SH7125 Group and SH7124 Group Debugging MCU Board

SH7125 Group and SH7124 Group Debugging MCU Board
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User’s Manual
SH7125 Group and SH7124 Group
Debugging MCU Board
HS7125EDB03H, HS7124EDB02H
User’s Manual
Renesas Microcomputer
Development Environment
System
SuperH™ Family / SH/Tiny Series
HS7125EDB03HE
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
READ FIRST
• READ this user's manual before using this emulator product.
• KEEP the user's manual handy for future reference.
Do not attempt to use the emulator product until you fully understand its mechanism.
Emulator Product:
Throughout this document, the term "emulator product" shall be defined as the following
products produced only by Renesas Technology Corp. and Renesas Solutions Corp. excluding all
subsidiary products.
• E10A-USB emulator main unit
• Debugging MCU board
The user system or a host computer is not included in this definition.
Purpose of the Debugging MCU Board:
This debugging MCU board is used to connect the E10A-USB emulator to the user system.
This debugging MCU board must only be used for the above purpose.
Limited Applications:
This emulator product is not authorized for use in transportation, vehicular, medical (where
human life is potentially at stake), aerospace, nuclear, or undersea repeater applications. Buyers of
this emulator product must notify Renesas Technology Corporation, Renesas Solutions
Corporation or an authorized Renesas Technology product distributor before planning to use the
product in such applications.
Improvement Policy:
Renesas Technology Corp. (including its subsidiaries, hereafter collectively referred to as
Renesas) pursues a policy of continuing improvement in design, performance, and safety of the
emulator product. Renesas reserves the right to change, wholly or partially, the specifications,
design, user's manual, and other documentation at any time without notice.
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Target User of the Emulator Product:
This emulator product should only be used by those who have carefully read and thoroughly
understood the information and restrictions contained in the user's manual. Do not attempt to use
the emulator product until you fully understand its mechanism.
It is highly recommended that first-time users be instructed by users that are well versed in the
operation of the emulator product.
Users are required to be familiar with the basic knowledge for the electric circuits, logic
circuits, and microcomputers.
Precautions to be Taken when Using This Product:
1. This emulator is a development supporting unit for use in your program development and
evaluation stages. In mass-producing your program you have finished developing, be sure to
make a judgment on your own risk that it can be put to practical use by performing integration
test, evaluation, or some experiment else.
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use of this emulator.
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evaluation in laboratories. Therefore, it does not fall under the application of Electrical
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used in Japan.
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The warnings in this user's manual and on the emulator product are therefore not all inclusive.
Therefore, you must use the emulator product safely at your own risk.
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SAFETY PAGE
READ FIRST
• READ this user's manual before using this emulator product.
• KEEP the user's manual handy for future reference.
Do not attempt to use the emulator product until you fully understand its mechanism.
DEFINITION OF SIGNAL WORDS
Either in the user's manual or on the product, several icons are used to insure proper
handling of this product and also to prevent injuries to you or other persons, or damage to
your properties. Their graphic images and meanings are given in this safety page. Be sure to
read this chapter before using the product.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal
injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid
possible injury or death.
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
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DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION used without the safety alert symbol indicates a
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NOTE emphasizes essential information.
In addition to the four above, the following are also used as appropriate.
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WARNING
Observe the precautions listed below. Failure to do so
will result in a FIRE HAZARD and will damage the user
system and the emulator product or will result in
PERSONAL INJURY. The USER PROGRAM will be
LOST.
1. Do not repair or remodel the emulator product by
yourself for electric shock prevention and quality
assurance.
2. Always switch OFF the emulator and user system
before connecting or disconnecting any CABLES or
PARTS.
3. Always before connecting any CABLES, make sure that
pin 1 on both sides are correctly aligned.
4. If cables are connected incorrectly in the case of the
SH7125, the power-supply pins will be shorted as shown
below:
90˚ rotation
4 (Vcc)
22 (Vcc)
24 (Vss)
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52 (AVss)
6 (Vss)
8 (VCL)
270˚ rotation
6 (Vss)
8 (VCL)
52 (AVss)
22 (Vcc)
24 (Vss)
4 (Vcc)
User Registration
When you have purchased the emulator represented in this user's manual, be sure to register it. As
the H/W Tool Customer Registration Sheet is included with this product, fill it in and send the
same contents to the following address by an email. Your registered information is used for only
after-sale services, and not for any other purposes. Without user registration, you will not be able
to receive maintenance services such as a notification of field changes or trouble information. So
be sure to carry out the user registration.
For more information about user registration, send an email to the following address.
