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User’s Manual
Renesas Starter Kit for SH2/7137
User’s Manual
RENESAS SINGLE-CHIP MICROCOMPUTER
SH2 FAMILY
Rev.1.00 2008.02
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Preface ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Chapter 2. Purpose ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Chapter 3. Power Supply.............................................................................................................................................................................. 5
3.1. Requirements .................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.2. Power – Up Behaviour ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 4. Board Layout .............................................................................................................................................................................. 6
4.1. Component Layout ............................................................................................................................................................................ 6
4.2. Board Dimensions ............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
Chapter 5. Block Diagram ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Chapter 6. User Circuitry .............................................................................................................................................................................. 9
6.1. Switches ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
6.2. LEDs ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9
6.3. Potentiometer .................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
6.4. Serial port .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
6.5. RCAN-ET ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
6.6. Debug LCD Module......................................................................................................................................................................... 10
6.7. Option Links .................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
6.8. Oscillator Sources ........................................................................................................................................................................... 20
6.9. Reset Circuit.................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Chapter 7. Modes ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
7.1. Boot mode ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
7.2. User Boot mode .............................................................................................................................................................................. 21
7.3. User Program mode ........................................................................................................................................................................ 21
7.4. Single chip mode............................................................................................................................................................................. 21
7.5. MCU extension mode 0................................................................................................................................................................... 22
7.6. MCU extension mode 2................................................................................................................................................................... 22
Chapter 8. Programming Methods ............................................................................................................................................................. 23
Chapter 9. Headers .................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
9.1. Microcontroller Headers .................................................................................................................................................................. 24
9.2. Application Headers ........................................................................................................................................................................ 27
Chapter 10. Code Development ................................................................................................................................................................. 31
10.1. Overview ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
10.2. Compiler Restrictions .................................................................................................................................................................... 31
10.3. Mode Support................................................................................................................................................................................ 31
10.4. Breakpoint Support ....................................................................................................................................................................... 31
10.5. Memory Map ................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
Chapter 11. Component Placement ........................................................................................................................................................... 33
Chapter 12. Additional Information ............................................................................................................................................................. 34
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Glossary
CPU
Central Processing Unit
HEW
High-performance Embedded Workshop
LED
Light Emitting Diode
RSK
Renesas Starter Kit
PC
Program Counter
E10A
On-chip debugger module for starter kits
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
RCAN
Renesas Controller Area Network
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Chapter 2. Purpose
This RSK is an evaluation tool for Renesas microcontrollers.
This manual describes the technical details of the RSK hardware. The Quick Start Guide and Tutorial Manual provide details of the
software installation and debugging environment.
Features include:
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Renesas Microcontroller Programming.
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User Code Debugging.
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User Circuitry such as Switches, LEDs and potentiometer.
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User or Example Application.
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Sample peripheral device initialisation code.
The RSK board contains all the circuitry required for microcontroller operation.
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Chapter 3. Power Supply
3.1. Requirements
This RSK operates from a 5V power supply.
A diode provides reverse polarity protection only if a current limiting power supply is used.
All RSK boards are supplied with an E10A debugger.
All RSK boards have an optional centre positive supply connector using a 2.0mm barrel power jack.
Warning
The RSK is neither under nor over voltage protected. Use a centre positive supply for this board.
3.2. Power – Up Behaviour
When the RSK is purchased the RSK board has the ‘Release’ or stand alone code from the example tutorial code pre-programmed into the
Renesas microcontroller. On powering up the board the user LEDs will start to flash. After 200 flashes, or after pressing a switch the LEDs
will flash at a rate controlled by the potentiometer.
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Chapter 4. Board Layout
4.1. Component Layout
The following diagram shows top layer component layout of the board.
Application board interface
JA5
Reset switch
JA1
RS232 Serial
LCD Display
Power
J7
LCD
Power LED
J3
CAN
JA3
Microcontroller
pin headers
J4
MCU
E8A Header
J2
E10A Header
J1
User LEDs
Boot LED
JA6
JA2
Application board interface
Potentiometer
Figure 4-1: Board Layout
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User switches
4.2. Board Dimensions
The following diagram gives the board dimensions and connector positions. All through hole connectors are on a common 0.1” grid for easy
interfacing.
Figure 4-2: Board Dimensions
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Chapter 5. Block Diagram
Figure 5-1 shows the CPU board components and their connectivity.
Figure 5-1: Block Diagram
Figure 5-2 shows the connections to the RSK.
Figure 5-2: RSK Connections
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Chapter 6. User Circuitry
6.1. Switches
There are four switches located on the CPU board. The function of each switch and its connection are shown in Table 6-1.
