ML620Q150A Series Reference Board ML620Q150A Series EVA

ML620Q150A Series Reference Board ML620Q150A Series EVA
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ML620Q150A Series Reference Board
ML620Q150A Series EVA Board
User’s Manual
Issue Date: May 15, 2015
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Preface
This manual describes about the ML620Q150A Series Reference Board and ML620Q150A Series EVA Board.
There are three types of Reference Boards and an EVA Board can be used connecting to each reference board.
1.
2.
3.
48pinTQFP: ML620Q151A/152A/153A Reference Board
52pinTQFP: ML620Q154A/155A/156A Reference Board
64pinQFP: ML620Q157A/158A/159A Reference Board
Refer to following documents when necessary.
„
ML620Q150A Series User’s Manual
Describes about the microcontroller ML620Q150A Series.
„
uEASE User’s Manual
Describes about the On-chip debug tool uEASE.
ML620Q150A Series have nine products.
Table.1 List of the ML620Q150A Series microcontroller
Part number
ML620Q151A/152A/153A
ML620Q154A/155A/156A
ML620Q157A/158A/159A
Package
48pinTQFP
52pinTQFP
64pinQFP
ML620Q151A: 32KB
ML620Q154A:32KB
ML620Q157A:32KB
ML620Q152A: 48KB
ML620Q155A:48KB
ML620Q158A:48KB
ML620Q153A: 64KB
ML620Q156A:64KB
ML620Q159A:64KB
Program FLASH size
LAPIS support six types of reference boards.
Table.2 List of the ML620Q150A Series Reference Board
Product name
Mounted MCU/component
ML620Q151/152/153 Reference Board - D
ML620Q153A(64KB Flash) 48pinTQFP
ML620Q151/152/153 Reference Board - S
48pinTQFP Socket
ML620Q154/155/156 Reference Board - D
ML620Q156A(64KB Flash) 52pinTQFP
ML620Q154/155/156 Reference Board - S
52pinTQFP Socket
ML620Q157/158/159 Reference Board - D
ML620Q159A(64KB Flash) 64pinQFP
ML620Q157/158/159 Reference Board - S
64pinQFP Socket
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1. Overview
1.1 Features
The Reference Board is for learning how to use the ML620Q150A Series of microcontrollers, on which adding
external user components if necessary. Using the Reference Board with LAPIS Semiconductor’s on-hip debug
emulator uEASE delivered with the software development environments, help user’s software development and
debugging and programming the Flash.
1.1.1 Board features
z The board delivered with ML620Q150A series microcontroller or one of 48pin TQFP/ 52pin TQFP/ 64pin TQFP
socket.
z Available functions of programming the Flash ROM and on-chip debugging the software (P14/TEST0 and TEST1_N
are used for the communication).
z Through-holes for connecting the pins of microcontroller to external pheripheral boards.
z The power supply is selectable, supplied from the on-chip debug emulator uEASE or an user pheripheral board.
z Pads for mounting components, useful for evaluating the microcontroller.
z EVA Board is available to be connected to the Reference Board, which has a RS232C connector and external
components, useful when evaluating ISP function or A/D converter.
1.1.2 Hardware specifications
See the schematic on page 22 to 26 for more detail about connection of the mounted components.
1.
Reference Board
Table.3 ML620Q150A Series Reference Board Components Overview
Mounted MCU
Other
Mounted components
Pads (or/and)
Through holes for
mounting components
Other Through holes
Operating voltage
Board size
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U1/U2 (The actual device / Socket) : ML620Q151A/2A/3A/4A/5A/6A/7A/8A/9A
PWR: Jumper for selecting the power supply input (3pin pin-header and short pin)
VREF: VREF pin input (3pin pin-header and short pin)
MODE: Jumper for selecting P14/TEST0 pin (3pin pin-header and short pin)
X1, X2: Crystal resonator (32.768kHz)
R1-R4: Resistors for lighting LEDs by P20 to P23
P20-P23: LEDs
CNUE: Connector for On-chip debug emulator uEASE (14pin connector)
C1-C5: Capacitors for Crystal resonator and power lines (for mounted device)
C6-C10: Capacitors for Crystal resonator and power lines (for device on the socket)
CN1-CN4: Connectors for EVA Board (20pin, 2.54mm pitch)
PP0-PP11: Pads for capacitors on the AIN pins
PP12-PP15: Pads for resistors connecting to LED
PP16-PP19: Pads for ferrite beads on the power line
PP20-PP21: Pads for capacitors on analog comparator input(noise filter purpose)
XP1-XP4: Pads for crystal resonators (for mounted device and device on the socket)
XR1-XR2: Pads for series resistance of crystal resonator
VDD, VSS, VDDL1, VDDL2, AIN0-AIN11, CMP0P, CMP0M
+1.8V to +5.5V
90.00 mm x 120.00 mm
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2.
