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User Manual
User Manual: BB-RX62N-H
BlueBoard-RX62N-H
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About NGX Technologies
NGX Technologies is a leader in embedded microcontroller product development. We supply reference
designs and evaluation modules to silicon companies. Our customers include industry leaders like NXP
and RENESAS. Our core business is in helping our customers realize their embedded products.
Contact Information:
NGX Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
No.216, 5th main Road, R.P.C. Layout,
Vijayanagar 2nd Stage,
Bangalore – 560 104
Phone : +91-80-40925507
email:[email protected]
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Table of Contents
1.0 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................. 4
2.0 BB-RX62N- H BOARD Development Tool Setup .............................................................................. 5
2.1 IDE and debugger .............................................................................................................................. 5
2.2 Installation & Configuration of CUBESUITE+ software ................................................................. 5
2.3 Configuration of E1 Emulator ......................................................................................................... 11
3.0 BB-RX62N- H BOARD Programming ............................................................................................... 13
3.1 Programming options ...................................................................................................................... 13
3.1.1 USB bootloader ............................................................................................................................ 13
3.1.2 Flashing the board using USB ...................................................................................................... 14
3.1.2.1 Menu Explanation ..................................................................................................................... 15
3.1.2.2 Transferring a file in Hyperterminal via XModem Protocol ..................................................... 15
3.2 Programming the board using Emulator ......................................................................................... 18
4.0 BB-RX62N- H BOARD Software Development ................................................................................ 19
4.1 Executing the sample projects ......................................................................................................... 19
4.2 Creating sample blinky project in CubeSuite+................................................................................ 20
4.3 Creating Bin File ............................................................................................................................. 24
4.4 Creating a Bootloader Compliant Application ................................................................................ 25
5.0 Schematic & Board Layout ................................................................................................................. 26
5.1 Schematic ........................................................................................................................................ 26
5.2 Board layout .................................................................................................................................... 26
6.0 CHANGE HISTORY .......................................................................................................................... 27
6.1 Change History ................................................................................................................................ 27
7.0 REFERENCES .................................................................................................................................... 27
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
This document is the User Manual for BB-RX62N-H; a cost effective evaluation platform for
RENESAS’s RX62N MCUs. This document reflects its contents which include system setup,
debugging, and software components. This document provides detailed information on the overall
design and usage of the board from a systems perspective.
Before proceeding further please refer the quick start guide for BB-RX62N-H features and hardware
verification.
For BB-RX62N-H quick start guide: Click here.
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2.0 BB-RX62N- H BOARD Development Tool Setup
2.1 IDE and debugger
The following sections will explain the setup for CUBESUITE+ and E1 EMULATOR as the IDE and
debugger respectively.
Other tool options that could be considered are:
 E1 Emulator and High Performance Embedded Workshop
2.2 Installation & Configuration of CUBESUITE+ software
The Installation of CubeSuite+ software is explained below:
Note: We have used CubeSuite+ version V1.02.00 while creating the User manual for this evaluation
kit. Please ensure that you are using CubeSuite+ version V1.02.00 or above.
Step 1: Open the CubeSuite+ setup
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Step 2: Click on Run
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Step 3: Click on Begin CubeSuite+ Setup
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Step 4: Click on Next
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Step 5: Accept the end user license agreement and click Next
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Step 6: Click Next
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Step 7: Click Next
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Step 8: Click Next
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Step 9: Wait to complete the installation of all the required drivers
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Step 10: Click Next
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Step 11: Click on Finish to complete the installation
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2.3 Configuration of E1 Emulator
Connecting E1 Emulator to the target board is as shown in the below image
Fig.13
The configuration flow of E1 Emulator is explained below:
Step 1: Open the CubeSuite+ Workspace then right click on the Debug Tool option, click on Using
Debug Tool, select RX E1(JTAG) as shown in below image.
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Step 2: Right click on Debug Tool option, click on property and set the property value as shown in
below image
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Note: Target Board can be powered through Emulator or USB. When you powered the board through
Emulator make sure that the USB is not connected. When you powered the board through USB select
the Power target from emulator property value as No.
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3.0 BB-RX62N- H BOARD Programming
3.1 Programming options
BB-RX62N- H BOARD can be programmed using the
 USB bootloader
 Emulator (E1 Emulator) with CubeSuite+
 E1 Emulator with Renesas Flash Programmer
For programming using E1 Emulator with Renesas Flash Programmer, refer
Renesas Flash Programmer user manual
3.1.1 USB bootloader
The Bootloader enables the user to manage the erasing & programming of the RX62N FLASH memory,
and the execution of any downloaded application.
This is achieved by a basic 5 option menu that can be viewed in a terminal emulator program, such as
HyperTerminal.
The USB Function peripheral is used and is configured as CDC Class, thus making the USB Function
peripheral appear as a COM port on a PC.
**Please note that you will have to provide the CDC inf file for the PC, the first time the application is
run.**
** This is provided in the source code at the following location
.. \USB_Bootloader\USB_Bootloader\Host\Driver\ **
The basic operation of the Bootloader is detailed by the flow diagram in below figure.
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3.1.2 Flashing the board using USB
First load the Bootloader program using Emulator, Set the Boot mode select switch (J3) to 1100, If a
USB cable is connected to the RSK within 5 seconds of Power-On, the RX62N will enumerate with the
PC, configure the USB Function peripheral as a CDC Class device and then wait for a character to be
received on the USB Com port.
Open the hyper terminal as shown in the below image.
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A ‘Connect To’ window opens where you have to select the COM port. In this example it is COM27.
Click OK. A ‘COM27 Properties’ window appears. Set the values as shown below. Click OK.
