,
which offers a sophisticated and easy-to-use graphical user interface.
When it is used with Renesas High-performance Embedded Workshop (HEW), it provides users who develop
embedded application software using Renesas F-ZTAT microcomputers with an integrated development environment.
The Flash Development Toolkit can also be used as an editor for S-record and hexadecimal files.
Note: F-ZTAT (Flexible-Zero Turn Around Time) is a trademark of Renesas Technology Corp.
2.1
Main Functions
The Flash Development Toolkit has the following main functions:
• Connecting a device: Connects a device to the interface of the Flash Development Toolkit.
• Disconnecting the device: Disconnects the device from the interface of the Flash Development Toolkit.
• Erasing in blocks: Opening the "Erase Block" dialog erases all or specific blocks in flash memory on the device.
• Checking the blank status: Checks whether the flash section on the target device is blank.
• Uploading data: Uploads data from the target device.
• Downloading a target file: Downloads an active file using the hexadecimal editor.
• Returning a checksum: Returns a checksum of data in flash memory.
• Specifying a flash area: Sets a flash area in which non-programming (such as uploading and blank check) operations
are to be performed.
The Flash Development Toolkit is available in the simple interface mode and the basic simple interface mode in which
you can operate the kit easily. This application note describes the basic simple interface mode in which you can easily
program the specified file in a microcomputer.
For details, refer to Renesas Flash Development Toolkit 3.4 User's Manual.
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The graphical user interface screen of the Flash Development Toolkit is shown in Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1
Graphical User Interface of the Flash Development Toolkit
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2.2
Basic Simple Interface Mode
The basic simple interface mode allows you to easily write a program or data in flash memory on the target device
without creating a project and registering and storing device information.
This mode is called by selecting "Flash Development Toolkit 3.4 Basic" in the Start menu. This mode is used to
simplify the look and feel of the Flash Development Toolkit.
In the basic simple interface mode, any previous settings are restored at the start-up. To change the device, kernel, or
port settings, select [Options -> New Settings...]. The wizard is started up and collects new settings.
shows the screen of the basic simple interface mode.
Figure 2-2 Basic Simple Interface Mode
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2.3
Simple Interface Mode
The simple interface mode allows you to manage multiple devices, programs, or data by creating a project, and
registering and storing device information. To use this mode, create a project using the Flash Development Toolkit
called by selecting it as follows.
Call the "FDT Simple Interface" dialog by selecting [Tools(T) -> Simple Interface...]. This mode is used to simplify the
look and feel of the Flash Development Toolkit after a project has been created.
The screen of the simple interface mode is shown in Figure 2-3.
Figure 2-3 Simple Interface Mode
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3.
3.1
3.1.1
Operating the H8/300H Tiny Series (H8/3694F)
Connecting the H8/3694F and Adapter Board
Connecting the Adapter Board
On-board programming adapter board for F-ZTAT* microcomputers HS0008EAUF1H (called the adapter board
hereafter), which is connected between a host computer and user system, has a function which can write a user
application program in flash memory built into an F-ZTAT microcomputer on the user system (on-board) and erase it
from the flash memory.
The adapter board connection is shown in Figure 3-1.
Note: F-ZTAT (Flexible-Zero Turn Around Time) is a trademark of Renesas Technology Corp.
Note: FDM (flash development module) is a former name of the adapter board.
USB cable
Adapter board
Host computer
User system
F-ZTAT
microcomputer
Figure 3-1 Connecting the Adapter Board
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3.1.2
User Interface Cable Signals
Pin numbers and corresponding signals of the user system interface cable used for connecting the adapter board and
user system are listed below.
Table 3-1 Pin Numbers and Corresponding Signals of the HS0008EAUF1H User System Interface
Cable
No
Signal Name
No
2
Signal Name
1
RES
GND
3
FWx
4
GND
5
MD0
6
GND
7
MD1
8
GND
9
MD2 (IO0)
10
GND
11
MD3 (IO1)
12
GND
13
MD4 (IO2)
14
GND
15
RXD (TXD on the user system side)
16
GND*1
17
TXD (RXD on the user system side)
18
VIN (Vcc or PVcc)*2
19
SCK(NC)
20
VIN (PVcc)*2
Notes:
1. Be sure to connect pin No. 16 to GND to confirm that the user system is connected properly.
2. For a device with Vcc and PVcc, be sure to supply Vcc or PVcc (pin No. 18) and PVcc (pin No. 20) to the VIN pins of
the user interface connector, respectively. To use a device under condition that Vcc = PVcc, or only Vcc is present in the
device, be sure to supply Vcc to both VIN pins Vcc or PVcc (pin No. 18) and PVcc (pin No. 20).
