IE-703102-MC In-circuit Emulator UM

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User’s Manual
IE-703102-MC
In-circuit Emulator
Target device
V850E/MS1TM
Document No. U13875EJ1V0UM00 (1st edition)
Date Published December 1998 N CP(K)
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INTRODUCTION
Readers
This manual is intended for users who design and develop application systems
using V850E/MS1
Purpose
TM
products.
Debugging can be performed efficiently with this emulator (IE-703102-MC) connected to
a dedicated optional board when designing and developing application systems using
V850E/MS1 products. The purpose of this manual is to describe the proper operation of
the IE-703102-MC and its basic specifications.
Organization
This manual is broadly divided into the following parts.
•
Overview
•
Names and functions of parts
•
Connections of parts
How to Read This Manual It is assumed that the reader of this manual has general knowledge in the fields of
electrical engineering, logic circuits, and microcontrollers.
To learn about the basic specifications and operation
→Read this manual in the order listed in CONTENTS.
To learn the operation methods, command functions, etc., of the IE-703102-MC
→Read the user’s manual of the debugger (optional) that is used.
Conventions
Note:
Footnote for item marked with Note in the text
Caution:
Information requiring particular attention
Supplementary information
Numeral representation: Binary … ×××× or ××××B
Remark:
Decimal ... ××××
Hexadecimal ... ××××H
Prefixes representing the powers of 2 (address space, memory capacity):
Terminology
10
K (kilo):
2 = 1024
M (mega):
2 = 1024
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2
The meanings of terms used in this manual listed below.
Target device
Device that is emulated.
Target system
The system (user-built system) to be debugged.
configured by the user.
Evaluation chip
Device that performs emulation of the target device in the IE-703102-MC.
This includes the target program and hardware
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The related documents indicated in this publication may include preliminary versions.
Related Documents
However, preliminary versions are not marked as such.
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Documents related to V850E/MS1
Document Name
Document Number
V850E/MS1 User’s Manual − Hardware
U12688E
V850E/MS1 User's Manual − Architecture
U12197E
µPD703100-40, 703101-33, 703102-33 Data Sheet
To be prepared
µPD703100-A40, 703101-A33, 703102-A33 Data Sheet
To be prepared
µPD70F3102-33 Data Sheet
U13844E
µPD70F3102-A33 Data Sheet
U13845E
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Documents related to development tools (User’s Manuals)
Product Name
Document Number
IE-703102-MC (In-circuit emulator)
This manual
IE-703102-MC-EM1, IE-703102-MC-EM1-A (In-circuit emulator optional board)
CA850 (C compiler package)
TM
Operation UNIX based
TM
U12839E
Operation Windows based
U12827E
C language
U12840E
Assembly language
U10543E
ID850 (Integrated debugger)
Operation Windows-based
U13716E
RX850 (Real-time OS)
Basics
U13430E
Technical
U13431E
Installation
U13410E
Fundamental
Under preparation
Technical
U13772E
Installation
U13774E
RX850 Pro (Real-time OS)
Note
RD850 (Task debugger)
U11158E
RD850 (Ver. 3.0) (Task debugger)
U13737E
AZ850 (System performance analyzer) Operation
U11181E
Note Supports ID850 (Ver. 1.31 only).
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U13876E
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................... 9
1.1 Hardware Configuration........................................................................................................ 10
1.2 Features.................................................................................................................................. 11
1.3 Function Specifications ........................................................................................................ 12
1.4 Hardware Configuration........................................................................................................ 13
1.5 System Configuration ........................................................................................................... 14
1.6 Contents in Carton ................................................................................................................ 15
1.7 Setup....................................................................................................................................... 17
1.7.1 When using the IE-703102-MC on a stand-alone basis for performing software debugging ...... 17
1.7.2 When performing hardware debugging with target system ......................................................... 18
CHAPTER 2 PART NAMES AND FUNCTION .............................................................................. 19
2.1 Names and Functions ........................................................................................................... 20
2.1.1 Names and functions of main unit............................................................................................... 20
2.2 Names and Functions of Pod Part ....................................................................................... 21
CHAPTER 3 CONNECTION OF COMPONENTS .......................................................................... 23
3.1 Connection to Personal Computer ...................................................................................... 23
3.1.1 Overview of connection............................................................................................................... 23
3.1.2 Connection procedure................................................................................................................. 23
3.1.3 Personal computer setting .......................................................................................................... 28
3.1.4 Connection of PC interface cable................................................................................................ 29
3.2 Connection to Target System .............................................................................................. 30
3.3 Cable Connections ................................................................................................................ 32
3.3.1 Connection of power adaptor ...................................................................................................... 32
3.3.2 PC interface cable connection .................................................................................................... 32
3.3.3 External logic probe connection .................................................................................................. 33
3.3.4 Additional information.................................................................................................................. 33
3.4 System Power-on and Power-off ......................................................................................... 35
3.4.1 Power-on procedure.................................................................................................................... 35
3.4.2 Power-off procedure.................................................................................................................... 35
APPENDIX DIMENSIONS.................................................................................................................. 37
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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure No.
