Motorola | MCU 68HC912 | UPA-USB Device Programmer

UPA-USB Device Programmer
Contents
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Table of Contents
Part I Overview
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Part II User Guide
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1 Hex Editor
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2 Hex-Dec Convertor
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3 Keyboard Shortcuts
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Part III UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
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1 Supported Devices
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2 Jumpers and ...................................................................................................................................
Connectors Description
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3 Atmel 8051, AVR
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8-Bit Risk
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4 Microchip PICs
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5 EEPROMs
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I2C and SPI .......................................................................................................................................................... 9
Microwire
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M35080
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SDA(E)2506 .......................................................................................................................................................... 10
6 Motorola HC05
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MC68HC05B PLCC52
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MC68HC705B16
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PLCC52
MC68HC05H12
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PLCC52
MC68HC05L28
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PDIP56
MC68HC05X16/32
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QFP64
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MC68HC(9)08..........................................................................................................................................................
QFP64
MC68HC08AZ32
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QFP100
MC68HC08AS20
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PLCC52
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MC68HC11A8/E9
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PLCC52
MC68HC11E ..........................................................................................................................................................
QFP64
MC68HC11E ..........................................................................................................................................................
SDIP56
MC68HC11EA9
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PLCC52
MC68HC11F1..........................................................................................................................................................
PLCC68
MC68HC11K PLCC84
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MC68HC11K QFP80
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MC68HC11KA2/4
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PLCC68
MC68HC11KA2/4
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QFP64
MC68HC11KG4
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QFP100
MC68HC11KS..........................................................................................................................................................
PLCC68
MC68HC11L6..........................................................................................................................................................
PLCC68
MC68HC11P2..........................................................................................................................................................
PLCC84
MC68HC11PA8
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QFP64
MC68HC11PH8
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PLCC84
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MC68HC(9)12B32
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QFP80
MC68HC(9)12D60(A)
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QFP80
MC68HC(9)12D60(A)/DG128(A)
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QFP112
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MC9S12Dx64/128/256
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QFP80
MC9S12Dx64/128/256
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QFP112
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11 78K0/HC912 ...................................................................................................................................
Adapter
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Jumpers and ..........................................................................................................................................................
Connectors Description
uPD780824/6/8A
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uPD780973/4 ..........................................................................................................................................................
uPD780948/9 ..........................................................................................................................................................
68HC912 QFP112
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12 STMicroelectronics
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ST6
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ST6240 QFP80
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ST6245 QFP52
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ST6249 QFP68
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Socket Description
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Additional Adapter
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Schematics
TMS370cx36
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Adapter Schematic
TMS370cx42
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Adapter Schematic
Part IV Pascal Script Reference
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1 Device Management
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AddAction ..........................................................................................................................................................
AddDevice ..........................................................................................................................................................
AddDeviceGroup
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BlankCheckDevice
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GetDevice ..........................................................................................................................................................
HideDeviceOrGroup
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ProgramDevice
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ReadDevice ..........................................................................................................................................................
ShowDeviceOrGroup
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VerifyDevice ..........................................................................................................................................................
2 File I/O
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AddOpenFileAction
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OpenFile
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3 Hex Editor ................................................................................................................................... 51
GetByteHexEdit
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GetSizeHexEdit
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RefreshHexEdit
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SelectAllMemoryRange
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SelectEEPROMRange
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SetByteHexEdit
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SetProgramModifiedOnly
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SetProgramRange
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4 Message and...................................................................................................................................
Input Boxes
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AddMsg
ClearMsg
InBox
MsgBox
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5 Miscellaneous
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Application ..........................................................................................................................................................
InputForm ..........................................................................................................................................................
IntToHex
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SetProductInfo
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6 RemObjects ...................................................................................................................................
Pascal Script
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Library
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Reserved words
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Statements ..........................................................................................................................................................
