XC2080ED, XC2090ED Errata Sheet

XC2080ED, XC2090ED Errata Sheet
16/32-Bit
Architecture
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
16/32-Bit Single-Chip Microcontroller
with 32-Bit Performance
XC2000 Family / High Line
Errata Sheet
V1.6 2013-03
Microcontrollers
Edition 2013-03
Published by
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16/32-Bit
Architecture
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
16/32-Bit Single-Chip Microcontroller
with 32-Bit Performance
XC2000 Family / High Line
Errata Sheet
V1.6 2013-03
Microcontrollers
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Table of Contents
1
History List / Change Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
3
Current Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Errata Device Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functional Deviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deviations from Electrical and Timing Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Documentation Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Short Errata Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functional Deviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deviations from Electrical and Timing Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Documentation Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.1
Detailed Errata Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functional Deviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BROM_TC.006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BSL_CAN_X.001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ECC_X.002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ESR_X.002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ESR_X.003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ESR_X.004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.087 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.088 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.089 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.090 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.091 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.092 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.093 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.094 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.095 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.096 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.097 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.098 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.099 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.102 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_X.001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.3
GPT12E_X.002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MCDS_TC.025 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MCDS_X.001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MCDS_X.002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OCDS_X.003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PAD_X.001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PARITY_X.001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RESET_X.003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RESET_X.004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCU_X.012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
StartUp_X.002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
StartUp_X.003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USIC_AI.004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USIC_AI.005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USIC_AI.016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WDT_X.002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deviations from Electrical- and Timing Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FLASH_X.P001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SWD_X.P001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SWD_X.P002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ADC_AI.H002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CAPCOM12_X.H001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CC6_X.H001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ECC_X.H001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.H004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.H005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.H006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.H007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FlexRay_AI.H009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GPT12_AI.H001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GPT12E_X.H002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INT_X.H002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INT_X.H004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MultiCAN_AI.H005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MultiCAN_AI.H006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MultiCAN_AI.H007 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MultiCAN_AI.H008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MultiCAN_TC.H002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MultiCAN_TC.H003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MultiCAN_TC.H004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OCDS_X.H003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PVC_X.H001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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RESET_X.H003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RTC_X.H003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCU_X.H009 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SWD_X.H001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
StartUp_X.H001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USIC_AI.H001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USIC_AI.H002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
USIC_AI.H003 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Documentation Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EBC_X.D001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ECC_X.D002 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RESET_X.D001 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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History List / Change Summary
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History List / Change Summary
Table 1
History List
Version
Date
Remark1)
1.0
30.09.2008
new Errata Sheet
1.1
30.01.2009
1.2
13.03.2009
new Marking/Step ES-AA added to Errata Sheet,
new Errata Sheet layout
1.3
01.03.2010
Errata No. 01713AERRA, new Marking/Step
(ES+AA) and package PG-LQFP-144 added to
Errata Sheet.
1.4
29.06.2010
Errata No. 01808AERRA, new Marking/Step
(ES-AB) added to Errata Sheet.
Errata Sheet name is change from “XC2000ED
Derivatives“ to “XC2080ED, XC2090ED”.
1.5
23.09.2010
Errata No. 01876AERRA
1.6
22.03.2013
Errata No. 02536AERRA
1) Errata changes to the previous Errata Sheet are marked in Chapter 5 ”Short Errata
Description”.
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General
2
General
This Errata Sheet describes the deviations of the XC2080ED, XC2090ED from
the current user documentation.
Each erratum identifier follows the pattern Module_Arch.TypeNumber:
•
•
•
•
Module: subsystem, peripheral, or function affected by the erratum
Arch: microcontroller architecture where the erratum was firstly detected.
– AI: Architecture Independent
– CIC: Companion ICs
– TC: TriCore
– X: XC166 / XE166 / XC2000 Family
– XC8: XC800 Family
– [none]: C166 Family
Type: category of deviation
– [none]: Functional Deviation
– P: Parametric Deviation
– H: Application Hint
– D: Documentation Update
Number: ascending sequential number within the three previous fields. As
this sequence is used over several derivatives, including already solved
deviations, gaps inside this enumeration can occur.
This Errata Sheet applies to all temperature and frequency versions and to all
memory size variants of this device, unless explicitly noted otherwise.
Note: This device is equipped with a C166S V2 Core. Some of the errata have
workarounds which are possibly supported by the tool vendors.
Some corresponding compiler switches need possibly to be set. Please
see the respective documentation of your compiler.
For effects of issues related to the on-chip debug system, see also the
documentation of the debug tool vendor.
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General
Some errata of this Errata Sheet do not refer to all of the XC2080ED,
XC2090ED, please look to the overview:
Table 2 for Functional Deviations
Table 3 for Deviations from Electrical and Timing Specification
Table 4 for Application Hints
Table 5 for Documentation Updates
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Current Documentation
3
Current Documentation
Device
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
Marking/Step
EES-AA, ES-AA, ES+AA, ES-AB
Package
PG-LQFP-144 (XC2080ED), PG-LQFP-176 (XC2090ED)
This Errata Sheet refers to the following documentation:
•
•
•
•
•
•
XC2200H Derivatives User’s Manual
MCDS is described in the Target Specification XC2000 Derivatives (HSeries)
OCDS Manual
XC228xH Data Sheet
XC229xH Data Sheet
Documentation Addendum (if applicable)
Make sure you always use the corresponding documentation for this device
available in category 'Documents' at www.infineon.com/xc2200.
The specific test conditions for EES and ES are documented in a separate
Status Sheet.
Note: Devices marked with EES or ES are engineering samples which may not
be completely tested in all functional and electrical characteristics,
therefore they should be used for evaluation only.
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Errata Device Overview
4
Errata Device Overview
This chapter gives an overview of the dependencies of individual errata to
devices and steps. An X in the column of the sales codes shows that this
erratum is valid.
4.1
Functional Deviations
Table 2 shows the dependencies of functional deviations in the derivatives.
Errata Device Overview:
Functional Deviations
Functional
Deviation
EES-AA
XC2080ED,
ES-AA
ES+AA1) XC2090ED
ES-AB
Table 2
BROM_TC.006
X
X
BSL_CAN_X.001
X
X
ECC_X.002
X
ESR_X.002
X
X
ESR_X.003
X
X
ESR_X.004
X
X
FlexRay_AI.087
X
X
FlexRay_AI.088
X
X
FlexRay_AI.089
X
X
FlexRay_AI.090
X
X
FlexRay_AI.091
X
X
FlexRay_AI.092
X
X
FlexRay_AI.093
X
X
FlexRay_AI.094
X
X
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Errata Device Overview
Errata Device Overview:
Functional Deviations (cont’d)
Functional
Deviation
EES-AA
ES-AA XC2080ED,
ES+AA1) XC2090ED
ES-AB
Table 2
FlexRay_AI.095
X
X
FlexRay_AI.096
X
X
FlexRay_AI.097
X
X
FlexRay_AI.098
X
X
FlexRay_AI.099
X
X
FlexRay_AI.100
X
X
FlexRay_AI.101
X
X
FlexRay_AI.102
X
X
FlexRay_AI.103
X
X
FlexRay_X.001
X
X
GPT12E_X.002
X
X
MCDS_TC.025
X
X
MCDS_X.001
X
X
MCDS_X.002
X
X
OCDS_X.003
X
X
PAD_X.001
X
X
PARITY_X.001
X
X
RESET_X.003
X
X
RESET_X.004
X
X
SCU_X.012
X
X
StartUp_X.002
X
X
StartUp_X.003
X
X
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Errata Device Overview
Errata Device Overview:
Functional Deviations (cont’d)
Functional
Deviation
EES-AA
ES-AA XC2080ED,
ES+AA1) XC2090ED
ES-AB
Table 2
USIC_AI.004
X
X
USIC_AI.005
X
X
USIC_AI.016
X
X
WDT_X.002
X
X
1) From EES/ES-AA step to ES+AA/ES-AB step, 2 errata have been fixed.
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Errata Device Overview
4.2
Deviations from Electrical and Timing Specification
Table 3 shows the dependencies of deviations from the electrical and timing
specification in the derivatives.
Errata Device Overview:
Deviations from Electrical- and Timing Specification
AC/DC/ADC
Deviation
EES-AA
ES-AA XC2080ED,
ES+AA1) XC2090ED
ES-AB
Table 3
FLASH_X.P001
X
SWD_X.P001
X
SWD_X.P002
X
X
X
1) From EES/ES-AA step to ES+AA/ES-AB step, 2 errata have been fixed.
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Errata Device Overview
4.3
Application Hints
Table 4 shows the dependencies of application hints in the derivatives.
Errata Device Overview:
Application Hints
Hint
EES-AA
XC2080ED,
ES-AA
ES+AA1) XC2090ED
ES-AB
Table 4
ADC_AI.H002
X
X
CAPCOM12_X.H001
X
X
CC6_X.H001
X
X
ECC_X.H001
X
X
FlexRay_AI.H004
X
X
FlexRay_AI.H005
X
X
FlexRay_AI.H006
X
X
FlexRay_AI.H007
X
X
FlexRay_AI.H009
X
X
GPT12_AI.H001
X
X
GPT12E_X.H002
X
X
INT_X.H002
X
X
INT_X.H004
X
X
MultiCAN_AI.H005
X
X
MultiCAN_AI.H006
X
X
MultiCAN_AI.H007
X
X
MultiCAN_AI.H008
X
X
MultiCAN_TC.H002
X
X
MultiCAN_TC.H003
X
X
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Errata Device Overview
Errata Device Overview:
Application Hints (cont’d)
Hint
EES-AA
ES-AA XC2080ED,
ES+AA1) XC2090ED
ES-AB
Table 4
MultiCAN_TC.H004
X
X
OCDS_X.H003
X
X
PVC_X.H001
X
X
RESET_X.H003
X
X
RTC_X.H003
X
X
SCU_X.H009
X
X
SWD_X.H001
X
X
StartUp_X.H001
X
X
USIC_AI.H001
X
X
USIC_AI.H002
X
X
USIC_AI.H003
X
X
1) From EES/ES-AA step to ES+AA/ES-AB step, 2 errata have been fixed.
Errata Sheet
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Errata Device Overview
4.4
Documentation Updates
Table 5 shows the dependencies oft documentation updates in the derivatives.
Errata Device Overview:
Documentation Updates
Documentation
Updates
EES-AA
XC2080ED,
ES-AA
ES+AA1) XC2090ED
ES-AB
Table 5
EBC_X.D001
X
X
ECC_X.D002
X
X
RESET_X.D001
X
X
1) From EES/ES-AA step to ES+AA/ES-AB step, 2 errata have been fixed.
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Short Errata Description
5
Short Errata Description
This chapter gives an overview on the deviations and application hints.
Changes to the last Errata Sheet are shown in the column “Chg”.
