Specifications | Fujitsu MB2198-130 Network Card User Manual

FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR
SUPPORT SYSTEM
SS01-71047-1E
DSU-FR emulator
PGA-401P adapter type2
MB2198-130
Operation Manual
PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the DSU-FR emulator PGA-401P adapter, Type 2 (model MB2198-130).
The MB2198-130 is a development support tool for developing and evaluating applied products
based on the FR family of microcontrollers manufactured by Fujitsu.
This manual is intended for engineers who use the MB2198-130 (hereafter called the adapter) to develop applied products based on Fujitsu’s FR family microcontrollers. The manual describes how to
handle the adapter and its functions and setting procedures. Be sure to read it before using the adapter.
* : FR is the abbreviation of FUJITSU RISC controller.
■ Using the product safely
This manual contains important information required for using the MB2198-130 safely. Be sure to
read through the manual before using the product and follow the instructions contained therein to use
it correctly.
In particular, carefully read "Caution of the products described in this manual" at the beginning of
this manual and Chapter 6 "Restrictions" to understand the requirements for safe use of the product
before using it.
After reading the manual, keep it handy for future reference.
■ Warranty and Liability Disclaimers
The specifications of the product are subject to change without notice.
Fujitsu assumes no liability for any loss or damage whatsoever directly or indirectly arising out of
the use of the product.
■ Product Operating Environment
Use the product at an operating temperature between 5 °C and 35 °C and at an operating humidity
between 20% to 80%. Avoid using it in a hot or humid environment and prevent condensation.
The product is a frameless PC board unit with all electronic components exposed. Therefore, do not
put anything on the product, do not touch or let an electrically charged material contact a metal part
of it. Once the product has been powered, try to keep those objects away from it which may shortcircuit it or easily catch fire and burn. Use the product as horizontal as possible and avoid operating
it at a place exposed to strong vibration, dust, or explosive gas.
Note that using the product not in the above operating environment may unexpectedly cause personal
injury to the user (or another person if present near the product) or physical damage to properties
around the product.
You should also keep the packaging materials used for shipping the product. They work well as they
are when you transport the product again, for example, if it becomes out of order and needs to be
repaired.
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■ Organization of this manual
This manual consists of the following six chapters. Be sure to read them all before using the product.
Chapter 1 Product Overview and Handling Precautions
This chapter provides an overview of the MB2198-130 and its handling precautions.
Chapter 2 Product Description
This chapter describes the configuration of the hardware system incorporating the MB2198-130 and shows the names of its components as well as the
major specifications.
Chapter 3 Functions
This chapter describes the functions of the MB2198-130.
Chapter 4 Connections
This chapter explains how to connect the MB2198-130. Read this chapter before turning the power supply on.
Chapter 5 Usage
This chapter explains how to set the MB2198-130 and how to turn the power
supply on and off.
Read this chapter before turning the power supply on.
Chapter 6 Cautions
This chapter describes restrictions on using the MB2198-130. Read this chapter before turning the power supply on.
Appendix User Interface Specification
The appendix explains user interface specification.
■ Related Manuals
You should refer to the following manuals as well:
• Evaluation MCU Hardware Manual or Datasheet
• Header Operation Manual
• DSU-FR Emulator MB2198-01 Hardware Manual
• SOFTUNE Workbench Operation Manual
• SOFTUNE Workbench User’s Manual
■ Caution of the products described in this manual
The following precautions apply to the product described in this manual.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided appropriately,
could result in death or serious injury and/or a fault in the user’s system.
Electric shock,
Damage
Before performing any operation described in this manual, turn off all the power
supplies to the system. Performing such an operation with the power on may
cause an electric shock or device fault.
Electric shock,
Damage
Once the product has been turned on, do not touch any metal part of it.
Doing so may cause an electric shock or device fault.
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CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided appropriately, may
result in minor or moderate injury and/or damage to the product or the equipment
to which the product is connected, to software resources such as data, or to other
properties.
Cuts, Damage
Before moving the product, be sure to turn off all the power supplies and unplug the
cables. Watch your steps when carrying the product. Do not use the product at an
unstable location such as a place exposed to strong vibration or a sloping surface.
Doing so may let the product fall, resulting in an injury or fault.
Cuts
The product has some sharp-pointed or edged parts inevitably exposed, such as
jumper plugs. Use meticulous care in handling the product not to get injured with
such pointed parts.
Damage
Neither put anything on or apply shock to the product. Once the product has been
powered, do not carry it. Doing either may cause a fault due to a load or shock.
Damage
Since the product contains many electronic components, keep it away from direct
sunlight, high temperature, and high humidity to prevent condensation. Do not use
or store the product where it is exposed to much dust or a strong magnetic or electric field for an extended period of time.
An adverse operating or storage environment can cause a fault.
Damage
Use the product within the ranges of its general specifications.
Operating it outside the range of any general specification may cause a fault.
Damage
To prevent electrostatic breakdown, do not let your finger or an object touch any
metal part of the connector. Before handling the product, touch a metal object (such
as a door knob) to discharge static electricity from your body.
Damage
When turning the power on or off, follow the relevant procedure described in this
manual. Before turning the power on, in particular, be sure to finish making all the
required connections. To set up and use the product, follow the instructions given
in this manual.
Using the product incorrectly or inappropriately may cause a fault.
Damage
Before plugging or unplugging any cable for this product, be sure to turn the power
supply off. When unplugging the cable, remove it while holding the connector without pulling the cable itself. Pulling the cable itself or bending it may expose or disconnect the cable core, resulting in a fault.
Damage
Although the MCU socket is structured not to accept an evaluation MCU in a wrong
orientation or position, pay due attention to the mounting orientation when mounting
the evaluation MCU. Forcing the evaluation MCU to be inserted in a wrong orientation can damage the pins of the evaluation MCU and the accidental insertion prevention mechanism of the socket, resulting in a fault.
Damage
When stored, the product should be kept in its packaging box as it has no housing.
Re-transporting the product may damage it to cause a fault. Keep the packaging
materials used for shipment of the product and use them when re-transporting it.
