Fujitsu MB96300 Electronic Keyboard User Manual

Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe
User Guide
FMEMCU-UG-960014-10
MB96300 SERIES
EVALUATION BOARD
SK-96370-144PMC-GDC
USER GUIDE
SK-96370-144PMC-GDC User Guide
Revision History
Revision History
Date
20.05.2008
Issue
V1.0, HWe, First Release
This document contains 42 pages.
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Contents
0 Contents
REVISION HISTORY ............................................................................................................ 2
WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMER ......................................................................................... 3
0 CONTENTS...................................................................................................................... 4
1 OVERVIEW...................................................................................................................... 6
1.1
Abstract................................................................................................................... 6
1.2
Features.................................................................................................................. 7
1.3
General Description................................................................................................. 8
2 INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................. 10
2.1
Connection/Power-On ........................................................................................... 10
2.2
Default Jumper settings for MB96370 Series......................................................... 11
2.3
Jumper Location.................................................................................................... 13
3 JUMPERS AND SWITCHES.......................................................................................... 14
3.1
Operating Mode (S1)............................................................................................. 14
3.2
Power Supply (S2, JP: 8, 15, 16, 17, 22)............................................................... 15
3.3
Subclock (JP: 1, 2) ................................................................................................ 16
3.4
Analog Power Supply Voltage (JP: 11, 12, 13, 14) ................................................ 17
3.5
Alarm Comparator (JP: 85).................................................................................... 17
3.6
Reset Generation (JP: 33, 41, 46, 47, 48) ............................................................. 18
3.7
User Buttons SW1, SW2, SW3, SW4, SW5, SW6 (JP: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)...................... 19
3.8
I2C pull-up resistor (JP: 9, 10)................................................................................ 19
3.9
LIN / UART............................................................................................................ 20
3.10 CAN interfaces (JP: 24, 26, 34, 35) ....................................................................... 21
3.11 External Flash memory (JP: 49, 52, 56) ................................................................ 22
3.12 External SRAM memory (JP: 50, 53, 59)............................................................... 22
3.13 Graphic Display Controller interface (JP: 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 85, 86)................ 23
4 CONNECTORS.............................................................................................................. 24
4.1
Power connector (X7)............................................................................................ 24
4.2
MCU pin header connectors (X20A, X20B, X21, X22 and X23)............................. 24
4.3
LIN-UART connectors (X5, X9) ............................................................................. 24
4.4
CAN Connector (X6, X8) ....................................................................................... 25
4.5
USER-LEDs & optional LC-Display (J1) ................................................................ 26
4.6
In-Circuit-Programming Connector (X4) ................................................................ 27
4.7
Alarm Comparator Connector (J2)......................................................................... 28
4.8
External Supply Voltage Vin (J3) ........................................................................... 28
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4.9
Vcc 5 Volts (J4) ..................................................................................................... 28
4.10 Vcc 3.3 Volts (J5) .................................................................................................. 28
4.11 Vcc 2.5 Volts (J9) .................................................................................................. 28
4.12 Vcc 1.8 Volts (J10) ................................................................................................ 28
4.13 LIN Bus Inhibit (J6)................................................................................................ 28
4.14 LIN Bus Inhibit (J11).............................................................................................. 28
4.15 VCC Connector (J7) .............................................................................................. 28
4.16 GND Connector (J8).............................................................................................. 28
5 PROGRAMMING THE INTERNAL FLASH MEMORY................................................... 29
5.1
Asynchronous Mode.............................................................................................. 29
5.2
Synchronous Mode ............................................................................................... 31
6 APPENDIX ..................................................................................................................... 32
6.1
Related Products................................................................................................... 32
7 INFORMATION IN THE WWW....................................................................................... 33
8 CHINA-ROHS REGULATION ........................................................................................ 34
9 RECYCLING .................................................................................................................. 36
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Chapter 1 Overview
1 Overview
1.1
Abstract
The SK-96370-144PMC-GDC is a multifunctional evaluation board for the Fujitsu 16FX
Flash microcontroller MB96370 Series.
It can be used stand-alone for software development and testing or as a simple target board
to work with the emulator system.
The board allows the designer immediately to start software development before his own
final target system is available.
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Features
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Supports Fujitsu’s 16FX MB96370 Series with 144 pin PMC / M08 package
or the MB2198 Emulator System with the Probe Cable MB2198-507-E.
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9-15V unregulated external DC power supply
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On-board 3.3V switching mode voltage regulator
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Power-LEDs for all supply voltages
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Onboard voltage supervisor monitor
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In-Circuit serial Flash programming (UART0 or UART2)
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All resources available for evaluation
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All MCU pins routed to connectors
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4 MHz main crystal
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32 kHz crystal for sub clock operation
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Two RS232- or LIN interfaces
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Two CAN interfaces
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3 V capable CAN, LIN, and RS232 transceivers
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8 User LEDs
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Optional: alphanumeric standard LC-Display connectable instead of LEDs
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Reset button, Reset LED
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5 User buttons
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8 MByte FLASH
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2 MByte SRAM
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Connector for Fujitsu Graphic-Controller boards (e.g.: CREMSON-STARTERKITLIME)
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External bus interface routed to 96 pin and 48 pin DIN 41612 (VG) connectors
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Power Supply: 5V, 3.3V, 2.5V and 1.8V
This board must only be used for test applications
in an evaluation laboratory environment.
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1.3
General Description
The SK-96370-144PMC-GDC supports the F2MC-16FX microcontrollers of MB96370 Series
with LQFP144-M08 (PMC) package.
It can be used as a stand-alone evaluation board or as a target board for the emulator
debugger.
