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FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR
SUPPORT SYSTEM
SS01-71049-1E
DSU-FR EMULATOR
BGA-660P ADAPTER
MB2198-300
OPERATION MANUAL
PREFACE
■ Purpose and intended readership of this manual
Thank you for purchasing the BGA-660P adapter for the DSU-FR emulator (MB2198-300) *1.
This product is used together with the LQFP-176P Header Type 3 for the DSU-FR emulator
(MB2198-301) *2 to connect the DSU-FR emulator (MB2198-01) *3 and FR-DSU cable (MB219810) *4 to a user system that uses Fujitsu FR *5 microcontroller MB91460 series.
This manual describes how to use the BGA-660P adapter for the DSU-FR emulator. Please read the
manual carefully before using this product.
Please contact Fujitsu sales or support representative for details of which mass production and evaluation MCU models can be used with this product.
*1 :
*2 :
*3 :
*4 :
*5 :
Referred to below as the "adapter"
Referred to below as the "Header Board"
Referred to below as the "emulator"
Referred to below as the "DSU cable"
FR is an abbreviation of FUJITSU RISC CONTROLLER and is a product of Fujitsu Limited.
■ Safe use of this product
This manual contains important information relating to the safe use of this product. Please read this
before using the product and use the product correctly in accordance with the instructions in this
manual.
In particular, carefully read "Caution of the products described in this manual" at the beginning of
this manual and "2.Precautions When Using this Product" to understand the requirements for safe use of
the product before using it.
After reading the manual, keep it handy for future reference.
■ Warranty and liability
The specifications of this product are subject to change without notice.
Also, please note that Fujitsu accepts no responsibility for any consequences that result either directly or indirectly from the use of this product.
■ Product operating environment
This product has an operating temperature range of 5 °C to 35 °C and an operating humidity range
of 20% to 80%. Use the product in an environment that is free of condensation and avoid high temperature or humidity.
This product consists of a printed circuit board unit without a frame cabinet with exposed electronic
components. Accordingly, do not place other objects on top of the circuit board and do not allow the
metal parts of the unit to come into contact with people or materials that may have build up static
electricity. Similarly, keep any objects that are flammable, likely to cause a short circuit, or cause
any other such problem well away from the unit when the power to the unit is turned on. Keep the
unit horizontal as far as possible and do not use in locations that are subject to vibration, dust, explosive gases, or other such dangers.
If the unit is used in an environment that does not satisfy the above guidelines, there is a risk of unexpected damage to property or injury to the user or other people in the vicinity. You should also
keep the packaging materials used for shipping the product.
They work well as they are when you transport the product again, for example, if it becomes out of
order and needs to be repaired.
■ Related manuals
Please refer also to the following manuals.
• DSU-FR Emulator MB2198-01 Hardware Manual
• DSU-FR Emulator DSU-FR Cable MB2198-10 Operation Manual
• DSU-FR Emulator MB2198-301 LQFP-176P Header Type 3 Operation Manual
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■ Caution of the products described in this document
The following precautions apply to the product described in this manual.
WARNING
Electric shock,
Damage
Electric shock,
Damage
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided appropriately,
could result in death or serious injury and/or a fault in the user’s system.
Before performing any operation described in this manual, turn off all the power
supplies to the system. Performing such an operation with the power on may
cause an electric shock or device fault.
Once the product has been turned on, do not touch any metal part of it.
Doing so may cause an electric shock or device fault.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided appropriately, may
result in minor or moderate injury and/or damage to the product or the equipment
to which the product is connected, to software resources such as data, or to other
properties.
Cuts, Damage
Before moving the product, be sure to turn off all the power supplies and unplug the
cables. Watch your steps when carrying the product. Do not use the product at an
unstable location such as a place exposed to strong vibration or a sloping surface.
Doing so may let the product fall, resulting in an injury or fault.