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injury, severe physical damage or other loss (i.e., nuclear reaction control in nuclear facility, aircraft flight control, air
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Please note that FUJITSU will not be liable against you and/or any third party for any claims or damages arising in
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©2004 FUJITSU LIMITED Printed in Japan
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CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Product Overview and Handling Precautions .......................................1
1.1 Overview ............................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Checking the Items Packaged ................................................................................................ 3
1.3 Options .................................................................................................................................. 4
1.4 Notes on Use .......................................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 2 Product Description ..............................................................................7
2.1 System Configuration ............................................................................................................ 8
2.2 Appearance and Part Names .................................................................................................. 9
2.3 General Specifications ......................................................................................................... 11
Chapter 3 Functions ............................................................................................13
3.1 Function Specifications ....................................................................................................... 14
3.2 Connector and IC Socket Specifications ............................................................................. 15
Chapter 4 Connections .......................................................................................17
4.1 Connecting the Adapter Board to the Emulator .................................................................. 18
4.2 Connecting the Adapter Board with the Header Board ....................................................... 19
4.3 Installing the Evaluation MCU............................................................................................ 20
4.4 Installing the Memory Board ............................................................................................... 22
4.5 Installing a Bypass Capacitor for DVCC ............................................................................ 24
Chapter 5 Usage .................................................................................................25
5.1 Setting up the Evaluation MCU Power Supply ................................................................... 26
5.2 Setting the Clock Supply Circuit ......................................................................................... 28
5.3 Setting a Reset Signal .......................................................................................................... 30
5.4 Setting a External Memory Emulation ................................................................................ 31
5.5 Power-on/Shutdown Procedures ......................................................................................... 33
Chapter 6 Cautions ............................................................................................. 35
APPENDIX User Interface Specifications ...........................................................37
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Chapter 1 Product Overview and Handling Precautions
This chapter provides an overview of the adapter and its handling precautions.
1.1 Overview
1.2 Checking the Items Packaged
1.3 Options
1.4 Notes on Use
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Chapter 1 Product Overview and Handling Precautions
1.1 Overview
This adapter is a development support tool for developing and evaluating hardware and software products
which use the Fujitsu’s FR family of microcontrollers.
■ Overview
The adapter is intended for use in combination with another device such as DSU-FR emulator
header *1 to connect a FR-microcontroller based user system to the DSU-FR emulator
(MB2198-01 *2).
*1 : Hereafter called the header.
*2 : Hereafter called the emulator.
The major features of the adapter are listed below:
• The adapter consists of the adapter board and flat cables (two standard and two long cables).
• The adapter board has an on-board IC socket for evaluation MCU (401-pin PGA package
code: PGA-401C-A02).
• Connected to the header using a flat cable (standard or long one)
• Used in combination with the header to connect the emulator and the user system
• Power to the adapter is supplied from the user system via the emulator or header.
• Internal ROM emulation memory function supported
• External memory emulation function supported
• External trace function supported
• Power-on debug function supported
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1.2 Checking the Items Packaged
Check that your package is complete before using the adapter.
■ Checking the Items Packaged
Before using the adapter, make sure that your package contains the following items:
• Adapter board:
1
• Flat cables (Standard: 8 cm):
2
• Flat cables (Long: 20 cm):
2
• Hardware manual (This manual in English and a Japanese version):
1 each
Note : Keep the packaging materials used for shipment of the product and use them when re-transporting it
to prevent it from being damaged.
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1.3 Options
Table 1.3-1 lists the options for this product. Purchase them as required.
■ Options
Table 1.3-1 Options
Name
Part number
Evaluation MCU
Fujitsu FR family controller (MB91Vxxx) *1
DSU-FR emulator
MB2198-01 *2
DSU-FR emulator header
MB2198-XXX *3
DSU-FR emulator memory board *4
−
Oscillator, Capacitor *5
−
*1 : The package code of the evaluation MCU is PGA-401C-A02. For the evaluation MCU models
available to this adapter and their package codes, Please ask, when unknown.
*2 : You need optional items such as debugger software and a communication cable before the emulator can be used.
For details, Please ask, when unknown.
*3 : The header is the interface board to connect the user system to the emulator.
Select and purchase the appropriate type of header compatible with the production MCU model
to be used.
Refer to the "Header Instruction Manual" for how to handle and use the header and safety precautions.
*4 : The memory board is required to use the external-memory emulation function (under planning).
*5 : Refer to the data sheet of evaluation MCU about the frequency of the oscillator to be used. For
the capacitance of the capacitor, refer to the data sheet for the oscillator.
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Chapter 1 Product Overview and Handling Precautions
1.4 Notes on Use
Take the precautions below when using the adapter.
■ Handling Precautions
• Do not put anything on the adapter.
• Before plugging or unplugging any cable, be sure to turn the power supply off.
• When unplugging the cable, remove it while holding the case connector without pulling the
cable itself.
• To prevent electrostatic breakdown, do not let your finger or an object touch any metal part of
the adapter, such as connector pins.
• The adapter has many exposed parts sharp-pointed and edged such as monitor pins. Handle
the adapter with meticulous care not to get injured.
Note : To set up and use the adapter, follow the instructions in this manual.
■ Storing Precautions
• Do not put anything on the product. When stored, the product should be kept in the packing
box as it has no housing.
• Do not apply shock to the adapter.
• Keep the device away from direct sunlight, high temperature, and high humidity to prevent
condensation.
• Since the product contains many electronic components, do not store it where it is exposed to
a strong electric or magnetic field for an extended period of time.
Table 1.4-1 lists the operating and storage temperatures and humidities.
Table 1.4-1 Operating and Storage Environments
Temperature
Humidity
During operation
5 °C to 35 °C
20% to 80% (No condensation allowed)
During storage
0 °C to 70 °C
20% to 80% (No condensation allowed)
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Chapter 2 Product Description
This chapter describes the configuration of the hardware system incorporating the MB2198-130 and shows
the names of its components as well as the major specifications.
2.1 System Configuration
2.2 Appearance and Part Names
2.3 General Specifications
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Chapter 2 Product Description
2.1 System Configuration
Used in combination with the header, the adapter is connected to the emulator and the user system.
■ System Configuration
Figure 2.1-1 shows the system configuration for the adapter.
Host computer
General-purpose
External trigger / program execution
measuring instrument
RS232C, USB, LAN
AC in
AC adapter
Fujitsu Emulator
Loader Mode Now.