[email protected]
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Contents
Section 1 Product Overview ................................................................................1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Introduction....................................................................................................................... 1
Components ...................................................................................................................... 4
Components in the Package for the Debugging MCU Board ........................................... 5
Hardware Configuration ................................................................................................... 8
Environmental Conditions ................................................................................................ 15
Section 2 Setting Up the Debugging MCU Board...............................................17
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Flow Chart before Using the Debugging MCU Board ..................................................... 17
Setting Up the Debugging MCU Board ............................................................................ 18
2.2.1 Connecting the Debugging MCU Board to the E10A-USB Emulator................. 18
2.2.2 Connecting the Debugging MCU Board to the User System............................... 20
2.2.3 Setting the Power-Selection Switch..................................................................... 22
2.2.4 Connecting the Power Cable................................................................................ 23
2.2.5 Setting the Clock-Selection Jumper..................................................................... 24
2.2.6 Installing a Crystal Resonator.............................................................................. 25
2.2.7 Setting the User-System Input Signal Enabling/Disabling Switches................... 26
2.2.8 Connecting the System Ground ........................................................................... 27
Setting the E10A-USB Emulator ...................................................................................... 28
2.3.1 Setting the DIP Switches of the E10A-USB Emulator ........................................ 28
2.3.2 CD-R.................................................................................................................... 29
2.3.3 Connecting the E10A-USB Emulator to the Host Computer............................... 30
2.3.4 Setting Up the E10A-USB Emulator ................................................................... 31
2.3.5 Activating the High-performance Embedded Workshop..................................... 31
Setting Up the Debugging MCU Board for Single Operation .......................................... 32
2.4.1 Setting Switches on the Debugging MCU Board ................................................ 32
2.4.2 Inputting Reset Signals to the Debugging MCU Board....................................... 33
Section 3 Hardware Specifications ......................................................................35
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
External Dimensions of the Debugging MCU Board ....................................................... 35
Resulting Dimensions after Connecting User System Interface Board............................. 36
Recommended Dimensions for User System Mount Pad (Footprint)............................... 37
Installing the MCU to the User System ............................................................................ 38
User System Interface Circuits ......................................................................................... 41
Delay Time for the User System Interface........................................................................ 45
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Section 4 Maintenance and Guarantee ................................................................47
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
User Registration .............................................................................................................. 47
Maintenance...................................................................................................................... 47
Guarantee.......................................................................................................................... 47
Repair Provisions.............................................................................................................. 48
How to Make a Request for Repair................................................................................... 49
Appendix A Repair Request Sheet ....................................................................51
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Section 1 Product Overview
Section 1 Product Overview
1.1
Introduction
The High-performance Embedded Workshop is a graphical user interface intended to ease the
development and debugging of applications written in C/C++ programming language and
assembly language for Renesas microcomputers. Its aim is to provide a powerful yet intuitive way
of accessing, measuring, and modifying the debugging platform in which the application is
running.
This system is a software and hardware development support tool for application systems using
the Renesas original microcomputer.
The debugging MCU board is connected to the user system through the IC socket on the user
system. The user system can be debugged under the conditions similar to the actual application
conditions. The debugging MCU board enables debugging anywhere indoors or out with the
E10A-USB emulator. The host computer for controlling the debugging MCU board must be an
IBM PC compatible machine with USB 1.1/2.0 (Full-Speed).
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Section 1 Product Overview
Host computer
External power supply
High-performance
Embedded Workshop
CD-R
5-V DC
USB 1.1/2.0 (Full-Speed)
User system
Debugging MCU board
E10A-USB emulator
Figure 1.1 System Configuration with the Debugging MCU Board
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Section 1 Product Overview
The debugging MCU board provides the following features:
1.
Excellent cost-performance in-circuit emulator
Using the debugging MCU board with the E10A-USB emulator implements low-cost
debugging of the user system without the user pins being occupied by the debugging
interface (H-UDI).
When the AUD function on the debugging MCU board is used, the debugging MCU board
supports the window trace function for trace acquisition of a large-capacity realtime trace or
a memory access (memory access address or memory access data) within the specified
ranges.
2.
Realtime emulation
Realtime emulation of the user system is enabled at the maximum operating frequency of
the CPU.
3.
Excellent operability
®
®
Using the High-performance Embedded Workshop on the Microsoft Windows 2000, and
®
®
Microsoft Windows XP operating systems enables user program debugging using a
pointing device such as a mouse. The High-performance Embedded Workshop enables
high-speed downloading of load module files.
4.
Debugging of the user system in the final development stage
The user system can be debugged under conditions similar to the actual application
conditions.
5.
Compact debugging environment
When the emulator is used, a laptop computer can be used as a host computer, creating a
debugging environment in any place.
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CAUTION
READ the following warnings before using the debugging
MCU board. Incorrect operation will damage the user system
and the debugging MCU board. The USER PROGRAM will be
LOST.
1. Check all components against the component list after unpacking the emulator.
2. Never place heavy objects on the casing.
3. Protect the emulator from excessive impacts and stresses. For details, refer to section 1.5,
Environmental Conditions.
4. Only supply the power of the specified voltages or power-supply frequencies to the debugging
MCU board.
5. When moving the host computer or user system, take care not to vibrate or damage it.
6 After connecting the cable, check that it is connected correctly. For details, refer to section 2,
Setting Up the Debugging MCU Board.
7. Supply power to the connected equipment after connecting all cables. Cables must not be
connected or removed while the power is on.
1.2
Components
After removing the product from its packaging, confirm that you have all of the components. For
details on the components of the debugging MCU board, refer to section 1.3, Components in the
Package for the Debugging MCU Board. If any component is not present, contact your nearest
Renesas sales office.
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Section 1 Product Overview
1.3
Components in the Package for the Debugging MCU Board
The debugging MCU board supports the SH7125 group (SH7125) and SH7124 group (SH7124).
Table 1.1 lists the components supplied in the package for the debugging MCU board.
In the product as shipped, the main unit of the debugging MCU board is connected to the user
system interface board with the flexible flat cable (FFC). Do not detach them from each other.
Table 1.1 Components in the Package for the Debugging MCU Board
Classification Component
Hardware
Debugging MCU board
main unit
Appearance
Qty
1
Remarks
Depth: 80.0 mm, width: 85.0 mm,
height: 22.3 mm, mass: 55.2 g
* The main unit of the debugging
MCU board is connected to the
user system interface board with
the FFC cable. Do not disconnect
these components.
FFC cables
2
Length: 150.0 mm, mass: 1.4 g
User system interface
board
1
Depth: 35.0 mm, width: 37.5 mm,
height: 8.8 mm, mass: 6 g
Power cable
1
Length: 0.5 m
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Table 1.1 Components in the Package for the Debugging MCU Board (cont.)
Classification Component
Hardware
(cont.)
