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User's Manual
IE-703079-MC-EM1
In-circuit Emulator Option Board
Target device
V850/SF1™
Document No. U15447EJ1V0UM00 (1st edition)
Date Published September 2001 N CP(K)
©
1991
2001
Printed in Japan

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    User’s Manual IE-703079-MC-EM1 In-circuit Emulator Option Board Target device V850/SF1™ Document No. U15447EJ1V0UM00 (1st edition) Date Published September 2001 N CP(K) © 1991 2001 Printed in Japan...

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    [MEMO] User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM...

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    NEC does not assume any liability for infringement of patents, copyrights or other intellectual property rights of third parties by or arising from the use of NEC semiconductor products listed in this document or any other liability arising from the use of such products. No license, express, implied or otherwise, is granted under any patents, copyrights or other intellectual property rights of NEC or others.

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    Some information contained in this document may vary from country to country. Before using any NEC product in your application, pIease contact the NEC office in your country to obtain a list of authorized representatives and distributors. They will verify: •...

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    Target Readers This manual is intended for users who design and develop application systems using the V850/SF1™. Purpose The purpose of this manual is to describe the proper operation of the IE-703079-MC- EM1 and its basic specifications. Organization This manual is divided into the following parts.

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    Related Documents When using this manual, refer to the following manuals. The related documents indicated in this publication may include preliminary versions. However, preliminary versions are not marked as such. Documents related to development tools (user’s manuals) IE-703002-MC In-circuit emulator IE-703079-MC-EM1 In-circuit emulator option board CA850 C Compiler package Ver.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW...10 Hardware Configuration ... 10 Features (When Connected to IE-703002-MC) ... 11 Function Specifications (When Connected to IE-703002-MC) ... 11 System Configuration ... 12 Contents in Carton ... 13 Connection Between IE-703002-MC and IE-703079-MC-EM1... 15 CHAPTER 2 NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF COMPONENTS ...18 Component Names and Functions of IE-703079-MC-EM1 ...

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    Figure No. System Configuration ...12 Contents in Carton...13 Accessories ...14 Connection Between IE-703002-MC and IE-703079-MC-EM1...16 IE-703079-MC-EM1 ...18 Schematic Diagram of Power Supply Acquisition ...24 NMI Signal Flow Path ...25 Equivalent Circuit of Emulation Circuit...29 LIST OF FIGURES Title User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM Page...

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    Table No. Main System Clock Setting...20 Subsystem Clock Setting...21 JP1 Setting in IE-703002-MC ...22 JP3 and JP4 Setting in IE-703002-MC...22 Bus Interface Pin Operation List...26 LIST OF TABLES Title User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM Page...

  • Page 10: Chapter 1 Overview

    IE-70000-98-IF-C: for PC-9800 series C bus IE-70000-PCI-IF-A: for PCI bus IE-70000-CD-IF-A: for PCMCIA socket This module is used when a workstation controls the IE-703002-MC via Ethernet™. AC adapter for in-circuit emulator made by NEC Corporation. User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM compatible ISA bus...

  • Page 11: Features (when Connected To Ie-703002-mc)

    1.2 Features (When Connected to IE-703002-MC) Maximum operating frequency: 16 MHz (at 5.0 V operation) Extremely lightweight and compact Higher equivalence with target device can be achieved by omitting buffer between signal cables. The following pins can be masked. RESET, NMI, WAIT, HLDRQ Two methods of connection to target system: •...

  • Page 12: System Configuration

    1.4 System Configuration The system configuration when connecting the IE-703002-MC to the IE-703079-MC-EM1 and a personal computer (PC-9800 series or PC/AT (or compatibles)) is shown below. <13> <12> <14> <1>, <2> Remark <1> Personal computer (PC-9800 series or PC/AT or compatibles) <2>...

  • Page 13: Contents In Carton

    The carton of the IE-703079-MC-EM1 contains a main unit, guarantee card, packing list, and accessory bag. Make sure that the accessory bag contains this manual and the connector accessories. If there are missing or damaged items, please contact an NEC sales representative or an NEC distributor. <4> Packing list <3>...

  • Page 14: Accessories

    CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW Check that the accessory bag contains this manual, an accessory list (× 1), and the following accessories. (a) Spacers × 4 (b) Screws/washers × 4 sets (including screws and washer × 4) Figure 1-3. Accessories (a) Spacers (b) Screws/washers User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM...