3.1.3
Connecting the Adapter Board
An example of connecting the H8/3694F and Renesas adapter board (HS0008EAUF1H) is shown in Figure 3-2. The
pull-up and pull-down resistor values shown are only examples. Evaluate the microcomputer to determine the actual
values on the user system.
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Adapter board
(HS0008EAUF1H)
Vcc
Pulled up at 47 kΩ
or more.
18,20
VIN(Vcc)
RXD 15
TxD
TXD 17
RxD3
5
NMI
MD2 9
(IO0)
P85
MD0
H8/3694F
Vcc
Pulled up at
about 1 kΩ.
RE
S
1
GND
2,4,6,8,10,
12,14,16
Figure 3-2
RES
Connector*1
3428-6002LCSC
Note: 1. Manufacturer: 3M Corporate
Example of Connecting the H8/3694F and Adapter Board
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3.1.4
Setting Pins on the Adapter Board
An example of setting pins for the boot mode when the H8/3694F user system and Renesas adapter board
(HS0008EAUF1H) are connected is shown in.
Table 3-2 Example of Setting Pins on the H8/3694F and Adapter Board (for Boot Mode)
Pin No.
Pin on the Adapter
Board
Pin on the
Device
Input/Output
Output Level
1
RES
RES
Output (default)
Adapter board
3
FWx
NC
NC
-
5
MD0
NMI
Output
Low (0)
7
MD1
NC
NC
-
9
MD2(IO0)
P85
Output
High (1)
11
MD3(IO1)
NC
NC
-
13
MD4(IO2)
NC
NC
-
15
RXD
TXD
Input (default)
Adapter board
17
TXD
RXD
Output (default)
Adapter board
19
SCK(NC)
NC
NC (default)
-
Note: NC: Means no connection.
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3.2
Boot Mode
The following two modes are available to program and erase flash memory: The boot mode which enables on-board
programming/erase operations and the programmer mode which enables programming/erase operations using a PROM
programmer. In addition to the above modes, the user mode enables on-board programming/erase operations. When the
H8/3694F is started from the reset state, it enters a mode depending on the input levels of the TEST and NMI pins and
port as listed in Table 3-3. The input level of each pin must be set at least 4 states before the reset state is canceled.
When the LSI enters the boot mode, the boot program built into the LSI is activated. The boot program transfers the
programming control program from the externally connected Flash Development Toolkit to the on-chip RAM via SCI3,
erases the entire flash memory, then executes the programming control program. The boot mode is available for initial
programming in the on-board state and forced recovery when data cannot be programmed or erased in the user mode. In
the user mode, any desired block can be erased and programmed by branching to a user-provided programming/erase
program.
For details, refer to the Hardware Manual.
Table 3-3
Programming Mode Selection
LSI Status after a Reset State Is Canceled
On-board programming
modes
Programmer mode
TEST
NMI
P85
PB0
PB1
PB2
User mode
0
1
X
X
X
X
Boot mode
0
0
1
X
X
X
1
X
X
0
0
0
Note: X: Don't care
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3.3
Starting the Flash Development Toolkit
From the "All Programs" menu, select "Flash Development Toolkit 3.4 Basic."
The basic simple interface screen of the Flash Development Toolkit appears.
When the Flash Development Toolkit is started up for the second and subsequent times, the displayed basic simple
interface screen of the Flash Development Toolkit contains the previously selected device and port information.
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3.4
3.4.1
Setting Product Information
New Settings
Select "New Settings" from "Options." The screen for selecting the device and kernel appears.
If you cannot select "New Settings" from "Options," click "Disconnect."
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3.4.2
Selecting the Device and Kernel
Select the target device from the pull-down menu. In this example, select H8/3694F.
When you have selected the device, click "Next(N)."
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3.4.3
Selecting a Communications Port
Select the adapter board (FDM) from the pull-down menu.
When you have selected the communications port, click "Next(N)."
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3.4.4
Device Settings (Setting the Input Clock)
Enter the frequency of the clock used for the board in MHz. For example, enter 9.8 (MHz).
When you have entered the value, click "Next(N)."
The input clock is the frequency of the clock directly input to the microcomputer. Enter the frequency of the crystal or
ceramic resonator connected to the user system with three significant digits. The input clock differs from the operating
frequency (PLL output).
