CONTENTS INTRODUCTION .....................................................................1

CONTENTS  INTRODUCTION .....................................................................1
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .....................................................................1
SPECIFICATIONS ..........................................................................1
PRECAUTIONS .............................................................................4
GETTING READY ...................................................................5
INSTALL PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE .............................................5
INSTALL HARDWARE USB DRIVER .................................................5
WINDOW MODE .....................................................................9
BATCH MODE .......................................................................12
PREMIUM FUNCTIONS ........................................................13
OPTIONS...............................................................................15
BATCH COMMANDS ............................................................16
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INTRODUCTION
Please check the programmer provided with above accessories.
If there’s something missing, please contact the distributors you
purchased the programmer as soon as possible.
USB ROM
Emulator
USB cable
Reset signal line
S/W &
Operation CD-R
Wice-M4 is a ROM emulator with USB interface. It is very small, light,
portable and power saving.
Wice-M4’s GUI operation software is very simple but with powerful
function. By the USB connecting to PC, provides prompt and smart
response. It can connect to 4 pieces of Wice-M4 to emulate 16M devices.
Users can monitor 4 emulators simultaneously in the same operation
window. It also able to plug directly in the IC socket, eliminating noise,
fan out, and time delay caused from cable.
Specifications
Physical Dimension
Dimension: 4.5 x 4 x 2 cm
Weight: 30gs
Operative temperature: +5℃~ 45℃
Operative humidity: up to 90% non-condensing
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INTRODUCTION
System requirements
Operating System: Windows 98(OSR2)/ME/2000/XP
Processor: above Pentium pro
Memory: 128MB RAM above
Hard disk: 128 MB above
Communication Interface: USB ver1.1
Supported Devices
Capacity
2K
4K
8K
16K
32K
64K
128K
256K
512K
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
Device
Low voltage
2716
2732
2764
27128
27256
27512
27010
27020
27040
27LV128
27LV256
27LV512
27LV010
27LV020
27LV040
Hardware Notice
z JP1 PIN1&2: short to emulate DIP-28 devices
z
JP1 PIN2&3: short to emulate DIP-32 devices (Default)
z
The PIN assignment of WICE-M4 is designed by 27 series SEEPROM.
It needs to be changed when emulate 29 series devices.
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INTRODUCTION
z
Before insert WICE-M4 to PCB, make sure the direction of the PIN
assignment is correct. Otherwise, it may damage the PCB.
Data File Format
Binary, Motorola HEX, Intel HEX...
Pr ecautions
z
Wice-M4 is a 4M ROM emulator. Each can only emulate 4M but not above.
z
The most suitable display of the USB ROM Emulator software is small font
(96dpi). Please confirm the [Font Size] of Windows has been set as small
fonts to bring you the optimal operation menu.
z
Recommend using the computer with internal USB port built-in, but not
external appended to. Because the external USB Card might cause
problems on running Wice-M4. If there’s any damage caused by users
using external USB Card, LEAP Electronic Co., Ltd won’t be responsible
for the damages or losses.
z
When connecting 4 WICE-M4 simultaneously, recommend to use USB
HUB with power plugged in.
z
If there’s any problem on using Wice-M4 and the service persons can’t help
you to solve it on line, please send it back to LEAP or distributors
worldwide you purchase it from for repairing. Do not try to disassemble and
repair it by yourself. Otherwise, LEAP Electronic Co., Ltd won’t be
responsible for the damages or losses or offer the free products repair
services.
z
LEAP Electronic Co., Ltd won’t be responsible for the damages or losses
caused by user inappropriate using Wice-M4. Neither the free products
repair services.
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GETTING READY
This section contains information about things you need to know about
and do before trying to use the Wice-M4. Includes the installation of
USB ROM Emulator software and hardware USB driver.
Insert the s/w and manual CD-ROM attached into computer. Install the
programming software first and then connect the writer to computer
and start up the hardware USB driver.
Please follow below installation illustrations to install software and
driver.
Install Pr og r amming Software
1. If your computer supports Auto-Run, it will start up the
installation program when you insert the CD-R into it. Please
follow the Wizard to complete programming software
installation.
