User`s manual | Fujitsu MB2142-02 Network Card User Manual

FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR
CONTROLLER MANUAL
CM41-00412-1E
F2MC FAMILY
10BASE-T LAN ADAPTER
MB2142-02
USER’S MANUAL
PREFACE
■ Objectives and intended readership
The MB2142-02 support tool (10BASE-T LAN adapter) is designed to enable the development
and evaluation of products based on the F2MC* family.
The MB2142-02 is connected to the main unit (MB2141). This enables the main unit to perform
LAN-based communication with the host machine (such as a personal computer or workstation).
This manual describes the handling and connection of the MB2142-02. It is aimed at engineers
responsible for the development of products based on the F2MC, using the MB2142-02.
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Related manual
MB2141 2140 Main Unit User’s Manual
*: F2MC stands for FUJITSU Flexible Microcontroller.
■ Configuration of this manual
This manual consists of the following two chapters. Before attempting to use the adapter, read
this manual to become familiar with the product.
Chapter 1 Handling and Specifications of the Product
Describes the handling and specifications of the 10BASE-T LAN adapter. Before attempting
to use the adapter, read this chapter to become familiar with the product.
Chapter 2 Connections
Describes the connections of the 10BASE-T LAN adapter and power-on and power-off
sequences of system.
1. The products described in this manual and the specifications thereof may be changed without prior
notice. To obtain up-to-date information and/or specifications, contact your Fujitsu sales
representative or Fujitsu authorized dealer.
2. Fujitsu will not be liable for infringement of copyright, industrial property right, or other rights of a third
party caused by the use of information or drawings described in this manual.
3. The contents of this manual may not be transferred or copied without the express permission of
Fujitsu.
4. Some of the products described in this manual may be strategic materials (or special technology) as
defined by the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law. In such cases, the products or
portions thereof must not be exported without permission as defined under the Law.
 1995 FUJITSU LIMITED Printed in Japan
READING THIS MANUAL
■ Page layout
In this manual, an entire section is presented on a single page or spread whenever possible.
The reader can thus view a section without having to flip pages. The contents of each section
are summarized immediately below the title. You can obtain a rough overview of the 10BASE-T
LAN adapter (MB2142-02) by reading through these summaries. The spread layout of this
manual is described below.
■ Spread layout
Section title
Section summary
Figure and table titles
Subheading
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
HANDLING AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PRODUCT .................................................1
1.1
Packing List ........................................................................................................................................2
1.2
10BASE-T LAN Adapter Specifications.............................................................................................. 4
1.3
IF Cable Specifications .......................................................................................................................6
1.4
Notes on Use ......................................................................................................................................8
CHAPTER 2
CONNECTIONS ...................................................................................................................9
2.1
System Configuration .......................................................................................................................10
2.2
Connection to Main Unit ...................................................................................................................12
2.3
Connection to Network ......................................................................................................................14
2.4
Power-on Sequence .........................................................................................................................16
2.5
Power-off Sequence .........................................................................................................................17
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FIGURES
Figure 1.1
10BASE-T LAN adapter ............................................................................................................... 2
Figure 1.3
IF cable dimensions ..................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 2.1
System configuration ................................................................................................................. 10
Figure 2.2
Connection to main unit ............................................................................................................. 12
Figure 2.3
Connection to network ............................................................................................................... 14
TABLES
Table 1.2a 10BASE-T LAN adapter specifications......................................................................................... 4
Table 1.2b LAN specifications ........................................................................................................................5
Table 1.3a IF cable components ....................................................................................................................6
Table 1.3b IF cable general specifications .....................................................................................................6
Table 1.4
Storage environment ....................................................................................................................8
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CHAPTER 1
HANDLING AND SPECIFICATIONS OF
THE PRODUCT
This chapter explains the handling and specifications of the 10BASE-T LAN adapter.
Read this chapter and check the contents of the package before attempting to use the
10BASE-T LAN adapter.
