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FUJI TSU SEMICONDUCT OR CONTROLLER MANUAL F 2 MC-16L/16LX EMULATOR MB2147-01 HARDWARE MANUAL CM42-00412-1E .
FUJITSU LIMITED F 2 MC-16L/16LX EMULATOR MB2147-01 HARDWARE MANUAL .
i PREFACE ■ Using the product safely This man ual p rovides impor tant i nformatio n on using this p roduct s afely . Read this m anual careful ly befor e using the pr oduc t to ensure cor rect use . In parti cula r, caref ully rea d "Safe ty Precau tions" in this Prefac e before us ing the pr oduct so that y ou under stand the require ments for safe use of the produ ct.
ii ■ Safety p recautions The tabl e below l ists im porta nt preca utions containe d in th is manua l and the page s on w hich they occur. Before us ing the pr oduct , read these pages so that you fu lly un derstand the req uirem ents for safe use of the product.
iii This sy mbol indi cates th at incor rect us e of the product may res ult in death or ser ious i njur y to th e user . Warning Descript ion Page Do not touc h the prod uct wi th wet hands . Doing so ma y resul t in electr ic shoc k. 17 Do not plac e the p roduct in a locat ion expos ed to e xcessiv e moistu re or dust or in a poor ly venti lated locati on.
iv This sy mbol indi cates th at inc orrect us e of the product may r esult in minor or moder ate inju ry to the user , in damag e to the produ ct and any devi ces connect ed to it , or in th e destr uction of data a nd othe r softwar e resou rces or other pr operty .
v This sy mbol indi cates th at inc orrect us e of the product may r esult in minor or moder ate inju ry to the user , in damag e to the produ ct and any devi ces connect ed to it , or in th e destr uction of data a nd othe r softwar e resou rces or other pr operty .
vi This sy mbol indi cates th at inc orrect us e of the product may r esult in minor or moder ate inju ry to the user , in damag e to the produ ct and any devi ces connect ed to it , or in th e destr uction of data a nd othe r softwar e resou rces or other pr operty .
vii ■ Organization of this Manual This manu al co nsists of three c hapters . Be sure to read the man ual befor e using th e emul ator. CHAPTER 1 "PRODUCT H ANDLING AND SPECIFICATIONS" This cha pter give s an ov erview, includi ng speci fications , and ex plains how to han dle the emulator .
viii ©2002 F UJITSU L IMITED P rinted i n Japan • The contents of this do cume nt are sub ject to c hange w ithout noti ce. Custom ers ar e advise d to cons ult with F UJITSU sa les repres entatives before ord ering. • The i nformatio n and circ uit diag rams in th is docu ment ar e presente d as exa mples of semico nducto r devic e applicati ons, and are not in tended to be in corporated in devices for actual use.
ix CONTEN TS CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AND SPECIFICATIONS ........... .............. .............. .. 1 1.1 Checking P acked Com ponents ................. ............. ............ ............. ............. ............. ............. ... .
1 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AND SPECIFICATIONS This chapter gives an overview, including specifications, and explains how to handle the em ulator. Before using the emulator, be sure to read this chapter and check the product information. 1.1 "C hecking Packed Co mponen ts" 1.
2 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS 1.1 Checking Pa cked Compon ents Before using the emulator unit, check the packed components to make sure that all components are included. ■ Checking pack ed components Before u sing the emulat or unit, m ake sur e that t he packe d comp onents in clude the fol lowing: • Emulato r unit: 1 u nit • AC adapte r: 1 un it • AC cord: 1 cord • Flat cabl e 1 (sta ndard length): 2 cables • Flat cabl e 2 (lon g): 2 cab les • Hardwar e manua ls (in Japan ese and E nglish [ this m anual] ): one in eac h languag e Note: The AC cord and AC ada pter a re pack ed in the s ame bo x.
3 1.2 Appear ance an d Part Na mes 1.2 Appearance and Pa rt Names This section gives the names of all par ts of the emulator unit. ■ Appeara nce an d Part Name s Figu re 1 .2- 1 "Top vie w of t he em ula tor u nit" to Fi gure 1. 2-3 " Rear v iew of th e emul at or un it" show the e xterior of the emulator unit a nd give t he name s of al l of i ts parts .
4 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS Figure 1.2-2 Front view of the emulator unit Figure 1 .2-3 Rear view of t he emu lator unit No. Name Descriptio n (1) TRIG terminal Used to input exte rnal trigge r signals . (2) EM UL terminal Outputs a program executi on signa l.