5.1
Functional Deviations
Table 6 shows a short description of the functional deviations.
Table 6
Functional Deviations
Functional
Deviation
Short Description
Chg Pg
BROM_TC.006
Baud Rate Detection for CAN Bootstrap
Loader
New 25
BSL_CAN_X.001
Quartz Crystal Settling Time after PORST
too Long for CAN Bootstrap Loader
25
ECC_X.002
Incorrect ECC Error Indication for DPRAM
26
ESR_X.002
ESREXSTAT1 and ESREXSTAT2 Status
Bits can be Cleared after a Write Access
27
ESR_X.003
Some Alternate ESRx Inputs Disabled in
Stand-By Mode
New 27
ESR_X.004
Wrong Value of SCU_RSTCONx Registers New 29
after ESRy Application Reset
FlexRay_AI.087
After reception of a valid sync frame
followed by a valid non-sync frame in the
same static slot the received sync frame
may be ignored
30
FlexRay_AI.088
A sequence of received WUS may
generate redundant SIR.WUPA/B events
30
FlexRay_AI.089
Rate correction set to zero in case of
SyncCalcResult=MISSING_TERM
31
FlexRay_AI.090
Flag SFS.MRCS is set erroneously
although at least one valid sync frame pair
is received
32
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Short Errata Description
Table 6
Functional Deviations (cont’d)
Functional
Deviation
Short Description
Chg Pg
FlexRay_AI.091
Incorrect rate and/or offset correction
value if second Secondary Time Reference
Point (STRP) coincides with the action
point after detection of a valid frame
33
FlexRay_AI.092
Initial rate correction value of an
integrating node is zero if
pMicroInitialOffsetA,B = 0x00
33
FlexRay_AI.093
Acceptance of startup frames received
after reception of more than
gSyncNodeMax sync frames
34
FlexRay_AI.094
Sync frame overflow flag EIR.SFO may be
set if slot counter is greater than 1024
35
FlexRay_AI.095
Register RCV displays wrong value
35
FlexRay_AI.096
Noise following a dynamic frame that
delays idle detection may fail to stop slot
36
FlexRay_AI.097
Loop back mode operates only at 10 MBit/s
37
FlexRay_AI.098
Suspend Mode is not functional
37
FlexRay_AI.099
Erroneous cycle offset during startup after
abort of startup or normal operation
38
FlexRay_AI.100
First WUS following received valid WUP
may be ignored
39
FlexRay_AI.101
READY command accepted in READY
state
40
FlexRay_AI.102
Slot Status vPOC!SlotMode is reset
immediately when entering HALT state
40
FlexRay_AI.103
Received messages not stored in Message New HI
RAM when in Loop Back Mode
DD
EN
FlexRay_X.001
Trigger User Reset after Power-On
GPT12E_X.002
Effects of GPT Module Microarchitecture
Errata Sheet
19
New 40
41
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Short Errata Description
Table 6
Functional Deviations (cont’d)
Functional
Deviation
Short Description
MCDS_TC.025
Tick counter sometimes inaccurate
43
MCDS_X.001
IOCB_IOINFO.HALT not functional
43
MCDS_X.002
BFLD instruction on GPR causes
superfluous traces
44
OCDS_X.003
Peripheral Debug Mode Settings cleared
by Reset
44
PAD_X.001
Additional Edges in the Input Signal
PARITY_X.001
PMTSR Register Initialization
50
RESET_X.003
P2.[2:0] and P10.[12:0] Switch to Input
50
RESET_X.004
Sticky “Register Access Trap” forces
device into power-save mode after reset.
New 50
SCU_X.012
Wake-Up Timer RUNCON Command
New 51
StartUp_X.002
JTAG pos. E/DAP pos. 3 after Wake-Up
from Stand-By Mode
StartUp_X.003
Debug Interface Configuration from Flash New 52
can Fail Upon Power-On
USIC_AI.004
Receive shifter baudrate limitation
53
USIC_AI.005
Only 7 data bits are generated in IIC mode
when TBUF is loaded in SDA hold time
53
USIC_AI.016
Transmit parameters are updated during
FIFO buffer bypass
WDT_X.002
Clearing the Internal Flag which Stores
Preceding WDT Reset Request
Errata Sheet
20
Chg Pg
New 45
51
New 54
55
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Short Errata Description
5.2
Deviations from Electrical and Timing Specification
Table 7 shows a short description of the electrical and timing deviations from
the specification.
Table 7
Deviations from Electrical- and Timing Specification
AC/DC/ADC
Deviation
Short Description
FLASH_X.P001
Test Condition for Flash parameter NER in New 57
Data Sheets
SWD_X.P001
Supply Watchdog Level VSWD_min too
Low
SWD_X.P002
Minimizing Power Consumption of an
ADC Module
Errata Sheet
21
Chg Pg
57
New 58
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Short Errata Description
5.3
Application Hints
Table 8 shows a short description of the application hints.
Table 8
Application Hints
Hint
ADC_AI.H002
Short Description
Minimizing Power Consumption of an
ADC Module
Chg Pg
59
CAPCOM12_X.H001 Enabling or Disabling Single Event
Operation
59
CC6_X.H001
Modifications of Bit MODEN in Register
CCU6x_KSCFG
61
ECC_X.H001
ECC Error Indication Permanently Set
61
FlexRay_AI.H004
Only the first message can be received in
External Loop Back mode
61
FlexRay_AI.H005
Initialization of internal RAMs requires
one eray_bclk cycle more
62
FlexRay_AI.H006
Transmission in ATM/Loopback mode
62
FlexRay_AI.H007
Reporting of coding errors via
TEST1.CERA/B
62
FlexRay_AI.H009
Return from test mode operation
63
GPT12_AI.H001
Modification of Block Prescalers BPS1
and BPS2
GPT12E_X.H002
Reading of Concatenated Timers
64
INT_X.H002
Increased Latency for Hardware Traps
65
INT_X.H004
SCU Interrupts Enabled After Reset
65
MultiCAN_AI.H005
TxD Pulse upon short disable request
66
MultiCAN_AI.H006
Time stamp influenced by
resynchronization
66
MultiCAN_AI.H007
Alert Interrupt Behavior in case of BusOff
New 66
MultiCAN_AI.H008
Effect of CANDIS on SUSACK
New 67
MultiCAN_TC.H002
Double Synchronization of receive input
Errata Sheet
22
New 63
67
V1.6, 2013-03
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Short Errata Description
Table 8
Application Hints (cont’d)
Hint
Short Description
MultiCAN_TC.H003
Message may be discarded before
transmission in STT mode
68
MultiCAN_TC.H004
Double remote request
68
OCDS_X.H003
Debug Interface Configuration by User
Software
69
PVC_X.H001
PVC Threshold Level 2
RESET_X.H003
How to Trigger a PORST after an Internal
Failure
71
RTC_X.H003
Changing the RTC Configuration
71
SCU_X.H009
WUCR.TTSTAT can be set after a PowerUp
71
SWD_X.H001
Application Influence on the SWD
72
StartUp_X.H001
EBC is not Disabled in Fast Startup Mode
72
USIC_AI.H001
FIFO RAM Parity Error Handling
72
USIC_AI.H002
Configuration of USIC Port Pins
New 73
USIC_AI.H003
PSR.RXIDLE Cleared by Software
New 74
Errata Sheet
23
Chg Pg
Upd
ate
69
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Short Errata Description
5.4
Documentation Updates
Table 9 gives a short description of the documentation updates.
Table 9
Documentation Updates
Documentation
Updates
Short Description
Chg Pg
EBC_X.D001
Visibility of Internal LXBus Cycles on
External Address Bus
New 75
ECC_X.D002
Initialization of the Read-Control Logic
75
RESET_X.D001
Reset Types of Trap Registers
76
Errata Sheet
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
6
Detailed Errata Description
This chapter provides a detailed description for each erratum. If applicable a
workaround is suggested.
6.1
Functional Deviations
BROM_TC.006 Baud Rate Detection for CAN Bootstrap Loader
In a specific corner case, the baud rate detected during reception of the
initialization frame for the CAN bootstrap loader may be incorrect. The
probability for this sporadic problem is relatively low, and it decreases with
decreasing CAN baud rate and increasing module clock frequency.
Workaround:
If communication fails, the host should repeat the CAN bootstrap loader
initialization procedure after a reset of the device.
BSL_CAN_X.001 Quartz Crystal Settling Time after PORST too Long for
CAN Bootstrap Loader
The startup configuration of the CAN bootstrap loader when called immediately
after PORST limits the settling time of the external oscillation to 0.5 ms. For
typical quartz crystal this settling time is too short. The CAN bootstrap loader
generates a time-out and goes into Startup Error State.
Workaround
•
•
For low performance CAN applications a ceramic resonator with settling
time less than 0.5 ms can be used.
An alternative is the Internal Start from on-chip Flash memory as startup
mode after PORST. Then switch the system clock to external source and
trigger a software reset with CAN bootstrap loader mode selected. Now the
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
device starts with a CAN bootstrap loader without limitation of the oscillator
settling time.
ECC_X.002 Incorrect ECC Error Indication for DPRAM
Under certain conditions, the ECC error flag for the dual port memory (DPRAM)
may indicate an error when none exists.
Conditions under which ECC error is incorrectly indicated:
•
•
•
ECC memory protection has been selected for DPRAM
(SCU_MCHKCON.SELDP = 0).
The ECC check is enabled for DPRAM (SCU_ECCCON.DPEN = 1).
A concurrent read and write access is made to the same byte or word in the
DPRAM (possible due to instruction pipeline).
Under the above conditions, an ECC error may be indicated for DPRAM (flag
SCU_ECCSTAT.DP = 1), although there is no error in DPRAM.
It should be noted that despite the incorrect ECC error indication, the data are
delivered error free, and the ECC logic still functions correctly (correcting data
single bit errors, if present).
There is no data corruption in this case. The ECC bits that were written are
generated correctly, as well as check and correction is not affected for that was
read.
This problem is limited to the DPRAM. All other SRAM memories cannot
perform concurrent read and write accesses, and therefore cannot have this
issue.
Workaround
Use parity protection for DPRAM (SCU_MCHKCON.SELDP = 1).
Single-bit errors will be correctly indicated by parity logic, but will not be
corrected.
Errata Sheet
26
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XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
ESR_X.002 ESREXSTAT1 and ESREXSTAT2 Status Bits can be Cleared after a Write Access
During a write access to any register, bits in registers ESREXSTAT1/2 can be
cleared inadvertently.
ESREXSTAT1/2 store event(s) that can trigger various ESR functions.
Workaround
1. Make sure that the trigger signals are still active when the associated
service routine runs, so the trigger source can be evaluated by software.
2. Disable write access to registers CLRESREXSTAT1/2 by clearing bit 8 at
word address 00'F008H. Use a read-modify-write sequence for this purpose
to exclude other bits from this modification.