DSU-FR emulator
Evaluation
MCU
Adapter
(this product)
Adapter board
Flat cable
Header board
Header
User system
* : The AC adapter is bundled with the emulator.
Figure 2.1-1 System Configuration Diagram
Refer to the emulator hardware manual for connecting the emulator to a host computer or generalpurpose measuring instrument.
To use the emulator, you need the host computer and emulator debugger software separately from
this product. Refer to the emulator hardware manual for information on the specifications of the emulator.
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2.2 Appearance and Part Names
Figure 2.2-1 gives an external view of the adapter board to identify each part of it.
■ Appearance and Part Names
Figure 2.2-1 gives an external view of the adapter board to identify each part of it.
The adapter board illustrated in Figure 2.2-1 is in the factory default states.
➀
➁
➂
A
EML
S9 VSEL4
S8 VSEL3
B
USR
C
EML
S7 VSEL2
−
SW2
➈
CN5
SC3
➉
X0A/X1A
X0A
USR
X1A
USR
SW4
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
SW3
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
S6 VSEL1
USR
+
+
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
RD
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
C7(SC8,9)
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
−
ON
1 2 3 4
1
2
3
+
SW1
➇
EML
S5
SC2
ASEL
−
C6(SC6,7)
+
C2(SC4,5)
X0/X1
➅
X0
USR
X1
EML
S4
−
EML
USR
INIT
TRST
EML
USR
➄
C11(SC10,11)
M2(SC1)
➃
➆
Figure 2.2-1 External View
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Chapter 2 Product Description
➀ Emulator connector
This connector accepts the emulator (Mounted on the rear side).
➁ IC socket for evaluation MCU
401-pin PGA IC socket for mounting an evaluation MCU
➂ Memory size select switch
This switch sets the capacity of the memory board to use external-memory emulation.
➃ DVCC bypass capacitor sockets
These sockets accept bypass capacitors to be inserted between DVCC and GND pins.
➄ Reset signal setting jumper plugs
These jumper plugs are used to set the reset signal supply origin.
➅ Memory board connector
This connector accepts a memory board (for external-memory emulation).
➆ Flat cable connectors
Use the bundled flat cables to connect the header to the adapter board (Mounted on the rear side).
➇ Memory connective switches
These switches disconnect buffers so that signal conductors can be used without being loaded when
external-memory emulation is not used or when address lines disabled by memory capacity switching are used as user resources.
➈ Jumper plugs for setting the evaluation MCU power supply
These jumper plugs are used to make settings for the evaluation MCU.
➉ Clock input IC sockets and clock input select jumper plugs
The IC sockets accept an oscillator and a capacitor for the main clock and subclock; the jumper plugs
are used to set the clock supply source.
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Chapter 2 Product Description
2.3 General Specifications
Table 2.3-1 lists the general specifications of the adapter.
■ General Specifications
Table 2.3-1 lists the general specifications of the adapter.
Table 2.3-1 General Specifications
Item
Specification
Name
DSU-FR emulator PGA-401P adapter type 2
Part number
MB2198-130
Evaluation MCU: Internal power supply * 0 V to +5.5 V (UVcc)
Power supplies
Internal operating
frequency of MCU
Evaluation MCU: I/O power supply *
0 V to +5.5 V (UVcc)
Adapter board power supply
+3.3 V (Supplied from emulator)
34 MHz max.
Operating tempera5 °C to 35 °C
ture
Operating humidity 20% to 80% (No condensation allowed)
Dimensions
Weight
205 (W) × 110 (D) × 30 (H) mm (Including the IC socket and connector dimensions)
173 g
* : For the internal power and I/O power supplied to each evaluation MCU, refer to the power supply specifications of the evaluation MCU. For each type of supplied power, refer to the "Evaluation MCU Hardware Manual" or Please ask, when unknown.
Note : Operating the device outside the range of any general specification may cause the device to malfunction. Use the device in the ranges of its general specifications.
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Chapter 3 Functions
This chapter describes the functions of the adapter.
3.1 Function Specifications
3.2 Connector and IC Socket Specifications
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Chapter 3 Functions
3.1 Function Specifications
Table 3.1-1 lists the major function specifications of the adapter.
■ Function Specifications
Table 3.1-1 lists the major function specifications of the adapter. Figure 3.1-1 is a block diagram of
external-memory emulation.
Table 3.1-1 Adapter Function Specifications
Item
Description
Adapter Function
Serving as the adapter used in combination with the DSU-FR emulator and header
to provide connection between the emulator and evaluation MCU and between the
evaluation MCU and user system.
External trace memory
Supporting the external trace function. Trace length of 64 K frames
Internal ROM emulation
Supporting the internal ROM emulation memory function. 1 megabytes max. *1
Supporting the external-memory emulation *2 function. Capable of setting RAM/
ROM. This function is implemented by mounting an optional memory board on
the adapter board.
Memory capacity
switching
External-memory emulation
Capable of selecting the capacity of the memory board
from among seven steps between 2M words and 32K
words (1 word = 16 bits).
Capable of disconnecting address lines disabled by the
memory capacity switching function from buffers and using them as user resources instead.
Memory connection Also capable of reducing the load applied during use of
such address lines as user resources by disconnecting
them even when the external-memory emulation function
is not used.
Power-on debugging
Supporting the power-on debug function *3 which runs a program immediately after the power-on sequence of the evaluation MCU.
Jumper plugs
The jumper plugs on the adapter board can be used to make various settings of the
adapter.
Clock input IC sockets
The IC sockets for oscillator on the adapter board supply clock signals from the
adapter to the main clock (X0/X1) and subclock (X0A/X1A) pins of the evaluation MCU.
*1 : The evaluation MCU must support the external-memory emulation feature. The total amount
of memory available depends on the memory capacity of the memory board, its memory capacity select switch, and the settings of the evaluation MCU. Refer to the "Evaluation MCU
Hardware Manual" or Please ask, when unknown before use. For details, see Section 5.4 "External-Memory Emulation Settings."
Note also that this function is added to the external bus of the evaluation MCU. Before using
the function, read Chapter 6 "Cautions" carefully.
*2 : This function assumes that the evaluation MCU supports the power-on debug feature. Refer to
the "Evaluation MCU Hardware Manual" or Please ask, when unknown before use.
