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Fujitsu FR Family FR60 Lite User Manual

Fujitsu FR Family FR60 Lite User Manual (1038 pages)

32-BIT MICROCONTROLLER  
Brand: Fujitsu | Category: Computer Hardware | Size: 11.01 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction17................................................................................................................................................................
How To Handle The Device17................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction For Users19................................................................................................................................................................
Caution: Debug-related Matters22................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use This Document23................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Mb91460 Rev.a/rev.b Overview27................................................................................................................................................................
Overview27................................................................................................................................................................
Features27................................................................................................................................................................
Mb91460 Series Product Lineup35................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram37................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Mb91460 Series Basic Information39................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Map39................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Map40................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Vector Table89................................................................................................................................................................
Package94................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Assignment Diagram95................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Definitions96................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Circuit Type110................................................................................................................................................................
Pin State Table112................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Cpu Architecture121................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu123................................................................................................................................................................
Bit/16-bit Bus Converter123................................................................................................................................................................
Harvard/princeton Bus Converter123................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Overview124................................................................................................................................................................
Data Structure125................................................................................................................................................................
Word Alignment126................................................................................................................................................................
Addressing127................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Cpu Registers129................................................................................................................................................................
General-purpose Registers129................................................................................................................................................................
Dedicated Registers129................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Eit: Exceptions, Interrupts And Traps137................................................................................................................................................................
Eit Trigger137................................................................................................................................................................
Return From Eit137................................................................................................................................................................
Eit Interrupt Level138................................................................................................................................................................
Eit Vector Table138................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Eit Processing139................................................................................................................................................................
Operation141................................................................................................................................................................
Caution144................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Branch Instruction145................................................................................................................................................................
Branch Instruction With Delay Slot145................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Branch Instruction With Delay Slot145................................................................................................................................................................
Actual Example (with Delay Slot)146................................................................................................................................................................
Restrictions On Branch Instruction With Delay Slot147................................................................................................................................................................
Branch Instruction Without Delay Slot148................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Branch Instruction Without Delay Slot148................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Device State Transition149................................................................................................................................................................
State Transition Diagram150................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Reset155................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration156................................................................................................................................................................
Registers157................................................................................................................................................................
Init Pin Input (init: Settings Initialization Reset)162................................................................................................................................................................
Watchdog Reset (init: Settings Initialization Reset)164................................................................................................................................................................
Software Reset (rst: Operation Initialization Reset)165................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Operation Modes166................................................................................................................................................................
Mcu Operation Mode167................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Standby171................................................................................................................................................................
Settings177................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Memory Controller183................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Interface183................................................................................................................................................................
General Purpose Ram183................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Cache And Data Buffer183................................................................................................................................................................
Prefetch183................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed Mode And Reset Vectors183................................................................................................................................................................
Explanations Of Registers185................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 Instruction Cache195................................................................................................................................................................
General Description195................................................................................................................................................................
Main Body Structure195................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Mode Conditions201................................................................................................................................................................
Cacheable Areas In The Instruction Cache202................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Handling The I-cache202................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 Clock Control205................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 14 Pll Interface223................................................................................................................................................................
Frequency Calculation223................................................................................................................................................................
Recommended Settings228................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Auto Gear Up/down229................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 15 Can Clock Prescaler233................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 16 Clock Supervisor237................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Clock Supervisor237................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Supervisor Register238................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram Clock Supervisor240................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Modes241................................................................................................................................................................
Stop Mode252................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 17 Clock Modulator255................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Modulator Registers256................................................................................................................................................................
Application Note263................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 18 Timebase Counter265................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 19 Timebase Timer279................................................................................................................................................................
Register281................................................................................................................................................................
Setting284................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 20 Software Watchdog Timer289................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 21 Hardware Watchdog Timer299................................................................................................................................................................
Functions303................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 22 Main Oscillation Stabilisation Timer305................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 23 Sub Oscillation Stabilisation Timer315................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 24 Interrupt Control327................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Vector333................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 25 External Interrupt337................................................................................................................................................................
External Interrupts339................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Types345................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 26 Dma Controller349................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Dma Controller (dmac)349................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Controller (dmac) Registers351................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Controller (dmac) Operation370................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Flowcharts389................................................................................................................................................................
Data Bus392................................................................................................................................................................
Dma External Interface395................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 27 Delayed Interrupt399................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 28 Bit Search403................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 29 Mpu / Edsu413................................................................................................................................................................
Break Functions415................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Protection420................................................................................................................................................................
Quick Reference445................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 30 I/o Ports447................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Ports Functions447................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Circuit Types469................................................................................................................................................................
Port Register Settings470................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 31 External Bus523................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The External Bus Interface523................................................................................................................................................................
External Bus Interface Registers528................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of The Chip Select Area558................................................................................................................................................................
Endian And Bus Access559................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Ordinary Bus Interface578................................................................................................................................................................
Burst Access Operation590................................................................................................................................................................
Address/data Multiplex Interface592................................................................................................................................................................
