Seiko | 7002 | CONTENTS

CONTENTS
1. PACKING LIST ……………………………………………………………2
2. GENERAL INFORMATION …………………………………………….. 2
3. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS ……………………………………. .3
3.1 Front ……………………………………………………………………... 3
3.2 Bottom ……………………………………………………………………. 4
4. COMMON OPERATIONS ………………………………………………. 4
4.1 Menu ……………………………………………………………………….4
4.2 Submenu ………………………………………………………………… 5
4.3 Computer ………………………………………………………………….6
4.4 Org. Option ………………………………………………………………. 7
5. PROGRAMMING ADAPTER …………………………………………. 7
6. MENU ITEMS OPERATION …………………………………………… 8
7. BATTERY INSERTION ………………………………………………… 11
8. APPENDIX ……………………………………………………………… 11
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1. PACKING LIST
Before your begin installing you r E-1, please make sure, that th e following materials
have been shipped:
- 1 E-1 eeprom programmer
- 1 RS-232 “straight-through ” serial cable
- 1 3,5” Floppy disk containing the DOS software
- 2 AA size batteries (4 AA size batteries)
- Transport box
Customers who have purchased the optimal 24C01 programming adapter will have an
additional adapter containing 8 pins DIP socket with 2 pull-up resistors.
If any of these items are missin g or damaged, please contact us immediately.
2. GENERAL INFORMATION
The E-1 is a hand-held, battery p owered serial CMOS eeprom programmer intend for
autonomous operate without PC. Based on the Atmel AT90S8515 micropro cessor, the
E-1 used own EEPROM array, for storage dump contents (1K) in memory E-1, 20x4
character LCD screen with back-light, 4x4 keypad for editor, 4 control buttons, 2
switches (power supply and soft-neon (back-light)). Power consumption ~20-23 mA
(back-light OFF), ~45-52 mA (back-light ON). Genera l dimensions (mm): 148x128 x24.
This E-1 eeprom programmer is a delicat e instrument and treated with care,
will provide years of satisfactory performance. Improper connection of the
E-1 programmer may cause damage to your programmer and/o r your PC.
Use only prescribed type of batteries and cable shipped with complete!
NOTE
Before programming AT24C01 A device (or similar), insert into 8 pins Dip socket
programming adapter according with Figure 3.
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3. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
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3.1 FRONT
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20 x 4 character LCD displa y
4 x 4 editor keypad
RS-232 connector
Power switch
Soft-neon ( back-light ) switch
Computer mode LED
Test LED (used only for test need s)
“ Exit ” button
“ Computer ” button
“ Enter ” button
“ Org ” switch
8 pins Dip socket
“ Menu ” button
In the following, each of these is briefly described:
1. LCD screen - the E-1 is provided with a 20 x 4 LCD screen, which can display data
under user control.
2. 4 x 4 editor keypad - is used to edit the memory buffer. The memory buffer contains
the last file downloaded from eeprom (or file from PC) into memory E-1.
3. RS-232 connector - via this connector, the E-1 attaches to a personal computer.
4. Power switch - the power switch is used to turn the E-1 ON and OFF. The E-1
retains the dump contents of memory even when the board is switched off or
battery is absent.
5. Soft-neon (back - light) switch – the soft-neon switch is used to turn back - light ON
and OFF. Attention! When Soft-neon is switched ON, current consumption increase
up to ~45-52 mA!
6. Computer mode LED – the red LED light when E-1 is in Computer mode operation.
7. Test LED – used only for laborato ry test.
8. “Exit” button – the “Exit ” button is used to return menu from submenu, editor or
computer mode.
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9. “Computer” button – the “Computer” button is used to enter Computer mode for
receive or transmit data from/t o PC.
10. “Enter” button – the “Enter” button is used to control the execution mode of
operation, menu and submenu items.
11. “Org” switch – the “Org” sw itch is used for TC89101 for 8-bits o rganization.
12. 8 pins Dip socket
13. “Menu” button – the “Menu” button is used for choice type of memory and modes.
3.2 BOTTOM
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High voltage transformer (Soft- neon back- light).
DC-DC converters only 3 Volts v ersion of E-1 (absent for 6 Volt s version).
2 AA size batteries holder or 4 AA size batteries holder for 6 Volts v ersion of E-1.
Contrast potentiometer – LCD display contrast.
MCU AT8515.
Level translator MAX233 or M AX232 (AD202) completed.
4. COMMON OPERATIONS
4.1 MENU
A slide Power switch applies power to the E-1 programmer.
You should see a LCD display similar to this one, first time *ETL* message (approux.2
sec.), later menu will appear:
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1)
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NS7002
S2444
CXK1012
NS93C46
The blink cursor is displayed between first full dots (4 row , NS93C46 position) and
display characters at 0.4 sec. intervals. Press “Menu” button one time, cursor shifted
to NS7002 position. How select IC type?