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3.4.5
Selecting the Connection Type (Boot Mode and Communication Speed)
Select "BOOT Mode" for "Select Connection."
Set the baud rate. For example, select "Use Default."
When you have selected the connection type, click "Next(N)."
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3.4.6
Selecting Programming Options (Protection Level and Messaging Level)
Select the protection level and messaging level. For example, select "Automatic" for "Protection" and "Advanced" for
"Messaging."
When you have selected programming options, click "Next(N)."
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3.4.7
Adapter Board Pin Settings
Set the pins on the adapter board (FDM) for the boot mode.
In the H8/3694F boot mode, set the output of P85 to high (1) and that of NMI to low (0). On the H8/3694F user system,
MD2 (IO0) is connected to P85 and MD0 is connected to NMI. Therefore, set MD2 (IO0) and MD0 to output and set
the output of MD2 (IO0) to high and that of MD0 to low. No FWE pin setting is required because no FWE pin is given.
When you have set the pins, click "Next(N)."
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An example of connecting the H8/3694F and Renesas adapter board (HS0008EAUF1H) is shown in Figure 3-3. The
pull-up and pull-down resistor values shown are only examples. Evaluate the microcomputer to determine the actual
values on the user system.
Adapter board
(HS0008EAUF1H)
Vcc
Pulled up at 47 kΩ
or more.
18,20
VIN(Vcc)
RXD 15
TxD
TXD 17
RxD3
MD0
5
NMI
MD2 9
(IO0)
P85
H8/3694F
Vcc
Pulled up at
about 1 kΩ.
RES 1
RES
GND
2,4,6,8,10,
12,14,16
Figure 3-3
Connector*1
3428-6002LCSC
Note: 1. Manufacturer: 3M Corporate
Example of Connecting the H8/3694F and the Adapter Board
An example of setting pins for the boot mode when the H8/3694F user system and Renesas adapter board
(HS0008EAUF1H) are connected is shown in Table 3-4.
Table 3-4
Pin No.
Example of Setting Pins on the H8/3694F and the Adapter Board (for the Boot Mode)
Pin on the Adapter Board
Pin on the Device
Input/Output
Output Level
1
RES
RES
Output (default)
Adapter board
3
FWx
NC
NC
-
5
MD0
NMI
Output
Low (0)
7
MD1
NC
NC
-
9
MD2(IO0)
P85
Output
High (1)
11
MD3(IO1)
NC
NC
-
13
MD4(IO2)
NC
NC
-
15
RXD
TXD
Input (default)
Adapter board
17
TXD
RXD
Output (default)
Adapter board
19
SCK(NC)
NC
NC (default)
-
Note: NC: Means no connection.
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3.4.8
Reset Mode Pin Settings
Set pins on the adapter board for restarting the device in the reset mode. These settings are not required for this
procedure.
When you have set the items, click "Finish."
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3.4.9
Completion of Setting
Device and port settings are now completed.
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3.5
3.5.1
Programming Flash Memory
Selecting the Program Area and File
Select the download program area and the S-type file.
Check "User Area" in "Download File Area" to enable an S-type file to be specified in "User Area" in "Download File."
Then, click the "..." (browse) button on the right, which becomes active, to open the "Open File" dialog.
In the "Open File" dialog, specify the S-type file sample.mot to be downloaded and click "Open(O)."
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3.5.2
Starting Programming
File selection has been completed.
When the Flash Development Toolkit is started up for the second and subsequent times, the following screen is opened.
The previously selected information is retained.
When you have selected items, click "Program Flash."
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3.5.3
Selecting a USB Device
Select a USB device. In this example, select the adapter board (FDM).
When you have selected the USB device, click "OK."
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3.5.4
Ending Programming
Programming starts, then ends.
Confirm the message indicating that programming terminated normally.
Click "Exit." The Flash Development Toolkit terminates.
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3.6
Reprogramming
To program flash memory for the second and subsequent times in the basic simple interface mode, follow the procedure
below:
Open "Flash Development Toolkit 3.4 Basic." The basic simple interface screen appears. The previously set product
information and the settings related to the file to be downloaded are retained.
Click "Program Flash." Programming starts, then ends.
To program a different file into a different product, use the simple interface mode.
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4.
4.1
Operating the H8S Family (H8S/2378F)
Connecting the Adapter Board
The on-board programming adapter board for F-ZTAT* microcomputers HS0008EAUF1H (called the adapter board
hereafter), which is connected between a host computer and the user system, can write a user application program in
flash memory built into an F-ZTAT microcomputer on the user system (on-board) and erase it from the flash memory.
