Renesas Starter Kit for RX210 User`s Manual

User’s Manual
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RX210 Group
Renesas Starter Kit User’s Manual
RENESAS MCU
RX Family / RX200 Series
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By using this Renesas Starter Kit (RSK), the user accepts the following terms:
The RSK is not guaranteed to be error free, and the entire risk as to the results and performance of the RSK is
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How to Use This Manual
1.
Purpose and Target Readers
This manual is designed to provide the user with an understanding of the RSK hardware functionality, and electrical
characteristics. It is intended for users designing sample code on the RSK platform, using the many different
incorporated peripheral devices.
The manual comprises of an overview of the capabilities of the RSK product, but does not intend to be a guide to
embedded programming or hardware design. Further details regarding setting up the RSK and development
environment can found in the tutorial manual.
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Document Type
Description
Document Title
User’s Manual
Describes the technical details of the RSK hardware.
RSKRX210
Manual
Software Manual
Describes the functionality of the sample code, and
its interaction with the Renesas Peripheral Driver
Library (RPDL)
RSKRX210
Software Manual
R20UT0305EG
Tutorial
Provides a guide to setting up RSK environment,
running sample code and debugging programs.
RSKRX210 Tutorial
Manual
R20UT0303EG
Quick Start Guide
Provides simple instructions to setup the RSK and
run the first sample, on a single A4 sheet.
RSKRX210
Start Guide
R20UT0304EG
Schematics
Full detail circuit schematics of the RSK.
RSKRX210
Schematics
R20UT0301EG
Hardware Manual
Provides technical
microcontroller.
RX210
Group
Hardware Manual
R01UH0037EJ
details
of
the
RX210
User
Document No.
Quick
R20UT0302EG
2.
List of Abbreviations and Acronyms
Abbreviation
Full Form
ADC
Analogue-to-Digital Converter
bps
CAN
CPU
CRC
DIP
DMA
DMAC
E1
EEPROM
EMC
ESD
HEW
IIC
IRQ
LCD
LED
MCU
MTU
NMI
PC
PWM
RSK
RSPI
SDRAM
SFR
SPI
SRAM
TFT
UART
bits per second
Controller-Area Network
Central Processing Unit
Cyclic Redundancy Check
Dual In-line Package
Direct Memory Access
Direct Memory Access Controller
On-chip Debugger
Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electrostatic Discharge
High-performance Embedded Workshop
Phillips™ Inter-Integrated Circuit Connection Bus
Interrupt Request
Liquid Crystal Display
Light Emitting Diode
Micro-controller Unit
Multifunction Timer Unit
Non Maskable Interrupt
Program Counter
Pulse Width Modulation
Renesas Starter Kit
Renesas Serial Peripheral Interface
Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory
Special Function Register
Serial Peripheral Interface
Static Random Access Memory
Thin Film Transistor
Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter
Table of Contents
1. Overview ............................................................................................................................................ 7
1.1
1.2
Purpose...................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Features ..................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2. Power Supply ..................................................................................................................................... 8
2.1
2.2
Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................ 8
Power-Up Behaviour................................................................................................................................................. 8
3. Board Layout ..................................................................................................................................... 9
3.1
3.2
3.3
Component Layout.................................................................................................................................................... 9
Board Dimensions ................................................................................................................................................... 10
Component Placement .............................................................................................................................................11
4. Connectivity ..................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1
4.2
Internal RSK Connections ...................................................................................................................................... 12
Debugger Connections ............................................................................................................................................ 13
5. User Circuitry................................................................................................................................... 14
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
Reset Circuit ........................................................................................................................................................... 14
Clock Circuit ........................................................................................................................................................... 14
Switches .................................................................................................................................................................. 14
LEDs ....................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Potentiometer .......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Debug LCD Module ............................................................................................................................................... 15
RS232 Serial Port.................................................................................................................................................... 16
I2C Bus (Inter-IC Bus) ............................................................................................................................................ 16
6. Configuration ................................................................................................................................... 17
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
6.10
6.11
Modifying the RSK ................................................................................................................................................. 17
MCU Operating Modes........................................................................................................................................... 17
ADC Configuration ................................................................................................................................................. 18
E1 Debugger Interface ............................................................................................................................................ 19
RS232 Serial Port Configuration ............................................................................................................................ 20
External Bus Configuration .................................................................................................................................... 21
IRQ & General I/O Pin Configuration .................................................................................................................... 23
User Switch Configuration...................................................................................................................................... 25
Power Supply Configuration ................................................................................................................................... 26
Clock Configuration................................................................................................................................................ 27
Debug LCD Configuration...................................................................................................................................... 27
7. Headers ............................................................................................................................................ 28
7.1
7.2
Microcontroller Ring Headers ................................................................................................................................ 28
Application Headers................................................................................................................................................ 32
8. Code Development........................................................................................................................... 35
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................. 35
Compiler Restrictions ............................................................................................................................................. 35
Mode Support.......................................................................................................................................................... 35
Debugging Support ................................................................................................................................................. 35
Address Space ......................................................................................................................................................... 36
9. Additional Information..................................................................................................................... 37
RSKRX210
RENESAS STARTER KIT
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1. Overview
1.1
Purpose
This RSK is an evaluation tool for Renesas microcontrollers. This manual describes the technical details of the
RSK hardware. The Quick Start Guide and Tutorial Manual provide details of the software installation and
debugging environment.
1.2
Features
This RSK provides an evaluation of the following features:
• Renesas microcontroller programming
• User code debugging
• User circuitry such as switches, LEDs and a potentiometer
• Sample application
• Sample peripheral device initialisation code
The RSK board contains all the circuitry required for microcontroller operation.
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2. Power Supply
2. Power Supply
2.1
Requirements
This RSK is supplied with an E1 debugger. The debugger is able to power the RSK board with up to 200mA. When
the RSK is connected to another system then that system should supply power to the RSK. All RSK and RSK+
boards have an optional centre positive supply connector using a 2.0mm barrel power jack.
Details of the external power supply requirements for the RSK, and connections are shown in Table 2-1 below.