Switch
Function
Microcontroller
RES
When pressed, the RSK microcontroller is reset.
RESn, Pin 70(*)
SW1/BOOT*
Connects to an IRQ input for user controls.
IRQ0, Pin 46
The switch is also used in conjunction with the RES switch to place the device in
(Port B pin 2)
BOOT mode when not using the E10A debugger.
SW2*
Connects to an IRQ line for user controls.
IRQ1, Pin 45
(Port B, pin 3)
SW3*
Connects to the ADC trigger input. Option link allows connection to IRQ line.
IRQ2, Pin 44
The option is a pair of 0R links. For more details on option links, please refer
(Port B, pin 4)
to Sec 6.6.
Table 6-1: Switch Functions
*Refer to schematic for detailed connectivity information.
6.2. LEDs
There are six LEDs on the RSK board. The green ‘POWER’ LED lights when the board is powered. The orange BOOT LED indicates the
device is in BOOT mode when lit. The four user LEDs are connected to an IO port and will light when their corresponding port pin is set low.
Table 6-2, below, shows the LED pin references and their corresponding microcontroller port pin connections.
LED Reference (As
Colour
Microcontroller Port Pin
shown on silkscreen)
Microcontroller
Pin Number
LED0
Green
Port D0
40
LED1
Orange
Port D1
38
LED2
Red
Port D2
37
LED3
Red
Port D3
35
Table 6-2: LED Port
6.3. Potentiometer
A single turn potentiometer is connected to channel AN8 (PF8) of the microcontroller. This may be used to vary the input analogue voltage
value to this pin between AVCC and Ground.
6.4. Serial port
Serial port SCI2 is connected to the standard RS232 header. Serial port SCI0 can optionally be connected to the RS232 header. The
connections to be fitted are listed in the Table 6-3.
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Description
Function
Microcontroller
Fit for RS232
Remove for RS232
Port Pin
SCI2
Default serial port
58
R30
R53
SCI2
Default serial port
60
R39
R54
SCI0
Spare Serial Port
68
R53
R30
SCI0
Spare Serial Port
69
R54
R39
Table 6-3: Serial Port settings
The SCI2 port is also available on J3 and JA6. The SCI0 port is available on J3 and JA2.
6.5. RCAN-ET
The RCAN module can be used for RCAN communication.
Table 6-4 contains details of the signal descriptions and pin connections.
Description
Function
Microcontroller Pin
Header Pins
Number
CTx0
Transmit data input
42
J2-12
CRx0
Receive data output; reads out data
41
J2-11
from the bus lines
CAN_EN
Enable control input
49
J2-19
CAN_ERRn
Error and power-on indication output
63
J3-13
CAN_STBn
Standby control input
43
J2-13
Table 6-4: CAN module settings
6.6. Debug LCD Module
A debug LCD module is supplied to be connected to the connector LCD. This should be fitted so that the debug LCD module lies over J3.
Care should be taken to ensure the pins are inserted correctly into LCD. The debug LCD module uses a 4 bit interface to reduce the pin
allocation. No contrast control is provided; this is set by a resistor on the supplied display module. The module supplied with the RSK only
supports 5V operation.
Table 6-5 shows the pin allocation and signal names used on this connector.
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LCD
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Pin
1
Ground
-
2
5V Only
-
3
No Connection
-
4
DLCDRS (PD10)
28
5
R/W (Wired to Write only)
-
6
DLCDE + 100k pull down to ground (PD9)
29
7
No Connection
-
8
No connection
-
9
No Connection
-
10
No connection
-
11
DLCDD4 (PE0)
27
12
DLCDD5 (PE1)
26
13
DLCDD6 (PE2)
25
14
DLCDD7 (PE3)
24
Table 6-5 Debug LCD Module Connections
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6.7. Option Links
Table 6-6 below describes the function of the option links contained on this RSK board and associated with Serial Port Configuration. The
default configuration is indicated by BOLD text.
Option Link Settings
Reference
R54
Function
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Serial Port
Connects serial port SCI0 (Tx) to
Disconnects serial port SCI0
Configuration
D-type connector (SERIAL).
(Tx) from D-type connector
Related To
R53
(SERIAL).
R53
Serial Port
Connects serial port SCI0 (Rx) to
Disconnects serial port SCI0
Configuration
D-type connector (SERIAL).
(Rx) from D-type connector
R54
(SERIAL).
R47
R42
R53
Serial Port
Disables RS232 Serial
Enables RS232 Serial
configuration
Transceiver
Transceiver
Serial Port
Enables RS232 Serial
Disables RS232 Serial
configuration
Transceiver
Transceiver
Serial Port
Connects serial port SCI2 (Tx) to
Disconnects serial port SCI2
Configuration
D-type connector (SERIAL).