The adapter board connection is shown in Figure 4-1.
Note: F-ZTAT (Flexible-Zero Turn Around Time) is a trademark of Renesas Technology Corp.
Note: FDM (flash development module) is a former name of the adapter board.
USB cable
Adapter board
Host computer
User system
F-ZTAT
microcomputer
Figure 4-1 Connecting the Adapter Board
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A list of pin numbers and corresponding signals of the user system interface cable used for connecting the adapter board
and user system is shown below.
Table 4-1 Pin Numbers and Corresponding Signals of the HS0008EAUF1H User System Interface
Cable
No
Signal Name
No
Signal Name
1
RES
2
GND
3
FWx
4
GND
5
MD0
6
GND
7
MD1
8
GND
9
MD2(IO0)
10
GND
11
MD3(IO1)
12
GND
13
MD4(IO2)
14
GND
15
RXD (TXD on the user system side)
16
GND*1
17
TXD (RXD on the user system side)
18
VIN (Vcc or PVcc)*2
19
SCK (NC)
20
VIN (PVcc)*2
Notes:
1. Be sure to connect pin No. 16 to GND to ensure that the user system is connected correctly.
2. For a device with Vcc and PVcc, be sure to supply Vcc or PVcc (pin No. 18) and PVcc (pin No. 20) to the VIN pins of
the user interface connector, respectively. To use a device under conditions Vcc = PVcc or only Vcc, is present in the
device, be sure to supply Vcc to both VIN pins Vcc or PVcc (pin No. 18) and PVcc (pin No. 20).
4.1.1
Connecting the Adapter Board
An example of connecting the H8S/2378F and Renesas adapter board (HS0008EAUF1H) is shown in Figure 4-2. The
pull-up and pull-down resistor values shown are only examples. Evaluate the microcomputer to determine the actual
values on the user system.
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Adapter board
(HS0008EAUF1H)
Vcc
Pulled up at
47 kΩ or
more
VIN 18,20
(Vcc)
RXD
15
TxD1
TXD
17
RxD1
SW6- 1(MD0)
MD0
SW6- 2(MD1)
MD1
SW6- 3(MD2)
MD2
MD2 9
(IO0)
Pulled down
at about 1
kΩ.
H8S/2378F
Vcc
Pulled up at about 1
kΩ.
RES
1
RES
GND
2,4,6,8,10,
12,14,16
Connector*1
3428-6002LCSC
Note: 1. Manufacturer: 3M Corporate
Figure 4-2 Example of Connecting the H8S/2378F and the Adapter Board
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4.1.2
Setting Pins on the Adapter Board
An example of setting pins for the boot mode when the H8S/2378F user system and Renesas adapter board
(HS0008EAUF1H) is connected is given in Table 4-2. Use the mode switch to set the operating mode.
Table 4-2 Example of Setting Pins on the H8S/2378F and Adapter Board (for Boot Mode)
Pin No.
Pin on the
Adapter
Board
Pin on the Device
Input/Output
Output Level
1
RES
RES
Output (default)
Adapter board
3
FWx
Mode switch
Output
High (1)
5
MD0
NC
NC
-
7
MD1
NC
NC
-
9
MD2(IO0)
Serial I/O switch
Output
Low (0)
11
MD3(IO1)
NC
NC
-
13
MD4(IO2)
NC
NC
-
15
RXD
TXD
Input (default)
Adapter board
17
TXD
RXD
Output (default)
Adapter board
19
SCK(NC)
NC
NC (default)
-
Note: NC: Means no connection.
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4.2
4.2.1
Boot Mode
Operating Modes
The H8S/2378 has six operating modes (modes 1 to 5 and 7). The operating mode is selected by the setting of mode
pins (MD2 to MD0).
Modes 1, 2, and 4 are externally expanded modes in which the CPU can access external memory and peripheral devices.
In the externally expanded modes, each area in the external address space can be switched between 8- or 16-bit address
space by the bus controller after the start of the execution of a program. If any one of the areas is set to 16-bit address
space, the 16-bit bus mode is used. If all areas are set to 8-bit address space, the 8-bit bus mode is used.
Mode 7 is a single-chip activation externally expanded mode in which the CPU can switch to access external memory
and peripheral devices at the start of the execution of a program.
Mode 3 is the boot mode and mode 5 is the user boot mode, both in which flash memory can be programmed or erased.