  • Page 15: Connection Between Ie-703002-mc And Ie-703079-mc-em1

    1.6 Connection Between IE-703002-MC and IE-703079-MC-EM1 The procedure for connecting the IE-703002-MC and IE-703079-MC-EM1 is described below. Caution Connect carefully so as not to break or bend connector pins. <1> Remove the pod cover (upper and lower) of the IE-703002-MC. <2>...

  • Page 16: Connection Between Ie-703002-mc And Ie-703079-mc-em1

    CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW Figure 1-4. Connection Between IE-703002-MC and IE-703079-MC-EM1 (1/2) (a) Overview Screw Upper cover Washer IE-703079-MC-EM1 Nylon rivets IE-703002-MC Spacer (b) PGA socket lever of IE-703079-MC-EM1 CLOSE OPEN User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM...

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    CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW Figure 1-4. Connection Between IE-703002-MC and IE-703079-MC-EM1 (2/2) (c) Connecting part (IE-703079-MC-EM1) Pin A1 position : Insertion guide : IE-703002-MC insertion area User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM...

  • Page 18: Chapter 2 Names And Functions Of Components

    This chapter describes the names, functions, and switch settings of components in the IE-703079-MC-EM1. For the details of the pod, jumper, and switch positions, etc., refer to the IE-703002-MC User’s Manual (U11595E). Component Names and Functions of IE-703079-MC-EM1 (a) Top view V850/SF1 I/O chip FPGA V850/SF1...

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    CHAPTER 2 (1) TEST pins (CP1, CP2, CP13, CP15) These are pins used for testing the analog signals of the standalone emulator. • CP1: GND • CP2: GND • CP13: GND • CP15: GND (2) JP1 This is a pin board for supplying the main system clock. (3) JP2 This is the switch jumper for the main system clock supply source.

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    Caution Emulation cannot be performed by inputting a clock from the target board. The specifications of JP1 are as follows. 1 MΩ 10 pF NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF COMPONENTS Table 2-1. Main System Clock Setting IE-703079-MC-EM1 Setting V850/SF1 I/O chip 16 MHz 10 pF User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM IE-703002-MC Setting...

  • Page 21: Subsystem Clock Setting

    Notes 1. The internal clock does not support the clock input by an oscillator. 2. To use a subsystem clock frequency other than 32.768 kHz, remove the resonator on JP3 and mount any oscillator. The specifications of JP3 are as follows. V850/SF1 I/O chip 27 pF 32.768 kHz Caution Emulation cannot be performed by inputting a clock from the target board.

  • Page 22: Illegal Access Detection Rom Setting

    CHAPTER 2 2.3 Illegal Access Detection ROM Setting If using the IE-703002-MC for an in-circuit emulator for the V850/SF1 by connecting the IE-703079-MC-EM1, set JP1 of the IE-703002-MC as follows. Note Open Note When JP1 is set open, keep the removed jumper contact attached to one pin as shown in the drawing on the right.

  • Page 23: Chapter 3 Factory Settings

    CHAPTER 3 Item Oscillator mounted Note (1-2 Shorted) Oscillator mounted Note Use JP2 with the factory settings. FACTORY SETTINGS Description 16 MHz clock supplied for main system clock Internal clock used for main system clock 32.768 kHz clock supplied for subsystem clock User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM Remark...

  • Page 24: Chapter 4 Cautions

    Figure 4-1. Schematic Diagram of Power Supply Acquisition Target system CHAPTER 4 CAUTIONS (5 V) in the internal emulator is supplied to the emulator chip. IE-703079-MC-EM1 (8 pins) V850/SF1 I/O chip Relay (5 V) PORTV (66 pins) Target voltage emulation User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM...

  • Page 25: Nmi Signal

    4.2 NMI Signal The input signal (NMI signal) from the target system is delayed (t QS3125 (Q switch), and I/O signals (ports 4, 5, 6, 9, 11) pass through QS3384 (Q switch) before it is input to the emulator chip. In addition, the DC characteristics change.

  • Page 26: Bus Interface Pin

    4.5 Bus Interface Pin The operation of the pin for the bus interface differs between the emulator and the target device as follows. Table 4-1. Bus Interface Pin Operation List (1/2) Pin Name Memory Used by Emulator A16 to A21 Hold the last accessed address AD0 to AD15 Hi-Z...

