Renesas PCA7412L-100 User`s manual

User’s Manual
PCA7412F-100
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Supported Devices:
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Precautions for Safety
WARNING
Warnings to Be Taken for Handling:
Do not modify this product. Personal injury due to electric shock may occur if this product is modified. Modifying
the product will void your warranty.
Warnings for Installation:
Do not set this product in water or areas of high humidity. Make sure that the product does not get wet. Spilling
water or some other liquid into the product may cause unrepairable damage.
Warnings for Storage when Not Using This Product for a Long Time:
(1) Attach the connector pins of this product to the conductive sponge included in the package.
(2) Put it into a conductive polyvinyl, and keep it in the package case shipped from the factory.
(3) Store it in the place where humidity and temperature are low and direct sunshine does not strike.
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Do not use if the ambient temperature exceeds the rated maximum ambient temperature.
The rated maximum ambient temperature of this product is 35°C.
Warnings when Using the PROM Programmer:
Select the proper programming mode of the PROM programmer.
Be sure to set the programming area as described in this user's manual.
Do not use the PROM programmer's device identification code readout function.
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Use caution when handling this product. Be careful not to apply a mechanical shock.
Do not directly touch the connector pins of this product. Static electricity may damage the internal circuits. Be
careful with the static electricity when handling this product and the MCU.
Attach this product to the IC socket on the PROM programmer properly.
Insert the MCU to the IC socket of this product properly.
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Contents
Contents
Page
1. Outline........................................................................................................................................................8
1.1 Package Components ............................................................................................................................................8
1.2 System Configuration............................................................................................................................................8
1.3 Specifications ........................................................................................................................................................9
1.3.1 Specifications ...............................................................................................................................................9
1.4 Memory Maps .....................................................................................................................................................10
2. Usage (How to Write the Program)..........................................................................................................12
2.1 Programming Procedures ....................................................................................................................................12
2.2 Attaching the Adapter to a PROM Programmer..................................................................................................13
2.3 Switch Settings ....................................................................................................................................................14
2.4 Mounting an MCU ..............................................................................................................................................15
2.5 Setting the Programming Area ............................................................................................................................17
2.6 Recommended PROM Programmers ..................................................................................................................18
3. Troubleshooting (Action in Case of an Error) ..........................................................................................19
3.1 Errors That Occur When Writing to PROM........................................................................................................19
3.1.1 When Newly Purchased .............................................................................................................................19
3.1.2 Previously Written Normally .....................................................................................................................19
3.1.3 MCU Does Not Function Normally ...........................................................................................................19
3.2 Other Precautions ................................................................................................................................................20
3.2.1 About Recommended PROM Programmers ..............................................................................................20
3.2.2 About Reading Out of the Device Identification Code*1 .......................................................................... 20
3.3 How to Request for Support ................................................................................................................................20
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1.
1.Outline
Outline
This product is a PROM programming adapter for the Renesas M16C/60 Series of 16-bit MCUs. The adapter is a tool that can
be used to write programs into internal PROM of MCUs using a PROM programmer commercially available. This chapter
describes the package components, external views, system configuration and the specifications of this product.
1.1
Package Components
This product package consists of the following items. When unpacking it, check to see if your product contains all of these
items. If there is any question or doubt about the packaged product, contact your local distributor.
Table 1.1 Contents
Product name
Main unit
Interface unit
Connector
User's Manual
1.2
Contents
PCA7412F-100
PCA7412F-100
PCA7412B
PCA7476E(32-pin)
This manual
PCA7412L-100
PCA7412L-100
PCA7412G-100
PCA7412G-100
PCA7412C
PCA7402E(32-pin)
PCA7413F-80
PCA7413F-80
PCA7412B
PCA7476E(32-pin)
System Configuration
Figure 1.1 shows a configuration of this product.
Main unit
Interface unit
Connector
Figure 1.1 External view of the programming adapter and constituent parts
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1.3
Specifications
1.3.1
Specifications
1.Outline
Table 1.2 lists common specifications of the programming adapters, and Table 1.3 list individual specifications of each
programming adapter.
Table 1.2 Common specifications
Item
Description
Operating clock frequency
Power supply
Main unit
8MHz
(Supplied by the ceramic oscillator mounted on the adapter)
Supplied from Vcc of the PROM programmer
Board to mount a programmable MCU
(IC socket for MCU mounted on it)
Interface board (buffer IC mounted)
PCA7412B
or
PCA7412C
(Connected by two rows of standard-pitch 18-pin connectors and
Board
two rows of standard-pitch 16-pin connectors to the upper and
(Interface
unit)
configuration
lower boards)
PCA7402E or PCA7476E Board to connect to the PROM Programmer
(32-pin connector)
(Standard-pitch 32-pin pin-header is mounted on it.)