(Tx) from D-type connector
R42
R47
R54
(SERIAL).
R39
R30
R32
Serial Port
Routes serial port SCI2 (Rx) to
Disconnects serial port SCI2 (Rx)
R25, R26, R30,
Configuration
microcontroller pins.
from microcontroller pins.
R32, R36
Serial Port
Routes serial port SCI2 (Tx) to
Disconnects serial port SCI2 (Tx)
R25, R26, R32,
Configuration
microcontroller pins.
from microcontroller pins.
R36, R39
Serial Port
Routes serial port to JA6 pins.
Disconnects serial port from
R25, R26, R30,
JA6 pins.
R36, R39
Disconnects serial port from
R25, R26, R30,
JA6 pins.
R32, R39
Configuration
R36
Serial Port
Routes serial port to JA6 pins.
Configuration
R25
R26
Serial Port
Connects microcontroller
Disconnects microcontroller
R26, R30, R32,
Configuration
programming pin(PTRX) to D-type
programming pin (PTRX) from
R36, R39
connector (SERIAL).
D-type connector (SERIAL).
Serial Port
Connects microcontroller
Disconnects microcontroller
R25, R30, R32,
Configuration
programming pin(PTTX) to D-type
programming pin(PTTX) from
R36, R39
connector (SERIAL).
D-type connector (SERIAL).
Table 6-6: Serial port configuration links.
Table 6-7 below describes the function of the option links associated with application board interface. The default configuration is indicated
by BOLD text.
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Option Link Settings
Reference
R159
R151
R148
R147
R146
R136
R137
R133
R128
R132
R129
R125
R102
R106
R107
R103
R99
R97
Function
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Application
Use TRSTn of E10A debugger
Use M2_Wn of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use M2_Wn of application board
Use TRSTn of E10A debugger
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use TMS of E10A debugger
Use M2_Vn of application board
board interface
interface
interface.
Application
Use M2_Vn of application board
Use TMS of E10A debugger
board interface
interface.
interface
Application
Use TDO of E10A debugger
Use M2_Wp of application board
board interface
interface
interface.
Application
Use M2_Wp of application board
Use TDO of E10A debugger
board interface
interface.
interface
Application
Use TDI of E10A debugger
Use M2_Vp of application board
board interface
interface
interface.
Application
Use M2_Vp of application board
Use TDI of E10A debugger
board interface
interface.
interface
Application
Use TCK of E10A debugger
Use M2_Un of application board
board interface
interface
interface.
Application
Use M2_Un of application board
Use TCK of E10A debugger
board interface
interface.
interface
Application
Use ASEBRKn of E10A debugger
Use M2_Up of application board
board interface
interface
interface.
Application
Use M2_Up of application board
Use ASEBRKn of E10A
board interface
interface.
debugger interface
Application
Use TRIGb of application board
Use A14 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A14 of application board
Use TRIGb of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use TRIGa of application board
Use A13 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A13 of application board
Use TRIGa of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use TMR1 of application board
Use A12 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A12 of application board
Use TMR1 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
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Related To
R151
R159
R147
R148
R136
R146
R133
R137
R132
R128
R125
R129
R106
R102
R103
R107
R97
R99
Option Link Settings
Reference
R100
R98
R59
Function
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Application
Use TMR0 of application board
Use A11 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A11 of application board
Use TMR0 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use to connect to onboard LED3.
Use D3 of application board
board interface
R58
R60
R76
Application
Use D3 of application board
Use to connect to onboard
board interface
interface.
LED3.
Application
Use to connect to onboard LED2.
Use D2 of application board
R77
Application
Use D2 of application board
Use to connect to onboard
board interface
interface.
LED2.
Application
Use to connect to onboard LED1.
Use D1 of application board
R62
R63
R65
R64
R79
Application
Use D1 of application board
Use to connect to onboard
board interface
interface.
LED1.
Application
Use to connect to onboard LED0.
Use D0 of application board
R66
R59
R61
R60
R75
R76
R78
interface.
Application
Use D0 of application board
Use to connect to onboard
board interface
interface.
LED0.
Application
Use CS1n of application board
Use CRx0 for onboard RCAN
board interface
interface.
module.
Application
Use CRx0 for onboard RCAN
Use CS1n of application board
board interface
module.
interface.
Application
Use CAN_STBN for onboard
Use A19 of application board
board interface
RCAN module.
interface.
Application
Use A19 of application board
Use CAN_STBN for onboard
board interface
interface.
RCAN module.
Application
Use IRQ2 for onboard SW3.
Use A18 of application board
board interface
R80
R58
interface.
board interface
R78
R100
interface.
board interface
R75
R98
interface.
board interface
R61
Related To
R77
R63
R62
R64
R65
R80
interface.