1.3.1 MCU Clocks
The board is supplied with a socketed 4 MHz crystal as main oscillation source. Using the
internal PLL of the IC, internal clock rates up to 56 MHz can be achieved.
1.3.2 RS-232 and LIN
Two separate RS232 transceivers and two single-wire LIN-transceivers (TLE7259) are
available to connect two out of three on-chip UARTs to 9-pin D-Sub connectors (X5, X9).
The transceivers generate the adequate RS232 levels for the receive (RXD) and transmit
(TXD) and LIN bus lines. In RS232 mode, either the DTR line or the RTS line can be
selected with jumpers (JP23 and JP38) to generate a system reset. The RTS signal can be
shortcut to CTS using the jumpers JP19 and JP36. Each of the four D-Sub connectors can
be configured as RS232 or LIN. The LIN Vs line can be powered by the unregulated supply
input of the board, so no additional supply is needed (JP28 and JP42).
All transceivers are fully 3.3V IO compatible to enable low voltage applications.
In-circuit programming (asynchronous) can be done via LIN-UART 0 and 2 (X5, X9).
1.3.3 CAN Bus
Two high-speed CAN transceivers (TLE6250GV33) can be connected to the CAN interfaces
of the MCU to allow easy connection to CAN networks.
All transceivers are fully 3.3V IO compatible to enable low voltage applications.
1.3.4 MCU Pins
All pins of the microcontroller except the oscillator pins X0/X1 and X0A/X1A are connected
to edge connectors and are directly available to the user.
1.3.5 Power Supply
The on-board switching mode voltage regulators allow the user to connect an unregulated
DC input voltage of +9V to +15V, and supplies all voltages needed by the board and an
optional graphic sub-board. The regulators are rated with 3A (5V and 3.3V) resp. 1.5A (2.5V,
1.8V) and are thermally protected against overload.
1.3.6 User Buttons
There are six push button switches on the board, which can be connected to input ports of
the microcontroller. This allows the user to evaluate external Interrupts, external timer trigger
or Input Capture functions as well as simple input polling. One button is reserved as ‘Reset’button for the microcontroller, controlled by the supply monitor IC.
1.3.7 User LEDs and optional LCD
Eight user LEDs are connected to Port 09 and grounded by two 1k resistor networks (RN1,
RN2). If these LEDs are not required, these resistor networks can be removed to disconnect
the LEDs and to free the I/O port.
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1.3.8 I2C Bus
Additional 10 kOhm pull-up resistors can be connected to the I²C bus lines by setting the
according jumpers. JP9 is for SDA0 and JP10 for SCL0.
1.3.9 Emulator System
If the board is used as an emulator target board, the microcontroller must be removed from
the socket and the corresponding probe cable has to be mounted:
Series
V-Chip
Probe cable
MB96370
MB96V300B
MB2198-507-E
Socket
NQPACK144SD-ND
HQPACK144SD
Table 1-1: Emulation System
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2 Installation
2.1
Connection/Power-On
Carefully remove the board from the shipping carton.
First, check if there are any damages before powering up the evaluation board.
For the power supply a DC input voltage of 9V – 15V is recommended. The positive
voltage (+) must be connected to the center pin, and ground (GND) must be
connected to the shield of the connector X7!
After power-on (Switch S2 or JP22), the red power-on LEDs (LD9, LD10, LD11, and LD12)
should be lit. If the LEDs do not light up, switch off the power supply and check input polarity
and current capability of the DC supply used. Please do not look directly into the LEDs to
prevent harming your eyes.
The in-circuit programming allows the user to program own applications into the Flash
memory. The procedures for Flash programming are described in chapter 5.
If the board shall be used as an emulator target board, switch off the power supply and
remove the microcontroller from the socket. Now the probe cable can be mounted on the
socket. Take care of the pin 1 marking on the socket and fasten the probe cable with the
provided screws.
Do not use any other probe cable than MB2198-507-E only!
Connect the probe cable to the MB2198-500 emulation Adapter Board. Check all jumper
settings of the evaluation board, the Probe Cable, and the Adapter Board.
When turning on the system, be sure to use the following power-up sequence:
1. Power up the Emulator Main Unit (MB2198-01)
2. Power up the Adapter Board (MB2198-500), if needed
3. Power up the target Board (SK-96370-144PMC-GDC)
To turn off the system, switch off the components in reverse order, beginning with the target
Board.
Please refer to the corresponding user manuals and application notes for the emulator how
to set up the emulator system. After power on the ‘UVCC’-LED of the emulator must be on.
Note:
Some customers experience connectivity problems when connecting the MCU into
the socket adapter. Only the small red screwdriver available in your box should be
used to connect the cover (HQPACK) onto the socket (NQPACK).
If the four screws are not tightening equally, then it may cause a poor contact.
Do not screw the cover too tight (max 0.054 Nm). If you have connectivity problems
then please loosen the screws and tighten again the screws equally.
Do not clean NQPACK, YQPACK, and YQSOCKET with steam. Cleaning material will
contaminate inside of connector.
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2.2
Default Jumper settings for MB96370 Series
The following table lists all jumpers including its default setting and location on the starterkit.