To clear the status bits, write access to registers CLRESREXSTAT1/2 can
be enabled by setting bit 8 at word location 00'F008H. Use a read-modifywrite sequence for this purpose to exclude other bits from this modification.
Write access is enabled by default.
ESR_X.003 Some Alternate ESRx Inputs Disabled in Stand-By Mode
The ESR1 and ESR2 inputs can be mapped to alternate input ports. Mappings
are controlled by the ESREXCON1 and ESREXCON2 registers.
When in stand-by mode the input port mappings marked DISABLED in the
following table are switched off. Consequently these ports can not be used as
wakeup trigger inputs.
Table 10
Tables for XC20x0ED - ESREXCON1
ESREXCON1
selection
ESR1
Port
XC20x0ED
Input 0
Port 2.4
OK
Input 1
Port 3.0
DISABLED
Input 2
Port 10.0
OK
Input 3
Port 1.0
OK
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Detailed Errata Description
Table 10
Tables for XC20x0ED - ESREXCON1 (cont’d)
ESREXCON1
selection
ESR1
Port
XC20x0ED
Input 4
Port 1.2
OK
Input 5
Port 2.1
OK
Input 6
Port 6.1
OK
Input 7
Port 11.0
DISABLED
Input 8
Port 4.1
OK
Input 9
Port 10.4
OK
Input 10
Port 2.5
OK
Input 11
Port 0.0
OK
Table 11
Tables for XC20x0ED- ESREXCON2
ESREXCON2
selection
ESR2
Port
XC20x0ED
Input 0
Port 2.3
OK
Input 1
Port 7.0
OK
Input 2
Port 10.14
OK
Input 3
Port 1.1
OK
Input 4
Port 1.3
OK
Input 5
Port 2.2
OK
Input 6
Port 2.6
OK
Input 7
Port 2.7
OK
Input 8
Port 0.4
OK
Input 9
XTAL1
OK
Input 10
Port 4.5
DISABLED
Input 11
Port 10.8
OK
Errata Sheet
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
ESR_X.004 Wrong Value of SCU_RSTCONx Registers after ESRy Application Reset
SCU_RSTCONx registers are reset only by Power-On, but they may be wrongly
affected after a second application reset requested by an ESRy pin. This may
lead to the SCU_RSTCONx register values being set to zero, which could
unexpectedly disable reset sources within the user application. The conditions
which lead to this behavior are:
1. First, an application reset by SW (software), CPU (Central Processing Unit),
MP (Memory), WDT (Watchdog Timer) or ESRy (External Service Request
y) occurs.
2. Following this, an application reset on an ESRy pin occurs.
3. If the above mentioned ESRy reset occurs during a critical time window of
the SSW (startup software), then it’s possible that the application will
operate with the wrong SCU_RSTCONx register value. The critical time
window occurs when the SSW is writing the SCU_RSTCONx registers, and
at the same time, the ESRy reset request is processed by the reset circuitry.
The width of this critical window fcritical window is less than 13 cycles.
Application
Reset
t critical window
Reset
by ESRy pin
Start of
SSW
SSW
Write
RSTCON
Start of
SSW
Application Application
Runs
Software
End of
SSW
Application
Runs
ESR_X.004 Fig. 1
Figure 1
Critical application reset sequence
Workaround
•
•
Initialize SCU_RSTCONx registers by user software after any reset, or
assure that a second application reset request with an ESR pin does not
occur during the critical time window.
Errata Sheet
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
FlexRay_AI.087 After reception of a valid sync frame followed by a valid
non-sync frame in the same static slot the received sync frame may be ignored
Description:
If in a static slot of an even cycle a valid sync frame followed by a valid non-sync
frame is received, and the frame valid detection (prt_frame_decoded_on_X) of
the DEC process occurs one sclk after valid frame detection of FSP process
(fsp_val_syncfr_chx), the sync frame is not taken into account by the CSP
process (devte_xxs_reg).
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the case where more than one valid frame is received
in a static slot of an even cycle.
Effects:
In the described case the sync frame is not considered by the CSP process.
This may lead to a SyncCalcResult of MISSIMG_TERM (error flag SFS.MRCS
set). As a result the POC state may switch to NORMAL_PASSIVE or HALT or
the Startup procedure is aborted.
Workaround
Avoid static slot configurations long enough to receive two valid frames.
FlexRay_AI.088 A sequence of received WUS may generate redundant
SIR.WUPA/B events
Description:
If a sequence of wakeup symbols (WUS) is received, all separated by
appropriate idle phases, a valid wakeup pattern (WUP) should be detected after
every second WUS.The E-Ray detects a valid wakeup pattern after the second
WUS and then after each following WUS.
Errata Sheet
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the case where the application program frequently
resets the appropriate SIR.WUPA/B bits.
Effects:
In the described case there are more SIR.WUPA/B events seen than expected.
Workaround
Ignore redundant SIR.WUPA/B events.
FlexRay_AI.089 Rate correction set to zero in case of SyncCalcResult=MISSING_TERM
Description:
In case a node receives too few sync frames for rate correction calculation and
signals a SyncCalcResult of MISSING_TERM, the rate correction value is set
to zero instead to the last calculated value.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the case of receiving too few sync frames for rate
correction calculation (SyncCalcResult=MISSING_TERM in an odd cycle).
Effects:
In the described case a rate correction value of zero is applied in
NORMAL_ACTIVE / NORMAL_PASSIVE state instead of the last rate
correction value calculated in NORMAL_ACTIVE state. This may lead to a
desynchronisation of the node although it may stay in NORMAL_ACTIVE state
(depending on gMaxWithoutClockCorrectionPassive) and decreases the
probability to re-enter NORMAL_ACTIVE state if it has switched to
NORMAL_PASSIVE (pAllowHaltDueToclock=false).
Errata Sheet
31
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XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
Workaround
It is recommended to set gMaxWithoutClockCorrectionPassive to 1. If missing
sync frames cause the node to enter NORMAL_PASSIVE state, use higher
level application software to leave this state and to initiate a re-integration into
the cluster. HALT state can also be used instead of NORMAL_PASSIVE state
by setting pAllowHaltDueToClock to true.
FlexRay_AI.090 Flag SFS.MRCS is set erroneously although at least one
valid sync frame pair is received
Description:
If in an odd cycle 2c+1 after reception of a sync frame in slot n the total number
of different sync frames per double cycle has exceeded gSyncNodeMax and
the node receives in slot n+1 a sync frame that matches with a sync frame
received in the even cycle 2c, the sync frame pair is not taken into account by
CSP process. This may cause the flags SFS.MRCS and EIR.CCF to be set
erroneously.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the case of a faulty cluster configuration where
different sets of sync frames are transmitted in even and odd cycles and the
total number of different sync frames is greater than gSyncNodeMax.
Effects:
In the described case the error interrupt flag EIR.CCF is set and the node may
enter either the POC state NORMAL_PASSIVE or HALT.
Workaround
Correct configuration of gSyncNodeMax.
Errata Sheet
32
V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
FlexRay_AI.091 Incorrect rate and/or offset correction value if second
Secondary Time Reference Point (STRP) coincides with the action point
after detection of a valid frame
Description:
If a valid sync frame is received before the action point and additionally noise or
a second frame leads to a STRP coinciding with the action point, an incorrect
deviation value of zero is used for further calculations of rate and/or offset
correction values.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to configurations with an action point offset greater than
static frame length.
Effects:
In the described case a deviation value of zero is used for further calculations
of rate and/or offset correction values. This may lead to an incorrect rate and/or
offset correction of the node.
Workaround
Configure action point offset smaller than static frame length.
FlexRay_AI.092 Initial rate correction value of an integrating node is zero
if pMicroInitialOffsetA,B = 0x00
Description:
The initial rate correction value as calculated in figure 8-8 of protocol spec v2.1
is zero if parameter pMicroInitialOffsetA,B was configured to be zero.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the case where pMicroInitialOffsetA,B is configured to
zero.
Errata Sheet
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
Effects:
Starting with an initial rate correction value of zero leads to an adjustment of the
rate correction earliest 3 cycles later (see figure 7-10 of protocol spec v2.1). In
a worst case scenario, if the whole cluster is drifting away too fast, the
integrating node would not be able to follow and therefore abort integration.
Workaround
Avoid configurations with pMicroInitialOffsetA,B equal to zero. If the related
configuration constraint of the protocol specification results in
pMicroInitialOffsetA,B equal to zero, configure it to one instead. This will lead to
a correct initial rate correction value, it will delay the startup of the node by only
one microtick.
FlexRay_AI.093 Acceptance of startup frames received after reception of
more than gSyncNodeMax sync frames
Description:
If a node receives in an even cycle a startup frame after it has received more
than gSyncNodeMax sync frames, this startup frame is added erroneously by
process CSP to the number of valid startup frames (zStartupNodes). The faulty
number of startup frames is delivered to the process POC. As a consequence
this node may integrate erroneously to the running cluster because it assumes
that it has received the required number of startup frames.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the case of more than gSyncNodeMax sync frames.
Effects:
In the described case a node may erroneously integrate successfully into a
running cluster.
Errata Sheet
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
Workaround
Use frame schedules where all startup frames are placed in the first static slots.
gSyncNodeMax should be configured to be greater than or equal to the number
of sync frames in the cluster.
FlexRay_AI.094 Sync frame overflow flag EIR.SFO may be set if slot
counter is greater than 1024
Description:
If in the static segment the number of transmitted and received sync frames
reaches gSyncNodeMax and the slot counter in the dynamic segment reaches
the value cStaticSlotIDMax + gSyncNodeMax = 1023 + gSyncNodeMax, the
sync frame overflow flag EIR.SFO is set erroneously.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to configurations where the number of transmitted and
received sync frames equals to gSyncNodeMax and the number of static slots
plus the number of dynamic slots is greater or equal than 1023 +
gSyncNodeMax.
Effects:
In the described case the sync frame overflow flag EIR.SFO is set erroneously.
This has no effect to the POC state.
Workaround
Configure gSyncNodeMax to number of transmitted and received sync frames
plus one or avoid configurations where the total of static and dynamic slots is
greater than cStaticSlotIDMax.
FlexRay_AI.095 Register RCV displays wrong value
Description:
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XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
If the calculated rate correction value is in the range of [-pClusterDriftDamping
.. +pClusterDriftDamping], vRateCorrection of the CSP process is set to zero.
In this case register RCV should be updated with this value. Erroneously
RCV.RCV[11:0] holds the calculated value in the range [pClusterDriftDamping .. +pClusterDriftDamping] instead of zero.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the case where the calculated rate correction value is
in the range of [-pClusterDriftDamping .. +pClusterDriftDamping].
