User’s Manual
AppliletTM EZ for HCD Controller
For Ver. 8.30
User’s Manual
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How to Use This Manual
Target Readers
This manual is intended for user engineers who wish to understand the functions
of the PD78F8024, 78F8025, 78F0754, or 78F0756 in order to design and
develop its application systems and programs.
Purpose
This manual is intended to give users an understanding how to use Applilet EZ for
HCD Controller and of the functions described in the Organization below.
Organization
This manual is broadly divided into the following parts.
 Overview
 Installation
 Startup and termination
 Applilet EZ for HCD Controller operation
 Windows reference
How to Use This Manual
It is assumed that the readers of this manual have general knowledge of electrical
engineering, logic circuits, and microcontrollers.
 To understand the overall functions of Applilet EZ for HCD Controller
 Read this manual in the order of the CONTENTS. The mark <R> shows
major revised points. The revised points can be easily searched by copying
an “<R>” in the PDF file and specifying it in the “Find what:” field.
 To learn the details of the hardware functions of the PD78F8024
 Refer to PD78F8024, 78F8025 User’s Manual (U18976E).
 To learn the details of the hardware functions of the78K0/Ix2
 Refer to 78K0/Ix2 User’s Manual (R01UH0010E).
 To learn the details of the hardware functions of theRL78/I1A
 Refer to RL78/I1A User’s Manual (R01UH0169E).
Conventions
Data significance:
Higher digits on the left and lower digits on the right
Active low representation:  (overscore over pin or signal name)
Note:
Footnote for item marked with Note in the text
Caution:
Information requiring particular attention
Remark:
Supplementary information
Numerical representation: Binary ...  or B
Decimal ... 
Hexadecimal ... H
Related Documents
The related documents indicated in this publication may include preliminary
versions. However, preliminary versions are not marked as such.
Documents Related to Devices
Document Name
Document No.
PD78F8024, 78F8025 User’s Manual
U18976E
78K0/Ix2 User’s Manual
R01UH0010E
RL78/I1A User’s Manual
R01UH0169E
Documents Related to Development Hardware Tools
Document Name
Document No.
PG-FP5 Flash Memory Programmer User’s Manual
R20UT0008E
78K0/IA2 PWM Evaluation Board (EZ-0006) User’s Manual
ZBB-CE-09-0009-E
78K0/IB2 HBLED Evaluation Board (EZ-0005) User’s Manual
ZBB-CE-09-0010-E
RL78/I1A DC/DC LED Control Evaluation Board User’s Manual
R01UH0363E
Caution
The related documents listed above are subject to change without notice. Be sure to use the
latest version of each document for designing.
Documents Related to Development Software Tools
Document Name
RA78K0 Ver.3.80 Assembler Package User’s Manual
Note 1
Document No.
Operation
U17199E
Language
U17198E
Structured Assembly Language
Note 1
78K0 Assembler Package RA78K0 Ver.4.01 Operating Precautions (Notification Document)
CC78K0 Ver.3.70 C Compiler User’s Manual
Note 2
U17197E
ZUD-CD-07-0181-E
U17201E
Operation
U17200E
Language
Note 2
78K0 C Compiler CC78K0 Ver. 4.00 Operating Precautions (Notification Document)
ZUD-CD-07-0103-E
SM+Note 3 System Simulator User’s Manual
Operation
U18601E
User Open Interface
U18212E
ID78K0-QB Ver.2.94 Integrated Debugger User’s Manual
Operation
U18330E
ID78K0-QB Ver.3.00 Integrated Debugger User’s Manual
Operation
U18492E
PM plus Ver.5.20
Note 4
Note 5
PM+ Ver.6.30
U18416E
User’s Manual
CubeSuite+ V. 2.02.00 User’s Manual
Notes 1.
U16934E
User’s Manual
Start
R20UT2865E
Analysis
R20UT2868E
Message
R20UT2871E
RL78 Design
R20UT2684E
78K0 Design
R20UT2138E
RL78, 78K0R Coding
R20UT2774E
78K0 Coding
R20UT2141E
RL78, 78K0R Build
R20UT2623E
78K0 Build
R20UT0783E
RL78 Debug
R20UT2867E
78K0 Debug
R20UT0731E
This document is installed into the PC together with the tool when installing RA78K0 Ver. 4.01. For
descriptions not included in “78K0 Assembler Package RA78K0 Ver. 4.01 Operating Precautions”,
refer to the user’s manual of RA78K0 Ver. 3.80.
2.
This document is installed into the PC together with the tool when installing CC78K0 Ver. 4.00. For
descriptions not included in “78K0 C Compiler CC78K0 Ver. 4.00 Operating Precautions”, refer to the
user’s manual of CC78K0 Ver. 3.70.
3.
The current SM+ version supports only instruction simulation.
4.
PM+ Ver. 5.20 is the integrated development environment included with RA78K0 Ver. 3.80.
5.
PM+ Ver. 6.30 is the integrated development environment included with RA78K0 Ver. 4.01. Software
tool (assembler, C compiler, debugger, and simulator) products of different versions can be managed.
Caution
The related documents listed above are subject to change without notice. Be sure to use the
latest version of each document for designing.
Applilet, CubeSuite are a registered trademark of Renesas Electronics Corporation.
Windows, Windows Vista, Internet Explorer, and Excel are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Pentium is a trademark of Intel Corporation.
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW........................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Overview.......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Host Machine, Software, and Hardware Configurations ............................................................ 2
CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................... 4
2.1 Installing Application ..................................................................................................................... 4
2.1.1 Installing Applilit EZ for HCD Controller............................................................................................... 5
2.1.2 Installing compiler, assembler, or integrated development environment and device file ..................... 5
2.1.3 Folder configuration ............................................................................................................................ 6
2.1.4 Windows [start] menu and shortcut icon ............................................................................................. 7
2.2 Installing USB Driver...................................................................................................................... 7
2.3 Uninstall .......................................................................................................................................... 7
CHAPTER 3 STARTING AND ENDING.................................................................................................. 8
3.1 Starting ............................................................................................................................................ 8
3.1.1 Setting up at the first startup ............................................................................................................... 9
3.2 Ending............................................................................................................................................ 10
CHAPTER 4 APPLILET EZ FOR HCD CONTROLLER OPERATION.............................................. 11
4.1
4.2
4.2
4.3
Operation Flow ............................................................................................................................. 11
Setting Up the Evaluation Board ................................................................................................ 12
Setting Up the Evaluation Board ................................................................................................ 13
Mode Setting ................................................................................................................................. 14
4.3.1 Fix mode ........................................................................................................................................... 14
4.3.2 Variable mode ................................................................................................................................... 15
4.3.3 Analog Input mode ............................................................................................................................ 17
4.3.4 Serial Command mode...................................................................................................................... 19
4.3.5 DMX512 mode .................................................................................................................................. 21
4.3.6 DALI mode ........................................................................................................................................ 22
4.3.7 Switch mode...................................................................................................................................... 23
4.3.8 IR Remote controller control mode.................................................................................................... 24
4.4 Generation, Writing, and Evaluation..................................................................................................... 25
CHAPTER 5 WINDOW REFERENCE.................................................................................................... 29
5.1 Overview of Windows and Dialog Boxes................................................................................... 29
5.2 Description of Windows and Dialog Boxes ............................................................................... 30
APPENDIX A SAMPLE FILE.................................................................................................................. 40
A.1 [Reference] Measurement Environment for the Color Temperature...................................... 41
APPENDIX B SERIAL COMMAND MODE COMMUNICATION COMMANDS ................................. 42
Index-1
B.1 Overview of Binary Type............................................................................................................. 42
B.1.1 Details of basic format 1 (host  target)........................................................................................... 43
B.1.2 Details of basic format 2 (target  host)........................................................................................... 44
B.1.3 Binary type execution example (EV-K0-HCD) .................................................................................. 45
B.2 Overview of ASCII Type .............................................................................................................. 45
B.2.1 Details of basic format 3 (host  target)........................................................................................... 46
B.2.2 Details of basic format 4 (target  host)........................................................................................... 47
B.2.3 ASCII type execution example.......................................................................................................... 47
B.3 Transmission/Reception Timing According to Communication Method .............................. 48
APPENDIX C DMX512 MODE COMMUNICATION DATA.................................................................. 50
C.1 Protocol Specifications ............................................................................................................... 50
C.2 Communication Data Specification ........................................................................................... 51
APPENDIX D DALI MODE COMMUNICATION DATA ....................................................................... 52
D.1 Protocol Specifications ............................................................................................................... 52
D.2 Transmission/Reception Timing Rules ..................................................................................... 54
APPENDIX E RESERVED AREAS USED IN ON-CHIP DEBUGGING............................................. 55
APPENDIX F 16-BIT TIMER/EVENT COUNTER 00 FUNCTIONS
(FOR PD78F8024/78F8025 AND 78K0/Ix2 ONLY) ....................................................... 57
Index-2
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW
1.1 Overview
Applilet EZ for HCD Controller is a tool used to automatically generate software for microcontrollers for LED lamps and
illumination and to write programs.
By specifying dimming and the communication mode on the GUI, Applilet EZ for HCD Controller can be used to easily
generate the programs that control the software for microcontrollers that control LEDs at a constant current. It can also be
used to automatically write the generated software to the flash memory in microcontrollers via a USB cable and to check
operation by using an evaluation board.
By using Applilet EZ for HCD Controller, the labor hours for controlling LEDs, developing communication software, and
checking operation can be significantly reduced. In addition, application systems for LED lamps and illumination that use
microcontrollers can be evaluated without microcontroller expertise.
<Configuration example>
USB cable
Evaluation board
(EV-K0-HCD, etc.)
PC (GUI)
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1.2 Host Machine, Software, and Hardware Configurations
The host machine, software, and hardware configurations for using Applilet EZ for HCD Controller are shown below.