Title
Page
1-1.
Basic Hardware Configuration...........................................................................................................................13
1-2.
System Configuration ........................................................................................................................................14
1-3.
Contents in IE-703102-MC Carton ....................................................................................................................15
1-4.
Accessories .......................................................................................................................................................16
2-1.
IE-703102-MC ...................................................................................................................................................19
2-2.
Main Unit ...........................................................................................................................................................20
2-3.
Pod (Top View)..................................................................................................................................................21
2-4.
Pod (Bottom View).............................................................................................................................................22
3-1.
Setting of DIP Switch 1 (SW1) (IE-70000-98-IF-B)............................................................................................24
3-2.
Setting of DIP Switch 2 (SW2) (IE-70000-98-IF-B)............................................................................................24
3-3.
Setting of DIP Switch 1 (SW1) (IE-70000-98-IF-C) ...........................................................................................25
3-4.
Setting of DIP Switch 2 (SW2) (IE-70000-98-IF-C) ...........................................................................................25
3-5.
Setting of DIP Switch 1 (SW1) (IE-70000-PC-IF-B)...........................................................................................26
3-6.
Setting of DIP Switch 2 (SW2) (IE-70000-PC-IF-B)...........................................................................................26
3-7.
Setting of DIP Switch 1 (SW1) (IE-70000-PC-IF-C) ..........................................................................................27
3-8.
Setting of DIP Switch 2 (SW2) (IE-70000-PC-IF-C) ..........................................................................................27
3-9.
Rear Panel of PC-9800 Series ..........................................................................................................................28
3-10. Insertion of PC Interface Board .........................................................................................................................28
3-11. Connection of Cable to PC Interface Board ......................................................................................................29
3-12. Connection of Connector for Target Connection and Connector for Emulator Connection...............................30
3-13. Pin 1 Direction Marking of Connector (Top View) .............................................................................................30
3-14. Connection of IE-703102-MC to Target System................................................................................................31
3-15. Power Adaptor Connection................................................................................................................................32
3-16. PC Interface Cable Connection .........................................................................................................................32
3-17. External Logic Probe Connection ......................................................................................................................33
3-18. External Logic Probe Connection (Using IC Clip)..............................................................................................34
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CHAPTER 1
OVERVIEW
The IE-703102-MC is an in-circuit emulator that efficiently debugs hardware and software of systems under
development using V850E/MS1 products.
It incorporates functions such as a break/trace function using events, a coverage function for program
performance evaluation, and a timer/counter function.
To perform debugging, the optional board (sold separately) corresponding to the relevant V850E/MS1 product
must be connected.
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.1
Hardware Configuration
In-circuit emulator (IE-703102-MC)
Separately sold hardware
Optional board
The IE-703102-MC can be used as an in-circuit
IE-703102-MC-EM1
emulator of V850E/MS1 product by connecting
IE-703102-MC-EM1-A
these boards.
Extension probe (SC-×××SDA
Note 1
)
General-purpose extension probe. Product of
TOKYO ELETECH CORPORATION.
PC interface board
These boards are used to connect the IE-703102-
IE-70000-××-IF-B
MC to personal computer. These boards are added
IE-70000-××-IF-C
into the expansion slot of a personal computer.
IE-70000-PCI-IF
××: 98 (for PC-9800 series C bus)Note 2
TM
Note 2
PC (for IBM PC/AT compatible ISA bus)
IE-70000-CD-IF-A
IE-70000-PCI-IF : for PCI bus
IE-70000-CD-IF-A : for PCMCIA socket
Network module
This module is used when workstation controls the
(IE-70000-MC-SV3)
IE-703102-MC via Ethernet .