EVA Board
Table.4 ML620Q150A Series EVA Board Components Overview
Mounted components
Pads (or/and)
Through holes for
mounting components
Other Through holes
Operating voltage
Board size
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CN1-CN4: Connector for ML620Q150A Series Reference Board
VDD, VSS: Check pins
RESET_N, SW0-SW5: PUSH switches (7pcs)
RES_ENA: Jumper for selecting the RESET pin (3pin pin header and short pin)
VREF: Jumper for selecting the VREF pin (3pin pin header and short pin)
SEL0-SEL11: Jumper for selecting AIN or P3 (3pin pin header and short pin)
D1-D24: Diodes for AIN input pin.
CN5: RS232C connector
U1: RS232C Interface IC
TXD, RXD: TXD/RXD connection selector for RS232C Interface IC
R1-R12: AINn pin series resistor (12pcs)
R13: RS232C transmit pin resistor (1pcs)
C1-C5: Capacitors for power circuits(5pcs)
C6-C10: Capacitors for RS232C interface IC(5pcs)
C11-C17: Capacitors for PUSH switches(7pcs)
PP1: Pad for a capacitor placed between VREF and VSS
AIN0-AIN11, P30-P35, P42-P47: Check pins
+1.8V to +5.5V
140.00mm x 180.00 mm
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1.2 Reference Board Outline Drawing
The Figure.1 and Figure.2 show the ML620Q150A Series Reference Board, on which as an example the 64pin QFP
socket for ML620Q157A/8A/9A is mounted.
PWR
CNUE
CN3
P20-P22
MODE
CN4
U1
U2
CN2
X2
VREF
X1
AIN0-AIN2
CN1
Fig.1 ML620Q150A Series Reference Board Outline Drawing
1pin
▲
Fig.2 ML620Q150A Series Reference Board Socket 1pin direction
【Note】
Place the microcontroller Reference Board when turning off the power supply. Place the microcontroller in the
right direction.
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1.3 EVA Board Outline Drawing
The Figure.3 show the ML620Q150A Series EVA Board.
VDD
VSS
CN3
SEL6-11
CN2
CN4
CN5
SEL0-5
CN1
RESET_N
VREF
RES_ENA
SW0-5
Fig.3 ML620Q150A Series EVA Board Outline Drawing
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2. Function of Reference Board
2.1 Power Circuit
Power supply for VDD is selectable by PWR jumper (uEASE/USR).
Power supply for VREF is selectable by VREF jumper (VDD/USR)
USR
UVREF
(CN1)
ML610Q150A series
Device or IC Socket
VREF
VREF
1uF
VDD
VDD
P14/TEST0
TEST1_N
TEST1_N
VDDL
UVDD
2.2uF
PP17
PP16
MODE
USR
UVDD
(CN3)
VDDL1
2.2uF
PWR
uE
USR
uE
VTREF
P14/TEST0
(CN4)
1
2
VPP
3
SCLK
5
4
6
SDATA
7
8
VDDL
9
10
NC
11
3.3VOUT
13
NC
14
–0.8mm
12
1608 size pad
VSS
Connector for uEASE (CNUE)
Fig.4 Power Circuit
[Note]
z When selecting “USR” on the PWR jumper and connecting uEASE, connect the uEASE at first and power up the
user application system the second. As well, power off the user application system at first and power off the uEASE
the second.
z When selecting “VREFF” on the VREF jumper and conencting uEASE, connect the uEASE at first and power up the
user application system the second. As well, power off the user application system at first and power off the uEASE
the second.
z When selecting “USR” on the MODE jumper, uEASE is not available to use and instead P14/TEST0 pin on the
microcontroller is available to use.