(1) Host machine
 OS:
Windows XPTM (32-bit mode), Windows VistaTM (32-bit mode), Windows 7 (32-/64-bit mode)
 CPU:
Must satisfy the recommended requirements for each OS
 Memory: Must satisfy the recommended requirements for each OS
 USB:
USB 1.1 interface or later
(2) Software
 Applilet EZ for HCD Controller (this software)
 Browser: Internet ExplorerTM 6.0 or later
 Software that can edit CSV files, such as Microsoft ExcelTM
 Assembler/compiler/integrated development environment/device fileNote 1
<Renesas ElectronicsNote 2>
CompilerNote 6:
Assembler
CC78K0 (Ver. 3.80 or Ver. 4.00)
Note 6
RA78K0 (Ver. 3.70 or Ver. 4.01)Note 3
:
DF788025 or DF780756 (only when developing a system in PM+)Note 4
Device file:
Or
Integrated Development Environment: CubeSuite+ CA78K0, CA78K0R
<IAR Systems>
Integrated development environment: IAR Embedded Workbench
CompilerNote 6:
IAR C/C++ Compiler for Renesas 78K0
IAR C/C++ Compiler for Renesas RL78
Note 6
Assembler
:
IAR Assembler for Renesas 78K0
IAR Assembler for Renesas RL78
Note 6
Device file
DF-78K0-788025-EE_xxxxxNote 5
:
DF-78K0-Ix2-EE_xxxxxNote 5
Note 5
DF-RL78I1A-EE_xxxxx
<KPIT (GCC)>
GNURL78Note 7
Tool package:
 Parameter file
PRM78F8025········· Parameter file for the PD78F8024, 78F8025 including information of flash memory
programming
PRM78F0756········· Parameter file for the PD78F0754, 78F0756 including information of flash memory
programming
 Renesas Flash Programmer or WriteEZ5
········ Software for flash memory programming
 Board driver ············· Driver used to make the host PC recognize the evaluation board (EV-K0-HCD, etc.)
(3) Hardware
 Evaluation board
EV-K0-HCD ············· This is an evaluation board for high-brightness LEDs that uses the PD78F8024.
(Shine it)
Red, green, blue, and white LEDs are mounted on the board. The LEDs can be controlled in
8-bit resolution by using the constant-current driver IC mounted on the PD78F8024.
EV-K0-HCD2 ··········· This evaluation board is the same as the EV-K0-HCD—a board for evaluating highbrightness LEDs—except that it uses the PD78F8025 as the microcontroller unit.
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EZ-0005··················· This is an evaluation board for high-brightness LEDs that uses the PD78F0756 (78K0/IB2).
(78K0/Ix2LED)
Red, green, and blue LEDs are mounted on the board. The LEDs can be controlled by
using the internal features of the PD78F0756 and an FET without the constant-current
driver IC.
EZ-0006··················· This is an evaluation board for high-brightness LEDs that uses the PD78F0754 (78K0/IA2).
Red, green, blue, and white LEDs can be controlled in up to 16-bit resolution, by using this
board with the EZ-0007 (a PD168804 voltage reduction HBLED evaluation board).
EZ-0009··················· This is a development kit for the PD78F8024 and 78F8025.
This kit consists of a simple on-chip debug emulator and a target board. Up to four LEDs
can be controlled by adding circuits to the PD78F8025 mounted on the target board.
EZ-0011··················· This is an AC/DC evaluation board that uses the PD78F0756. It can control PFC and up to
3ch of LED. It writes in the microcontroller. MINICUBE2 is used to debug.
EZ-0012··················· This is an evaluation board for LEDs that uses the RL78K/I1A.
Red, green, and blue LEDs are mounted on the board. The LEDs can be controlled by
using the internal features of the L78/I1A and an FET without the constant-current driver IC.
RL78/I1A AC/DC······ This is an evaluation unit for the LED power source with the RL78/I1A implemented. It can
full digital 3-ch
control the power factor correction circuit (PFC) and up to three channels of LED. Writing to
LED control unit
the microcomputer and debugging are handled by using the on-board USB interface or E1.
Notes 1. The supported development environment differs depending on the OS used.
2. When using a software tool made by Renesas Electronics, software can be automatically generated using
Applilet EZ for HCD Controller without installing a device file.
However, to develop a system in the integrated development environment PM+ by using the generated
source file, a device file must be installed.
Device file for PD78F8024, 78F8025: DF788025
Device file for PD78F0754, 78F0756: DF780756
3. This includes the integrated development environment PM+.
4. The device file for PM+ is necessary to re-edit or re-compile a source file that was generated by Applilet EZ
for HCD Controller in PM+. The device file is not required when using the source file only in Applilet EZ for
HCD Controller.
5. “xxxx” indicates the version.
6. Applilet EZ for HCD may not operate depending on the versions of the complier, assembler, and device file.
7. Use e2studio from Renesas as the integrated development environment for GNURL78.
Cautions 1.
2.
It is recommended that the latest service pack be installed for any OS.
Applilet EZ for HCD Controller requires the compiler, assembler, or integrated development
environment and device file of an Renesas Electronics or IAR Systems product.
Remarks 1.
For details about how to obtain compilers, assemblers, integrated development environments, and
device files, contact your local Renesas Electronics sales representative.
2.
For details of the evaluation boards, refer to each user’s manual.
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CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION
2.1 Installing Application
The following applications must be installed to use Applilet EZ for HCD Controller.
 Applilit EZ for HCD Controller
 Compiler, assembler, or integrated development environment and device fileNote 1
Notes 1.
Install one of the following as the compiler, assembler, integrated development environment and device file.
Install the device file according to the chip mounted on the evaluation board.
<Renesas Electronics>
Compiler:
CC78K0 (Ver. 3.80 or Ver. 4.00)
Assembler:
RA78K0 (Ver. 3.70 or Ver. 4.01)
Device file:
DF788025 or DF780756 (only when developing a system in PM+)Note 2
Or
Integrated development environment: CubeSuite CA78K0/Ix2LED
<IAR Systems>
Integrated development environment: IAR Embedded Workbench
Compiler:
IAR C/C++ Compiler for Renesas 78K0
IAR C/C++ Compiler for Renesas RL78
Assembler:
IAR Assembler for Renesas 78K0
IAR Assembler for Renesas RL78
Device file:
DF-78K0-788025-EE_xxxxx
DF-78K0-Ix2-EE_xxxxx
DF-RL78I1A-EE_xxxxx
<KPIT (GCC)>
Tool package: GNURL78
2.
The device file for PM+ is necessary to re-edit or re-compile a source file that was generated by Applilet EZ
for HCD Controller in PM+. The device file is not required when using the source file only in Applilet EZ for
HCD Controller.
Remark
For details about how to obtain compilers, assemblers, integrated development environments, and device
files, contact your local Renesas Electronics sales representative.
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2.1.1 Installing Applilit EZ for HCD Controller
Double-click the AppEZHCD.msi file to start the installation wizard of Applilet EZ for HCD Controller.
Click the [Next] button and proceed with the installation by following the instructions that will be displayed in the wizard
window.
2.1.2 Installing compiler, assembler, or integrated development environment and device file
Install the compiler, assembler, or integrated development environment and device file according to each product
manual.
Caution After installation, the compiler to be used must be selected. For details, refer to 3.1.1 Setting up at
the first startup  Compiler setting.
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2.1.3 Folder configuration
Once the application has been successfully installed, the following folders are copied to the specified installation folder.
Figure 2-1. Folder Configuration
Installation folder (default: C:\Program Files\Renesas\Applilet EZ for HCD)
BaseProject
EV-K0-HCD
INCLUDE ····· Include file folder
OBJ ············· Object file folder
SRC ············· Source file folder
EZ-0005
INCLUDE
OBJ
SRC
Sample
EV-K0-HCD
EV-K0-HCD2
xxxx.xml ······· Sample file for board
(refer to APPENDIX A SAMPLE FILE for details
xxxx.xml
of sample files)
Tools
DEV ········································· Device file folder
PRM ········································ Parameter file folder
AppEzHCD.exe ··················································· Applilet EZ for HCD Controller executable file
board.xml ····························································· Information file of evaluation board
(Evaluation board name).bmp ····························· Bitmap data of evaluation board
NIConverter.exe ·················································· File internally used by Applilet EZ for HCD Controller
R20UT0435EJxxxx_APPLILETEZ.pdf ················· PDF file of user’s manual
wez5ctl.dll ···························································· File for flash memory programming
Caution The files under BaseProject are internally used by the system. Do not change the folders and files
under BaseProject.
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2.1.4 Windows [start] menu and shortcut icon
When installing of the application has been completed normally, the following folder will be copied into the specified
installation folder.
Figure 2-2. Windows [start] Menu (Windows XP)
The following shortcut icon is displayed on the Windows desktop.
Figure 2-3. Shortcut Icon
2.2 Installing USB Driver
USB driver is required when using an evaluation board. The USB driver for evaluation board is stated in the disk media
provided or in an e-mail message.
The first time that the host machine is connected to the evaluation board via the bundled USB cable, Windows’ [Found
New Hardware Wizard] appears, prompting for installation of the USB driver.
Proceed with the installation by following the windows that will be displayed.
2.3 Uninstall
To uninstall Applilet EZ for HCD Controller, C compiler, and assembler, go to the Windows Control Panel and select
[Add or remove programs] (in Windows XP).
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CHAPTER 3 STARTING AND ENDING
3.1 Starting
To start Applilet EZ for HCD Controller, go to the Windows [start] Menu and select [All Programs] [Programs] 
[Applilet EZ for HCD]  [Applilet EZ for HCD] (refer to Figure 2-2 Windows [start] Menu (Windows XP)), or double click
the shortcut icon on the Windows Desktop (refer to Figure 2-3 Shortcut Icon).
Once Applilet EZ for HCD Controller is started, the following Main window opens.
Figure 3-1. Main Window When Starting
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3.1.1 Setting up at the first startup
 Compiler setting
On [Setting] menu, select [Select Compiler], and then select the compiler name to be used.
 Compiler folder setting
(a) On the [Setting] menu, select [Compiler Folder] to specify the folder in which the compiler to be used is installed.
Inputting the path is not usually required because the path is automatically retrieved. If the path is not
automatically entered, enter it manually.