IC socket
Appearance
Qty
1
Remarks
NBSOCKET064SE-RE41N or
NBSOCKET052SE-RE41N
*The provided IC socket will differ
according to the supported MCU.
Connect the IC socket to the user
system.
User’s manual
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1
NWPLUG064SE-RE01 or
NWPLUG052SE-RE01
*The provided socket cover will
differ according to the supported
MCU.
1
SH7125 Group and SH7124 Group
Debugging MCU Board User’s
Manual (this manual)
Section 1 Product Overview
CAUTION
Use the following IC sockets to connect the user system
with the debugging MCU board.
• IC sockets for the SH7125 (package code: PVQN0064LB-A:
: NBSOCKET064SE-RE41N (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
: NWPLUG064SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
• IC sockets for the SH7124 (package code: PVQN0052LE-A:
: NBSOCKET052SE-RE41N (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
: NWPLUG052SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
To mount the MCU without connecting the debugging MCU board to
the user system, use one of the IC sockets listed below. These
components (NLPACK and NSSOCKET) are not provided with the
debugging MCU board, so must be separetly purchased before use.
• IC sockets for the SH7125 (package code: PVQN0064LB-A:
: NBSOCKET064SE-RE41N (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
: NLPACK064SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
: NSSOCKET064SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
• IC sockets for the SH7124 (package code: PVQN0052LE-A:
: NBSOCKET052SE-RE41N (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
: NLPACK052SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
: NSSOCKET052SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
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1.4
Hardware Configuration
As shown in figure 1.2, the usable configuration of the debugging MCU board consists of the
main unit, FFC cable, user system interface board, and power cable. The debugging MCU board is
connected, via the E10A-USB emulator, to the host computer over a USB 1.1/2.0 (Full-Speed)
link.
The host computer, E10A-USB emulator, and external power supply must be separately obtained
by the user.
Host computer
External
power supply
(5-V DC)
USB1.1/USB2.0
(Full-Speed)
E10A-USB emulator
(separately available)
Power cable
User system
interface board
FFC cable
Main unit of
the debugging
MCU board
User system
(IC-socket interface)
Figure 1.2 Hardware Configuration of the Debugging MCU Board
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1.4.1
Configuration of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board
The names of each section of the debugging MCU board are explained below.
Top of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board (1)
(a)
(b)(c)
(d)
Figure 1.3 Top of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board (1)
(a) External power LED:
Marked ‘BOARD POWER’. This LED is lit while external power is being
supplied from the power cable.
(b) User VCC LED:
Marked ‘USER VCC’. This LED is lit while power is being supplied from
the user system to the VCC pin of the MCU.
(c) User AVCC LED:
Marked ‘USER AVCC’. This LED is lit while power is being supplied
from the user system to the AVCC pin of the MCU.
(d) Reset LED:
Marked ‘RST’. This LED is lit while the reset signal is being input to the
MCU.
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Top of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board (2)
(a)
(e)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Figure 1.4 Top of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board (2)
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(a) Power-selection
switch:
This switch is used to select the power source for the debugging MCU
board.
When ‘EXTERNAL’ is selected, an external power supply is the source
for the debugging MCU board.
When ‘USER SYSTEM’ is selected, the VCC power supply on the user
system is the source for the debugging MCU board.
(b) Clock-selection
jumper:
This jumper is used to select the clock signal for input to the MCU on
the debugging MCU board.
When ‘XTAL’ is selected, the input clock signal is from the crystal
resonator on the debugging MCU board. When ‘USER CLK’ is
selected, the input clock signal is from the EXTAL pin on the user
system.
(c) Crystal-resonator
installation sockets:
The crystal resonator for supplying the external clock signal is mounted
here when ‘XTAL’ has been selected on the clock-selection jumper.
(d) Reset switch:
This switch is used to input reset signals manually to the debugging
MCU board.
(e) User-system input
signal enabling/disabling
switches:
These switches are used to enable or disable the input of /RES and
NMI signals from the user system and connect or disconnect the user
system.
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Top of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board (3)
(a)
(c)
(b)
(d)
Figure 1.5 Top of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board (3)
(a) Power-cable connector:
This connector is used to connect the debugging MCU board to the
power cable for the external power supply.
(b) H-UDI interface
connector (36 pins):
This connector is used to connect the debugging MCU board to the 36pin cable of the E10A-USB emulator.
(c) H-UDI interface
connector (14 pins):
This connector is used to connect the debugging MCU board to the 14pin cable of the E10A-USB emulator.
(d) User system interface
connector 1:
This connector is used to connect the main unit of the debugging MCU
board to the FFC cable.
Note: The FFC cable already occupies this connector in the product as
shipped. Do not remove the cable from the connector.
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Bottom of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board (4)
(a)
Figure 1.6 Bottom of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board (4)
(a) User system interface
connector 2:
This connector is used to connect the main unit of the debugging MCU
board to the FFC cable.
Note: The FFC cable already occupies this connector in the product as
shipped. Do not remove the cable from the connector.
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1.4.2
Configuration of the User System Interface Board
The names of each section of the user system interface board are explained below.
(2) Bottom of the user system
interface board
(1) Top of the user system
interface board
(a)
(b)
(c)
Figure 1.7 User System Interface Board
(a) User system interface
connector 1:
This connector is used to connect the user system interface board to
the FFC cable.
Note: The FFC cable already occupies this connector in the product as
shipped. Do not remove the cable from the connector.
(b) User system interface
connector 2:
This connector is used to connect the user system interface board to
the FFC cable.
Note: The FFC cable already occupies this connector in the product as
shipped. Do not remove the cable from the connector.
(c) User system connector:
This connector is for connection to the user system.