Prefetch Operation595................................................................................................................................................................
Sdram/fcram Interface Operation598................................................................................................................................................................
Self Refresh600................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Access Operation608................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Arbitration624................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Setting A Register626................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using The External Bus Interface627................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 32 Usart (lin / Fifo)629................................................................................................................................................................
Usart Interrupts631................................................................................................................................................................
Usart Configuration632................................................................................................................................................................
Usart Pins636................................................................................................................................................................
Usart Registers637................................................................................................................................................................
Reception Interrupt Generation And Flag Set Timing656................................................................................................................................................................
Transmission Interrupt Generation And Flag Set Timing657................................................................................................................................................................
Usart Baud Rates658................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Baud Rate659................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The Reload Counter661................................................................................................................................................................
Usart Operation663................................................................................................................................................................
Error Detection667................................................................................................................................................................
Direct Access To Serial Pins670................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using Usart679................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 33 I2c Controller681................................................................................................................................................................
I2c Interface Registers683................................................................................................................................................................
I2c Interface Operation701................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Flow Charts703................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 34 Can Controller707................................................................................................................................................................
Register Description708................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Description736................................................................................................................................................................
Can Application740................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 35 Free-run Timer749................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Diagram750................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 36 Input Capture763................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 37 Output Compare775................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 38 Reload Timer791................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 39 Programmable Pulse Generator811................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 40 Pulse Frequency Modulator839................................................................................................................................................................
Pfm Overview839................................................................................................................................................................
Reload Counter Registers842................................................................................................................................................................
Reload Counter Operation846................................................................................................................................................................
Pfm Operation And Setting849................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 41 Up/down Counter851................................................................................................................................................................
Feature851................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 42 Sound Generator879................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 43 Stepper Motor Controller887................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 44 A/d Converter901................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of A/d Converter901................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram Of A/d Converter902................................................................................................................................................................
Registers Of A/d Converter903................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of A/d Converter912................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 45 D/a Converter925................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 46 Alarm Comparator933................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Comparator Control/status Register (acsr)934................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 47 Lcd Controller937................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 48 Clock Monitor957................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 49 Real-time Clock965................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 50 Subclock Calibration Unit979................................................................................................................................................................
Timing981................................................................................................................................................................
Clocks982................................................................................................................................................................
Power Dissipation990................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 51 Low Voltage Reset/interrupt991................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 52 Regulator Control995................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 53 Fixed Mode-reset Vector / Boot-rom999................................................................................................................................................................
Check For Boot Conditions999................................................................................................................................................................
Registers Modified By Boot Rom1004................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Access Mode Switching1005................................................................................................................................................................
Bootloader Update Strategy1006................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 54 Flash Memory1009................................................................................................................................................................
Access Modes1012................................................................................................................................................................
Auto Algorithms1015................................................................................................................................................................
Sector Erase1017................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 55 Flash Security1025................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Security Vectors1026................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 56 Electrical Specification1033................................................................................................................................................................

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Fujitsu FR Family FR60 Lite Hardware Manual

Fujitsu FR Family FR60 Lite Hardware Manual (664 pages)

Brand: Fujitsu | Category: Microcontrollers | Size: 3.88 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents9................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Overview19................................................................................................................................................................
Features20................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram25................................................................................................................................................................
Package Dimensions27................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Layout29................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Pin Functions31................................................................................................................................................................
Input-output Circuit Forms45................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Handling The Device49................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Handling The Device50................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Using The Little-endian Area55................................................................................................................................................................
C Compiler (fcc911)56................................................................................................................................................................
Assembler (fasm911)59................................................................................................................................................................
Linker (flnk911)60................................................................................................................................................................
Debuggers (sim911, Eml911, And Mon911)61................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Cpu And Control Units63................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Space64................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Architecture67................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Instructions71................................................................................................................................................................
Programming Model73................................................................................................................................................................
General-purpose Registers74................................................................................................................................................................
Dedicated Registers75................................................................................................................................................................
Data Configuration82................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Map84................................................................................................................................................................
Branch Instructions85................................................................................................................................................................
Operations With A Delay Slot86................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Without Delay Slot89................................................................................................................................................................
Eit (exception, Interrupt, And Trap)90................................................................................................................................................................
Eit Interrupt Levels91................................................................................................................................................................
Icr (interrupt Control Register)93................................................................................................................................................................
Ssp (system Stack Pointer)95................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Stack96................................................................................................................................................................
Tbr (table Base Register)97................................................................................................................................................................
Eit Vector Table98................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Eit Processing102................................................................................................................................................................
Operations104................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Modes108................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Modes109................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Settings110................................................................................................................................................................
Reset (device Initialization)112................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Levels113................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Sources114................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Sequence116................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillation Stabilization Wait Time117................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Operation Modes120................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Generation Control122................................................................................................................................................................
Pll Controls123................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillation Stabilization Wait Time And Pll Lock Wait Time124................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Distribution126................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Division128................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram Of Clock Generation Controller129................................................................................................................................................................