2. If your computer doesn’t support Auto-Run, please click the
installation program (Setup.EXE) in the CD-R or the
subdirectory where the installation program is in.
Install Har dwar e USB Driver
1. Take out the programmer from the cartoon. Check if the power switch is turn
off.
2. Use the USB cable to establish the connection between the computer and
the IC programmer.
3. Connect the power switching converter to the programmer. Then plug in the
power converter (not to turn on the power yet). Check if the USB cable and
power are connected correctly.
4. Now, turn on the power of the programmer. The green light on the converter
and the power light on the programmer should be lighted up.
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GET TING READY
5. Installing hardware USB driver is different according to the OS of the
computer is Windows 98, ME, 2000 or XP.
The driver for WICE-M4 is enclosed in the CD-R. The subdirectory is:
[CD-R: \USB_Driver\USBWrite.inf]
If you have installed the programming software, you can also find the
USB driver in following subdirectory where you the software installed.
[C:\Program Files\Wice_M4\USB_Driver\USBWrite.inf]。
„ If you are running Windows 98 or ME…
z
z
Follow Step 6 to install USB driver.
Note that the example installation presented here uses Windows 98.
„ If you are running Windows XP, you do not need to install the USB
driver manually.
z Follow Step7 to install USB driver.
z Note that the example installation presented here uses Windows
2000.
6. Install USB drive on Windows 98 or ME
Please get into [Control Panel] to open [Add New Hardware Wizard] to
install manually.
„ Click [Add New Hardware]. Follow the Hardware Add Wizard
(Search the most suitable driver) to complete installing WICE-M4.
„ If Windows can’t find the driver in last step, please select the second
option to find out the driver by yourself. The driver is in the
subdirectory
[CD-R: \USB_Driver\USBWrite.inf]
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GET TING READY
„ If Windows still can’t find the driver in designate location, please click
[System] and check if there’s any new USB device (WICE-M4) in
[Device Manager].
z
If there’s a question mark or exclamation mark in front of WICE-M4,
that means the computer can’t find its driver. Please double click the
left button on it. Select Reinstall Driver in General label to install
USB driver. The driver is in the subdirectory
[CD-R:
\USB_Driver\USBWrite.inf]
z
If there’s nothing in front of WICE-M4, that means the programmer
has been drove. You can start to use it.
„ You need to perform this step only once, the first time you connect the
programmer to your computer.
7. Install USB driver on Windows XP
When you turn on the power of the programmer, there’s message window
showing that the computer has found a new USB Plug-and-Play
hardware and starts to install the USB driver.
„ Add New Hardware Wizard will ask you how to search the driver.
Please select the auto search (default).
„ Where to find the driver? Please select the CD-ROM Drives.
[CD-R: \USB_Driver\USBWrite.inf]
If you had installed the programming software, you can also find the
driver in subdirectory where the software installed.
[..\Wice_M4\USB_Driver\USBWrite.inf]。
„ Please make sure the version of Windows XP had been updated and
newer than Service Pack 1 above. Otherwise, it may not be able to
work successfully with Wice-M4.
„ You need to perform this step only once, the first time you connect the
programmer to your computer.
8. Why I can’t find the programmer hardware?
z Check if the light on the emulator is lit on.
z Please confirm if your Windows version supports USB Plug-and Play
device.
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GET TING READY
z Please check if the USB cable has established the connection
between the programmer and the computer correctly.
z If auto searching still can’t find the driver, please go to the subdirectory
[USB_Driver] in CD-R to install driver manually.
Complete installing hardware USB driver and programming software, you
may start to use WICE-M4.
If there’s showing a message window as follows when you run the
programming software, that might has several reasons. Such like the
USB driver hasn’t been installed, the power isn’t turned on or the USB
cable or power cord doesn’t connect properly. Then the software will
only be ran in DEMO mode.
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WINDOW MODE
This section describes operation menu and option function.
If you have connected a Wice-M4 to PC and open the Wice-M4 operation
software, you can see below display. The status column on the top-right
shows [PASS]. And you can see the information of emulator 1 (2, 3, 4).
