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User’s Manual
SH7018 Series TFP-100B
User System Interface Cable
(HS7018EWN61H) for E6000 Emulator
User’s Manual
Rev.1.0 2002.07
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
READ FIRST
• READ this user's manual before using this user system interface cable.
• KEEP the user's manual handy for future reference.
Do not attempt to use the user system interface cable until you fully understand its
mechanism.
User System Interface Cable:
Throughout this document, the term "user system interface cable" shall be defined as the
following product produced only by Hitachi, Ltd. excluding all subsidiary products.
• User system interface cable (HS7018EWN61H)
The user system or a host computer is not included in this definition.
Purpose of the User System Interface Cable:
This user system interface cable is for connecting the emulator station and user system. This
user system interface cable must only be used for the above purpose.
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attempt to use the user system interface cable until you fully understand its mechanism.
It is highly recommended that first-time users be instructed by users that are well versed in the
operation of the user system interface cable.
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OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR
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USER SYSTEM INTERFACE CABLE, THE USE OF ANY USER
SYSTEM INTERFACE CABLE, OR ITS DOCUMENTATION,
EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY STATED OTHERWISE IN THIS
WARRANTY, THIS USER SYSTEM INTERFACE CABLE IS SOLD
"AS IS ", AND YOU MUST ASSUME ALL RISK FOR THE USE
AND RESULTS OBTAINED FROM THE USER SYSTEM
INTERFACE CABLE.
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SAFETY PAGE
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DEFINITION OF SIGNAL WORDS
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal
injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION
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WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
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NOTE emphasizes essential information.
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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. Do not repair or remodel the emulator product by
yourself for electric shock prevention and quality
assurance.
2. Always switch OFF the E6000 emulator and user system
before connecting or disconnecting any CABLES or
PARTS.
3. Always before connecting any CABLES, make sure that
pin 1 on both sides are correctly aligned.
4. If cables are connected incorrectly, the power pins will be
short circuited in the following way:
90˚ rotation
25 (Vss)
55 (PVcc)
99 (Avcc)
100 (Vcc)
30 (Vcc)
74 (Vcc)
180˚ rotation
15 (Vcc)
39 (Vcc)
65 (Vss)
89 (Vss)
270˚ rotation
30 (Vcc)
74 (Vcc)
100 (Vcc)
55 (Pvcc)
99 (Avcc)
25 (Vss)
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Preface
Thank you for purchasing this user system interface cable (HS7018EWN61H) for the Hitachi’s
original microcomputer SH7018 series.
The HS7018EWN61H is a user system interface cable that connects an SH7010 series E6000
emulator (HS7010EPI60H; hereinafter referred to as the emulator) to the IC socket for a TFP100B package for the SH7018 series MCU on the user system.
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Contents
Section 1
Configuration....................................................................................1
Section 2 Environmental Conditions.................................................................3
2.1
Setting Operating Voltage and Operating Frequency ....................................................... 3
Section 3 Product Specifications .......................................................................4
Section 4 User Interface Specifications .............................................................5
4.1
User System Interface Circuit ........................................................................................... 5
Section 5 Notes on Emulation ...........................................................................8
5.1
5.2
Setting Internal ROM........................................................................................................ 8
Setting Pin Function Controller ........................................................................................ 8
Section 6 Connection Procedures ......................................................................9
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Connecting User System Interface Cable to Emulator Station .......................................... 9
Connecting User System Interface Cable to User System................................................. 11
6.2.1 Installing IC Socket.............................................................................................. 11
6.2.2 Soldering IC Socket ............................................................................................. 11
6.2.3 Inserting Cable Head............................................................................................ 12
6.2.4 Fastening Cable Head .......................................................................................... 12
6.2.5 Fastening Cable Body .......................................................................................... 14
Recommended Dimensions for User System Mount Pad.................................................. 15
Dimensions for User System Interface Cable Head .......................................................... 16
Resulting Dimensions after Connecting User System Interface Cable .............................. 17
Section 7 Installing the MCU to the User System .............................................18
Section 8 Verifying Operation...........................................................................20
Section 9 Notice.................................................................................................21
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Section 1 Configuration
CAUTION
Use an IC149-100-054-B51 socket (manufactured by
YAMAICHI ELECTRONICS Co., Ltd.) for the TFP-100B
package IC socket on the user system.
Figure 1 shows the configuration of the HS7018EWN61H user system interface cable for the
TFP-100B package.
Figure 1 HS7018EWN61H User System Interface Cable
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Table 1 lists the HS7018EWN61H components. Please make sure you have all of these
components when unpacking.
Table 1
HS7018EWN61H Components
No. Component
Quantity
1
Cable body
1
2
Cable head
1
3
IC socket
1
For the TFP-100B package
4
Socket cover
1
For installing a TFP-100B-packaged MCU
5
Screws (M2.6 x 12 mm)
4
For fastening cable head (with four flat washers)
6
Screws (M2.6 x 6 mm)
4
For installing a TFP-100B-packaged MCU (with
four flat washers)
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Documentation
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User’s manual for HS7018EWN61H (this
manual)
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Remarks
Section 2 Environmental Conditions
Maintain the conditions in table 2 when using the emulator.
