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User’s Manual
H8/3854 Series TFP-100G
User System Interface Cable (HS3854ECN61H)
for E6000 Emulator
User’s Manual
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Preface
Thank you for purchasing this user system interface cable (HS3854ECN61H) for the Renesas’s
original microcomputer H8/3854 series.
The HS3854ECN61H is a user system interface cable that connects an H8/300L series E6000
emulator (HS3L08EPI60H; hereinafter referred to as the emulator) through the expansion board to
the IC socket for a TFP-100G package for the H8/3854 series MCU on the user system.
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Contents
Section 1
Configuration....................................................................................1
Section 2 Connection Procedures ......................................................................3
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Connecting User System Interface Cable to Expansion Board......................................... 3
Connecting User System Interface Cable to User System ................................................ 5
2.2.1 Installing IC Socket ............................................................................................. 5
2.2.2 Soldering IC Socket ............................................................................................. 5
2.2.3 Inserting Cable Head ........................................................................................... 6
2.2.4 Fastening Cable Head .......................................................................................... 6
2.2.5 Fastening Cable Body.......................................................................................... 8
Recommended Dimensions for User System Mount Pad ................................................. 9
Dimensions for User System Interface Cable Head.......................................................... 10
Resulting Dimensions after Connecting User System Interface Cable ............................. 11
Section 3 Installing the MCU to the User System.............................................12
Section 4 Verifying Operation...........................................................................14
Section 5 Notice ................................................................................................16
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Section 1
Configuration
CAUTION
Use an NQPACK100SE socket (manufactured by
Tokyo Eletech Corporation) for the TFP-100G package
IC socket on the user system.
Figure 1 shows the configuration of the HS3854ECN61H user system interface cable for the
TFP-100G package.
Figure 1 HS3854ECN61H User System Interface Cable
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Table 1 lists the HS3854ECN61H components. Please make sure you have all of these components
when unpacking.
Table 1
HS3854ECN61H Components
No. Component
Quantity
Remarks
1
Cable body
1
Flat cable
2
Cable head
1
3
IC socket
1
For the TFP-100G package
4
Socket cover
1
For installing an TFP-100G packaged MCU
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Screws (M2.0 x 10 mm)
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For fastening cable head
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Screws (M2.0 x 6 mm)
4
For installing an TFP-100G packaged MCU
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Documentation
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User’s manual for HS3854ECN61H (this manual)
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Section 2 Connection Procedures
2.1
Connecting User System Interface Cable to Expansion Board
WARNING
Observe the precautions listed below. Failure to do so
will result in a FIRE HAZARD and will damage the user
system and the emulator product or will result in
PERSONAL INJURY. The USER PROGRAM will be
LOST.
1. Always switch OFF the user system and the emulator
product before the USER SYSTEM INTERFACE CABLE
is connected to or removed from any part. Before
connecting, make sure that pin 1 on both sides are
correctly aligned.
2. The user system interface cable dedicated to the
emulator must be used.
To connect the cable body to the emulator station, follow the instructions below.
1. Make sure the user system and emulator station are turned off.
CAUTION
When connecting or removing the user system interface
cable, apply force only in the direction suitable for
connection or removal, while making sure not to bend or
twist the cable or connectors. Otherwise, the connectors
will be damaged. The user system interface cable must be
connected to an H8/300L Series E6000 emulator through the
H8/3854 Series expansion board. Do not connect the user
system interface cable directly to the E6000 emulator.
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2. [1] After making sure the direction of the expansion board connector labeled E6000
EMULATOR is correct, firmly insert the expansion board connector into the emulator
station connector ([1] in figure 2).
[2] Connect the expansion board labeled USER INTERFACE CABLE and the user system
interface cable body.
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Figure 2 Connecting User System Interface Cable to Expansion Board
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2.2
Connecting User System Interface Cable to User System
WARNING
Always switch OFF the user system and the emulator
product before the USER SYSTEM INTERFACE CABLE
is connected to or removed from any part. Before
connecting, make sure that pin 1 on both sides are correctly
aligned. Failure to do so will result in a FIRE HAZARD and
will damage the user system, the emulator product, and the
expansion board or will result in PERSONAL
INJURY. The USER PROGRAM will be LOST.
To connect the cable head to the user system, follow the instructions below.
2.2.1
Installing IC Socket
After checking the location of pin 1 on the IC socket, apply epoxy resin adhesive to the bottom of
the IC socket for an TFP-100G package, and fasten it to the user system before soldering.
2.2.2
Soldering IC Socket
After fastening, solder the IC socket for an TFP-100G package to the user system. Be sure to
completely solder the leads so that the solder slops gently over the leads and forms solder fillets.
(Use slightly more solder than the MCU.)
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2.2.3
Inserting Cable Head
CAUTION
Check the location of pin 1 before inserting.
Align pin 1 on the IC socket for an TFP-100G package on the user system with pin 1 on the user
system interface cable head, and insert the user system interface cable head into the IC socket on the
user system, as shown in figure 3.
2.2.4
Fastening Cable Head
CAUTION
1. Use a screwdriver whose head matches the screw head.
2. The tightening torque must be 0.054 N•m or less.
If the applied torque cannot be accurately measured,
stop tightening when the force required to turn the screw
becomes significantly greater than that needed when first
tightening. If a screw is tightened too much, the screw
head may break or an IC socket contact error may be
caused by a crack in the IC socket solder.