Use IRQ2 for onboard SW3.
R79
Use SDA of application board
Use IRQ1 for onboard SW2 “or”
R67, R68
interface.
A17 of application board
Application
Use A18 of application board
board interface
interface.
Application
board interface
interface.
R68
Application
Use IRQ1 for onboard SW2.
board interface
Use SDA “or” A17 of application
board interface.
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R66, R67
Option Link Settings
Reference
R67
Function
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Application
Use A17 of application board
Use SDA of application board
board interface
interface.
interface “or” IRQ1 for onboard
Related To
R66, R68
SW2.
R81
Application
Use SCL of application board
Use IRQ0 for onboard SW1 “or”
board interface
interface.
A16 of application board
R82, R83
interface.
R83
Application
Use IRQ0 for onboard SW1.
board interface
R82
Use SCL”or” A16 of application
R81, R82
board interface.
Application
Use A16 of application board
Use SCL of application board
board interface
interface.
interface “or” IRQ0 for onboard
R81, R83
SW1.
R70
R69
R74
R73
R88
R90
R84
R85
R92
R94
R96
R91
R89
Application
Use UD of application board
Use CAN_EN for onboard RCAN
board interface
interface.
module.
Application
Use CAN_EN for onboard RCAN
Use UD of application board
board interface
module.
interface.
Application
Use IO6 of application board
Use A10 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A10 of application board
Use IO6 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use IO5 of application board
Use A9 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A9 of application board
Use IO5 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use IO4 of application board
Use A8 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A8 of application board
Use IO4 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use ADTRGn of application board
Use A7 ”or” IO3 of application
board interface
interface.
board interface.
Application
Use A7 of application board
Use ADTRGn “or” IO3 of
board interface
interface.
application board interface.
Application
Use IO3 of application board
Use ADTRGn “or” A7 of
board interface
interface.
application board interface.
Application
Use A6 of application board
Use IO2 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use IO2 of application board
Use A6 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
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R69
R70
R73
R74
R90
R88
R85
R84
R94, R96
R92, R96
R92, R94
R89
R91
Option Link Settings
Reference
R93
R95
R112
R105
Function
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Related To
Application
Use TXD2 for onboard RS232
Use IO1 of application board
board interface
module.
interface.
Application
Use IO1 of application board
Use TXD2 for onboard RS232
board interface
interface.
module.
Application
Use RXD2 for onboard RS232
Use WRLn, WRn “or” IO0 of
R101, R105,
board interface
module.
application board interface.
R109
Application
Use WRLn of application board
Use RXD2 for onboard RS232
R101, R109,
board interface
interface.
module “or” WRn “or” IO0 of
R112
R95
R93
application board interface.
R109
Application
Use WRn of application board
Use RXD2 for onboard RS232
R101, R105,
board interface
interface.
module “or” WRLn “or” IO0 of
R112
application board interface.
R101
Application
Use IO0 of application board
Use RXD2 for onboard RS232
R105, R109,
board interface
interface.
module “or” WRLn “or” WRn of
R112
application board interface.
R108
Application
Use IRQ3 of application board
Use of CAN_ERRn for onboard
board interface
interface.
RCAN module “or” A5 application
R104, R111
board interface.
R111
R104
Application
Use CAN_ERRn for onboard RCAN
Use IRQ3 “or” A5 of application
board interface
module.
board interface.
Application
Use A5 of application board
Use CAN_ERRn for onboard
board interface
interface.
RCAN module “or” IRQ3 of
R104, R108
R108, R111
application board interface.
R115
R113
R114
R116
R117
R119
R120
Application
Use PTTX of E8A debugger
Use A4 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A4 of application board
Use PTTX of E8A debugger
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use PTRX of E8A debugger
Use A3 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A3 of application board
Use PTRX of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use SCK0 of application board
Use A2 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use A2 of application board
Use SCK0 of application board
board interface
interface.
interface.
Application
Use TXD0 for onboard RS232
Use A1 of application board
board interface
module.
interface.
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R113
R115
R116
R114
R119
R117
R118
Option Link Settings
Reference
R118
R124
R121
Function
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Application
Use A1 of application board
Use TXD0 for onboard RS232
board interface
interface.
module.
Application
Use RXD0 for onboard RS232
Use A0 of application board
board interface
module.
interface.
Application
Use A0 of application board
Use RXD0 for onboard RS232
board interface
interface.
module.
Related To
R120
R121
R124
Table 6-7: Application board interface links.
Table 6-8 below describes the function of the option links associated with E8A and E10A debuggers. The default configuration is indicated
by BOLD text.
