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User’s Manual
SH7050 Series E6000
Supplementary Information
HS7050EPI60HE
Renesas Microcomputer
Development Environment
System
Rev.2.0 2003.06
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• Emulator station
• User system interface cables
• PC interface board
• Optional SIMM memory module
The user system or a host computer is not included in this definition.
Purpose of the Emulator Product:
This emulator product is a software and hardware development tool for systems employing the
Renesas microcomputer SH7050 series (hereafter referred to as the MCU). This emulator product
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before connecting or disconnecting any CABLES or
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do not apply an incorrect power voltage. Use only the
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Preface
Thank you for purchasing the SH7050 series E6000 emulator.
The SH7050 series E6000 emulator (hereafter referred to as the E6000) was designed as a
software and hardware development tool for systems based on Renesas's original microcomputers
SH7050 series.
The E6000 provides three 3.5-type floppy disks: three stores the HDI system (HS7040EPI60SF
disks #1 to #3).
There are three manuals for the E6000: the SH series E6000 Emulator User's Manual, this
Supplementary Information, and the HDI User's Manual. The E6000 Emulator User's Manual
describes E6000 functions common to all SH series microcomputers. This Supplementary
Information describes the functions specialized for each microcomputer supported by the SH7050
series E6000 emulator. Please read this manual before using the E6000.
To connect the E6000 to the user system, a user system interface cable for each package type is
available. For details on the user system interface cable, refer to the User System Interface Cable
User's Manual.
The following shows the related manuals:
• SH Series E6000 Emulator User's Manual (HS7000EPI60HE)
• HDI User's Manual (HS6400DIIW4SE)
• User System Interface Cable User's Manual (HS7050ECH61HE)
• The PC interface board user's manual which will be the following manuals:
ISA Bus Interface Board User's Manual (HS6000EII01HE)
PCI Bus Interface Board User's Manual (HS6000EIC01HE, HS6000EIC02HE)
PCMCIA Interface Card User's Manual (HS6000EIP01HE)
LAN Adapter (HS6000ELN01H)
• SH7010, SH7040, SH7050 SIMM Memory Module User's Manual
(HS6000EMS22HE)
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Contents
Section 1 Overview.................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Environment Conditions.................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Supported MCUs and User System Interface Cables ........................................................ 1
1.3 Operating Voltage and Frequency Specifications ............................................................. 3
Section 2 User System Interface ................................................................................................ 5
2.1 Signal Protection ............................................................................................................... 5
2.2 User System Interface Circuits.......................................................................................... 5
Section 3 Notes on Use.............................................................................................................. 9
3.1 I/O Register Differences between Actual MCU and E6000.............................................. 9
3.2 Access to the Reserved Area............................................................................................. 9
3.3 Use of Internal RAM Area and Internal ROM Area ......................................................... 9
3.4 Support of Flash Memory ................................................................................................. 9
Section 4 HDI Parameters.......................................................................................................... 10
4.1 Address Areas ................................................................................................................... 10
4.2 Access Status..................................................................................................................... 11
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Figures
Figure 2.1
Figure 2.2
Figure 2.3
Figure 2.4
Figure 2.5
Figure 2.6
Figure 2.7
Default User System Interface Circuit......................................................................6
User System Interface Circuit for Mode Pins........................................................... 6
User System Interface Circuit for RES, NMI, and HSTBY ..................................... 6
User System Interface Circuit for PH0/AN0-PH15/AN15.......................................7
User System Interface Circuit for IRQ0–IRQ7 and WDTOVF ............................... 7
User System Interface Circuit for AVcc, AVss, and Avref...................................... 8
User System Interface Circuit for XTAL and EXTAL ............................................ 8
Tables
Table 1.1
Table 1.2
Table 1.3
Table 1.4
Table 1.5
Table 4.1
Table 4.2
Environment Conditions........................................................................................... 1
User System Interface Cables for SH7050 ............................................................... 2
SIMM Memory Modules for SH7010, SH7040, and SH7050 ................................. 2
Operating Voltage and Frequency Specifications.....................................................3
Clock Selections for E6000 SH7050 Emulator ........................................................4
Address Area Parameters.......................................................................................... 10
Bus Status Parameters...............................................................................................11
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Section 1 Overview
The SH7050 series E6000 emulator (hereafter referred to as the E6000) is an efficient software
and hardware development support tool for application systems using Renesas's original
microcomputers SH7050 series.