5 1.3 Gen eral Sp ecificat ions 1.3 General Spec ifications This section covers the general specifications of the emulator. ■ General spec ification s Table 1 .3-1 "G eneral s peci fication s" lis ts the g enera l spe cificat ions o f the em ulator.
6 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS 1.4 RS-232C Port Specification s The emulator includes an RS-232C port. ■ RS-2 32C p ort spec ific atio ns Table 1 .4-1 "RS -232C p ort speci ficati ons" li sts th e RS-232 C port spe cificat ions, and F igure 1.
7 1.5 USB Po rt Spec ification s 1.5 USB Port Specifications The emulator includes a USB port. ■ USB port specifications Table 1 .5-1 "US B por t specif ications " li sts the US B por t speci fications . Table 1.5- 1 USB port spec ificatio ns Item Descr iption Stand ard comp liance USB 1.
8 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS 1.6 LAN Port Specifications The emulator includes a LAN port. ■ LAN port specifications Table 1 .6-1 "LA N port spec ificatio ns" l ists the LAN po rt sp ecifica tions . Table 1.6- 1 LAN po rt specif ications Item Descr iption Stand ard comp liance IEE E 802.
9 1.7 External Trigg er Input Terminal Sp ecificat ions 1.7 External Trigger Input T erminal Specifications The emulator has a TRIG terminal for input of external trigger signals. ■ External trigger input ter minal specifications Extern al trigg er in put is a f uncti on (extern al tri gger br eak fu nction) that is used to input a brea k signal f rom exter nal test e quipme nt, such as a logic a nalyz er conne cted to the emul ator, to the evaluation MCU on th e emul ator.
10 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS 1.8 Program Execution Ou tput T erminal Specifications The emulator has an EMUL terminal that outputs program execution signals. ■ Progr am executio n output t erminal s pecific ations A program exec ution si gnal i s output c ontinu ously wh ile a user progr am i s being e xecut ed.
11 1.9 Power -On D ebug Sp ecificat ions 1.9 Power-On Debug Specifications The emulator has a power-on debug function that executes a program immediately after power is turned on to the evaluation MCU. ■ Power-on debug specificat ions The powe r-on deb ug functio n (*1) veri fies the pr ocessing of an ex ecuted pr ogram i mmedia tely after the power-on sequenc e by u sing the PLEV pin (*2) of the evaluati on MCU.
12 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS ■ Operation outline Figure 1. 9-2 "Ti ming cha rt of the po wer-on d ebug op eration" is a t iming ch art of t he power- on debug opera tion. ❍ Operation ti ming Detection o f power-off: Power-off sta tus of user sys tem power suppl y voltag e (UV CC ) is de tected .
13 1.10 Options 1.10 Op tions A variety of options are avai lable for th e emulator. Purchase opti ons separa tely as necessary . ■ Options The emula tor unit cannot be used in depende ntly. Tabl e 1.10-1 "O ptions" lists option s for the emulat or.
14 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS Figure 1.10-1 Interlink cable wiring SHELL SHELL 7 (RTS) 8 (CTS) 6 (DSR) 5 (GND) 4 (DTR) 3 (TXD) 2 (RXD) 1 (DCD) 9 (RI) (RTS) 7 (CTS) 8 (DSR) 6 (GN.
15 1.11 Precautions about Poss ible Problems 1.11 Precautions about Possible Pro blems If a problem occurs during use of the emulator, take action as described below . ■ Precautions about possible problems If the produc t emits exces sive heat , smoke, an offe nsiv e smell, or an unusual noise , turn off po wer imme diatel y.
16 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS 1.12 Precautions on Ha ndling the Produ ct Follow the precautions described below when handling the emulator. ■ Precautions on handling the product Do not touch the inside of a c onnector port.
17 1.12 Precautions on Handling the Product Do not touch th e produ ct with wet han ds. Doi ng so may r esult in elect ric shoc k. Do not pl ace th e pro duct in a locati on ex posed to exces sive mo isture or dust or i n a poorly vent ilated loc ation .
18 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS Disconn ect the powe r plug bef ore mo ving t he produc t. Discon nect all other co nnecte d cabl es. Exe rcise cauti on when working near cable s on the floor . Damage to a cabl e may res ult in fir e or elect ric sho ck.
19 1.13 Precautions on Use 1.13 Precautions on Use Follow the precautions described below when usi ng the emulator. ■ Precautions on use Note: Follow the in structions in th is manual to se t up and use th e emulator . Do not use the pr oduct if it has a fau lt, damag e, or seve r wires i n the cable.