Types
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Index
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
Overview
Features
Hex Editor
Over write or insert mode
Support hexadecimal, decimal, octal and binary systems
File size up to 2GB (depends on the virtual memory of the computer)
Grouping bytes
Print the whole file or selected part of it
Unlimited Undo/Redo
Ajustable bytes per line
Fast searching/replacing hex or text data
Compare files
Font and colour options
Opening/Saving Intel Hex Format files
Opening Motorola S Record files
Swap even and odd bytes
Copy dump to clipboard
Copy part of a file to another file or to a text editor
Go to specified offset
Fill a selected part of the file in 0 or 255 (FFh)
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User Guide
2.1
Hex Editor
The hexadecimal editor (HexEdit) allows customer to edited binary files, for programming a memory or
micro controller. Maximal size of the file is theoretical 2 GB, but actually depends on available virtual
memory of the computer. Editor works in overwriting or insert mode, switched by Insert key or by the
button Insert/Over located on the bottom of the window status bar. Hex Edit allows a few files to be
opened and various operations to be done with them. Hex Edit has 3 areas: offset, numerical and text.
000000: 61 62 73 64 65 66 67 68 absdefgh
000008: 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6B 70 71 jklmnkpq
Status Bar
Status bar displays the offset of the pointer position from the beginning of the file, the current value
located at this offset and the size of the file. There are few buttons available:
Offset button - Toggles hexadecimal, decimal or octal representing of the offset
Data button - Toggles hexadecimal, decimal, octal or binary representing of the numbers
Size button - Toggles hexadecimal, decimal or octal representing of the file size
Find/Replace button - Show/Hide Find/Replace Bar
Monitor button - Show/Hide Data Monitor Bar
Two editing controls allows translating the pointer position at specified offset and data editing (Press
Enter in the end)
Find/Replace Bar
This bar allows searching/replacing of text or hexadecimal number forward or backward. Text
searching is not case sensitive. If a case sensitive searching is required, click Text button to convert
entered text to ASCII codes. Hexadecimal searching is always case sensitive.
Monitor Bar
There are two buttons on the Monitor Bar. First one specifies the size of the number- 8, 16, 32 or 64
bits. The second button changes the order of the bytes - Intel (less signed byte first); Motorola (most
signed byte first). The number are displayed as unsigned integer, signed integer and a real number
Working with Clipboard
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Hex edit clipboard to copy numbers or text from one file to another one. It's possible copying from UPA
to a text editor (Notepad, Word). In this case, the caret position specifies the form of the copied data.
The caret is located at number area
24 07 F0 71 7B 51 A1 66 The caret is located in the text area
$.рq{QЎf
A Dump can be copied by Edit/Copy as Text
005FF8: 036 007 240 113 123 081 161 102 $.рq{QЎf
006000: 000 034 161 120 000 036 161 004 ."Ўx.$Ў.
006008: 000 038 161 015 000 040 239 149 .&Ў..(п
It's possible to copy text from a text editor to UPA's hex editor
000000: 49 74 27 73 20 70 6F 73 It's pos
000008: 73 69 62 6C 65 20 74 6F sible to
000010: 20 63 6F 70 79 20 74 65
copy te
000018: 78 74 20 66 72 6F 6D 20 xt from
000020: 61 20 74 65 78 74 20 65 a text e
000028: 64 69 74 6F 72 20 74 6F ditor to
000030: 20 55 50 41 27 73 20 68
UPA's h
000038: 65 78 20 65 64 69 74 6F ex edito
Keyboard Shortcuts
Left, Right, Up, Down
End
Home
CTRL+End
CTRL+Home
Tab
PgDn
PgUp
Shift+Arrow keys, Home,End,
PgDn, PgUp
Ins
Ctrl+Ins, Ctrl+C
Shift+Ins, Ctrl+V
Ctrl+X
Backspace, Del
Ctrl+Z
Ctrl+Y
2.2
Moves the caret
Moves the caret to the end of the line
Moves the caret to the start of the line
Moves caret to the end of the file
Moves caret to the start of the file
Toggles between hex and text area
Moves the caret down by one page
Moves the caret up by one page
Selects an area
Toggles between Insert and Over write
modes
Copy
Paste
Cut
Delete
Undo
Redo
Hex-Dec Convertor
Using this option the customer converts numbers from hexadecimal to decimal system and opposite.