Effects:
The displayed rate correction value RCV.RCV[11:0] is in the range of [pClusterDriftDamping .. +pClusterDriftDamping] instead of zero. The error of
the displayed value is limited to the range of [-pClusterDriftDamping ..
+pClusterDriftDamping]. For rate correction in the next double cycle always the
correct value of zero is used.
Workaround
A value of RCV.RCV[11:0] in the range of [-pClusterDriftDamping ..
+pClusterDriftDamping] has to be interpreted as zero.
FlexRay_AI.096 Noise following a dynamic frame that delays idle detection may fail to stop slot
Description:
If (in case of noise) the time between ’potential idle start on X’ and ’CHIRP on
X’ (see Protocol Spec. v2.1, Figure 5-21) is greater than
gdDynamicSlotIdlePhase, the E-Ray will not remain for the remainder of the
current dynamic segment in the state ’wait for the end of dynamic slot rx’.
Instead, the E-Ray continues slot counting. This may enable the node to further
transmissions in the current dynamic segment.
Scope:
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
The erratum is limited to noise that is seen only locally and that is detected in
the time window between the end of a dynamic frame’s DTS and idle detection
(’CHIRP on X’).
Effects:
In the described case the faulty node may not stop slot counting and may
continue to transmit dynamic frames. This may lead to a frame collision in the
current dynamic segment.
Workaround
None.
FlexRay_AI.097 Loop back mode operates only at 10 MBit/s
Description:
The looped back data is falsified at the two lower baud rates of 5 and 2.5 MBit/s.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to test cases where loop back is used with the baud rate
prescaler (PRTC1.BRP[1:0]) configured to 5 or 2.5 MBit/s.
Effects:
The loop back self test is only possible at the highest baud rate.
Workaround
Run loop back tests with 10 MBit/s (PRTC1.BRP[1:0] = 00B).
FlexRay_AI.098 Suspend Mode is not functional
Description:
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
The applied kernel mode (KSCFG.SUMCFG=2, Stop Mode 0) in suspend state
will not be performed. The module proceeds its communication and the module
clock is not switched off.
Workaround
To keep a smooth FlexRay communication ongoing, the FlexRay controller will
go to halt state at the end of the communication cycle. If the FlexRay controller
is in “NORMAL_ACTIVE” or “NORMAL_PASSIVE“ state, the controller goes to
POC HALT state, by setting SUCC1.CMD=0110B. In any other state, the
command
will
not
be
accepted
(SUCC1.CMD=0000B
“COMMAND_NOT_ACCEPTED“).
FlexRay_AI.099 Erroneous cycle offset during startup after abort of startup or normal operation
Description:
An abort of startup or normal operation by a READY command near the
macotick border may lead to the effect that the state INITIALIZE_SCHEDULE
is one macrotick too short during the first following integration attempt. This
leads to an early cycle start in state INTEGRATION_COLDSTART_CHECK or
INTEGRATION_CONSISTENCY_CHECK.
As a result the integrating node calculates a cycle offset of one macrotick at the
end
of
the
first
even/odd
cycle
pair
in
the
states
INTEGRATION_COLDSTART_CHECK
or
INTEGRATION_CONSISTENCY_CHECK and tries to correct this offset.
If the node is able to correct the offset of one macrotick (pOffsetCorrectionOut
>> gdMacrotick), the node enters NORMAL_ACTIVE with the first startup
attempt.
If the node is not able to correct the offset error because pOffsetCorrectionOut
is too small (pOffsetCorrectionOut ≤ gdMacrotick), the node enters
ABORT_STARTUP and is ready to try startup again. The next (second) startup
attempt is not effected by this erratum.
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
Scope:
The erratum is limited to applications where READY command is used to leave
STARTUP, NORMAL_ACTIVE, or NORMAL_PASSIVE state.
Effects:
In the described case the integrating node tries to correct an erroneous cycle
offset of one macrotick during startup.
Workaround
With a configuration of pOffsetCorrectionOut >> gdMacrotick •
(1+cClockDeviationMax) the node will be able to correct the offset and therefore
also be able to successfully integrate.
FlexRay_AI.100 First WUS following received valid WUP may be ignored
Description:
When the protocol engine is in state WAKEUP_LISTEN and receives a valid
wakeup pattern (WUP), it transfers into state READY and updates the wakeup
status vector CCSV.WSV[2:0] as well as the status interrupt flags SIR.WST
and SIR.WUPA/B. If the received wakeup pattern continues, the protocol
engine may ignore the first wakeup symbol (WUS) following the state transition
and signals the next SIR.WUPA/B at the third instead of the second WUS.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the reception of redundant wakeup patterns.
Effects:
Delayed setting of status interrupt flags SIR.WUPA/B for redundant wakeup
patterns.
Workaround
None.
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
FlexRay_AI.101 READY command accepted in READY state
Description:
The E-Ray module does not ignore a READY command while in READY state.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the READY state.
Effects:
Flag CCSV.CSI is set. Cold starting needs to be enabled by POC command
ALLOW_COLDSTART (SUCC1.CMD = 1001B).
Workaround
None.
FlexRay_AI.102 Slot Status vPOC!SlotMode is reset immediately when
entering HALT state
Description:
When the protocol engine is in the states NORMAL_ACTIVE or
NORMAL_PASSIVE, a HALT or FREEZE command issued by the Host resets
vPOC!SlotMode immediately to SINGLE slot mode (CCSV.SLM[1:0] = 00B).
According to the FlexRay protocol specification, the slot mode should not be
reset to SINGLE slot mode before the following state transition from HALT to
DEFAULT_CONFIG state.
Scope:
The erratum is limited to the HALT state.
Effects:
The slot status vPOC!SlotMode is reset to SINGLE when entering HALT state.
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
Workaround
None.
FlexRay_X.001 Trigger User Reset after Power-On
After a Power-On the FlexRay Interrupt Request Flags (e.g. FR_0IC.IR) are
sometime set erroneous. After interrupt enabling (e.g. FR_0IC.IE) and if the
corresponding Interrupt Request Flag is set the interrupt routine will be called.
Workaround
Trigger a Functional / User Reset (i.e. Debug Reset, Internal Application Reset
or Application Reset) by software and after that the FlexRay module is correct
installed.
GPT12E_X.002 Effects of GPT Module Microarchitecture
The present GPT module implementation provides some enhanced features
(e.g. block prescalers BPS1, BPS2) while still maintaining timing and functional
compatibility with the original implementation in the C166 Family of
microcontrollers.
Both the GPT1 and GPT2 blocks use a finite state machine to control the
actions within each block. Since multiple interactions are possible between the
timers (T2 .. T6) and register CAPREL, these elements are processed
sequentially within each block in different states. However, all actions are
normally completed within one basic clock cycle.
The GPT2 state machine has 4 states (2 states when BPS2 = 01B) and
processes T6 before T5. The GPT1 state machine has 8 states (4 states when
BPS1 = 01B) and processes the timers in the order T3 - T2 (all actions except
capture) - T4 - T2 (capture).
In the following, two effects of the internal module microarchitecture that may
require special consideration in an application are described in more detail.
1.) Reading T3 by Software with T2/T4 in Reload Mode
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
When T2 or T4 are used to reload T3 on overflow/underflow, and T3 is read by
software on the fly, the following unexpected values may be read from T3:
•
•
when T3 is counting up, 0000H or 0001H may be read from T3 directly after
an overflow, although the reload value in T2/T4 is higher (0001H may be
read in particular if BPS1 = 01B and T3I = 000B),
when T3 is counting down, FFFFH or FFFEH may be read from T3 directly
after an underflow, although the reload value in T2/T4 is lower (FFFEH may
be read in particular if BPS1 = 01B and T3I = 000B).
Note: All timings derived from T3 in this configuration (e.g. distance between
interrupt requests, PWM waveform on T3OUT, etc.) are accurate except
for the specific case described under 2.) below.
Workaround:
•
•
When T3 counts up, and value_x < reload value is read from T3, value_x
should be replaced with the reload value for further calculations.
When T3 counts down, and value_x > reload value is read from T3, value_x
should be replaced with the reload value for further calculations.
Alternatively, if the intention is to identify the overflow/underflow of T3, the T3
interrupt request may be used.
2.) Reload of T3 from T2 with setting BPS1 = 01B and T3I = 000B
When T2 is used to reload T3 in the configuration with BPS1 = 01B and
T3I = 000B (i.e. fastest configuration/highest resolution of T3), the reload of T3
is performed with a delay of one basic clock cycle.
Workaround 1:
To compensate the delay and achieve correct timing,
•
•
increment the reload value in T2 by 1 when T3 is configured to count up,
decrement the reload value in T2 by 1 when T3 is configured to count down.
Workaround 2:
Alternatively, use T4 instead of T2 as reload register for T3. In this configuration
the reload of T3 is not delayed, i.e. the effect described above does not occur
with T4.
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
MCDS_TC.025 Tick counter sometimes inaccurate
The MCDS tick messages are intended to provide cycle accurate timing
information with minimum memory footprint. According to the message format
every 255 emulation clock cycles latest such a tick message is generated.
Due to a design bug a multick message with maximum value (i.e. no other
message for 255 emulation clock cycles) which is generated at the precise point
of time the TSU internal time stamp generator also reaches the count value 255
will cause the loss of one count for the next multick message.
Furthermore the next multick message can show an incremented count value if
the current multick is generated at a point of time where the TSU internal time
stamp generator approaches the count value 255.
Workaround
As the probability of this non-deterministic behavior is rather low (small subrange of an eight bit counter plus intervals with no trace activity) and only the
length (and not the existence) of a gap is affected, the consequences of this bug
can be neglected in most cases.
If a missing or extra clock cycle does matter, explicit TSU messages of type
TSR can be used to adjust the tick accumulator in the tool software.
MCDS_X.001 IOCB_IOINFO.HALT not functional
Devices with Emulation extensions need more than one IOClient Module for
tool access. To minimize the overhead for the external tool, critical information
like the main CPU’s state (HALT, IDLE, …) is shown in each IOClient’s IOINFO
register. It is then possible to limit most status polling to any IOClient.
When porting the MCDS subsystem from the 32 bit world to the 16 bit
environment the on-chip polarity of the HALT signal was mixed up, so that
IOINFO.CPUHLT and IOCB_IOINFO.HALT do not show the same value.
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
Workaround
Usually the tool will rely on IOINFO.CPUHLT. If polling is done on
IOCB_IOINFO, e.g. in MCDS trace applications, the polarity of HALT needs to
be adapted by the tools software.
Attention: Do not rely on the polarity being different! Infineon will fix the
problem as soon as possible to regain compatibility with other
product families.
MCDS_X.002 BFLD instruction on GPR causes superfluous traces
The architecture of the C166SV2 core does not allow to generate write traces
for instructions changing GPRs like R0…R15. The current MCDS design
however incorrectly decodes the BFLDL and BFLDH instructions and will
generate erroneous write trace messages if the DTUW is programmed so.