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    Table 4-1. Bus Interface Pin Operation List (2/2) Internal Memory Name Internal ROM Internal RAM A16 to Hold the last accessed address AD0 to Hi-Z AD15 ASTB DSTB LBEN UBEN WAIT Invalid HLDRQ Maskable HLDAK H or L Note Active Caution When accessing an FCAN register with the external memory expanded, a bus cycle for FCAN access is generated in AD0 to AD15 and A16 to A21.

  • Page 28: Chapter 5 Differences Between Target Device And Target Interface Circuit

    CHAPTER 5 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TARGET DEVICE AND TARGET INTERFACE CIRCUIT Differences between the signal lines of the target device and the signal lines of the IE-703079-MC-EM1 target interface circuit are described in this chapter. The target device is a CMOS circuit, whereas the target interface circuit of the IE-703079-MC-EM1 is configured with an emulation circuit such as a gate array TTL or CMOS-IC.

  • Page 29: Equivalent Circuit Of Emulation Circuit

    CHAPTER 5 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TARGET DEVICE AND TARGET INTERFACE CIRCUIT Figure 5-1. Equivalent Circuit of Emulation Circuit (1/5) Probe side P00/NMI P01/INTP0 P02/INTP1 P03/INTP2 P04/INTP3 P05/INTP4/ADTRG P06/INTP5 P07/INTP6 P10/SI0/SDA0 P11/SO0 P12/SCK0/SCL0 P13/SI1/RXD0 P14/SO1/TXD0 P15/SCK1/ASCK0 P20/SI3/RXD1 P21/SO3/TXD1 P22/SCK3/ASCK1 P23/SI4 P24/SO4 P25/SCK4 P30/TI2/TO2 P31/TI3/TO3 P32/TI4/TO4...

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    CHAPTER 5 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TARGET DEVICE AND TARGET INTERFACE CIRCUIT Figure 5-1. Equivalent Circuit of Emulation Circuit (2/5) Probe side P50/AD8 P51/AD9 P52/AD10 P53/AD11 P54/AD12 P55/AD13 P56/AD14 P57/AD15 P60/AD16 P61/AD17 P62/AD18 P63/AD19 P64/AD20 P65/AD21 P70/ANI0 P71/ANI1 P72/ANI2 P73/ANI3 P74/ANI4 P75/ANI5 P76/ANI6 P77/ANI7 P80/ANI8...

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    CHAPTER 5 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TARGET DEVICE AND TARGET INTERFACE CIRCUIT Figure 5-1. Equivalent Circuit of Emulation Circuit (3/5) Probe side P96/HLDRQ P100/KR0/TO7 P101/KR1/TI70 P102/KR2/TI00 P103/KR3/TI01 P104/KR4/TO0 P105/KR5/TI10 P106/KR6/TI11 P107/KR7/TO1 P110/WAIT P111 P112 P113 P114/CANTX1 P116/CANTX2 P115/CANRX1 P117/CANRX2 QS3384 Connector (HLDRQ) 74VHC125 QS3384 IN/OUT...

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    CHAPTER 5 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TARGET DEVICE AND TARGET INTERFACE CIRCUIT Figure 5-1. Equivalent Circuit of Emulation Circuit (4/5) Probe side 1-2 shorted 1 2 3 RESET Socket CLKOUT Socket 100 Ω PORTV µ 100 F 2.2 kΩ 3.3 kΩ 1 MΩ 5.1 kΩ...

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    CHAPTER 5 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TARGET DEVICE AND TARGET INTERFACE CIRCUIT Figure 5-1. Equivalent Circuit of Emulation Circuit (5/5) Probe side ADCV ADCGND CPUREG /MODE GND0 GND1 GND2 PORTGND Open µ 0.1 F 3.3 V Open Open Open User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM IE system side µ...

  • Page 34: Appendix Package Drawings

    IE-703002-MC + IE-703079-MC-EM1 (Unit: mm) APPENDIX PACKAGE DRAWINGS IE-703002-MC IE-703079-MC-EM1 User’s Manual U15447EJ1V0UM Top view Pin 1 direction Side view Bottom view Top view 33.0...

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    NEC Electronics Taiwan Ltd. Fax: +886-2-2719-5951 Excellent Good Although NEC has taken all possible steps to ensure that the documentation supplied to our customers is complete, bug free and up-to-date, we readily accept that errors may occur. Despite all the care and precautions we’ve taken, you may...

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