1.1 Packing List
1.2 10BASE-T LAN Adapter Specifications
1.3 IF Cable Specifications
1.4 Notes on Use
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1.1
Packing List
Before first using the 10BASE-T LAN adapter, check that the package contains the
following components:
• 10BASE-T LAN adapter × 1
• IF cable × 1
■ Appearance and names of parts
Figure 1.1 illustrates the 10BASE-T LAN adapter. For details of the necessary connections, see
Chapter 2, “Connections.”
LAN connector
LAN
LAN ADAPTOR
10BASE-T
COM PORT
IF connector
Figure 1.1 10BASE-T LAN adapter
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The function of each part is described below:
IF connector: Used to connet the IF cable.
10BASE-T LAN connector: Used to connect the twisted pair LAN cable.
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1.2
10BASE-T LAN Adapter Specifications
Table 1.2a lists the 10BASE-T LAN adapter specifications.
Table 1.2b lists the LAN specifications.
■ 10BASE-T LAN adapter specifications
Table 1.2a lists the 10BASE-T LAN adapter specifications.
Table 1.2a 10BASE-T LAN adapter specifications
Item
Contents
Name
10BASE-T LAN adaptor
Model
MB2142-02
Power supply
Voltage: +5 V ±5% Current: 1 A (max) *1
Operating temperature
+5 to +40oC
Operating humidity
30% to 80% (non-condensing)
Dimensions
120mm (W) × 90mm (D) × 26mm (H) *2
Weight
190g *3
*1: Power is supplied from the main unit.
*2: Not including projections.
*3: Not including the IF cable.
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■ LAN specifications
Table 1.2b lists the LAN specifications.
An RJ45 type LAN connector (8-conductor modular connector, 10BASE-T-compatible) is used.
Table 1.2b LAN specifications
Item
Contents
Communications
method
TCP/IP
IP address
Variable
Port address
Variable
Ethernet address
Global address/local address
Ethernet global
address
Fixed (IEEE registered)
Ethernet local address
Variable
Note: To set the IP address, port address, or Ethernet local address, use the LAN
address write program supplied with the emulator debugger. Execute the
program from the host machine, via the RS-232C interface.
For more information, refer to the Emulator Debugger Installation Guide.
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1.3
IF Cable Specifications
Table 1.3a lists the IF cable components, Table 1.3b lists the general specifications of
the IF cable, and Figure 1.3 shows the dimensions of the IF cable.
■ IF cable specifications
For an explanation of connecting the adapter to the main unit, see Section 2.2, “Connection to
Main Unit.”
Table 1.3a IF cable components
Part name
Remarks
FCN-237R068-G/E connector ×2
Fujitsu
FCN-230C068-C/E cover ×2
Fujitsu
Table 1.3b IF cable general specifications
Item
Rated current
DC1A
Operating
−10 to +60oC
Storage
−10 to +60oC
Temperature
Weight
6
Contents
140g
Figure 1.3 IF cable dimensions
7
300±10mm
Cover (FCN-230C068-C/E)
Connector (FCN-237R068-G/E)
1.4
Notes on Use
When using the 10BASE-T LAN adapter, keep the following points in mind:
■ Operating considerations
When using the 10BASE-T LAN adapter, always keep the following points in mind:
❍ Turn off the power before connecting or removing a cable.
❍ When removing a connector, do not pull the cable itself; grasp and pull the connector.
❍ To prevent electrostatic damage, be careful not to touch the connector pins, and do not
allow the pins to come into contract with any objects.
❍ Refer to this manual for details of setting and usage.
■ Storage
To store the 10BASE-T LAN adapter, keep the following points in mind:
❍ Take whatever steps are necessary to prevent the 10BASE-T LAN adapter from being
jolted or jarred in storage.
❍ Do not expose the 10BASE-T LAN adapter to direct sunlight, high temperatures, high
humidity, or condensation.
❍ Do not keep the 10BASE-T LAN adapter in an intense electrical or magnetic field for an
extended period.