Table 1.3 Individual specifications
Product name
Item
MCU
PCA7412F-100
IC socket
Internal ROM type
MCU
PCA7412L-100
IC socket
Internal ROM type
MCU
PCA7412G-100
IC socket
Internal ROM type
MCU
PCA7413F-80
IC socket
Internal ROM type
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Description
M16C/60 Series 100-pin QFP (100P6S-A)
e.g. M30600E8FP
IC51-1004-814-6 (made by Yamaichi Electronics Co. Ltd.)
EPROM
M16C/60 Series 100-pin LCC (100D0)
e.g. M30600E8FS
IC51-1004-804 (made by Yamaichi Electronics Co. Ltd.)
EPROM
M16C/60 Series 100-pin QFP (100P6Q-A)
e.g. M30600E8GP
IC51-1004-809 (made by Yamaichi Electronics Co. Ltd.)
EPROM
M16C/60 Series 80-pin QFP (80P6S-A)
e.g. M30601E8GP
IC51-804-711 (made by Yamaichi Electronics Co. Ltd.)
EPROM
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1.4
1.Outline
Memory Maps
Figure 1.2 shows memory maps of the MCU (M306V0EE and M306V2EE) and the PROM programmer. Figure 1.3 shows
memory maps of the other MCUs and the PROM programmer.
MCU
00000h
Unused area
PROM programmer
Offset: 80000h
00000h
Unused area
0FFFFh
10000h
8FFFFh
90000h
OSD ROM area
OSD ROM area
2FFFFh
30000h
AFFFFh
B0000h
Unused area
Unused area
4FFFFh
50000h
CFFFFh
D0000h
Internal ROM area
FFFFFh
Programming area
7FFFFh
Figure 1.2 Memory maps (M306V0EE and M306V2EE)
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MCU
PROM programmer
00000h
00000h
Unused area
Unused area
YYYYYh
XXXXXh
Internal ROM area
Programming area
FFFFFh
ROM size (byte)
E4: About 32K
E8: About 64K
EA: About 96K
EC: About 128K
ZZZZZh
ROM areas
Address YYYYY
Address XXXXX
F8000h
18000h
F0000h
10000h
E8000h
08000h
E0000h
20000h
Address ZZZZZ
1FFFFh
1FFFFh
1FFFFh
3FFFFh
Figure 1.3 Memory map (other MCUs)
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2.
2.Usage (How to Write the Program)
Usage (How to Write the Program)
This chapter describes how to write programs with a PROM programmer. For the operation of the PROM programmer, refer to
the user's manual of the PROM programmer.
2.1
Programming Procedures
Follow these procedures (1) through (8) to write programs into the MCU.
(1) Read the program into the PROM programmer.
1) For M306V0EE, M306V2EE
• OSD ROM, internal ROM: offset (80000h) required
2) For M306XXEC
• Internal ROM: offset (C0000h) required
3) For other MCUs
• Internal ROM: offset (E0000h) required
↓
(2) Attach the adapter to the PROM programmer. (See Section 2.2)
↓
(3) Set the JP1 switch. (See Section 2.3)
↓
(4) Insert the MCU into the adapter. (See Section 2.4)
↓
(5) Specify the programming area of the MCU using the PROM programmer.
(See Section 2.5) *1
↓
(6) Using the PROM programmer's erase check function, check whether data can be written
into the MCU's programming area. *2
↓
(7) Write the program into the programming area of the MCU using the PROM
programmer. *2
↓
(8) Verify the programming area of the MCU using the PROM programmer to check whether
the program is written into the MCU correctly. *2
CAUTION
*1
*2
Be sure to set the programming area. Otherwise the mode's shift to the programming mode may not be
performed successfully. The erase check function etc. may not also be performed completely.
Some PROM programmers perform these steps (6) through (8) automatically.
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2.2
2.Usage (How to Write the Program)
Attaching the Adapter to a PROM Programmer
As shown in Figure 2.1, attach the pin No. 1 of the connector PCA7402E or PCA7476E (standard-pitch 32-pin pin-header
mounted) to the No. 1 pin of the IC socket of the PROM programmer.
