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FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR
CM41-00413-1E
CONTROLLER MANUAL
2
F
MC FAMILY
PARALLEL COMMUNICATIONS ADAPTER
MB2142-03
USER'S MANUAL

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  • Page 1 FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR CM41-00413-1E CONTROLLER MANUAL MC FAMILY PARALLEL COMMUNICATIONS ADAPTER MB2142-03 USER’S MANUAL...
  • Page 2 Related manual 2140 Main Unit MB2141 Emulator User’s Manual *: F MC stands for FUJITSU Flexible Microcontroller. Configuration of this manual This manual consists of the following two chapters. Familiarize yourself with the contents of this manual before attempting to use the adapter.
  • Page 3 To obtain up-to-date information and/or specifications, contact your Fujitsu sales representative or Fujitsu authorized dealer. 2. Fujitsu will not be liable for infringement of copyright, industrial property right, or other rights of a third party caused by the use of information or drawings described in this manual.
  • Page 4 READING THIS MANUAL Page layout In this manual, an entire section or subsection is presented on a single page or spread whenever possible. The reader can thus view a section without having to flip pages. The contents of each section/subsection are summarized immediately below the title. You can obtain a rough overview of the parallel communications adapter (MB2142-03) by reading through these summaries.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 HANDLING AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PRODUCT ..........1 Packing List ............................2 Parallel Communications Adapter Specifications ................4 1.2.1 Electrical characteristics of I/O signal lines ................5 1.2.2 Connector pin assignment ...................... 6 IF Cable Specifications........................8 Notes on Use.............................10 CHAPTER 2 CONNECTIONS .........................11 System Configuration ........................12 Connection to Main Unit ........................14...
  • Page 6 FIGURES Figure 1.1 Parallel communications adapter .................... 3 Figure 1.2.1 Electrical characteristics of I/O signal lines ................5 Figure 1.2.2 Parallel communications connector pin assignment ............... 6 Figure 1.3 IF cable dimensions ........................ 9 Figure 2.1 System configuration ......................12 Figure 2.2 IF cable connection .......................
  • Page 7: Chapter 1 Handling And Specifications Of The Product

    CHAPTER 1 HANDLING AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE PRODUCT This chapter explains the handling and specifications of the parallel communications adapter. Read this chapter and check the contents of the package before attempting to use the parallel communications adapter. 1.1 Packing List 1.2 Parallel Communications Adapter Specifications 1.2.1 Electrical characteristics of I/O signal lines...
  • Page 8: Packing List

    Packing List Before first using the parallel communications adapter, check that the package contains the following components: • Parallel communications adapter × 1 • IF cable × 1 Appearance and names of parts Figure 1.1 illustrates the parallel communications adapter. For details of the connections, see Chapter 2, “Connections.”...
  • Page 9: Figure 1.1 Parallel Communications Adapter

    Parallel communications connector PARALLEL COMMUNICATION ADAPTOR COM PORT IF connector Figure 1.1 Parallel communications adapter...
  • Page 10: Parallel Communications Adapter Specifications

    Parallel Communications Adapter Specifications Table 1.2 lists the specifications of the parallel communications adapter. Parallel communications adapter specifications Table 1.2 lists the specifications of the parallel communications adapter. Table 1.2 Parallel communications adapter specifications Item Contents Name Parallel communications adaptor Model MB2142-03 Voltage: + 5 V ±...
  • Page 11: 1.2.1 Electrical Characteristics Of I/O Signal Lines

    1.2 Parallel Communication Adapter Specifications 1.2.1 Electrical characteristics of I/O signal lines Figure 1.2.1 shows the electrical characteristics of the I/O signal lines. Electrical characteristics of I/O signal lines The signal levels of the I/O signal lines are indicated below. Figure 1.2.1 shows the electrical characteristics.
  • Page 12: 1.2.2 Connector Pin Assignment

    1.2 Parallel Communications Adapter Specifications 1.2.2 Connector pin assignment An Amphenol 36P connector is used as the parallel communications connector. Table 1.2.2 lists the connector signal line names. Connector pin assignment The model and pin assignment of the connector are described below. Connector model 57LE-40360-7700 (D12) Manufactured by DDK, or equivalent (Generally reffed to as Ampgenol 36P)
  • Page 13: Table 1.2.2 Parallel Communications Connector Signal Line Names

    Table 1.2.2 Parallel communications connector signal line names Signal line Function Signal line Function DSTB Data strobe signal 19 GND — Signal grounding DATA 0 I/O Data 20 GND — Signal grounding DATA 1 I/O Data 21 GND — Signal grounding DATA 2 I/O Data 22 GND...
  • Page 14: If Cable Specifications

    For details of the connection to the main unit, see Section 2.2, “Connection to Main Unit.” Table 1.3a IF cable components Part Name Remarks FCN-237R068-G/E connector × 2 Fujitsu FCN-230C068-C/E cover × 2 Fujitsu Table 1.3b IF cable general specifications Item...
  • Page 15: Figure 1.3 If Cable Dimensions

    Figure 1.3 IF cable dimensions...
  • Page 16: Notes On Use

    Notes on Use When using the parallel communications adapter, keep the following notes in mind. Notes on use When using the parallel communications adapter, keep the following notes in mind: Turn off the power before connecting or removing a cable. To remove a cable, do not pull the cable itself;...
  • Page 17: Chapter 2 Connections

    CHAPTER 2 CONNECTIONS This chapter describes how to connect, turn on, and turn off the parallel communications adapter. Familiarize yourself with the contents of this chapter before turning on the adapter. 2.1 System Configuration 2.2 Connection to Main Unit 2.3 Connection to Host Machine 2.4 Power-on Sequence 2.5 Power-off Sequence...
  • Page 18: System Configuration

    System Configuration Connecting the parallel communications adapter to the host machine enables parallel communication with the host machine. System configuration Connecting the parallel communications adapter to the host machine enables parallel communication with the host machine. Figure 2.1 shows the hardware system configuration when using the parallel communications adapter.
  • Page 19 Memo...
  • Page 20: Connection To Main Unit

    Connection to Main Unit As shown in Figure 2.2, use an IF cable to connect the parallel communications adapter to the main unit (sold separately). Connection to main unit As shown in Figure 2.2, use an IF cable to connect the parallel communications adapter to the main unit (sold separately).
  • Page 21: Figure 2.2 If Cable Connection

    Parallel communications adapter PARALLEL COMMUNICATION ADAPTOR COM PORT IF cable Main unit Figure 2.2 IF cable connection...
  • Page 22: Connection To Host Machine

    Connection to Host Machine As shown in Figure 2.3, use the printer cable (sold separately) to connect the parallel communications adapter to the host machine. Connection to host machine As shown in Figure 2.3, use the printer cable (sold separately) to connect the parallel communications adapter to the host machine.
  • Page 23: Figure 2.3 Printer Cable Connection

    Host machine Printer cable PARALLEL COMMUNICATION ADAPTOR COM PORT Parallel communications adapter Figure 2.3 Printer cable connection...
  • Page 24: Power-On Sequence

    Power-on Sequence Before turning on the power, ensure that all connections are complete. Then, turn on the power in the order of the host machine, the main unit, then the target (user system). Power-on sequence Before turning on the power, ensure that all connections are complete. Then, turn on the power in the order of the host machine, the main unit, then the target (user system).
  • Page 25: Power-Off Sequence

    Power-off Sequence Turn off the power in the order of the target (user system), the main unit, then the host machine. Power-off sequence Turn off the power in the order of the target (user system), the main unit, then the host machine. To turn off the power, set the power switch on the rear panel of the main unit to “0.”...

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