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2.2 Low-speed Oscillation Circuit
The low-speed oscillation circuit is available for each device mounted type(U1) and soket type (U2).
The 1608 size of pads are prepared so that the PCB wiring capacitance does not affect to the oscillation.
ML610Q150A series
Device(U1)
P12/XT0
XP1
ML610Q150A series
IC Socket(U2)
P12/XT0
P13/XT1
X1
XR1
XP3
XP2
C2
12pF
C1
12pF
P12
P13/XT1
X2
C6
12pF
XP4
C7
12pF
P13
–0.8mm
CN1
1608 size pad
Fig.5 Low-speed Oscillation Circuit
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2.3 AIN inputs for evaluating the A/D Converter
Through-holes(AIN0-AIN11) are available to input voltages direclty to the pins of microtontroller.
The 1608 size of pads can be used for external components such as denoising capactors.
AIN0
P30/AIN0
AIN1
P31/AIN1
AIN2
P32/AIN2
AIN3
P33/AIN3
AIN4
P34/AIN4
ML610Q150A series
Device or
IC Socket
AIN5
P35/AIN5
AIN6
P36/AIN6
AIN7
P37/AIN7
AIN8
P34/AIN8
AIN9
P35/AIN9
AIN10
P36/AIN10
AIN11
P37/AIN11
–0.8mm
1608 size pad
Fig.6 AIN inputs for evaluating the A/D converter
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2.4 Analog Comparator Input
Through-holes(COM0M, CMP0P) are available to input voltages direclty to the pins of microtontroller.
The 1608 size pads can be used for mounting denoising capactors.
CN2
CMP0M
ML610Q150A series
Device or
IC Socket
P40/CMP0M
P40
CMP0P
P41/CMP0P
P41
–0.8mm
1608 size pad
Fig.7 Analog Comparator Input
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2.5 uEASE Interface
Selecting a jumper pin on the MODE jumper, one of the on-chip debug emulator uEASE or a genral port P14 is
available to use.
USR
UVREF
(CN1)
ML610Q150A series
Device or IC Socket
VREF
VREF
1uF
VDD
VDD
P14/TEST0
TEST1_N
TEST1_N
VDDL
UVDD
2.2uF
PP17
PP16
MODE
USR
UVDD
(CN3)
VDDL1
2.2uF
PWR
uE
USR
uE
VTREF
P14/TEST0
(CN4)
1
2
VPP
3
4
SCLK
5
6
SDATA
7
8
VDDL
9
10
NC
11
3.3VOUT
13
NC
14
–0.8mm
12
1608 size pad
VSS
Connector for uEASE (CNUE)
Fig.8 uEASE Interface
[Note]
z When selecting “USR” on the MODE jumper, uEASE is not available to use and instead P14/TEST0 pin on the
microcontroller is available to use.
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2.6 When using the A/D Converter
The through-holes AIN0 to AIN11 that are close to the device are prepared to evaluate the A/D converter. Place
denoise-purpose capctiors onto the pads PP0 to PP11 if necessary.
Top View
Through-holes for
inputting signals to
AINn pins.
Pads for mounting
denoise-purpose
capacitors.
Fig.9 Through-holes and Pads used for A/D converter function
2.7 When Not using the LED
P20-P22 of the microcontroller are ports that can directly drive a LED. The Ports are connected to the LEDs through
zero-ohm chip resistors. Remove the resistors when not using the LEDs.
Top View
Remove when not
using the LEDs.
Fig.10 Zero-ohm resistors for LEDs
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3. Function of EVA Board
3.1 RS232C Communication Circuit
P43/AIN7/TXD0 and P42/AIN6/RXD0 are disconnectable from the RS232C circuit by using the TXD jumper and
RXD jumper.
Connector for
Reference Board (CN2)
1
ILC3232
TXD0
11
P43/AIN7/TXD0
10
1Mohm
T1IN
T2IN
RXD0
12
P42/AIN6/RXD0
9
1
R1OUT
T1OUT
T2OUT
14
2
7
3
4
R1IN
13
5
R2IN
8
6
7
R2OUT
C1+
8
C2+
4
9
RXD
TXD
DTR
VSS
DSR
RTS
CTS
RI
0.22uF
0.22uF
3
C1-
C2-
5
VCC
V+
2
9pin D-SUB
Connector
VDD
16
0.1uF
DCD
15
VSS
V-
0.22uF
6
0.22uF
AIN7
AIN6
Fig.11 RS232C Communication Circuit
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3.2 Input Switch
Five push swiches are available connected to Port 0(P05-P00) and RESET_N pin.