Table 2
Environmental Conditions
Item
Specifications
Temperature
Operating: +10 to +35°C
Storage: -10 to +35°C
Humidity
Operating: 35 to 80% RH, no condensation
Storage: 35 to 80% RH, no condensation
Vibration
Operating: 2.45 m/s max.
Storage: 4.9 m/s max.
Transportation: 14.7 m/s max.
Ambient gases
There must be no corrosive gases present.
2.1
Setting Operating Voltage and Operating Frequency
Connecting the user system interface cable to the SH7010 series E6000 emulator enables
emulation to be done using the user system operating voltage (Vcc: 3.0 to 3.6 V) Before
determining the operating voltage and frequency of the user system, confirm the allowable range.
Vcc
(V)
3.6
Operating voltage
3.0
00
4.0
Operating frequency
20.0 (MHz)
: Range which can be emulated
Figure 2 Allowable Operating Range
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Section 3 Product Specifications
The specifications of this product are shown in table 3.
Table 3
Product Specifications
Item
Specifications
Target processor
SH7018F
Package
TFP-100B
Function
Level limitation:
This function keeps the output signal from 5-V emulator system equal
to or less than power supply voltage of the user system (Vcc).
User-system operating
conditions
Power supply voltage
Vcc: 3.0 to 3.6 V, Pvcc: 4.5 to 5.5 V
A drop in the Vcc level of the user system is detected when the power
supply voltage drops to 2.5 V or less.
Current consumption
Maximum of 50 mA.
Drop in Vcc Level Detection Function:
When the user system interface cable is used, a drop is detected as follows:
When the power supply voltage (UVcc) of the user system is 2.5 V or less or when the power
supply voltage (PVcc) for I/O circuits is 4.1 V or less, the Hitachi Debugging Interface (HDI) will
detect a Vcc drop. In this case, a sufficient voltage may not be supplied to the user system; ensure
that the specified voltage is supplied.
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Section 4 User Interface Specifications
The user system interface cable incorporates a level conversion circuit supporting a low-voltage
circuit. Accordingly, when connecting the user system to the emulator, pay attention to the signal
delays and the number of FANINs and FANOUTs.
4.1
User System Interface Circuit
The user system interface circuit of the user system interface cable is shown below.
(1) NMI and RES
5Vcc
UPVcc
47 k
74VHCT244
QS3384
Vcc
Emulator
User system
Figure 3 User System Interface Circuit for NMI and RES
(2) PB8, PA5 to PA2, PD7 to PDØ, PE2, and PEØ
UPVcc
QS3384
Emulator
User system
Figure 4 User System Interface Circuit for PB8, PA5 to PA2, PD7 to PDØ, PE2, and PEØ
5
(3) AVcc, AVss, and AN7 to AN0
AVcc, AN7 to AN0
Emulator
Vss
User system
AVss
Figure 5 User System Interface Circuit for AVcc, AVss, and AN7 to AN0
(4) PVcc, Vcc and Vss
PVcc
Detects Vcc drop
when the PVcc is
4.1 V or less
To internal circuit 5Vcc
of user system
interface cable
OR circuit
Emulator
Detects Vcc drop
when the UVcc is
2.5 V or less
Vss
UVcc
UVss
User system
Figure 6 User System Interface Circuit for Vcc and Vss
(5) Other digital signals
UVcc
QS3384
Vcc
Emulator
User system
Figure 7 User System Interface Circuit for Other Digital Signals
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Note: 5Vcc, Uvcc, and Uvss represent Vcc and Vss on a user system. 5Vcc represents Vcc (5
V) generated in the user system interface cable.
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Section 5 Notes on Emulation
This user system interface cable supports the SH7018F. The following settings must be made prior
to emulation.
5.1
Setting Internal ROM
Set 32 kbytes for internal ROM size. Even when 32 kbytes is set for this emulator, a 256-kbytes
area is effective. However, since the flash memory capacity of the SH7018 is 160 kbytes,
programming must be performed so that the 160-kbytes capacity is not exceeded.
5.2
Setting Pin Function Controller
Since the initial register values when the emulator is used differ from those of the SH7018F, as
shown in table 4, the initial settings must be made by the user program.
Table 4
Pin Function Controller Settings
Register name
Symbol
Address
Port A control
register L2
Port B control
register 1
Port B control
register 2
PACRL2
H’FFFF838E
H’FFFF838F
H’FFFF8398
H’FFFF8399
H’FFFF839A
H’FFFF839B
PBCR1
PBCR2
Initial Value when
Emulator is Used
H’0140
Initial Value for
SH7018F
H’0000
H’000A
H’0000
H’A000
H’0000
Note that the initial values of the pin function for the emulator differ from those of the SH7018F,
as shown in table 5 (initial values are shaded).
Table 4
Pin Function Controller Settings
Pin No.