Connector
PWR
Supply Voltages
Regulated, 5V DC
Table 2-1: Main Power Supply Requirements
The main power supply connected to PWR1 should supply a minimum of 5W to ensure full functionality.
2.2
Power-Up Behaviour
When the RSK is purchased, the RSK board has the ‘Release’ or stand-alone code from the example tutorial code
pre-programmed into the Renesas microcontroller. On powering up the board the user LEDs will start to flash.
After 200 flashes or after pressing any switch, the LEDs will flash at a rate controlled by the potentiometer.
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3. Board Layout
3. Board Layout
3.1
Component Layout
Figure 3-1 below shows the top component layout of the board.
Figure 3-1: Board Layout
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3.2
3. Board Layout
Board Dimensions
Figure 3-2 below gives the board dimensions and connector positions. All the through-hole connectors are on a
common 0.1 inch grid for easy interfacing.
Figure 3-2: Board Dimensions
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3.3
3. Board Layout
Component Placement
Figure 3-3 below shows placement of individual components on the top-side PCB. Component types and values
can be looked up using the board schematics.
Figure 3-3: Top-Side Component Placement
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4. Connectivity
4. Connectivity
4.1
Internal RSK Connections
The diagram below shows the RSK board components and their connectivity to the MCU.
Figure 4-1: Internal RSK Block Diagram
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4.2
4. Connectivity
Debugger Connections
The diagram below shows the connections between the RSK, E1 debugger and the host PC.
Figure 4-2: Debugger Connection Diagram
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5. User Circuitry
5. User Circuitry
5.1
Reset Circuit
A reset control circuit is not fitted to the RSK, as the MCU is capable of voltage and power-on detection. Resets are
handled internally, and reset switch is connected directly to nRES on the MCU (pin 10).
5.2
Clock Circuit
A clock circuit is fitted to the RSK to generate the required clock signal to drive the MCU, and associated
peripherals. Refer to the RX210 hardware manual for details regarding the clock signal requirements, and the
RSKRX210 board schematics for information regarding the clock circuitry in use on the RSK. Details of the
oscillators fitted to the RSK are listed in Table 5-1 below.
Crystal
Function
X1
Main MCU crystal.
X2
X3
Default Placement
Frequency
Device Package
Fitted
20MHz
Encapsulated, SMT
External clock oscillator
Not fitted
20MHz
Encapsulated, SMT
Real time Clock
Fitted
32.768kHz
Encapsulated, SMT
Table 5-1: Oscillators
5.3
Switches
There are four switches located on the RSK board. The function of each switch and its connection is shown in
Table 5-2. For further information regarding switch connectivity, refer to the RSKRX210 board schematics.
Switch
Function
MCU Connection
RES
When pressed, the microcontroller is reset.
nRES, Pin 10
SW1
Connects to an IRQ input for user controls.
IRQ1, Pin 19
SW2
Connects to an IRQ input for user controls.
IRQ3, Pin 17
SW3/ADTRG
Connects to an IRQ input for user controls. The switch is also connected
to an ATRG input, and is used to trigger AD conversions.
IRQ4,
Pin
16
ADTRG0n*, Pin 98
&
Table 5-2: Switch Connections
* Connected via link resistor R301
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5.4
5. User Circuitry
LEDs
There are five LEDs on the RSK board. The function of each LED, its colour, and its connections are shown in
Table 5-3.
LED
Colour
Function
MCU Connection
POWER
Green
Indicates the power status
No connection
LED0
Green
User operated LED.
P14, Pin 32
LED1
Orange
User operated LED.
P15, Pin 31
LED2
Red
User operated LED.
P16, Pin 30
LED3
Red
User operated LED.
P17, Pin 29
Table 5-3: LED Connections
5.5
Potentiometer
A single-turn potentiometer is connected as a potential divider to analogue input AN000, pin 95. The potentiometer
can be used to create a voltage between AVCC and ground (by default, AVCC is connected to the board power
supply Board_VCC).
The potentiometer is fitted to offer an easy method of supplying a variable analogue input to the microcontroller. It does
not necessarily reflect the accuracy of the controller’s ADC. Refer to the device hardware manual for further details.
5.6
Debug LCD Module
A debug LCD module is supplied with the RSK, and should be connected to the LCD header.
Care should be taken when installing the LCD module to ensure pins are not bent or damaged. The LCD module is
vulnerable to electrostatic discharge (ESD); therefore appropriate ESD protection should be used.
The debug LCD module uses a 4-bit interface to reduce pin allocation. No contrast control is provided, as this is set
by a resistor supplied on the display module. Connection information for the debug LCD module is provided in
Table 5-4 below.
Debug LCD Header
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
Ground
-
2
5V
-
3
No Connection
-
4
DLCDRS
PJ1, Pin 6
5
R/W (Pulled to ground)
-
6
DLCDE (pulled to ground)
PJ3, Pin 4
7
No Connection
-
8
No Connection
-
9
No Connection
-
10
No Connection
-
11
DLCD4
PH0, Pin 38
12
DLCD5
PH1, Pin 37
13
DLCD6
PH2, Pin 36
14
DLCD7
PH3, Pin 35
Table 5-4: LCD Header Connections
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5.7
5. User Circuitry
RS232 Serial Port
Connections between the RS232 header and the microcontroller are listed in Table 5-5 below.
SCI Signal
Function
MCU Connection
RS232 Connection
TXD0
SCI0 Transmit Signal.
P20, pin 28
Pin 2
RXD0
SCI0 Receive Signal.
P21, pin 27
Pin 3
TXD1
SCI1 Transmit Signal.
P26, pin 22
Pin 2*
RXD1
SCI1 Receive Signal.
P30, pin 20
Pin 3*
TXD9
SCI9 Transmit Signal.
PB7, pin 53
Pin 8*
RXD9
SCI9 Receive Signal.
PB6, pin 54
Pin 7*
RS232TX
External SCI Transmit Signal.
n/a
Pin 2*
RS232RX
External SCI Receive Signal.
n/a
Pin 3*
Table 5-5: Serial Port Connections
* This connection is a not available in the default RSK configuration - refer to §6 for the required modifications.