Cuts
The product has some sharp-pointed or edged parts inevitably exposed, such as
jumper plugs. Use meticulous care in handling the product not to get injured with
such pointed parts.
Damage
Neither put anything on or apply shock to the product. Once the product has been
powered, do not carry it. Doing either may cause a fault due to a load or shock.
Damage
Since the product contains many electronic components, keep it away from direct
sunlight, high temperature, and high humidity to prevent condensation. Do not use
or store the product where it is exposed to much dust or a strong magnetic or electric field for an extended period of time.
An adverse operating or storage environment can cause a fault.
Damage
Use the product within the ranges of its general specifications.
Operating it outside the range of any general specification may cause a fault.
Damage
To prevent electrostatic breakdown, do not let your finger or an object touch any
metal part of the connector. Before handling the product, touch a metal object (such
as a door knob) to discharge static electricity from your body.
Damage
When turning the power on or off, follow the relevant procedure described in this
document. Before turning the power on, in particular, be sure to finish making all the
required connections. To set up and use the product, follow the instructions given
in this document.
Using the product incorrectly or inappropriately may cause a fault.
Damage
Before plugging or unplugging any cable for this product, be sure to turn the power
supply off. When unplugging the cable, remove it while holding the connector without pulling the cable itself. Pulling the cable itself or bending it may expose or disconnect the cable core, resulting in a fault.
Damage
The MCU socket is structured to accept an evaluation MCU in a wrong orientation
or position. Pay due attention to the mounting orientation when mounting the evaluation MCU.
Damage
When stored, the product should be kept in its packaging box as it has no housing.
Re-transporting the product may damage it to cause a fault. Keep the packaging
materials used for shipment of the product and use them when re-transporting it.
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• The contents of this document are subject to change without notice.
Customers are advised to consult with FUJITSU sales representatives before ordering.
• The information, such as descriptions of function and application circuit examples, in this document are presented
solely for the purpose of reference to show examples of operations and uses of FUJITSU semiconductor device;
FUJITSU does not warrant proper operation of the device with respect to use based on such information. When
you develop equipment incorporating the device based on such information, you must assume any responsibility
arising out of such use of the information. FUJITSU assumes no liability for any damages whatsoever arising out
of the use of the information.
• Any information in this document, including descriptions of function and schematic diagrams, shall not be construed as license of the use or exercise of any intellectual property right, such as patent right or copyright, or any
other right of FUJITSU or any third party or does FUJITSU warrant non-infringement of any third-party’s intellectual property right or other right by using such information. FUJITSU assumes no liability for any infringement
of the intellectual property rights or other rights of third parties which would result from the use of information
contained herein.
• The products described in this document are designed, developed and manufactured as contemplated for general
use, including without limitation, ordinary industrial use, general office use, personal use, and household use, but
are not designed, developed and manufactured as contemplated (1) for use accompanying fatal risks or dangers
that, unless extremely high safety is secured, could have a serious effect to the public, and could lead directly to
death, personal injury, severe physical damage or other loss (i.e., nuclear reaction control in nuclear facility, aircraft flight control, air traffic control, mass transport control, medical life support system, missile launch control
in weapon system), or (2) for use requiring extremely high reliability (i.e., submersible repeater and artificial satellite).
Please note that FUJITSU will not be liable against you and/or any third party for any claims or damages arising
in connection with above-mentioned uses of the products.
• Any semiconductor devices have an inherent chance of failure. You must protect against injury, damage or loss
from such failures by incorporating safety design measures into your facility and equipment such as redundancy,
fire protection, and prevention of over-current levels and other abnormal operating conditions.
• If any products described in this document represent goods or technologies subject to certain restrictions on export
under the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law of Japan, the prior authorization by Japanese government will
be required for export of those products from Japan.
©2006 FUJITSU LIMITED Printed in Japan
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1. Product Overview
1.1 Overview
This product is an option product for use with the DSU-FR emulator and is intended to support the
development of user systems that use the Fujitsu FR family of micro controllers.