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(b) Specifying the folder in which to save the generated configuration file (*.xml) and the source and project files
(*.prj).
On the [Setting] menu, select [Project Folder] . The following dialog box will then be displayed.
Folder in which to save the generated
configuration file (*.xml) .
Folder in which to save the source and project
files (*.prj) .
Change the location where the *.xml and *.prj files are saved as required.
(c)
Flash programming setting
The COM Port connected to the flash memory programmer or the board is specified here.
The location for setting will vary depending on the board used.
On the [Setting] menu, select [Flash Program…] .The following dialog box will be displayed when menu.
If the evaluation board (EZ-0011, etc.) is using MINICUBE2, specify the place where the programming GUI QBProgrammer is installed in “for EZ-0011”.
If an evaluation board which has a USB interface (EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, or EZ-00xx) is used, select the
connected COM Port in “Other Board” and press the [OK] button.
Remark If an evaluation board which has a USB interface is used, leave the setting of step (b) as AUTO, because
the COM port will be automatically detected. However, if multiple boards are connected or boards cannot
be properly connected, select the COM port to which the boards are connected.
3.2 Ending
To exit from Applilet EZ for HCD Controller, go to the Main window’s [File] menu and select [Exit].
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This chapter describes the operation flow, from automatically generating object codes (*.hex) by using Applilet EZ for
HCD Controller and writing to the flash memory, up to checking operation by using the evaluation board.
4.1 Operation Flow
Start Applilet EZ for HCD Controller
Setting up at the first startup (refer to 3.1.1)
· Compiler
· Setting file (*.xml) folder
· Project file (*.prj) folder
· Flash programming
Setting up the evaluation board
Menu -> [Project] -> [CPU]
Refer to 4.2
Mode setting (to the next page)
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Setting up the evaluation board (from the previous page)
Mode setting
Switch mode
Variable mode
In this mode, the dimming levels are changed by the
switch connected to the board.
Refer to 4.3.7
In this mode, LED dimming can be continuously
changed. The output pattern can be specified as in
art software.
Fix mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed according to the
input fixed values.
Select
Click the [Edit] button
Refer to 4.3.1
DMX512 mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed using the
DMX512 protocol.
Select
Menu -> [Project] -> [DMX512]
Refer to 4.3.2
Analog Input mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed according to the
A/D converted values.
Refer to 4.3.5, Chapter 5
DALI mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed using the DALI
protocol.
Refer to 4.3.3
Select
Serial Command mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed by using
commands depending on the type of communication.
Specify the communication format, communication
command type, and channels to use for serial
communication.
Menu -> [Project] -> [DALI]
Refer to 4.3.4
Motion Sensor/Light Sensor mode
Refer to 4.3.6, Chapter 5
In these modes, the LEDs are dimmed by using
the motion sensor and light sensor connected to
the board, respectively.
IR remote control mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed using the remote
control signal reception function on the board.
Refer to 4.3.8
Refer to 4.3.9 for Motion Sensor mode
Refer to 4.3.10 for Light Sensor mode
Refer to 4.3
Caution Some modes may be unavailable,
depending on the board
specifications. For details, see
,
the each board s manual.
Save the project
Generation, writing, and evaluation (refer to 4.4)
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4.2 Setting Up the Evaluation Board
In the menu, select [Project] and then [CPU] to set up the evaluation board in the dialog box below.
Performing this setup updates the specified mode displayed in the main window.
(1)
(2)
(6)
(3)
(4)
(7)
(8)
(5)
(1) Target:
Select the evaluation board to use.
(2) Device:
If an evaluation board is selected, the mounted microcontroller is displayed. (This setting cannot be changed.)
(3) Clock Source:
Select the clock to use. This setting might be fixed depending on the setting of (1).
(4) Frequency (MHz):
Select the frequency. This setting might be fixed depending on the setting of (1) and (3).
(5) Channel X:
Specify the channels to enable by selecting their [Enable] checkboxes.
Specify the color of the lighting of each channel by using the [Color] buttons.
These settings might not be selectable or changeable depending on the setting of (1).
Enter the max current level of each channel in [Limit].
* This setting may be unavailable, depending on the board.
(6) Enable ‘On Chip Debug’.:
If this checkbox is selected, a program that enables on-chip debugging is generated.
If this setting is specified for the EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009, UART6 cannot be selected in serial
command mode.
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(7) All Channel Synchronized.:
If this checkbox is selected, the brightness of all selected channels will be the same.
If only one channel is selected, this checkbox is disabled.
(8) Logarithmic dimming control.:
Select this checkbox to logarithmically change the dimming of the LEDs.
If this checkbox is not selected, values such as duty factors are handled as direct values. If the checkbox is
selected, the specified value is converted to logarithmic value.
4.3 Mode Setting
Select a mode to use from Dimmer Program on the main window and set the details.
4.3.1 Fix mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed according to the input fixed values.
If multiple channels are set to synchronization mode (refer to 4.2 (7)), the duty value can be specified only for channels
that have lower numbers. (The duty value cannot be entered for the other channels, but the same duty value applies.)
The corresponding [Chx duty] (where x is the channel number) turns black for the other channels to synchronize.
<1> Select the [Fixed Duty] button in Dimmer Program (This button is selected by default.).
Note
<2> Enter a value into the [Ch1] to [Ch4] boxes
<3> Click
or select a color from the [Select Color] drop-down list.
icon or select Menu  [File]  [Save] to save the project.
Note The values that can be entered vary depending on the evaluation board.
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4.3.2 Variable mode
In this mode, LED dimming can be continuously changed.
The output pattern can be specified as in art software.
<1> Select the [Variable] button in Dimmer Program.
<2> Click the [Edit] button to open a separate window, shown below.
Edit the output pattern in this window.
(a) Selecting the channel to operate
(b) Selecting the operation mode
(c) Editing tools
The cursor
position and
specified values
are displayed.
Specify the number of data units and speed.
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(a) Selecting the channel to operate
Select the channel to edit. Only channels that can be edited can be selected.
Select all channels or individual channels.
The brightness curve of a selected channel is displayed as a bold line.
(b) Selecting the operation mode
Range selection
A range can be selected by left-clicking and then dragging the mouse in the brightness
mode
curve editing field. Editing tools are used for the selected range.
Freehand line
mode
A freehand line can be drawn by left-clicking and then dragging the mouse in the
brightness curve editing field. This mode is enabled only if one operation channel is
selected.
All data of the selected channel is cleared.
Clear mode
CSV editing
mode
The brightness values are output to a CSV file and an editing application (the
application associated with the extension .csv) starts. Control does not return to
Applilet EZ for HCD Controller until the application is closed.
(c) Editing tools
Turns changes in the values of a selected channel or selected range into a straight
Straight line
line.
The straight line connects the values of the start and end positions in the selected
range.
Sets the values in the selected range to their maximum specifiable values.
Maximization
Sets the values in the selected range to their minimum value (0).
Minimization
Color
specification
Specifies the color of a value in the selected range from the color specification
window. This tool is enabled only if all operation channels and a range are
selected.
Shifts the values in the selected range to the left, right, up, or down by one point. If
Shifting
these buttons are clicked while holding down the [Ctrl] key, the values shift in 10point units.
Cuts the values in the selected range and temporarily retains them in a buffer. The
Cutting
cut values can be pasted to any position by using the paste button. This tool is
enabled only if one operation channel is selected.
Temporarily copies the values in the selected range to a buffer. The copied values
Copying
can be pasted to any position by using the paste button. This tool is enabled only if
one operation channel is selected.
Pastes the data temporarily retained in a buffer. The position to which to paste the
Pasting
data must be selected as a range. Multiple channels can be selected for pasting.
Values that were cut or copied when one channel was selected are applied to the
values of the selected channels.
Undoes the previous operation. This can be used to undo only the most recent
Undo
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<3> When editing has been completed, click the [OK] button.
<4> Click
icon or select Menu  [File]  [Save] to save the project.
4.3.3 Analog Input mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed according to the A/D converted values.
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<1> Select the [Analog Input] button in Dimmer Program and specify from the [use] drop-down list the A/D conversion
value to be used for the duty.
(For the EV-K0-HCD)
 [each channel]
The conversion value of each A/D conversion port is applied to the duty of the corresponding effective channel.
<Example> When Channels 1 and 2 are effective
ANI0  Channel 1
ANI1  Channel 2
 [ANIx only]
The conversion value of the selected A/D conversion port is applied to the duty of all effective channels.
<Example> When ANI3 is selected and Channels 1 and 2 are effective
ANI3  Channels 1, 2
Caution ANIx varies depending on the evaluation board.
<2> Set the number of samples to be used in moving average processing.
Caution When the number of samples is set to 1, the moving average processing is not performed.
icon or select Menu  [File]  [Save] to save the project.
<3> Click
Remarks 1.
To use this mode, an analog signal source must be connected to the analog input port (ANI) of the
microcontroller. For details, refer to the user’s manuals of the microcontroller and evaluation board.
2.
The moving average interval is 5 ms.
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4.3.4 Serial Command mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed by using commands depending on the type of communication.
Specify the communication format, communication command type, and channels to use for serial communication.
To use this mode, a host controller for serial communication must be connected to the serial communication port of the
evaluation board. For details, refer to the user’s manuals of the microcontroller and evaluation board.
For the command of Serial Command mode, refer to APPENDIX B SERIAL COMMAND MODE COMMUNICATION
COMMANDS.
<1> Select the [Serial Command] button in Dimmer Program and specify from the [by] and [type] drop-down lists the
communication mode and communication command system to be used, respectively.
 [by]
Note 1
Select from UART6
UART6
, UART0, SPI, and IIC.
Serial communication is performed in this mode by using UART (universal asynchronous
receiver transmitter) with the TxD6 or RxD6 pin of the device.
UART1
Serial communication is performed in this mode by using UART (universal asynchronous
receiver transmitter) with the TxD1 or RxD1 pin of the device.
UART0
Serial communication is performed in this mode by using UART with the TxD0 or RxD0
pin of the device.