Jumper
Description / Function
Type
Default
Setting
Coordinates
JP1
X1A
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
J 10
JP2
X0A
Jumper 4 pin
1-2
J 10
JP3
Switch SW1 : INT0/NMI
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
G6
JP4
Switch SW2 : INT5
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
G6
JP5
Switch SW3 : TIN1
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
H6
JP6
Switch SW4 : IN0 / TTG4/0
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
H6
JP7
Switch SW5 : IN1 / TTG5/1
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
H6
JP8
C pin
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
I 14
JP9
SDA0 pull-up
Jumper 2 pin
Open
G 15
JP10
SCL0 pull-up
Jumper 2 pin
Open
G 15
JP11
AVCC
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
J 16
JP12
AVRH
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
J 15
JP13
AVRL
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
J 15
JP14
AVSS
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
K 15
Voltage selection for MCUVCC
Jumper 3 pin
2-3
J 17
JP15
(3.3V only for SK-96370-144PMC-GDC with extern. memory)
JP16
MCUVCC
Jumper 2 pin
JP17
DVCC
JP18
DVSS
JP19
Do not change!
Closed
K 17
Jumper 3 pin
2-3
L 12
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
L 10
UART0 : CTS / RTS
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
I3
JP20
CAN0 Transceiver type
Solder JP 3 pin
1-2
D4
JP21
SIN0 : RS232 / LIN transceiver
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
H5
JP22
Mains Switch
Jumper 2 pin
Open
L 17
JP23
UART0 : DTR / RTS
Jumper 3 pin
Open
H3
JP24
CAN0 RxD
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
D4
JP25
SOT0 : RS232 / LIN transceiver
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
I5
JP26
CAN0 TxD
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
D3
JP27
UART0 : RS232 / LIN
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
I3
JP28
UART0 : LIN VBat
Jumper 2 pin
Open
H3
JP29
UART0 : LIN-Enable
Jumper 2 pin
Open
I3
JP30
LIN0 Transceiver type
Solder JP 3 pin
1-2
I5
JP31
UART0 : LIN Master
Jumper 2 pin
Open
J3
JP32
CAN1 Transceiver type
Solder JP 3 pin
1-2
G4
JP33
Reset by UART 0 / 2
Jumper 3 pin
Open
J5
JP34
CAN1 RxD
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
G4
JP35
CAN1 TxD
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
G3
JP36
UART2 : CTS / RTS
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
K3
JP37
SIN2 : RS232 / LIN
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
K5
JP38
UART2 : DTR / RTS
Jumper 3 pin
Open
K3
JP39
SOT2 : RS232 / LIN
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
K5
JP40
UART2 : RS232 / LIN
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
K3
JP41
UART Reset / Inverter
Jumper 3 pin
Open
J7
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Jumper
Description / Function
Type
Default
Setting
Coordinates
JP42
UART2 : LIN VBat
Jumper 2 pin
Open
K3
JP43
UART2 : LIN-Enable
Jumper 2 pin
Open
L3
JP44
LIN2 Transceiver type
Solder JP 3 pin
1-2
L5
JP45
UART2 : LIN Master
Jumper 2 pin
Open
M3
JP46
Direct Reset / Delayed
Solder JP 3 pin
1-2
J7
JP47
Voltage Monitor
Solder JP 3 pin
2-3
J8
JP48
MCU Reset
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
J8
JP49
FLASH : Word / Byte access
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
D 13
JP50
SRAM : Word / Byte access
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
F 13
JP52
FLASH : 16-bit / 8-bit interface
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
D 13
JP53
SRAM : 16-bit / 8-bit interface
Jumper 3 pin
1-2
F 13
JP54
Set A24 to GND for GDC interface
Solder JP 2 pin
Closed
C 15
JP55
Set A25 to GND for GDC interface
Solder JP 2 pin
Closed
C 16
JP56
FLASH / LIME
Jumper 4 pin
2-4
E 14
JP57
Select CS3/CS2 for GDC interface
Jumper 2 pin
Open
E 14
JP58
Supply 1V8 to GDC interface
Solder JP 2 pin
Closed
C4
JP59
SRAM
Jumper 3 pin
2-3
E 13
JP60
External Vin
Solder JP 2 pin
Open
C8
JP70
Manual GDC reset (GLRST)
Solder JP 2 pin
Closed
C7
JP71
Manual GDC reset (FLRST)
Solder JP 2 pin
Closed
C7
JP85
ALARM0
Jumper 2 pin
Closed
L 15
Table 2-1: Jumper Settings
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Jumper Location
The following picture shows the silk plot of the starter-kit with marked default jumper
settings.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Figure 2-1: Default Jumper Settings
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Chapter 3 Jumpers and Switches
3 Jumpers and Switches
This chapter describes all jumpers and switches that can be modified on the evaluation
board. The default setting is shown with a grey shaded area.
3.1
Operating Mode (S1)
This switch controls the MCU operation mode after Reset.
Please take care of the following mode settings:
DIP switch
S1-1
(MD0)
Setting
ON (closed)
OFF (open)
Logical value
1 (high)
0 (low)
S1-2
(MD1)
ON (closed)
OFF (open)
1 (high)
0 (low)
S1-3
(MD2)
ON (closed)
1 (high)
OFF (open)
ON (closed)
OFF (open)
0 (low)
Not connected
Not connected
S1-4
(Not used)
Table 3-1: MCU Operating Mode
MD0 MD1 MD2 nc
DIP-Switch S1
ON
OFF
(RUN Mode)
1
2
3
4
Figure 3-1: MCU mode switch: RUN mode (Fixed Vector Mode)
MD0 MD1 MD2 nc
ON
DIP-Switch S1
OFF
(Programming Mode)
1
2
3
4
Figure 3-2: MCU mode switch: Flash Programming mode
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3.2
Power Supply (S2, JP: 8, 15, 16, 17, 22)
The on-board voltage regulator provides stabilized 5V *1 and 3.3V supplies to the MCU *1 and
peripherals. Even though they are thermally protected against overload, care must be taken
when supplying current for additional circuitry.