The type of the number can be choose by a button (on the second line)
2.3
Keyboard Shortcuts
Hex Editor
Left, Right, Up, Down
End
Moves the caret
Moves the caret to the end of the line
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Home
CTRL+End
CTRL+Home
Tab
PgDn
PgUp
Shift+Arrow keys, Home,End,
PgDn, PgUp
Ins
Ctrl+Ins, Ctrl+C
Shift+Ins, Ctrl+V
Ctrl+X
Backspace, Del
Ctrl+Z
Ctrl+Y
Moves the caret to the start of the line
Moves caret to the end of the file
Moves caret to the start of the file
Toggles between hex and text area
Moves the caret down by one page
Moves the caret up by one page
Selects an area
Toggles between Insert and Over write
modes
Copy
Paste
Cut
Delete
Undo
Redo
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.1
Supported Devices
NSC*: CR16HCS5/9, CR16MCS5/9, CR16MES5/9, CR16MFS5/9, CR16MCT5/9, CR16HCT5/9
Motorola HC05*: MC68HC05B6, MC68HC05B8, MC68HC05B16, MC68HC705B16, MC68HC05B32,
MC68HC05E6, MC68HC705E6, MC68HC05H12, MC68HC05L28, MC68HC05P3,
MC68HC705P3*,MC68HC05X16, MC68HC05X32
Motorola HC08*: MC68HC08AS20, MC68HC08AS32, MC68HC08AS60, MC68HC08AZ32,
MC68HC(9)08AZ32A, MC68HC908AZ60, MC68HC908AZ60A
Motorola HC11*: MC68HC11A1, MC68HC11A8, MC68HC11E9, MC68HC11EA9, MC68HC11E20,
MC68HC11F1, MC68HC11K4, MC68HC11KA2, MC68HC11KA4, MC68HC11KG4, MC68HC11KS2,
MC68HC11KS8, MC68HC11L6, MC68HC11P2, MC68HC11PA8, MC68HC11PH8
Motorola HC12*: MC68HC912B32, MC68HC912BE32, MC68HC912D60, MC68HC912D60A,
MC68HC912DC128A, MC68HC912DG128, MC68HC912DG128A
Motorola HCS12*: MC9S12D64, MC9S12A128, MC9S12DG128, MC9S12DG256, MC9S12H128,
MC9S12H256
Atmel 8051 Architecture: AT89S51, AT89S52, AT89S53, AT89S8252, AT89S8253
Atmel AVR 8-Bit Risk: AT90S1200, AT90S2313, AT90S2323, AT90S2333, AT90S2343, AT90S4433,
AT90S4434, AT90S8515, AT90S8535, ATmega8, ATmega16, ATmega161, ATmega162,
ATmega163, ATmega323, ATmega64, ATmega103, ATmega128, ATtiny12, ATtiny15, ATtiny2313,
ATmega8515, ATmega8535
Microchip PIC12: PIC12F508, PIC12F509, PIC12F629, PIC12F675
Microchip PIC16: PIC16F627(A), PIC16F628(A), PIC16F648A, PIC16F72, PIC16F73, PIC16F74,
PIC16F76, PIC16F77, PIC16F818, PIC16F819
PIC16F83, PIC16F84(A), PIC16F870, PIC16F871, PIC16F872, PIC16F873(A), PIC16F874(A),
PIC16F876(A), PIC16F877(A)
EEPROMs I2C: 24C01, 24C02, 24C04, 24C08, 24C16, 24C32, 24C64, 24C65, 24C128, 24C256,
24C512, 85C72, 85C82, 85C92, BAW574252, GRM-003, GRM-004, GRM-005, KKZ-06F, MCM2814,
PCA8581, PCF8581, PCF8582, PCF8594, PCF8598, PCF85102, PCF85116, SDA2516, SDA2526,
SDA2546, X24C00, X24C01
EEPROMs Microwire: 7002, 93C06, 93C14, 93C46, 93C56, 93C57, 93C66, 93C76, 93C86, 93S46,
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93S56, 93S66, GRN-001, GRO-002, KKZ-01, S220, S2914, ST61907, XLS93C46
EEPROMs SPI: M35080, 25C010, 25C020, 25C040, 25C080, 25C128, 25C160, 25C256, 25C320,
25C640, M25P05, M25P10, M25P20, M25P40, M25P80, ST95010, ST95020, ST95040, ST95080,
ST95160, ST95320, ST95640, ST95P02, ST95P04, ST95P08, X5043, X5045
EEPROMs Miscellaneous: CXK1011, CXK1012, CXK1013, M6M80011, M6M80021, M6M80041,
SDE2506, TC89101, TC89102, 77005, 77007, BR9010, BR9020, BR9040, CAT64LC10, CAT64LC20,
CAT64LC40
*EEPROM Only
3.2
Jumpers and Connectors Description
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3.3
Atmel 8051, AVR 8-Bit Risk
3.4
Microchip PICs
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.5
EEPROMs
3.5.1
I2C and SPI
3.5.2
Microwire
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3.5.3
M35080
3.5.4
SDA(E)2506
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Motorola HC05
3.6.1
MC68HC05B PLCC52