Register Of Clock Generation Controller130................................................................................................................................................................
Peripheral Circuits Of Clock Controller147................................................................................................................................................................
Device State Control151................................................................................................................................................................
Device States And State Transitions152................................................................................................................................................................
Low-power Consumption Modes156................................................................................................................................................................
Watch Timer161................................................................................................................................................................
Main Clock Oscillation Stabilization Wait Timer167................................................................................................................................................................
Peripheral Stop Control173................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 External Bus Interface179................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The External Bus Interface180................................................................................................................................................................
External Bus Interface Registers185................................................................................................................................................................
Asr0 To Asr3 (area Select Register)186................................................................................................................................................................
Acr0 To Acr7 (area Configuration Registers)187................................................................................................................................................................
Awr0 To Awr3 (area Wait Register)193................................................................................................................................................................
Iowr0 To Iowr3 (i/o Wait Registers For Dmac)199................................................................................................................................................................
Chip Select Enable Register (cser)201................................................................................................................................................................
Tcr (terminal And Timing Control Register)202................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of The Chip Select Area204................................................................................................................................................................
Byte Ordering (endian) And Bus Access206................................................................................................................................................................
Relationship Between Data Bus Widths And Control Signals207................................................................................................................................................................
Big Endian Bus Access208................................................................................................................................................................
Little Endian Bus Access215................................................................................................................................................................
External Access219................................................................................................................................................................
Ordinary Bus Interface223................................................................................................................................................................
Address/data Multiplex Interface233................................................................................................................................................................
Prefetch Operation236................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Access Operation240................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Arbitration246................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Setting A Register248................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 I/o Port249................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The I/o Port250................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Port Registers252................................................................................................................................................................
8/16-bit Up/down Counters/timer And U-timers263................................................................................................................................................................
8/16-bit Up/down Counters/timers264................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of 8/16-bit Up/down Counters/timers265................................................................................................................................................................
8/16-bit Up/down Counters/timer Registers270................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The 8/16-bit Up/down Counters/timers277................................................................................................................................................................
U-timer286................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The U-timer287................................................................................................................................................................
U-timer Registers288................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The U-timer293................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 16-bit Free-running Timer And 16-bit Reload Timer296................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Free-running Timer296................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The 16-bit Free-running Timer297................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Free-running Timer Registers298................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The 16-bit Free-running Timer302................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Reload Timer304................................................................................................................................................................
Structure Of The 16-bit Reload Timer305................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Reload Timer Register307................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The 16-bit Reload Register310................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 Programmable Pulse Generator (ppg) Timer315................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Ppg Timer316................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Timer Registers320................................................................................................................................................................
Control Status Register321................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Cycle Setting Register (pcsr)325................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Duty Setting Register (pdut)326................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Timer Register (ptmr)327................................................................................................................................................................
General Control Register 10328................................................................................................................................................................
General Control Register 20331................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Ppg Timer332................................................................................................................................................................
Timing Charts For Pwm Operation333................................................................................................................................................................
Timing Charts For One-shot Operation335................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Sources And Timing Chart (with Ppg Output Set For Ordinary Polarity)336................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Methods Of All-l And All-h Ppg Output337................................................................................................................................................................
Activation Of Multiple Channels Using The General Control Register338................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Interrupt Controller341................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Interrupt Controller342................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Controller Registers346................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Control Register (icr)347................................................................................................................................................................
Hold Request Cancellation Request Register (hrcl)349................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Interrupt Controller350................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 External Interrupt And Nmi Controller359................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The External Interrupt And Nmi Controller360................................................................................................................................................................
External Interrupt And Nmi Controller Registers362................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Interrupt Request Register (enirn)363................................................................................................................................................................
External Interrupt Request Register (eirrn)364................................................................................................................................................................
External Level Register (elvrn)365................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The External Interrupt And Nmi Controller366................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Realos-related Hardware369................................................................................................................................................................
Delayed Interrupt Module370................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Delayed Interrupt Module371................................................................................................................................................................
Delayed Interrupt Module Registers372................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Delayed Interrupt Module373................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Search Module374................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Bit Search Module375................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Search Module Registers376................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Bit Search Module378................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 A/d Converter381................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The A/d Converter382................................................................................................................................................................
A/d Converter Registers384................................................................................................................................................................
Control Status Register (adcs1)385................................................................................................................................................................
Control Status Register (adcs2)388................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Time Setting Register (adct)391................................................................................................................................................................
Data Registers (adthx And Adtlx)393................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The A/d Converter394................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 8-bit D/a Converter394................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The 8-bit D/a Converter398................................................................................................................................................................
8-bit D/a Converter Register400................................................................................................................................................................
8-bit D/a Converter Operation402................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 14 Uart, Serial I/o Interface (sio), Input Capture Module, And Output Compare Module403................................................................................................................................................................
Uart404................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of The Uart405................................................................................................................................................................
Uart Registers408................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Uart417................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Using The Uart425................................................................................................................................................................
Serial I/o Interface (sio)428................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Serial I/o Interface (sio)429................................................................................................................................................................
