E6000 SIMM Memory Module for SH7010, SH7040, SH7050

E6000 SIMM Memory Module for SH7010, SH7040, SH7050
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User’s Manual
E6000 SIMM Memory Module
for SH7010, SH7040, SH7050
(HS6000EMS21H/HS6000EMS22H)
User’s Manual
Rev.1.0 2002.07
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E6000 series emulator station
PC interface board
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SIMM memory module
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This SIMM memory module is installed in the E6000 emulator, and is used in place of the user
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Preface
Thank you for purchasing the SIMM memory module (HS6000EMS21H or HS6000EMS22H) for the
E6000 emulator. The SIMM memory module can emulate a 2.5-Mbyte or 6.5-Mbyte area by installing
it in the SH7010, SH7040, SH7050 series E6000 emulator (HS7010EPI60H, HS7040EPI60H or
SH7050EPI60H).
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Contents
Section 1 Components........................................................................................1
Section 2 SIMM Memory Module Outline .......................................................2
2.1 SIMM Memory Module Functions...................................................................................... 2
2.2 Access Restrictions .............................................................................................................. 3
Section 3 SIMM Memory Module ....................................................................7
Section 4 Installation .........................................................................................12
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Section 1 Components
Figure 1 shows the SIMM memory module, and table 1 lists its components.
R1
U44 U52 U48 U53 U45 U49
U51 U43 U47 U54 U50 U46
CON2
CON1
Top view
Bottom view
Figure 1 E6000 SIMM Memory Module for the SH7010, SH7040, SH7050
Table 1
Components
Item
Quantity
Remarks
SIMM memory module
1
In HS6000EMS21H, R1 and
U47 to U54 cannot be used.
Screw (M2.6 x 6 mm)
2
For fastening cable head
(with flat washer)
User's Manual for HS6000EMS21H/HS6000EMS22H
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This manual
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Section 2 SIMM Memory Module Outline
2.1 SIMM Memory Module Functions
Tables 2 and 3 and list the SIMM memory module functions.
Table 2
SIMM Memory Module Functions of HS6000EMS21H
Item
Specifications
Memory size
• 2.5 Mbytes
(128 kbytes × 4 areas and 512 kbytes × 4 areas)
Operating frequency
• 128 kbytes × 4 areas
4 MHz ≤ φ (operating frequency) ≤ 33 MHz: 2-cycle
access
• 512 kbytes × 4 areas
4 MHz ≤ φ (operating frequency) ≤ 20 MHz: 3-cycle
access
20 MHz < φ (operating frequency) ≤ 33 MHz: 4-cycle
access
Access restrictions
(E.g.: Read-only or guarded (no access))
• Access restrictions can be specified in 128-kbyte, 1Mbyte, 2-Mbyte, and 4-Mbyte units (see figures 2
and 3).
• Specifies access restriction for the emulation
memory.
Bus width
• 8 bits/16 bits/32 bits (Depends on the MCU used.)
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Table 3
SIMM Memory Module Functions of HS6000EMS22H
Item
Specifications
Memory size
• 6.5 Mbytes
(128 kbytes × 4 areas and 512 kbytes × 12 areas)
Operating frequency
• 128 kbytes × 4 areas
4 MHz ≤ φ (operating frequency) ≤ 33 MHz: 2-cycle
access
• 512 kbytes × 12 areas
4 MHz ≤ φ (operating frequency) ≤ 20 MHz: 3-cycle
access
20 MHz < φ (operating frequency) ≤ 33 MHz: 4-cycle
access
Number of cycles
• 2-cycle access: 128 kbytes × 4 areas at operation
frequency of 33 MHz
• 4-cycle access: 512 kbytes × 12 areas at operation
frequency of 33 MHz
Access restrictions
(E.g.: Read-only or guarded (no access))
• Access restrictions can be specified in 128-kbyte, 1Mbyte, 2-Mbyte, and 4-Mbyte units (see figures 2
and 3).
• Specifies access restriction for the emulation
memory.
Bus width
• 8 bits/16 bits/32 bits (Depends on the MCU used.)
Notes: 1 When specifying the CS3 area for the emulation memory in the SIMM memory module, set
bus control register 1 (BCR1) in the bus state controller so that the CS3 area becomes the
usual emulation memory for the emulator. The SH7011 has no BCR1.
2 When using the SIMM memory module, set the wait state control register (WCR) according
to the device frequency.
E.g.: When accessing a 512 x 4 byte area at 28.7 MHz, set the WCR so that the area is
accessed in 4 cycles.
2.2 Access Restrictions
Access Restrictions for emulation memory within the SIMM memory module can be specified in 128kbyte or 512-kbyte units. However, to avoid competition for access between the emulation memory
and user memory, the MCU inhibits the output of strobe signals (/WRHH, /WRHL, /WRH, /WRL,
/CASHH, /CASHL, /CAH, /CASL, /CS0 to /CS3, and RD/_WR) to the user system in units of the
memory blocks shown in figures 2 and 3, instead of using the boundaries of the emulation memory.