5.8
I2C Bus (Inter-IC Bus)
The RX210 features one I2C (Inter-IC Bus) interface module, which is connected to a 16Kbit EEPROM
(Electronically-Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory). Specific details of the EEPROM device and the
connections can be found in the board schematics.
This EEPROM only supports one concurrent device on a single I2C bus, as it responds to all possible addresses.
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6. Configuration
6. Configuration
6.1
Modifying the RSK
This section lists the option links that are used to modify the way RSK operates in order to access different
configurations. Configurations are made by modifying link resistors or headers with movable jumpers or by
configuration DIP switches
A link resistor is a 0Ω surface mount resistor, which is used to short or isolate parts of a circuit. Option links are
listed in the following sections, detailing their function when fitted or removed. Bold, blue text indicates the default
configuration that the RSK is supplied with. Refer to the component placement diagram (§3) to locate the option
links, jumpers and DIP switches.
When removing soldered components, always ensure that the RSK is not exposed to a soldering iron for intervals
greater than 5 seconds. This is to avoid damage to nearby components mounted on the RSK.
When modifying a link resistor, always check the related option links to ensure there is no possible signal contention or
short circuits. Because some of the MCU’s pins are multiplexed, some of the peripherals must be used exclusively.
Refer to the RX210 hardware manual and RSKRX210 board schematics for further information.
6.2
MCU Operating Modes
Table 6-1 below details the function of the jumpers associated with the MCU operating modes.
Reference
Position One
Position Two
Position Three
Related Ref.
J16
All pins open. MCU
starts in normal mode.
All pins closed. MCU starts
in CPU boot mode.
n/a
-
J18
All
pins
open.
Disconnects UB (MCU,
pin 45) to Board_VCC.
All pins closed. Connects
UB (MCU, pin 45) to
Board_VCC.
n/a
R283
Puts the MCU into Boot
Mode (SCI).
Puts the MCU into User
Boot Mode.
Table 6-1: MCU Operating Mode Jumper Settings
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6.3
6. Configuration
ADC Configuration
Table 6-2 below details the function of the option links associated with the Analogue-to-Digital circuit.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
Related Ref.
R39
Connects the MCU (AVSS0, pin 99) to
CON_AVSS.
Disconnects the MCU
pin 99) from CON_AVSS.
(AVSS0,
R62
R56
Connects the potentiometer (RV1,
pin 3) to Board_VCC.
Disconnects the potentiometer (RV1,
pin 3) from Board_VCC.
R57
R57
Connects the potentiometer (RV1, pin 3)
to CON_AVCC.
Disconnects the potentiometer
(RV1, pin 3) from CON_AVCC.
R56
R62
Connects the MCU (AVSS0, pin 99) to
GROUND.
Disconnects the MCU
pin 99) from GROUND.
(AVSS0,
R39
R72
Connects the MCU (VREFH, pin 1) to
UC_VCC.
Disconnects the MCU
pin 1) from UC_VCC.
(VREFH,
R356
R348
Connects the MCU (VREFL0, pin 94)
to GROUND.
Disconnects the MCU
pin 94) from GROUND.
(VREFL0,
R352
R349
Connects the MCU (VREFL, pin 3) to
GROUND.
Disconnects the MCU (VREFL, pin 3)
from GROUND.
R353
R350
Connects the MCU (AVCC0, pin 97) to
UC_VCC.
Disconnects the MCU
pin 97) from UC_VCC.
(AVCC0,
R354
R352
Connects the MCU (VREFL0, pin 94) to
CON_VREFL0.
Disconnects the MCU (VREFL0,
pin 94) from CON_VREFL0.
R348
R353
Connects the MCU (VREFL, pin 3) to
CON_VREFL.
Disconnects the MCU
pin 3) from CON_VREFL.
(VREFL,
R349
R354
Connects the MCU (AVCC0, pin 97) to
CON_AVCC.
Disconnects the MCU (AVCC0,
pin 97) from CON_AVCC.
R350
R355
Connects the MCU (VREFH0, pin 96) to
CON_VREFH0.
Disconnects
MCU
(VREFH0,
pin 96) from CON_VREFH0.
R357
R356
Connects the MCU (VREFH, pin 1) to
CON_VREH.
Disconnects the MCU (VREFH,
pin 1) from CON_VREF.
R72
R357
Connects the MCU (VREFH0, pin 96)
to UC_VCC.
Disconnects the MCU
pin 96) from UC_VCC.
R355
(VREFH0.
Table 6-2: ADC Option Links
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6.4
6. Configuration
E1 Debugger Interface
Table 6-3 below details the function of the option links associated with serial port configuration.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
R279
Connects SCK1 (MCU, pin 21) to the
E1 connector (pin 1).
Disconnects SCK (MCU, pin 21) from
the
E1
connector
(pin 1).
R363, R380
R280
Connects TXD1 (MCU, pin 22) to the
E1 connector (pin 5).
Disconnects TXD1 (MCU, pin 22 from
the
E1
connector
(pin 5).
R60, R362,
R344, R378
R281
Connects MODE (MCU, pin 7) to the
E1 connector (pin 7).
Disconnects MODE (MCU,
from the E1 connector (pin 7).
J16
R282
Connects RXD1 (MCU, pin 20) to the
E1 connector to the E1 connector
(pin 11).
Disconnects RXD1 (MCU, pin 20)
from the E1 connector to the E1
connector (pin 11).
pin 7)
Related Ref.
R70, R361
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6. Configuration
RS232 Serial Port Configuration
Table 6-4 below details the function of the option links associated with serial port configuration.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
R54
Connects the RS232 IC (U9, pin 9) to
the serial port (pin 7).
Disconnects the RS232 IC (U9,
pin 9) from the serial port (pin 7).
R55
R55
Connects the RS232 IC (U9, pin 8) to
the serial port (pin 8).
Disconnects the RS232 IC (U9,
pin 8) from the serial port (pin 8).
R54
R60
Connects TXD1 (MCU, pin 22) to the
RS232 IC (U9, pin 13).