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1.5
Environmental Conditions
CAUTION
Observe the conditions listed in tables 1.6 and 1.7 when
using the debugging MCU board. Failure to do so can lead to
abnormal operation of the user system, the debugging MCU
board, and the user program.
Table 1.6 Environmental Conditions
Item
Specifications
Temperature
Operating:
Storage:
+10°C to +35°C
–10°C to +50°C
Humidity
Operating:
Storage:
35% RH to 80% RH, no condensation
35% RH to 80% RH, no condensation
Vibration
Operating:
Storage:
Transportation:
2.45 m/s max.
2
4.9 m/s max.
2
14.7 m/s max.
Ambient gases
No corrosive gases may be present
2
Table 1.7 Operating Environment
Item
Description
Host computer
IBM PC or compatible machine that satisfies the operating-environment
conditions of the E10A-USB emulator
Emulator
Renesas microcomputer development tool:
E10A-USB emulator (HS0005KCU01H or HS0005KCU02H)
Power supply
DC 5 V ± 10%
Supply current
300 mA (max.)
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Section 2 Setting Up the Debugging MCU Board
2.1
Flow Chart before Using the Debugging MCU Board
Unpack the debugging MCU board and prepare it for use as follows:
WARNING
READ the reference sections shaded in figure 2.1 before
using the debugging MCU board. Incorrect operation will
damage the user system and the debugging MCU board uct.
The USER PROGRAM will be LOST.
Reference
Unpack the debugging MCU board
Component list
Check the components against the component list
Set up the debugging MCU board
- Connect the E10A-USB emulator
- Connect the user system
- Set the switches of the debugging MCU board
Section 2 in the
Debugging MCU
Board User's
Manual (this
manual)
Set up the E10A-USB emulator
- Install the emulator's software
(Check the components and register the user information.)
- Insert the emulator
- Set up the main unit of the emulator
Section 3 in the
E10A-USB
Emulator User's
Manual
Start the High-performance Embedded Workshop
Turn on the user system
Section 4 in the
E10A-USB
Emulator User's
Manual
When the debugging MCU
board is used first.
When the debugging MCU
board is used for second
time or later.
Input the user system reset signal
Figure 2.1 Preparation Flow Chart for the Debugging MCU Board
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2.2
Setting Up the Debugging MCU Board
To apply the debugging MCU board, you must obtain an E10A-USB emulator. This section
describes how to connect the debugging MCU board, the E10A-USB emulator, and the user
system interface board.
Before making the connections, check that the host computer is turned off, the E10A-USB
emulator is not connected to the host computer via the USB cable, and power is being supplied to
neither the debugging MCU board nor the user system.
2.2.1
Connecting the Debugging MCU Board to the E10A-USB Emulator
Follow the below procedure to connect the debugging MCU board to the E10A-USB emulator.
1. Connect the user system interface cable (14 or 36 pins) provided with the E10A-USB emulator
to the side connector of the E10A-USB emulator as shown in figure 2.2.
Figure 2.2 Connecting the E10A-USB Emulator to the User System Interface Cable
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2. Connect the 14-pin or 36-pin connector of the user system interface cable to the H-UDI
interface connector on the debugging MCU board as shown in figures 2.3 and 2.4.
Connect the 36-pin or 14-pin connector to CN2 or CN3, respectively.
Figure 2.3 Connecting the User System Interface Cable (36 Pins) to the Debugging MCU
Board
Figure 2.4 Connecting the User System Interface Cable (14 Pins) to the Debugging MCU
Board
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2.2.2
Connecting the Debugging MCU Board to the User System
To connect the debugging MCU board to the user system, follow the instructions below.
WARNING
Always switch OFF the emulator product, the debugging
MCU board, and the user system before any connection or
removal of the USER SYSTEM INTERFACE BOARD.
Furthermore, make sure that the pin 1 positions on both
sides are correctly aligned. Failure to do so will create a
FIRE HAZARD that can damage the emulator product, the
debugging MCU board, the user system interface board, or
the user system, or produce PERSONAL INJURY.
1. Solder the NBSOCKET to the user system after checking the location of pin 1. The socket is
notched to indicate the corner corresponding to this location.
CAUTION
Before applying solder, use epoxy resin adhesive to affix
the guide points on the IC socket to the user system.
Ensure full wetting of the leads so that the solder flows
over the leads and forms good fillets (use slightly more
solder than you normally would).
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2. Insert the NWPLUG in the NBSOCKET on the user system. The NWPLUG has guide pins for
the four corners of the socket. When connecting to the user system, plug the user system
connector of the interface board into the NBSOCKET on the user system after matching up the
pin 1 positions and the holes and guide pins in the corners (see figure 2.5).
CAUTION
Ensure that the locations of pin 1 on the socket and
connector are aligned before inserting the connector.
If this is not done in the case of the SH7125, power-supply
pins will be shorted as shown below.
90˚ rotation
4 (Vcc)
22 (Vcc)
24 (Vss)
52 (AVss)
6 (Vss)
8 (VCL)
270˚ rotation
6 (Vss)
8 (VCL)
52 (AVss)
22 (Vcc)
24 (Vss)
4 (Vcc)
3. Insert the user system interface board in the NWPLUG after checking the location of pin 1.
The corner of the NBSOCKET which is mounted on the user interface board is notched to
indicate the position of pin 1. (see figure 2.5)
User system interface board
Pin 1
IC socket (NWPLUG)
Guide pin
User system
IC socket (NBSOCKET)
Figure 2.5 Connecting the User System Interface Board to the User System
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2.2.3
Setting the Power-Selection Switch
The external power supply (DC5V) or the VCC power supply on the user system can be selected
as the source of power for the debugging MCU board. Refer to table 2.1 when selecting the power
supply to be used.