Do not change the settings of pins MD2 to MD0 during LSI operation.
Table 4-3
MCU Operating Modes
MCU
Operating
Mode
MD2
1
0
0
1
Advanced
Expanded mode with
on-chip ROM disabled
Disabled
16 bits
16 bits
2
0
1
0
Advanced
Expanded mode with
on-chip ROM disabled
Disabled
8 bits
16 bits
3
0
1
1
Advanced
Boot mode
Enabled
—
16 bits
4
1
0
0
Advanced
Expanded mode with
on-chip ROM enabled
Enabled
8 bits
16 bits
5
1
0
1
Advanced
User boot mode
Enabled
—
16 bits
7
1
1
1
Advanced
Single-chip mode
Enabled
—
16 bits
4.2.2
MD1
MD0
CPU Operating
Mode
Description
On-Chip
ROM
External Data Bus
Initial
Value
Maximum
Value
On-Board Programming Modes
There are three on-board programming modes: Boot mode, user program mode, and user boot mode.
(1) Boot mode:
This mode is a program mode that uses an on-chip SCI interface. The user area and user boot area can be programmed.
This mode can adjust the bit rate between the host computer and this LSI automatically.
(2) User program mode:
The user area can be programmed by using a desired interface.
(3) User boot mode:
The user boot program of a desired interface can be created and the user area can be programmed.
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The results of comparing programming and erasing related functions on the boot mode, user program mode, and user
boot mode are shown in Table 4-4.
Table 4-4 Comparison of Programming Modes
Function
Boot Mode
User Program Mode
User Boot Mode
Programming/erasing
environment
On-board programming
Programming/erasing
enable area
User area
All erasure
9 (Automatic)
9
9
Erasure in block units
9*1
9
9
Program data transfer
From the host computer via
the SCI
From a desired device via
RAM
From a desired device via
RAM
Reset start
Embedded program storage
area
User area
User boot area*2
Transition to the user
mode
Changing mode setting and
reset
Changing the FLSHE bit
setting
Changing mode setting
and reset
User area
User area
User boot area
Notes:
1. All-erasure is performed. After that, the specified block can be erased.
2. Firstly, the reset vector is fetched from the embedded program storage area. After the flash memory related
registers are checked, the reset vector is fetched from the user boot area.
The user boot area can be programmed or erased only in the boot mode.
The user area and user boot area are entirely erased in the boot mode. Then, the user area or user boot area can be
programmed by commands. However, the contents of the area cannot be read until the all-erasure state. You can
program the user boot area in the boot mode then program the user area is programmed in the user boot mode, or
program only the user area by not entering the user boot mode.
In the user boot mode, the boot operation via a desired interface can be performed by the mode pin setting different
from that in the user program mode.
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4.3
Activating the Flash Development Toolkit
From the "All Programs" menu, select "Flash Development Toolkit 3.4 Basic."
The basic simple interface screen of the Flash Development Toolkit appears.
When the Flash Development Toolkit is started up for the second and subsequent times, the displayed basic simple
interface screen of the Flash Development Toolkit contains the previously selected device and port information.
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4.4
4.4.1
Setting Product Information
New Settings
Select "New Settings" from "Options." The screen for selecting the device and kernel appears.
If you cannot select "New Settings" from "Options," click "Disconnect."
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Selecting the Device and Kernel
4.4.2
Select the target device from the pull-down menu.
Select "Generic BOOT Device" because the H8S/2378F is a 0.18-μm product.
When you have selected the device, click "Next(N)."
A list of 0.18-μm products for which "Generic BOOT Device" is selected is shown in Table 4-5.
Table 4-5
0.18-μm Products
Series or Family
Microcomputer
Name
SH7149F
Series or Family
H8S/2400 Series
H8S/2437F
SH7146F
SH7086F
SuperH RISC
engine Family
H8S/2378F
H8S/2300 Series
H8S/2368F
SH7085F
H8S/2319CF
SH7084F
H8S/2189F
SH7083F
H8S/2172F
SH7058F
SH7055SF
H8SX Family
H8S/2168F
H8S/2100 Series
H8S/2167F
H8SX/1657F
H8S/2166F
H8SX/1582F
H8S/2114F
H8SX/1527F
H8SX/1525F
H8/3069F
H8S/300H Series
H8/3029F
H8S/2556F
H8S/2552F
H8S/2500 Series
Microcomputer
Name
H8S/2551F
H8S/2506F
H8S/2505F
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4.4.3
Selecting a Communications Port
Select the adapter board (FDM) from the pull-down menu.