The main features of the adapter are as follows.
• The BGA-660P adapter consists of the adapter and AC adapter.
• The adapter has an on-board IC socket for evaluation MCU (660-pin BGA package code:
BGA-660P-M02) .
• Used in conjunction with the header board to connect the user system to an emulator.
• Dual power supplies to the adapter are supplied from the user system via the AC adapter or
header board.
• Dual (VCC3, VCC5) a user power supplies are monitored. Also, the power supply voltage of
each supply voltage +1 V (VCC3H, VCC5H) is supplied to the header board. (upper limit value 5.4 V, lower limit value 4.0 V) .
• The following power supply should be connected to VCC3 terminal of the evaluation MCU.
- 3.5 V fixed power supply
- Power supply which follows UVCC3 as the lower limit value of 3.15 V
A jumper plug is used to select the power supply to be connected. The 3.5 V fixed voltage is
selected when using MB91V460.
• Each power supply supplied from the adapter (power supply supplied to VCC3H, VCC5H,
and VCC3 of evaluation MCU) monitors VCC3 or VCC5 of the user system, and shuts down
when the supply voltage is going to be the shutdown voltage or less (initial value 2.5 V and
adjustment are possible) .
• Internal ROM emulation memory function supported
• External trace function supported
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1.2 System Configuration
The adapter is used together with an emulator, header board, and other components to connect to the
user system.
Figure 1.1 shows the system configuration of this product.
Host computer
General-purpose
measurement
instrument
External trigger/
program execution
RS232C, USB, LAN
AC in
AC adapter
DSU-FR
emulator unit
DSU-FR
cable
AC in
AC adapter
Evaluation
MCU
Adapter
Header board
User system
Figure 1.1 System Configuration
To use the emulator, a host computer and emulator/debugger software are required separately. Please
refer to the “3. Connections” for details about how to connect the adapter and header board. Refer to
the header board's hardware manual, operation manual, and other support documentation for details
of the emulator, adapter, and other specifications.
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1.3 External View and Names of Each Part
Figure 1.2 shows the external view of the adapter and the names of each part.
Note that Figure 1.2 shows the state of the adapter when it is shipped
(21)
(20)
(22)
(23) (24) (26)
(25)
(27)
(28)
(29)
(30)
(1)
(19)
(18)
(17)
(16)
(15)
(14)
(13)
(2)
(12)
No.
(11) (10)
(9)
Part name
(8) (7)
(6) (5)
No.
(4)
(3)
Part name
(1) Socket mounting resistor (10 kΩ)
(16) IC socket for crystal oscillator
(2) VCC5 jumper plug
(17) Monitor pins A group
(3) Pull-up resistor (10 kΩ)
(18)
(4) MCLKI/MCLKO jumper plug
(19) IC socket for evaluation MCU
(5) P10_7 jumper plug
(20)
(6) MONCLK monitor pins
(21) EDSU_BREAKX switch
(7) VCC3SEL jumper plug
(22) DSU connector
(8) VCC3H jumper plug
(23) Jumper plugs for setting the tool bus
(9)
Trimmer Potentiometers for
shutdown voltage adjustment
(10) SHDNSEL jumper plug
(11)
Trimmer Potentiometers for
reference voltage setup *
Jumper plugs for setting the X0/X1,
X0A/X1A
Jumper plugs for setting the evaluation MCU
(24) C jumper plug
(25)
Jumper plugs for setting the P225,
P243
(26)
Jumper plugs for setting the P224,
P242
(12) Power lamp
(27) Socket mounting resistor (100 kΩ)
(13) DC jack
(28) Header I/F connector 1
(14) Power switch
(29) Socket mounting resistor (100 kΩ)
(15)
External ROM emulation memory
setting jumper plug
(30) Header I/F connector 2
* :At the time of shipment, since the Trimmer Potentiometers for reference voltage setup
has arleady set please do not change a setup.