Option Link Settings
Reference
R178
Function
E8A
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
If FWE or R178 is fitted the Flash is
If both FWE and R178 are
protected from writing.
removed, writing to Flash is
Related To
enabled.
Table 6-8: E8A and E10A debugger links.
Table 6-9 below describes the function of the option links associated with power source. The default configuration is indicated by BOLD
text.
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Option Link Settings
Reference
R33
Function
MCU power
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Supply to MCU.
CPU current can be measured
supply
R161
R23
R24
R10
R3
Ground
Power source
Power source
Power source
Power source
Related To
across R33
Connects Analog & Digital
Separates Analog & Digital
grounds together.
grounds.
5V source signal will be powered
5V source signal will not be
from E8A_VCC.
powered from E8A_VCC.
CON_5V source signal will be
CON_5V source signal will not be
powered from E8A_VCC.
powered from E8A_VCC.
E8A_VCC will be used as external
E8A_VCC will not be used as
source.
external source.
Enables external power to board
Disable external power to board
from PWR connector.
from PWR connector.
R3, R10, R24
R3, R10, R23
R3, R10, R23
R10, R23, R24
R29
Power source
Board_VCC = 5V (or J5 1-2)
Board_VCC = 3V3 (or J5 2-3)
R24, R35
R24
Power source
CON_3V3 source signal will be
CON_3V3 source signal will not
R29, R35
powered from E8A_VCC.
be powered from E8A_VCC.
R35
Power source
Board_VCC = 3V3 (or J5 2-3)
Board_VCC = 5V (or J5 1-2)
R40
Power source
Board_VCC source signal will be
Board_VCC source signal will not
powered from E8A_VCC.
be powered from E8A_VCC.
R24, R29
Table 6-9: Power configuration links.
Table 6-10 below describes the function of the option links associated with clock configuration. The default configuration is indicated by
BOLD text.
Option Link Settings
Reference
R123
Function
Clock Oscillator
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
On-board Clock Source
External Clock Source
Related To
R126, R135,
R138
R130
Clock Oscillator
Parallel resistor for a crystal
Not fitted
R138
Clock Oscillator
External Clock Source
On-board Clock Source
R123, R126,
R135
R135
Clock Oscillator
On-board clock source is used
External clock source is used
R123, R126,
R138
R126
Clock Oscillator
On-board clock source is used
External clock source is used
R123, R135,
R138
Table 6-10: Clock configuration links.
Table 6-11 below describes the function of the option links associated with reference voltage source. The default configuration is indicated
by BOLD text.
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Option Link Settings
Reference
R49
Function
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Voltage
Voltage Reference set to board
Voltage Reference taken from
Reference
Vcc signal.
external connector (JA1 pin 7).
Voltage
Voltage Reference is taken from
Voltage Reference set to board
Reference
external connector (JA1 pin 7).
Vcc signal.
Related To
R50
Source
R50
R49
Source
Table 6-11: Voltage reference links.
Table 6-12 below describes the function of the option links associated with analog power supply. The default configuration is indicated by
BOLD text.
Option Link Settings
Reference
R52
R72
R71
Function
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
Analog Voltage
Analog Ground from external
Analog Ground from on board
Source
connector.
Vcc.
Analog Voltage
Analog voltage source from external
Analog voltage source from
Source
connector.
on-board AVcc.
Analog Voltage
Analog voltage source from
Analog Voltage Source from
Source
on-board AVcc.
external connector.
Related To
R71
R72
Table 6-12: Analog power supply links.
Table 6-13 below describes the function of the option links associated with MCU modes. The default configuration is indicated by BOLD
text.
Option Link Settings
Reference
R150
Function
MCU Mode
Fitted
Alternative (Removed)
MCU Extended Mode 0 enabled,
Related To
MCU Extended Mode 2 enabled
R172, R178
MCU User Boot mode disabled
R150, R178
also can be enabled by fitting jumper
in Exten_Mode
R172
MCU Mode
MCU User Boot Mode enabled, also
can be enabled by fitting jumper in
U_BOOT
Table 6-13: MCU mode links.
Table 6-14 below describes the function of the option links associated with switches configuration. The default configuration is indicated by
BOLD text.
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Option Link Settings
Reference
R46
Function
Fitted
Switches
Alternative (Removed)
SW3 can be used for ADTRGn
R48
ADTRGn
configuration
R48
SW3 can not be used for
Related To
SW3 can be used for IRQ2
Switches
SW3 can not be used for IRQ2
R46
configuration
Table 6-14: Switches configuration links.