Disconnects TXD1 (MCU, pin 22)
from the RS232 IC (U9, pin 13).
R150, R256,
R280, R378
R64
Connects TXD9 (MCU, pin 53) to the
RS232 IC (U9, pin 12).
Disconnects TXD9 (MCU, pin 53) to
the RS232 IC (U9, pin 12).
R81, R331
R70
Connects RXD1 (MCU, pin 20) to the
RS232 IC (U9, pin 15).
Disconnects RXD1 (MCU, pin 22)
from the RS232 IC (U9, pin 13).
R151, R257,
R282, R361
R78
Connects the RS232 IC (U9, pin 20) to
GROUND.
Disconnects the RS232 IC (U9,
pin 20) from GROUND.
R82
R81
Connects RXD9 (MCU, pin 54) to the
RS232 IC (U9, pin 10).
Disconnects RXD9 (MCU, pin 54) to
the RS232 IC (U9, pin 10).
R64, R332
R82
Connects SHDNn
Board_VCC.
Disconnects SHDNn
from Board_VCC.
R78
R150
Connects TXD0 (MCU, pin 28) to the
RS232 IC (U9, pin 13).
Disconnects TXD0 (MCU, pin 28)
from the RS232 IC (U9, pin 13).
R60, R256,
R280, R378
R151
Connects RXD0 (MCU, pin 27) to the
RS232 IC (U9, pin 15) via R365.
Disconnects RXD0 (MCU, pin 27)
from the RS232 IC (U9, pin 15).
R70, R257,
R282, R361
R255
Connects the serial port
shield to ground.
connector
Disconnects
the
serial
port
connector shield from ground.
-
R256
Connects RS232TX (JA6, pin 5) to the
RS232 IC (U9, pin 13).
Disconnects RS232TX (JA6, pin 5)
from the RS232 IC (U9, pin 13).
R60, R150,
R280, R378
R257
Connects RS232RX (JA6, pin 6) to the
RS232 IC (U9, pin 15).
Disconnects RS232RX (JA6, pin 6)
from the RS232 IC (U9, pin 15).
R70, R151,
R282, R361
(U9,
pin 20)
to
(U9,
pin 20)
Related Ref.
Table 6-4: RS232 Serial Port Option Links
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6. Configuration
External Bus Configuration
Table 6-5 below details the function of option links related to configuring the MCU’s external bus.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
Related Ref.
R309
Connects A19_MTIOC4D (MCU, pin 49)
to the application header (JA2, pin 18).
Disconnects A19_MTIOC4D (MCU,
pin 49) from the application header
(JA2, pin 18).
R310
Connects A18_MTIOC4B (MCU, pin 50)
to the application header (JA2, pin 17).
Disconnects A18_MTIOC4B (MCU,
pin 50) from the application header
(JA2, pin 17).
R311
Connects A8_MTIC5W (MCU, pin 61)
to the application header (JA6,
pin 16).
Disconnects A8_MTIC5W (MCU,
pin 61) from the application header
(JA6, pin 16).
R312
Connects A9_MTIOC0C (MCU, pin 59)
to the application header (JA2, pin 23)
via R370.
Disconnects A9_MTIOC0C (MCU,
pin 59) from the application header
(JA2, pin 23).
R313
Connects A4_MTIC5U (MCU, pin 66)
to the application header (JA6,
pin 14).
Disconnects A4_MTIC5U
(MCU,
pin 66) from the application header
(JA6, pin 14).
R314
Connects D7_POE0 (MCU, pin 79) to
the application header (JA2, pin 24).
Disconnects
D7_POE0
(MCU,
pin 79) from the application header
(JA2, pin 24).
-
R315
Connects D15_IO7 (MCU, pin 71) to
the application header (JA1, pin 22).
Disconnects D15_IO7 (MCU, pin 71)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 22).
-
R316
Connects D14_IO6 (MCU, pin 72) to
the application header (JA1, pin 21).
Disconnects D14_IO6 (MCU, pin 72)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 21).
-
R317
Connects D13_IO5 (MCU, pin 73) to
the application header (JA1, pin 20).
Disconnects D13_IO5 (MCU, pin 73)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 20).
-
R318
Connects D12_IO4 (MCU, pin 74) to
the application header (JA1, pin 19).
Disconnects D12_IO4 (MCU, pin 74)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 19).
-
R319
Connects D11_IO3 (MCU, pin 75) to
the application header (JA1, pin 18).
Disconnects D11_IO3 (MCU, pin 75)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 18).
-
R320
Connects D10_IO2 (MCU, pin 76) to
the application header (JA1, pin 17).
Disconnects D10_IO2 (MCU, pin 76)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 17).
-
R321
Connects D2_IRQ2 (MCU, pin 84) to
the application header (JA2, pin 23).
Disconnects D2_IRQ2 (MCU, pin 84)
from the application header (JA2,
pin 23).
-
R322
Connects D0_IRQ0 (MCU, pin 86) to
the application header (JA2, pin 7).
Disconnects D0_IRQ0 (MCU, pin 86)
from the application header (JA2,
pin 7).
-
R323
Connects
A11_MTIOC0A
(MCU,
pin 57) to the application header (JA2,
pin 7) via R371.
Disconnects A11_MTIOC0A (MCU,
pin 57) from the application header
(JA2, pin 7).
R371
R325
Connects A1_MTIOC0B (MCU, pin 69)
to the application header (JA2, pin 9)
via R372.
Disconnects A1_MTIOC0B (MCU,
pin 69) from the application header
(JA2, pin 9).
R372
R370
Table 6-5: External Bus Option Links (Continued Overleaf)
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Reference
6. Configuration
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
Related Ref.
R327
Connects D9_IO1 (MCU, pin 77) to the
application header (JA1, pin 16).
Disconnects D9_IO1 (MCU, pin 77)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 16).
-
R328
Connects D8_IO0 (MCU, pin 78) to the
application header (JA1, pin 15).
Disconnects D8_IO0 (MCU, pin 78)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 15).
-
R331
Connects A15_TXD9 (MCU, pin 53) to
the RS232 IC (U9, pin 12) via R64.