Connector
(PCA7402E or PCA7476E)
17
1
16
17
32
17
1
16
1
16
32
32-pin IC socket of
PROM programmer
32
Figure 2.1 Attaching the adapter to a PROM programmer
CAUTION
Be careful when attaching to the PROM programmer because an incorrect insertion can cause fatal damage to the
MCU.
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2.3
2.Usage (How to Write the Program)
Switch Settings
The position of the JP1 and its default setting are shown in Figure 2.2. For how to set the switch, see Table 2.1.
Top view
PCA7412F-100 REV.A
J2
J1
1
1
S
18
1
18
JP1
1M
4M
JAPAN
Figure 2.2 Position of the JP1 switch
Table 2.1 Setting the JP1 switch
Group
Other than M16C/6V
M16C/6V
Example
M30612E4-XXXFP
M306V2EEFP
JP1
1M
4M
CAUTION
• Make the setting properly, because an incorrect setting can cause fatal damage to the MCU.
• Select the proper programming mode of the PROM programmer.
• An example setting shown in Figure 2.2 is also applied to the PCA7412L-100, PCA7412G-100,
and PCA7413F-80.
• To use this product in M27C201 mode, set the JP1 switch to the 1M side.
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2.4
2.Usage (How to Write the Program)
Mounting an MCU
As shown in Figure 2.3, insert the MCU into the IC socket aligning the No. 1 pin. This also applies to the PCA7412L-100,
PCA7412G-100, and PCA7413F-80.
Top view
PCA7412F-100A REV.A
J1
1
18
No.1 pin of MCU
IC1
J2
1
1
IC socket
18
JP1
1M
4M
JAPAN
Figure 2.3 Mounting an MCU
CAUTION
Be careful when inserting the MCU because an incorrect insertion can cause fatal damage to the MCU.
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Side view
Direction to open
the IC socket
IC socket
Main unit
Interface unit
Up
Connector
Figure 2.4 Opening and closing the IC socket
CAUTION
Caution to Be Taken for Handling an MCU:
Do not directly touch the contact in the IC socket and the connector pins of this product because dirt may cause a faulty
connection. When not using this product, attach the connector pins of this product to the conductive sponge as it was shipped
from the factory.
Caution to Be Taken for Opening and Closing the IC Socket:
When opening and closing the IC socket, hold the adapter horizontally as shown in Figure 2.4. Otherwise the inside of the IC
socket may become damaged and cause a faulty connection.
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2.5
2.Usage (How to Write the Program)
Setting the Programming Area
To write the program into an MCU, be sure to set the programming area. And also, specify its device of the PROM
programmer. For programming areas and devices, see Table 2.2 and Table 2.3.
Table 2.2 List of programming areas (other than M16C/6V)
MCU type name
Example
MCU
M306XXE4
M306XXE8
M306XXEA
M306XXEC
M30612E4FP
M30613E4TGP
M30600E8FP
N/A
M30610ECFP
ROM size
PROM programmer
Device
Programming area
32KB
M5M27C101
64KB
96KB
128KB
M5M27C201
ROM area
of MCU
18000h-1FFFFh
F8000h-FFFFFh
10000h-1FFFFh
08000h-1FFFFh
20000h-3FFFFh
F0000h-FFFFFh
E8000h-FFFFFh
E0000h-FFFFFh
Table 2.3 List of programming areas (M16C/6V)
MCU type name
Example
ROM size
PROM programmer
Device
Programming area
M306VXEE
OSD ROM
(128KB)
Internal ROM
(192KB)
M5M27C401
MCU
M306V2EEFS
ROM area
of MCU
10000h-2FFFFh
90000h-AFFFFh
50000h-7FFFFh
D0000h-FFFFFh
CAUTION
• Specify a proper programming mode, because an incorrect setting can cause fatal damage to the MCU.
• The programming method for M5M27C101, M5M27C201 or M5M27C401 mode is the byte-programming
method.
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2.6
2.Usage (How to Write the Program)
Recommended PROM Programmers
The PROM programmers listed in Table 2.4 are recommended for the adapters. Using the actual products, we have verified
that these PROM programmers can be used to write programs without problem. Nonconformity occurring by using any other
PROM programmers can not be supported.
For the latest types of PROM programmer, please contact the manufacturer to confirm whether it can be used for your product.
Table 2.4 Recommended PROM programmers
Manufacturer
Type name
Programming voltage
(Vpp)
Device
M5M27C101 mode (Mitsubishi)
M5M27C201 mode (Mitsubishi)
Advantest
M5M27C401 mode (Mitsubishi)
Corporation
M5M27C101 mode (Mitsubishi)
R4945A
M5M27C201 mode (Mitsubishi)
M5M27C401 mode (Mitsubishi)
* TR4943, R4945 and R4945A are products of Advantest Corporation.