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
MC68HC705B16 PLCC52
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.6.3
MC68HC05H12 PLCC52
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
MC68HC05L28 PDIP56
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.6.5
MC68HC05X16/32 QFP64
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3.7
Motorola HC08
3.7.1
MC68HC(9)08 QFP64
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.7.2
MC68HC08AZ32 QFP100
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
MC68HC08AS20 PLCC52
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Motorola HC11
3.8.1
MC68HC11A8/E9 PLCC52
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
MC68HC11E QFP64
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.8.3
MC68HC11E SDIP56
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
MC68HC11EA9 PLCC52
LIFT Vddsyn (23) pin
REPLACE ORIGINAL QUARTZ RESONATOR WITH A 8MHz ONE
See Application Note: EB422.PDF available from www.freescale.com
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.8.5
MC68HC11F1 PLCC68
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
MC68HC11K PLCC84
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.8.7
MC68HC11K QFP80
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
MC68HC11KA2/4 PLCC68
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.8.9
MC68HC11KA2/4 QFP64
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3.8.10 MC68HC11KG4 QFP100
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.8.11 MC68HC11KS PLCC68
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3.8.12 MC68HC11L6 PLCC68
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3.8.13 MC68HC11P2 PLCC84
LIFT Vddsyn (68) pin
REPLACE ORIGINAL QUARTZ RESONATOR WITH A 8MHz ONE
See Application Note: EB422.PDF available from www.freescale.com
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3.8.14 MC68HC11PA8 QFP64
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.8.15 MC68HC11PH8 PLCC84
LIFT Vddsyn (68) pin
REPLACE ORIGINAL QUARTZ RESONATOR WITH A 8MHz ONE
See Application Note: EB422.PDF available from www.freescale.com
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3.9
Motorola HC12
3.9.1
MC68HC(9)12B32 QFP80
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3.9.2
MC68HC(9)12D60(A) QFP80
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UPA-USB Device Programmer
MC68HC(9)12D60(A)/DG128(A) QFP112
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Motorola HCS12
3.10.1 MC9S12Dx64/128/256 QFP80
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3.10.2 MC9S12Dx64/128/256 QFP112
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78K0/HC912 Adapter
Supported Devices
NEC uPD780828A, uPD780973/4, uPD780948/9
Motorola (Freescale) 68HC912D60(A)DG128(A), 68HC912DC128A
78K0 in circuit programming via 14 wire connection using J2 connector (Pins 15 and 16 are not used)
uPD780828A connections
uPD780973/4 connections
uPD780948/9 connections
78K0 programming by a test board
solder the MCU on a test board, and plug it into the 24 pin connector J1
HC912 programming by a test board
solder the MCU on a test board, and plug it into the 24 pin connector J1
LED must blink during read/program
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3.11.1 Jumpers and Connectors Description
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3.11.2 uPD780824/6/8A
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3.11.3 uPD780973/4
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3.11.4 uPD780948/9
3.11.5 68HC912 QFP112
Desolder the MCU from the target board by hot air solder.