SPI
3-wire serial communication is performed in this mode by using the SI1n, SO1n, or SCK1n
pin of the device. The following pins can be used as enabling pins when using the device
of the evaluation board as the slave. (For details, see the [CSI Property] dialog box
described in CHAPTER 5 WINDOW REFERENCE.)
 The INTP0, INTP2, or INTP3 pin: EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009
 The SSI11 pin: EZ-0005 and EZ-0006
Remark n = 0: EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009
n = 1: EZ-0005 and EZ-0006
IIC
2
Serial communication is performed in this mode via the I C (inter-integrated circuit) bus by
using the SCLn and SDAn pins of the device.
Remark n = 0:
EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009
n = A0: EZ-0005 and EZ-0006
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Note 2
Select from ASCII and BINARY.
ASCII
Communication by using ASCII codes is performed.
BINARY
Communication by using binary data is performed.
<2> Click
Notes 1.
icon or select Menu  [File]  [Save] to save the project.
For the EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009, UART6 cannot be selected when [Enable ‘On Chip
Debug’] is checked in the [Board Property] dialog box.
2.
Remark
[type] can be set only if UART is selected.
A program that corrects errors in the internal high-speed oscillation clock frequency is generated when the
EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009 are selected and the CPU clock and communication mode to be
used are set as follows.
 CPU clock:
Internal high-speed oscillation clock (Set to “Internal osc.” via the [Board
Property] dialog box.)
 Communication mode: UART0 or UART1 or UART6 (Select the [Serial Command] option button for the
Dimmer Program, select “UART0” or “UART1” or “UART6” via [by], and select
“ASCII” or “BINARY” via [type].)
This correction program calibrates one frame of receive data in the following format immediately after a reset
(about 100 ms) when the CPU operates with the internal high-speed oscillation clock and serial
communication is to be performed with UART0 or UART6.
Accordingly, data for calibration must be
transmitted first from the host controller.
[Format of data for calibration]
1 data frame
Start bit
D0
D1
 Baud rate:
Selected clock
 Parity bit:
None
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
Stop bit
 Data length: 8 bits (LSB)
 Stop bit:
1 bit
To perform calibration with UART0, connect P00/TI000 and P11/RxD0.
UART reception operation can be started after calibration has ended normally.
When calibration succeeds in ASCII mode, the welcome message is displayed.
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4.3.5 DMX512 mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed by using the DMX512 protocol.
For the communication command of DMX512, refer to APPENDIX C DMX512 MODE COMMUNICATION DATA.
Note
<1> Select the [DMX512] button in Dimmer Program
.
<2> Push the [Setting] button and then [DMX512…] in the menu, and then specify the channel number. For details
about this setting, see the [DMX512 Property] dialog box described in CHAPTER 5 WINDOW REFERENCE.
<3> Click
icon or select Menu  [File]  [Save] to save the project.
Note For the EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009, DMX512 cannot be selected with the following settings.
 When the clock source is set to [Internal osc.] in the [Board Property] dialog box
 When the CPU clock is set to 4 MHz by selecting UART0 or UART6 via [by]
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4.3.6 DALI mode
In this mode, the LEDs are dimmed by using the DALI protocol.
DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) is an international open standard lighting control communication protocol,
mainly used for light control of multiple fluorescent lamps or LED lights.
For the communication command of DALI, refer to APPENDIX D DALI MODE COMMUNICATION DATA.
<1> Select the [DALI] button in Dimmer Program.
<2> Open the [DALI Property] dialog box by selecting [Project] and then [DALI…] in the menu, and then specify the
channel number. For details about this setting, see the [DALI Property] dialog box described in CHAPTER 5
WINDOW REFERENCE.
<3> Click
icon or select Menu  [File]  [Save] to save the project.
Caution: When using the GNU GCC compiler in RL78/I1A AC/DC full digital 3-ch LED control unit, values
specified for the Factory Burn in parameter in the Memory Bank section defined by IEC62386-102 and
values specified for all parameters in the Declaration of variables section except the ROM parameter
are not retained when the power to the microcontroller is turned off or the microcontroller is reset.
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4.3.7 Switch mode
In this mode, light is controlled depending on the switches connected to the board. Only EZ-0011 can be selected. Each
switch number corresponds to an LED channel in EZ-0011. Switch mode has 2 modes.
Mode1: Fade mode
You can press and hold the switch to gradually raise or lower (fade) the dimming level.
Press and release the switch to turn the light ON or OFF.
Press and hold to raise/lower the dimming level to the degree to which it is pressed.
Mode 2 level dimming mode
Go to 1520305010050302015 [%] by pressing down the switch to change the dimming level in
steps.
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4.3.8 IR Remote controller control mode
In this mode, lights are dimmed by using the on-board function for receiving remote control signals. Remote control
signals in the Renesas format can be received. This mode can be selected only for EZ-0012.
In this mode, the custom code and data code can be specified as a four-digit and a two-digit hexadecimal respectively.
The dimming level is changed as OFF --> 100% --> 50% --> 10% --> OFF every time the remote control code is received.
When an evaluation is performed using the infrared remote control function of the lighting communication master
evaluation board (EZ-0008), which is optionally available, set the following values based on the channel settings on the
master evaluation board.
 CH01: Custom code = 0x0000. Data code = 0x5AA5
 CH02: Custom code = 0x0000. Data code = 0xDA25
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4.4 Generation, Writing, and Evaluation
In the following procedures, object codes (*.hex) are automatically generated and software is written to a microcontroller.
After writing has been completed, the operation can be checked by using the evaluation board.
The write procedure differs depending on the board used.
If the board has a USB interface, first confirm that the PC and USB cable are connected properly.
<1> Click the
icon to open the Build window. Preparation for generating object codes (*.hex) and writing will be
performed.
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Remark If an abnormality occurs during object code generation (*.hex) or flash writing, an error code may be
displayed.
Example: “code = xx”
Take the following countermeasures according to the code number (xx) displayed.
Code No.
Countermeasures
2
Applilet EZ for HCD Controller may not be correctly installed. Reinstall it.
3
Data cannot be written because the folder that should be set via the [Folders...] setting on the [Setting]
menu does not exist.
Re-set an appropriate folder.
4
The compiler or assembler selected via the [Compiler] setting on the [Setting] menu cannot be found.
Check whether the compiler or assembler is correctly selected and installed. If it still cannot be found,
reinstall the compiler or assembler.
5
The compiler or assembler selected via the [Compiler] setting on the [Setting] menu is not correctly
installed.
Reinstall the compiler or assembler.
9
The folder set via the [Folders...] setting on the [Setting] menu or the BASEPROJECT folder in the
installation folder of Applilet EZ for HCD Controller is set as a read-only folder.
Cancel the read-only setting for the whole folder.
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This is a system error of the compiler or assembler selected via the [Compiler] setting on the [Setting]
menu or the main body of Applilet EZ for HCD Controller.
Handle this error by checking the following points.
If a read-only folder or file exists under the folder set via the [Folders...] setting on the [Setting] menu,
cancel all read-only settings.
If the error still cannot be fixed, reinstall the compiler or assembler and the main body of Applilet EZ for
HCD Controller.
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Illegal value of DALI propaty. Details of the error are displayed by text as below. If two or more errors
exist, only the first detected error is displayed.
"Power-On Level" < "Min. Level“, "Power-On Level" > "Max. Level”,
"System Failure Level" < "Min. Level“, "System Failure Level" > "Max. Level"
"Min. Level" < "Physical Min. Level“, "Min. Level" > "Max. Level“, "Min. Level" < 1
"Min. Level" > 254, "Max. Level" < "Min. Level“, "Max. Level" > 254,
"Max. Level" < 1, "Fade Rate" < 1, "Fade Rate" > 15, "Fade Time" < 1
"Fade Time" >15, "Random Address" < 0x000000, "Random Address" > 0xFFFFFF
<2> Writing preparation
• If the board has a USB interface
Toggle the Program (PROG)/Run (RUN) switch on the evaluation board to “PROG” and then turn the evaluation
board off and on (The picture below shows an example of the EV-K0-HCD.). For details, refer to each user’s
manual of the evaluation boards.
OFF
(PROG)
ON
(RUN)
SW1
EV-K0-HCD
• If the board is using MINICUBE2
Connect the PC, MINICUBE2 and the board to each other, and turn ON the power of the evaluation board.
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<3> Writing
• If the board has a USB interface
Click OK button and flash programming is started.

• If the board is using MINICUBE2
Press the OK button. The flash programmer GUI will start.
Follow the flash programmer GUI operation procedure to write in the board.

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<4> Operating preparation
• If the board has a USB interface
When the program has been written normally, toggle the Program (PROG)/Run (RUN) switch to “RUN” and then
turn the evaluation board off and on.
• If the board is using MINICUBE2
Switch OFF the power of the board, remove the connection of MINICUBE2, and turn ON the power of the
evaluation board once again.
<5> Operating
• For EZ-0011 or RL78/I1A AC/DC Full digital 3ch LED control unit
Perform the auto tuning operation (lights all the LEDs of the connected channels) first to check the characteristics
of the connected LEDs. To start the auto tuning, push the switch 1 (SW1) after power ON. The operation of auto
selected program starts after the auto tuning.
If an illegal condition (such as internal overvoltage) occurs, the LEDs are automatically turned off and the operation
backs before auto tuning. In that case, push the switch 1 (SW1) again to start again from the auto tuning.Note
• For boards other than the above
The operation will start immediately when the power is turned ON.
Note
When protection against the circuit by the comparator is actuated in the RL78/I1A full digital LED control unit,
the status lamp will be turned on and off. In such cases, push a reset switch to start an auto tuning again.
Caution Since the Write/Execute procedure differs depending on the board used, see the board’s manual for
details.
Remark When only generating object codes (*.hex), click
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5.1 Overview of Windows and Dialog Boxes
The following windows and dialog boxes are provided with Applilet EZ for HCD Controller.