Figure 1.2 External View
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1.4 Check Package Contents
Before starting to use the adapter, check that the following items are all present.
• Adapter (insulation board is mounted on the base back and spacer for substrates
on the side.)
:1
• AC adapter
:1
• Operation Manual (This manual in English and a Japanese version)
:1
1.5 Option Products
Table 1.1 shows the option products available for the adapter. Please purchase these separately, as
required.
Table 1.1 Option Products
Name
Model
DSU-FR emulator
MB2198-01
DSU-FR cable
MB2198-10
LQFP-176P Header Type 3 *1
MB2198-301
Evaluation MCU *2
MB91V460
*1 : When used together with the LQFP-176P Header for the DSU-FR emulator (Model number:
MB2198-301), the header board can be used as an adapter unit.
Refer to the “DSU-FR Emulator MB2198-301 LQFP-176P Header Type3 Operation Manual”
for details including how to handle the header board, how to use it, and safety precautions.
*2 : Evaluation MCUs are mounted in the adapter. Please contact Fujitsu sales or support
representative for details of another evaluation MCU.
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2. Precautions When Using this Product
Take the precautions and restrictions below when using the adapter.
■ The cautions on use
• Operating the device outside the range of any general specification may cause the device to
malfunction.
Use the device in the ranges of its general specifications.
• To set up and use the adapter, follow the instructions in this manual.
• Table 2.1 lists the temperature and humidity ranges for operating and storing the unit.
Table 2.1 Operation and Storage Conditions
Temperature
Humidity
Operation
5 °C to 35 °C
20 % to 80 % (with no condensation)
Storage
0 °C to 70 °C
20 % to 80 % (with no condensation)
■ Restrictions
The following general restrictions apply to the adapter.
• Before setting a jumper plug on the adapter, turn off all power supplies of the adapter,
emulator, and user system.
• Please use an oscillator as a supply source of the CLK signal at the user system side when the
signal is supplied from the user system to the evaluation MCU.
• When the user system supplies a CLK signal to the evaluation MCU using an oscillator, the
evaluation MCU has a restriction that, if the X0 or X1 pin must be opened, the jumper plug
for selecting the corresponding CLK signal source must be removed. This also applies to X0A
and X1A.
• When the emulator is used, INITX jumper plug of the evaluation MCU should be set to the
emulator side INITX pin of the evaluation MCU is controlled by the emulator and the reset
signal from the user system is input to the evaluation MCU via the emulator. The reset timing
is therefore delayed several clock cycles from the actual reset timing. The reset command of
the emulator only resets the evaluation MCU; it does not reset the user system. In addition,
the signal sent from the user system to the INITX pin during a break is masked by the
emulator.
• The pin state of the user bus when the evaluation MCU is in the user hold/low power consumption mode is the same as the one stated in the evaluation MCU hardware manual.
• No power is supplied to the user system from the adapter, header board, or emulator.
• The data of an internal ROM emulation memory, an external ROM emulation memory, and
an external trace memory is lost by power supply cutting of a user system.
• All measurement functions such as an external trancing facility and performance measurement cannot be supported at MB2198-01 because an adapter board is connected with
MB2198-01 by the DSU cable.
When the LQFP-176P header type 3 (MB2198-301) is used and MB91461 is emulated by
MB91V460, the following restrictions are added.
• When the emulator is accessed to the user system through an external bus at UVCC3 = 3.3 V
± 0.3 V and UVCC5 = 5 V ± 10 %, please set the input level of the external bus to 5 V TTL
level by the EPILRx.y register (see data sheet of MB91V460 or MB91461 for details) .
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• The level shift function of the header board does not support the port of P28 system (except
for P28_1, P28_2, P28_3, and P28_4) and P29 system at UVCC3 = 3.3 V ± 0.3 V and
UVCC5 = 5 V ± 10 %. Therefore, these pins become 5 V I/O terminal when these ports are
used as a general-purpose port.