20 CHAPTER 1 PRODUCT HANDLING AN D SPECIFICATIONS ■ Precautions on storage Table 1 .13-1 "S tandar d temp eratures a nd rel ative hu midity levels of em ulator op erati on and storage " lists the standa rd tem peratur es and r elative humi dity l evels of emu lator ope ration and storage .
21 CHAPTER 2 CONNECTING THE EMULATOR This chapter explains how to connect the emulator. Read this chapter before turning on the emulator. 2.1 "S ystem Co nfigur atio n" 2.2 "Connecti ng an Ad apter Bo ard" 2.3 "C onnecti ng the User System" 2.
22 CHAPTER 2 CONNECTING THE EMULATOR 2.1 System Config uration The emulator is designed to be connected to and controlled by a host machine. The host machine uses emulator debugger software to control the emul ator. See the Softune Workbench Operation Manual for information on how to use the software.
23 2.2 Connecting an Adapter Board 2.2 Connecting an Adapter Board Insert an adapter board (option) into the adapter board connector at the top of the emulator unit, as shown in Figure 2.2-1 "Connecting the adapter board". ■ Connecting an adapter board Figure 2.
24 CHAPTER 2 CONNECTING THE EMULATOR 2.3 Connecting th e User System Connect a probe to the user system. ■ Conne cting the user sy stem Connect a probe to the u ser sy stem. The method of connectin g a probe to the user system dep ends on the prob e configur ation.
25 2.3 C onne cting the User Syst em ■ Conne cting (us ing a pro be cable ) to th e user system With a probe c able com patibl e with the p ackage of th e regu lar-produ ction MCU being used, connect the cab le to th e appropr iate con nector o f the us er sys tem, as shown in Figure 2.
26 CHAPTER 2 CONNECTING THE EMULATOR ■ Conne cting (us ing flat cables a nd a p robe he ader) to t he user s ystem With a p robe h eader c ompatible with th e pack age of the r egular-pr oduct ion MCU being used, connect the probe he ader to the appr opriate co nnecto r of the user sys tem, as sh own in Figure 2.
27 2.3 C onne cting the User Syst em ■ Conne cting (us ing flat cables) t o the u ser syst em If connec tors that are mates of probe con nectors B1 and B 2 of the ada pter boar d are moun ted in the us er system , the us er syste m can b e con nected to th e adapt er boa rd via fla t cabl es.
28 CHAPTER 2 CONNECTING THE EMULATOR 2.4 Connecting a Probe Connect a probe to the adapter board. ■ Connecting a probe Note: The adap ter board has two pair s of probe connec tors. Do no t use both pai rs at the sa me time. Use only one of these pai rs acc ording to the co nfigurat ion of t he probe used.
29 2.4 Connecting a Pr obe ■ Connecting a probe (using flat cables) Connect fl at cables to probe c onnector s B1 and B2 on the adap ter boa rd, as show n in Figure 2.4-2 "C onnect ing a p robe ( using f lat ca ble s)". Figure 2 .4-2 Conne cting a p robe ( using f lat cables) Make sure th at power to the produ ct is turned o ff and the p ower plug i s disconn ected from outlets be fore co nnecti ng or disconn ectin g cable s.
30 CHAPTER 2 CONNECTING THE EMULATOR 2.5 Connecting a Hos t Machine Connect a host machine to the emulator by using an RS-232C, USB, or LAN cable, as shown in Figure 2.5-1 "Connecting a host machine". For a Plug & Play connection with a USB cable to a host machine, power on all relevant equipment, and then insert the USB cable plug for the host machine into the appropriate host machine socket.
31 2.6 Connecting Test Equipment 2.6 Connect ing Test Equipme nt Connect test equipment to the emulator, as shown in Figure 2.6-1 "Connecting test equipment", only if the external trigger input and program execution functions of the emulator are to be used.
32 CHAPTER 2 CONNECTING THE EMULATOR 2.7 Connecting th e AC Adapter Connect the AC adapter to the emulator, as shown in Figure 2.7-1 "Connecting the AC adapter". First, insert the AC cord i nto the AC adapter. Next, connect the AC adapter to the emulator.
33 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR This chapter explains basic operations of the emulator. Read this chapter before turning on the emulator. For details about the adapter board, see the Adapter Board Hardware Manual. 3.1 "Mountin g an Ev aluation MCU" 3.
34 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR 3.1 Mounting an Evaluation MCU Mount an evaluation MCU on the emulator. ■ Mounting an evaluation MCU Pull the lever of a n IC sock et for an ev aluation M CU on the e mulato r, and mou nt the ev aluation MCU while a ligning the pin No.