Disconnects
A15_TXD9
(MCU,
pin 53) from the RS232 IC (U9,
pin 12) via R64.
R64
R332
Connects A14_RXD9 (MCU, pin 54) to
the RS232 IC (U9, pin 10) via R81.
Disconnects
A14_RXD9
(MCU,
pin 54) from the RS232 IC (U9,
pin 10) via R81.
R81
R333
Connects A13_SCK9 (MCU, pin 55) to
the application header (JA6, pin 11).
Disconnects
A13_SCK9
(MCU,
pin 55) from the application header
(JA6, pin 11).
R342
Connects MTIOC4A_CS0n (MCU,
pin 24) to the application header
(JA2, pin 15).
Disconnects
MTIOC4A_CS0n
(MCU,
pin 24)
from
the
application header (JA2, pin 15).
R347
R343
Connects MTIOC4C_CS1n (MCU,
pin 23) to the application header
(JA2, pin 16).
Disconnects
MTIOC4C_CS1n
(MCU,
pin 23)
from
the
application header (JA2, pin 16).
R346
R344
Connects
TXD1_CS2n
(MCU,
pin 22) to RS232 IC (U9, pin 13)
via R60.
Disconnects TXD1_CS2n (MCU,
pin 22) from RS232 IC (U9,
pin 13).
R60, R150,
R256, R378
R366
Connects D1_IRQ1 (MCU, pin 85) to
the application header (JA2, pin 9).
Disconnects D1_IRQ1 (MCU, pin 85)
from the application header (JA2,
pin 9).
-
R367
Connects A6_MTIC5V (MCU, pin 64)
to the application header (JA6,
pin 15).
Disconnects
A6_MTIC5V
(MCU,
pin 64) from the application header
(JA6, pin 15).
R368
Connects D5_IRQ5 (MCU, pin 81) to
the application header (JA5, 10).
Disconnects D5_IRQ5 (MCU, pin 81)
from the application header (JA5, 10).
-
R369
Connects D3_IRQ3 (MCU, pin 83) to
the application header (JA1, pin 23).
Disconnects D3_IRQ3 (MCU, pin 83)
from the application header (JA1,
pin 23).
-
R377
Connects D4_IRQ4 (MCU, pin 82) to
the application header (JA5, pin 9).
Disconnects D4_IRQ4 (MCU, pin 82)
from the application header (JA5,
pin 9).
-
Table 6-5: External Bus Option Links (Continuation)
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6.7
6. Configuration
IRQ & General I/O Pin Configuration
Table 6-6 below details the function of the option links associated with IRQ and general I/O pin configuration.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
Related Ref.
R303
Connects LED1_MTCLKB (MCU,
pin 31) to the application header
(JA2, pin 26).
Disconnects
(MCU, pin
application
pin 26).
LED1_MTCLKB
31) from the
header
(JA2,
-
R304
Connects LED0_MTCLKA (MCU,
pin 32) to the application header
(JA2, pin 25).
Disconnects
LED0_MTCLKA
(MCU,
pin
32)
from
the
application header (JA2, pin 25).
-
R305
Connects DLCDE_MTIOC3C to the
application header (JA2, pin 11).
Disconnects DLCDE_MTIOC3C
from the application header
(JA2, pin 11).
R336
R306
Connects
DLCDRS_MTIOC3A
(MCU, pin 6) to the application
header (JA6, pin 13).
Disconnects DLCDRS_MTIOC3A
(MCU, pin 6) from the application
header (JA6, pin 13).
R336
R307
Connects LED3_MTIOC3B (MCU,
pin 29) to the application header
(JA2, pin 11).
Disconnects
LED3_MTIOC3B
(MCU,
pin
29)
from
the
application header (JA2, pin 11).
-
R308
Connects LED2_MTIOC3D (MCU,
pin 30) to the application header
(JA2, pin 14).
Disconnects
LED2_MTIOC3D
(MCU,
pin
30)
from
the
application header (JA2, pin 14).
-
R334
Connects LED1_MTCLKB (MCU,
pin 31) to LED1.
Disconnects
LED1_MTCLKB
(MCU, pin 31) from LED1.
-
R335
Connects LED0_MTCLKA (MCU,
32) to LED0.
Disconnects
LED0_MTCLKA
(MCU, pin 32) from LED0.
-
R336
Connects DLCDE_MTIOC3C (MCU,
pin 4) to the debug LCD connector
(LCD, pin 6).
Disconnects
DLCDE_MTIOC3C
(MCU, pin 4) from the debug LCD
connector (LCD, pin 6).
R305
R337
Connects
DLCDRS_MTIOC3A
(MCU, pin 6) to the debug LCD
connector (LCD, pin 4).
Disconnects DLCDRS_MTIOC3A
(MCU, pin 6) from the debug LCD
connector (LCD, pin 4).
R307
R338
Connects LED3_MTIOC3B (MCU,
pin 29) to LED3.
Disconnects
LED3_MTIOC3B
(MCU, pin 29) from LED3.
-
R339
Connects LED2_MTIOC3D (MCU,
pin 30) to LED2.
Disconnects
LED2_MTIOC3D
(MCU, pin 30) from LED2.
-
R351
Connects NMIn (MCU, pin 15) to
ground.
Disconnects NMIn (MCU, pin
15) from ground.
-
R364
Connects RXD0_MTIOC1B (MCU,
pin 27) to the application header
JA2, pin 23 (via R373).
Disconnects
RXD0_MTIOC1B
(MCU, pin 27) from the
application header JA2, pin 23.
R365, R373
R365
Connects RXD0_MTIOC1B (MCU,
pin 27) to the RS232 IC (U9, pin
15) via R151.
Disconnects
RXD0_MTIOC1B
(MCU, pin 27) from the RS232 IC
(U9, pin 15).
R151, R364
R370
Connects A9_MTIOC0C (MCU, pin
59) to the application header JA2,
pin 23 (via R312).
Disconnects
A9_MTIOC0C
(MCU, pin 59) from the
application header JA2, pin 23.