Serial I/o Interface Registers431................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Serial I/o Interface (sio)437................................................................................................................................................................
Input Capture Module443................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Input Capture Module444................................................................................................................................................................
Input Capture Module Registers446................................................................................................................................................................
Input Capture Operation448................................................................................................................................................................
Output Compare449................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of The Output Compare Module450................................................................................................................................................................
Output Compare Module Registers452................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Output Compare Module455................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 15 I 2 C Interface457................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The I 2 C Interface458................................................................................................................................................................
C Interface Registers462................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Status Register (ibsr)463................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Control Register (ibcr)466................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Control Register (iccr)473................................................................................................................................................................
10-bit Slave Address Register (itba)475................................................................................................................................................................
10-bit Slave Address Mask Register (itmk)476................................................................................................................................................................
7-bit Slave Address Register (isba)478................................................................................................................................................................
7-bit Slave Address Mask Register (ismk)479................................................................................................................................................................
Data Register (idar)480................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Disable Register (idbl)481................................................................................................................................................................
Explanation Of I 2 C Interface Operation482................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Flowcharts486................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 16 Dma Controller (dmac)489................................................................................................................................................................
Overview490................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed Explanation Of Registers493................................................................................................................................................................
Dmac Ch0 To Ch4 Control/status Registers A494................................................................................................................................................................
Dmac Ch0 To Ch4 Control/status Registers B500................................................................................................................................................................
Dmac Ch0 To Ch4 Transfer Source/transfer Destination Address Setting Registers506................................................................................................................................................................
Dmac Ch0 To Ch4 Dmac All-channel Control Register508................................................................................................................................................................
Explanation Of Operation510................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Operation511................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Transfer Request514................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Sequence515................................................................................................................................................................
General Aspects Of Dma Transfer519................................................................................................................................................................
Addressing Mode521................................................................................................................................................................
Data Types522................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Count Control523................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Control524................................................................................................................................................................
Hold Arbitration525................................................................................................................................................................
Operation From Starting To End/stopping526................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Request Acceptance And Transfer527................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Peripheral Interrupts By Dma528................................................................................................................................................................
Temporary Stopping529................................................................................................................................................................
Operation End/stopping530................................................................................................................................................................
Stopping Due To An Error531................................................................................................................................................................
Dmac Interrupt Control532................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Transfer During Sleep533................................................................................................................................................................
Channel Selection And Control534................................................................................................................................................................
Supplement On External Pin And Internal Operation Timing536................................................................................................................................................................
Data Path543................................................................................................................................................................
Dma External Interface547................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 17 Flash Memory551................................................................................................................................................................
Outline Of Flash Memory552................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Memory Registers557................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Control/status Register (flcr) (cpu Mode)558................................................................................................................................................................
Flash Memory Wait Register (flwc)561................................................................................................................................................................
Explanation Of Flash Memory Operation563................................................................................................................................................................
Automatic Algorithm Of Flash Memory565................................................................................................................................................................
Command Sequence566................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Automatic Algorithm Operating Status570................................................................................................................................................................
Writing To And Erasing Flash Memory575................................................................................................................................................................
Read/reset Status576................................................................................................................................................................
Data Writing577................................................................................................................................................................
Data Erasure (chip Erasure)579................................................................................................................................................................
Data Erasure (sector Erasure)580................................................................................................................................................................
Temporary Sector Erase Stop582................................................................................................................................................................
Sector Erase Restart583................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 18 Mb91f355a/f353a/f356b/f357b Serial Programming Connection586................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Configuration Of Mb91f355a/f353a/f356b/f357b Serial Programming Connection586................................................................................................................................................................
Pins Used For Fujitsu Standard Serial Onboard Writing587................................................................................................................................................................
Examples Of Serial Programming Connection588................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration Of Flash Microcontroller Programmer590................................................................................................................................................................
Other Precautionary Information591................................................................................................................................................................
Access Restriction Functions593................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 19 Data Internal Ram/instruction Internal Ram594................................................................................................................................................................
Explanation Of Registers595................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix599................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A I/o Map600................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix B Interrupt Vector612................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C Pin States In Each Cpu State615................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix D Instruction Lists621................................................................................................................................................................
Index637................................................................................................................................................................
Fujitsu FR Family FR60 Lite Hardware Manual

Fujitsu FR Family FR60 Lite Hardware Manual (636 pages)

32-BIT MICROCONTROLLER MB91301 Series  
Brand: Fujitsu | Category: Microcontrollers | Size: 5.15 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents11................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Overview21................................................................................................................................................................
Features Of The Mb91301 Series22................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram27................................................................................................................................................................
Package Dimensions28................................................................................................................................................................
Pin Layout31................................................................................................................................................................
Pin No. Table33................................................................................................................................................................
List Of Pin Functions35................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Circuit Types46................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Handling The Device51................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Handling The Device52................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Handling Power Supplies59................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Cpu And Control Units61................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Space62................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Architecture65................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Cache70................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of The Instruction Cache71................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Of The Control Registers74................................................................................................................................................................