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3.2 Connector and IC Socket Specifications
The table below lists the specifications of the connectors and sockets on the adapter board.
■ Connector and Socket Specifications
Table 3.2-1 lists the specifications of the connectors and sockets.
Table 3.2-1 Connector and IC Socket Specifications
Item
Description
Emulator connector
Use this connector to connect the emulator to the adapter.
For connecting the emulator, see Section 4.1 "Connecting the
Adapter Board and the Emulator".
Flat cable connectors
Connect the adapter to the header using flat cables coming with
the adapter.
For connecting the flat cables, see Section 4.2 "Connecting the
Adapter Board and the Header Board".
Evaluation MCU mounting IC
socket
Mount the evaluation MCU (PGA-401P package).
For mounting the evaluation MCU, see Section 4.3 "Mounting
the Evaluation MCU".
Memory board connector
Mount an optional memory board.
For mounting the memory board, see Section 4.4 "Mounting
the Memory Board".
Oscillator IC sockets
Mount an oscillator and a capacitor authorized for the oscillator.
For mounting the oscillator and capacitor, see Section 5.2 "Setup for Clock Supply".
If the evaluation MCU has an integrated digital power supply
(such as a DVCC power supply), a bypass capacitor can be
DVCC bypass capacitor mounting
mounted on the digital power supply as required.
sockets
For mounting the bypass capacitor, see Section 4.5 "Mounting
the DVCC Bypass Capacitor".
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Chapter 4 Connections
This chapter explains how to connect individual devices before turning their power on.
4.1 Connecting the Adapter Board to the Emulator
4.2 Connecting the Adapter Board with the Header Board
4.3 Installing the Evaluation MCU
4.4 Installing the Memory Board
4.5 Installing a Bypass Capacitor for DVCC
Note : Shut off power to the entire system before starting the operations descried in this chapter. Performing
such operations with the power on may result in electric shock or device faults.
When unplugging any cable, remove it while holding the case connector without pulling the cable itself.
Do not force any cable to bend, or it may break.
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Chapter 4 Connections
4.1 Connecting the Adapter Board to the Emulator
Connect the adapter board to the adapter board connector on the emulator as illustrated in Figure 4.1-1.
■ Connecting the Adapter Board and the Emulator
Adapter board
Emulator connector
Index
Adapter board connector
Emulator
• Connect the adapter board to the emulator in such a manner that their connectors aligned by
indexes (▲) provided to prevent accidental insertion mate deep with each other.
• When disconnecting the adapter board from the emulator, remove it with uniform force without applying force to one point.
Figure 4.1-1 Connecting the Adapter Board to the Emulator
Note : Before plugging or unplugging the board, turn off the power supply.
When unplugging the board, remove it with uniform force without applying force to one point.
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4.2 Connecting the Adapter Board with the Header Board
Connect the adapter board with the header board using a flat cable coming with the adapter as illustrated in
Figure 4.2-1.
■ Connecting the Adapter Board to the Header Board
Adapter board
Flat cable
connector A
Flat cable
connector B
Eject lock
Flat cable
Eject lock
Flat cable
connector A
Flat cable
connector B
Header board
• To connect the flat cable, insert each of its connectors into the mating connector on each board
until the eject lock of the cable’s connector locks into place in the board’s connector.
• To disconnect the flat cable, pinch the eject lock of each of its connectors to unlock the connector and unplug the cable.
Figure 4.2-1 Connecting the Adapter Board with the Header Board
Note : Before plugging or unplugging the cable, turn off the power supply.
When unplugging the cable, remove it while holding the case connector without pulling the cable itself.
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Chapter 4 Connections
4.3 Installing the Evaluation MCU
Install the evaluation MCU on the evaluation MCU mounting IC socket on the adapter board as illustrated in
Figure 4.3-1 to Figure 4.3-3. To uninstall the evaluation MCU, follow the instruction illustrated in Figure 4.3-4.
■ Installing the Evaluation MCU
Open the lever of the evaluation MCU mounting IC socket (SC1) to from the solid-line position to
the dotted-line position.
Evaluation MCU
Evaluation MCU mounting IC socket
Figure 4.3-1 Installing the Evaluation MCU
■ Mounting Position
Align pin No. 1 of the evaluation MCU with its pin hole in the evaluation MCU mounting IC socket
(SC1) and insert the evaluation MCU horizontally. (Check this from above.)
Evaluation MCU
M2(SC1)
Evaluation MCU mounting IC socket
pin No. 1
Figure 4.3-2 Mounting Position
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■ Securing the Evaluation MCU
Close the lever of the evaluation MCU mounting IC socket (SC1) from the dotted-line position to the
solid-line position to lock the evaluation MCU.
Evaluation MCU
Evaluation MCU mounting IC socket
Figure 4.3-3 Securing the Evaluation MCU
■ Uninstalling the evaluation MCU
To uninstall the evaluation MCU, open the lever of the evaluation MCU mounting IC socket (SC1)
from the dotted-line position to the solid-line position, then remove the evaluation MCU.
Evaluation MCU
Evaluation MCU mounting IC socket
Figure 4.3-4 Uninstalling the Evaluation MCU
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Chapter 4 Connections
4.4 Installing the Memory Board
To use the external-memory emulation function, plug an optional memory board into the memory board connector on the adapter board as illustrated in Figures 4.4-1 to 4.4-3. To uninstall the memory board, follow the
instruction illustrated in Figure 4.4-4.
■ Mounting Position
Align the dented part of the memory board on the right side with the raised part of the memory board
connector.
Memory board
Clips
Memory board connector
CN5
Unite a position.
Figure 4.4-1 Mounting Position
■ Plugging the Memory Board
Push the memory board at a slant into the memory board connector as shown with Figure 4.4-1.
(Check this from the side.)
Memory board
Memory board connector
Figure 4.4-2 Plugging the Memory Board
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■ Securing the Memory Board
Put the memory board down from the dotted-line position to the solid-line position and hold the
memory board between the clips on both sides until it clicks into place to secure it.
Memory board
Memory board connector
Figure 4.4-3 Securing the Memory Board
■ Uninstalling the Memory Board
To uninstall the memory board, open the clips on both sides of the memory board connector by pushing them outward (as shown in the left-side sketch in Figure 4.4-4).