Figure 2.6 Power-Selection Switch
Table 2.1 Correspondence of Power-Selection Switch Settings
Silk-Screened Label
Power Supply to be Used
EXTERNAL
External power supply connected to the power cable (factory setting)
USER SYSTEM
VCC on the user system
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2.2.4
Connecting the Power Cable
When the power-selection switch is set to ‘EXTERNAL’, the power cable must be connected to
the debugging MCU board so that power can be supplied from beyond the board. Connect the
power cable to the power-cable connector on the debugging MCU board as shown in figure 2.7.
Since the debugging MCU board operates with the VCC power supply when the power-selection
switch is set to the 'USER SYSTEM' position, the power cable need not be connected in this case.
Figure 2.7 Connecting the Power Cable to the Debugging MCU Board
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2.2.5
Setting the Clock-Selection Jumper
The EXTAL input from the user system or the crystal resonator installed on the debugging MCU
board can be selected as the source of the clock signal for the MCU. Refer to table 2.2 when
selecting the clock.
Figure 2.8 Clock-Selection Jumper
Table 2.2 Correspondence of Clock-Selection Jumper Settings
Silk-Screened Label
Jumper Pin (SW3)
Clock to be Used
XTAL
Pins 1-2 closed
Crystal resonator installed on the debugging MCU board
USER CLK
Pins 2-3 closed
EXTAL input from the user system (factory setting)
Note: ‘XTAL’ should only be selected if a crystal resonator has been mounted across the crystalresonator installation sockets (X1) of the debugging MCU board. Users must provide the
crystal resonator.
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2.2.6
Installing a Crystal Resonator
‘XTAL’ should only be selected if a crystal resonator has been mounted on the debugging MCU
board. Install the crystal resonator across the crystal-resonator installation sockets of the
debugging MCU board.
Figure 2.9 Installing a Crystal Resonator
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2.2.7
Setting the User-System Input Signal Enabling/Disabling Switches
Enabling or disabling of particular input signals from the user system can be set on the debugging
MCU board. In addition, connecting or disconnecting the user system must be set with these
switches. Table 2.3 lists the signals and settings.
Figure 2.10 User-System Input Signal Enabling/Disabling Switches
Table 2.3 Correspondence of User-System Input Signal Enabling/Disabling Switch Settings
Silk-Screened Label
Number on SW2
ENABLE
DISABLE
UNMI
1
Enables the NMI input.
(factory setting)
Disables the NMI input.
URES
2
Enables the /RES input.
(factory setting)
Disables the /RES input.
UCON
3
Set this switch when the user
system is connected for
operation. (factory setting)
Set this switch for single
operation of the debugging
MCU board.
⎯
4
Do not change this switch.
(factory setting)
Do not change this switch.
Note: When ‘UCON’ is set as ‘DISABLE’, the debugging MCU board can be initiated even if
the user system has not been connected. Set the debugging MCU board, referring to
section 2.4, Setting Up the Debugging MCU Board for Single Operation, for the use of
simple evaluation before designing the user system.
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2.2.8
Connecting the System Ground
WARNING
Separate the frame ground and signal ground of the user
system. Failure to do so will create a FIRE HAZARD that can
damage the user system and emulator product, or produce
PERSONAL INJURY.
The signal grounds of the E10A-USB emulator and the debugging MCU board are connected to
the user system's signal ground. In the emulator, the signal ground and frame ground are
connected. In the user system, only connect the frame ground to earth; do not connect the signal
ground to the frame ground (figure 2.11).
If it is difficult to separate the frame ground from the signal ground in the user system, tie the
frame ground of the user system to the same potential as the GND level of the DC power input
(AC adapter) of the host computer. This is because differences in GND potential between the host
computer and target system will lead to excessive flows of current in the low-impedance GND
lines, and thin lines might burn out.
Signal ground
E10A-USB emulator
Logic
Host
computer
Signal
Debugging
MCU board
User system
Signal
Logic
USB
Signal ground
Signal ground
Power
supply
Frame ground
Figure 2.11 Connecting System Ground
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2.3
Setting the E10A-USB Emulator
2.3.1
Setting the DIP Switches of the E10A-USB Emulator
Set the DIP switches of the E10A-USB emulator as follows.
1. Open the sliding switch cover in the lower right portion of the upper side of the E10A-USB
emulator by sliding it to the right as shown in figure 2.12.
2. Turn all of the DIP switches (SW1, SW2, and SW3) on (‘1’ side).
RENESAS
B
USB I/F
US
0A
E1
1
0
ACT
1
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
ON
OFF
Figure 2.12 Setting the DIP Switches of the E10A-USB Emulator
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2.3.2
CD-R
The emulator’s software for the debugging MCU board is included in the CD-R provided with the
E10A-USB emulator.
The root directory of the CD-R contains a setup program for installing the emulator’s software for
the debugging MCU board. The folders contain the files and programs listed below.
Table 2.4 Contents of the CD-R Directories
Directory Name
Contents
®
Description
Dlls
Microsoft runtime library
A runtime library for the High-performance
Embedded Workshop. The version is checked
at installation and this library is copied to the
hard disk as part of the installation process.
Drivers
E10A-USB emulator driver
USB drivers for the E10A-USB emulator.
Help
Online help for the E10A-USB
emulator
An online help file. This is copied to the hard
disk as part of the installation process.
Manual
E10A-USB emulator manuals
E10A-USB emulator user’s manuals. They
are provided as PDF files.
Execute HewInstMan.exe from the root directory of the CD-R to start the installation wizard.
Follow the cues given by the installation wizard to install the software. Select the SH-2 device
group in the wizard for selecting the device group to be installed.
Follow the cues given by the installation wizard to install the software.