Instruction Cache Statuses And Settings78................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Instruction Cache Before Use80................................................................................................................................................................
Dedicated Registers83................................................................................................................................................................
Program Status (ps) Register86................................................................................................................................................................
General-purpose Registers90................................................................................................................................................................
Data Structure91................................................................................................................................................................
Word Alignment92................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Map93................................................................................................................................................................
Branch Instructions94................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Branch Instructions With Delay Slot95................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Branch Instruction Without Delay Slot98................................................................................................................................................................
Eit (exception, Interrupt, And Trap)99................................................................................................................................................................
Eit Interrupt Levels100................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Control Register (icr)102................................................................................................................................................................
System Stack Pointer (ssp)103................................................................................................................................................................
Table Base Register (tbr)104................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Eit Processing108................................................................................................................................................................
Eit Operations110................................................................................................................................................................
Reset (device Initialization)114................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Levels115................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Sources116................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Sequence118................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillation Stabilization Wait Time119................................................................................................................................................................
Reset Operation Modes121................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Generation Control123................................................................................................................................................................
Pll Controls124................................................................................................................................................................
Oscillation Stabilization Wait Time And Pll Lock Wait Time125................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Distribution126................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Division128................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram Of Clock Generation Controller129................................................................................................................................................................
Register Of Clock Generation Controller130................................................................................................................................................................
Peripheral Circuits Of Clock Controller145................................................................................................................................................................
Smooth Startup And Stop Of Clock148................................................................................................................................................................
Device State Control151................................................................................................................................................................
Device States And State Transitions153................................................................................................................................................................
Low-power Modes156................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Modes160................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 External Bus Interface163................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The External Bus Interface164................................................................................................................................................................
External Bus Interface Registers169................................................................................................................................................................
Area Select Registers 0 To 7(asr0 To Asr7)170................................................................................................................................................................
Area Configuration Registers 0 To 7 (acr0 To Acr7)172................................................................................................................................................................
Area Wait Register (awr0 To Awr7)178................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Setting Register (mcra For Sdram/fcram Auto-precharge Off Mode)187................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Setting Register (mcrb For Fcram Auto-precharge On Mode)189................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Wait Registers For Dmac (iowr0, Iowr1)190................................................................................................................................................................
Chip Select Enable Register (cser)192................................................................................................................................................................
Cache Enable Register (cher)194................................................................................................................................................................
Pin/timing Control Register (tcr)195................................................................................................................................................................
Refresh Control Register (rcr)197................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Example Of The Chip Select Area201................................................................................................................................................................
Endian And Bus Access202................................................................................................................................................................
Big Endian Bus Access204................................................................................................................................................................
Little Endian Bus Access211................................................................................................................................................................
Comparison Of Big Endian And Little Endian External Access216................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Ordinary Bus Interface222................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Timing223................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Wrn + Byte Control Type224................................................................................................................................................................
Read -> Write Operation226................................................................................................................................................................
Write -> Write Operation227................................................................................................................................................................
Auto-wait Cycle228................................................................................................................................................................
External Wait Cycle229................................................................................................................................................................
Synchronous Write Enable Output230................................................................................................................................................................
Csn Delay Setting232................................................................................................................................................................
Csn -> Rd/wrn Setup And Rd/wrn -> Csn Hold Setting233................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Fly-by Transfer (i/o -> Memory)234................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Fly-by Transfer (memory -> I/o)235................................................................................................................................................................
Burst Access Operation236................................................................................................................................................................
Address/data Multiplex Interface238................................................................................................................................................................
Prefetch Operation241................................................................................................................................................................
Sdram/fcram Interface Operation244................................................................................................................................................................
Self Refresh248................................................................................................................................................................
Power-on Sequence249................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Sdram/fcram To Many Areas250................................................................................................................................................................
Address Multiplexing Format251................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Connection Example252................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Access Operation256................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Fly-by Transfer (i/o -> Sdram/fcram)261................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Fly-by Transfer (sdram/fcram -> I/o)263................................................................................................................................................................
2-cycle Transfer (internal Ram -> External I/o, Ram)267................................................................................................................................................................
2-cycle Transfer (external -> I/o)268................................................................................................................................................................
2-cycle Transfer (i/o -> External)269................................................................................................................................................................
2-cycle Transfer (i/o -> Sdram/fcram)270................................................................................................................................................................
2-cycle Transfer (sdram/fcram -> I/o)271................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Arbitration272................................................................................................................................................................
Procedure For Setting A Register274................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Using The External Bus Interface275................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 I/o Port277................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The I/o Port278................................................................................................................................................................
I/o Port Registers280................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 16-bit Reload Timer289................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The 16-bit Reload Timer290................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Reload Timer Registers291................................................................................................................................................................
Control Status Register (tmcsr)292................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Timer Register (tmr:tmr2 To Tmr0)295................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Reload Register (tmrlr:tmrlr2 To Tmrlr0)296................................................................................................................................................................