The swich for the RESET_N is disconnectable by using the RESET_N jumper.
Push SW
P00
0.1uF
P00
Push SW
P01
0.1uF
P01
Push SW
P02
0.1uF
P02
Push SW
P03
0.1uF
P03
Push SW
P04
0.1uF
P04
Push SW
P05
0.1uF
P05
Push SW
RESET_N
0.1uF
RESET_N
Connector for
Reference Board (CN4)
Fig.12 Input Switches
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3.3 AIN Input for A/D Converter
The input circuits are selectable by using the SELn jumpers. One input line has diodes and a resistor for the
evaluation.
VDD or an external voltage supplied to the VREF pin is selectable by the VREF jumper.
VDD
SEL0
R1
D1
1
P30/AIN0
C
P31/AIN1
2
AIN0
D2
P32/AIN2
P30
VDD
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
SEL1
R2
D3
1
AIN1
C
D4
2
P31
AIN2
P32
.
.
.
.
P47/AIN11
AIN11
P47
VREF
VDD
1
C
Connector for
Reference Board (CN4)
PP1
2
VREF
–0.8mm
EXVREF
1608 size pad
Fig.13 AIN inputs for A/D Converter
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4. User Interface
4.1 ML620Q150A Series Reference Board User Interface
Table 5. and Table 6. show the pin list of the ML620Q150A series reference board user interface connector CN1, CN2,
CN3 and CN4.
CN1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
CN3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Table 5. ML620Q150A Series Reference Board User Interface Connecter CN1/CN2 Pin List
Q157A/8A/9A Q154A/5A/6A Q151A/2A/3A
Q157A/8A/9A Q154A/5A/6A Q151A/2A/3A
CN2
64pin device
52pin device
48pin device
64pin device
52pin device
48pin device
P12
P12
P12
1
P40
P40
P40
P13
P13
P13
2
P41
P41
P41
VSS
VSS
VSS
3
P42
P42
P42
4
P43
P43
P43
−
−
−
5
P44
P44
P44
−
−
−
VREF
VREF
VREF
6
P45
P45
P45
P30
P30
P30
7
P46
P46
P46
P31
P31
P31
8
P47
P47
P47
P32
P32
P32
9
P50
−
−
P33
P33
P33
10
P51
−
−
P34
P34
P34
11
P52
−
−
P35
P35
P35
12
P53
P53
−
P36
P36
13
P54
P54
P54
−
P37
14
P55
P55
P55
−
−
P70
15
P56
P56
P56
−
−
P71
16
P57
P57
P57
−
−
17
−
−
−
−
−
−
18
−
−
−
−
−
−
VSS
VSS
VSS
19
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
20
VSS
VSS
VSS
Table 6. ML620Q150A Series Reference Board User Interface Connecter CN3/CN4 Pin List
Q157A/8A/9A Q154A/5A/6A Q151A/2A/3A
CN4
Q157A/8A/9A Q154A/5A/6A Q151A/2A/3A
64pin device
52pin device
48pin device
64pin device
52pin device
48pin device
P60
P60
P60
1
P00
P00
P00
P61
P61
P61
2
P01
P01
P01
P62
P62
P62
3
P02
P02
P02
P63
P63
P63
4
P03
P03
P03
P64
P64
5
P04
P04
P04
−
P65
6
P05
P05
−
−
−
P66
7
P20
P20
P20
−
−
P67
8
P21
P21
P21
−
−
P80
P80
P80
9
P22
P22
P22
P81
P81
P81
10
P23
P23
P23
P82
P82
P82
11
P72
−
−
P83
P83
P83
12
P73
−
−
P84
P84
P84
13
P74
−
−
P85
P85
P85
14
P14/TEST0
P14/TEST0
P14/TEST0
P86
P86
P86
15
RESET_N
RESET_N
RESET_N
P87
P87
P87
16
−
−
−
VDD
VDD
VDD
17
−
−
−
VDD
VDD
VDD
18
−
−
−
VSS
VSS
VSS
19
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
VSS
20
VSS
VSS
VSS
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4.2 ML620Q150A Series EVA Board User Interface
Table 7. and Table 8. show the pin list of the ML620Q150A series eva board user interface connector CN1, CN2, CN3
and CN4 (Listed all pins of the 64pin devices).