Note: When a driver is installed in Windows® XP, a warning message on the Windows® logo
test may be displayed, but it is not a problem. Select [Continue Anyway] to proceed with
driver installation.
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2.3.3
Connecting the E10A-USB Emulator to the Host Computer
This section describes how to connect the E10A-USB emulator to the host computer. For the
position of each connector of the emulator, refer to the SuperH™ Family E10A-USB Emulator
User’s Manual.
Notes: 1. When [Add New Hardware Wizard] is displayed, select the [Search for the best driver
for your device. (Recommended)] radio button and then the [Specify a location] check
box to select the path to be searched for drivers. The location must be specified as
<Drive>:\DRIVERS. (<Drive> is the CD drive letter.)
2. When a driver is installed in Windows® XP, a warning message on the Windows® logo
test may be displayed, but it is not a problem. Select [Continue Anyway] to proceed
with driver installation.
3. Be sure to install the software for the E10A-USB emulator before putting the emulator
in place.
WARNING
Always switch OFF the emulator product and the user
system before connecting or disconnecting any CABLES
except for the USB interface cable. Failure to do so will result
in a FIRE HAZARD and will damage the user system and the
emulator product or will result in PERSONAL INJURY.
The USER PROGRAM will be LOST.
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The E10A-USB emulator is connected to the host computer via the USB 1.1, and also to the USB
port conforming to USB 2.0. Figure 2.13 shows the system configuration.
Figure 2.13 System Configuration when Connecting the E10A-USB Emulator to the Host
Computer
2.3.4
Setting Up the E10A-USB Emulator
Set up the E10A-USB emulator’s firmware referring to section 3.10, Setting Up the Emulator, and
section 3.11, System Check, in the SuperH™ Family E10A-USB Emulator User’s Manual.
2.3.5
Activating the High-performance Embedded Workshop
Activate the High-performance Embedded Workshop referring to section 4, Preparations for
Debugging, in the SuperH™ Family E10A-USB Emulator User’s Manual, which describes the
activation procedure.
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2.4
Setting Up the Debugging MCU Board for Single Operation
Since the debugging MCU board can be initiated even if the user system has not been connected, it
is available for simple evaluation before designing the user system.
WARNING
1. Always disconnect the E10A-USB emulator from the host
computer and switch OFF the debugging MCU board
before setting switches on the debugging MCU board.
Failure to do so will create a FIRE HAZARD that can
damage the E10A-USB emulator product, the debugging
MCU board, or the user system interface board.
2. For the single operation of the debugging MCU board,
connector pins on the bottom of the user system
interface board, which are used for connecting the user
system, are disconnected. To prevent connector pins
from being shorted, be sure to put an insulator under the
user system interface board.
2.4.1
Setting Switches on the Debugging MCU Board
For the single operation of the debugging MCU board, set the switches on the debugging MCU
board as described below and activate the High-performance Embedded Workshop.
1. Only the external power supply is supported. Set the power-selection switch to ‘EXTERNAL’
and supply external power (5 Vdc) from the power-cable connector.
2. Only the crystal resonator installed on the debugging MCU board is supported as the source of
the clock signal.
Set the clock-selection jumper to ‘XTAL’ to install the crystal resonator across the crystalresonator installation sockets.
3. The user-system input signal enabling/disabling switches must be set on the debugging MCU
board. Of these switches, set ‘UCON’ ‘URES’, and ‘UNMI’ to the ‘DISABLE’ position.
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2.4.2
Inputting Reset Signals to the Debugging MCU Board
When reset signals must be input, such as the case when activating the High-performance
Embedded Workshop or debugging, they can be manually input from the reset switch on the
debugging MCU board. For details on inputting reset signals, see table 2.5.
Figure 2.14 Reset Switch
Table 2.5 Correspondence of Reset Switch Settings
Setting of SW4
Reset Signal Input to the Debugging MCU Board
Turned to ‘3’ of silkscreened label
Reset signal input from the reset switch is canceled. (factory setting)
Turned to ‘1’ of silkscreened label
Reset signal is input from the reset switch.
Note: This reset switch is used to manually input reset signals to the debugging MCU board.
When the user system is connected, this reset switch is also available for inputting reset
signals to the debugging MCU board, however, note that no reset signal is output to the
user system.
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Section 3 Hardware Specifications
3.1
External Dimensions of the Debugging MCU Board
Figures 3.1 through 3.3 show the external dimensions of the debugging MCU board.
271.5
80.0
149.0
Unit: mm
Tolerance: ±0.5 mm
Figure 3.1 External Dimensions of the Debugging MCU Board
80.0
85.0
Unit: mm
Tolerance: ±0.5 mm
Figure 3.2 External Dimensions of the Main Unit of the Debugging MCU Board
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37.5
The pin direction of pin 1.
18.0
35.0
10.0
20.0
10.0
Unit: mm
Tolerance: ±0.5 mm
Figure 3.3 External Dimensions of the User System Interface Board
3.2
Resulting Dimensions after Connecting User System Interface Board
Figure 3.4 shows the resulting dimensions, after connecting the user system interface board to the
user system.
11.6
9.6
15.4
User system
interface board
User system
IC socket
(NBSOCKET)
IC socket
(NWPLUG)
Unit: mm
Tolerance: ±1.0 mm
Figure 3.4 Resulting Dimensions after Connecting User System Interface Board
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3.3
Recommended Dimensions for User System Mount Pad (Footprint)
Figure 3.5 shows the recommended dimensions for the pads (footprint) for mounting the IC socket
on the user system. Note that the dimensions in this figure are the same as those given for the
design of mounting pads for the actual MCU. Refer to section 2.2, Printed Wiring Board Design,
in Renesas Surface Mount Packages.