6.8. Oscillator Sources
A crystal oscillator is fitted on the RSK and used to supply the main clock input to the Renesas microcontroller. Table 6-15 details the
oscillators that are fitted and alternative footprints provided on this RSK:
Component
Crystal (X1)
Fitted
10 MHz (HC49/4H package)
Table 6-15: Oscillators / Resonators
6.9. Reset Circuit
The CPU Board includes a simple latch circuit that links the mode selection and reset circuit. This provides an easy method for swapping
the device between Boot Mode and User mode. This circuit is not required on customer’s boards as it is intended for providing easy
evaluation of the operating modes of the device on the RSK. Please refer to the hardware manual for more information on the
requirements of the reset circuit.
The Reset circuit operates by latching the state of the boot switch on pressing the reset button. This control is subsequently used to
modify the mode pin states as required.
The mode pins should change state only while the reset signal is active to avoid possible device damage.
The reset is held in the active state for a fixed period via a resistor/capacitor delay circuit. Please check the reset requirements carefully
to ensure the reset circuit on the user’s board meets all the reset timing requirements.
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Chapter 7. Modes
This RSK supports Boot mode, User Boot mode, User Program Mode and User mode.
Details of programming the FLASH memory is described in the SH2/7137 Group Hardware Manual.
7.1. Boot mode
The boot mode settings for this RSK are shown in Table 7-1: Boot Mode pin settings below:
FWE
MD2n
MD1
1
0
0
LSI State after Reset End
Boot Mode
Table 7-1: Boot Mode pin settings
The software supplied with this RSK supports debugging with E10A which does not need Boot mode. To enter the Boot mode manually, do
not connect the E10A in this case. Press and hold the SW1/BOOT. The BOOT LED will be illuminated to indicate that the microcontroller is
in boot mode.
7.2. User Boot mode
Refer to SH2/7137 Group Hardware Manual for details of User Boot Mode. The user mode settings for this RSK are shown in Table 7-2:
user Mode pin settings below:
FWE
MD2n
MD1
1
0
1
LSI State after Reset End
User Boot Mode
Table 7-2: User Boot Mode pin settings
7.3. User Program mode
Refer to SH2/7137 Group Hardware Manual for details of User Program Mode. The User Program Mode settings for this RSK are shown in
Table 7-3: User Program Mode pin settings below:
FWE
MD2n
MD1
1
1
0
LSI State after Reset End
User Program Mode
Table 7-3: User Program Mode pin settings
7.4. Single chip mode
All ports can be used in this mode, however the external address cannot be used. The Single Chip Mode settings for this RSK are shown
in Table 7-4: Single Chip Mode pin settings below:
FWE
MD2n
MD1
0
1
1
LSI State after Reset End
Single Chip Mode
Table 7-4: Single Chip Mode pin settings
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7.5. MCU extension mode 0
CS0 space becomes external memory spaces with 8-bit bus width in SH7137. The MCU Extension Mode 0 settings for this RSK are shown
in Table 7-5: MCU Extension Mode 0 pin settings below:
FWE
MD2n
MD1
0
0
0
LSI State after Reset End
MCU Extension Mode 0
Table 7-5: MCU Extension Mode 0 pin settings
7.6. MCU extension mode 2
CS0 space becomes external memory spaces with 8-bit bus width in SH7137. The MCU Extension Mode 2 settings for this RSK are shown
in Table 7-6: MCU Extension Mode 2 pin settings below:
FWE
MD2n
MD1
0
1
0
LSI State after Reset End
MCU Extension Mode 2
Table 7-6: MCU Extension Mode 2 pin settings
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Chapter 8. Programming Methods
The board is intended for use with HEW and the supplied E10A debugger. Refer to SH2/7137 Group Hardware Manual for details of
programming the microcontroller without using these tools.
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Chapter 9. Headers
9.1. Microcontroller Headers
Table 9-1 to Table 9-4 show the microcontroller pin headers and their corresponding microcontroller connections. The header pins connect
directly to the microcontroller pin unless otherwise stated.