R312, R373,
R374
R371
Connects A11_MTIOC0A (MCU, pin
57) to the application header JA2,
pin 7 (via R232).
Disconnects
A11_MTIOC0A
(MCU, pin 57) to the application
header JA2, pin 7.
R323, R375
Table 6-6: IRQ & General I/O Option Links (continued overleaf)
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Reference
6. Configuration
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
Related Ref.
R372
Connects A1_MTIOC0B (MCU, pin
69) to the application header JA2,
pin 9 (via R325).
Disconnects
A1_MTIOC0B
(MCU, pin 69) from the
application header JA2, pin 9.
R325, R376
R373
Connects RXD0_MTIOC1B (MCU,
pin 27) to the application header
JA2, pin 23 (via R364).
Disconnects
RXD0_MTIOC1B
(MCU, pin 27) from the
application header JA2, pin 23.
R364, R370,
R374
R374
Connects D2_IRQ2 (MCU, pin 84)
to the application header JA2, pin
23 (via R321).
Disconnects D2_IRQ2 (MCU, pin
84) from the application header
JA2, pin 23.
R321
R375
Connects D0_IRQ0 (MCU, pin 86)
to the application header JA2, pin
7 (via R322).
Disconnects D0_IRQ0 (MCU, pin
86) from the application header
JA2, pin 7.
R322, R371
R376
Connects D1_IRQ1 (MCU, pin 85)
to the application header JA2, pin
9 (via R366).
Disconnects D1_IRQ1 (MCU, pin
85) from the application header
JA2, pin 9.
R366, R372
Table 6-6: IRQ & General I/O Option Links (continuation)
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6.8
6. Configuration
User Switch Configuration
Table 6-7 below details the function of the option links associated with user switches.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
R59
Connects the MCU (nRES, pin 10)
directly to the RES switch.
Disconnects the MCU (nRES, pin 10)
from the RES switch.
-
R63
Connects the switch
SW3_IRQ4 (MCU, pin 16).
to
Disconnects the switch SW3 from
ADTRG0n (MCU, pin 16).
R301
R301
Connects the switch SW3 to ADTRG0n
(MCU, pin 98).
Disconnects the switch SW3 from
the MCU (P07, pin 98).
R63
SW3
Related Ref.
Table 6-7: User Switch Option Links
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6.9
6. Configuration
Power Supply Configuration
Table 6-8 below details the function of the option links associated with power supply configuration.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
R68
Bypasses
current
jumper J14.
R76
Connects CON_5V
socket, via R102.
R83
Link Removed Configuration
measurement
Related Ref.
Allows the current consumption of the
MCU to be measured across J14.
J14
Disconnects CON_5V from the power
socket (PWR pin).
R83, R102
Connects 5V to the power socket, via
R102.
Disconnects 5V from
socket (PWR pin).
R76, R102
R102
Connects the power socket (PWR pin)
to the voltage regulator (U11, pin 3).
Connects the Power socket (PWR
pin) from the voltage regulator (U11,
pin 3).
-
R302
Connects CON_3V3 to J17, pin 2.
Disconnects CON_3V3 from J17,
pin 2.
R359
R359
Connects the voltage regulator output
(U11, pin 2) to Board_VCC (bypassing
J17).
Disconnects the voltage regulator
output
(U11,
pin 2)
from
Board_VCC (still connectable via
J17).
J17
to
the
power
the
power
Table 6-8: Power Supply Option Links
Table 6-9 below details the function of the jumpers associated with power supply configuration.
Reference
Position One
Position Two
Position Three
Related Ref.
J15*
All pins open. The
voltage regulator U11 is
set
to
supply
Board_VCC with 3.3V.
All pins closed. The voltage
regulator U11 is set to
supply Board_VCC with
1.62V.**
n/a
-
J17
All pins open. Disconnects
Board_VCC
from
the
voltage regulator U11.
(bypassed by R359 when
fitted, unfitted by default)
Pins 1 and 2 connected.
The voltage regulator U11
is
bypassed,
and
Board_VCC is supplied
directly from the power
socket (5V).
Pins
2
and
3
connected.
Board_VCC
is
connected to the
voltage
regulator
U11, supplying either
3.3V or 1.62V.
-
Table 6-9: Power Supply Jumpers
* By default, this jumper is not fitted to the RSK. The default position is therefore all pins open.
** This option will disable the debug LCD. Refer to the power supply section, §2, for further information.
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6.10
6. Configuration
Clock Configuration
Table 6-10 below details the function of the option links associated with clock configuration.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
Related Ref.
R44
Connects CON_XCOUT (J1, pin 9) to
the MCU (XCOUT, pin 9).
Disconnects CON_XCOUT (J1,
pin 9) to the MCU (XCOUT, pin 9).
R47, R293
R46
Connects the crystal X1 to the MCU
(XTAL, pin 11).
Disconnects the crystal X1 from the
MCU (XTAL, pin 11).
R299, R300
R47
Connects CON_XCIN (J1, pin 8) to the
MCU (XCIN, pin 8).
Disconnects CON_XCIN (J1, pin 8)
to the MCU (XCIN, pin 8).
R44, R293
R293
Connects the crystal X3 to the MCU
(XCOUT, pin 9).
Disconnects the crystal X3 from the
MCU
(XCOUT,
pin 9).
R44, R47
R299
Connects CON_EXTAL (J1, pin 13) to
the MCU (EXTAL, pin 13).
Disconnects
CON_EXTAL
(J1,
pin 13) from the MCU (EXTAL,
pin 13).
R46, R300
R300
Connects CON_XTAL (J1, pin 11) to the
MCU (XTAL, pin 11).
Disconnects
CON_XTAL
(J1,
pin 13) from the MCU (EXTAL,
pin 13).
R46, R229
Table 6-10: Clock Option Links
6.11
Debug LCD Configuration
Table 6-11 below details the function of the option links associated with debug LCD configuration.
Reference
Link Fitted Configuration
Link Removed Configuration
Related Ref.
R329
Connects DLCD5_TMO0 (MCU, pin 37)
to the TMO0 (JA2, pin 19).