For example, when the address range H’000C0000 to H’000DFFFF (SB6) is specified as the
emulation memory, and that address range is accessed, the strobe signals listed above will not be
output to the user system.
Note: Even if less memory than the size of the memory block is specified for use as emulation
memory, the MCU inhibits the output of strobe signals by memory block unit. For example,
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when a 128-kbyte emulation memory requires restriction of access to the address range
H’00C00000 to H’00DFFFFF (LB10), the access restriction is applied to LB10 (2 Mbytes),
and output of the strobe signals is inhibited.
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H'00000000
H'00000000
CS0
H'001FFFFF
H'00200000
H'003FFFFF
H'00400000
(2MB)
CS0
(2MB)
CS1
(4MB)
H'00200000
H'002FFFFF
H'00300000
H'003FFFFF
H'00400000
H'004FFFFF
H'00500000
H'007FFFFF
H'00800000
CS2
(4MB)
H'00BFFFFF
H'00C00000
CS3
(4MB)
H'005FFFFF
H'00600000
H'006FFFFF
H'00700000
H'007FFFFF
H'00800000
H'008FFFFF
H'00900000
H'00FFFFFF
H'01000000
DRAM (16MB)
H'01FFFFFF
H'02000000
H'009FFFFF
H'00A00000
H'00AFFFFF
H'00B00000
H'00BFFFFF
H'00C00000
Reserve
(4GB-32kB)
LB0
(1MB)
LB1
(1MB)
LB2
(1MB)
LB3
(1MB)
LB4
(1MB)
LB5
(1MB)
LB6
(1MB)
LB7
(1MB)
LB8
(1MB)
LB9
(1MB)
LB10
(2MB)
H'00DFFFFF
H'00E00000
H'FFFFBFFF
H'FFFFC000
H'FFFFE7FF
H'FFFFE800
H'FFFFFFFF
On-chip I/O
(16kB)
Reserved (10kB)
On-chip RAM
(6kB)
H'0005FFFF
H'00060000
H'0007FFFF
H'00080000
H'0009FFFF
H'000A0000
H'000BFFFF
H'000C0000
H'000DFFFF
H'000E0000
H'000FFFFF
H'00100000
H'0011FFFF
H'00120000
H'0013FFFF
H'00140000
H'0015FFFF
H'00160000
H'0017FFFF
H'00180000
H'0019FFFF
H'001A0000
H'001BFFFF
H'001C0000
LB11
(2MB)
H'00FFFFFF
H'01000000
H'FFFF7FFF
H'FFFF8000
H'0001FFFF
H'00020000
H'0003FFFF
H'00040000
H'001DFFFF
H'001E0000
H'001FFFFF
LB12
(4MB)
LB13
(4MB)
LB14
(4MB)
LB15
(4MB)
SB0
(128kB)
SB1
(128kB)
SB2
(128kB)
SB3
(128kB)
SB4
(128kB)
SB5
(128kB)
SB6
(128kB)
SB7
(128kB)
SB8
(128kB)
SB9
(128kB)
SB10 (128kB)
SB11 (128kB)
SB12 (128kB)
SB13 (128kB)
SB14 (128kB)
SB15 (128kB)
H'013FFFFF
H'01400000
H'017FFFFF
H'01800000
H'01BFFFFF
H'01C00000
H'01FFFFFF
Figure 2 Memory Blocks in Extended Mode without ROM
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H'00000000
H'0001FFFF
H'00020000
H'001FFFFF
H'00200000
On-chip (128kB)
ROM
Reserve
(2MB-128kB)
CS0
(4MB)
H'007FFFFF
H'00800000
CS2
(4MB)
H'00BFFFFF
H'00C00000
CS3
H'0021FFFF
H'00220000
H'0023FFFF
H'00240000
(2MB)
H'003FFFFF
H'00400000
CS1
H'00200000
(4MB)
H'00FFFFFF
H'01000000
DRAM (16MB)
H'01FFFFFF
H'02000000
Reserve
(4GB-32kB)
H'00400000
H'004FFFFF
H'00500000
H'005FFFFF
H'00600000
H'006FFFFF
H'00700000
H'007FFFFF
H'00800000
H'008FFFFF
H'00900000
H'009FFFFF
H'00A00000
H'00AFFFFF
H'00B00000
H'00BFFFFF
H'00C00000
LB2
LB3
LB4
LB5
LB6
LB7
(1MB)
(1MB)
(1MB)
(1MB)
(1MB)
(1MB)
LB8
(1MB)
LB9
(1MB)
LB10
(2MB)
H'00DFFFFF
H'00E00000
(2MB)
H'00FFFFFF
H'01000000
On-chip I/O
H'FFFFBFFF (16kB)
H'FFFFC000
Reserved (12kB)
H'FFFFEFFF
H'FFFFF000 On-chip RAM
H'FFFFFFFF (4kB)
H'0027FFFF
H'00280000
H'0029FFFF
H'002A0000
H'002BFFFF
H'002C0000
H'002DFFFF
H'002E0000
H'002FFFFF
H'00300000
H'0031FFFF
H'00320000
H'0033FFFF
H'00340000
H'0035FFFF
H'00360000
H'0037FFFF
H'00380000
H'0039FFFF
H'003A0000
LB11
H'FFFF7FFF
H'FFFF8000
H'0025FFFF
H'00260000
H'003BFFFF
H'003C0000
H'003DFFFF
H'003E0000
LB12
(4MB)
LB13
(4MB)
LB14
(4MB)
LB15
(4MB)
H'003FFFFF
SB0
(128kB)
SB1
(128kB)
SB2
(128kB)
SB3
(128kB)
SB4
(128kB)
SB5
(128kB)
SB6
(128kB)
SB7
(128kB)
SB8
(128kB)
SB9
(128kB)
SB10 (128kB)
SB11 (128kB)
SB12 (128kB)
SB13 (128kB)
SB14 (128kB)
SB15 (128kB)
H'013FFFFF
H'01400000
H'017FFFFF
H'01800000
H'01BFFFFF
H'01C00000
H'01FFFFFF
Figure 3 Memory Blocks in Extended Mode with ROM
Note: The memory map of internal ROM, internal RAM, internal I/O, and reserved area will differ
according to the target MCU. For details, refer to the relevant hardware manual.
