FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SS01-71099-1E SUPPORT SYSTEM MC-16L/16LX EMULATOR PGA-256P ADAPTER BOARD MB2147-10-E OPERATION MANUAL...
PREFACE The MB2147-10-E* is an optional tool of the MB2147-01-E, which is a development support tool used to develop and evaluate application products based on the FUJITSU F -16L/16LX mi- crocontroller. This manual is intended for engineers who use the MB2147-10-E to develop F MC-16L/LX appli- cation products.
■ Cautions of the product described in this manual The following precautions apply to the product described in this manual. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in death or serious WARNING injury and/or a fault in the user’s system if the product is not used correctly. Before performing any operation described in this manual, turn off all the power Electric shock, supplies to the system.
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1. PRODUCT OUTLINE ■ Checking the items packaged Check that the package contains all of the following items before using the product. • Adapter board • Operation manual (Japanese version) • Operation manual (English version: this manual) ■ Options The adapter board itself cannot operate alone. As required, purchase the options listed in Table 1 to build an emulator system for the evaluation MCU being used.
■ Appearance and part names Figure 1 shows the adapter board and gives the names of all of its parts. EXEC HOLD SLEEP STOP RESET (10) Name Description Probe connector B Connects to a flat cable. Probe connector A Connects to a probe cable. User data bus switch Used to switch the user data bus probing circuit.
■ General specifications Table 2 lists the general specifications of the adapter board. The following names used in this manual have the following definitions: • Emulator : Emulator unit + adapter board • Emulator system : Emulator unit + adapter board + probe Table 2 General specifications Item Specification...
2. CONNECTING THE PRODUCT 2.1 System Configuration The adapter board can be used as an emulator when it is connected to the emulator unit. Figure 2 shows the emulator system configuration. Emulator system Emulator Adapter Host machine User system board Test equipment (e.g., logic analyzer) (1) Emulator unit*...
2.2 Connecting the Adapter Board to the Emulator Unit Connect the adapter board to the adapter board connector in the emulator unit, as shown in Figure 3. Adapter board Emulator unit Figure 3 Connecting the adapter board to the emulator unit...
2.3 Connecting a Probe to the User System Connect a probe to the user system. The type of connection between a probe and the user system varies depending on the configuration of the probe to be used. Table 3 summarizes the applicable probe configurations. Table 3 Probe configurations Cable used Probe configuration...
■ Connecting to the user system (using flat cables and a probe header) Connect the corresponding probe header of the mass-production MCU package to be used to the con- nector of the user system, as shown in Figure 5. See the probe cable operation manual of the relevant product for information on how to connect the connector of the probe header.
2.4 Connecting a Probe to the Adapter Board Connect a probe to the adapter board. Note : Two pairs (A1/A2 and B1/B2) of connectors are mounted on the adapter board. Please use only one pair of probe connector when you debug it, and do not use both pairs simultaneously.
3. OPERATING THE PRODUCT ■ Mounting an evaluation MCU Mount an evaluation MCU on the adapter board. Pull up the lever of an IC socket (SC1) to mount an evaluation MCU on the adapter board. Align the No. 1 pin index ( ) of the evaluation MCU with that ( ) of the IC socket.
■ Clock supply Clock is supplied to the evaluation MCU. Figure 10 shows how to mount a crystal unit in an IC socket (SC2) on the adapter board. Figure 11 shows the clock peripheral circuit configuration. Figure 12 shows examples of subclock setting jumper settings.
SUB XTAL SUB XTAL SUB XTAL Figure 12 Examples of subclock setting jumper settings Table 4 Settings of the main clock switch Setting of FC SEL (SW3) Main clock supply source Clock area User system Table 5 Settings of the subclock switch Setting of Subclock FC SEL...
■ Setting of the emulator-dedicated power supply According to whether the emulator-dedicated power supply on the evaluation MCU is available to be used, set the setting of the emulator-dedicated power supply. Using the emulator-dedicated power supply setting jumper on the adapter board, set the tool interface power supply on the evaluation MCU to operate with the user power supply (UV 1) or the devel- opment tool power supply (+5 V).
■ Setting of the user port power supply Use the user port power supply setting jumper on the adapter board to set the reference voltage of the user data bus probing circuit. The user data bus for which the reference voltage is set corresponds to user port 0 or 1. Set the user port reference voltage for each user port power supply.
■ Setting of the C-pin switch According to whether the C-pin of the evaluation MCU is used, set the C-pin switch. Use the C-pin switch on the adapter board to switch the C-pin setting. Figure 14 shows the peripheral circuit configuration of the C-pin switch. Table 8 lists the settings of the switch.
■ Setting of the user data bus switch If the probing target pins (P00 to P07, P10 to P17) have a special specification, such as for a high- voltage port, set the user data bus probing circuit to "Disconnect." When the external bus of the evaluation MCU is not used, "Disconnect" is the recommended setting for the user data bus probing circuit.
P0 [7:0] Probe Evaluation MCU To probe connector P1 [7:0] MAX901 74CBTD3384 P0 SENSE OUT + − To internal emulator circuit MAX901 74CBTD3384 P1 SENSE OUT + − Adapter board 74CBTD3384 DC characteristics 1 μA Input current (Iin) MAX901 DC characteristics 10 μA Input current (Iin) Figure 15 Peripheral circuit configuration of the user data bus switch...
4. USER I/F SPECIFICATIONS Table 10 and Table 11 summarize the correspondence between pin numbers of probe connector A/ B and the evaluation MCU. The evaluation MCU signal names in the tables are temporary names. Note that the actual signal names vary depending on the model.
49 1 Adapter board (top view) User system (top view) Flat cable Figure 16 Correspondence between probe connector B1/B2 pin numbers on the adapter board and user system...
SS01-71099-1E FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS • SUPPORT SYSTEM MC-16L/16LX EMULATOR PGA-256P ADAPTER BOARD MB2147-10-E OPERATION MANUAL August 2008 the first edition Published FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS LIMITED Edited Business & Media Promotion Dept.