Workaround
The wrong messages are easy to detect as the address is either 000000H or
000001H. It is therefore recommended to use the trace qualification logic based
on the DTUW’s address comparators (MCDS_WABNDx,…) to exclude these
addresses from every trace generation.
OCDS_X.003 Peripheral Debug Mode Settings cleared by Reset
The behavior (run/stop) of the peripheral modules in debug mode is defined in
bitfield SUMCFG in the KSCCFG registers. The intended behavior is, that after
an application reset has occurred during a debug session, a peripheral reenters the mode defined for debug mode.
For some peripherals, the debug mode setting in SUMCFG is erroneously set
to normal mode upon any reset (instead upon a debug reset only). It remains in
this state until SUMCFG is written by software or the debug system.
Some peripherals will not re-enter the state defined for debug mode after an
application reset:
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
GPT12, CAPCOM2, and MultiCAN will resume normal operation like after
reset, i.e. they are inactive until they are initialized by software.
In case the RTC has been running before entry into debug mode, and it was
configured in SUMCFG to stop in debug mode, it will resume operation as
before entry into debug mode instead.
All other peripheral modules, i.e. ADC, CCU6 and USIC, will correctly re-enter
the state defined for debug mode after an application reset in debug mode.
For Flash and CPU, bitfield SUMCFG must be configured to normal mode
anyway, since they are required for debugging.
Workaround
None.
PAD_X.001 Additional Edges in the Input Signal
The digital input- and I/O-pins are designed using Schmitt trigger input
structures with hysteresis. Even with this structure, it is possible that very slow
rising edges may generate spikes, resulting in unexpected additional edges at
the input signal.
The next picture Figure 2 is an example for a slow input signal, with spikes
shown on the slow rising input signal.
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
tr.
0.9 VDDP
0.7 VDDP
Input
Signal
0.3 VDDP
0.1 VDDP
Internal
Signal
Unexpected Edges
PAD_X.001 Fig. 1
Figure 2
Example for a Slow Input Signal
The first rising edge in Figure 2 of the internal signal is always valid. The edges
which are marked with “Unexpected Edges” must be ignored.
Measurements have shown that a spike can be generated under the following
conditions.
Table 12
Conditions for Additional Edges in the Input Signal
Parameter
Symbol
VDDP
Junction Temperature TJ
System frequency
fsys
Rising Slope
tr
Digital supply voltage
Typ. Value Unit Note
4.5 to 5.5
V
full range
°C
all
MHz
>1
µs
Upper Voltage Range
The reaction to this spike generation strongly depends on the application
(hardware, software, internal and external noise). Although it is not possible to
define how the application will react in all cases, it is possible to categorize how
applications are typically affected, as shown below.
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
Applications which can be affected by a spike:
•
•
•
CCU6, CAPCOM2 and GPT inputs
Port inputs
Interrupts input
Applications which should not be affected by a spike due to faster rising slope
tr which is necessary for the application, due the interface protocol or due
multiple sampling of the hardware:
•
•
•
USIC
CAN
Others
Workaround for Input Capture Conditions
1. Workaround for all Affected Applications
Use rising edges with faster rising slope tr than defined in Table 12.
2. Workaround for CCU6, CAPCOM2 and GPT Inputs
No generic solution is available for these applications. Add or switch to a
software solution.
For example, the software could check whether the measured signal values are
in the expected range.
3. Workaround for Port Inputs
1. The captured time interval value should be checked whether it is in a
reasonable range.
2. The input pin should be read several times, and a majority decision may be
made to decide whether the edge was correct or erratic.
Only if 1) and 2) indicate that the edge was reliable, the captured value should
be used for further calculations. Otherwise, a substituted (extrapolated) value
might be used.
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
4. Workaround for Interrupt Inputs
4.1 Falling Edge Detection Approach
1. Measure the time interval since the last interrupt (shown as in tinterval in
Figure 3 below) and check that it is in the expected time range.
In the example, an erratic edge would cause the measured time intervalt
erratic interval to be approximately 50% of the expected value.
2. The state of the input pin that caused the interrupt could be read several
times in the interrupt service routine and a majority decision made to check
if the input pin really is at a low level to determine whether this is a genuine
falling edge interrupt or whether the interrupt was triggered by a spike
generated by a slow rising edge.
0.7 VDDP
Input Signal
0.3 VDDP
Internal
Signal
Unexpected Edges
Unexpected Edges
terratic interval
tinterval
PAD_X.001 Fig. 2
Figure 3
Falling Edge Detection Approach
Only if 1) and/or 2) indicate that the edge was reliable, should the rest of the
interrupt service routine be executed.
4.2 Rising Edge Detection Approach
In case of rising edge detection multiple interrupts would be generated when the
spike occurs. The time interval since the last interrupt can be measured – if it is
very small compared to the expected value, this would indicate a spike and the
interrupt should be ignored.
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
0.7 VDDP
Input Signal
0.3 VDDP
Internal
Signal
terratic interval
tinterval
Figure 4
PAD_X.001 Fig. 3
Rising Edge Detection Approach
If the time between the rising signal edge and the rising edge caused by a spike
terratic is less than the ISR service time, a workaround would be to clear the
interrupt request (IR) flag before the return from interrupt is done. The clearing
of the IR flag will avoid a further erratic interrupt.
The preferred solution for interrupt handling is to use the rising edge detection.
4.3 Rising Edge and Falling Edge Detection Approach
The rising edge detection workaround works also if both edges are used as
trigger for interrupt and the following conditions are valid:
•
•
terratic interval << tinterval r and
terratic interval << tinterval f
0.7 VDDP
Input Signal
0.3 VDDP
Internal
Signal
Figure 5
Errata Sheet
terratic interval
tinterval r
tinterval f
PAD_X.001 Fig. 4
Rising Edge and Falling Edge Detection Approach
49
V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
PARITY_X.001 PMTSR Register Initialization
The PMTSR register content after start-up is 0100H, meaning the parity logic for
SBRAM is not in standard mode of operation.
Workaround
If parity will be used as Memory Control mechanism for SBRAM, it must be
enabled by initializing the PMTSR register with 8000H.
RESET_X.003 P2.[2:0] and P10.[12:0] Switch to Input
During the execution of an Application Reset and Debug Reset the pins
P2.[2:0] and P10.[12:0] are intermediately switched to input.
These pins return to their previous mode approximately 35 system clock cycles
after the application reset counter has expired (approx. 0.6 µs with default reset
delay at 80 MHz).
If such a pin is used as output, make sure that this short interruption does not
lead to critical system conditions.
Workaround
External pull devices can be added to have a defined level on these pins during
Application and Debug Reset.
RESET_X.004 Sticky “Register Access Trap” forces device into powersave mode after reset.
The system control unit (SCU) provides trap generation, to respond to certain
system level events or faults. Certain trap sources maintain sticky trap flags
which are only cleared explicitly by software, or by a power-on reset. These
sticky trap flags are contained in the SCU register DMPMIT.
In case the “Register Access Trap” flag (DMPMIT.RAT) becomes set, but is not
cleared before a debug, internal application, or application reset occurs, then
the microcontroller will reset, but will fail to start-up correctly. The
microcontroller start-up software will detect that the sticky trap flag is set, and
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
will force the device into power-save mode with DMP_1 shut down and DMP_M
powered.
Workaround
In response to the trap event, software must explicitly clear the sticky trap flag
using the SCU register DMPMITCLR, before executing a debug, internal
application, or application reset.
Note that this workaround does not address unexpected debug, internal
application, or application resets which occur between the sticky trap event and
the clearing of the sticky flags by software. To keep this exposure period as
short as possible, it is recommended to clear the flag early in the trap routine.
Note: Register DMPMITCLR is protected by the register security mechanism
after execution of the EINIT instruction and must be unlocked before
accessing.
SCU_X.012 Wake-Up Timer RUNCON Command
The Wake-Up Timer can be started and stopped by the WUCR.RUNCON bit field.
Under the precondition that the Wake-Up Timer is configured to stop when
reaching zero (WUCR.ASP=1B) and if two Wake-Up Timer commands are
executed successively (e.g. “start” is directly followed by “stop”) then the
second command will be ignored and will not change the state of the Wake-Up
Timer.
Workaround
After executing the first command wait at least 4 Wake-Up Timer cycles (fWUT)
before writing again to the WUCR.RUNCON bit field and requesting the second
command.
StartUp_X.002 JTAG pos. E/DAP pos. 3 after Wake-Up from Stand-By
Mode
Upon wake-up from stand-by mode, the debug-interface is configured
according to the start-up configuration selected lastly before entering stand-by
Errata Sheet
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
mode. If the start-up configuration of a 176-pin device is "debug port JTAG pos.
E/DAP pos. 3", the selection between JTAG and DAP is done also in the standby wake-up phase like upon power-on reset: The DAP1_3 (TDO_E)-pin level is
evaluated and therefore a fixed level must be applied to this pin by the tool.
Since a debugger cannot detect stand-by mode, there is no feasible way to
support debugging via JTAG_E/DAP_3 pins across stand-by wake-up phases
for this start-up configuration (CFG pins P10[6:0] = 0100000B).
Workaround
The alternative solution is to use “Internal Start from Flash” with "Debug
Interface from Flash" (CFG pins P10[6:0] = xxx111B) or “External Start” with
"Debug Interface from Flash" (CFG pins P10[6:0] = 1100000B) and store the
following DBGPRR-content at address C0'01F0H: 1C00H for JTAG pos. E,
1800H for DAP pos. 3.
Note: FSM (Fast Startup Mode) is not affected by this issue.
StartUp_X.003 Debug Interface Configuration from Flash can Fail Upon
Power-On
This erratum only affects devices with a Date Code before G1203 (i.e. digit
value < 1203).
XC2000/XE166 devices allow the user to select between a number of debug
interface options including type (JTAG/DAP) and pin assignment.
The primary selection is done by configuration pins upon power-on, where one
of the supported options is to install the debug interface according to the value
taken from dedicated locations in user Flash (C001F0H..C001F3H). This option
is selected by configuration pin values (HWCFG) xxxxx111B (code start from
internal Flash) or x1100000B (code start from external memory). The other
configurations directly selecting a debug mode work correctly.
The start-up procedure reads the dedicated locations in Flash too early - before
Flash redundancy is installed - which can lead to an unrecoverable read error
and terminate the boot process if the block from C001F0H to C001FFH is
programmed by the user. A limited number of devices are affected – a rough
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
estimation is below 1% from the production - and the (mis) behavior is constant.
That means any device is either always error free or always failing if no
programming of the block from C001F0H to C001FFH is done after the last
power-on.
Note, that only the two mentioned modes upon power-on and only the read from
dedicated locations during start-up are affected but not in general Flash and
debug interface functionality.