Power adaptor
AC adaptor dedicated to the NEC in-circuit emulator.
TM
(IE-70000-MC-PS-B)
Notes 1. For further information, contact Daimaru Kogyo., Ltd.
Tokyo Electronic Components Division (TEL +81-3-3820-7112)
Osaka Electronic Components Division (TEL +81-6-244-6672)
2. These interface boards cannot be used for the PC98-NX series.
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.2
Features
{ Maximum operation frequency of 40 MHz and operating voltage of 3.3 V (DC) are realized.
{ Extremely lightweight and compact
{ Higher equivalence with target device can be achieved by omitting buffer between signal cables.
{ Following pins can be masked.
RESET, NMI, WAIT, HLDRQ
{ Dimensions and environmental conditions for operation are as follows.
Parameter
Value
Maximum operating frequency
40 MHz
Supply voltage (DC)
5V
Operating voltage (DC)
VDD = 3.3 V, HVDD = 3.3/5.0V
Power dissipation
11 W (operating frequency: 40 MHz)
External dimensions
(Refer to APPENDIX DIMENSIONS)
Note
Height
56 mm
Length
353 mm
Width
90 mm
Weight
500 g
Operating temperature range
0 to 40°C
Storage temperature range
0 to 45°C
Ambient humidity range
10 to 80%RH
Note The power dissipation is 11.4 W when the optional board is connected to the IE-703102-MC.
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.3
Function Specifications
Item
Emulation memory capacity
Execution/Pass detection coverage
memory capacity
Memory access detection coverage
memory capacity
Specification
Internal ROM
512 Kbytes
External memory
2 Mbytes
Internal ROM
512 Kbytes
External memory
External memory
In ROM-less mode
2 Mbytes
When using iROM
1 Mbyte
1 Mbyte
Trace memory capacity
168 bits × 32 Kframes
Time measurement function
Measurement enabled with time tag or
three timers
External logic probe
8-bit external trace possible
Trace/Break event setting possible
Break function
Event break
Step execution break
Forced break
Fail safe break
• Illegal access to peripheral I/O
• Access to guard space
• Write into ROM space
Caution
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Some of the functions may not be supported depending on the debugger used.
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.4
Hardware Configuration
The basic hardware configuration of the IE-703102-MC is as follows.
Figure 1-1. Basic Hardware Configuration
IE-703102-MC
iROM memory board
Main unit
C0
coverage board
POD part
Access
coverage board
Trace memory
Host machine
MM2
MM1 #1
MM3
PC data bus
Evaluation chip
(Emulation CPU)
Emulation memory
CLK
Optional board
I/O chip
OSC
Extension
probe
Target system
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.5
System Configuration
The system configuration when connecting the optional board to the IE-703102-MC, which is then connected to a
personal computer (PC-9800 series or PC/AT compatibles) is illustrated below.
Figure 1-2. System Configuration
<12>
<5>
<13>
<6>
<7>
[Magnified drawing: example of use of
connector for target connection]
<11>
<4>
<2>
<9>
Target
system
<10>
For PC-9800 series
<8>
<3>
<9>
For PC/AT
<10>
<1>
Target system
Remark
<1>
Personal computer (PC-9800 series or PC/AT compatibles)
<2>
Debugger (sold separately)
<3> PC interface board
(IE-70000-98-IF-B/IE-70000-98-IF-C, IE-70000-PC-IF-B/IE-70000-PC-IF-C: sold separately)
<4>
PC interface cable (included)
<5>
IE-703102-MC (in-circuit emulator)
<6>
Optional board (sold separately)
<7>
External logic probe (included)
<8>
Extension probe (SC-×××SD: sold separately)
<9>
Connector for emulator connection (YQPACK×××SD: included)
<10> Connector for target connection (NQPACK×××SD: included)
<11> Power adaptor (IE-70000-MC-PS-B: sold separately)
<12> AC100-V power cable (sold separately: included with IE-70000-MC-PS-B)
<13> AC220-V power cable (sold separately: included with IE-70000-MC-PS-B)
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.6
Contents in Carton
The carton of the IE-703102-MC contains a main unit, guarantee card, packing list, and accessory bag.
Make sure that the accessory bag includes this manual and cables. In case of missing or damaged contents,
please contact an NEC sales representative or an NEC distributor.