Solder the MCU on the 912D60/DG128 testing board according the picture below
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Check for shorted pins by an ohm meter
Plug the 912D60/DG128 test board in the 78K0/HC912 adapter ( J1 24 pins connector )
Look out for PIN1!
Plug the 78K0/HC912 Adapter in the UUSP - (DB9 Male Connector)
Connect the PC USB cable to the UUSP
Run UPA-USB Device Programmer Software and select a MCU - MC68HC912D60(A),
MC68HC912DG128(A) or MC68HC912DC128A
Select a 4MHz Oscillator frequency (The 78K0/HC912 adapter use a 4MHz quartz)
Push the Read button, look at the red LED on the Adapter - It have to blink during reading (also during
all other actions)
Blinking LED means that the MCU executes the code programmed in the external flash memory.
If in the future you'd like to access the MCU by BDM in circuit, push Disable BDM Lockout button. This
will set NOBDM bit to 1 (Shadow word)
Note:
It's possible the original software (in the MCU internal flash) to enable BDM Lockout again after
soldering of the MCU back on the target board.
Such MCU can be read/program by BDM Lockout Adapter only
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.12
STMicroelectronics ST6
3.12.1 ST6240 QFP80
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3.12.2 ST6245 QFP52
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UUSP (UPA-USB Serial Programmer)
3.12.3 ST6249 QFP68
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TMS Adapter
Supported Devices
TMS370cx0x, TMS370cx5x, TMS375c006
TMS370cx36 and TMS370cx42 by additional adapter
3.13.1 Socket Description
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3.13.2 Additional Adapter Schematics
3.13.2.1 TMS370cx36 Adapter Schematic
3.13.2.2 TMS370cx42 Adapter Schematic
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Pascal Script Reference
4.1
Device Management
function AddAction( Caption, ProcName, DeviceName: string ): boolean
function AddDevice( DeviceName, Description, GroupName, InheritedDeviceName: string ): boolean
function AddDeviceGroup( GroupName, Description: string ): boolean
function BlankCheckDevice: boolean
function GetDevice( DeviceName: string; var DevBase: TDevice ): boolean
procedure HideDeviceOrGroup( DeviceOrGroupName: string )
function ProgramDevice: boolean
function ReadDevice: boolean
procedure ShowDeviceOrGroup( DeviceOrGroupName: string )
function VerifyDevice: boolean
4.1.1
AddAction
function AddAction( Caption, ProcName, DeviceName: string ): boolean
4.1.2
AddDevice
function AddDevice( DeviceName, Description, GroupName, InheritedDeviceName: string ): boolean
4.1.3
AddDeviceGroup
function AddDeviceGroup( GroupName, Description: string ): boolean
4.1.4
BlankCheckDevice
function BlankCheckDevice: boolean
4.1.5
GetDevice
function GetDevice( DeviceName: string; var DevBase: TDevice ): boolean
4.1.6
HideDeviceOrGroup
procedure HideDeviceOrGroup( DeviceOrGroupName: string )
4.1.7
ProgramDevice
function ProgramDevice: boolean
4.1.8
ReadDevice
function ReadDevice: boolean
4.1.9
ShowDeviceOrGroup
procedure ShowDeviceOrGroup( DeviceOrGroupName: string )
4.1.10 VerifyDevice
function VerifyDevice: boolean
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4.2
File I/O
function AddOpenFileAction( Caption, DeviceName, FileName: string ): boolean
function OpenFile( FileName: string ): boolean
4.2.1
AddOpenFileAction
function AddOpenFileAction( Caption, DeviceName, FileName: string ): boolean
4.2.2
OpenFile