• A level shift function is inserted in all the I/O terminals of MB91461 except the above. For
this reason, the pull-up should be set the terminal corresponding to MB91V460 by VCC5
(resistance : 10 kΩ) to interface between MB91V460 and the user system terminal driven by
3.3 V ± 0.3 V in the following condition : When the power supply is connected to VCC5
(pin number : 176, 162, 147, 133) and VCC3 so that the operation voltage of each I/O terminal
in MB91461 is mixed at 3.3 V ± 0.3 V and 5 V ± 10 %.
And the pull-up resistor can be demounted, so if unnecessary, please demount the resistor.
• The voltage of the signal inputted into MB91V460 is set to 4.4 V ± 0.1 V in case where power
supply connection to which each I/O terminal which inserted the level shift function operates
at 5 V ± 10 % is made to VCC5 (Pin number : 176, 162, 147, 133) and VCC3 of MB91461.
• When you impress 5 V ± 10 % to VCC5 of evaluation MCU using the LQFP-176P header type
3 (MB2198-301) , since the adapter is not supporting the clock input from a user system,
please surely perform a clock input on an adapter.
• To access the external ROM emulation memory at inpressing 3.3 V ± 0.3 V to VCC5 of
MB91V460, please insert I wait time.
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3. Connections
■ Connecting the Evaluation MCU
See Figure 3.1 when the evaluation MCU is connected.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of IC socket for evaluation MCU.
1. IC socket upper part is depressed perpendicularly.
2. Please check that IC hook has raised and place evaluation MCU on IC socket.
3. Please raise IC socket upper part calmly and check that IC hook has fixed the evaluation MCU.
Note : When you depress IC socket upper part, be careful of handling, such as supporting the bottom of a
substrate so that a substrate may not bend.
Index mark
Index mark
Evaluation
MCU
Latch for evaluation MCU
fixation
Figure 3.1 Connecting the Evaluation MCU
■ Connecting the crystal oscillator
See Figure 3.2 when the crystal oscillator is connected.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of IC socket for
crystal oscillator.
1. A crystal oscillator is connected to the No. 1 terminal and No. 8 terminal of IC socket for crystal
oscillators.
2. A capacitor is connected between No.2 terminal (or No.3 terminal) and No.4 terminal of IC socket for crystal oscillators.
3. A capacitor is connected between No.7 terminal (or No.6 terminal) and No.5 terminal of IC socket for crystal oscillators.
Crystal oscillator
Capacitor
Capacitor
Figure 3.2 Connecting the crystal oscillator
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■ Connecting the Header Board
See Figure 3.3 when the header board is connected.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of header I/F connectors 1 and 2.
The header I/F connectors 1 and 2 of an adapter and the adapter I/F connectors 1 and 2 of a header are
connected, respectively.
Adapter
Spacer for substrates
Header Board
Figure 3.3 Connecting the Header Board
■ Connecting the User system
See Figure 3.4 and 3.5 when the user system is connected.
1. Match Pin 1 of the index mark (▲) on NQPACK176SD mounted on the user system (header
board accessories) with the index mark (▲) on the header board and then insert it (See Figure
3.4.).
The pin of YQPACK is thin and easy to bend.
Insert NQPACK176SD after confirm that the pin of YQPACK is not bent.
2. Tighten the butterfly screw of a spacer for the adapter’s substrates firmly after loosening the butterfly screw and adjusting the height of a spacer.
3. Insert the screw for header board fixation (each header board accessories) in each of four screw
holes on the header board through a washer and then tighten the screw diagonally (See Figure
3.5.) .
Please equally tighten the screw one by one by using the exclusive screwdriver supplied with
NQPACK.
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Spacer for substrates
Adapter
Header board
User system
Insulation
board
Header board
index mark (▼)
NQPACK176SD
index mark (▲)
TET
176SD
YQPACK
(It mounts in the field of solder.)