Table 5-1. List of Windows and Dialog Boxes in Applilet EZ for HCD Controller
Window/Dialog Box Name
Main window
Description
This window is opened automatically when Applilet EZ for HCD Controller
is started. This window is used to select and set all functions to be
included in the automatically generated object codes.
[UART6 Settings] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set UART6.
[UART1 Settings] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set UART1.
[UART0 Settings] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set UART0.
[IIC Property] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set IIC.
This setting operates only in slave mode.
[CSI Property] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set SS pin of CSI10.
This setting operates only in slave mode.
[DALI Property] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set DALI.
[DMX512 Property] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set DMX512.
[Board Property] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set the evaluation board.
For details, refer to 4.2.
[Compiler]
Select the compiler to be used.
For details, refer to 3.1.1.
[FLASH Programming Settings]
This dialog box is used to set flash programming.
dialog box
For details, refer to 3.1.1.
[Folder Settings] dialog box
This dialog box is used to set a folder into which the generated file is to be
saved.
For details, refer to 3.1.1.
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5.2 Description of Windows and Dialog Boxes
The following format is mainly used to describe Applilet EZ for HCD Controller’s windows and dialog boxes.
Window/dialog box name
The name of the window or dialog box is indicated in this text frame.
Next, the window or dialog box’s functions are described briefly and an illustration of the window or dialog box is shown.
Menu bar
The options that appear in pull-down menus under each item in the window’s menu bar are enumerated and described
briefly.
Tool bar
The functions corresponding to the buttons in the window’s tool bar are described.
Description of function-related areas
The areas corresponding to functions set via the dialog box are described below.
Function buttons
The various function buttons in the dialog box are described.
Other
Operation methods, functions, and other noteworthy items or caution points are described.
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Main window
This window is opened automatically when Applilet EZ for HCD Controller is started.
Setting items (Setting up the evaluation board, mode setting (refer to 4.2 and 4.3), etc.) are sequentially selected in this
window to automatically generate object codes (*.hex) that can be directly written to the flash memory of a microcontroller.
Figure 5-1. Main Window
Menu bar
Tool bar
Mode setting area
Note
Setting content display area
The following parts of this window are described below.
 Menu bar
 Tool bar
Note
For the mode setting area, refer to 4.3 Mode Setting.
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Menu bar
(1) [File] menu
[Create New]
This option is used to create a new setting.
Clicking the
[Open...]
button selects the same function.
This option is used to open an existing setting file.
Use the dialog box that opens for this option to select the existing setting file (*.xml).
Clicking the
[Save]
button selects the same function.
This option is used to save the current settings.
Clicking the
button selects the same function.
[Save as...]
This option is used to save the current settings with a newly named.
[Exit]
This option is used to close Applilet EZ for HCD Controller.
(2) [Project] menu
[Board...]
This option is used to open the [Board Property] dialog box.
[UART6...]
This option is used to open the [UART6 Settings] dialog box.
[UART0...]
This option is used to open the [UART0 Settings] dialog box.
[IIC..]
This option is used to open the [IIC Property] dialog box.
[CSI...]
This option is used to open the [CSI Property] dialog box.
[DALI...]
This option is used to open the [DALI Property] dialog box.
[DMX512...]
This option is used to open the [DMX512 Property] dialog box.
[Motion sensor.]
This option is used to open the [Motion sensor mode] dialog box.
[Light sensor.]
This option is used to open the [LightSensor mode] dialog box.
(3) [Build] menu
[Generate and Build]
Executes automatic generation of object codes (*.hex).
Clicking the
[FLASH Programming]
Writes an already generated object codes (*.hex).
Clicking the
[All procedure]
button selects the same function.
button selects the same function.
Executes automatic generation and writing of object codes (*.hex).
For the procedures from generation to writing, refer to 4.4 Generation, Writing, and
Evaluation.
Clicking the
button selects the same function.
(4) [Setting] menu
[Compiler]
Select the compiler to be used.
[FLASH Program...]
This option is used to open the [FLASH Programming Settings] dialog box.
[Folders...]
This option is used to open the [Folder Settings] dialog box.
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(5) [View] menu
[Toolbar]
Displays or hides the tool bar and status bar every time this is selected.
[Statusbar]
(default: display)
(6) [Help] menu
[Version...]
This option is used to display version information about Applilet EZ for HCD Controller.
Tool bar
The icons on the Tool bar are provided to enable one-click selection of frequently used menu items.
This selects the same function as when [Create New] is selected in the [File] menu.
This selects the same function as when [Open...] is selected in the [File] menu.
This selects the same function as when [Save] is selected in the [File] menu.
This selects the same function as when [Generate and Build] is selected in the [Build] menu.
This selects the same function as when [FLASH Programming] is selected in the [Build] menu.
This selects the same function as when [All procedure] is selected in the [Build] menu.
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[UARTx Settings] dialog box
This dialog box can be opened by clicking [UARTx...] in the [Project] menu.
Set UARTx in this dialog box.
The setting items are identical in both dialog boxes. The [UARTx Settings] dialog box is used below as an example.
Figure 5-2. [UARTx Settings] dialog box
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
The following parts of this window are described below.
 Description of function-related areas
 Function buttons
Description of function-related areas
(1) Speed:
This can be selected from 9,600, 19,200, and 115,200 bps.
(2) Data bits:
This is fixed to 8 bits and cannot be changed.
(3) Parity:
This can be selected from None, Odd, and Even.
(4) Start bit:, Stop bit:
These are fixed to LSB and 1 bit respectively, and cannot be changed.
Function buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to save the current settings and close the open dialog box.
Click this button to close the open dialog box without saving the current settings.
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When the EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009 are selected and the CPU clock is set to the internal
high-speed oscillation clock (fRH), the data received first is used as data for calibration (refer to Remark in
4.3.4 Serial Command mode). The settings made via the [UART6 Settings] or [UART0 Settings] dialog
box result in the communication data format after calibration.
[IIC Property] dialog box
This dialog box can be opened by clicking [IIC...] in the [Project] menu.
Set IIC in this dialog box.
This setting operates only in slave mode.
Figure 5-3. [IIC Property] dialog box
(1)
(2)
The following parts of this window are described below.
 Description of function-related areas
 Function buttons
Description of function-related areas
(1) Operation Mode:
This is fixed to Standard (100 kb/s) and cannot be changed.
(2) Slave Address:
A numeral of 8 to 119 can be entered. 24 is entered by default.
Function buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to save the current settings and close the open dialog box.
Click this button to close the open dialog box without saving the current settings.
Note A half of the value set in the field becomes IIC bus slave address.
For example, when 9 is set in the field, the address becomes 7-bit slave address as "0001001."
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[CSI Property] dialog box
This dialog box can be opened by clicking [CSI...] in the [Project] menu.
Set SS pin of CSI10 in this dialog box.
This setting operates only in slave mode.
Figure 5-4. [CSI Property] dialog box
<For the EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009>
< For the EZ-0005>
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(3)
(3)
The following parts of this window are described below.
 Description of function-related areas
 Function buttons
Description of function-related areas
(1) SlaveSelect Enable
Select this checkbox when using the SS pin function.
Items (2) and (3) cannot be set when this checkbox is not selected.
(2) Pin Assign
For the EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009, any of INTP0, INTP2, and INTP3 can be selected.
For the EZ-0005, this setting is fixed to SSI11.
(3) Active Level
For the EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, and EZ-0009, either LOW or HIGH can be selected.
For the EZ-0005, this setting is fixed to LOW.
Function buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to save the current settings and close the open dialog box.
Click this button to close the open dialog box without saving the current settings.
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[DALI Property] dialog box
This dialog box can be opened by clicking [DALI...] in the [Project] menu.
Set parameter of DALI in this dialog box.
Figure 5-5. [DALI Property] dialog box
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(11)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
The following parts of this window are described below.
 Description of function-related areas
 Function buttons
Description of function-related areas
(1) Version Number:
Specify the version number of the evaluation board (as a value from 0 to 255).
(2) Short Address:
Specify the default address of the evaluation board (as a value from 0 to 63 and 255).
Caution When the short address is assigned to the same address of the mounted LED channels, a right
result may not be acquired in command replies such as Query.
(3) Random Address:
Specify a value (from 0 to 0xFFFFFF) when assigning a random address to the evaluation board.
(4) Physical Min. Level:
Specify the minimum dimming level (as a value from 1 to 254) for the evaluation board.
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(5) Power-On Level:
Specify the dimming level for when turning on power (as a value from 1 to 255).
(6) System Failure Level:
Specify the dimming level for when a failure occurs (as a value from 0 to 255).
(7) Max. Level:
Specify the maximum dimming level (as a value from the minimum level to 254).
(8) Min. Level:
Specify the minimum dimming level (as a value from the physical minimum level to the maximum level).
(9) Fade Rate:
Specify the amount by which the dimming level is changed by fading (as a value from 1 to 15).
(10) Fade Time:
Specify the time required for the dimming level to be changed by fading (as a value from 0 to 15).
(11) Group
Specify the group the evaluation board belongs to. Multiple groups can be specified.
Function buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to save the current settings and close the open dialog box.
Click this button to close the open dialog box without saving the current settings.
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[DMX512 Property] dialog box
This dialog box can be opened by clicking [DMX512...] in the [Project] menu.
Set channel numbers of DMX512 in this dialog box.
Figure 5-6. [DMX512 Property] dialog box
(1)
(2)
The following parts of this window are described below.
 Description of function-related areas
 Function buttons
Description of function-related areas
(1) Channel X
Enter a number from 1 to 512 in order to assign each channel to a slot (channel) of the DMX512 protocol.
If an existing configuration file is open, the value in that file is displayed.
(2) Enable DMX Status Slot.
Input the slot (channel) to which to assign the DMX status as a value from 1 to 512.
Do not select this checkbox if not using the DMX status slot.
The status is valid only for EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, EZ-0009, or EZ-0006.
The following operations are performed according to the data of the slot (channel) to which the status is assigned.
0x80 (128): Sets the constant-current driver IC enable signal to low level (the shutdown status).