Figure 1-3. Contents in IE-703102-MC Carton
<1> IE-703102-MC
<4> Packing list
<3> Guarantee card
<2> Accessory bag
<1> IE-703102-MC × 1
<2> Accessory bag × 1
<3> Guarantee card × 1
<4> Packing list × 1
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
Check that the accessory bag contains this manual, an accessory list, and the following accessories.
(a) PC interface cable × 1
(b) External logic probe × 1
(c) Plastic spacer × 2
(including 2 plastic screws and 2 washers)
(d) Connector for target connection (NQPACK144SD) × 1
(including 3 NQGUIDEs and 1 driver)
(e) CPU mounting cover (HQPACK144SD) × 1
(including 4 fastening screws)
(f) Connector for emulator connection (YQPACK144SD) × 1
(including 4 YQGUIDEs)
(g) Nylon rivet × 4
Figure 1-4. Accessories
(a) PC interface cable
(b) External logic probe
(c) Plastic spacer
(d) Connector for target connection
NQPACK144SD
(Side View)
NQGUIDE
(e) CPU mounting cover
HQPACK144SD
(Side View)
Fastening screws
Caution
(f) Connector for emulator connection
(g) Nylon rivet
YQPACK144SD
(Side View)
YQGUIDE
NQPACK144SD, HQPACK144SD, and YQPACK144SD are intended for the laboratory use such as
the program development and evaluation. Do not use them for mass production.
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Driver
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.7 Setup
The following two system configurations for the IE-703102-MC are possible, depending on the purpose.
This section describes the setup procedure according to each purpose as follows.
Step
Reference section
1.7.1 When using the IE-703102-MC on a stand-alone basis for performing software debugging
(1)
Connect interface board to PC
3.1 Connection to Personal Computer
Before connecting, make sure that the power of the PC is off.
(2)
Connect optional board
Refer to the user’s manual of optional board
(3)
Set clock operation mode of IE-703102-MC
Refer to the user’s manual of optional board
Crystal oscillator with 8 MHz is mounted at factory shipment.
This crystal oscillator can be replaced with another oscillator with a frequency within the IE-703102-MC
operating frequency range.
(4)
Set CPU operating voltage range
Refer to the user’s manual of optional board
Switch CPU operating voltage range.
(5)
Connect cables
3.3 Cable Connections
Connect power source adaptor and interface cable.
(6)
Power up IE-703102-MC, then PC
3.4 System Power-on and Power-off
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.7.2 When performing hardware debugging with target system
Caution Before turning on the power of the target system, make sure that the power of the IE-703102-MC
is turned on.
If the target system is turned on while the IE-703102-MC is off, the target system or the IE-703102MC may be damaged.
(1)
Connect interface board to PC
3.1 Connection to Personal Computer
Before connecting, make sure that the power of the PC is off.
(2)
Connect optional board
Refer to the user’s manual of optional board
(3)
Set clock operation mode IE-703102-MC
Refer to the user’s manual of optional board
Crystal oscillator with 8 MHz is mounted at factory shipment.
This crystal oscillator can be replaced with another oscillator with a frequency within the IE-703102-MC
operating frequency range.
(4)
Set CPU operating voltage range
Refer to the user’s manual of optional board
Switch CPU operating voltage range.
(5)
Connect cables
3.3 Cable Connections
Connect power source adaptor and interface cable.
(6)
Connect IE-703102-MC to target system
3.2 Connection to Target System
There are two connecting methods: connecting the connection tab of the optional board to the target system
directly, and connecting the connection tab of the optional board to the target system via an extension probe
(sold separately).
(7)
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Power up IE-703102-MC, then PC, then target
system
3.4 System Power-on and Power-off
CHAPTER 2
PART NAMES AND FUNCTION
This chapter describes the name and function of each part of the IE-703102-MC, as well as switch settings.
Figure 2-1. IE-703102-MC
Pod
Main unit
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CHAPTER 2
2.1
PART NAMES AND FUNCTION
Names and Functions
2.1.1 Names and functions of main unit
Figure 2-2. Main Unit
PC interface connector
LED
Power switch
Power jack
(1) Power switch
This is the main power ON/OFF switch of the IE-703102-MC.
ON/OFF is printed on the chassis of the main part.
(2) Power jack
Power adaptor (IE-70000-MC-PS-B: sold separately) is connected.
(3) PC interface connector
PC interface cable (included) is connected.