When you have selected the communications port, click "Next(N)."
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Adapter Board Pin Settings
4.4.4
Set the pins on the adapter board (FDM) for the boot mode.
For example, set the output of FWx to high (1) and that of MD2 to low (0).
In this example, the FWE pin outputs high (1) for setting the mode and MD2 (IO0) outputs low (0) for serial
communications connection. To select the boot mode (mode 3), use DIP switch SW6.
SW6-3: On (0)
SW6-2: Off (1)
SW6-1: Off (1)
When you have set the pins, click "OK."
Click "OK."
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An example of connecting the H8S/2378F and Renesas adapter board (HS0008EAUF1H) is shown in Figure 4-3. The
pull-up and pull-down resistor values shown are only examples. Evaluate the microcomputer to determine the actual
values on the user system.
Adapter board
(HS0008EAUF1H)
Vcc
Pulled up at 47 kΩ
or more.
VIN 18,20
(Vcc)
RXD 15
TxD1
TXD
RxD1
17
SW6-1(MD0)
MD0
SW6-2(MD1)
MD1
SW6-3(MD2)
H8S/2378F
MD2
MD2 9
(IO0)
Pulled down
at about 1 kΩ.
Vcc
Pulled up at about 1 k
Ω.
RES
1
RES
GND
2,4,6,8,10,
12,14,16
Connector*1
3428-6002LCSC
Note: 1. Manufacturer:
3M Corporate
Figure 4-3 Example of Connecting the H8S/2378F and the Adapter Board
An example of setting pins for the boot mode when the H8S/2378F user system and Renesas adapter board
(HS0008EAUF1H) are connected is given in Table 4-6. Use the mode switch to set an operating mode.
Table 4-6 Example of Setting Pins on the H8S/2378F and Adapter Board (for the Boot Mode)
Pin No.
Pin on the
Adapter Board
Pin on the Device
Input/Output
Output Level
1
RES
RES
Output (default)
Adapter board
3
FWx
Mode switch
Output
High (1)
5
MD0
NC
NC
-
7
MD1
NC
NC
-
9
MD2(IO0)
Serial I/O switch
Output
Low (0)
11
MD3(IO1)
NC
NC
-
13
MD4(IO2)
NC
NC
-
15
RXD
TXD
Input (default)
Adapter board
17
TXD
RXD
Output (default)
Adapter board
19
SCK(NC)
NC
NC (default)
-
Note: NC: Means no connection.
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4.4.5
Selecting the USB Device
Check the device.
Select the adapter board (FDM).
When you have selected USB device, click "OK."
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4.4.6
Selecting the Device
Check the device.
Select HD64F2378.
When you have selected the device, click "OK."
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4.4.7
Selecting the Clock Mode
Check the device.
Select the clock mode.
When you have selected the clock mode, click "OK."
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4.4.8
Checking the Generic Device
The device has been checked.
Click "OK."
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4.4.9
Setting the Device (Input Clock)
In the first column enter the frequency of the clock used for the board in MHz. For example, enter 8.25 (MHz).
When you have entered the value, click "Next(N)."
The input clock is the frequency of the clock directly input to the microcomputer. Enter the frequency of the crystal or
ceramic resonator connected to the user system with three significant digits. The input clock differs from the operating
frequency (PLL output).
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4.4.10
Selecting the Connection Type (Communication Speed)
Select a baud rate from the pull-down menu. For example, select 19200 (baud).
When you have selected the baud rate, click "Next(N)."
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4.4.11
Selecting Programming Options (Protection Level and Messaging Level)
Select the protection level and messaging level. For example, select "Automatic" for "Protection" and "Advanced" for
"Messaging."
When you have selected programming options, click "Next(N)."
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4.4.12
Reset Mode Pin Settings (FDM)
Set pins on the adapter board (FDM) for restarting the device in the reset mode. These settings are not required for this
procedure.
When you have set the items, click "Finish."
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4.4.13
Completion of Setting
Device and port settings are now completed.
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4.5
4.5.1
Programming Flash Memory
Selecting the Program Area and File
Select the download program area and S-type file.
Check "User Area" in "Download File Area" to enable an S-type file to be specified in "User Area" in "Download File."
Then, click the "..." (browse) button on the right, which becomes active, to open the "Open File" dialog.
In the "Open File" dialog, specify S-type file demo.MOT, a demo program for turning on LEDs, to be downloaded and
click "Open(O)."