function OpenFile( FileName: string ): boolean
4.3
Hex Editor
function GetByteHexEdit( Offset: integer ): byte
function GetSizeHexEdit: integer
procedure RefreshHexEdit
function SelectAllMemoryRange: boolean
function SelectEEPROMRange: boolean
procedure SetByteHexEdit( Offset: integer; Value: byte )
procedure SetProgramModifiedOnly( Value: boolean )
function SetProgramRange( StartVal, EndVal: integer ): boolean
4.3.1
GetByteHexEdit
function GetByteHexEdit( Offset: integer ): byte
4.3.2
GetSizeHexEdit
function GetSizeHexEdit: integer
4.3.3
RefreshHexEdit
procedure RefreshHexEdit
4.3.4
SelectAllMemoryRange
function SelectAllMemoryRange: boolean
4.3.5
SelectEEPROMRange
function SelectEEPROMRange: boolean
4.3.6
SetByteHexEdit
procedure SetByteHexEdit( Offset: integer; Value: byte )
4.3.7
SetProgramModifiedOnly
procedure SetProgramModifiedOnly( Value: boolean )
4.3.8
SetProgramRange
function SetProgramRange( StartVal, EndVal: integer ): boolean
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Message and Input Boxes
procedure AddMsg( Text: string )
procedure ClearMsgs
function InBox( Caption, EditLabel: string; var Value: string ): boolean
function MsgBox( Text, Caption: string; Flags: integer ): integer
4.4.1
AddMsg
procedure AddMsg( Text: string )
4.4.2
ClearMsg
procedure ClearMsgs;
4.4.3
InBox
function InBox( Caption, EditLabel: string; var Value: string ): boolean
Displays a prompt in a dialog box, waits for the user to input text or click a button, and
returns the contents of the text box to Value parameter.
Parameters
Caption: string
string that contains the input box title
EditLabel: string
string that contains the edit control label
Value: string
Return Value
If the user clicks OK or presses ENTER, the InBox function returns True and Value
parameter, whatever is in the text box. If the user clicks Cancel, the function returns False.
4.4.4
MsgBox
function MsgBox( Text, Caption: string; Flags: integer ): integer
The MsgBox function creates, displays, and operates a message box
Parameters
Text: string
string that contains the message to be displayed
Caption: string
string that contains the dialog box title
Flags: integer
Specifies the contents and behavior of the dialog box. This parameter can be a combination of
flags from the following groups of flags. To indicate the buttons displayed in the message
box, specify one of the following values.
MB_OK
The message box contains one push button: OK. This is the default.
MB_OKCANCEL
The message box contains two push buttons: OK and Cancel.
MB_ABORTRETRYIGNORE
The message box contains three push buttons: Abort, Retry, and Ignore.
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MB_YESNOCANCEL
The message box contains three push buttons: Yes, No, and Cancel
MB_YESNO
The message box contains two push buttons: Yes and No.
MB_RETRYCANCEL
The message box contains two push buttons: Retry and Cancel.
To display an icon in the message box, specify one of the following values.
MB_ICONHAND
A stop-sign icon appears in the message box.
MB_ICONQUESTION
A question-mark icon appears in the message box.
MB_ICONEXCLAMATION
An exclamation-point icon appears in the message box.
MB_ICONASTERISK
An icon consisting of a lowercase letter i in a circle appears in the message box.
MB_ICONWARNING
An exclamation-point icon appears in the message box.
MB_ICONERROR
A stop-sign icon appears in the message box.
MB_ICONINFORMATION
An icon consisting of a lowercase letter i in a circle appears in the message box.