External views of package
HD
D
A
A1
E
L
e
HE
A2
C
ZE
HD or HE
ZE
1 2 3
e
ZD
ZD
b
L
b
L: Length of flat part of pin
b: Pin width
Mounting pad dimensions
• Mounting pad dimension definitions and design examples
are shown below.
MIE = HE − 2(L+β1)
MID = HD − 2(L+β1)
L2 = L + β1 + β2 (L2: Mounting pad length)
b ≤ b2 ≤ e − γ (b2: Mounting pad width)
b
MIE
γ
L2
MID
β1
• The pad pitch is taken as the linear pin
interval (lead pitch) of the package to be
mounted.
e
Renesas design examples
e
0.4
β2
(Unit: mm)
0.5
Notes
Notes
β1
0.0 to 0.2
0.2 to 0.3
Mask pattern precision
β2
0.0 to 0.2
0.2 to 0.3
Mask pattern precision and visual inspection of soldering
γ
0.20
0.25
Margin for preventing solder bridging
Reference values based on former EIAJ standard ED-7404A
Figure 3.5 Recommended Dimensions for User System Mounting Pads (Footprint)
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Section 3 Hardware Specifications
3.4
Installing the MCU to the User System
CAUTION
1. Check the location of pin 1 before inserting.
2. Use a Philips-type screwdriver whose head matches the
screw head.
3. The tightening torque must be 0.054 N•m or less.
If the applied torque cannot be accurately measured,
stop tightening when the force required to turn the screw
becomes significantly greater than that needed when first
tightening. If a screw is tightened too much, the screw
head may break or an IC socket contact error may be
caused by a crack in the IC socket solder.
4. If the MCU does not operate correctly, cracks might have
occurred in the solder. Check conduction with a tester
and re-solder the IC socket if necessary.
To mount the MCU on the user system, follow the procedure given below.
1. Mount the NBSOCKET on the user system after checking the location of pin 1. A notch in
the corner of the socket indicates the position of pin 1.
2. Check the location of pin 1 of the MCU and mount it on the NLPACK, and then affix the top
cover with four screws (M2.0 × 8 mm).
3. Insert the NLPACK on which the NSSOCKET and MCU are mounted in the NBSOCKET on
the user system after checking the location of pin 1. (see figure 3.6).
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Section 3 Hardware Specifications
CAUTION
If the debugging MCU board is not to be connected with the user
system, use the following IC socket. The NLPACK and NSSOCKET
are not included with the debugging MCU board, so have to be
separately purchased before use.
• IC sockets for the SH7125(package code: PVQN0064LB-A:
NBSOCKET064SE-RE41N (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
NLPACK064SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
NSSOCKET064SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
• IC sockets for the SH7124(package code: PVQN0052LE-A:
NBSOCKET052SE-RE41N (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
NLPACK052SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
NSSOCKET052SE-RE01 (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech
Corporation)
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Section 3 Hardware Specifications
Screws (M2.0 x 8 mm)
Socket cover (NLPACK)
MCU(SH7125 or SH7124)
Pin 1
IC socket (NLPACK)
IC socket (NSSOCKET)
IC socket (NBSOCKET)
User system
Figure 3.6 Installing MCU to User System
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Section 3 Hardware Specifications
3.5
User System Interface Circuits
Figures 3.7 through 3.12 show user system interface circuits. Use them as a reference to determine
the value of the pull-up resistance.
SH7124/SH7125
User system
Vcc
47 kΩ
MD1
MD0
N.C.
MD1
MD0
FWE
N.C.
FWE
Figure 3.7 User System Interface Circuits
User system
SH7124/SH7125
Vcc
47 kΩ
_WDTOVF
_WDTOVF
Figure 3.8 User System Interface Circuits
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Section 3 Hardware Specifications
SH7124/SH7125
User system
Vcc
AHC14
AHC14
47 kΩ
NMI
NMI
Vcc
HC32
HC08
HC08
AHC14
AHC14
_RES
_RES
HC08
HC74
Figure 3.9 User System Interface Circuits
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47 kΩ
Section 3 Hardware Specifications
User system
SH7124/SH7125
PLLVcL
N.C.
0.47 μF
PLLVss
PLLVss
XTAL
N.C.
N.C.
HCU04
SW3
XTAL
X1
EXTAL
EXTAL
VcL
N.C.
VcL
0.47 μF
SW1
Vcc
PVcc
Vss
0.01
μF
0.1
μF
10
μF
Vcc
33
μF
Vss
SW1
AVcc
AVref
AVss
0.01
μF
0.1
μF
10
μF
CN1
CN1
AVcc
33
μF
N.C.
AVss
Figure 3.10 User System Interface Circuits
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Section 3 Hardware Specifications
User system
SH7124/SH7125
PF(7:0)
PF(7:0)
AVcc DALC112S1
T2
ASEBCK
Vcc
47 kΩ
_ASEBRK
N.C.
_ASEBRK/_ASEBRKAK
Vcc
47 kΩ
CN2
_ASEBRKAK
CN3
Figure 3.11 User System Interface Circuits
SH7124/SH7125
User system
PA(15:0), PB(3:1),
PB5, PB16, PE(15:0)
PA(15:0), PB(3:1),
PB5, PB16, PE(15:0)
Figure 3.12 User System Interface Circuits
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Section 3 Hardware Specifications
3.6
Delay Time for the User System Interface
Since the _RES and NMI signals are connected to the user system via the logic on the EV-chip
unit, a delay time shown in table 3.1 will be generated until the signal is input from the user
system to the MCU.
Table 3.1 Delay Time for Signals via the EV-chip Unit
No.