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Section 3 SIMM Memory Module
The HS6000EMS21H SIMM memory module has 4 areas of 128-kbyte and 512-kbyte units. The
HS6000EMS22H SIMM memory module has 4 areas of 128-kbyte units and 12 areas of 512-kbyte
units. Each area can be allocated to a 128-kbyte or 512-kbyte boundary address space, and one area
can have a continuous 128-kbyte or 512-kbyte memory. Figure 4 shows an example of address
allocation.
Figure 4 Memory Map Dialog Box
In the HDI Setup menu, open the Configure Platform dialog box, and allocate emulation memory
(Emulator Read-write or Emulator Read-only) to the designated address space through the Memory
Map dialog box. In this tag, Emulator Guarded memory can also be set.
The following dialog boxes show how to allocate emulation memory to memory range H’00400000H’004FFFFF. In this example, a R/W memory is selected for the emulation memory.
1. Select memory range 00400000-004FFFFF from the Mapping Area list box.
2. Click the Emulator button.
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3. Click the Read/Write button.
Figure 5 Memory Allocation 1
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4. Select an area of unused memory from the Emulator Memory Blocks list box.
In this example, Slow 1 and Slow 2 are selected. Then click the Locate button.
Figure 6 Memory Allocation 2
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5. The Locate Emulator Memory Blocks dialog box is displays an available base address.
Click OK.
Figure 7 Memory Allocation 3
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6. Emulation memory has been set successfully.
Figure 8 Memory Allocation 4
For details, refer to the HDI online help.
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Section 4 Installation
Be sure to switch off the emulator and user system before installation.
WARNING
1. Always switch OFF the emulator product and user
system, before connecting or disconnecting the
SIMM memory module.
Failure to do so will result in a FIRE HAZARD and
will damage the user system and emulator product
or will result in PERSONAL INJURY.
2. Before closing the cover of the emulator, be sure
to check that no foreign objects such as metal
fractions are left inside the emulator station.
Failure to do so will result in a FIRE HAZARD and
will damage the user system and emulator product
or will result in PERSONAL INJURY.
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To install the SIMM memory module in the E6000 emulator station,
1. Remove the four screws from the sides of the emulator station.
2. Pull the emulator cover upward and remove it.
3. Insert the CON1 and CON2 connectors of the SIMM memory module into the CON8 and CON9
connectors in the E6000 emulator station.
4. Fasten the SIMM memory module to the E6000 emulator by attaching the SIMM memory board to
the spacer and then a screw and a washer.
5. Close the emulator cover and fasten it with the four screws.
6. Connect the emulator station to the host computer and turn on the E6000 emulator station.
7. Start the HDI. Open the Configure Platform dialog box from the Setup menu and check that the
emulation memory can be displayed and selected through the Memory Map dialog box.
Note: The HS7040EPI60H has a cooling fan. Do not pull or apply excessive strength to the cable of
the evaluation chip cooling fan.
E6000
Screw
(M2.6 6 mm)
HITACHI
SIMM Memory
Module
E6000 casing
Spacer to attach
SIMM memory
module
Screw
(M2.6 6 mm)
Evaluation chip cooling fan
Spacer to attach
SIMM memory
module
Figure 9 Installing SIMM Memory Module
To remove the SIMM memory module from the E6000 emulator station,
1. Remove the four screws from the sides of the emulator station.
2. Pull the emulator cover upward and remove it.
3. Remove the screw for fastening the SIMM memory module.
4. Remove the CON1 and CON2 connectors of the SIMM memory module from the CON8 and
CON9 connectors.
5. Close the emulator cover and fasten it with the four screws.
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SIMM Memory module
Pull the SIMM memory
module upward
CON2
CON1
Figure 10 Removing SIMM Memory Module
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