1.1
Environment Conditions
Table 1.1
Environment Conditions
Item
Specifications
Temperature
Operating: +10 to +35°C
Storage: –10 to +50°C
Humidity
Operating: 35 to 80% RH; no condensation
Storage: 35 to 80% RH; no condensation
Ambient gases
No corrosive gases
AC Power supply voltage
100 V to 240 V AC ±5%
50/60 Hz
0.6 A max.
AC input cable*
HS7050EPI60H
HS7050EPI60HB
100 V-120 V (UL)
200 V-240 V (BS)
User system voltage (UVcc)
Depends on the target MCU within the range 4.5 V to 5.5 V
Note: HS7050EPI60H must be used at AC100 V-120 V input voltage.
HS7050EPI60HB must be used at AC200 V-240 V input voltage.
1.2
Supported MCUs and User System Interface Cables
Tables 1.2 to 1.3 show the correspondence between the MCUs, the user system interface cables,
and the SIMM memory modules supported by the E6000.
SH7050 Series:
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Table 1.2
User System Interface Cables for SH7050
MCU Type
Number
HD6437050F20
HD64F7050SF20
HD64F7051SF20
Table 1.3
Package
E6000 User System Interface Cables
168-pin QFP
(FP-168)
HS7050ECH61H
SIMM Memory Modules for SH7010, SH7040, and SH7050
SIMM Memory Modules
Memory Size
HS6000EMS21H
2.5 Mbytes
HS6000EMS22H
6.5 Mbytes
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MCU Type
Number
HD6437050F20
HD64F7050SF20
HD64F7051SF20
1.3
Operating Voltage and Frequency Specifications
Table 1.4 shows examples of the MCU operating voltage and frequency specifications supported
by the E6000. Some MCUs do not guarantee low-power and high-frequency operations.
Table 1.4
Operating Voltage and Frequency Specifications
MCU Types
Operating Voltage (Vcc) (V)
Operating Frequency (φ) (MHz)
HD6437050F20
HD64F7050SF20
HD64F7051SF20
4.5-5.5
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NOTE
For details on the operating voltage and frequency
specifications, refer to the MCU hardware manual.
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In the E6000, clock can be selected as shown in table 1.5 by using the Configuration window or
the Clock command.
Select the clock from a range between 4 MHz to the maximum operation frequency φ (MHz) (see
table 1.4). (If the frequency will not become 4 MHz or more due to the settings of the input clock
and clock multiplication, an error will occur.)
Table 1.5
Clock Selections for E6000 SH7050 Emulator
Configuration
Window Setting
Command
Item
Command Name
Parameter
Option name
Parameter
Notes
Input clock
Clock
8MHz
Clock Rate
8MHz
Initial value
Clock
multiplication
Clock division
Note:
Clock Mode
Clock Divisor
8.25MHz
8.25MHz
10MHz
10MHz
Target
Target
Initial value at user
system connection
PLL × 1
Initial value
×1
Clock Mode
×2
PLL × 2
×4
PLL × 4
Target*
Target*
Initial value at user
system connection
1
Initial value
1
Clock Divisor
2
2
4
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*When Target is selected for the parameter of the clock multiplication, the clock multiplication
follows the setting of the mode pins (MD3 and MD2) on the user system.
NOTE
The clock specified by the HDI Clock command or
through the Configuration window is divided or multiplied and
becomes the system clock (φ). Therefore system clock (φ) is
10 MHz when Target is selected for clock input, and a 20 MHz
crystal oscillator is connected to EXTAL, and division is 2 and
multiplication is 1.
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Section 2 User System Interface
All user system interface signals are directly connected to the MCU in the E6000 with no buffering
except for those listed below which are connected to the MCU through control circuits:
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2.1
NMI
RES
MD3, MD2, MD1, MD0
EXTAL
HSTBY
WDTOVF
Signal Protection
All user system interface signals are protected from over- or under-voltage by use of diode arrays
except for the AVcc.
Pull-up resistors are connected to the port signals except for the analog port signals.
The Vcc pins (except for the AVcc pin) at the head of the user system interface cable are
connected together. The E6000 monitors this and determines whether the user system is
connected.
2.2
User System Interface Circuits
The interface circuit between the MCU in the E6000 and the user system has a signal delay of
about 8 ns due to the user system interface cable and it includes pull-up resistors. Therefore, highimpedance signals will be pulled up to the high level. When connecting the E6000 to a user
system, adjust the user system hardware to compensate for propagation delays.