Note: Please check for your machines COM port number. The COM port number can be different.
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Hyper Terminal window opens, press any key to display boot menu, when this is received it will display
the menu as shown in below figure.
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3.1.2.1 Menu Explanation
1. . . . . Blank Check User Area
Reports back the status of the User Area
2 . . . . . Erase User Area
Erases the entire User Area
3. . . . . Erase User Block
Allows the User to erase a specific block
4. . . . . Program Flash via XModem Download
Transfer the binary image file of the User Application to the RX62N and program the FLASH memory.
5. . . . . Start User Program
Allows the User to start execution of the User Application, if code is detected in the User Area
3.1.2.2 Transferring a file in Hyperterminal via XModem Protocol
For Bootloader menu options 1, 2, 3 & 5, the User only need to enter data via the keyboard responses.
Bootloader menu option 4 requires data from the keyboard and then for data to be transmitted via the
XModem protocol.
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When using Hyperterminal, this is achieved by the Transfer menu option.
Fig. 21
When Option 4 is entered, the User will be prompted to enter the address to program code to, followed
by a prompt to confirm the programming process.
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When “Start XModem Download…” is displayed, select “Send File” from the “Transfer” menu option
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From the “Send File” dialogue, select “XModem” from the “Protocol” list box and then “Browse” to the
required file.
Note that this file has to be a binary file. Please see section 4.3 and 4.4 for details.
After pressing “Send” the progress dialogue is displayed.
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When complete, the Bootloader will report back the status of the FLASH programming process.
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Press any key on the Keyboard to display the Bootloader menu.
It is now possible to execute the new code using option 5.
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3.2 Programming the board using Emulator
Note: To programming the board using E1 Emulator, set the Boot Mode Selection Switch (J3) to
“0000”.
Step 1: Build the workspace as shown in below image
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Step 2: After configuring the Emulator (E1 Emulator) connect the Debug tool(E1 Emulator) to the
workspace as shown in below image.
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Step 3: After success of the connection, click on Download to download the code into target board as
shown in the below image. To run the code press F5.
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4.0 BB-RX62N- H BOARD Software Development
4.1 Executing the sample projects
The sample projects are provided with the available kit.
Steps to execute the sample projects:
1. Open the project folder.
2. Then open the file project_name.mtpj eg NGX_RX62N_100pin_blinky.mtpj.
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3. This launches the IDE
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4. To build and download the code using E1 emulator follow the steps in section 3.2
4.2 Creating sample blinky project in CubeSuite+
Follow the below steps, for creating blinky project:
Step 1: Open the CubeSuite+ IDE.
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Step 2: Click on to the Project tab – Create New project.
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Step 3: Select the controller and fill all the fields then click on Create to create new project.
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Step 4: The following window opens, double click on RX62N_LED_Blinky.c file then write the blinky
code. For blinky code refer BB-RX62N_100pin_blinky sample program.
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Step 5: After writing the code save the code as shown in the below image
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Step 6: To select the debug tool right click on Debug Tool option and select RX E1(JTAG) as shown in
the below image
Fig. 36
Step 7: Right click on Debug Tool go to Property and select the property value as shown in the below
image
Fig. 37
Note: Target Board can be powered through Emulator or USB. When you powered the board through
Emulator make sure that the USB is not connected. When you powered the board through USB select
the Power target from emulator property value as No.
Step 8: To build and download, follow the steps in section 3.2.
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4.3 Creating Bin File
For creating bin file follow the below steps:
Step 1: Right click on Build Tool option, click on property as shown in below image.
Fig. 38
Step 2: Click on Link options and select the Load module file convert format as “Binary data file”
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4.4 Creating a Bootloader Compliant Application
The Bootloader application allows a user to easily program a User Application into the RX62N.
However, this User Application has to be developed with the following constraints.
a) Reduced Code Space
b) Interrupt handling of the fixed vector table
The Bootloader expects the User Application to provide ISR handlers for the
Privileged Instruction Exception,
Undefined Instruction Exception,
Floating Point Exception,
NMI Exception,
at specific addresses.
If not, then these Exceptions will not be handled correctly, causing the User Application to fail.
c) The output of the project has to be a binary file (.bin), not an absolute file (.abs)
The project TestCode supplied with the source code download shows how to create a Bootloader
compliant application.
The Reduced Code Space is handled by the linker settings.
As the Bootloader uses FLASH blocks, the first available address for the User App is H’FFF88000.
It is at this address that the Bootloader expects the Fixed Vector Table to be located.
This can be seen in the Link Options Section dialogue, at address 0xFFF88000 FIXEDVECT.
Right click on Build Tool and select Property, click on Link Options then modify the FIXEDVECT
address as shown in below image.
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5.0 Schematic & Board Layout
5.1 Schematic
This manual will be periodically updated, but for the latest documentations please check our website for
the latest documents. The Board schematic and sample code are available after the product has been
registered on our website.
5.2 Board layout
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6.0 CHANGE HISTORY
6.1 Change History
Rev
1.0
Changes
Date (dd/mm/yy)
Initial release of the manual 28/05/2012
By
Veeresh Tumbaragi
7.0 REFERENCES
In addition to this document, the following references are included on the NGX BB-RX62N- H BOARD
product and can also be downloaded from www.ngxtechnologies.com:

NGX BB-RX62N- H BOARD schematic for the Development board.
Additional references include:
 Information on development tool being used:
- CubeSuite+, http://sg.renesas.com/products/tools/ide/ide_cubesuite_plus/
About this document:
Revision History
Version: V1.0 author: Veeresh Tumbaragi
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