Emulator
SH7018F
28
PB6/IRQ4/A18/BACK
PB6/A18
29
PB7/IRQ5/A19/BREQ
PB7/A19
31
PB9/IRQ7/A21/ADTRQ
PB9/IRQ7/A21
46
PB8/IRQ6/A20/WAIT
PB8/IRQ6/A20/WAIT
48
PA4/ TXD1
PA4/TXD1
49
PA3/ RXD1
PA3/RXD1
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Section 6 Connection Procedures
6.1
Connecting User System Interface Cable to Emulator Station
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.
2. After making sure the direction of the cable body connector is correct, firmly insert the cable
body connector into the emulator station socket (figure 8).
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Figure 8 Connecting User System Interface Cable to Emulator Station
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6.2
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 and the emulator product 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.
6.2.1
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 a TFP-100B package, and fasten it to the user system before soldering.
6.2.2
Soldering IC Socket
After fastening, solder the IC socket for a TFP-100B 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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6.2.3
Inserting Cable Head
CAUTION
Check the location of pin 1 before inserting.
If the IC socket is not connected properly, the power-supply
pins will be shorted as shown below.
90˚ rotation
25 (Vss)
55 (PVcc)
99 (Avcc)
100 (Vcc)
30 (Vcc)
74 (Vcc)
180˚ rotation
15 (Vcc)
39 (Vcc)
65 (Vss)
89 (Vss)
270˚ rotation
30 (Vcc)
74 (Vcc)
100 (Vcc)
55 (Pvcc)
99 (Avcc)
25 (Vss)
Align pin 1 on the IC socket for a TFP-100B 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 9.
6.2.4
Fastening Cable Head
CAUTION
1. Use a Philips-type screwdriver whose head matches
the screw head.
2. The tightening torque must be 0.294 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 a TFP-100B package on the user
system with the four screws (M2.6 x 12 mm; with four flat washers) 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 9 Connecting User System Interface Cable to User System
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6.2.5
Fastening Cable Body
Connect the cable body to the cable head.
Figure 10 Fastening Cable Body
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6.3
Recommended Dimensions for User System Mount Pad
Figure 6 shows the recommended dimensions for the mount pad (footprint) for the user system
with an IC socket for a TFP-100B package (IC149-100-054-B51: manufactured by YAMAICHI
ELECTRONICS Co., Ltd.). Note that the dimensions in figure 5 are somewhat different from
those of the actual chip's mount pad.
17.10 min
13.80 max
0.5 × 24 = 12.00 ± 0.05
0.5 × 24 = 12.00 ± 0.05
0.30 ± 0.05
0.50 ± 0.05
0.50 ± 0.05
Unit: mm
Figure 11 Recommended Dimensions for Mount Pad
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6.4
Dimensions for User System Interface Cable Head
The dimensions for the user system interface cable head are shown in figure 12.
Figure 12 Dimensions for User System Interface Cable Head
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6.5
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 13.
Figure 13 Resulting Dimensions after Connecting User System Interface Cable
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Section 7 Installing the MCU to the User System
CAUTION
1. Check the location of pin 1 before inserting.
2. Use a Philips-type screwdriver whose head matches
the screw head.
3. The tightening torque must be 0.294 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 14. After inserting the MCU, fasten the socket cover with the provided four
screws (M2.6 x 6 mm; with four flat washers). 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 14 Installing MCU to User System
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Section 8 Verifying Operation
1. When using the E6000 emulator for the SH series, turn on the emulator according to the
procedures described in the SH Series E6000 Emulator User’s Manual (HS7000EPI60HE).
2. Verify the user system interface cable connections by accessing the external memory and ports
to check the bus states of the pins with the MEMORY_FILL command (emulator command).
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
as the MCU clock: an emulator internal clock and an external clock on the user system. For
details, refer to the Emulator Supplementary Information (HS7010EPI60HE).
 To use the emulator internal clock
Select the clock in the emulator station as the system clock (φ), by using the CLOCK
command (emulator command).
 To use the external clock on the user system
Select the target clock (Target) as the system clock (φ), by using the CLOCK command
(emulator command). Supply the external clock from the user system to the emulator by
inputting the external clock from the EXTAL terminal (pin 68) on the cable head (operates
at 4 to 20 MHz) or connecting a crystal oscillator to the EXTAL and XTAL terminals (the
frequency must be 4 to 20 MHz). For details, refer to section 4, Clock Pulse Generator
(CPG), in the SH7010 Series Hardware Manual.
Figure 15 shows the oscillator circuit on the user system interface cable.
R1 1 M Ω
To E6000 emulator
EXTAL
HCU04
XTAL
HCU04
AC244
R2 270 Ω
Figure 15 System Clock Oscillator
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Section 9 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. This user system interface cable is specifically designed for the HS7010EPI60H emulator. Do
not use this cable with any other emulator station.
4. To prevent breaking of wires in the cable body, do not place heavy or sharp metal objects on
the user system interface cable.
5. 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. Place the emulator station, user system interface
cable, and user system as shown in the example in figure 15.
Figure 16 User System Interface Cable Location Example
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