Table 1.4 lists the temperature and humidity requirements for storage.
Table 1.4 Storage environment
Storage temperature
−20 to +70oC
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Storage humidity
20% to 90% (non-condensing)
CHAPTER 2
CONNECTIONS
This chapter describes how to connect, turn on, and turn off the 10BASE-T LAN
adapter. Familiarize yourself with the contents of this chapter before attempting to
turn on the adapter.
2.1 System Configuration
2.2 Connection to Main Unit
2.3 Connection to Network
2.4 Power-on Sequence
2.5 Power-off Sequence
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2.1 System Configuration
Connecting the 10BASE-T LAN adapter to a network that includes a host machine
enables LAN-based communication with the host machine.
■ System configuration
Connecting the 10BASE-T LAN adapter to a network that includes a host machine enables LANbased communication with the host machine.
Figure 2.1 shows the hardware system configuration when the 10BASE-T LAN adapter is used.
External probe
Emulation
pod
(sold
separately)
Pod IF
cable C
Host
machine
Main unit
(sold separately)
RS-232C cable
10BASE-T
LAN
adapter
Pod IF cable B
Pod IF cable A
To AC 100 V
IF cable
AC power cable
Figure 2.1 System configuration
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Probe cable
Memo
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2.2
Connection to Main Unit
As shown in Figure 2.2, use an IF cable to connect the 10BASE-T LAN adapter to the
main unit (sold separately).
■ Connection to main unit
As shown in Figure 2.2, use an IF cable to connect the 10BASE-T LAN adapter to the main unit
(sold separately).
10BASE-T LAN adaptor
LAN
LAN ADAPTOR
10BASE-T
COM PORT
IF cable
RESET
TRIG
EMUL
POWER
RS232C
×
ACIN
COMPORT
F9210000I
01A
Main unit
Figure 2.2 Connection to main unit
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■ Notes
When connecting the 10BASE-T LAN adapter to the main unit (sold separately), keep the
following points in mind:
❍ Turn off the power before connecting or removing a cable. While the power is turned on,
connecting or removing a cable may cause a malfunction.
❍ To remove a cable, do not pull the cable itself; grasp and pull the connector. Pulling the
cable itself may cause a conductor inside the cable to break.
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2.3
Connection to Network
As shown in Figure 2.3, connect the LAN conector to the network that includes the
host machine.
■ Connection to network
According to Figure 2.3, connect the LAN conector to the network that includes the host
machine. Use a commercially available twisted pair LAN cable and hub; these parts are not
supplied with the 10BASE-T LAN adapter.
HUB
To host machine
Twisted pair LAN cable (8-conductor
modular plugs at both ends)
LAN
LAN ADAPTOR
10BASE-T
COM PORT
10BASE-T LAN adapter
Figure 2.3 Connection to network
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■ Notes
When connecting the LAN connector to the network that includes the host machine, keep the
following points in mind:
❍ Turn off the power before connecting or removing a cable. While the power is turned on,
connecting or removing a cable may cause a malfunction.
❍ To remove a cable, do not pull the cable itself; grasp and pull the connector. Pulling the
cable itself may cause a conductor inside the cable to break.
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2.4
Power-on Sequence
Before turning on the power, ensure that all connections are complete. Then, turn on
the power in the order of the host machine, the main unit, then the target (user system).
■ Power-on sequence
Before turning on the power, ensure that all connections are complete. Then, turn on the power
in the order of the host machine, the main unit, then the target (user system).
To turn on the power, set the power switch on the rear panel of the main unit to “1.” Turning on
the main unit also turns on the 10BASE-T LAN adapter.
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2.5
Power-off Sequence
Turn off the power in the order of the target (user system), the main unit, then the host
machine.
■ Power-off sequence
Turn off the power in the order of the target (user system), the main unit, then the host machine.
To turn off the power, set the power switch on the rear panel of the main unit to “0.” Turning off
the main unit also turns off the 10BASE-T LAN adapter.
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