16-bit Reload Timer Operation297................................................................................................................................................................
Operating States Of The Counter299................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Using The 16-bit Reload Timer300................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Ppg Timer301................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Ppg Timer302................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram Of Ppg Timer303................................................................................................................................................................
Registers Of Ppg Timer305................................................................................................................................................................
Control Status Registers (pcnh:pcnh3 To Pcnh0, Pcnl:pcnl3 To Pcnl0)306................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Cycle Set Register (pcsr:pcsr3 To Pcsr0)310................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Duty Set Register (pdut:pdut3 To Pdut0)311................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Timer Register (ptmr:ptmr3 To Ptmr0)312................................................................................................................................................................
General Control Register 10 (gcn10)313................................................................................................................................................................
General Control Register 20 (gcn20)316................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Operation317................................................................................................................................................................
One-shot Operation319................................................................................................................................................................
Ppg Timer Interrupt Source And Timing Chart321................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Multiple Channels By Using The General Control Register323................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Use Of The Ppg Timer325................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 8 U-timer327................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The U-timer328................................................................................................................................................................
U-timer Registers329................................................................................................................................................................
U-timer Operation333................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 External Interrupt And Nmi Controller335................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The External Interrupt And Nmi Controller336................................................................................................................................................................
External Interrupt And Nmi Controller Registers337................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Enable Register (enir)338................................................................................................................................................................
External Interrupt Request Register (eirr)339................................................................................................................................................................
External Interrupt Request Level Setting Register (elvr)340................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The External Interrupt And Nmi Controller341................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 Delayed Interupt Module345................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Delayed Interrupt Module346................................................................................................................................................................
Delayed Interrupt Module Registers347................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Delayed Interrupt Module348................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 11 Interrupt Controller349................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Interrupt Controller350................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Controller Registers352................................................................................................................................................................
Hold Request Cancellation Request Level Setting Register (hrcl)356................................................................................................................................................................
Interrupt Controller Operation357................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Using The Hold Request Cancellation Request Function (hrcr)363................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 12 A/d Converter365................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The A/d Converter366................................................................................................................................................................
A/d Converter Registers368................................................................................................................................................................
Control Status Register (adcs)369................................................................................................................................................................
Data Register (adcr)374................................................................................................................................................................
Conversion Result Register (adcr0 To Adcr3)375................................................................................................................................................................
A/d Converter Operation376................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On The Using A/d Converter378................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 13 Uart379................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Uart380................................................................................................................................................................
Uart Registers382................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Mode Register (smr)383................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Control Register (scr)385................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Input Data Register (sidr)/serial Output Data Register (sodr)388................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Status Register (ssr)389................................................................................................................................................................
Uart Operation393................................................................................................................................................................
Asynchronous (start-stop Synchronization) Mode394................................................................................................................................................................
Clk Synchronous Mode395................................................................................................................................................................
Occurrence Of Interrupts And Timing For Setting Flags397................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Using The Uart400................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Setting Baud Rates And U-timer Reload Values402................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 14 Dma Controller (dmac)403................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Dma Controller (dmac)404................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Controller (dmac) Registers406................................................................................................................................................................
Control/status Registers A (dmaca0 To Dmaca4)408................................................................................................................................................................
Control/status Registers B (dmacb0 To Dmacb4)413................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Source/transfer Destination Address Setting Registers (dmasa0 To Dmasa4/dmada0 To Dmada4)420................................................................................................................................................................
Dmac All-channel Control Register (dmacr)422................................................................................................................................................................
Other Functions424................................................................................................................................................................
Dma Controller (dmac) Operation425................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Transfer Request428................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Sequence430................................................................................................................................................................
General Aspects Of Dma Transfer434................................................................................................................................................................
Addressing Mode436................................................................................................................................................................
Data Types437................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer Count Control438................................................................................................................................................................
Cpu Control439................................................................................................................................................................
Hold Arbitration440................................................................................................................................................................
Operation From Starting To End/stopping441................................................................................................................................................................
Dmac Interrupt Control445................................................................................................................................................................
Channel Selection And Control446................................................................................................................................................................
Supplement On External Pin And Internal Operation Timing448................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Flowcharts452................................................................................................................................................................
Data Bus455................................................................................................................................................................
Dma External Interface458................................................................................................................................................................
Input Timing Of The Dreqx Pin459................................................................................................................................................................
Fr30 Compatible Mode Of Dack461................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 15 Bit Search Module463................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Bit Search Module464................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Search Module Registers465................................................................................................................................................................
Bit Search Module Operation467................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 16 I 2 C Interface469................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The I C Interface470................................................................................................................................................................
I 2 C Interface Registers471................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram Of I 2 C Interface473................................................................................................................................................................
Detailed On Registers Of The I C Interface474................................................................................................................................................................
I 2 C Interface Operation488................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 17 16-bit Free Run Timer497................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of 16-bit Free Run Timer498................................................................................................................................................................
Registers Of The 16-bit Free Run Timer499................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram Of The 16-bit Free Run Timer500................................................................................................................................................................
