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APPLICATION NOTE
4514 Group, 4519 Group
Differences between 4514 Group and 4519 Group
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Differences between 4514 Group and 4519 Group
Parameter
CPU
TABP instruction
4514 Group
*1
Minimum instruction execution time
I/O port
D
*2
4519 Group
Low-order 8 bits of 10 bits data in ROM
All 10 bits data in ROM can be referred.
can be referred. (Register A,B)
(Register A,B,D)
0.75 μs(f(XIN)=4.0 MHz)
0.5 μs(f(XIN)=6.0 MHz)
N-channel open-drain output
N-channel open-drain output / CMOS
Input voltage : VSS to 12 V
output selectable
Input voltage : VSS to VDD
P0
N-channel open-drain output
P1
N-channel open-drain output
N-channel open-drain output / CMOS
output selectable
N-channel open-drain output / CMOS
output selectable
P2
Input port
I/O port
P5
CMOS output
N-channel open-drain output / CMOS
output selectable
P6
-
P6 can be also used as analog input
pins.
*3
Timer
P0, P1 pull-up transistor control
2-port unit
1 port unit
Input control of INT0 and INT1
-
Available
Prescaler
Prescaler(divided by 4/divided by 16)
8-bit programmable timer
Count source
ORCLK
INSTCK, ORCLK, XIN, CNTR0
Timer 1 count auto-stop circuit
-
Available
Period measurement function
-
Available
T1UDF, ORCLK, CNTR0, WDTUDF
T1UDF, ORCLK, STCK, PWMOUT
Timer 1
pulse width measurement function
Timer 2
Count source
*4
Timer 3
Count source
T2UDF, ORCLK
T2UDF, ORCLK, CNTR1, PWMOUT
Timer 3 count auto-stop circuit
-
Available
PWM output function
Timer 4
-
Available
Count source
*5
T3UDF, ORCLK, CNTR1
ORCLK/2, XIN
Reload register
*6
1 (R4)
2(R4L, R4H)
-
Available
Timer 2 count source
Timer 1 count source
(Rising edge)
(Rising edge / falling edge selectable)
T1UDF/2
T1UDF/2
AND signal of T1UDF/2 and T2UDF/2
T2UDF/2
Timer 4 count source
Timer 3 count source
(Rising edge)
(Rising edge / falling edge selectable)
T3UDF/2
PWM output (Timer 4)
PWM output function
CNTR0 input
CNTR0 output
CNTR1 input
CNTR1 output
AND signal of T3UDF/2 and T4UDF/2
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Parameter
Timer
Watchdog timer
4514 Group
At reset
*7
4519 Group
Invalid at reset.
Valid at reset.
Watchdog timer becomes valid when
Watchdog timer becomes invalid when
WRST instruction is executed.
DWDT and WRST instructions are
executed continuously.
WRST instruction
*7
WRST instruction
(WDF1) <- 0 (WEF) <- 1
(WDF1) =1? After skipping, (WDF1) <- 0
Executed until 32766 machine cycles
Executed until 65534 machine cycles
Invalid after system returns from RAM
Valid after system returns from RAM
back-up mode
back-up mode
3.0 V to 5.5 V
2.0 V to 5.5 V (MASK ROM) , 3.0 V to 5.5
execution period
RAM back-up
A/D converter
Supply voltage
*8
V (One Time PROM)
A/D conversion clock (ADCK)
INSTCK/6
INSTCK/6 , INSTCK/12 , INSTCK/24 ,
INSTCK/48
f(RING)/6 , f(RING)/12 , f(RING)/24 ,
f(RING)/48
Pin function
AIN0 to AIN3
*9
Analog input-only pin
Pin function is switched to analog input or
(AIN0/CMP0- to AIN3/CMP1+)
port input/output. (P60/AIN0 to P63/AIN3)
Port input/output function is active even
Pin function is switched to analog input or
when analog pin functions are selected.
port input/output.