3. If the emulator does not operate correctly, cracks might
have occurred in the solder. Check conduction with
a tester and re-solder the IC socket if necessary.
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Fasten the user system interface cable head to the IC socket for an TFP-100G package on the user
system with the four screws (M2.0 x 10 mm) provided. Each screw should be tightened a little at a
time, alternating between screws on opposing corners. Take special care, such as manually securing
the IC socket soldered area, to prevent the soldered IC socket from being damaged by
overtightening the screws or twisting the components.
Figure 3 Connecting User System Interface Cable to User System
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2.2.5
Fastening Cable Body
Connect the cable body to the cable head.
Cable body
Removing
Push the remove jig
Remove jig
Cable head
User system
Figure 4 Fastening Cable Body
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2.3
Recommended Dimensions for User System Mount Pad
Figure 5 shows the recommended dimensions for the mount pad (footprint) for the user system with
an IC socket for an TFP-100G package (NQPACK100SE: manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation). Note that the dimensions in figure 5 are somewhat different from those of the actual
chip's mount pad.
Figure 5 Recommended Dimensions for Mount Pad
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2.4
Dimensions for User System Interface Cable Head
The dimensions for the user system interface cable head are shown in figure 6.
Figure 6 Dimensions for User System Interface Cable Head
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2.5
Resulting Dimensions after Connecting User System Interface Cable
The resulting dimensions, after connecting the user system interface cable head to the user system,
are shown in figure 7.
Figure 7 Resulting Dimensions after Connecting User System Interface Cable
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Section 3 Installing the MCU to the User System
CAUTION
1. Check the location of pin 1 before inserting.
2. Use a screwdriver whose head matches the screw head.
3. The tightening torque must be 0.054 N•m or less.
If the applied torque cannot be accurately measured,
stop tightening when the force required to turn the screw
becomes significantly greater than that needed when first
tightening. If a screw is tightened too much, the screw
head may break or an IC socket contact error may be
caused by a crack in the IC socket solder.
4. If the MCU does not operate correctly, cracks might have
occurred in the solder. Check conduction with a tester
and re-solder the IC socket if necessary.
Check the location of pin 1 before inserting the MCU into the IC socket on the user system, as
shown in figure 8. After inserting the MCU, fasten the socket cover with the provided four screws
(M2.0 x 6 mm). Take special care, such as manually securing the IC socket soldered area, to prevent
the IC socket from being damaged by overtightening the screws or twisting the components.
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Figure 8 Installing MCU to User System
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Section 4 Verifying Operation
1. When using the H8/300L series E6000 emulator (HS3L08EPI60H), turn on the emulator
according to the procedures described in the H8/300 Series E6000 Emulator User's Manual
(HS3008EPI60HE).
2. Verify the user system interface cable connections by accessing ports and checking the bus
states of the pins. If an error is detected, recheck the soldered IC socket and the location of pin
1.
3. The emulator connected to this user system interface cable supports two kinds of clock sources:
an emulator internal clock and an external clock on the user system, for the MCU clock and
subclock. For details, refer to the H8/300, 300L series E6000 Emulator User's Manual
(HS3008EPI60HE).
 To use the emulator internal clock
Select the clock in the emulator station as the system clock (φ) and the subclock
(φw), by using the CLOCK command (emulator command).
 To use the external clock on the user system as the system clock
Select external clock t2 with the CLOCK command (emulator command). Supply the
external clock from the user system to the emulator by inputting the external clock from the
OSC1 terminal on the cable head or connecting a crystal oscillator to the OSC1 and OSC2
terminals. When a crystal oscillator is inserted into the OSC1 and OSC2 terminals for the
system clock, the clock is generated by the oscillator circuits shown in figure 9. To input an
external clock from the OSC1 terminal, input clock pulses satisfying the specifications
described in the MCU hardware manual. The system clock (φ) frequency is half of the
external clock frequency. For details, refer to section 4, Clock Pulse Generator in the
H8/3857 Series, H8/3857F-ZTAT™, H8/3854 Series, H8/3854F-ZTAT™ Hardware
Manual.
 To use the external clock on the user system as the subclock
Select target clock (sub t) with the CLOCK command (emulator command). Supply the
external clock from the user system to the emulator. To input an external subclock from the
user system, input clock pulses satisfying the specifications shown in figure 9 into the X1
terminal. The oscillator circuits on the user system interface cable cannot generate external
subclock pulses by using the crystal oscillator connected to the user system.
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Figure 9 shows the system clock oscillator on the user system interface cable and the subclock input
specifications.
Figure 9 System Clock Oscillator and Subclock Input Specifications
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Section 5 Notice
1. Make sure that pin 1 on the user system IC socket is correctly aligned with pin 1 on the cable
head before inserting the cable head into the user system IC socket.
2. The dimensions of the recommended mount pad for the user system IC socket are different from
those of the MCU.
3. To avoid breaking wires in the cable body, do not place heavy or sharp metal objects on the user
system interface cable.
4. While the emulator station is connected to the user system with the user system interface cable,
force must not be applied to the cable head. Position the emulator station, user system interface
cable, and user system as shown in figure 10.
Figure 10 User System Interface Cable Location Example
5. The P1 and P4 short connector is used for testing. Do not remove the inserted jumper pin.
Figure 11 P1 and P4 Short Connector
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