(4) LED
ON when the power is on, OFF when the power is off.
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CHAPTER 2
2.2
PART NAMES AND FUNCTION
Names and Functions of Pod Part
Figure 2-3. Pod (Top View)
Pin 1 direction of connector
for target connection
A1 pin direction of evaluation chip
A1
GND pin
GND
Evaluation chip
TRG pin
L
E
D
TRG
TARGET (Yellow)
POWER (Red)
MM1
MM2
PLD
MM3
External logic connector
CN1 CN2 CN3 CN4
(1) TRG pin
Trigger signal output pin
(2) GND pin
GND pin used during trigger signal output
(3) External logic connector
Connects external logic probe (included).
(4) LED
Name
TARGET (yellow)
POWER (red)
LED state
Description
ON
Power of target system = ON
OFF
Power of target system = OFF
ON
Power switch of main unit = ON
OFF
Power switch of main unit = OFF
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CHAPTER 2
PART NAMES AND FUNCTION
Figure 2-4. Pod (Bottom View)
Pin 1 direction
Socket for optional board connection
(1) Socket for optional board connection
PGA socket to connect optional board (sold separately)
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CHAPTER 3
CONNECTION OF COMPONENTS
The IE-703102-MC enables debugging and programming of target devices by connecting several components and
configuring a desired system.
This chapter describes the various components and their connection. Read this chapter when connecting system
components. For the sequence of system configuration, refer to 1.7 Setup.
For the details on software start-up, refer to the user’s manual of the debugger that is used.
3.1
Connection to Personal Computer
3.1.1 Overview of connection
The IE-703102-MC can use a personal computer (PC-9800 series or PC/AT compatibles) as the host machine.
The connection to each type of personal computer is described below.
(1) PC-9800 series
When using a PC-9800 series computer, insert the PC interface board (IE-70000-98-IF-B or IE-70000-98-IF-C:
optional) in the external expansion slot in the PC-9800 series and connect the computer to the IE-703102-MC.
(2) PC/AT compatibles
When using a PC/AT compatible, insert the following PC interface board in the external expansion slot of the
PC/AT compatible and connect the computer to the IE-703102-MC.
• IE-70000-PC-IF-B/IE-70000-PC-IF-C : for ISA bus
• IE-70000-PCI-IF : for PCI bus (can also be used in PC98-NX series)
(3) Notebook-type personal computer
When using a notebook-type personal computer, insert the PC card interface (IE-70000-CD-IF-A: optional) in the
PC card slot of the computer and connect the computer to the IE-703102-MC.
3.1.2 Connection procedure
(1) Powering off
Perform connection while the power of each unit is off.
If the power of the IE-703102-MC or the PC is on, turn off the power first.
(2) PC interface board setting
Be sure to read the following section because the board settings differs depending on the board that is used.
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(a) IE-70000-98-IF-B
The I/O addresses are set with DIP switch 1 (SW1) and DIP switch 2 (SW2) on the PC interface board.
SW1 and SW2 are the handshake bus address setting switches. Set switches No. 1 to No. 8 of SW1 as
shown in Figure 3-1 and switches No. 5 to No. 8 of SW2 as shown in Figure 3-2 (Set 00D×H address).
Set JP1 to NO_USE.
Figure 3-1. Setting of DIP Switch 1 (SW1) (IE-70000-98-IF-B)
7
A14
6
A13
A12
4
A11
3
A10
2
A9
1
OFF
8
A15
5
SW1
A8
Allocate handshake bus for I/O addresses of PC (Set highorder 8 bits among 16 bits of I/O address of PC).
Figure 3-2. Setting of DIP Switch 2 (SW2) (IE-70000-98-IF-B)
7
A6
6
A5
A4
Allocate handshake bus for I/O addresses of PC (Set
bits 7 to 4 of the I/O address of the PC).
1
2
3
4
OFF
8
A7
5
SW2
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Reserved (switches No. 4 to 1 are fixed as shown)
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(b) IE-70000-98-IF-C
The I/O addresses are set with DIP switch 1 (SW1) and DIP switch 2 (SW2) on the PC interface board.
SW1 and SW2 are the handshake bus address setting switches. Set switches No. 1 to No. 8 of SW1 as
shown in Figure 3-3 and switches No. 5 to No. 8 of SW2 as shown in Figure 3-4 (Set 00D×H address).