0x00 (0):
Sets the constant-current driver IC enable signal to high level (the enabled status).
No operation is performed for other values.
Remark The channel 4 and DMX status slot cannot be used for EZ-0005, EZ-0011.
Function buttons
Button
Description
Click this button to save the current settings and close the open dialog box.
Click this button to close the open dialog box without saving the current settings.
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APPENDIX A SAMPLE FILE
This chapter introduces sample files for specific colors.
These sample files are stored in the following folder.
C:\Program Files\Renesas\Applilet EZ for HCD\Sample\Board name\
Sample File Name
Description
Candle_xxxxx.xml
Candle light
color_temperature_3000K_xxxxx.xml
Color temperature 3,000 K
color_temperature_3500K_xxxxx.xml
Color temperature 3,500 K
color_temperature_4200K_xxxxx.xml
Color temperature 4,200 K
color_temperature_5000K_xxxxx.xml
Color temperature 5,000 K
color_temperature_6500K_xxxxx.xml
Color temperature 6,500 K
Flame_of_candle_xxxxx.xml
Candle flame
Flash_xxxxx.xml
Flash
Flame_of_Gas_xxxxx.xml
Flame of gas
Rainbow_xxxxx.xml
Rainbow
Random_xxxxx.xml
Random color
Remarks 1.
2.
Operation Mode
Fix mode
Variable mode
In the sample file names, “xxxxx” represents the name of an evaluation board.
Refer to A.1 [Reference] Measurement Environment for the Color Temperature for measurement
environment for the color temperature.
3.
Depending on the board, these files may not exist.
4.
If the LED being beforehand mounted on a board is changed, the color may be changed.
5.
In the condition of ch1 = Red, ch2 = Green, and ch3 = Blue for EZ-0011.
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A.1 [Reference] Measurement Environment for the Color Temperature
Data that was measured in the following environment is used for the color temperature sample file
(color_temperature_xxxxxK_) included with Applilet EZ for HCD Controller.
< Measurement environment >
 The whole measurement equipment is set up in a dark room where all outside light is cut off.
 A color sensor and lighting board are installed perpendicularly. A diffusion board is installed at the intersecting point,
tilted at 45.
 The distance L2 is set up so that the colors of the three LEDs are sufficiently mixed.
 The status of the mixed colors that is projected on the diffusion board is acquired by the color sensor.
 The lighting board is installed at a height so that the center of the LEDs and diffusion board are at the same height.
Diffusion board
L1
15.5 mm
Dark room
14.5 mm
Color sensor
45°
L2
Distance
L1 = fixed at 10 mm
EZ-0005(78K0/Ix2LED):L2 = 20 mm
EV-K0-HCD(Shain it):L2 = 20 mm
EZ-0007:L2 = 30 mm
Lighting board
Caution
The above measurement environment is intended for acquiring data to create a sample file and does
not guarantee the accuracy or reproducibility of colors.
Remark
In the above measurement environment, the following multimedia display tester, made by Yokogawa Electric
Corporation, is used as the measuring equipment:
Multimedia display tester: 3298F (3298 02 (the main unit) + 3298 21 (the color sensor))
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APPENDIX B SERIAL COMMAND MODE COMMUNICATION COMMANDS
This chapter describes the communication commands used between a host device (such as a PC or a microcontroller)
and a target device (the EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2, or EZ-00xx evaluation board). An application software that uses the
communication commands can be generated by selecting [Serial Command] in the Applilet EZ for HCD Controller and
determining the communication method. Refer to 4.3.4 for operation details.
Host Machine
(PC, microcontroller, etc.)
Various communications interfaces
Target
(EV-K0-HCD, EV-K0-HCD2,
EZ-0005, EZ-0006, or
EZ-0012 evaluation board)
The communication methods that can be selected with the Serial Command mode are UART6, UART0, IIC, and SPI
(CSI). With UART, binary types and ASCII types of these communication methods can be selected. With IIC and SPI
(CSI), only binary types are supported.
Refer to B.1 Overview of Binary Type, B.2 Overview of ASCII Type for details of each type.
Refer to B.3 for the timings of each communication method.
B.1 Overview of Binary Type
Basic format 1 (host  target)
startcode block
command block
parameter block
startcode
startcode
R/W
startcode
ch
parameter
8 bits
8 bits
1 bit
5 bits
2 bits
8 bits
Basic format 2 (target  host)
parameter block
parameter
8 bits
Basic formats 1 and 2 are binary type communication formats. Basic format 1 is used to transmit data from a host
device to a target device and consists of a startcode block, a command block, and a parameter block.
Basic format 2 is used to transmit data from a target device to a host device and consists of only a parameter block.
Details of each block are described below.
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B.1.1 Details of basic format 1 (host  target)
 startcode block
2 [byte] data, each byte consisting of 8 bits fixed to 0. It is required when transmitting data from a host device to a
target device.
 command block
1 [byte] data consisting of 8 bits. The meaning of each bit is as follows.
R/W (1 bit):
This bit specifies the flow of information. Whether status acquisition is requested to the target
device or an operation status is set to the target device changes, depending on this bit.
1 (READ):
This specifies status acquisition (during reception).
0 (WRITE):
This specifies setting (during transmission).
Command (5 bit): These bits specify the items whose status is to be acquired (during reception) or that is to be set
(during transmission). The following two item types exist and their meanings vary, depending on
whether they are set to status acquisition (during reception) or setting (during transmission).
01000 (Duty):
This item represents the duty.
Status acquisition (during reception) = When this command is selected, the target device returns as 1
[byte] data the duty setting value of the channel instructed with
“Ch”. Refer to B.1.2 for details.
Setting (during transmission) =
When this command is selected, the duty of the channel instructed
with “Ch” is set by using the value specified by “parameter”.
Note
10000 (Status): This item represents the status
.
Status acquisition (during reception) = Status acquisition (during reception) = When this command is
selected, the target device returns as 1 [byte] data the current
status. Refer to B.1.2 for details.
Setting (during transmission) =
When this command is selected, the value specified by
“parameter” is used to set the status of the target device.
1000 0000 (0x80): Shutdown (sets the EN pin to low level)
0000 0000 (0x00): Enable status (sets the EN pin to high level)
Ch (2 bit):
These bits specify the target channel.
00 Channel 1
01 Channel 2
10 Channel 3
11 Channel 4
Note
Do not use the status command for EZ-0005, which does not use a constant-current driver IC, because no
status acquisition or status specification command is provided in EZ-0005.
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 parameter block
1 [byte] data consisting of 8 bits.
This block has no meaning when set to status acquisition (during reception: R/W = 1)Note 1. Specify 0x00 for status
acquisition (during reception).
When it is set to setting (during transmission: R/W = 0), it has the following meaning according to “Command (5 bits)”
of the command block.
01000 (Duty):
During duty setting
This specifies the duty of the channel instructed with “Ch”. A value within the range of 0 to 0xFF (255) can
be specified.
10000 (Status): During status settingNote 2
This specifies the current status of the target device.
1000 0000 (0x80): Shutdown status (sets the EN pin to low level)
0000 0000 (0x00): Enable status (sets the EN pin to high level)
Notes 1.
2.
This has no meaning but it cannot be omitted.
Do not use the status command for EZ-0005, which does not use a constant-current driver IC, because no
status acquisition or status specification command is provided in EZ-0005.
B.1.2 Details of basic format 2 (target  host)
 parameter block
1 [byte] data consisting of 8 bits.
It is not transmitted when the host device has selected setting (during transmission: R/W = 0).
When status acquisition (during reception: R/W = 1) has been selected, it has the following meaning according to
“Command (5 bits)”.
01000 (Duty):
During duty setting
This returns as 1 [byte] data the duty setting value of the channel instructed with “Ch”.
The duty value holds a value within the range of 0 to 0xFF (255).
10000 (Status): During status settingNote 1
This returns as 1 [byte] data the current status of the target device. The status of the target device is one
of the following.
1000 0000 (0x80): Shutdown status (EN pin: low level)Note 2
0000 0000 (0x00): Enable status (EN pin: high level)
Notes 1.
Do not use the status command for EZ-0005, which does not use a constant-current driver IC, because no
status acquisition or status specification command is provided in EZ-0005.
2.
Shutdown status during status acquisition occurs due to the following causes.
 When overheat protection alarm output (SH) of the constant-current driver IC enters an alert state (high
level)
 When Shutdown status has been set by a communication command
In both cases, operation or standby input (EN pin) of the constant-current driver IC becomes low level in
Shutdown status.
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B.1.3 Binary type execution example (EV-K0-HCD)
1. Target device status acquisition
 Transmission from the host device
Hexadecimal:
Binary:
00
00
C0
00
0000 0000
0000 0000
1100 0000
0000 0000
 Reception from the target device (Enable status)
Hexadecimal:
Binary:
00
0000 0000
2. Setting the duty of channel 1 of the target device to 10
 Transmission from the host device
Hexadecimal:
Binary:
00
00
20
0A
0000 0000
0000 0000
0010 0000
0000 1010
 Reception from the target device
None
3. Acquiring the duty value of channel 3 of the target device
 Transmission from the host device
Hexadecimal:
Binary:
00
00
A3
00
0000 0000
0000 0000
1010 0011
0000 0000
 Reception from the target device (duty value = 255)
Hexadecimal:
Binary:
FF
1111 1111
4. Setting the status of the target device to Shutdown
 Transmission from the host device
Hexadecimal:
Binary:
00
00
40
80
0000 0000
0000 0000
0100 0000
1000 0000
B.2 Overview of ASCII Type
Basic format 3 (host  target)
ch
Comma (0x2C)
cmd
Comma (0x2C)
data
LineFeed (0x0D)
CarriageReturn (0x0A)
1 byte
1 byte
2 bytes
1 byte
3 bytes
1 byte
1 byte
Basic format 4 (target  host)
data
LineFeed (0x0D)
CarriageReturn (0x0A)
3 bytes
1 byte
1 byte
The ASCII-type communication format uses ASCII characters for transmission and reception, and can be selected only
if UART6 or UART0 has been selected as the communication method. Similarly with the binary type, there are two
communication formats of the ASCII type. Basic format 3 is used to transmit data from a host device to a target device,
consists of a ch block, a cmd block, and a data block, and is delimited by commas. Basic format 4 is used to transmit data
from a target device to a host device and consists of only a data block.