For example: Press “Menu” button two times, cursor shifted to S2444 position. Press
“Enter” button one time, LCD display changed to submenu:
read:
load:
write:
edit:
Now, you should see 4 items for your choice. Press “Exit” button return to menu.
When you press “Menu” button 5 times you should see next items:
5)
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8)
TC89101
AT59C11
AT24C01
S2430
For example: Press “Menu” button eight times, cursor shifted to S2430 position. Press
“Enter” button one time, LCD display changed to submenu:
read:
load:
write:
edit:
Press “Exit” button return to menu.
4.2 SUBMENU
When IC is selected, you should see a LCD display submenu message:
read:
load:
write:
edit:
The blink cursor is displayed bet ween first full dots (4 row , edit: position) and display
characters at 0.4 sec. intervals. Press “Menu” button one time, cursor shifted to read:
position. How select mode operate? For example: Press “Menu” button two times,
cursor shifted load: position. Press “Enter” button one time, LCD display will change
similar to this one:
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0-3$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
4-7$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
8-B$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
C-F$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Press “Menu” button to return submenu. Or to this one (for memory types up to 32
bytes):
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$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Press “Enter” button and show next 32 bytes of data, or press “Enter” button three
times to return submenu.
In the following, each of these is briefly described:
read: press “Enter” button – this option reads the active device into the memory of E1 with show memory dump on LCD display screen. Prior to executing this command,
you have to select a device as act ive device (see 4.1 MENU section), and insert this
device into socket.
load: press “Enter” button – this option loads a data from memory E-1 on LCD
Display screen, helps to control data contents, before programming device.
write: press “Enter” button – this option programs the active device according with
the contents of the memory buf fer E-1. When programming is co mplete, select read:
option for verification eeprom contents.
edit: press “Enter” button – this option is used for edit the memory buffer E-1. The
memory buffer contains the last data downloaded from IC (or personal computer) into
memory E-1. The purpose of the keypad – d ata entry in Hex. format. Data entry
according current address step by step confirmation.
COMPUTER
Press “Computer” button to enter computer mode. You should see a LCD display same
to this one:
computer
Computer mode LED – the red L ED appear now. Start rscom1. exe (rscom2.exe), you
should see a screen (monitor) similar to this one:
ENGINEERING TECHNICAL LABORATORY
Handheld EEPROM Programmer E-1
Asynchronous program for COM1, b=9600
Created by Alexey Goncharenko & Andrey Knyaz
Select communication mode, via the Computer push button
You should see a LCD display message : computer _
Choice mode of operation: 'w'- save dump to file
'r'- upload dump from file into EEPROM Programmer E-1
Please, input mode of operation, push 'w' or 'r'
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Enter mode of operation, press “w” for save dump to file or “r” for upload dump from
file to E-1. The following message appears on your LCD display:
transmit data ->file
or
receive data<-file
If you should see a screen (monit or) message: Error 24 at pgm-ctr: 583, check, that R S232 connector inserted correct, and try again. Next message on a screen (monitor):
Input file name?
Input file name, for sample test.bin
Enter, you should see running indicator first time:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
When transmit/receive is comp leted following message w ill appear on screen (monitor)
Press “Exit” button
and beep confirmed. Press “Exit” button to return menu. Check, that file uploaded
correct by load: command form submenu.
ORG. OPTION
Normal position “Org” switch is number 1.
If your choice TC89101 device, please turn “Org” switch to position number 2.
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Figure 2
5. PROGRAMMING ADAPTER
For programming I2C devices sim ilar to AT24C01A, use AT24C01 programming
adapter with 2 pull-up resistors 4,7 K.
NOTE
Use only standard adapter according Figure 3 (or ETL shipped).
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Figure 3
6. MENU ITEMS OPERATION
NS7002 *16x16 organized
Select 1) NS7002 menu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter” button. You should
see a LCD display submenu similar to this one:
read:
load:
write:
edit:
Examples: select read: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter” button.
You should see a LCD display short message Reading … and device eeprom
contents similar to:
0-3$0123456789ABCDEF
4-7$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
8-B$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
C-F$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Contents of NS7002 automatica lly stored in memory E-1. Pres s “Menu” button to
return submenu. Select edit: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter”
button. You should see a LCD display message 0 addr:$0123->
with blinking cursor prompt, enter new data by keypad, for sample: press 7A0B keys ,
a message LCD display 0 addr:$0123->$7A0B<-, data stored in E-1 automatica lly
after you press last digit $B, new data contents address $0 is $7A0B.
If you no need to change data contents, just press “Enter” button. If you wish quit from
editor press “Exit” button to return submenu. Check new data contents by load:
command submenu. Select load: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter”
button. You should see a LCD display redacted eeprom contents:
0-3$7A0B456789ABCDEF
4-7$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
8-B$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
C-F$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Press “Menu” button to return submenu. Select write: by “Menu” button and press
“Enter” button for execution. You should see a LCD display message:
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Writing …
complete
Submenu returned automatically, when writing complete. Press “Exit” button to return
menu items.