Disconnects DLCD5_TMO0 (MCU,
pin 37) from the TMO0 (JA2, pin 19)
R340
R330
Connects SDA_TMO3 (MCU, pin 33) to
the TMO3 (JA2, pin 20).
Disconnects SDA_TMO3 (MCU, pin
33) from TMO3 (JA2, pin 20).
R341
R340
Connects DLCD5_TMO0 (MCU, pin
37) to the DLCD5 (LCD, pin 12).
Disconnects DLCD5_TMO0 (MCU,
pin 37) from the DLCD5 (LCD, pin 12)
R329
R341
Connects SDA_TMO3 (MCU, pin 33)
to the SDA (U10, pin 5).
Disconnects SDA_TMO3 (MCU, pin
33) from SDA (U10, pin 5).
R330
Table 6-11: Debug LCD Option Links
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7. Headers
7. Headers
7.1
Microcontroller Ring Headers
This RSK is fitted with MCU ring headers, which are used to access all the MCU’s pins.
Table 7-1 below lists the connections of the ring header, J1.
Ring Header J1
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
CON_VREFH
1*
2
DA0
2
3
CON_VREFL
3*
4
DLCDE_MTIOC3C
4
5
NC
nc
6
DLCDRS_MTIOC3A
6
7
MODE
7
8
CON_XCIN
8*
9
CON_XCOUT
9*
10
RESET_N
10
11
CON_XTAL
11*
12
GROUND
-
13
CON_EXTAL
13*
14
UC_VCC
-
15
NMIn
15
16
SW3_IRQ4
16
17
SW2_IRQ3
17
18
P32
18
19
SW1_IRQ1
19
20
RXD1
20
21
SCK1
21
22
TXD1_CS2n
22
23
MTIOC4C_CS1n
23
24
MTIOC4A_CS0n
24
25
CTS0RTS0
25
26
NC
nc
27
NC
nc
28
NC
nc
29
NC
nc
30
NC
nc
31
NC
nc
32
NC
nc
33
NC
nc
34
NC
nc
35
NC
nc
36
NC
nc
Table 7-1: Ring Header J1 Connections
* Connection made through option link
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7. Headers
Table 7-2 below lists the connections of the ring header, J2.
Ring Header J2
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
26
Pin
2
Circuit Net Name
RXD0_MTIOC1B
MCU Pin
1
SCK0
27
3
TXD0
28
4
LED3_MTIOC3B
29
5
LED2_MTIOC3D
30
6
LED1_MTCLKB
31
7
LED0_MTCLKA
32
8
SDA_TMO3
33
9
SCL
34
10
DLCD7
35
11
DLCD6
36
12
DLCD5_TMO0
37
13
DLCD4
38
14
nWAIT
39
15
ALE
40
16
BCLK_P53
41
17
nRD
42
18
nWR1
43
19
nWR
44
20
UB
45
21
A22
46
22
A21
47
23
A20
48
24
A19_MTIOC4D
49
25
A18_MTIOC4B
50
26
NC
nc
27
NC
nc
28
NC
nc
29
NC
nc
30
NC
nc
31
NC
nc
32
NC
nc
33
NC
nc
34
NC
nc
35
NC
nc
36
NC
nc
Table 7-2: Ring Header J2 Connections
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7. Headers
Table 7-3 below lists the connections of the ring header, J3.
Ring Header J3
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
A17
51
2
A16
52
3
A15_TXD9
53
4
A14_RXD9
54
5
A13_SCK9
55
6
A12
56
7
A11_MTIOC0A
57
8
A10
58
9
A9_MTIOC0C
59
10
UC_VCC
-
11
A8_MTIC5W
61
12
GROUND
-
13
A7
63
14
A6_MTIC5V
64
15
A5
65
16
A5_MTIC5U
65
17
A3
67
18
A2
68
19
A1_MTIOC0B
69
20
A0
70
21
D15_IO7
71
22
D14_IO6
72
23
D13_IO5
73
24
D12_IO4
74
25
D11_IO3
83
26
NC
nc
27
NC
nc
28
NC
nc
29
NC
nc
30
NC
nc
31
NC
nc
32
NC
nc
33
NC
nc
34
NC
nc
35
NC
nc
36
NC
nc
Table 7-3: Ring Header J3 Connections
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7. Headers
Table 7-4 below lists the connections of the ring header, J4.
Ring Header J4
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
D10_IO2
76
2
D9_IO1
77
3
D8_IO0
78
4
D7_POE0
79
5
D6
80
6
D5_IRQ5
81
7
D4_IRQ4
82
8
D3_IRQ3
83
9
D2_IRQ2
84
10
D1_IRQ1
85
11
D0_IRQ0
86
12
AN007
87
13
AN006
88
14
AN005
89
15
AN004
90
16
AN003
91
17
AN002
92
18
AN001
93
19
CON_VREFL0
94*
20
AD_POT
nc
21
CON_VREFH0
96*
22
AVCC
-
23
ADTRG0n
98
24
GROUND
nc
25
DA1
100
26
NC
nc
27
NC
nc
28
NC
nc
29
NC
nc
30
NC
nc
31
NC
nc
32
NC
nc
33
NC
nc
34
NC
nc
35
NC
nc
36
NC
nc
Table 7-4: Ring Header J4 Connections
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7.2
7. Headers
Application Headers
This RSK is fitted with application headers, which can be used to connect compatible Renesas application devices
or as easy access to MCU pins.
Table 7-5 below lists the connections of the application header, JA1.
Application Header JA1
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
5V
-
2
0V
-
3
3V3
-
4
0V
-
5
AVCC
-
6
AVSS
-
7
AVREF
-
8
ADTRG
-
9
AD0
95
10
AD1
93
11
AD2
92
12
AD3
91
13
DAC0
2
14
DAC1
100
15
IO_0
78
16
IO_1
77
17
IO_2
76
18
IO_3
75
19
IO_4
74
20
IO_5
73
21
IO_6
72
22
IO_7
71
23
IRQ3
83
24
IIC_EX
nc
25
IIC_SDA
33*
26
IIC_SCL
34*
Table 7-5: Application Header JA1 Connections
Table 7-6 below lists the connections of the application header, JA2.