MB_ICONSTOP
A stop-sign icon appears in the message box.
Return Value
If the function fails, the return value is zero.
If the function succeeds, the return value is one of the following menu-item values.
4.5
IDABORT
Abort button was selected.
IDCANCEL
Cancel button was selected.
IDIGNORE
Ignore button was selected.
IDNO
No button was selected.
IDOK
OK button was selected.
IDRETRY
Retry button was selected.
IDYES
Yes button was selected.
Miscellaneous
Application: TApplication
InputForm: TForm
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function IntToHex( Value: Integer; Digits: Integer ): string
procedure SetProductInfo( ProductName, Description: string )
4.5.1
Application
Application: TApplication
4.5.2
InputForm
InputForm: TForm
4.5.3
IntToHex
function IntToHex( Value: Integer; Digits: Integer ): string
4.5.4
SetProductInfo
procedure SetProductInfo( ProductName, Description: string )
4.6
RemObjects Pascal Script
Types
Reserved words
Statements
Library
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4.6.1
Library
function FloatToStr( e: extended ): string
function IntToStr( i: Longint ): string
function StrToInt( s: string ): Longint
function StrToIntDef( s: string; def: Longint ): Longint
function Copy( s: string; ifrom, icount: Longint ): string
function Pos( substr, s: string ): Longint
procedure Delete( var s: string; ifrom, icount: Longint ): string
procedure Insert( s: string; var s2: string; ipos: Longint ): string
function GetArraylength( var v: array ): Integer
procedure SetArrayLength( var v: array; i: Integer )
function StrGet( S : String; I : Integer ) : Char
function StrSet( c : Char; I : Integer; var s : String ) : Char
function Uppercase( s : string ) : string
function Lowercase( s : string ) : string
function Trim( s : string ) : string
function Length( s : String ) : Longint
procedure SetLength( var S: String; L: Longint )
function Sin( e : Extended ) : Extended
function Cos( e : Extended ) : Extended
function Sqrt( e : Extended ) : Extended
function Round( e : Extended ) : Longint
function Trunc( e : Extended ) : Longint
function Int( e : Extended ) : Longint
function Pi : Extended
function Abs( e : Extended ) : Extended
function StrToFloat( s: string ): Extended
function FloatToStr( e : Extended ) : String
function Padl( s : string; I : longInt ) : string
function Padr( s : string; I : longInt ) : string
function Padz( s : string; I : longInt ) : string
function Replicate( c : char; I : longInt ) : string
function StringOfChar( c : char; I : longInt ) : string
4.6.2
Reserved words
AND
ARRAY
AS
BEGIN
CASE
CHR
CLASS
CONST
CONSTRUCTOR
DESTRUCTOR
DIV
DO
DOWNTO
ELSE
END
EXCEPT
EXIT
EXPORT
EXTERNAL
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FOR
FORWARD
FUNCTION
GOTO
IF
IMPLEMENTATION
IN
INHERITED
INTERFACE
IS
LABEL
MOD
NIL
NOT
OF
OR
ORD
OUT
OVERRIDE
DEFAULT
PRIVATE
PROCEDURE
PROGRAM
PROPERTY
PROTECTED
PUBLIC
PUBLISHED
RECORD
REPEAT
SET
SHL
SHR
THEN
TO
TRY
TYPE
UNIT
UNTIL
USES
VAR
VIRTUAL
WHILE
WITH
XOR
4.6.3
Statements
begin statement1; ... statementN; end
if expression then statement1 else statement2
for counter := expression1 to|downto expression1 do statement
case expression of caseList1: statement1; ... caseListn: statementN; end
repeat statement until expression
while expression do statement
with object do statement
uses
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try statement except|finally statement end
exit
continue
break
4.6.4
Types
Byte, Shortint, Word, SmallInt, Cardinal, Longint, Integer
Char
String
Real, Double, Single, Extended,Comp
Boolean
Array
Record
Variant
Enumerations
Classes
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