S2444 *16x16 organized
Operate S2444 similar procedur es to NS7002 (see NS7002 se ction)
CXK1012 *8x128 organized
Select 3) CXK1012 menu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter” button. You should
see a LCD display submenu similar to this one:
read:
load:
write:
edit:
Examples: select read: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter” button.
You should see a LCD display short message Reading … and device eeprom
contents similar to:
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$0123456789ABCDEF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Contents of CXK1012 automatically stored in memory E-1. Press “Enter” button and
show next data (32 bytes) or pr ess “Enter” button three times t o return submenu.
Select edit: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter” button. You should
see a LCD display message 00 addr:$01->
with blinking cursor prompt, enter new data by keypad, for sample: press 7A keys, a
message LCD display 0 addr:$01->$7A<-, data stored in E-1 automaticall y after you
press last digit $A, new data contents address $00 is $7A.
If you no need to change data contents, just press “Enter” button. If you wish quit from
editor press “Exit” button to return submenu. Check new data contents by load:
command submenu. Select load: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter”
button. You should see a LCD display redacted eeprom contents:
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$7A23456789ABCDEF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
$FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
Press “Enter” button to show next data (32 bytes) or press “Enter” button three times
to return submenu. Select write: by “Menu” button and press “Enter” button for
execution. You should see a LCD d isplay message:
wait
few moments later
Writing …
complete
Submenu returned automatically, when writing complete. Press “Exit” button to return
menu items.
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NS93C46 *16x64 (8x128) organized
Operate NS93C46 similar procedu res to CXK1012 (see CXK1012 section).
TC89101 *16x64 (8x128) organized
Turn “Org” switch to position num. 2, according Figure 2 (see ORG.O PTION section).
Operate TC89101 similar proced ures to CXK1012 (see CXK101 2 section). Turn “Org”
switch to position number 1, when you finish work with TC89101 device.
AT59C11 *16x64 (8x128) organized
Operate AT59C11 similar procedures to CXK1012 (see CXK1 012 section).
AT24C01A *8x128 organized
Insert programming adapter into 8 pins Dip socket, according with Figure 3 (see
charter PROGRAMMING ADAPTER).
Operate AT24C01A similar pro cedures to CXK1012 (see CXK 1012 section).
Remove programming adapter from socket, when you finish work with AC24C01A
device.
S2430 *8x8 organized
Select 1) S2430 menu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter” button. You should
see a LCD display submenu similar to this one:
read:
load:
write:
edit:
Examples: select read: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter” button.
You should see a LCD display short message Reading … and device eeprom
contents similar to:
0-8$0123456789ABCDEF
Contents of S2430 automatical ly stored in memory E-1. Pres s “Menu” button to return
submenu. Select edit: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter” button. You
should see a LCD display messag e 0 addr:$01->
with blinking cursor prompt,
enter new data by keypad, for s ample: press 7A keys , a message LCD disp lay
00 addr:$01->$7A<-, data stored in E-1 automaticall y after you press last digit $A,
new data contents address $00 is $7A.
If you no need to change data contents, just press “Enter” button. If you wish quit from
editor press “Exit” button to return submenu. Check new data contents by load:
command submenu. Select load: submenu item via “Menu” button and press “Enter”
button. You should see a LCD display redacted eeprom contents:
0-8$7A23456789ABCDEF
Press “Menu” button to return submenu. Select write: by “Menu” button and press
“Enter” button for execution. You should see a LCD display message:
wait
few moments later
Writing …
complete
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Submenu returned automatically, when writing complete. Press “Exit” button to return
menu items.
7. BATTERY INSERTION
Operation (back-light OFF) provide many long continuously action. Nevertheless, from
time to time you need to replac e batteries.
You’ll need this steps: to turn 4 screw on Front panel and open Front panel, make sure
the E-1 programer main power switch is turned OFF.
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Remove discharged batteries ( 2 AA batteries or 4 AA batteri es). Insert into the battery
holder (marked with a + on the positive side) fresh batteries according w ith yours
variant of E-1 (2 AA size batteri es or 4 AA size batteries).
NOTE
If the E-1 programmer is not to be used for a long period of time, remove the batteries!
8. APPENDIX
Supported devices:
1) NS7002 /National Semiconducto r/.
2) S2444, X24C44, CAT2444 /Seiko, Xicor, Catalyst/.
3) CXK1012, CXK1011, PDG011 / So ny, Pioneer/.
4) NS93C46, CAT93C46, AT93C46 / National Semiconductor, Cata lyst, Atmel/.
5) TC89101 /Toshiba/.
6) AT59C11, IX59C11, ER5911 /Atmel, Sharp, General Inst ruments/.
7) AT24C01A, 24C01 /Atmel, Microchip/.
8) S2430 /Seiko/.
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