Details On Registers Of The 16-bit Free Run Timer501................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The 16-bit Free Run Timer505................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions On Using The 16-bit Free Run Timer507................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 18 Input Capture509................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of Input Capture510................................................................................................................................................................
Input Capture Registers511................................................................................................................................................................
Block Diagram Of Input Capture512................................................................................................................................................................
Details On Registers Of Input Capture513................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of Input Capture515................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 19 Program Loader Mode (supported Only By The Mb91302a (ipl Integrated Model))517................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The Program Loader Mode518................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Program Loader519................................................................................................................................................................
Operations In The Program Loader Mode520................................................................................................................................................................
Example Of Using The Program Loader Mode To Write To Flash Memory531................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 20 Real-time Os Embedded Mb91302a-010 User's Guide536................................................................................................................................................................
Overview536................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications For Realos/fr Embedded In Mb91302a-010538................................................................................................................................................................
Section Allocation540................................................................................................................................................................
Startup Routine541................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Settings For Softune Workbench And Realos/fr542................................................................................................................................................................
Mode Pins, Mode Vectors, And Reset Vectors550................................................................................................................................................................
Chip Evaluation System554................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix555................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A I/o Map556................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix Binterrupt Vector568................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix C Pin State In Each Cpu State572................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix Dnotes On Using A Little Endian Area584................................................................................................................................................................
C Compiler (fcc911)585................................................................................................................................................................
D.1 C Compiler (fcc911)585................................................................................................................................................................
Assembler (fasm911)588................................................................................................................................................................
D.2 Assembler (fasm911)588................................................................................................................................................................
Linker (flnk911)590................................................................................................................................................................
D.3 Linker (flnk911)590................................................................................................................................................................
Debugger (sim911, Eml911, Mon911)591................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix Einstruction Lists592................................................................................................................................................................
How To Read The Instruction Lists593................................................................................................................................................................
Fr Family Instruction Lists598................................................................................................................................................................
Index617................................................................................................................................................................

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32-BIT MICROCONTROLLER bits pot red CAN motor board  
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Table of contents
Revision History2................................................................................................................................................................
Note3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction10................................................................................................................................................................
Contact11................................................................................................................................................................
Suppliers Of The Parts/materials12................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Starter Kit13................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-1 Component List13................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-1 External Board View14................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-2 Description Of The Respective Board Parts15................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-2 System Connection Diagram16................................................................................................................................................................
Table 1-3 Mb91f267n Pin Assignment17................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Pc19................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading The Software20................................................................................................................................................................
Installing A Usb Driver20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-3 Downloading The Usb Driver20................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-4 Installing Ft232r Usb Uart21................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-5 Selecting The Search Locations22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-6 Completing The Usb Serial Converter Installation22................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-7 Installing Usb Serial Port23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-8 Selecting The Search Locations23................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-9 Completing The Usb Serial Port Installation24................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Integrated Development Environment Softune (bits Pot Dedicated Version)25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-10 Softune Setup Confirmation25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-11 Starting Softune Setup25................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-12 Caution On Softune Setup26................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-13 Softune Setup/license Agreement26................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-14 Softune Setup/version Information27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-15 Softune Setup/selecting The Destination Of Installation27................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-16 Softune Setup/selecting The Components28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-17 Softune Setup/confirming The Installation Settings28................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-18 Softune Setup/completion29................................................................................................................................................................
Installing Pc Writer (bits Pot Red Dedicated Version)30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-19 Pc Writer/installation Dialog30................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-20 Pc Writer/setup Type31................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-21 Pc Writer/ready To Install31................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-22 Completing The Pc Writer Installation32................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Evaluation Board And Connecting It To The Pc33................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-23 Mode Selection33................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 1-24 Connection Between The Pc And The Board34................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Program35................................................................................................................................................................
Executing In Single Chip Mode36................................................................................................................................................................
Building A Project36................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-1 Opening A Workspace36................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-2 Selecting A Workspace37................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-3 Building A Project37................................................................................................................................................................
Writing The Program Into The Microcontroller38................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-4 Completing The Build38................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-5 Opening The File To Write38................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-6 Selecting The File To Write39................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-7 Select The Com Port To Be Used For The Writing40................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-8 Checking The Com Port41................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-9 Writing The Program42................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-10 Completing The Program Writing42................................................................................................................................................................
Debugging By Using Monitor Debugger43................................................................................................................................................................
Writing Monitor Debugger Into The Microcontroller43................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-11 Opening The File To Write43................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-12 Selecting The File To Write44................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-13 Select The Com Port To Be Used For The Writing45................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-14 Checking The Com Port46................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-15 Writing The Program47................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-16 Completing The Program Writing47................................................................................................................................................................