Put the memory board up from the dotted-line position to the solid-line position to remove it (as
shown in the right-side sketch in Figure 4.4-4).
Memory board
Clips
Memory board connector
CN5
Memory board
Memory board
connector
Figure 4.4-4 Uninstalling the Memory Board
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4.5 Installing a Bypass Capacitor for DVCC
If the evaluation MCU has an integrated digital power supply ( DVCC pin), a bypass capacitor can be mounted
on the digital power supply as required.When it does not have a digital power supply (DVCC pin) in Evaluation
MCU, a bypass capacitor does not need to be mounted.
■ Installing a Bypass Capacitor
To use a polarized capacitor such as an electrolytic capacitor as the bypass capacitor, install it according to the polarity defined by the silk pattern on the PC board. Use meticulous care to check the
polarity.
Select the appropriate capacitor so that its type, capacitance, and withstand voltage are best suited
for the operating environment.
Figure 4-5-1 shows how to install the capacitor. Table 4.5-1 lists the signal names of digital power
supply pins of the evaluation MCU plugged in each capacitor mounting socket.
Capacitor
(A long pin is plus polarity.)
Index ( − )
16V
10
It is cautious of
the polarity of a
capacitor!
Capacitor mounting socket
−
+
Figure 4.5-1 Mounting the Capacitor
Table 4.5-1 The Signal Names of Digital Power Supply Pins of the Evaluation MCU
Correspondence
signal line
Evaluation MCU pin
number
SC4, 5
PF2
127
SC6, 7
PD3
241
SC8, 9
P85
36
SC10, 11
P65
39
Capacitor mounting socket name
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This chapter describes the basic setup procedures to be followed before turning the power on and the poweron and shutdown procedures as well.
Be sure to read this chapter before turning the power on.
5.1 Setting up the Evaluation MCU Power Supply
5.2 Setting the Clock Supply Circuit
5.3 Setting Reset Signals
5.4 Setting a External Memory Emulation
5.5 Power-on/Shutdown Procedures
Note : Shut off power to the entire system before starting the operations descried in this chapter. Performing
such operations with the power on may result in electric shock or device faults.
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5.1 Setting up the Evaluation MCU Power Supply
Figure 5.1-1 shows the factory settings of the jumper plugs; Table 5.1-1 lists the evaluation MCU power supply
specifications depending on the settings of individual jumper plugs from VSEL1 to VSEL4.
■ Setting up the Evaluation MCU Power Supply
Figure 5.1-1 shows the power supply circuit configuration around the evaluation MCU.
Adapter Board
Emulators
connector
User System
(Board)
+3.3V
MCU mounting part
VSEL1
Emulator
power supply
only
Evaluation MCU
Internal
power supply
EML
Flat cable
connector
USER
VSEL2
USER
Capacitor
0.1uF
C
Internal
MCU
power supply
GND
VSEL3
Main clock
power supply
I/O power-supply
A
MCU
I/O
power-supply
B
VSEL4
External memory
emulation part
EML
USER
Figure 5.1-1 Settings of Evaluation MCU Power Supply Setup Jumper Plugs
■ Setting up the Evaluation MCU Power Supply
Table 5.1-1 lists the evaluation MCU power supply specifications depending on the settings of individual jumper plugs from VSEL1 to VSEL4.
VSEL1
USR
EML
VSEL2
USR
C
VSEL3
B
A
VSEL4
USR
EML
Figure 5.1-2 Settings of Evaluation MCU Power-Supply Setup Jumper Plugs
(Factory Settings)
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Table 5.1-1 Jumper Plug Settings
Jumper plug
name
Setting
Evaluation MCU power supply specifications
USR side
The power supply only for emulators is supplied from a user
system.
EML side
The power supply only for emulators*1 is supplied from a user
system.
USR side
Supply evaluation MCU internal power or C pin *2 from user system.
C side
Add capacitor (0.1 µF) to evaluation MCU internal power supply
or C pin *2
A side
Supply VCCXTL power *3 from evaluation MCU internal power
supply.
B side
Supply VCCXTL power *3 from evaluation MCU external power
supply. (Set "B" side)
USR side
Supply backup power *4 from user system (evaluation MCU: external power supply) (for RAM) .
EML side
Supply backup power *4 from emulator (for ROM) .
Please be sure to set up here the case where an external memory
emulation function is not used.
VSEL1
VSEL2
VSEL3
VSEL4
*1 : When using a power-on debugging function, it is necessary to supply the power supply only
for emulators from an emulator (EML side), and Evaluation MCU needs to correspond to the
power-on debugging function further.Whether Evaluation MCU deals with the power-on debugging function should look at "an evaluation MCU hardware manual" or a "data sheet."
Please ask, when unknown.
*2 : For the specifications of the internal power supply of each evaluation MCU, consult the evaluation MCU hardware manual or Please ask, when unknown.
*3 : To supply VCCXTL power (power for main oscillation (clock generation)) from other than the
evaluation MCU’s internal or external power supply, remove the jumper plug to supply power
from the user system.
*4 : The backup power supply is used for the external-memory emulation circuit on the adapter
board.To use the data backup function, supply backup power from the emulator. In this case,
the emulator detects the power-on or shutdown state of the user system to back up data on the
adapter board (ROM equivalent operation).
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5.2 Setting the Clock Supply Circuit
To supply a clock signal from the adapter board to the main clock (X0/X1) and subclock (X0A/X1A) of the evaluation MCU, install an oscillator and a capacitor on the oscillator IC sockets (SC2 and SC3) on the adapter
board, respectively. Figure 5.2-1 shows how to install the oscillator and capacitor.
■ Installing the Oscillator
To supply a clock signal from the adapter board to the main clock (X0/X1) and subclock (X0A/X1A)
of the evaluation MCU, install an oscillator and a capacitor on the oscillator IC sockets (SC2 and
SC3) on the adapter board, respectively. Figure 5.2-1 shows how to install the oscillator and capacitor.