35 3.2 Clock Supply 3.2 Clock Supply This section explains clock supply to the evaluation MCU. ■ Clock s upply The emu lator su pplie s clock puls es to the evalu ation M CU. Figure 3.2-1 "Mo unting a cry stal u nit" shows how to mou nt a crys tal uni t in IC so ckets for a crystal unit on the emulat or.
36 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR Figure 3.2-2 Configuration of peripheral circuits for the clock circuit Figure 3.2 -3 Examp les of ju mper set tings fo r subclo ck select ion MAIN XTAL 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 GND GND 32.
37 3.2 Clock Supply Note: To supply the main cloc k signal from the user sy stem , add an oscil lation ci rcuit to the user system and ha ve the main clo ck supp lied vi a a CMO S buffer . Table 3.2- 1 Sett ings for m ain clo ck selec tion Main cloc k source FC SEL setting 12 Clock area OFF OFF User sys tem ON ON Table 3.
38 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR 3.3 Emulator-dedicated Power Supply Switching According to whether the emulator-dedicated power supply on the evaluation MCU is available to be used, set switching of the emulator-dedicated power supply. ■ Switching of the emulator-dedicate d power supply Using th e emul ator-de dicated power supply switchi ng ju mper on the em ulator , set the to ol interfac e power s upply on t he eval uatio n MCU to oper ate with t he user p ower supp ly (UV CC 1) or the de velop ment to ol powe r supply (+5 V ).
39 3.3 Em ulator-d edicated Power S upply S witchi ng Table 3.3-1 Settings of the emulator-dedicated power supply switching jumper Emulator-dedicat ed power supply pin Setting of VCC SEL (S1) Avai.
40 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR 3.4 User Port Power Supply Switching Select a user port power supply for the evaluation MCU. ■ Switching of the user port power supply On the emula tor, use the jumper for switchin g the user port power suppl y to set the refer ence voltage of the us er data bus prob ing c ircuit.
41 3.5 S witchin g the C P in Setting 3.5 Switchi ng the C Pin Set ting Set the setting of the C-pin selection switch according to whether the evaluation MCU has the C-pi n. ■ Switching the C-pin setting On the em ulator, u se the C- pin sele ction switch to set th e C-pin setti ng.
42 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR 3.6 User Data Bus Switching Set the setting of the user data bus selection switch. ■ Switching of the user data bus If probing target pins (P00 to P07 and P10 to P17) hav e spec ial spec ificat ions, suc h as for high - voltage ports, th e user da ta bus probing circu it must be set to the dis conn ected sta tus.
43 3.6 User Dat a Bus S witching Figure 3.6-1 Configuration of the peripheral circuit for the user data bus selection switch 74CBTD3384 DC characteristic Input current (Iin) 1 µ A 10 µ A MAX901.
44 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR 3.7 Using the Setting Switches This secti on expl ains how to use the sett ing switches and the display on the st atus indicator LCD. ■ Functions of the setting switches The sett ing swi tches ca n be use d to change th e infor matio n displ ayed on the stat us indic ator LCD (ca lled "LC D" in the rest o f this manu al) and chang e LAN param eters d isplay ed on the LCD.
45 3.7 Usin g the Se tting Sw itches ■ Using sw itches to chang e parame ter valu es The fol lowing pr ocedure applies to using the se tting s witch es to c hange parameter values : 1. Di splay p arame ters on t he LCD. Use the Up or Down k ey to mo ve the blinkin g curs or ( ) to the colu mn (p osition) of the value to be cha nged.
46 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR ■ Display configuration Figure 3. 7-1 " Menu conf igura tion" shows the menu c onfig uration. Figure 3.7-1 Menu configuration • This is the initial screen for the emulator. This screen appears first when the emulator is in the factory default that is set before shipment.
47 3.8 Power-On Sequenc e 3.8 Power-On Sequenc e After making all necessary connections and settings, power on the host machine, emulator , and user system i n this sequenc e. For the first use of the emulator after s hipment, the emul ator must be initialize d (monitor loading) before the power-on sequence of the user system.
48 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR Figure 3.8-1 Power-on sequence Yes No Turn on the host machine (if necessary). Turn on the emulator. Has the emulator been initialized? Turn on the user system. Initialize the emulator. Press the RESET switch on the emulator.
49 3.9 Power-Off S equence 3.9 Power-Off Sequen ce Power off the user system, emulator, and host machine in this sequence. ■ Power-off sequence Figure 3. 9-1 " Power- off sequen ce" s hows the seq uence of powe r-off operati ons. Per form the power-off o perati ons in th is sequ ence.
50 CHAPTER 3 OPERATING THE EMULATOR .
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