Workaround
1. Do not program the page from C00180H to C001FFH. This provides an
erased, error free flash read during start-up (without installed flash
redundancy) of DBGPRR register value which allows start-up from
internal/external memory and JTAG position A.
2. If these start-up configurations are used during development, a device that
does not start-up in the desired debug configuration should be replaced by
another device.
3. Alternatively, select a debug interface not from Flash data but directly using
configuration pins - refer to the User’s Manual. With this it is not possible to
start from external memory, nor is JTAG position A available.
USIC_AI.004 Receive shifter baudrate limitation
If the frame length of SCTRH.FLE does not match the frame length of the
master, then the baudrate of the SSC slave receiver is limited to fsys/2 instead
of fsys.
Workaround
None.
USIC_AI.005 Only 7 data bits are generated in IIC mode when TBUF is
loaded in SDA hold time
When the delay time counter is used to delay the data line SDA (HDEL > 0), and
the empty transmit buffer TBUF was loaded between the end of the
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
acknowledge bit and the expiration of programmed delay time HDEL, only 7 data
bits are transmitted.
With setting HDEL=0 the delay time will be tHDEL = 4 x 1/fSYS + delay
(approximately 60ns @ 80MHz).
Workaround
•
•
Do not use the delay time counter, i.e use only HDEL=0 (default),
or
write TBUF before the end of the last transmission (end of the acknowledge
bit) is reached.
USIC_AI.016 Transmit parameters are updated during FIFO buffer bypass
Transmit Control Information (TCI) can be transferred from the bypass structure
to the USIC channel when a bypass data is loaded into TBUF. Depending on
the setting of TCSR register bit fields, different transmit parameters are updated
by TCI:
•
•
•
•
•
When SELMD = 1, PCR.CTR[20:16] is updated by BYPCR.SELO
(applicable only in SSC mode)
When WLEMD = 1, SCTR.WLE and TCSR.EOF are updated by
BYPCR.BWLE
When FLEMD = 1, SCTR.FLE[4:0] is updated by BYPCR.BWLE
When HPCMD = 1, SCTR.HPCDIR and SCTR.DSM are updated by BHPC
When all of the xxMD bits are 0, no transmit parameters will be updated
However in the current device, independent of the xxMD bits setting, the
following are always updated by the TCI generated by the bypass structure,
when TBUF is loaded with a bypass data:
•
•
•
WLE, HPCDIR and DSM bits in SCTR register
EOF and SOF bits in TCSR register
PCR.CTR[20:16] (applicable only in SSC mode)
Workaround
The application must take into consideration the above behaviour when using
FIFO buffer bypass.
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V1.6, 2013-03
XC2080ED, XC2090ED
XC2000 Family / High Line
Detailed Errata Description
WDT_X.002 Clearing the Internal Flag which Stores Preceding WDT Reset
Request
The information that the WDT has already been exceeded once is stored in an
internal flag. In contrary to the documentation, that this flag can be cleared by
writing a 1B to bit WDTCS.CLRIRF at any time, clearing of the internal flag is only
possible, when the WDT is in Prewarning Mode.
Workaround 1
Applications following the proposal of Application Note AP16103 (section
`Using ESR pins to trigger a PORST reset`) to trigger a Power-on Reset upon
a WDT event will find the internal flag cleared upon the Power-on Reset and
thus will have no issue with this limitation.
Workaround 2
In case the WDT triggers a User Reset upon a WDT overflow, the internal flag
will not be cleared by the reset itself. Any further overflow of the WDT will lead
to a permanent reset of the device.
Applications which intentionally let the WDT exceed once, e.g. in conjunction
with an initial self test, might want to have the internal flag cleared to prevent a
permanent reset upon a real WDT overflow.
If the internal flag shall be cleared by software, this must be done as a reaction
on a WDT overflow in the time frame the WDT is in Prewarning Mode before the
permanent User Reset will be triggered. The CPU is notified upon the WDT
entering Prewarning Mode by issuing an interrupt request. The application can
react on this request and clear the internal flag now by writing a 1B to bit
WDTCS.CLRIRF e.g. within an ISR.
Workaround 3
Some applications may not want to use or rely on the interrupt logic in
conjunction with a WDT overflow event. The proposed remedy in this case is,
to initiate a Power Reset to clear the internal flag by changing the settings of the
active Supply Watchdog (SWD) as follows:
1. Disable SFR protection.
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2. Write the inverted value of bit LxALEV to register SWDCON0, where x stands
for the number of the comparator which currently would trigger a Power
Reset.
In doing so, a Power Reset for VDDI_1 and VDDI_M will be activated clearing
the internal flag. The application may store information on preceding WDT
events in the Standby-SRAM. This can be done any time after the WDT reset
without timing limitations or the need to use the interrupt logic.
Note: Although the supply for the DPRAM, DSRAM and PSRAM will be
switched off during the active reset phase, it depends on the external
buffer capacitance at the VDDI_1 pins, the actual system clock frequency
and the environmental conditions, whether the content of these RAMs will
be preserved in this case or not. However, the Standby-RAM itself is not
cleared upon this reset.
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6.2
Deviations from Electrical- and Timing
Specification
FLASH_X.P001 Test Condition for Flash parameter NER in Data Sheets
The Flash endurance parameter NER `Number of erase cycles` for 15000 cycles
is documented with a wrong Test Condition.
The Test Condition states today: `tRET≥ 5 years; Valid for up to 64 user selected
sectors (data storage)`.
In fact the amount of Flash memory validated for this cycling rate is more limited
and the Test Condition must therefore state the following:
•
tRET≥ 5 years; Valid for Flash module 6 (up to 64 kbytes)
Note: The related use case for this parameter is data storage with high cycling
rate in general and EEPROM emulation in particular. For these
applications concurrent operation of data storage to and program
execution from Flash is assumed. Refer also to parameter NPP.
SWD_X.P001 Supply Watchdog Level VSWD_min too Low
The supply watchdog (SWD) has a built-in hysteresis. In the affected products,
this hysteresis is increased.
This leads to a decreased lower level, i.e. the threshold is lower than selected
(e.g. < 4.5 V for SWDCON.LEVxV = 1001B, or < 3.0 V for SWDCON.LEVxV =
0001B).
The functionality of the on-chip modules is not affected, as it is ensured by the
power validation circuits (PVC).
The IO timing can be marginally slower if VDDP is below the specified minimum
value.
Workaround
None.
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SWD_X.P002 Supply Watchdog (SWD) Supervision Level in Data Sheet.
The Supply Watchdog (SWD) Supervision Level VSWD tolerance boundaries for
5.5 V are changed from ± 0.15 V to ± 0.30 V.
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6.3
Application Hints
ADC_AI.H002 Minimizing Power Consumption of an ADC Module
For a given number of A/D conversions during a defined period of time, the total
energy (power over time) required by the ADC analog part during these
conversions via supply VDDPA is approximately proportional to the converter
active time.
Recommendation for Minimum Power Consumption:
In order to minimize the contribution of A/D conversions to the total power
consumption, it is recommended
1. to select the internal operating frequency of the analog part (fADCI) near the
maximum value specified in the Data Sheet, and
2. to switch the ADC to a power saving state (via ANON) while no conversions
are performed. Note that a certain wake-up time is required before the next
set of conversions when the power saving state is left.
Note: The selected internal operating frequency of the analog part that
determines the conversion time will also influence the sample time tS. The
sample time tS can individually be adapted for the analog input channels
via bit field STC.
CAPCOM12_X.H001 Enabling or Disabling Single Event Operation
The single event operation mode of the CAPCOM1/2 unit eliminates the need
for software to react after the first compare match when only one event is
required within a certain time frame. The enable bit SEEy for a channel CCy is
cleared by hardware after the compare event, thus disabling further events for
this channel.
One Channel in Single Event Operation
As the Single Event Enable registers CC1_SEE, CC2_SEE are not located in the
bit-addressable SFR address range, they can only be modified by instructions
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operating on data type WORD. This is no problem when only one channel of a
CAPCOM unit is used in single event mode.
Two or more Channels in Single Event Operation
When two or more channels of a CAPCOM unit are independently operating in
single event mode, usually an OR instruction is used to enable one or more
compare events in register CCn_SEE, while an AND instruction may be used to
disable events before they have occurred. In these cases, the timing relation of
the channels must be considered, otherwise the following typical problem may
occur:
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In the Memory stage, software reads register CCn_SEE with bit SEEy = 1B
(event for channel CCy has not yet occurred)
Meanwhile, event for CCy occurs, and bit SEEy is cleared to 0B by hardware
In the Write-Back stage, software writes CCn_SEE with bit SEEx = 1B
(intended event for CCx enabled via OR instruction) and bit SEEy = 1B
or, as inverse procedure, software writes CCn_SEE with bit SEEx = 0B
(intended event for CCx disabled via AND instruction) and bit SEEy = 1B
In these cases, another unintended event for channel CCy is enabled.
To avoid this effect, one of the following solutions - depending on the
characteristics of the application - is recommended to enable or disable further
compare events for CAPCOM channels concurrently operating in single event
mode:
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Modify register CCn_SEE only when it is ensured that no compare event in
single event mode can occur, i.e. when CCn_SEE = 0x0000, or
Modify register CCn_SEE only when it is ensured that there is a sufficient
time distance to the events of all channels operating in single event mode,
such that none of the bits in CCn_SEE can change in the meantime, or
Use single event operation for one channel only (i.e. only one bit SEMx may
be = 1B), and/or
Use one of the standard compare modes, and emulate single event
operation for a channel CCs by disabling further compare events in bit field
MODs (in register CCn_Mz) in the corresponding interrupt service routine.
Writing to register CCn_Mz is uncritical, as this register is not modified by
hardware.
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CC6_X.H001 Modifications of Bit MODEN in Register CCU6x_KSCFG
For each module, setting bit MODEN = 0 immediately switches off the module
clock. Care must be taken that the module clock is only switched off when the
module is in a defined state (e.g. stop mode) in order to avoid undesired effects
in an application.
In addition, for a CCU6 module in particular, if bit MODEN is changed to 0 while
the internal functional blocks have not reached their defined stop conditions,
and later MODEN is set to 1 and the mode is not set to run mode, this leads to
a lock situation where the module clock is not switched on again.
ECC_X.H001 ECC Error Indication Permanently Set
The ECC error flag of the ECCSTAT register for the DPRAM, DSRAM, PSRAM
and SBRAM can not be cleared, if a memory location with an ECC error is
selected and the ECC is enabled. The memory can be selected by an active or
by the latest read or write access.
Workaround
Select a memory location without ECC error in the respective memory (e.g.
make a read to another address) and then clear the ECC error flag. Be aware
that the new selected address may also have an ECC error.
FlexRay_AI.H004 Only the first message can be received in External Loop
Back mode
If the loop back (TXD to RXD) will be performed via external physical
transceiver, there will be a large delay between TXD and RXD.