User system
(Board)
Adapter Board
USR
X1
EML
X1
X1
USR
X0
EML
X0
X0
X0/X1
1
2
3
4
Evaluation
MCU
8
7
6
5
GND
GND
USR
X1A
EML
X1A/PF6
X1
USR
X0A
EML
Flat cable
connector
(MCU mounting
part)
X0A/PF5
X0
X0A/X1A
1
2
3
4
GND
8
7
6
5
GND
Figure 5.2-1 Installing the Oscillator and Capacitor
■ Installing the Oscillator
To supply a clock signal from the adapter board to the main clock (X0/X1) and subclock (X0A/X1A)
of the evaluation MCU, install an oscillator and a capacitor on the oscillator IC sockets (SC2 and
SC3) on the adapter board, respectively. Figure 5.2-1 shows how to install the oscillator and capacitor.
Oscillator
Please mount a capacitor in No. 2,
No. 4 terminal or No. 3, and No. 4
terminal.
Capacitor
Please mount a capacitor in No. 5,
No. 6 terminal or No. 5, and No. 7
terminal.
Capacitor
• For the frequency and other specifications of the oscillator, refer to the data sheet for the evaluation MCU.
• For the capacitance of the capacitor, refer to the data sheet for the oscillator.
• Prepare the oscillator and the capacitor as neither of them is bundled with this product.
Figure 5.2-1 Installing the Oscillator and Capacitor
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■ Setting the Clock Selector Jumper Plugs
Figure 5.2-2 shows the factory settings of the jumper plugs; Table 5.2-1 shows how to set the clock
selector jumper plugs.
X0
USR
X1
EML
X0/X1
X0A
USR
X1A
EML
X0A/X1A
Figure 5.2-3 Setting the Clock Selector Jumper Plugs (Factory Setting)
Table 5.2-1 Jumper Plug Settings
Jumper plug
name
Setting
USR side
Supply main clock signal from user system.
EML side
Supply main clock signal from oscillator IC socket on adapter.
EML side
Supply sub clock signal from oscillator IC socket on adapter.
X0,X1
X0A,X1A
Clock supply
* : There is no function to supply a clock signal from the adapter to the user system.
Note : To supply a main clock signal from the user system, prepare an oscillation circuit on the user system
and use, for example, a CMOS buffer for buffering before the signal is supplied.
As supplying a subclock signal from the user system may result in unstable operation, be sure to supply
the subclock signal from the adapter board.
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5.3 Setting a Reset Signal
The reset signal is supplied to evaluation MCU from the user system or the emulater. Please use a setup at
the time of product shipment of a jumper plug.
■ Setting the Reset signal
A setup at the time of product shipment of a jumper plug is shown in Fig. 5.3-1. By this setup, the
INITX signal (INIT) of evaluation MCU is supplied from the INITX signal of a user system via an
emulator, and the TRSTX signal (TRST) of evaluation MCU is supplied from the reset signal of an
emulator.
INIT
USR
EML
USR
EML
TRST
Figure 5.3-1 Setting the Reset Signal Setting Jumper Plugs (Factory Setting)
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5.4 Setting a External Memory Emulation
Figure 5.4-1 shows the external memory emulation block diagram, figure 5.4-2 and table 5.4-1 show the setting the memory size select switch and the factory settings of the memory size select switch, figure 5.4-3
shows the factory settings of the setting the memory connective switches; Table 5.4-2 lists the memory connective switch settings.
■ External Memory Emulation Block Diagram
Figure 5.4-1 shows the external memory emulation block diagram.
Evaluation
MCU
Data bus
P1[7:0],P0[7:0]
Memory
connective
switches
74LVCH16244A
Externalmemory
emulation
circuit
Flat cable
connector
Address bus
P4[5:0],P3[7:0],P2[7:1],P5[4]
Y
To header
A
*OE
GND
Adapter board
Figure 5.4-1 External Memory Emulation Block Diagram
■ Setting the Memory Size Select Switch
The memory size select switch select the size of the memory board to be connected to use the external memory emulation function.
Figure 5.4-2 shows the factory settings of the switch; Table 5.4-1 lists the memory board sizes and
effective addresses depending on the settings of the switch.
ASEL
ON
1 2 3 4
1
2
3
SW1
Figure 5.4-2 Setting the Memory Size Select Switch (Factory Setting)
Table 5.4-1 The Memory Size Select Switch Settings
ASEL3
ASEL2
ASEL1
Memory board size
Affective addresses
1
1
1
1
1
0
2 MWords
A[21:1]
1
0
1
1 MWords
A[20:1]
1
0
0
512 KWords
A[19:1]
0
1
1
256 KWords
A[18:1]
0
1
0
128 KWords
A[17:1]
0
0
1
64 KWords
A[16:1]
0
0
0
32 KWords
A[15:1]
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■ Setting the Memory Connective Switches
These switches can be used to disconnect address lines disabled by the memory capacity switching
function from buffers and using them as user resources instead when the external-memory emulation
function is used. Even when the external-memory emulation function is not used, the switches can
be used to disconnect those address lines from buffers to reduce the load on the address lines used as
user resources.
Figure 5.4-3 shows the factor settings of the switches; Table 5.4-2 lists the elements of the switches
and their respective signal conductors and evaluation MCU’s pin numbers.
SW2
RD
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
SW3
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
SW4
Figure 5.4-3 Setting the Memory Connective Switches (Factory Setting)
Table 5.4-2 The Memory Connective Switch Settings
Part number
(Printed on board)
SW2
SW3
SW4
Element number
(Labeled on switch)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
Relevant signal
conductor
P54 (RDX)
P21 (A1)
P22 (A2)
P23 (A3)
P24 (A4)
P25 (A5)
P26 (A6)
P27 (A7)
P30 (A8)
P31 (A9)
P32 (A10)
P33 (A11)
P34 (A12)
P35 (A13)
P36 (A14)
P37 (A15)
P40 (A16)
P41 (A17)
P42 (A18)
P43 (A19)
P44 (A20)
P45 (A21)
Evaluation MCU’s pin
number
140
310
201
357
257
144
309
256
200
356
308
92
44
255
143
199
307
91
142
254
43
198
* : The user resources corresponding to the above pin numbers are different depending on the evaluation MCU used.
For details, refer to the hardware manual for the evaluation MCU to be used or “APPENDIX
User Interface Specifications”.
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5.5 Power-on/Shutdown Procedures
Finish connecting all the components of your entire system, then turn them on in the order: host machine ->
emulator -> user system.
Shut down your system by turning off the components in the order: user system -> emulator -> host machine.
■ Power-on Procedure
To turn the power on, finish making all the required connections and follow the procedure in Figure
5.5-1.