Signal Name
Delay Time (ns)
1
_RES
20
2
NMI
10
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Section 4 Maintenance and Guarantee
Section 4 Maintenance and Guarantee
This section describes maintenance, guarantee, repair provisions, and how to request for repair of
the emulator.
4.1
User Registration
When you purchase our product, be sure to register as a user. For user registration, refer to the
section of ‘User Registration’ (p. i) of this user's manual.
4.2
Maintenance
1. If dust or dirt collects on any equipment of this product, wipe the board dry with a soft cloth.
Do not use thinner or other solvents because these chemicals can cause the equipment's surface
coating to separate.
When you do not use this product for a long period, for safety purposes, disconnect the power
cable from the power supply.
4.3
Guarantee
If your product becomes faulty within one year after its purchase while being used under good
conditions by observing ‘IMPORTANT INFORMATION’ described in this user's manual, we will
repair or replace your faulty product free of charge. Note, however, that if your product's fault is
raised by any one of the following causes, we will repair it or replace it with new one with extracharge:
• Misuse, abuse, or use under extraordinary conditions
• Unauthorized repair, remodeling, maintenance, and so on
• Inadequate user's system or misuse of it
• Fires, earthquakes, and other unexpected disasters
In the above cases, contact your local distributor. If your product is being leased, consult the
leasing company or the owner.
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Section 4 Maintenance and Guarantee
4.4
1.
Repair Provisions
Repair with Extra-Charge
The products elapsed more than one year after purchase can be repaired with extra-charge.
2.
Replacement with Extra-Charge
If your product's fault falls in any of the following categories, the fault will be corrected by
replacing the entire product instead of repair, or you will be advised to purchase new one,
depending on the severity of the fault.
• Faulty or broken mechanical parts
• Flaw, separation, or rust in coated or plated parts
• Flaw or cracks in plastic parts
• Faults or breakage caused by improper use or unauthorized repair or modification
• Heavily damaged electric circuits due to overvoltage, overcurrent or shorting of power supply
• Cracks in the printed circuit board or burnt-down patterns
• Wide range of faults that makes replacement less expensive than repair
• Unlocatable or unidentified faults
3. Expiration of the Repair Period
When a period of one year elapses after the model was dropped from production, repairing
products of the model may become impossible.
4. Transportation Fees at Sending Your Product for Repair
Send your product to us for repair at your expense.
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Section 4 Maintenance and Guarantee
4.5
How to Make a Request for Repair
If your product is found faulty, follow the procedure below to send your product for repair.
Fill in the Repair Request Sheet included with this product, then send it along with this product for
repair to your local distributor. Make sure that information in the Repair Request Sheet is written
in as much detail as possible to facilitate repair.
CAUTION
Note on Transporting the Product:
When sending your product for repair, use the packing
box and cushion material supplied with this product when
delivered to you and specify handling caution for it to be
handled as precision equipment. If packing of your product is
not complete, it may be damaged during transportation. When
you pack your product in a bag, make sure to use conductive
polyvinyl supplied with this product (usually a blue bag).
When you use other bags, they may cause a trouble on your
product because of static electricity.
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Appendix A Repair Request Sheet
Appendix A Repair Request Sheet
Thank you for purchasing the SH7125 group and SH7124 group debugging MCU board
(HS7125EDB03H or HS7124EDB02H).
In the event of a malfunction, fill in the repair request sheet on the following pages and send it to
your distributor.
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Appendix A Repair Request Sheet
Repair Request Sheet
To Distributor
Your company name:
Person in charge:
Tel.:
Item
Symptom
1. Date and time when the malfunction
occurred
Month/Day/Year {at system initiation, in system operation}
2. Frequency of generation of the
malfunction
( ) times in ( ) {day(s), week(s), or month(s)}
3. System configuration when the
malfunction occurred
Enter the system configuration in use when the malfunction
occurred.
*Circle either of items in the braces { }.
*Enter the appropriate numbers in the parentheses ( ) and
circle one of the three items in the braces { }.
•
E10A-USB emulator (HS0005KCU01H or
HS0005KCU02H):
Serial No.:
Revision:
The above items are written on the label for product
management at the bottom of the emulator unit; the serial
no. is the five-digit number and the revision is the string of
letters following the number.
•
Provided CD-R (HS0005KCU01SR):
Version: V.
Shown as ‘V.x.xx release’ on the CD-R (x: numeral).
•
SH7125 group and SH7124 group debugging MCU board
(HS7125EDB03H or HS7124EDB02H):
Serial No.:
Revision:
These are impressed on the circuit board.
•
Host computer in use:
Manufacturer:
Type number:
OS:
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Item
Symptom
4. Settings when the malfunction
occurred
Enter the operational settings of the debugging MCU board.
(1) Power-selection switch:
EXTERNAL or USER SYSTEM (circle either item).
(2) Clock-selection jumper:
XTAL or USER CLK (circle either item).
Input clock:
MHz
(3) User-system input signal enabling/disabling switches:
UNMI: ENABLE or DISABLE (circle either item).
URES: ENABLE or DISABLE (circle either item).
UCON: ENABLE or DISABLE (circle either item).
(4) Operating frequency:
MHz
5. Failure phenomenon
6. Error in debugging
7. The High-performance Embedded
Workshop does not link-up with the
debugging MCU board.
Content of the error message
For errors other than the above, fill in the box below.
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SH7125 Group and SH7124 Group Debugging MCU Board
HS7125EDB03H, HS7124EDB02H User's Manual
Publication Date: Rev.1.00, March 4, 2009
Published by:
Sales Strategic Planning Div.
Renesas Technology Corp.
Edited by:
Customer Support Department
Global Strategic Communication Div.
Renesas Solutions Corp.
© 2009. Renesas Technology Corp., All rights reserved. Printed in Japan.
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