The LIN Vs line can be connected directly to the input supply of the board by jumpers. In this
case, the input voltage to the board has to be suitable for the connected bus devices (mostly
around 12V). Since there is a protection diode between Vin and Vs, it is not possible to
power the board over the LIN bus.
S2
Power Switch
JP8
Core power supply stabilization capacitor
JP15 Selects the power supply voltage for the microcontroller
For SK-96370-144PMC-GDC use only 3.3V, because of the external memory
JP16 Connects the power supply voltage to the microcontroller. An ampere meter can be
used instead for power consumption measurement.
JP17 Selects the Stepper Motor Driver Voltage (3.3V or 5V)
JP22 Jumper to override the power switch S2
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP8
(C-pin)
Closed
An external capacitor is connected
JP15 *1
(MCUVCC)
1-2
Power supply (VCC) for MCU is set to 5V
(Not allowed for SK-96370-144PMC-GDC)
2-3
Power supply (VCC) for MCU is set to 3V3
JP16
(MCUVCC)
1-2
MCU is disconnected from VCC
2-3
MCU is connected to VCC
JP17
(DVCC)
1-2
SMC (DVCC) supply voltage is set to 5V
2-3
SMC (DVCC) supply voltage is set to 3.3V
JP22
(Mains)
Closed
Open
Open
An external capacitor is not connected
Board is always switched on
Board power is controlled by switch S2
Table 3-2: Power Supply Configuration
By default, all Board supplies are set to 3.3V.
*1
For SK-96370-144PMC-GDC use only 3.3V, because of the external memory
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3.3
Subclock (JP: 1, 2)
Some devices like e.g. MB96F37xRW support a 32 kHz sub-clock (X0A, X1A), other devices
like e.g. MB96F37xRS do not support a sub-clock but will offer additional port-pins (e.g.
P04_0, P04_1) instead.
Please check the related datasheet.
JP1:
defines usage of pin 69 (X1A)
JP2:
defines usage of pin 68 (X0A)
Jumper
Setting
JP2
(X0A)
JP1
(X1A)
Pin-out JP2:
3
4
2
1
Description
1-4
Pin 68 is connected to the 32 kHz sub-clock (X0A)
2-4
Pin 68 is used as port pin P04_0
3-4
Pin 68 is connected to GND (in case that subclockdevice is used, but no 32 kHz crystal is connected)
1-2
Pin 69 is connected to the 32 kHz sub-clock (X1A)
2-3
Pin 69 is used as port pin P04_1
Default: JP1: 1-2, JP2: 1-4
By default, the 32 kHz sub-clock-crystal is connected to the microcontroller.
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3.4
Analog Power Supply Voltage (JP: 11, 12, 13, 14)
The power supply as well as the positive reference voltage for the A/D-converter can be
provided internally or externally.
JP11, JP14 connects analog power supply voltages (AVcc and AVss)
JP12
connects the low pass filtered analog reference voltage AVRH to AVcc
JP13
connects the low pass filtered analog reference voltage AVRL to AVss
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP11
(AVcc)
Closed
AVcc is connected to Vcc
JP12
(AVRH)
Closed
JP13
(AVRL)
Closed
JP14
(AVss)
Closed
Open
AVcc is disconnected from Vcc
AVRH is connected to AVcc
AVRH defined by resistor network*1
Open
AVRL is connected to AVss
AVRL defined by resistor network*1
Open
AVss is connected to GND
Open
AVss is disconnected from GND
*1
By default the resistor network (R16, R17, R20, R21) is not mounted on the board
Table 3-3: ADC Supply
Default: JP11, JP12, JP13, and JP14 are closed
By default, the A/D-converter supply and reference voltage is the same as the
microcontroller supply voltage.
Note:
If JP11 and JP14 are open, the user has to supply an adequate analog voltage supply (AVcc
and AVss) to the A/D-converter.
If JP12 and JP13 are open, the resistors R16, R17, R20, and R21 define AVRH and AVRL.
By default the resistor network (R16, R17, R20, and R21) is not mounted on the board.
3.5
Alarm Comparator (JP: 85)
Potentiometer RP2 is connected to ALARM0 in order to evaluate comparator 0 of the
microcontroller. Any voltage between VCC and GND can be set. Additionally the adjusted
voltage can be measured at connector J2.
JP78 One potentiometer can be connected to the ALARM0/AN8
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP85
(ALARM0)
Closed
Pin 26 (ALRAM0/AN8) of the MCU is connected to RP2
Open
Pin 26 (ALRAM0/AN8) of the MCU is not connected
Table 3-4: Alarm Comparator
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3.6
Reset Generation (JP: 33, 41, 46, 47, 48)
In addition to the internal Power-On reset, the microcontroller can be reset by an external
reset circuit (Voltage Monitor) and also by a RS232 interface. Refer to the chapter ‘LIN /
UART Connectors (X5 or X9)’ for DTR / RTS selection.
JP33
Selects X5 or X9 as reset source.
JP41
The signal on the DTR/RTS line can be negated with this jumper.
Remove the jumper in order to disable the RS232 reset circuit.
JP46
Selects the mode of the reset button SW6.
JP47
A voltage supply monitor allows monitoring of 1V8 or 2V5 power supply.
JP48
Open this jumper if no external Reset shall be generated.
In this case only the internal reset is active (e.g.: power-on).