12.5[V]
R4945
Write-byte
12.75[V]
12.5[V]
12.75[V]
CAUTION
• Specify a proper programming mode, because an incorrect setting can cause fatal damage to the MCU.
• The programming method for M5M27C101, M5M27C201 or M5M27C401 mode is the byte-programming
method.
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3.
3.Troubleshooting (Action in Case of an Error)
Troubleshooting (Action in Case of an Error)
Be sure to check the following before seeking technical support.
3.1
3.1.1
Errors That Occur When Writing to PROM
When Newly Purchased
Cause
Programming
adapter
PROM programmer
Contact failure
3.1.2
See page
13
14
15
17
18
-
Previously Written Normally
Cause
Programming
adapter
PROM programmer
Contact failure
3.1.3
Check point
Is the adapter attached to the correct position of the PROM
programmer?
Is the switch on the adapter set correctly?
Is the MCU attached to the correct position?
Is the area specification set correctly?
Is the correct device selected?
The IC socket of the PROM programmer may be stained.
The socket needs replacing.
Check point
Is the adapter attached to the correct position of the PROM
programmer?
Is the switch on the adapter set correctly?
Is the MCU attached to the correct position?
Is the area specification set correctly?
Is the correct device selected?
The IC socket of the PROM programmer may be stained.
The socket needs replacing.
The connector with which the PROM programmer contacts may be
stained. Clean it with alcohol, etc.
See page
13
14
15
17
18
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MCU Does Not Function Normally
In the case that the program operates normally on the emulator, but when the MCU that has normally been written is attached
the same program does not function normally:
(1) Is the offset address specified correctly when copying data into the PROM programmer?
(2) In the emulator, NOPs are often inserted in the area where the program has not been read, therefore the program
happens to appear functioning normally even though it may have gone wild. Check your program again.
(3) The emulator and the actual MCU may differ in characteristics. Consult the user's manual of the emulator to check for
differences in characteristics again.
CAUTION
Caution to Be Taken for Mass Programming
This product is a development supporting unit for use in your program development and evaluation stages.
Therefore, it is not designed for mass-programming in mass production.
Increased frequency of use causes programming failure due to the wear-out or dirt, etc. on the following parts:
(1) Wear-out or dirt on the contact in the IC socket of this product
(2) Wear-out or dirt on the contact of the PROM programmer’s socket
Replacing the PROM programmer’s socket may ease the problem.
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3.2
3.2.1
3.Troubleshooting (Action in Case of an Error)
Other Precautions
About Recommended PROM Programmers
Not all PROM programmers available on the market can be checked to see if they function properly. There are several PROM
programmers that we have verified to function properly. These products are listed as recommended PROM programmers in the
user's manual. Other PROM programmers may also be used providing that you verified them to function properly.
Note: No matter which type of PROM programmer you use, it is necessary to verify completion of programming by executing
screening, etc. that are stipulated for each microcomputer used.
3.2.2
About Reading Out of the Device Identification Code*1
Please do not use the PROM programmer's device identification code readout function. Using this function may break down
the MCU. The device identification code is included in EPROM to indicate the manufacturer code and device code; it is not
included in the MCU.
*1 Depending on PROM programmer manufacturers, this may be referred to by another name (e.g. ID code).
3.3
How to Request for Support
After checking the items in "3 Troubleshooting", fill in the text file which is downloaded from the following URL, then send
the information to your local distributor.
http://tool-support.renesas.com/eng/toolnews/registration/support.txt
For prompt response, please specify the following information:
(1) Contact address
- Company name
- Department
- Responsible person
- Phone number
- E-mail address
(2) Product information
- Name of the programming adapter
- Serial number
- Date of purchase
- Target MCU
- Symptoms (Fails blank check/Cannot write a program/Fails verification etc.)
- Detailed symptoms
- How often does the problem occur? (2 out of 10 etc.)
-When did the problem start to occur? (Since purchase/Used to work correctly)
- Type name of the PROM programmer (Advantest R4945A etc.)
- Specified device when writing to PROM (M27C101 etc.)
- Specified programming area when writing to PROM
- Switch settings of the adapter when writing to PROM
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Rev.2.00
Published by:
Renesas Electronics Corporation
Edited by:
Microcomputer Tool Development Department 2
Renesas Solutions Corp.
http://www.renesas.com
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