The following diagrams show the interface signal circuits.
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Default:
Figure 2.1 Default User System Interface Circuit
Mode Pins (MD3, MD2, MD1 and MD0): The mode pins are only monitored. The operation
modes and clock modes depend on the HDI settings.
Figure 2.2 User System Interface Circuit for Mode Pins
RES, NMI and HSTBY: The RES, NMI, and HSTBY signals are input to the MCU through the
emulator control circuit. The rising/falling time of these signals must be 8 ns/V or less.
Figure 2.3 User System Interface Circuit for RES, NMI, and HSTBY
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PH0/AN0-PH15/AN15:
Figure 2.4 User System Interface Circuit for PH0/AN0-PH15/AN15
IRQ0–IRQ7 and WDTOVF: The IRQ0 to IRQ7 and WDTOVF signals are input to the MCU
and also to the trace acquiring circuit. Therefore, the rising and falling time of these signals must
be within 8 ns/v or shorter.
Figure 2.5 User System Interface Circuit for IRQ0–IRQ7 and WDTOVF
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AVcc, AVss, and AVref:
Figure 2.6 User System Interface Circuit for AVcc, AVss, and Avref
XTAL and EXTAL:
Figure 2.7 User System Interface Circuit for XTAL and EXTAL
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Section 3 Notes on Use
3.1
I/O Register Differences between Actual MCU and E6000
In the E6000, one evaluation chip emulates several types of MCU. Therefore, there are some
differences in I/O registers between an actual MCU and the E6000. Note these differences when
accessing the I/O registers.
I/O port is in the input state at default. The I/O register contents indicate the emulator port status.
When the user system interface cable is not connected, the read value is 1 due to the emulator's
pull-up resistors.
In E6000, accesses to the following registers for controlling the flash memory are invalid.
• RAM emulation register (RAMER: H'FFFF8628)
• Flash memory control register 1 (FLMCR1: H'FFFF8580)
• Flash memory control register 2 (FLMCR2: H'FFFF8581)
• Block register 1 (EBR1: H'FFFF8582)
3.2
Access to the Reserved Area
Reserved area cannot be accessed in the actual MCU.
3.3
Use of Internal RAM Area and Internal ROM Area
The internal ROM size of the MCU is 128 kbytes or 256 kbytes; however, the E6000 has 256
kbytes of ROM. The internal RAM size of the MCU is 6 kbytes or 10 kbytes; however, the
E6000 has 10 kbytes of RAM.
3.4
Support of Flash Memory
The E6000 does not emulate the flash memory control operation in the MCU.
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Section 4 HDI Parameters
4.1
Address Areas
Table 4.1 lists the parameters for address areas (Area) that can be specified with HDI command
line interface or displayed as trace results.
Table 4.1
Address Area Parameters
HDI Parameter
(Trace Display)
Address Area
Description
ROM
(ROM)
Internal ROM
MCU's internal ROM, which can be read
but cannot be written to.
RAM
(RAM)
Internal RAM
MCU's internal RAM, which can be read
and written to.
IO
(I/O)
Internal I/O registers
MCU's internal I/O register area.
CACHE
(Cache)
Internal cache
MCU's internal cache area.
TAR16
(Tar16)
User memory
(16-bit bus)
16-bit bus user area.
TAR8
(Tar8)
User memory
(8-bit bus)
8-bit bus user area.
EMU16
(Tar16)
Emulation memory
(16-bit bus)
16-bit bus emulation memory.
EMU8
(Emu8)
Emulation memory
(8-bit bus)
8-bit bus emulation memory.
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4.2
Access Status
Table 4.2 lists the parameters for bus status (bus) that can be specified with HDI command line
interface or displayed as trace results.
Table 4.2
Bus Status Parameters
HDI Parameter
(Trace Display)
Bus Status
Description
DMAC
(DMAC)
On-chip DMAC
Access by the MCU's DMAC
CACHE
(Cache)
Cache fill
MCU internal cache fill cycle
DATA
(Data)
CPU data access
Data access for instruction execution by
the CPU
PROG
(Prog)
CPU instruction fetch
Instruction fetch access by the CPU
SLEEP_DMAC
(Sleep: DMAC)
Sleep status
DMAC cycle was generated in sleep
mode.
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SH7050 Series E6000 Supplementary Information
Publication Date: Rev.2.00, June 26, 2003
Published by:
Sales Strategic Planning Div.
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