Jumper
Setting
JP33
(UART RESET)
1-2
X5 (UART0) is used to generate Reset
2-3
X9 (UART2) is used to generate Reset
JP41
(DTR / DTRx)
1-2
No polarity inversion for the DTR/RTS signal
2-3
Polarity inversion for the DTR/RTS signal
JP46
(Reset imm./delayed)
1-2
Reset is applied immediately when SW6 is pressed
2-3
Reset is applied when SW6 is pressed > 2sec
JP47
(Monitor 1V8 / 2V5)
1-2
The voltage supply monitor observes 1V8
2-3
The voltage supply monitor observes 2V5
JP48
(RST MCU)
Closed
Open
Description
External reset generation is active
No external reset generation
Table 3-5: Reset Connection
By default, the external reset is enabled and set to immediate reset while the reset by UART
is disabled.
Note:
While a reset signal is asserted the red Reset-LED LD13 is lit.
During normal operation, this LED should be off!
If JP41 (DTR/DTRx) is set, the UART RESET jumper (JP33) and the according DTR/RTS
(JP23 and JP38) jumper have to be set, too.
If the reset LED is steadily on, check the power supply input voltage and the settings for the
reset-generation by UART.
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3.7
User Buttons SW1, SW2, SW3, SW4, SW5, SW6 (JP: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)
Five user push buttons (SW1-SW5) can be connected to the microcontroller.
JP3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Each push button can be connected separately.
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP3
(SW1)
Closed
Pin 139 (INT0/NMI) of the MCU is connected to “SW1”
JP4
(SW2)
Closed
JP5
(SW3)
Closed
JP6
(SW4)
Closed
JP7
(SW5)
Closed
Open
Open
Open
Open
Open
No connection to the microcontroller
Pin 19 (FRCK0) of the MCU is connected to “SW2”
No connection to the microcontroller
Pin 22 (TIN1) of the MCU is connected to “SW3”
No connection to the microcontroller
Pin 20 (IN0/TTG4/0) of the MCU is connected to “SW4”
No connection to the microcontroller
Pin 21 (IN1/TTG5/1) of the MCU is connected to “SW5”
No connection to the microcontroller
Table 3-6: User Push Buttons
Default: JP3, 4, 5, 6, 7 closed
By default, all push-buttons are connected to the microcontroller.
3.8
I2C pull-up resistor (JP: 9, 10)
Two 10k pull-up resistors can be connected to the I2C signal line.
JP9, 10
10k pull-up resistors can be connected to SDA0 and SCL0
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP9
(SDA0)
Closed
A 10k pull-up resistor is connected to SDA0
JP10
(SCL0)
Closed
Open
Open
No pull-up resistor is connected to SDA0
A 10k pull-up resistor is connected to SCL0
No pull-up resistor is connected to SCL0
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3.9
LIN / UART
There are two identical circuit blocks for LIN or RS232 connections. Each of the two D-Sub
connectors can be configured as LIN or RS232 interface. DTS or RTS can be selected as
reset source, and RTS and CTS can be connected by a jumper, since some terminals and
Flash programming tools need this connection. Pin 1 (Vs) of X5 and X9 can be connected to
the voltage input of the board by jumpers in order to supply the LIN bus.
3.9.1 LIN-UART 0 (JP: 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 31)
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP21
(RXD)
1-2
SIN0 is connected to RS232 transceiver
2-3
SIN0 is connected to LIN transceiver
JP25
(TXD)
1-2
SOT0 is connected to RS232 transceiver
2-3
SOT0 is connected to LIN transceiver
JP27
(RS232/LIN)
1-2
X5 pin 2 is connected to RS232 transceiver
2-3
X5 pin 2 is connected to LIN transceiver
JP19
(RTS-CTS)
Closed
JP23
(DTR/RTS)
1-2
DTR signal (pin 6 of X5) is used as reset source
2-3
RTS signal (pin 7 of X5) is used as reset source
JP29
(LIN enable)
Closed
LIN transceiver is enabled
Open
LIN transceiver is disabled
JP31
(LIN master)
Closed
LIN-UART0 is LIN Master
Open
LIN-UART0 is LIN Slave
JP28
(LIN Vbat)
Closed
Open
Open
RTS and CTS of X5 are connected
RTS and CTS of X5 are not connected
LIN bus (X5 pin 1) is powered by the board
LIN bus (X5 pin 1) is not powered by the board
Table 3-7: UART0 Settings
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3.9.2 LIN-UART 2 (JP: 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 45)
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP37
(RXD)
1-2
SIN2 is connected to RS232 transceiver
2-3
SIN2 is connected to LIN transceiver
JP39
(TXD)
1-2
SOT2 is connected to RS232 transceiver
2-3
SOT2 is connected to LIN transceiver
JP40
(RS232/LIN)
1-2
X9 pin 2 is connected to RS232 transceiver
2-3
X9 pin 2 is connected to LIN transceiver
JP36
(RTS-CTS)
Closed
JP38
(DTR/RTS)
1-2
DTR signal (pin 6 of X9) is used as reset source
2-3
RTS signal (pin 7 of X9) is used as reset source
JP43
(LIN enable)
Closed
LIN transceiver for X5 is enabled
Open
LIN transceiver for X5 is disabled
JP45
(LIN master)
Closed
LIN-UART2 is LIN Master
Open
LIN-UART2 is LIN Slave
JP42
(LIN Vbat)
Closed
Open
Open
RTS and CTS of X9 are connected
RTS and CTS of X9 are not connected
LIN bus (X9 pin 1) is powered by the board
LIN bus (X9 pin 1) is not powered by the board
Table 3-8: UART2 Settings
3.10 CAN interfaces (JP: 24, 26, 34, 35)
Two high-speed CAN-transceivers can be connected to the microcontroller’s CAN interfaces
(CAN0 and CAN1).