A delay of two sample clock periods can be tolerated from TXD to RXD due to
a majority voting filter operation on the sampled RXD.
Only the first message can be received, due to this delay.
To avoid that only the first message can be received, a start condition of another
message (idle and sampling '0' -> low pulse) must be performed.
The following procedure can be applied at one or both channels:
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wait for no activity (TEST1.AOx=0 -> bus idle)
set Test Multiplexer Control to I/O Test Mode (TEST1.TMC=2),
simultaneously TXDx=TXENx=0
wait for activity (TEST1.AOx=1 -> bus not idle)
set Test Multiplexer Control back to Normal signal path (TEST1.TMC=0)
wait for no activity (TEST1.AOx=0 -> bus idle)
Now the next transmission can be requested.
FlexRay_AI.H005 Initialization of internal RAMs requires one eray_bclk
cycle more
The initialization of the E-Ray internal RAMs as started after hardware reset or
by CHI command CLEAR_RAMS (SUCC1.CMD[3:0] = 1100B) takes 2049
eray_bclk cycles instead of 2048 eray_bclk cycles as described in the E-Ray
Specification.
Signalling of the end of the RAM initialization sequence by transition of
MHDS.CRAM from 1B to 0B is correct.
FlexRay_AI.H006 Transmission in ATM/Loopback mode
When operating the E-Ray in ATM/Loopback mode there should be only one
transmission active at the same time. Requesting two or more transmissions in
parallel is not allowed.
To avoid problems, a new transmission request should only be issued when the
previously requested transmission has finished. This can be done by checking
registers TXRQ1/2/3/4 for pending transmission requests.
FlexRay_AI.H007 Reporting of coding errors via TEST1.CERA/B
When the protocol engine receives a frame that contains a frame CRC error as
well as an FES decoding error, it will report the FES decoding error instead of
the CRC error, which should have precedence according to the non-clocked
SDL description.
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This behaviour does not violate the FlexRay protocol conformance. It has to be
considered only when TEST1.CERA/B is evaluated by a bus analysis tool.
FlexRay_AI.H009 Return from test mode operation
The E-Ray FlexRay IP-module offers several test mode options
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Asynchronous Transmit Mode
Loop Back Mode
RAM Test Mode
I/O Test Mode
To return from test mode operation to regular FlexRay operation we strongly
recommend to apply a hardware reset via input eray_reset to reset all E-Ray
internal state machines to their initial state.
Note: The E-Ray test modes are mainly intended to support device testing or
FlexRay bus analyzing. Switching between test modes and regular
operation is not recommended.
GPT12_AI.H001 Modification of Block Prescalers BPS1 and BPS2
The block prescalers BPS1 and BPS2, controlled via bit fields T3CON.BSP1 and
T6CON.BPS2, determine the basic clock for the GPT1 and GPT2 block,
respectively.
After reset, when initializing a block prescaler BPSx to a value different from its
default value (00B), it must be initialized first before any mode involving external
trigger signals is configured for the associated GPTx block. These modes
include counter, incremental interface, capture, and reload mode. Otherwise,
unintended count/capture/reload events may occur.
In case a block prescaler BPSx needs to be modified during operation of the
GPTx block, disable related interrupts before modification of BPSx, and
afterwards clear the corresponding service request flags and re-initialize those
registers (T2, T3, T4 in block GPT1, and T5, T6, CAPREL in block GPT2) that
might be affected by an unintended count/capture/reload event.
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GPT12E_X.H002 Reading of Concatenated Timers
For measuring longer time periods, a core timer (T3 or T6) may be
concatenated with an auxiliary timer (T2/T4 or T5) of the same timer block. In
this case, the core timer contains the low part, and the auxiliary timer contains
the high part of the extended timer value.
When reading the low and high parts of concatenated timers, care must be
taken to obtain consistent values in particular after a timer overflow/underflow
(e.g. one part may already have considered an overflow, while the other has
not). This is a general issue when reading multi-word results with consecutive
instructions, and not necessarily unique to the GPT module microarchitecture.
The following algorithm may be used to read concatenated GPT timers,
represented by Timer_high (for auxiliary timer, here: T2) and Timer_low (for
core timer, here: T3). In this example, the high part is read twice, and reading
of the low part is repeated if two different values were read for the high part.
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read Timer_high_temp = T2
read Timer_low = T3
wait two basic clock cycles (to allow increment/decrement of auxiliary timer
in case of core timer overflow/underflow) - see Table 13 below
read Timer_high = T2
– if Timer_high is not equal to Timer_high_temp: read Timer_low = T3
After execution of this algorithm, Timer_high and Timer_low represent a
consistent time stamp of the concatenated timers.
The equivalent number of system clock cycles corresponding to two basic clock
cycles is shown in the following Table 13:
Table 13
Equivalent Number of System Clock Cycles Required to Wait
for Two Basic Clock Cycles
Setting of BPS1
BPS1 = 01 BPS1 = 00 BPS1 = 11 BPS1 = 10
Required Number of
System Clocks
8
Setting of BPS2
BPS2 = 01 BPS2 = 00 BPS2 = 11 BPS2 = 10
Required Number of
System Clocks
4
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In case the required timer resolution can be achieved with different
combinations of the Block Prescaler BPS1/BPS2 and the Individual Prescalers
TxI, the variant with the smallest value for the Block Prescaler may be chosen
to minimize the waiting time. E.g. in order to run T6 at fSYS/512, select
BPS2 = 00B, T6I = 111B, and insert 8 NOPs (or other instructions) to ensure the
required waiting time before reading Timer_high the second time.
INT_X.H002 Increased Latency for Hardware Traps
When a condition for a HW trap occurs (i.e. one of the bits in register TFR is set
to 1B), the next valid instruction that reaches the Memory stage is replaced with
the corresponding TRAP instruction. In some special situations described in the
following, a valid instruction may not immediately be available at the Memory
stage, resulting in an increased delay in the reaction to the trap request:
1. When the CPU is in break mode, e.g. single-stepping over such instructions
as SBRK or BSET TFR.x (where x = one of the trap flags in register TFR)
will have no (immediate) effect until the next instruction enters the Memory
stage of the pipeline (i.e. until a further single-step is performed).
2. When the pipeline is running empty due to (mispredicted) branches and a
relatively slow program memory (with many wait states), servicing of the
trap is delayed by the time for the next access to this program memory, even
if vector table and trap handler are located in a faster memory. However, the
situation when the pipeline/prefetcher are completely empty is quite rare
due to the advanced prefetch mechanism of the C166S V2 core.
INT_X.H004 SCU Interrupts Enabled After Reset
Following a reset, the SCU interrupts are enabled by default (register
SCU_INTDIS = 0000H). This may lead to interrupt requests being triggered in
the SCU immediately, even before user software has begun to execute. In the
SCU, multiple interrupt sources are `ORed` to a common interrupt node of the
CPU interrupt controller. Due to the “ORing” of multiple interrupt sources, only
one interrupt request to the interrupt controller will be generated if multiple
sources at the input of this OR gate are active at the same time. If user software
enables an interrupt in the interrupt controller (SCU_xIC) which shares the
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same node as the SCU interrupt request active after reset, it may lead to the
effect of suppressing the intended interrupt source. So, for all SCU interrupt
sources which will not be used, make sure to disable the interrupt source
(SCU_INTDIS) and clear any pending request flags (SCU_xIC.IR) before
enabling interrupts in interrupt controller.
MultiCAN_AI.H005 TxD Pulse upon short disable request
If a CAN disable request is set and then canceled in a very short time (one bit
time or less) then a dominant transmit pulse may be generated by MultiCAN
module, even if the CAN bus is in the idle state.
Example for setup of the CAN disable request:
MCAN_KSCCFG.MODEN = 0 and then MCAN_KSCCFG.MODEN = 1
Workaround
Set all INIT bits to 1 before requesting module disable.
MultiCAN_AI.H006 Time stamp influenced by resynchronization
The time stamp measurement feature is not based on an absolute time
measurement, but on actual CAN bit times which are subject to the CAN
resynchronization during CAN bus operation.The time stamp value merely
indicates the number of elapsed actual bit times. Those actual bit times can be
shorter or longer than nominal bit time length due to the CAN resynchronization
events.
Workaround
None.
MultiCAN_AI.H007 Alert Interrupt Behavior in case of Bus-Off
The MultiCAN module shows the following behavior in case of a bus-off status:
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TEC=0x60 or
REC=0x60
EWRN
Figure 6
REC=0x1,
TEC=0x1
BOFF
INIT
REC=0x60,
TEC=0x1
EWRN+BOFF
INIT
REC=0x0,
TEC=0x0
ALERT
INIT
Alert Interrupt Behavior in case of Bus-Off
When the threshold for error warning (EWRN) is reached (default value of Error
Warning Level EWRN = 0x60), then the EWRN interrupt is issued. The bus-off
(BOFF) status is reached if TEC > 255 according to CAN specification,
changing the MultiCAN module with REC and TEC to the same value 0x1,
setting the INIT bit to 1B, and issuing the BOFF interrupt. The bus-off recovery
phase starts automatically. Every time an idle time is seen, REC is incremented.
If REC = 0x60, a combined status EWRN+BOFF is reached. The corresponding
interrupt can also be seen as a pre-warning interrupt, that the bus-off recovery
phase will be finished soon. When the bus-off recovery phase has finished (128
times idle time have been seen on the bus), EWRN and BOFF are cleared, the
ALERT interrupt bit is set and the INIT bit is still set.
MultiCAN_AI.H008 Effect of CANDIS on SUSACK
When a CAN node is disabled by setting bit NCR.CANDIS = 1B, the node waits
for the bus idle state and then sets bit NSR.SUSACK = 1B.
However, SUSACK has no effect on applications, as its original intention is to
have an indication that the suspend mode of the node is reached during
debugging.
MultiCAN_TC.H002 Double Synchronization of receive input
The MultiCAN module has a double synchronization stage on the CAN receive
inputs. This double synchronization delays the receive data by 2 module clock
cycles. If the MultiCAN is operating at a low module clock frequency and high
CAN baudrate, this delay may become significant and has to be taken into
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account when calculating the overall physical delay on the CAN bus
(transceiver delay etc.).
MultiCAN_TC.H003 Message may be discarded before transmission in
STT mode
If MOFCRn.STT=1 (Single Transmit Trial enabled), bit TXRQ is cleared
(TXRQ=0) as soon as the message object has been selected for transmission
and, in case of error, no retransmission takes places.
Therefore, if the error occurs between the selection for transmission and the
real start of frame transmission, the message is actually never sent.
Workaround
In case the transmission shall be guaranteed, it is not suitable to use the STT
mode. In this case, MOFCRn.STT shall be 0.