To turn on the emulator, press the power switch on the back of the emulator. The power switch remains depressed.
Check the position of the power switch with the hardware manual for the emulator.
Note : When turning on the individual components of your system, follow the power-on procedure specified in
the manual.
Once you have turned the adapter on, do not carry it or apply shock or vibration to it.
The power supply of a host computer is switched on.
The power supply of an emulator is switched on.
POWER LED lights up
“SOFTUNE Workbench” is started.
“Emulator Debugger” is started.
A dialog display is checked (see Figure 5.5-2).
The power supply of a user system is switched on.
"OK" is checked by dialog display (see Figure 5.5-2).
Figure 5.5-1 Power-on Procedure
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Figure 5.5-2 Dialog Display
■ Shutdown Procedure
To shut down your system, follow the procedure shown in Figure 5.5-3.
To turn off the emulator, press and release the power switch on the back of the emulator. This returns
the depressed switch to the OFF (raised) state.
Check the position of the power switch with the hardware manual for the emulator.
"Emulator Debugger" is ended.
A user system is turned off.
An emulator is turned off.
A host machine is turned off (when required).
Figure 5.5-3 Shutdown Procedure
Note : When turning off the individual components of your system, follow the shutdown procedure specified in
the manual.
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Chapter 6 Cautions
This chapter lists precautions and important notes on use of this product.
That extra cautions apply to the adapter when the external-emulation memory and power-on debug functions
are used.
■ General Cautions on the Adapter
• Before setting a jumper plug or switch on the adapter board, turn off all of the adapter, emulator, and user system.
• The settings of jumper plugs VSEL1 to VSEL4 are related to power supply. Setting these
jumper plugs incorrectly can destroy the entire system.
• When the user system supplies a clock signal to the evaluation MCU, the wiring pattern from
the clock signal source on the user system side may be too long to provide oscillation.
• When the user system supply a clock signal to the evaluation MCU using an oscillator, the
evaluation MCU has a restriction that, if the X0 or X1 pin must be opened, the jumper plug
for selecting the corresponding clock signal source must be removed. This also applies to X0A
and X1A.
• When the emulator is used, INITX pin control source of the evaluation MCU' to the emulator
position set the jumper plug to a reset signal setting.When the emulator is being used, the evaluation MCU’s INITX pin is controlled by the emulator and the reset signal from the user system is input to the evaluation MCU via the emulator. The reset timing is therefore delayed
several clock cycles from the actual reset timing.
The reset command of the emulator only resets the evaluation MCU; it does not reset the user
system.
In addition, the signal sent from the user system to the INITX pin during a break is masked
by the emulator.
• The pin state of the user bus when the evaluation MCU is in the user hold/low power consumption mode is the same as the one stated in the Evaluation MCU hardware manual.
• The flat cable (long) can be used when the MCU’s clock frequency is low or when the load
on user pins is very light. Usually, the flat cable (standard) should be used.
• When the adapter and header are used, the MCU on the user system must always be socket
mounted. The IC socket must be the designated IC socket.
• No power is supplied to the user system from the adapter, header, or emulator.
• When the external memory emulation function is not used, set all the memory connection
switches to OFF. If external signals are applied with the memory connection switches set to
ON, drive the adapter at a current of at least ±750µA. If the drive current is lower than
±750µA, a normal potential may not be obtained due to the bus hold feature of the buffer IC.
■ Cautions to be observed when the External Memory Emulation Function
• When external-memory emulation is used, set those memory connective switches to ON
which correspond to the effective address bus signal (equivalent to A[21:1], variable with
memory size setting) and control line (equivalent to RDX).
• A buffer IC is connected to the effective address bus signal (variable with the memory size setting) and control line used for external-memory emulation. A capacitance of about 6 pF is
therefore added to each of the signal conductors.
• As a buffer IC is connected to the effective address bus signal and control line used for external-memory emulation, each signal conductor connected to the memory board involves a delay of about 6 ns.
• As the data bus used for external-memory emulation is connected directly to the data bus signal (equivalent to D[31:16]), the external I/O power supply to the evaluation MCU must always be +3.3 V. The external I/O power supply exceeding +3.3 V can break the memory board.
• As the data bus used for external-memory emulation is connected directly to the data bus of
the evaluation MCU, a capacitance of about 6 pF is added to each signal conductor when the
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memory board is installed.
• The data bus used for external-memory emulation is fixed at 16 bits in width.
• Although some of the address bus signals, data bus signals, and control lines of the memory
board are connected to the user system, the chip select signal is not connected and thus the
user system cannot access data in the memory board.
■ Cautions to be observed when the Power-on Debug Function
• When performing power-on debugging, pay due attention to the settings related to power supply.
• The following three conditions must be satisfied when the power supply is turned off by power-on debugging:
1. It takes 25 µs or more for all the power supply levels of the evaluation MCU to decrease from 0.9 Vcc to 0.5 Vcc.
2. The CPU operating frequency is 1 MHz or higher.
3. A user program is being executed.
• For details on the power-on debug function, refer to the emulator hardware manual.
■ Cautions to be observed when the external memory emulation function and the Power-on Debug
Function
• If the user power supply remaining high level is shut off with the External address and RDX
pins, the bus hold feature of the buffer ICs on the adapter board causes a current of up to 250
mA to flow until each signal level goes low.
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APPENDIX User Interface Specifications
This appendix describes the user interface specifications of the adapter board.
■ User Interface Specifications
Figure A-1 shows the correspondence between the pin numbers of flat cable connectors A and B of
the adapter board and those of the header or user system. Table A-1 and table A-2 lists the pinouts
of flat cable connectors A and B and the evaluation MCU.
Note that the evaluation MCU signal names in the table are tentative names and their actual signal
names vary with each model. The actual evaluation MCU signal names can be judged from the evaluation MCU pin numbers. For details, Please ask, when unknown.
Each signal name of the evaluation MCU has the following meaning. See the notes that follow as
well.
•
•
•
•
Vcc_A
Vcc_B
VCCXTL
GND
: Internal power supply of the evaluation MCU (or the C pin).
: I/O power supply of the evaluation MCU (or a single power supply).
: Main clock power supply of the evaluation MCU.
: Ground of the evaluation MCU.