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP24
(CAN0 RX)
Closed
RX0 is connected to CAN0 (X6)
JP26
(CAN0 TX)
Closed
TX0 is connected to CAN0 (X6)
JP34
(CAN1 RX)
Closed
RX1 is connected to CAN1 (X8)
JP35
(CAN1 TX)
Closed
TX1 is connected to CAN1 (X8)
Table 3-9: CAN Settings
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3.11 External Flash memory (JP: 49, 52, 56)
The SK-96370-144PMC-GDC is equipped with an additional 8 MByte Flash memory
connected to the external bus interface.
JP49
Selects Flash data width (16 bit / 8 bit)
JP52
Selects between address A0 or data D15 based on the Flash data width
JP56
Signal sharing of A22 and CS2 for FLASH and GDC
3
4
2
Jumper
Setting
JP49
1-2
16 bit data width
(8 / 16 bit)
2-3
8 bit data width
JP52
1-2
AD15 is connected (16 bit data width)
(8 / 16 bit)
2-3
A0 is connected (8 bit data width)
2-4
Address line A22 is connected to the FLASH
1-2
3-4
CS2 is connected to the connector (see jumper JP57), too
Address A22 of FLASH is connected to GND
JP56
(GDC/FLASH)
Description
Table 3-10: External Flash Configuration
3.12 External SRAM memory (JP: 50, 53, 59)
The SK-96370-144PMC-GDC is equipped with an additional 2 MByte SRAM memory
connected to the external bus interface.
JP50
Selects SRAM data width (16 bit / 8 bit)
JP53
Selects between address A0 or data D15 based on the Flash data width
JP59
Enables or disables the SRAM
Jumper
Setting
Description
JP50
1-2
16 bit data width
(8 / 16 bit)
2-3
8 bit data width
JP53
1-2
AD15 is connected (16 bit data width)
(8 / 16 bit)
2-3
A0 is connected (8 bit data width)
JP59
1-2
Connect CS3 to the SRAM
(SRAM)
2-3
Disables the SRAM
Table 3-11: Flash Configuration Jumpers
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3.13 Graphic Display Controller interface (JP: 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 85, 86)
The SK-96370-144PMC-GDC provides the external bus interface on the two connectors
X10 and X11 in order to support Graphic Display Controller sub-boards,
e.g.: CREMSON-STARTERKITLIME.
Take care of proper jumper settings, in case those external sub-boards will be connected.
Some signals, like A22, CS2 and CS3, are shared with the on-board FLASH and SRAM
memory (see also chapter 3.11 and 3.12).
JP54
Address line A24 is not supported by the microcontroller
JP55
Address line A25 is not supported by the microcontroller
JP56
Signal sharing of A22 and CS2 for FLASH and GDC
JP57
Chip selection for external sub board
JP58
1.8V power supply
JP60
Mains power supply
3
4
2
JP70, 71 The port P08_0 may be used e.g. to generate manual reset on the sub board.
Jumper
Setting
JP54
Open
(A24)
Closed
JP55
Open
(A25)
Closed
Description
Address line A24 is floating
Address line A24 is connected to GND
Address line A25 is floating
Address line A25 is connected to GND
2-4
Address line A22 is connected to the FLASH
(GDC/FLASH)
1-2
3-4
CS2 is connected to the connector (see jumper JP57), too
Address A22 of FLASH is connected to GND
JP57
1-2
Connect CS3 to the connector
(CS2/CS3)
2-3
Connect CS2 to the connector
JP58
Open
(1V8)
Closed
JP60
Open
(Mains)
Closed
JP70
Open
(GLRST)
Closed
JP71
Open
(FLRST)
Closed
JP56
1.8V is not supplied to connector X11B
1.8V is supplied to connector X11B
Mains is not connected to connector X11B
Mains is connected to X11B
P08_0 is not connected to X11A_11A
P08_0 is connected to X11A_11A
P08_0 is not connected to X11A_12A
P08_0 is connected to X11A_12A
Table 3-12: Graphic Display Controller interface
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4 Connectors
4.1
Power connector (X7)
The following figure shows the power connection jack X7. This connector is used to connect
an external unregulated DC power supply voltage (9V-15V DC) to the evaluation board.
Shield is connected to GND (-)
+
Center is connected to positive voltage supply (+)
Connector X7:
Figure 4-1: Power Connector
4.2
MCU pin header connectors (X20A, X20B, X21, X22 and X23)
All pins (except oscillator and supply pins) of the microcontroller are directly connected to pin
headers. Pin 1 of the MCU corresponds to Pin 1 of the connector. Pin 2 of the MCU
corresponds to Pin 2 of the connector, and so on.
4.3
LIN-UART connectors (X5, X9)
Two 9-pin D-Sub female connectors are used for the serial interfaces. Note that X5 and X9
are shared between the RS232- and LIN transceivers and must be configured to the desired
functionality (refer to chapter 3.9 for details).
Figure 4-2: UART Connector
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Shield
Pin Signal
+VBat
TXD
LIN
RXD
DTR
GND
DSR
RTS
CTS
LGND
GND
Description
Power from / to LIN bus
RS-232 transmit output
Bi-directional LIN-interface bus
RS-232 receive input
Connected to DSR (pin 6)
Ground normally used for RS232 connection
Connected to DTR (pin 4)
Can be connected with CTS by jumper
Can be connected with RTS by jumper
Ground normally used for LIN connection
Ground
Table 4-1: UART Connector Signals
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4.4
CAN Connector (X6, X8)
Two 9-pin D-Sub male connectors are used for the CAN interfaces CAN0 and CAN1. Both
CAN interfaces can be used simultaneously.