J1
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Pin
1
GROUND
-
2
TRSTn_M2_Wn
2
3
UC_VCC
-
4
TMS_M2_Vn
4
5
TDO_M2_Wp
5
6
TDI_M2_Vp
6
7
TCK_M2_Un
7
8
ASEBRKn_M2_Up
8
9
M1_Wn
9
10
M1_Vn
10
11
UC_VCC
-
12
M1_Wp
12
13
M1_Vp
13
14
GROUND
-
15
M1_Un
15
16
NC
-
17
M1_Up
17
18
CS0n
18
19
A15
19
20
A14_TRIGb
20
21
A13_TRIGa
21
22
A12_TMR1
22
23
A11_TMR0
23
24
DLCDD7
24
25
DLCDD6
25
26
DLCDD5
26
27
DLCDD4
27
28
DLCDRS
28
29
DLCDE
29
30
TRISTn
30
Table 9-1: J1
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J2
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Pin
1
D7
31
2
D6
32
3
D5
33
4
D4
34
5
D3_LED3
35
6
UC_VCC
-
7
D2_LED2
37
8
D1_LED1
38
9
GROUND
39
10
D0_LED0
40
11
CS1n_CRx0
41
12
CTx0
42
13
A19_CAN_STBn
43
14
A18_IRQ2
44
15
A17_IRQ1_SDA
45
16
A16_IRQ0_SCL
46
17
M2_TRISTn
47
18
UC_VCC
-
19
UD_CAN_EN
49
20
GROUND
-
Table 9-2: J2
J3
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Pin
1
IO7
51
2
A10_IO6
52
3
A9_IO5
53
4
A8_IO4
54
5
A8_ADTRGn_IO3
55
6
A6_IO2
56
7
UC_VCC
-
8
TXD2_IO1
58
9
NC
-
10
WRLn_WRn_RXD2_IO0
60
11
SCK2
61
12
RDn
62
13
A5_IRQ3_CAN_ERRn
63
14
GROUND
-
15
A4_PTTX
65
16
A3_PTRX
66
17
A2_SCK0
67
18
A1_TXD0
68
19
A0_RXD0
69
20
RESn
70
21
CON_XTAL
71
22
CON_EXTAL
72
23
NMI
73
24
FWE
74
25
NC
-
26
ASEMD0n
76
27
MD1
77
28
MD0
78
29
CON_AVSS
79
30
AN15
80
Table 9-3: J3
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J4
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Device
Pin
Circuit Net Name
Pin
Device
Pin
1
AN14
81
2
AN13
82
3
AN12
83
4
PIN84
84
5
PIN85
85
6
PIN86
86
7
ADPOT
87
8
CON_AVREF
88
9
AN7
89
10
AN6
90
11
AN5
91
12
AN4
92
13
CON_AVSS
93
14
AN3
94
15
AN2
95
16
AN1
96
17
AN0
97
18
CON_AVCC
98
19
UC_VCC
99
20
WDT_OVFn
100
Table 9-4: J4
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9.2. Application Headers
Table 9-5 to Table 9-9 below show the standard application header connections.
JA1
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
1
5V
CON_5V
-
2
0V
GROUND
-
3
3V3
CON_3V3
-
4
0V
GROUND
-
5
AVCC
CON_AVCC
98
6
AVss
CON_AVSS
79
7
AVref
CON_AVREF
88
8
ADTRG
ADTRGn
55
9
AD0
AN0
97
10
AD1
AN1
96
11
AD2
AN2
95
12
AD3
AN3
94
13
DAC0
NC
-
14
DAC1
NC
-
15
IO_0
IO0
60
16
IO_1
IO1
58
17
IO_2
IO2
56
18
IO_3
IO3
55
19
IO_4
IO4
54
20
IO_5
IO5
53
21
IO_6
IO6
52
22
IO_7
IO7
51
23
IRQ3
IRQ3
63
24
IIC_EX
NC
-
25
IIC_SDA
SDA
45
26
IIC_SCL
SCL
46
Table 9-5: JA1 Standard Generic Header
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JA2
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
1
RESn
RESn
70
2
EXTAL
CON_EXTAL
72
3
NMIn
NMI
73
4
VSS1
GROUND
-
5
WDT_OVF
WDT_OVFn
100
6
SCIaTX
TxD0
68
7
IRQ0
IRQ0
46
8
SCIaRX
RxD0
69
9
IRQ1
IRQ1
45
10
SCIaCK
SCK0
67
11
UD
UD
49
12
CTSRTS
NC
-
13
Up
M1_Up
17
14
Un
M1_Un
15
15
Vp
M1_Vp
13
16
Vn
M1_Vn
10
17
Wp
M1_Wp
12
18
Wn
M1_Wn
9
19
TMR0
TMR0
23
20
TMR1
TMR1
22
21
TRIGa
TRIGa
21
22
TRIGb
TRIGb
20
23
IRQ2
IRQ2
44
24
TRISTn
TRISTn
30
25
-
NC
-
26
-
NC
-
Table 9-6: JA2 Standard Generic Header
JA5
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
1
AD4
AN4
92
2
AD5
AN5
91
3
AD6
AN6
90
4
AD7
AN7
89
5
CAN1TX
CTx0
42
6
CAN1RX
CRx0
41
7
CAN2TX
NC
-
8
CAN2RX
NC
-
9
AD8
AN12
83
10
AD9
AN13
82
11
AD10
AN14
81
12
AD11
AN15
80
13
TIOC0A
NC
-
14
TIOC0B
NC
-
15
TIOC0C
NC
-
16
M2_TRISTn
M2_TRISTn
47
17
TCLKC
NC
-
18
TCLKD
NC
-
19
M2_Up
M2_Up
8
20
M2_Un
M2_Un
7
21
M2_Vp
M2_Vp
6
22
M2_Vn
M2_Vn
4
23
M2_Wp
M2_Wp
5
24
M2_Wn
M2_Wn
2
Table 9-7: JA5 Standard Generic Header
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JA6
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
1
DREQ
NC
-
2
DACK
NC
-
3
TEND
NC
-
4
STBYn
NC
-
5
RS232TX
RS232TX