Application Header JA2
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
RESn
10
2
EXTAL
13*
3
NMI
15
4
Vss1
-
5
WDT_OVF
nc
6
SCIaTX
28
7
IRQ0
86
8
SCIaRX
27
9
IRQ1
85
10
SCIaCK
26
11
M1_UD
4
12
CTSRTS
25
13
M1_UP
29
14
M1_UN
30
15
M1_VP
24
16
M1_VN
23
17
M1_WP
50
18
M1_WN
49
19
TMR0
37*
20
TMR1
33*
21
TRIGa
98
22
TRIGb
nc
23
IRQ2
84/59/27*
24
M1_POE
79
25
M1_TRCCLK
32
26
M1_TRDCLK
31
Table 7-6: Application Header JA2 Connections
* Connection made through option link
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7. Headers
Table 7-7 below lists the connections of the BUS application header, JA3
Bus Application Header JA3
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
A0
70
A1
A1
69
3
A2
68
4
A3
67
97
A4
66
6
A5
65
7
A6
64
8
A7
63
9
A8
61
10
A9
59
11
A10
58
12
A11
57
13
A12
56
14
A13
55
15
A14
54
16
A15
53
17
D0
86
18
D1
85
19
D2
84
20
D3
83
21
D4
82
22
D5
81
23
D6
80
24
D7
79
25
RDn
42
26
WRn
44
27
CSan
24
28
CSbn
23
29
D8
78
30
D9
77
31
D10
76
32
D11
75
33
D12
74
34
D13
73
35
D14
72
36
D15
71
37
A16
52
38
A17
51
39
A18
50
40
A19
49
41
A20
48
42
A21
47
43
A22
46
44
-
nc
45
CScn
22
46
ALE
40
Q
HWRn
43
48
LWRn
44
49
CAS
nc
50
RAS
nc
Table 7-7: Bus Application Header JA3 Connections
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7. Headers
Table 7-8 below lists the connections of the application header, JA5.
Application Header JA5
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
AD4
90
2
AD5
89
3
AD6
88
4
AD7
87
5
CAN1TX
nc
6
CAN1RX
nc
7
CAN2TX
nc
8
CAN2RX
nc
9
IRQ4
82
10
IRQ5
81
11
M2_UD
nc
12
M2_Uin
nc
13
M2_Vin
nc
14
M2_Win
nc
15
M2_Toggle
nc
16
M2_POE
nc
17
M2_TRCCLK
nc
18
M2_TRDCLK
nc
19
M2_Up
nc
20
M2_Un
nc
21
M2_Vp
nc
22
M2_Vn
nc
23
M2_W
nc
24
M2_Wn
nc
Table 7-8: Application Header JA5 Connections
Table 7-9 below lists the connections of the application header, JA6.
Application Header JA6
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
Pin
Circuit Net Name
MCU Pin
1
DREQ
NC
2
DACK
NC
3
TEND
NC
4
STBYn
NC
5
RS32TX
-
6
RS232RX
-
7
SCIbRX
20
8
SCIbTX
22
9
SCIcTX
53
10
SCIbCK
21
11
SCIcCK
55
12
SCIcRX
54
13
M1_Toggle
6
14
M1_Uin
66
15
M1_Vin
64
16
M1_Win
61
17
Reserved
nc
18
Reserved
nc
19
Reserved
nc
20
Reserved
nc
21
Reserved
nc
22
Reserved
cn
23
Unregulated_VCC
-
24
GROUND
-
Table 7-9: Application Header JA6 Connections
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8. Code Development
8. Code Development
8.1
Overview
For all code debugging using Renesas software tools, the RSK board must be connected to a PC via an E1/E20
debugger. An E1 debugger is supplied with this RSK product.
For further information regarding the debugging capabilities of the E1/E20 debuggers, refer to E1/E20 Emulator
Additional Document for User's Manual (R20UT0399EJ).
8.2
Compiler Restrictions
The compiler supplied with this RSK is fully functional for a period of 60 days from first use. After the first 60
days of use have expired, the compiler will default to a maximum of 128k code and data. To use the compiler with
programs greater than this size you need to purchase the full tools from your distributor.
The protection software for the compiler will detect changes to the system clock. Changes to the system clock back in
time may cause the trial period to expire prematurely.
8.3
Mode Support
The MCU supports Single Chip, Boot and USB Boot modes, which are configured on the RSK board. Details of the
modifications required can be found in §6. All other MCU operating modes are configured within the MCU’s
registers, which are listed in the RX210 group hardware manual.
Only ever change the MCU operating mode whilst the RSK is in reset, or turned off; otherwise the MCU may
become damaged as a result.
8.4
Debugging Support
The E1 emulator (as supplied with this RSK) supports break points, event points (including mid-execution
insertion) and basic trace functionality. It is limited to a maximum of 8 on-chip event points, 256 software breaks
and 256 branch/cycle trace. For further details, refer RX Family E1/E20 Emulator User’s Manual (R20UT0398EJ).
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8.5
8. Code Development
Address Space
Figure 8-1 below details the address space of MCU in its different operating modes. For further details, refer to the
RX210 group hardware manual.
Figure 8-1: MCU Address Space Diagram
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9. Additional Information
9. Additional Information
Technical Support
For details on how to use High-performance Embedded Workshop (HEW), refer to the HEW manual available on
the CD or from the web site.
For information about the RX210 series microcontrollers refer to the RX210 Group hardware manual.
For information about the RX assembly language, refer to the RX200 Series Software Manual.
Online technical support and information is available at: http://www.renesas.com/rskrx210
Technical Contact Details
America:
techsupport.america@renesas.com
Europe:
tools.support.eu@renesas.com
Japan:
csc@renesas.com
General information on Renesas Microcontrollers can be found on the Renesas website at:
http://www.renesas.com/
Trademarks
All brand or product names used in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective
companies or organisations.
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Limited.
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© 2011 Renesas Solutions Corp. All rights reserved.
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