Figure 4-3: CAN Connector
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Shield
Pin Signal
NC
CANL
GND
NC
NC
NC
CANH
NC
NC
GND
Description
Not used
LOW-level CAN voltage input/output
Ground
Not used
Not used
Not used
HIGH-level CAN voltage input/output
Not used
Not used
Ground
Table 4-2: CAN Connector Signals
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4.5
USER-LEDs & optional LC-Display (J1)
Eight LEDs are supplied for user applications. In order to disconnect the LEDs from the
related microcontroller port (Port P09), the resistor network RN1 can be removed.
Instead of the user-LEDs, an alphanumeric LC-Display (optional) can be connected to J1.
The potentiometer RP1 can be used to adjust the contrast of the LC-Display. Pin 15 and 16
of J1 are normally not mounted. If the used LC-Display has pins for LED backlight at this
position, they can be connected here (Pin15: Vcc via 39S/0.5W, Pin16: GND).
The contrast of an optional LC-Display connected to J1 can be adjusted by RP1.
The following control signals are provided:
Figure 4-4: User LEDs/LCD
*1
15
LCD
16
1
2
LCD
GND GND VCC
LED
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
V0
RS
R/W
E
-
-
-
-
11
12
13
14*
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
LED
-
-
-
-
-
LD1
LD2
LD3
LD4
-
-
-
LD5
LD6
LD7
LD8
Port
-
-
-
-
-
09_0
09_1
09_2
09_3
-
-
-
09_4
09_5
09_6
09_7
Table 4-3: User LEDs/LCD
*1
Pin 15: Vcc via 39S/0.5W for LCD backlight
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4.6
In-Circuit-Programming Connector (X4)
There is a flash-programming socket on the starter-kit, which makes it possible to program
the flash MCU with a special programming adapter. Mode pin MD0 and reset signal are also
available at this connector.
Figure 4-5: In-circuit programming connector
Pin Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Pin Signal
NC
NC
MD0
NC
RSTX
SIN3
SOT3
SCK3
VCC
GND
Description
Not used
Not used
MCU mode pin MD0
Not used
MCU reset signal
UART2 receive data
UART2 transmit data
UART2 clock
Board supply voltage
Ground
Table 4-4: In-circuit programming connector
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4.7
Alarm Comparator Connector (J2)
On the Connector J2 the adjusted analog voltage of potentiometer RP2 can be measured.
This voltage is used for the alarm comparator ALARM0 or analogue input AN8 on pin 28.
4.8
External Supply Voltage Vin (J3)
This connector is connected to the external supply voltage (Vin).
4.9
Vcc 5 Volts (J4)
On this connector the VCC5V supply can be measured.
4.10 Vcc 3.3 Volts (J5)
On this connector the VCC3V3 supply can be measured.
4.11 Vcc 2.5 Volts (J9)
On this connector the VCC2V5 supply can be measured.
4.12 Vcc 1.8 Volts (J10)
On this connector the VCC1V8 supply can be measured.
4.13 LIN Bus Inhibit (J6)
To this connector the INH pin of the LIN0 transceiver is connected.
4.14 LIN Bus Inhibit (J11)
To this connector the INH pin of the LIN1 transceiver is connected.
4.15 VCC Connector (J7)
On this connector the VCC supply (see chapter 3.2) can be measured.
4.16 GND Connector (J8)
Ground reference terminal GND.
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5 Programming the internal Flash memory
All Flash devices have an internal bootloader for asynchronous- as well as for synchronousFlash-programming:
<
Asynchronous serial Flash programming via X5 or X9 (UART0 or UART2)
<
Synchronous serial Flash programming via X4 (UART3)
5.1
Asynchronous Mode
This chapter describes the serial asynchronous programming of the internal Flash memory
using ‘Flash Memory Programmer 16FX’ in automatic mode.
For serial asynchronous programming SUB-D9 connectors X5 or X9, which are connected to
UART0 and UART2 respectively, can be used on the starter kit.
The following jumper settings are necessary:
5.1.1
Uart0
Jumper
Programming
UART
Setting
JP21
(SIN0)
UART0
1-2
SIN0 is connected to RxD of X5
JP25
(SOT0)
UART0
1-2
SOT0 is connected to TxD of X5
JP27
(RS232/LIN)
UART0
1-2
RS232 transceiver is selected for X5
JP28
(Vbat)
UART0
Open
Description
X5-1 is disconnected from the power supply
Table 5-1: Jumper Settings for Programming via UART 0 (X5)
5.1.2
Uart2
Jumper
Programming
UART
Setting
JP37
(SIN2)
UART2
1-2
SIN2 is connected to RxD of X9
JP39
(SOT2)
UART2
1-2
SOT2 is connected to TxD of X9
JP40
(RS232/LIN)
UART2
1-2
RS232 transceiver is selected for X9
JP42
(Vbat)
UART2
Open
Description
X9-1 is disconnected from the power supply
Table 5-2: Jumper Settings for Programming via UART 2 (X9)
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5.1.3
Reset (optional)
Depending on the programming software a reset signal might be generated by RTS or DTR
line. In order to use this optional feature additional jumper have to be set:
Jumper
Programming
UART
JP23
Setting
UART0
(DTR/RTS)
JP38
UART2
(DTR/RTS)
JP33
UART0 or
UART2
(RESET A/B)
JP41
UART0 or
UART2
(DTR / DTRx)
Description
1-2
DTR signal of X5 is used as reset source
2-3
RTS signal of X5 is used as reset source
1-2
DTR signal of X9 is used as reset source
2-3
RTS signal of X9 is used as reset source
1-2
LIN-UART 0 (X5) is used to generate reset
2-3
LIN-UART 2 (X9) is used to generate reset
1-2
No negation for the DTR/RTS signal
2-3
DTR/RTS signal is negated
Table 5-3: Jumper Settings for reset signal
5.1.4 Flash Programming
1) Configure the microcontroller mode:
MD0 MD1 MD2 nc
ON
DIP-Switch S1
OFF
(Programming Mode)
1
2
3
4
2) Connect the configured UART (see above) to your serial PC communication port.