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4.5.2
Starting Programming
File selection has been completed.
When the Flash Development Toolkit is started up for the second and subsequent times, the following screen is opened.
The previously selected information is retained.
When you have selected items, click "Program Flash."
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4.5.3
Ending Programming
By clicking "Start", programming starts, then ends.
Confirm the message indicating that programming terminated normally.
Click "Exit." The Flash Development Toolkit terminates operation.
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4.6
Reprogramming
To program flash memory for the second and subsequent times in the basic simple interface mode, follow the procedure
below:
Open "Flash Development Toolkit 3.4 Basic." The basic simple interface screen appears. The previously set product
information and the settings related to the file to be downloaded are displayed as is.
Click "Program Flash." Programming starts, then ends.
To program a different file into a different product, use the simple interface mode.
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5.
Operating the R8C/Tiny Series (R5F21154)
The single-chip microcomputer R8C/15 Group incorporates flash memory. This section describes how to program and
erase a user application program in flash memory on the R5F21154 in the R8C/15 Group using the Flash Development
Toolkit and R8C/15 starter kit.
5.1
Flash Memory Programming Mode
Program flash memory as follows:
Programming mode:
Standard serial input/output mode
Outline:
Program the user ROM area using the dedicated serial programmer.
Programmable area:
User ROM area
Operating mode:
Boot mode
ROM programmer:
Serial programmer
5.2
Connecting the CPU Board
The R8C/15 starter kit contains the following items:
USB cable
E8 emulator (R0E000080KCE00)
User system interface cable
CPU board (M3A-0115-CPU)
Connect the E8 emulator to a USB port on the host computer using the USB cable and the CPU board to the E8
emulator using the user system interface cable.
Install the Flash Development Toolkit on the host computer.
The CPU board connection is depicted in Figure 5-1.
User system
interface cable
Emulator E8
USB cable
Host computer
Figure 5-1 Connecting the CPU Board
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5.3
Starting the Flash Development Toolkit
From the "All Programs" menu, select "Flash Development Toolkit 3.4 Basic."
The basic simple interface screen of the Flash Development Toolkit appears.
When the Flash Development Toolkit is started up for the second and subsequent times, the displayed basic simple
interface screen of the Flash Development Toolkit contains the previously selected device and port information.
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5.4
5.4.1
Setting Product Information
New Settings
Select "New Settings" from "Options." The screen for selecting the device and kernel appears.
If you cannot select "New Settings" from "Options," click "Disconnect."
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5.4.2
Selecting the Device and Kernel
Select the target device from the pull-down menu.
In this example, select R5F21154.
When you have selected the device, click "Next(N)."
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5.4.3
Selecting the Communications Port
Select E8 from the pull-down menu.
When you have selected the communications port, click "Next(N)."
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5.4.4
Selecting the Connection Type (Communication Speed)
Set the baud rate. For example, select "Use Default."
When you have selected the communication speed, click "Next(N)."
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5.4.5
Selecting Programming Options (Protection Level and Messaging Level)
Select the protection level and messaging level. For example, select "Automatic" for "Protection" and "Advanced" for
"Messaging."
When you have set the programming options, click "Finish."
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5.4.6
Completion of Setting
Device and port settings are now completed.
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5.5
5.5.1
Programming Flash Memory
Selecting the Program Area and File
Select a download program area and S type file.
Check "User Area" in "Download File Area" to enable an S-type file to be specified in "User Area" in "Download File."
Then, click the "..." (browse) button on the right, which becomes active, to open the "Open File" dialog.
In the "Open File" dialog, specify S-type file ad_onkai.mot to be downloaded and click "Open(O)."
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5.5.2
Starting Programming
When the Flash Development Toolkit is started up for the second and subsequent times, the following screen is opened.
The previously selected information is retained.
When you have selected items, click "Program Flash."
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5.5.3
Setting the Power Supply
Set the power supply.
Check "Power Supply" and set the power supply voltage to 5.0 V.
When you have set the items, click "OK."
[Restriction]
The E8 emulator is designed to supply power. However, it cannot be guaranteed that the E8 emulator supplies the power
required for programming flash memory on a microcomputer because the power load differs depending on the user
system. To program an actual product, not the power from the E8 emulator but the stable voltage from an external
power source must be supplied. In this case, uncheck "Power Supply" to stop the power supplied from the E8 emulator.
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5.5.4
Ending Programming
Click "Start." Programming starts, then ends.
Confirm the message indicating that programming terminated normally.