Furthermore, LineFeed (0x0D) and
CarriageReturn (0x0A) are added to each format.
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B.2.1 Details of basic format 3 (host  target)
 ch block
1 [byte] data. It specifies the channel to be controlledNote 1.
Specifiable values: “1”, “2”, “3”, “4”
 cmd block
2 [byte] data. It can be used to specify for the duty and status of each channel of the target device, status acquisition
(during reception) or setting (during transmission). The following four items can be specified.
Specifiable items: “wd” Set DutyNote 2 ···········This sets the duty of the channel specified with the “ch” block.
“rd”
Read DutyNote 2 ········This requests the setting of duty of the channel specified with the “ch”
block.
“ws” Set Status
“rs”
Notes 2, 3
Read Status
·····This sets the status of the target deviceNote 1.
Notes 2, 3
··This requests the status of the target deviceNote 1.
When requesting to the target device has been specified, the target device returns the current status. Refer to B.2.2
for details.
Notes 1.
When “status” has been selected for an item of the cmd block, specification of the ch block has no
meaning, but it cannot be omitted. Specify fixing to “1”.
2.
All items of the cmd block must be expressed by using lowercase characters. Uppercase characters
cannot be specified.
3.
Do not use the status command for EZ-0005, which does not use a constant-current driver IC, because no
status acquisition or status specification command is provided in EZ-0005.
 data block
3 [byte] data. It has the following meanings according to the items specified with the cmd block.
cmd = “wd”Note 1: This specifies as 3 digits in decimal format the value of the duty to be set. (“000” to “255”)
cmd = “ws”:
This specifies as 3 digits in decimal format the value of the status to be set. Two values can be
specified.
“128”: Shutdown status (sets the EN pin to low level)
“000”: Enable status (sets the EN pin to high level)
cmd = “rd” and “rs”Note 1: This specifies “000” with a duty or status request to the target deviceNote 2.
Notes 1.
Do not use the status command for EZ-0005, which does not use a constant-current driver IC, because no
status acquisition or status specification command is provided in EZ-0005.
2.
When cmd is “rd” and “rs”, the data block has no meaning, but it cannot be omitted.
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B.2.2 Details of basic format 4 (target  host)
 data block
3 [byte] data. The data is transmitted from the target device only when cmd is “rd” and “rs”, among the items
specified for basic format 3.
cmd = “rd”:
cmd = “rs”
This returns as 3 digits in decimal format the duty value of the specified channel. (“000” to “255”)
Note 1
: This returns as 3 digits in decimal format the status state.
“128”: Shutdown status (EN pin: low level)Note 2
“000”: Enable status (EN pin: high level)
Notes 1.
Do not use the status command for EZ-0005, which does not use a constant-current driver IC, because no
status acquisition or status specification command is provided in EZ-0005.
2.
Shutdown status during status acquisition occurs due to the following causes.
 When overheat protection alarm output (SH) of the constant-current driver IC enters an alert state (high
level)
 When Shutdown status has been set by a communication command
In both cases, operation or standby input (EN pin) of the constant-current driver IC becomes low level in
Shutdown status.
B.2.3 ASCII type execution example
Remark
LineFeed (0x0D) and CarriageReturn (0x0A) are expressed as \r and \n, respectively, in this section.
1. Target device status acquisition
 Transmission from the host device
“1,rs,000\r\n”
 Reception from the target device (Enable status)
“000\r\n”
2. Setting the duty of channel 1 of the target device to 10
 Transmission from the host device
“1,wd,010\r\n”
 Reception from the target device
None
3. Acquiring the duty value of channel 3 of the target device
 Transmission from the host device
“3,rd,000\r\n”
 Reception from the target device (duty value = 255)
“255\r\n”
4. Setting the status of the target device to Shutdown
 Transmission from the host device
“1,ws,128\r\n”
 Reception from the target device
None
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B.3 Transmission/Reception Timing According to Communication Method
The method and timing of transmission and reception differ according to the communication method. The differences
of each communication method are as follows.
<UARTx (ASCII/BINARY)>
In communication using a UART, transmission and reception are performed completely asynchronously. A
transmission operation of the target device uses basic format 1 or 3, and occurs only when the host device has requested
information acquisition (during reception) to the target device.
UART communication example
Host transmission pin (TxDNote 1)
Target reception
00H
STbit
D6
D0
D7
SPbit
Basic format 1 or 3Note 2
Calibration data
Host reception pin (RxDNote 1)
Target transmission
STbit
D6
D0
D7
SPbit
Basic format 2 or 4Note 2
100 [ms]
CalibrationNotes 3, 4
Host device transmission
Target device transmission
Notes 1. Name of the signal line on the host side
2. This is a waveform of when parity has been set to “None”.
3. Calibration will be required when using the internal high-speed oscillation for the EV-K0-HCD board.
Transmit 00H data after 100 [ms] have elapsed since having started the target device.
4. To perform calibration with UART0, short the RxD0 and P00/TI000 pins.
<SPI/CSI>
During transmission and reception with the SPI or CSI, the host device is the master device.
acquisition (during reception) of the target device, dummy data is transmitted.
For information
SPI communication example
Slave select pin
(SSNotes 1, 2)
Host clock pin
(SCK10Note 3)
Host transmission pin (SI10Note 3)
Target reception
D7
D6
D5
Undefined
Undefined
Undefined
D3
D2
D1
D0
D7
D6
Undefined
Undefined
D7
D6
Undefined
Undefined
Maximum 52 [clocks]
Host device transmission
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0
D1
D0
Dummy data (1 byte)Note 4
Basic format 1 (4 bytes)
Host reception pin (SO10 Note 3)
Target transmission
D5
D5
D4
D3
D2
Basic format 2 (1 byte)
Target device transmissionNote 5
Notes 1. Select whether to use an SS pin and which pin to use for the SS pin in [CSI Property] dialog box. Because,
for the EV-K0-HCD board, the SS pin is controlled using software, up to 52 cycles of the target system CPU
clock are required for the signal status of the SS pin to be recognized and transfer to be enabled.
2. This waveform is an example of when the SS pin is set to LowActive.
3. Name of the signal line on the host side
4. To acquire information by using basic format 2, transmit dummy data of one byte from the host device.
5. In target device transmission, only information acquisition (during reception) occurs for transmission from
the host device.
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<IIC>
In communication using an IIC, the host device is the master device. A communication operation such as that shown
below is performed for information acquisition (during reception) of the target device.
IIC communication example
Stop condition
Start condition
SCL0
SDA0
1
2
7
8
W
Address
1
9
D7
ACK
2
D6
Address specificationNote 1
7
D1
8
D0
9
~
NACK
Basic format 1 (4 bytes)
Host device transmission
Stop condition
Start condition
1
~
2
7
8
R
Address
Address specificationNote 1
1
9
ACK
D7
2
D6
7
D1
8
D0
9
NACK
Basic format 2 (1 byte)
Target device transmissionNote 2
Notes 1. Specify the address of the subject target device.
2. When the host device has transmitted a command whose status must be received with basic format 1,
communication must be performed by issuing a start condition from the host side, such as shown above for
“Target device transmission”.
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APPENDIX C DMX512 MODE COMMUNICATION DATA
The communication data by DMX512 mode is described below.
Host Machine
(PC, microcontroller, etc.)
Master board
(EZ-0008, etc.)
DMX communication
Target
Target
Target
DMX512 performs communication using the following protocol.
C.1 Protocol Specifications
<1> Packet
One packet is configured of one MTBP, one BREAK, one MAB, 513 frames, and 512 MTBFs.
The first frame is a start code and data is fixed to 0.
MTBP
MAB
BREAK
Frame
(Start code)
Frame
(Channel 1)
Frame
(Channel 512)
MTBF
MTBF
Name
Data width
Level
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.
BREAK
88 s
88 s
176 s
Low-level
MAB
8 s
8 s
1s
High-level
FRAME
44 s
44 s
44 s
MTBF
0 s
–
1s
High-level
MTBP
0 s
–
1s
High-level
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<2> Frame
One frame is configured of one start bit, eight data bits, and two stop bits.
One frame is equivalent to one UART communication data byte with a baud rate of 250 kbps, no parity, and two stop
bits.
MTBF
1 data frame
Start bit
D
D
D
D
Name
D
D
D
Data width
D
Stop bits
Level
Start bit
4 s
Data bits
4 s  8 bits
Low-level/High-level
Stop bits
4 s  2 bits
High-level
Low-level
C.2 Communication Data Specification
 The frame data bits are LSB first.
 The start code is fixed to 0x00. Packets with a start code other than 0x00 are invalid.
 Brightness data corresponding to channels 1 to 4 on the board are set to each frame (0  brightness data  255).
 If the DMX status is assigned to a channel in the PD78F8024 that has a constant-current driver IC or an evaluation
board that uses a constant-current driver IC (EV-K0-HCD or EZ-0006), the following operations are performed
depending on the channel data.
If 0x80 is received when DMX communication is enabled, DMX communication is shut down.
If 0x00 is received when DMX communication is shut down, DMX communication is enabled.
Example of communication data (when the DMX status is assigned to channel 5)
BREAK
Start code
MAB (fixed to 0x00H)
Channel 1
(brightness
level of CH1:
0x00H to 0xFFH)
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0x00H to 0xFFH)
MTBP
MTBP
Channel 5
(Enable/
Shutdown:
0x00H/0x80H)
Channel 512
MTBP
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APPENDIX D DALI MODE COMMUNICATION DATA
The communication data by DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) mode is described below.
Master board
(EZ-0008, etc.)
Host Machine
(PC, microcontroller, etc.)
DALI communication
Target
Target
Target
Remark
The EV-K0-HCD is not supported DALI communication.
DALI performs communication using the following protocol.