Set INT JP to NO_USE and WAIT JP to the short between 2 and 3.
Figure 3-3. Setting of DIP Switch 1 (SW1) (IE-70000-98-IF-C)
8
A11
7
A10
6
A9
5
A8
4
A7
3
A6
2
A5
1
SW1
A4
Allocate handshake bus for I/O addresses of PC (Set bits 11
ON
to 4 of I/O address of PC).
Figure 3-4. Setting of DIP Switch 2 (SW2) (IE-70000-98-IF-C)
8
SW2
4
A15
3
A14
2
A13
1
ON
5
6
7
Reserved (switches No. 5 to 8 are fixed as shown)
A12
Allocate handshake bus for I/O addresses of PC (Set bits 15
to 12 of the I/O address of PC).
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(c) IE-70000-PC-IF-B
The I/O addresses are set with DIP switch 1 (SW1) and DIP switch 2 (SW2) on the PC interface board.
SW1 and SW2 are setting switches of the handshake bus address. Set switches No. 1 to No. 8 of SW1 as
shown in Figure 3-5 and switches No. 1 to No. 4 of SW2 as shown in Figure 3-6 (Set 022×H address).
Set JP1 to NO_USE.
Figure 3-5. Setting of DIP Switch 1 (SW1) (IE-70000-PC-IF-B)
8
A15
7
A14
6
A13
5
SW1
A12
4
A11
3
A10
2
A9
1
OFF
Allocate handshake bus for I/O addresses of PC (Set
A8
high-order 8 bits among 16-bits of I/O address of PC).
Figure 3-6. Setting of DIP Switch 2 (SW2) (IE-70000-PC-IF-B)
1
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OFF
4
A6
2
A7
3
SW2
A5
A4
Allocate handshake bus for I/O addresses of PC (Set bits 7
to 4 of the I/O address of PC).
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(d) IE-70000-PC-IF-C
The I/O addresses are set with DIP switch 1 (SW1) and DIP switch 2 (SW2) on the PC interface board.
SW1 and SW2 are setting switches of the handshake bus address. Set switches No. 1 to No. 8 of SW1 as
shown in Figure 3-7 and switches No. 1 to No. 4 of SW2 as shown in Figure 3-8 (Set 022×H address).
Set INT JP to NO_USE and WAIT JP to the short between 2 and 3.
Figure 3-7. Setting of DIP Switch 1 (SW1) (IE-70000-PC-IF-C)
8
A11
7
A10
6
A9
5
A8
4
A7
3
A6
2
A5
1
SW1
A4
ON
Allocate handshake bus for I/O addresses of PC (Set bits
11 to 4 of I/O address of PC).
Figure 3-8. Setting of DIP Switch 2 (SW2) (IE-70000-PC-IF-C)
7
8
SW2
4
A15
3
A14
2
A13
1
5
6
Reserved (switches No.5 to 8 are fixed as shown)
A12
Allocate handshake bus for I/O addresses of PC (Set bits
ON
15 to 12 of I/O address of PC).
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3.1.3 Personal computer setting
This section describes how to set and connect the interface board to the PC-9800 series computer add-on slot.
Also refer to this section when connecting a PC/AT compatible.
(a) Make sure that the PC-9800 series power is off before starting installation.
(b) Remove the cover of the add-on slot bus on the rear panel of the PC.
Figure 3-9. Rear Panel of PC-9800 Series
Remove the cover
(c) Insert the PC interface board.
(d) Fasten the PC interface board with screws.
Figure 3-10. Insertion of PC Interface Board
Fasten screws
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3.1.4 Connection of PC interface cable
Connect the PC interface cable to the interface board connector.
Figure 3-11 illustrates how to connect the PC interface cable.
××-IF-C.
Caution Connect to CH1 connector when using IE-70000-××
××
Figure 3-11. Connection of Cable to PC Interface Board
Connector
PC interface cable
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3.2
Connection to Target System
There are two connecting methods: connecting the connection tab of the optional board to the target system
directly and connecting the connection tab of the optional board to the target system via an extension probe
(optional).
(1) Attach the connector for target connection (NQPACK×××SD) and the connector for emulator connection
(YQPACK×××SD) to the target system.