A/D conversion time
62 machine cycles
2 machine cycles+10/f(ADCK)
Comparator comparison time
8 machine cycles
2 machine cycles+1/f(ADCK)
Available
-
External , INSTCK/8 , INSTCK/4
External , INSTCK/8, INSTCK/4,
P40/AIN4 to P43/AIN7 *9
Voltage
comparator
Serial I/O
Synchronous clock
INSTCK/2
Reset
Port function selected
Selected from 2 patterns.
Reset release timing
System is released from reset after f(XIN) System is released from reset after
counts 16892 to 16895 times.
f(RING) counts 120 to 144 times.
-
Available
-
Available
Pull-up transistor in RESET pin
-
Available
Operation state
Stop
Stop
Built-in power-on reset circuit
SRST instruction
Voltage drop
Selected from 4 patterns.
detection circuit
*10
VDCE pin = “L”
VDCE pin = “H”
Detection voltage hysteresis
RAM back-up
External wakeup
mode
signal valid
waveform
At CPU operating : operation
At CPU operating : operation
At RAM back-up : stop
At RAM back-up : operation
-
Available ( typ. 0.2V)
P0
*11
falling edge
H leve/L level and Rising edge / falling
P1
*11
falling edge
L level
INT0, INT1
*11
H/L level
H leve/L level and Rising edge / falling
edge selectable
edge selectable
*12 INT0, INT1 wakeup function
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Parameter
Clock control
4514 Group
4519 Group
On-chip oscillator
-
Available
Main clock
Ceramic resonator
Ceramic resonator/RC oscillation /
System clock
High-speed mode: f(XIN)
quartz-crystal oscillation
Middle-speed mode: f(XIN)/2
Through mode : f(XIN), f(RING)
Frequency divided by 2 mode : f(XIN)/2,
f(RING)/2
Frequency divided by 4 mode :f(XIN)/4,
f(RING)/4
Frequency divided by 8 mode :f(XIN)/8,
*12
f(RING)/8
Supply voltage
Electrical
characteristics
RAM back-up voltage
*
2.0 V to 5.5 V(MASK ROM)
1.8 V to 5.5 V(MASK ROM)
Depends on operating mode.
Depends on operating mode.
1.8 V(MASK ROM), 2.0 V(One Time
1.6 V(MASK ROM), 2.0V(One Time
PROM)
PROM)
1. Register D is changed.
2. The maximum value of input voltage is VDD.
3. According to the difference of I/O pin structure, the setting of unused pins may be different.
4. In the 4519 Group, CNTR0 input is a timer 1 count source, and there is no underflow count function
of a watchdog timer.
5. In the 4519 Group, CNTR1 input is a timer 3 count source.
6. T4AB instruction becomes storing in R4L, not in timer 4
7. At reset, a watchdog function becomes valid and the function of a WRST instruction differs from the
4514 Group.
8. The supply voltage value is guaranteed accurately under the -20ºC to 85ºC condition.
9. The pin set as the analog input does not function as a port.
10. The cold start by program is possible.
11. The valid waveform of a wakeup signal can be selected.
12. State transition has changed by difference of an oscillation circuit.
Moreover, super low consumption current operation is possible by operating system by the onchip oscillator or quartz-crystal oscillation (32kHz).
The above table shows difference, some specifications and standards, not for all.
Moreover, fundamentally, the specification of each function is strengthened and register ability also differs.
Be sure to refer to the data sheet as for the latest detailed specification and an electrical characteristics.
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Reference Document
Data Sheet
4519 Group Datasheet
4513/4514 Group Datasheet
(Use the most recent version of the document on the Renesas Technology Web site.)
User's Manual
4519 Group User's Manual
4513/4514 Group User’s Manual
(Use the most recent version of the document on the Renesas Technology Web site.)
Technical News/Technical Update
(Use the most recent version of the document on the Renesas Technology Web site.)
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Revision History
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Date
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Summary
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Add parameter of Voltage drop detection circuit
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