Note : To the pins whose evaluation MCU signal name is underlined in the table, an additional circuit may be
added for controlling the evaluation MCU. Therefore, those pins have different electrical characteristics
from those on the actual MCU.
See the sections listed below for details on the additional circuit for each signal.
• P65/P85/PD3/PF2(DVcc) : See Section 4.5 "Installing a Bypass Capacitor for DVCC."
• X0/X1
: See Section 5.2 "Setup for Clock Supply."
• X0A/X1A(PF5/PF6)
: See Section 5.2 "Setup for Clock Supply."
• P54(RDX)
: See Section 5.4 "Setup for External-Memory Emulation."
P4[5:0](A[21:16])
P3[7:0](A[15:8])
P2[7:1](A[7:1])
P1[7:0](D[15:8])
P0[7:0](D[7:0])
The emulator uses Vcc_A and Vcc_B mainly as the power supplies to the evaluation MCU and additionally for voltage detection purposes only; it does not contain circuit consuming large power.
It is advisable to use the flat cable (standard) bundled with the emulator to prevent noise trouble.
Provide the user system with a connector equivalent to the flat cable connector. The part number of the
flat cable connector is as follows:
• Flat cable connector part number: 8930E-100-178MS (manufactured by KEL)
Notice that the pinouts of flat cable connectors A and B are different between the adapter board and
the user system.
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Adapter board
Header or a user system
Flat cable connector
Flat cable connector
CN1
CN2
A
B
A
A50
B50
A50
B50
A1
B1
A1
B1
TOP VIEW
(connector is mounted
in the back)
B
B50
B1
A50
A1
B1
TOP VIEW
(connector is mounted
in the surface)
Figure A-1 Pin Numbers of Flat Cable Connectors A and B
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A50
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Table A-1 Pinouts of Flat Cable Connector A
Connector
pin number
Evaluation
MCU
signal name
(temporary
name)*
Evaluation MCU
pin number
Connector
pin number
Evaluation
MCU
signal name
(temporary
name)*
Evaluation MCU
pin number
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
A50
GND
P91
P93
P95
P97
AVRH
AVSS
PC1
PC3
PC5
PC7
PA0
Vcc_A
P87
GND
P84
P82
P80
P77
P75
P73
P71
GND
VCC3B
X0A/PF5
P66
P65(DVcc)
P63
P61
P57
GND
P54(RDX)
P52
P51
P50
P46
VCCXTL
P21(A1)
GND
P24(A4)
P26(A6)
P30(A8)
P32(A10)
P33(A11)
P35(A13)
P37(A15)
P41(A17)
P43(A19)
P45(A21)
GND
−
135
301
191
349
296
186
188
244
187
243
83
−
249
−
302
136
37
138
250
195
38
−
5
209
252
39
40
139
41
−
140
42
306
197
141
76
310
−
257
309
200
308
92
255
199
91
254
198
−
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B31
B32
B33
B34
B35
B36
B37
B38
B39
B40
B41
B42
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
B48
B49
B50
GND
P92
P94
P96
AVCC
AVRL
PC0
PC2
PC4
PC6
GND
PA1
PA2
P90
P86
P85(DVcc)
P83
P81
GND
P76
P74
P72
Vcc_A
P70
X1A/PF6
P67
GND
P64
P62
P60
P56
P55
P53
Vcc_A
GND
P47
P20
P22(A2)
P23(A3)
P25(A5)
P27(A7)
P31(A9)
GND
P34(A12)
P36(A14)
P40(A16)
Vcc_A
P42(A18)
P44(A20)
GND
−
84
192
35
131
242
245
297
346
345
−
300
248
193
85
36
303
86
−
351
137
194
−
87
51
251
−
304
88
305
89
196
253
−
−
90
202
201
357
144
256
356
−
44
143
307
−
142
43
−
*:The evaluation MCU signal name of table A-1 should keep in mind that actual signal
names differ for every kind for a "temporary name".
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Table A-2 Pinouts of Flat Cable Connector B
Connector
pin number
Evaluation
MCU
signal name
(temporary
name)*
Evaluation MCU
pin number
Connector
pin number
Evaluation
MCU
signal name
(temporary
name)*
Evaluation MCU
pin number
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
A50
GND
−
PG4
PG2
PG0
PF2(DVcc)
GND
PE7
PE5
PE3
PE1
PE0
PD6
PD4
GND
PD2
Vcc_B
PB7
PB5
PB4
PB2
PB0
GND
PA6
PA4
Vcc_B
X1
P17(D15)
P15(D13)
P13(D11)
GND
P10(D8)
P06(D6)
P04(D4)
P02(D2)
Vcc_B
P00(D0)
MOD0
GND
PI7
PI5
PI3
PI1
PI0
PH6
PH4
GND
PH1
PH0
GND
−
−
4
208
153
127
−
293
78
184
240
129
294
130
−
80
−
298
189
246
299
81
−
190
134
−
291
258
203
93
−
312
94
205
1
−
46
292
−
206
47
2
150
262
96
207
−
263
264
−
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B31
B32
B33
B34
B35
B36
B37
B38
B39
B40
B41
B42
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
B48
B49
B50
GND
PG5
PG3
PG1
PF3
PF1
PF0
PE6
PE4
PE2
GND
PD7
PD5
PD3(DVcc)
PG6
PD1
PD0
PB6
GND
PB3
PB1
VCC3IO
PA7
PA5
PA3
X0
GND
P16(D14)
P14(D12)
P12(D10)
P11(D9)
P07(D7)
P05(D5)
P03(D3)
GND
P01(D1)
INITX
MOD1
MOD2
PI6
PI4
PI2
GND
PH7
PH5
PH3
PH2
Vcc_B
−
GND
−
50
315
98
182
239
31
183
128
32
−
79
185
241
97
295
344
132
−
348
133
33
247
34
82
29
−
146
259
147
204
260
45
148
−
95
126
30
77
261
313
149
−
48
151
49
3
−
−
−
*:The evaluation MCU signal name of table A-2 should keep in mind that actual signal
names differ for every kind for a "temporary name".
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FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR • SUPPORT SYSYEM
DSU-FR emulator
PGA-401P adapter Type2
MB2198-130
Operation Manual
January 2005 the first edition
Published FUJITSU LIMITED Electronic Devices
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