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
But if you haven’t connected Wice-M4 to PC, the status column will show
[FAIL]. And you can’t see any emulator.
The operation software can detect WICE-M4 hardware automatically.
(A) Work Flow
1. Loading: the action will be done when users click [Run]
2. Load File: to load file from the location users select in [Work File] of
Emulator #1 (2, 3, 4)
3. Verify: to verify the selected Work File with data loaded in buffer area
4. Reset: to reset the
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WINDOW MODE
(B) Emulators #1 (2, 3, 4)
1. ROM: memory size of emulator
2. Data Size: the size of the Work File
3. Even / Odd: the mode to load the Work File
4. Work File: the location of the file which is being loaded to emulate
Browse
X
Y
Z
\
]
[
X File: the filename and location of the Work File,
you can just input the source filename and exactly location to
load the data. Or you can click
to find the file.
Y Format: the format of the Work File,
the emulating system supports 7 kinds of format. If you are not
sure the format of the file, you can just select [Auto Detect] to
detect it automatically by system.
Z Source Select: set the range of the Work File,
You can set the start and end address to limit the file area.
[ Destination Select: set the start address of the buffer and emulator,
the file loaded will be wrote from the start address
Fill unused with [XX] fill the empty space with xx,
you can define [xx] (any value) to fill the empty space while
loading file. The default value is FF (blank)
\ Load: confirm to load file into buffer area with selected settings
] Cancel: abandon loading file
Ú Item Y、Z、[ depends on user’s demand but not necessary.
5. Sum: Check Sum value of the Work File, is showed after clicking RUN
6. Start Add: shows the start address when loading the Work File
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WINDOW MODE
(C) Pulse Reset reset by sending high or low pulse signal (depends on what
the Signal Rest selected)
Signal Reset: to reset by sending high or low signal continually, when
ever click the circle, it acts immediately
(D) RUN
To execute loading procedure in Work Flow
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BATCH MODE
You can also operate Wice-M4 in Batch Mode with batch commands.
1. Working File Path[%1]: the location of the Working File.
2. BAT File Path: the location of the Batch File.
3. Command Mode: shows the content of the BAT File loaded. Users also
can input batch commands here directly or revise the BAT
File.
Save as: save the batch commands
Clear All: clear all commands displayed on the command window
Ú About Wice-M4 commands see section [Batch Commands].
4. Message Mode: shows the information of WICE-M4, includes
connecting status, settings and self test the hardware status
Save as: save the messages as a new file
Clear All: clear all messages displayed on the message window
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PREMIUM FUNCTIONS
Premium functions for users to load files and emulate ROM conveniently.
1. Smart Import File
WICE-M4 offers 2 smart ways to load Work File and run quickly.
After installed WICE-M4 software, you can find
z In File Manager, you can select one file and click the right button.
You can see there’s a new item on the SendTo menu bar-WICE_M4.
You can click on it to send the file selected to WICE-M4 and the path
of the file will be recorded in operation software.
z There’ll be a WICE-M4 icon on the Windows desktop. Users can just
select any file which is also on the desktop and pull it to WICE-M4
icon. Then the file selected will be sent to WICE-M4 and be
recorded.
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PREMIUM FUNCTIONS
a. After Importing File, Load the File immediately:
While WICE-M4 is importing Work File by above smart ways, whether
it should load the file immediately?
Yes: load it into buffer area in Window Mode/Batch Mode.
No: just show the filename and path of the Work File but not to load
it now.
b. Load the File to
After smart importing file, put it to…
To Work File in Window Mode Emulator-[1, 2, 3, or 4]
To Working File [%1] in Batch Mode
2. Auto Monitor target file
When the target file changed, whether WICE-M4 should notice users?