A straight 1:1 cable connection has to be used.
3) Start the tool “Fujitsu Flash MCU Programmer” software and make the settings:
Set Device Type
Select Crystal
Select COM Port
MB96F379R/Y
4 MHz
Open Source
Application.MHX
(MHX-File)
Start
programming
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4) After programming the Flash-device, switch off the power supply and set back the
mode according to the usage of the application, e.g.:
MD0 MD1 MD2 nc
DIP-Switch S1
ON
OFF
(RUN Mode)
1
2
3
4
5) Power on the board. The user application is started directly.
5.2
Synchronous Mode
In order to program the Flash-ROM synchronously special third-party soft- and hardware has
to be used, e.g. GALEP-4 from www.conitec.de. This tool is not available for free.
A dedicated Flash programming socket (X4) is provided on the evaluation-board for direct
connection to this programmer.
X4: Flash programming socket
n/c 1
2 n/c
MD0 3
4 n/c
RST 5
6 SIN3
SOT3 7
8 SCK3
VCC 9
10 GND
Figure 5-1: Flash Programming Socket
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6 Appendix
6.1
Related Products
<
SK-96370-144PMC-GDC
Evaluation board for the MB96F37xxxPMC MCU
in FPT-144P-M08 (LQFP-144) package
including external memory and GDC connector
<
SK-96370-144PMC
Evaluation board for the MB96F37xxxPMC MCU
in FPT-144P-M08 (LQFP-144) package
<
MB2198-01
Emulator debugger main unit
<
MB2198-500
Emulation Pod
<
NQPACK144SD-ND
Socket for package FPT-144P-M08 (LQFP-144)
(Tokyo Eletech Corp. www.tetc.co.jp/e_tet.htm)
<
HQPACK144SD
Socket header for package FPT-144P-M08 (LQFP-144)
(Tokyo Eletech Corp. www.tetc.co.jp/e_tet.htm)
<
MB2198-507-E
Emulator probe cable for MB96F37x MCU
<
MB96300 Series
<
MB96V300
MB96300 Series Evaluation chip
<
MB96F37xRS
Flash MCU (Single Clock)
<
MB96F37xRW
Flash MCU (Dual Clock)
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7 Information in the WWW
Information about FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS Products
can be found on the following Internet pages:
Microcontrollers (8-, 16- and 32bit), Graphics Controllers
Datasheets and Hardware Manuals, Support Tools (Hard- and Software)
http://mcu.emea.fujitsu.com/
Power Management Products
http://www.fujitsu.com/emea/services/microelectronics/powerman/
Media Products: SAW filters, acoustic resonators and VCOs
http://www.fujitsu.com/emea/services/microelectronics/saw/
For more information about FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS
http://www.fujitsu.com/emea/services/microelectronics/
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Chapter 8 China-RoHS regulation
8 China-RoHS regulation
Evaluation Board
Emulation Board
SJ/T11364-2006
The following product pollution control information is provided according to SJ/T11364-2006
Marking for Control of Pollution caused by Electronic Information Products.
1
Explanation of Pollution Control Label
SJ/T11363-2006
This symbol to be added to all EIO sold to China, indicates the product contains hazardous
materials in excess of the limits established by the Chinese standard SJ/T11363-2006
Requirements for Concentration Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in Electronic
Information Products. The number in the symbol is the Environment-friendly Use Period
(EFUP), which indicates the period, starting from the manufacturing date, during which the
toxic or hazardous substances or elements contained in electronic information products will
not leak or mutate under normal operating conditions so that the use of such electronic
information products will not result in any severe environmental pollution, any bodily injury or
damage to any assets, the unit of the period is “Year”.
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Chapter 8 China-RoHS regulation
In order to maintain the declared EFUP, the product shall be operated normally according to
the instructions and environmental conditions as defined in the product manual, and periodic
maintenance schedules specified in Product Maintenance Procedures shall be followed
strictly.
Consumables or certain parts may have their own label with an EFUP value less than the
product. Periodic replacement of those consumables or parts to maintain the declared EFUP
shall be done in accordance with the Product Maintenance Procedures.
This product must not be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste, and must be collected
separately and handled properly after decommissioning.
Please note: The designation of 10 years EFUP is not to be equated with the durability, useduration or any warranty-claims of the product.
Table of hazardous substances name and concentration
Hazardous substances name
Component Name
SK-96370-144PMC-GDC
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
(Cr(VI))
(PBB)
(PBDE)
x
o
o
o
o
o
O:
SJ/T11363-2006
X:
SJ/T11363-2006
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•
O: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous
materials for this part is below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
X: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the
homogeneous materials used for this part is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
•
Data listed in the table represents best information available at the time of publication
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Chapter 9 Recycling
9 Recycling
Gültig für EU-Länder:
Gemäß der Europäischen WEEE-Richtlinie und deren Umsetzung in landesspezifische
Gesetze nehmen wir dieses Gerät wieder zurück.
Zur Entsorgung schicken Sie das Gerät bitte an die folgende Adresse:
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH
Warehouse/Disposal
Monzastraße 4a
63225 Langen
Valid for European Union Countries:
According to the European WEEE-Directive and its implementation into national laws we
take this device back.
For disposal please send the device to the following address:
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH
Warehouse/Disposal
Monzastraße 4a
63225 Langen
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