-
6
RS232RX
RS232RX
-
7
SCIbRX
NC
-
8
SCIbTX
NC
-
9
SCIcTX
TXD2
58
10
SCIbCK
NC
-
11
SCIcCK
SCK2
61
12
SCIcRX
RXD2
60
13
-
-
-
14
-
-
-
15
-
-
-
16
-
-
-
17
-
-
-
18
-
-
-
19
-
-
-
20
-
-
-
21
-
-
-
22
-
-
-
23
-
-
-
24
-
-
-
Table 9-8: JA6 Standard Generic Header
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JA3
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
Pin
Generic Header Name
CPU board
Device
Signal Name
Pin
1
A0
A0
69
2
A1
A1
68
3
A2
A2
67
4
A3
A3
66
5
A4
A4
65
6
A5
A5
63
7
A6
A6
56
8
A7
A7
55
9
A8
A8
54
10
A9
A9
53
11
A10
A10
52
12
A11
A11
23
13
A12
A12
22
14
A13
A13
21
15
A14
A14
20
16
A15
A15
19
17
D0
D0
40
18
D1
D1
38
19
D2
D2
37
20
D3
D3
35
21
D4
D4
34
22
D5
D5
33
23
D6
D6
32
24
D7
D7
31
25
RDn
RDn
62
26
WRn
WRn
60
27
CS0n
CS0n
18
28
CS1n
CS1n
41
29
D8
NC
-
30
D9
NC
-
31
D10
NC
-
32
D11
NC
-
33
D12
NC
-
34
D13
NC
-
35
D14
NC
-
36
D15
NC
-
37
A16
A16
46
38
A17
A17
45
39
A18
A18
44
40
A19
A19
43
41
A20
NC
-
42
A21
NC
-
43
A22
NC
-
44
SDCLK
NC
-
45
CS2n
NC
-
46
ALE
NC
-
47
WRHn
NC
-
48
WRLn
WRLn
60
49
CASn
NC
-
50
RASn
NC
-
Table 9-9: JA3 Standard Generic Header
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Chapter 10. Code Development
10.1. Overview
Note: For all code debugging using Renesas software tools, the RSK board must be connected to a PC USB port via an E10A. An E10A
pod is supplied with the RSK product.
10.2. Compiler Restrictions
The compiler supplied with this RSK is fully functional for a period of 60 days from first use. After the first 60 days of use have expired, the
compiler will default to a maximum of 256K code and data. To use the compiler with programs greater than this size you need to purchase
the full tools from your distributor.
Warning: The protection software for the compiler will detect changes to the system clock. Changes to the system clock back in time may
cause the trial period to expire prematurely.
10.3. Mode Support
HEW connects to the Microcontroller and programs it via the E10A. Mode support is handled transparently to the user.
10.4. Breakpoint Support
HEW supports breakpoints on the user code, both in RAM and ROM.
Double clicking in the breakpoint column in the code sets the breakpoint. Breakpoints will remain unless they are double clicked to remove
them.
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10.5. Memory Map
Figure 10-1: Memory Map
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Chapter 11.Component Placement
Figure 11-1: Component Placement – Front view
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Chapter 12. Additional Information
For details on how to use High-performance Embedded Workshop (HEW, refer to the HEW manual available on the CD or from the web
site.
For information about the SH2/7137 series microcontrollers refer to the SH7137 Group hardware manual.
For information about the SH2/7137 assembly language, refer to the SH2 Series Software Manual.
Online technical support and information is available at: http://www.renesas.com/renesas_starter_kits
Technical Contact Details
America:
techsupport.rta@renesas.com
Europe:
tools.support.eu@renesas.com
Japan:
csc@renesas.com
General information on Renesas Microcontrollers can be found on the Renesas website at: http://www.renesas.com/
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Renesas Starter Kit for SH2/7137
User's Manual
Publication Date
Rev.1.00 14.02.2008
Published by:
Renesas Technology Europe Ltd.
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Buckinghamshire SL8 5FH, United Kingdom
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