MultiCAN_TC.H004 Double remote request
Assume the following scenario: A first remote frame (dedicated to a message
object) has been received. It performs a transmit setup (TXRQ is set) with
clearing NEWDAT. MultiCAN starts to send the receiver message object (data
frame), but loses arbitration against a second remote request received by the
same message object as the first one (NEWDAT will be set).
When the appropriate message object (data frame) triggered by the first remote
frame wins the arbitration, it will be sent out and NEWDAT is not reset. This leads
to an additional data frame, that will be sent by this message object (clearing
NEWDAT).
There will, however, not be more data frames than there are corresponding
remote requests.
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C AN Bus
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OCDS_X.H003 Debug Interface Configuration by User Software
If the debug interface must be (re)configured, the sequence of actions to follow
is:
1.
2.
3.
4.
activate internal test-logic reset by installing SCU_DBGPRR.TRSTGT=0
disable debug interface by installing SCU_DBGPRR.DBGEN=0
install desired debug interface configuration in SCU_DBGPRR[11:0]
activate pull-devices (if internal will be used) by installing Px_IOCRy
accordingly
5. enable debug interface by installing SCU_DBGPRR.DBGEN=1
6. release internal test-logic reset by installing SCU_DBGPRR.TRSTGT=1
These steps must be performed as separate, sequential write operations.
PVC_X.H001 PVC Threshold Level 2
The Power Validation Circuits (PVCM, PVC1) compare the supply voltage of
the respective domain (DMP_M, DMP_1) with programmable levels (LEV1V
and LEV2V in register SCU_PVCMCON0 or SCU_PVC1CON0).
The default value of LEV1V is used to generate a reset request in the case of
low core voltage.
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LEV2V can generate an interrupt request at a higher voltage, to be used as a
warning. Due to variations of the tolerance of both the Embedded Voltage
Regulators (EVR) and the PVC levels, this interrupt can be triggered
inadvertently, even though the core voltage is within the normal range. It is,
therefore, recommended not to use this warning level.
LEV2V can be disabled by executing the following sequence:
1. Disable the PVC level threshold 2 interrupt request
SCU_PVCMCON0.L2INTEN and SCU_ PVC1CON0.L2INTEN.
2. Disable the PVC interrupt request flag source SCU_INTDIS.PVCMI2 and
SCU_INTDIS.PVC1I2.
3. Clear the PVC interrupt request flag source SCU_DMPMITCLR.PVCMI2 and
SCU_ DMPMITCLR.PVC1I2.
4. Clear the PVC interrupt request flag by writing to SCU_INTCLR.PVCMI2
and SCU_INTCLR.PVC1I2.
5. Clear the selected SCU request flag (default is SCU_1IC.IR).
The Power Validation Circuits (PVCM) compare the supply voltage of the
respective domain (DMP_M) with programmable levels (LEV1V and LEV2V in
register SCU_PVCMCON0).
The default value of LEV1V is used to generate a reset request in the case of
low core voltage.
LEV2V can generate an interrupt request at a higher voltage, to be used as a
warning. Due to variations of the tolerance of both the Embedded Voltage
Regulators (EVR) and the PVC levels, this interrupt can be triggered
inadvertently, even though the core voltage is within the normal range. It is,
therefore, recommended not to use this warning level.
LEV2V can be disabled by executing the following sequence:
1. Disable the PVC level threshold 2 interrupt request
SCU_PVCMCON0.L2INTEN.
2. Disable the PVC interrupt request flag source SCU_INTDIS.PVCMI2.
3. Clear the PVC interrupt request flag source SCU_DMPMITCLR.PVCMI2.
4. Clear the PVC interrupt request flag by writing to SCU_INTCLR.PVCMI2.
5. Clear the selected SCU request flag (default is SCU_1IC.IR).
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RESET_X.H003 How to Trigger a PORST after an Internal Failure
There is no internal User Reset that restores the complete device including the
power system like a Power-On Reset. In some applications it is possible to
connect ESR1 or ESR2 with the PORST pin and set the used ESR pin as Reset
output. With this a WDT or Software Reset can trigger a Power-On Reset.
A detailed description is in the Application Note AP16103.
RTC_X.H003 Changing the RTC Configuration
The count input clock fRTC for the Real Time Clock module (RTC) can be
selected via bit field RTCCLKSEL in register RTCCLKCON. Whenever the
system clock is less than 4 times faster than the RTC count input clock (fSYS <
fRTC × 4), Asynchronous Mode must be selected (bit RTCCM = 1B in register
RTCCLKCON).
To assure data consistency in the count registers T14, RTCL, RTCH, the RTC
module must be temporarily switched off by setting bit MODEN = 0B in register
RTC_KSCCFG before register RTCCLKCON is modified, i.e. whenever
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changing the operating mode (Synchronous/Asynchronous) Mode in bit
RTCCM, or
changing the RTC count source in bit field RTCCLKSEL.
In case power domain DMP_1 is switched off, it is not required to switch the
RTC to Asynchronous Mode, since it will receive a reset in any case.
SCU_X.H009 WUCR.TTSTAT can be set after a Power-Up
After power-up the wake-up clock fWU is selected for the Wake-Up Timer (WUT).
In this case, the trim interrupt trigger cannot be used, because the WUT trim
trigger status bit (WUCR.TTSTAT) might become set erroneously. This happens
sporadically and is, therefore, difficult to find in the development phase of an
application. If the trim interrupt trigger is enabled this may lead to unintended
SCU interrupts that may also block other interrupt sources (see INT_X.H004).
This can be avoided by executing the following sequence:
1. Disable the trim interrupt source SCU_INTDIS.WUTI
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2. Clear the trim interrupt request flag by writing to INTCLR.WUTI
3. Clear the selected SCU request flag (default is SCU_1IC.IR)
SWD_X.H001 Application Influence on the SWD
The internal Supply Watchdog (SWD) monitors the external supply voltage of
the pad I/O domain VDDPB which is connected to the device. Therefore,
adjustable threshold levels are defined over the complete supply voltage range.
These limits are also influenced by system environment and may deviate due
to external influences slightly from the values given in the Datasheet.
Independent of the SWD is the internal start up and operation protected by the
PVC, which monitor the core voltage.
StartUp_X.H001 EBC is not Disabled in Fast Startup Mode
The pin-assignment to the External Bus Controller (EBC) is disabled after startup in all modes that do not need the external bus explicitly - i.e. in all modes but
External Start. The special Fast Startup Mode (FSM) - which can be entered in
conjunction with Standby Mode 1 - is an exception from this rule. If the user
executed code in FSM and needs one pin or some pins which can be assigned
to EBC - the user code must first disable this assignment by setting
EBCMOD0.EBCDIS = 1B. Afterwards all the EBC-pins are available to the user
software as GPIOs or with their alternate functions.
USIC_AI.H001 FIFO RAM Parity Error Handling
A false RAM parity error may be signalled by the USIC module, which may
optionally lead to a trap request (if enabled) for the USIC RAM, under the
following conditions:
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a receive FIFO buffer is configured for the USIC module, and
after the last power-up, less data elements than configured in bit field SIZE
have been received in the FIFO buffer, and
the last data element is read from the receiver buffer output register OUTRL
(i.e. the buffer is empty after this read access).
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Once the number of received data elements is greater than or equal to the
receive buffer size configured in bit field SIZE, the effect described above can
no longer occur.
To avoid false parity errors, it is recommended to initialize the USIC RAM before
using the receive buffer FIFO. This can be achieved by configuring a 64-entry
transmit FIFO and writing 64 times the value 0x0 to the FIFO input register
IN00 to fill the whole FIFO RAM with 0x0.
USIC_AI.H002 Configuration of USIC Port Pins
Setting up alternate output functions of USIC port pins through Pn.IOCRy
registers before enabling the USIC protocol (CCR.MODE = 0001B, 0010B,
0011B or 0100B) might lead to unintended spikes on these port pins. To avoid
the unintended spikes, either of the following two sequences can be used to
enable the protocol:
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Sequence 1:
– Write the initial output value to the port pin through Pn_OMR
– Enable the output driver for the general purpose output through
Pn_IOCRx
– Enable USIC protocol through CCR.MODE
– Select the USIC alternate output function through Pn_IOCRx
Sequence 2:
– Enable USIC protocol through CCR.MODE
– Enable the output driver for the USIC alternate output function through
Pn_IOCRx
Similarly, after the protocol is established, switching off the USIC channel by
reseting CCR.MODE directly might cause undesired transitions on the output
pin. The following sequence is recommended:
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Write the passive output value to the port pin through Pn_OMR
Enable the output driver for the general purpose output through Pn_IOCRx
Disable USIC protocol through CCR.MODE
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USIC_AI.H003 PSR.RXIDLE Cleared by Software
If PSR.RXIDLE is cleared by software, the USIC is not able to receive until the
receive line is detected IDLE again (see User’s Manual chapter Idle Time).
For UART based busses with higher traffic e.g. LIN it is possible that sometimes
the next frame starts sending before PSR.RXIDLE is set 1B by hardware again.
This generates an error.
A solution is, that the PSR.RXIDLE bit is not cleared in software.
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6.4
Documentation Updates
EBC_X.D001 Visibility of Internal LXBus Cycles on External Address Bus
EBC chapter “Access Control to LXBus Modules” receives the following
correction:
In the first paragraph the term “read mode” is replaced by “tri-state mode”.
The following is added:
Despite the above mentioned measures, accesses to internal LXBus modules
are to some extent reflected on the non-multiplexed address pins A[23:0] of the
external bus.
1. During an internal LXBus access, the external address bus is tri-stated. The
switch to tri-state mode occurs in the same cycle as the internal LXBus
access. This may induce residual voltage which can lead to undefined logic
levels on the address bus pins. Those in turn can cause unwanted switching
activity on attached device input stages. Therefore attached devices should
be equipped with an input hysteresis filter to avoid unwanted switching
activity.
2. After an internal LXBus access is completed the address of the location
accessed last on the LXBus becomes visible on the external address bus,
unless an external bus cycle immediately follows the LXBus cycle. Due to
this behavior, switching activity on the address bus can be observed even if
no external access is active.
Note: A functional impact due to this behavior is not expected because external
bus control signals are held inactive during the internal LXBus access.
ECC_X.D002 Initialization of the Read-Control Logic
In chapter `ECC Error Handling` (8.14.3) of the User's Manual version 1.1 the
following note should be added.
Note: The state of the read-control logic must get cleared after initialization of a
RAM with ECC enabled. This is achieved with a read operation from one
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location in each of the RAMs which was initialized before. This read
operation must get executed before enabling the corresponding ECC
trap.
RESET_X.D001 Reset Types of Trap Registers
The reset type of SCU registers TRAPDIS, TRAPSET, TRAPNP and TRAPNP1
is an Application Reset.
In the next revision of the user’s manual the reset type of this registers will be
changed from a Power-on Reset to an Application Reset.
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