Table 7. ML620Q150A Series EVA Board User Interface Connecter CN1/CN2 Pin List
CN1
EVA Board
64pin device
CN2
EVA Board
Reference Board
1
2
−
−
3
VSS
4
VDDL(TH)
P12
P13
VSS
−
64pin device
Reference Board
1
2
−
−
P40
P41
4
P42/AIN6 Input circuit
or RXD0
P43/AIN7 Input circuit
or TXD0
5
P44/AIN8 Input circuit
P44/AIN8
3
P42/AIN6/RXD0
P43/AIN7/TXD0
−
−
6
VREF
VREF
6
P45/AIN9 Input circuit
P45/AIN9
7
P30/AIN0 Input circuit
P30/AIN0
7
P46/AIN10 Input circuit
P46/AIN10
8
P31/AIN1 Input circuit
P31/AIN1
8
P47/AIN11
9
P32/AIN2 Input circuit
P32/AIN2
9
P47/AIN11 Input circuit
−
5
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
P33/AIN3 Input circuit
P34/AIN4 Input circuit
P35/AIN5 Input circuit
−
−
−
−
P33/AIN3
P34/AIN4
P35/AIN5
P36
P37
P70
−
P71
−
−
−
19
VSS
VSS
20
VSS
VSS
17
18
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11
12
13
14
15
16
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
P50
P51
P52
P53
P54
P55
P56
−
P57
−
−
−
19
VSS
VSS
20
VSS
VSS
17
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Table 8. ML620Q150A Series EVA Board User Interface Connecter CN3/CN4 Pin List
CN3
EVA Board
64pin device
CN4
EVA Board
Reference Board
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
-
64pin device
Reference Board
P60
1
Push SW
P00
P61
2
Push SW
P01
P62
3
Push SW
P02
P63
4
Push SW
P03
P64
5
Push SW
P04
P65
6
P05
P66
7
Push SW
-
P67
P80
P81
P82
P83
P84
8
9
10
11
12
13
P85
14
P86
15
P87
16
-
P20
P21
P22
P23
P72
P73
P74
P14/TEST0
Push SW
-
RESET_N
-
-
-
-
-
17
VDD
VDD
17
18
VDD
VDD
18
19
VSS
VSS
19
VSS
VSS
20
VSS
VSS
20
VSS
VSS
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5. Precaution for use
(1) Since the content specified herein is subject to change for improvement without notice, confirm the content is the
latest when using the board.
(2) See another documents ML620Q150A series user’s manual and uEASE user’s manual when using the board.
(3) The Reference Board may have an engineering sample of the ML620Q150A series. Confirm the final electrical
characteristics by using the mass production parts on your mass production boards.
(4) LAPIS support replacing the board for an initial failure soon after the shipment, can not support reparing the board.
(5) The boards have signal patterns on the underside, it might work in abnormal if using on conductive materials. Use it
on insulating materials or having any preventable parts.
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6. PCB specification and schematic
6.1 Reference Board PCB specification
Figure 14. shows the ML620Q150A Series Reference Board PCB dimensional outline drawing and layout of
components.
PCB part number:
ML620Q151A/2A/3A Reference Board (QTU-11708)
ML620Q154A/5A/6A Reference Board (QTU-11709)
ML620Q157A/8A/9A Reference Board (QTU-11710)
Dimension:
90mm x 120mm
Fig.14 Reference Board PCB dimensional outline drawing and layout of components (Top view)
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6.2 EVA Board PCB Specification
Figure 14. shows the ML620Q150A Series EVA Board PCB dimensional outline drawing and layout of components.
PCB part number:
ML620Q15xA EVA Board (QTU-11705)
Dimension:
140mm x 180mm
Fig.15 EVA Board PCB dimensional outline drawing and layout of components (Top view)
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6.3 Reference Board Schematic
The next page shows the schematic of ML620Q150A Series Reference Board
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6.4 EVA Board Schematic
The next page shows the schematic of ML620Q150A Series EVA Board
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