Figure 3-12. Connection of Connector for Target Connection and Connector for Emulator Connection
Screws provided with
YQPACKxxxSD
(YQGUIDE)
<3>
<3>
Connector for emulator connection
(YQPACKxxxSD)
<1> Fix with solder at proper position
<2> Insert
<3> Fix with screws (YQGUIDE)
<2>
Connector for target connection
(NQPACKxxxSD)
<1>
Target system
Caution Connector for target connection (NQPACKxxxSD) has pin 1 direction marking. Refer to Figure
3-13.
Figure 3-13. Pin 1 Direction Marking of Connector (Top View)
Pin 1 direction
Connection tab
of the optional board
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Connector for target connection
(NQPACKxxxSD)
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(2) Connect the connection tab of the optional board to the target system directly or via the extension probe.
In either case, make sure that the pin 1 position (cutout corner of connector) is aligned.
The connection procedure is as follows.
Caution Be careful not to break or bend the pins of connector, socket, and extension probe when
connecting.
(a) When connecting to target system directly
<1> Turn off the power of the IE-703102-MC (power switch OFF).
<2> Connect the IE-703102-MC to the optional board.
<3> Connect the connection tab of the optional board to the target system.
(b) When connecting to target system via extension probe
<1> Turn off the power of the IE-703102-MC (power switch OFF).
<2> Connect the IE-703102-MC to the optional board.
<3> Connect the extension probe to the optional board.
<4> Connect the top of the extension probe to the target system.
Figure 3-14. Connection of IE-703102-MC to Target System
When directly connecting
target system
When using
extension probe
Target system
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3.3
Cable Connections
3.3.1 Connection of power adaptor
Insert the cable of the power supply adaptor (IE-70000-MC-PS-B: optional) to the power jack of the IE-703102-MC
main part.
Caution
Use only the IE-70000-MC-PS-B for power supply. Use of other power supplies may damage the
IE-703102-MC due to different power jack polarity and voltage.
Figure 3-15. Power Adaptor Connection
Power jack
Power adapter (IE-70000-MC-PS-B)
3.3.2 PC interface cable connection
Connect the PC interface cable to the 36-pin connector of the IE-703102-MC.
Figure 3-16. PC Interface Cable Connection
PC interface connector
PC interface cable
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3.3.3 External logic probe connection
When using the external logic probe, connect to the 9-pin connector in the IE-703102-MC main unit.
Figure 3-17. External Logic Probe Connection
External logic connector
External logic probe
3.3.4 Additional information
The IE-703102-MC can perform real-time tracing of the evaluation chip bus cycle. In addition, external logic
probes are provided for the following three functions.
For details on their use, refer to the debugger user’s manual.
(1) Any eight signals can be traced in real-time.
(2) Tracer start/stop is enabled using any eight signals.
(3) Break setting is enabled using any eight signals.
Cautions 1. Connect the external logic probe only to a TTL-level signal line. The high level and low level
cannot be detected correctly if connected to lines other than TTL-level signal lines.
Furthermore, the sensor of the IE-703102-MC may damage by an excessive voltage level.
2. When connecting the external logic probe, use commercially available IC clips.
Procedure
(1) Turn off the power of the target system.
(2) Turn off the power of the IE-703102-MC.
(3) Attach IC clips to a device on the target system.
(4) Connect the external logic probe to the included IC clips.
(5) Connect the GND of the external logic probe to the GND of the target system.
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Figure 3-18. External Logic Probe Connection (Using IC Clip)
Target system
IC clip
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External logic probe
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3.4
System Power-on and Power-off
After the connection of the IE-703102-MC and each system component (PC, target system, etc.), start up and end
the system using the following.
3.4.1 Power-on procedure
Cautions 1. Make sure that the IE-703102-MC is correctly connected to the PC.
2. In case the IE-703102-MC is powered on using a procedure other than the following one, the IE703102-MC or the target system may be damaged.
(1) Turn on the power switch of the IE-703102-MC.
Set the power switch to “ON” after connecting the power adaptor to the power jack of the IE-703102-MC and the
plug to the power outlet.
(2) Turn on the power switch of the PC.
(3) Turn on the power of the target system.
(4) Start the debugger.
3.4.2 Power-off procedure
(1) Terminate the debugger.
(2) Turn off the power switch of the target system.
(3) Turn off the power switch of the PC.
(4) Turn off the power switch of the IE-703102-MC.
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APPENDIX
DIMENSIONS
353
132
58.8
55
56
Side View
75
Top View
Bottom View
27
90
166
(Unit: mm)
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