Activating Softune And Configuring The Debug Settings48................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-17 Opening A Workspace48................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-18 Selecting A Workspace49................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-19 Building A Project49................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-20 Completing The Build50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-21 Changing The Debug Settings50................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-22 Starting The Debug Setting Wizard51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-23 Selecting The Debugger Type51................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-24 Selecting The Device Type52................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-25 Specifying A Batch File52................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-26 Configuring The Target File Settings53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-27 Setting Setup File Selection53................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-28 Completing The Setup Wizard54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-29 Start Debugging54................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-30 Showing The Commands Window55................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-31 Inputting Commands56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-32 Completing The Program Writing56................................................................................................................................................................
Loading The Target File57................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-33 Loading The Target File57................................................................................................................................................................
Running The Debugger58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-34 Setting Break Points58................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-35 Running The Program58................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Monitor Debugger59................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 2-36 Stopping The Program59................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Of The Sample Program60................................................................................................................................................................
Bits Pot Red Single-unit Operation61................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-1 Single-unit Operation/controls And Mechanicals61................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1 Single-unit Operation/descriptions Of The Controls And Mechanicals61................................................................................................................................................................
Can Communication Operation (can Communication Operation With The Bits Pot White)63................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 3-2 Can Communication Operation/controls And Mechanicals63................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2 Can Communication Operation/descriptions Of The Controls And Mechanicals64................................................................................................................................................................
Try To Rotate The Bldc Motor65................................................................................................................................................................
What Is The Bldc Motor65................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1 Dc Motor/bldc Motor Configuration Examples65................................................................................................................................................................
How Does The Bldc Motor Rotate66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-2 Names Of The Respective Elements66................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-3 120° Conduction Method Time Chart67................................................................................................................................................................
Bldc Motor Rotation Control By The Microcontroller68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-4 Motor Driver Circuit68................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-5 Timer Control Registers69................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1 Microcontroller Pin/motor Driver Circuit Connections69................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-2 Functions Employed By The Motor Driving Macro69................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-3 Description Of The Timer Control Registers And Setting Values70................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-6 Output Compare Registers71................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-4 Description Of The Output Compare Registers And Setting Values72................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-7 Operation Of The Free-run Timer73................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-5 Correspondence Between The Output Compare Values And The Switchings73................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-8 U-high Output To Output Comparisons74................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding And Running The Program For The Bldc Motor Operation75................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-9 Motor Operation Flowchart75................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-10 Operation Mode Settings76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-11 Main Function76................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-12 Sw2 Interrupt77................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-13 Free-run Timer Interrupt77................................................................................................................................................................
Handling Controls Of The Bldc Motor78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-14 Motor Controls Flowchart78................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-15 Rotation Speed Control79................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-16 Brake Control80................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-17 Rotation Direction Control81................................................................................................................................................................
Try To Use Can Communication82................................................................................................................................................................
What Is Can82................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-1 Example Of On-board Can Application82................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-2 Can Bus Signal Levels83................................................................................................................................................................
Can Specifications84................................................................................................................................................................
Can Frame Configurations84................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-3 Can Frame Configurations85................................................................................................................................................................
Arbitration88................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-4 Operation Of The Arbitration88................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-5 Example Of Arbitration Among Nodes89................................................................................................................................................................
Error Management90................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1 Description Of The Error Types90................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-6 Can Status Transition91................................................................................................................................................................
Can Communication By Using The Microcontroller92................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-7 Can Circuit92................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-8 Entire Can Communication Control Register93................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-2 Description Of The Entire Can Communication Control Registers And Setting Values94................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding And Running The Program For Can Communication95................................................................................................................................................................
Can Communication Configuration95................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-3 Can Communication Conditions Of The Sample Program95................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-4 Can Message Ids In The Sample Program96................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program Sequence99................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-9 Can Communication Flowchart99................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-10 Operation Mode Settings100................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-11 Main Function100................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-12 Can Timer Interrupt Control101................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-13 Motor Rotation Information Transmit102................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-14 Temperature Sensor Information Transmit102................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-15 Can Receive Processing103................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix104................................................................................................................................................................
Sample Program Folder/file Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-1 Sample Program Folder/file Configuration104................................................................................................................................................................
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Fujitsu FR Family FR60 Lite User Manual (26 pages)

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Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Revision History2................................................................................................................................................................
Warranty And Disclaimer3................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Overview5................................................................................................................................................................
Abstract5................................................................................................................................................................
General Description6................................................................................................................................................................
Functional Restrictions7................................................................................................................................................................
Installation9................................................................................................................................................................
Switches And Jumpers10................................................................................................................................................................
Level Shifter Switches And Jumpers Overview10................................................................................................................................................................
Level-shifter Direction Control Jumper11................................................................................................................................................................
Bus Control Jumpers12................................................................................................................................................................
Port 17 Jumpers (apix Aic Link)16................................................................................................................................................................
Default Jumper Setting17................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Dimensions19................................................................................................................................................................
Cpld20................................................................................................................................................................
Cpld Verilog Code20................................................................................................................................................................
Cpld Constraints22................................................................................................................................................................
Cpld Programming Jumper (j491)22................................................................................................................................................................
Information In The Www23................................................................................................................................................................
China-rohs Regulation24................................................................................................................................................................
Recycling26................................................................................................................................................................

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