Click "Exit." The Flash Development Toolkit terminates.
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5.6
Reprogramming
To program flash memory for the second and subsequent times in the basic simple interface mode, follow the procedure
below:
Open "Flash Development Toolkit 3.4 Basic." The basic simple interface screen appears. The previously set product
information and the settings related to the file to be downloaded are displayed as is.
Click "Start." Programming starts, then ends.
To program a different file into a different product, use the simple interface mode.
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5.7
5.7.1
ID Code
ID Code Checking Function
In the standard serial input/output mode, the ID code checking function is available to prevent flash memory from being
read or reprogrammed easily.
When flash memory is not blank, this function checks whether the ID code sent from the programmer and the 7-byte ID
code programmed in flash memory match. If they do not match, the function does not accept any command sent from
the programmer.
It is advisable to create a program in which an ID code is set in the ID code area in advance and write the program in
flash memory, to prevent flash memory from being read or reprogrammed easily.
5.7.2
When No ID Code Checking Is Made
When no ID code is set, a blank or H'FFFFFFFFFFFFFF is set in the ID code area. When the ID code of a programmed
file is blank or H'FFFFFFFFFFFFFF, no ID code checking is made and the specified file can be programmed.
5.7.3
ID Code Input
When a file in which an ID code is set is programmed in flash memory, the ID code must be entered to program a new
file.
In this case, select the file and click "Start." The "ID Code" dialog appears.
When the ID code of the already programmed file is H'11223344556677, enter the code.
When you have set the ID code, click "OK."
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A new file is programmed.
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5.7.4
ID Code Mismatch
If the entered ID code differs from the programmed ID code, an ID code mismatch occurs and no file can be
programmed.
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5.7.5
ID Code File
When an ID code is set, an id file is created. This id file contains the set ID code. You can use this file to set an ID
code.
When an attempt is made to program a file in which the ID code is set to H'77777777777777, the "ID Check" dialog
appears.
Click "Browse...."
The id file selection screen appears. Select the id file for the file programmed in flash memory. For example, select
ad_onkai12.id.
When you have selected the file, click "Open(O)."
The ID code is displayed.
Click "OK."
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A new file is programmed.
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6.
Selecting and Setting Functions
This section describes how to select a function and set the selected function.
6.1
6.1.1
Options Menu
Login...
This allows changing of which user is logged in to the Flash Development Toolkit. The hotkey Ctrl+Shift+U also
invokes the Login dialog.
6.1.2
Auto Disconnect
This forces the Flash Development Toolkit to automatically disconnect after programming, so that the user does not
need to press the Disconnect button.
6.1.3
Readback Verify
This option controls whether the Flash Development Toolkit automatically performs a read and compare operation after
programming. The setting is remembered between sessions.
6.1.4
Request Checksum
This option controls whether the Flash Development Toolkit automatically performs a checksum request operation after
programming. The setting is remembered between sessions.
6.1.5
Erase Device Before Program
This option controls whether the Flash Development Toolkit automatically performs an erase operation before
programming the device. This will erase all blocks in all memory areas prior to programming. The setting is
remembered between sessions.
6.1.6
New Settings…
Run the Wizard to allow entry of the new settings.
6.1.7
About...
Shows the About box.
6.2
6.2.1
Dialog Control
Exit
Clicking this will exit the Flash Development Toolkit.
6.2.2
Download File radio button
When this button is on, a download file can be selected.
6.2.3
Download File Area
For devices with a User Boot Area, the user can choose whether to download the file to the User Area or the User Boot
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Area.
For devices with a Data Area, the user can choose whether to download the file to the User Area or the Data Area.
6.2.4
Program Flash
Clicking on Program Flash allows the Flash Development Toolkit to download the specified file to the FLASH memory.
Additionally, if Readback Verify is switched off, the Checksum will also be calculated and output to the screen.
6.2.5
Disconnect
Clicking on Disconnect forces the Flash Development Toolkit to disconnect.
6.2.6
File Selection
The filename can be specified in the File Selection section (by typing or browsing), for each area enabled by the
Download File Area checkboxes
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Flash Development Toolkit Application Note (Introduction)
Publication Date:
Jun. 28, 2006
Rev.1.00
Published by:
Sales Strategic Planning Div.
Renesas Technology Corp.
Edited by:
Microcomputer Tool Development Department
Renesas Solutions Corp.
© 2006. Renesas Technology Corp. and Renesas Solutions Corp., All rights reserved. Printed in Japan.
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