D.1 Protocol Specifications
DALI is a network consisting of up to 64 short addresses and 16 group addresses, and performs half-duplex command
communication between one master and one slave or multiple slaves.
DALI commands are used for purposes such as setting the dimming level with 8-bit accuracy and saving or switching
among up to 16 arbitrary dimming levels.
The communication speed is 1,200 Hz 10%.
<1> Bit definition
A falling edge is bit-defined as “0” and a rising edge as “1”, because DALI communication uses Manchester code.
If no communication is performed, DALI communication is fixed to the high level.
Figure D-1. Bit Definition
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<2> Frame
 Forward frame
This is a frame used when transmitting from the master to a slave. A frame consists of 19 bits.
Figure D-2. Forward-Frame Structure
1 bit 1 bit
a
6 bits
1 bit
8 bits
2 bits
c
d
e
f
b
8 bits
a:
Start bit
This indicates the start of the frame. It is always the same waveform as “1”.
b-d: Address byte
This specifies the transmission destination of the frame.
e:
Data byte
f:
Stop bits
This specifies a command.
These indicate the end of the frame. These are fixed to the high level.
 Backward frame
This is a frame used when transmitting from the slave to a master. A frame consists of 11 bits.
Figure D-3. Backward-Frame Structure
a:
Start bit
b:
Data byte
c:
Stop bits
1 bit
8 bits
2 bits
a
b
c
This indicates the start of the frame. It is always the same waveform as “1”.
This replies to the master.
These indicate the end of the frame. These are fixed to the high level.
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D.2 Transmission/Reception Timing Rules
<1> Timing in the frame
1 bit width in DALI is 833.3 s 10% for both Forward and Backward frames.
Figure D-4. Timing in the Frame
Start bit Data bit Data bit
833.3 μs 833.3 μs 833.3 μs
Data bit
833.3 μs
Stop bitsNote
1666.67 μs
Note Because there are two stop bits, their timing is 1666.67 s.
<2> Timing among frames
With DALI, the following timing must be controlled in frame units.
 Forward frame width:
15.83 ms 10%
 Backward frame width:
9.17 ms 10%
 Communication interval between one Forward frame and the Backward frame:
2.92 to 9.17 ms
 Communication interval between one Forward frame and the next Forward frame:
9.17 ms min.
 Communication interval between one Backward frame and the next Forward frame:
9.17 ms min.
Figure D-5. Timing among frames
9.17 ms
15.83 ms min.
Forward
frame
2.92 to
9.17 ms
Forward
frame
9.17 ms
Backward
frame
9.17 ms
min.
Forward
frame
Forward start - Backward start
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APPENDIX E RESERVED AREAS USED IN ON-CHIP DEBUGGING
The reserved areas shaded in gray in Figures F-1 and F-2 are used during on-chip debugging.
Figure F-1. Reserved Areas Used in On-chip Debugging (PD78F8024)
Internal ROM space
Internal RAM space
0x03FFH
Debug monitor area
(381 bytes)
Stack area for debugging
(16 bytes)
0x0085H
0x0084H
Option byte area (5 bytes)
0x0080H
0x007FH
Software break area (2 bytes)
0x007EH
0 x 0 0 1 5 H UART6 reception interrupt vector
(2 bytes)
0x0014H
0x0003H
Debug monitor area (2 bytes)
0x0002H
0x0000H
Figure F-2. Reserved Areas Used in On-chip Debugging (78K0/Ix2)
Internal ROM space
0x028FH
0x018FH
0x018EH
Internal RAM space
Pseudo PRM area
(128 bytes (MAX.))
Debug monitor area
(256 bytes (MIN.))
0x008FH
0x008EH
0x0085H
0x0084H
Security ID setting area
(10 bytes)
0x007FH
0x007EH
Software break area (2 bytes)
0x0003H
0x0002H
Debug monitor area (2 bytes)
Stack area for debugging
(9 bytes (MAX.))
Option byte area (1 byte)
0x0000H
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Figure F-3. Reserved Areas Used in On-chip Debugging (RL78K/I1A)
Code flash memory
Internal RAM
Use prohibited
SFR area
Note 1
(512 bytes or
256 bytes Note 2)
Stack area for debugging Internal RAM
(4 bytes) Note 4
area
Mirror area
Code flash
area
: Area used for on-chip debugging
01000H
000D8H
000CEH
Debug monitor area
(10 bytes)
000C4H
Security ID area
(10 bytes)
On-chip debug option byte area
(1 byte)
000C3H
00002H
00000H
Debug monitor area
(2 bytes)
Note 3
Notes 1. Address differs depending on products as follows.
Products
Address of Note 1
R5F1076C, R5F107AC, R5F107BC
07FFFH
R5F107AE, R5F107DE
0FFFFH
2. When real-time RAM monitor (RRM) function and dynamic memory modification (DMM) function are not
used, it is 256 bytes.
3. In debugging, reset vector is rewritten to address allocated to a monitor program.
4. Since this area is allocated immediately before the stack area, the address of this area varies depending on
the stack increase and decrease.
That is, 4 extra bytes are consumed for the stack area used.
When using self-programming, 12 extra bytes are consumed for the stack area used.
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APPENDIX F 16-BIT TIMER/EVENT COUNTER 00 FUNCTIONS
APPENDIX F 16-BIT TIMER/EVENT COUNTER 00 FUNCTIONS
(FOR PD78F8024/78F8025 AND 78K0/Ix2 ONLY)
Driver functions are provided for using 16-bit timer/event counter 00 as an interval timer or for pulse width
measurement.
When using the functions, they must be added to a PM+ (integrated development environment) or SubeSuite+ project.
Add TM00Int.c and TM00Int_user.c to the project when using 16-bit timer/event counter 00 as an interval timer, and
add TM00PIs.c and TM00PIs_user.c to the project when using 16-bit timer/event counter 00 for pulse width measurement.
Cautions 1. 16-bit timer/event counter 00 functions is not support with RL78/I1A.
2. TM00 cannot be used in variable mode or when using UART0 or UART6 for internal high-speed
oscillation.
3. 16-bit timer/event counter 00 functions cannot be used while DALI or the EZ-0011 board is used.
(1) TM00Int.c
 void IntervalTimer_init(void)
[Processing overview]
This function initializes TM00 as an interval timer.
After TM00 is initialized, it is stopped, and IntervalTimer_Start() must be called to start it.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
None
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Int.h
 void IntervalTimer_Start(void)
[Processing overview]
This function starts a count operation of TM00 that has been initialized.
Interval interrupts are set to be unmasked and the interrupt handler is set to be called.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
None
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Int.h
 void IntervalTimer_Stop(void)
[Processing overview]
This function stops the count operation of TM00.
Interval interrupts are set to be masked and the interrupt handler is set not to be called.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
None
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Int.h
 unsigned char IntervalTimer_SetInterval( unsigned char ucUnit, unsigned long ulValue )
[Processing overview]
This function reflects the interval specified by a parameter to the interval setting-related registers (CR000,
PRM00) of TM00.
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[Return value]
Processing result Successful
Failed
... TRUE (1)
... FALSE (0)
[Parameter]
unsigned char ucUnit ..... Unit of interval setting value
UNIT_SEC............1 s
UNIT_MILLISEC.......1 ms
UNIT_MICROSEC.......1 s
UNIT_NANOSEC........1 ns
UNIT_FALLING_EDGE...Number of times the falling edge of the TI000 pin is
detected
UNIT_RISING_EDGE....Number of times the rising edge of the TI000 pin is
detected
UNIT_BOTH_EDGE...Number of times the rising or falling edge of the TI000 pin is
detected
unsigned long ulValue ..... Interval setting value
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Int.h
[Remark]
A failure will be returned if this function is called while starting TM00.
(2) TM00Int_user.c
 __interrupt void Interval_interrupt( void )
[Processing overview]
This is the interval interrupt handler.
The processing content is to be described by the user.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
None
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Int_user.c
(3) TM00Pls.c
 void PulseMeasure_init(void)
[Processing overview]
This function initializes TM00 as the pulse width measurement function.
After TM00 is initialized, it is stopped, and PulseMeasure_Start() must be called to start it.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
None
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Pls.h
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 void PulseMeasure_Start()
[Processing overview]
This function starts a count operation of TM00, which has been initialized, in clear & start mode set by inputting
the valid edge of the TI000 pin.
Interrupts are set to be unmasked by detecting the valid edge of the TI000 pin and the interrupt handler is set to
be called.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
None
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Pls.h
 void PulseMeasure_Stop()
[Processing overview]
This function stops the count operation of TM00.
Interrupts are set to be masked by detecting the valid edge of the TI000 pin and the interrupt handler is set not
to be called.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
None
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Pls.h
 void PulseMeasure_GetPulseWidth( unsigned long* ulPulseCycle, unsigned long* ulHighWidth, unsigned long*
ulLowWidth )
[Processing overview]
This function acquires the measured pulse cycle and positive and negative pulse widths.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
unsigned long* ulPulseCycle ..... Pointer of the area in which the pulse cycle is to be stored
unsigned long* ulHighWidth ..... Pointer of the area in which the positive pulse width is to be stored
unsigned long* ulLowWidth ..... Pointer of the area in which the negative pulse width is to be stored
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Pls.h
[Remark]
The pulse cycle and positive and negative pulse widths are stored in the form of a count value of TM00.
Their values must be converted to time values, based on the time of one count of each setting.
Time of one count of each setting
MEASURE_RANGE_FPRS_1
4 MHz
8 MHz
16 MHz
0.25 s
0.125 s
0.0625 s
MEASURE_RANGE_FPRS_2_2
1 s
0.5 s
0.25 s
MEASURE_RANGE_FPRS_2_8
64 s
32 s
16 s
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(4) TM00Pls_user.c
 __interrupt void TI000_Capture_Interrupt( void )
[Processing overview]
This function calculates the pulse cycle and positive and negative pulse widths, based on the TM00 count
values stored in CR000 and CR010.
[Return value]
None
[Parameter]
None
[Prototype definition source]
TM00Pls_user.c
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