But if the target file deleted or the filename changed, it will show err
message.
a. ON / OFF
ON: notice and ask if it should reload the file
OFF: do not notice
b. Target File (Working / Work File)
Because users can load different file in Window Mode and Batch
Mode, you need to assign which one is the target file that is be
monitored.
in Window Mode Emulator – [1, 2, 3, 4]:
assign the Work File in Window Mode as the target file
Working file [%1] in Batch Mode:
assign the Working File in Batch Mode as the target file
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OPTIONS
A. Parameters of Pulse Reset
1. Reset Signal
Normal High: reset by sending high signal continually
Normal Low: reset by sending low signal continually
2. Delay Time of Pulse Reset
Users can set the delay time of Pulse Reset
(Min = 300 ms, Max = 3000 ms)
B. Message Window
When the target file changed, or find a new USB emulator, there’ll
show up a message window at the bottom-right to notice users.
C. Selecting Language
WICE-M4 currently offers 2 languages (English & Traditional Chinese)
to choice.
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BATCH COMMANDS
WE [ d: ] [File Path] [FileName]
[ / File Format ]
[ / Type ]
[ / Nn ]
[/#1][/#2][/#3][/#4]
[ / EVEN ] [/ ODD]
[ / RESET ]
[ / Snnnnnnn ]
[/V]
Ú Both capital and small letters are allowed.
WE
The prepositive command of WICE-M4 commands.
When users operate WICE-M4 in Batch Mode, there’re some WICE-M4
commands cab be used. The “WE” is the prepositive word of any
command.
[ d: ] [File Path] [FileName]
The filename and location of the Working File.
Users can also use %1 to substitute for the filename of the Work File.
When import file by pulling file icon or clicking right button (see
PREMIUM FUNCTIONS), users can write %1 in batch file for
convenience.
If you never load file to WICE-M4, there’ll show error message.
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BATCH COMMANDS
[ / File Format ]
The format of the Working File.
Default is Auto Detect.
WICE-M4 currently supports 6 kinds of format.
[ /MS_DOS_FN.EXE ]
[ /MS_DOS_FN.COM ]
[ /BIN ]
[ /INTEL_HEX ]
[ /MOTOROLA_HEX ]
[ /TEKTLONIX_HEX ]
[ / Type ]
The type of the devices being emulated with.
Default is Auto Detect. According to the file size of Working File, system
selects the suitable type.
WICE-M4 supports 10 types of IC.
[ /16 ]
[ /32 ]
[ /64 ]
[ /128 ]
[ /256 ]
[ /512 ]
[ /010 ]
[ /020 ]
[ /040 ]
[ /080 ]
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
or
[ /2716 ]
[ /2732 ]
[ /2764 ]
[ /27128 ]
[ /27256 ]
[ /27512 ]
[ /27010 ]
[ /27020 ]
[ /27040 ]
[ /27080 ]
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
2K
4K
8K
16K
32K
64K
128K
256K
512K
1024K
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
8Bits
8Bits
8Bits
8Bits
8Bits
8Bits
8Bits
8Bits
8Bits
8Bits
[ / Nn ]
Load assigned block of Working File to.WICE-M4.
If the file size exceeds IC type, the file will be cut into several block
( block size=IC size ). [ / Nn ] is used to load the number n block to
WICE-M4.
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BATCH COMMANDS
[/#1][/#2][/#3][/#4]
Load Working File to emulator.
Default is emulator #1.
WICE-M4 can connect 4 emulators at the same time. So users can
choose to load Working File to emulator #1, 2, 3 or 4..
[ / EVEN ] [/ ODD]
The method of loading Working File.
Default is 8 Bit Every.
Users can change different cutting method of loading Working File. So,
if the file is over size of the emulator, users still can emulate it.
[ / 16BIT_EVEN ]
[ / 16BIT_ODD ]
[ / 32BIT_1ST ]
[ / 32BIT_2ND]
[ / 32BIT_3RD]
[ / 32BIT_4TH]
[ / RESET ]
Send the reset signal after loading.
Users can select the Normal High or Normal Low as reset signal.
[ / Snnnnnnn ]
Start Address of the source file.
Decide to load file from assigned address.
The start address can’t exceed IC size.
[/V]
Verify Working File with buffer.
After loading, users can check if the data in buffer area is the same with
Working File.
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