Figure 3.4 Connecting the User system
Screw for header
board fixation
Washer
Header board
YQPACK
NQPACK176SD
User system
Figure 3.5 Fixation of the header board
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■ Connecting the AC Adapter
See Figure 3.6 when the AC adapter is connected.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of DC jack.
1. The AC code is connected to an AC adapter.
2. The AC adapter is connected to an adapter.
3. Please put AC plug in AC wall socket.
DC jack
AC Adapter
Figure 3.6 Connecting the AC Adapter
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4. Operation
The following describes how to set the various settings, and the procedure for turning the power on
and off. Be sure to read below before turning on the power. Moreover, please be sure to carry out the
settings except a setup of shutdown voltage after disconnecting all the power supplies of a system.
4.1 Jumper Plug Settings
■ VCC5 jumper plug setting
Figure 4.1 shows the shipment settings of the VCC5 jumper plug as well as its functionalities.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the VCC5 jumper
plug on the adapter.
The power supply which connects with VCC5 of evaluation MCU using this jumper plug is chosen,
and also the power supply connected to VCC5 is monitored. Then, the power supply voltage + 1 V
is output to the header board as VCC5H. Upper limit value is 5.4 V and lower limit value is 4.0 V.
S28
UVCC5
VCC5
UVCC3
Name
Setting
value
Description
Remarks
UVCC5
UVCC5 is connected to VCC5 of
evaluation MCU.
This value is chosen while
using MB91V460 when
impressing 5 V to UVCC5.
UVCC3
UVCC3 is connected to VCC5 of
evaluation MCU.
This value is chosen while
using MB91V460 when
impressing 5 V to UVCC3.
VCC5
You may choose either of UVCC5 or UVCC3 when driving evaluation MCU with the single power supply of 5V or 3.3V.
Figure 4.1 VCC5 jumper plug setting
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■ MCLKI/MCLKO jumper plug setting
Figure 4.2 shows the shipment settings of the MCLKI/MCLKO jumper plug as well as its
functionalities.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the MCLKI/
MCLKO jumper plug on the adapter.
Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper plug in
accordance with your usage environment.
S30
MCLKI
EVA
USER
EVA
USER
MCLKO
S31
Name
Setting
value
Description
USER
No.F36 terminal (MCLKI) is connected
with a user system.
Remarks
MCLKI
No.F36 terminal (MCLKI) is connected
The terminal name in ( )
with No.F35 terminal (MCLKO)
is a terminal name of
No.F35 terminal (MCLKO) is connected MB91V460.
with a user system.
EVA
USER
MCLKO
No.F36 terminal (MCLKI) is connected
with No.F35 terminal (MCLKO) .
EVA
Figure 4.2 MCLKI/MCLKO jumper plug setting
■ P10_7 jumper plug setting
Figure 4.3 shows the shipment settings of the P10_7 jumper plug as well as its functionaliies.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the P10_7 jumper
plug on the adapter.
Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper plug in
accordance with your usage environment.
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PULLUP
P10_7
PULLDOWN
Name Setting value
PULLUP
Description
100 kΩ pull-up processing is
added to No.E37 terminal
(P10_7) by VCC5.
P10_7
100 kΩ pull-down processing is
PULLDOWN added to No.E37 terminal
(P10_7) .
Remarks
The terminal name in ( ) is a
terminal name of
MB91V460.
Please remove a jumper plug when pull-up processing and pull down processing are
unnecessary.
Figure 4.3 P10_7 jumper plug setting
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S27
3.3V
VCC3SEL
3.5V
■ VCC3SEL jumper plug setting
Figure 4.4 shows the shipment settings of the VCC3SEL jumper plug as well as its functionalities.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the VCC3SEL
jumper plug on the adapter.
Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper plug in
accordance with your usage environment.
Name
Setting
value
Description
Remarks
3.5 V
Please choose this value at the
The power supply of 3.5 V is
time of MB91V460 use. The
connected to VCC3 of
power supply is supplied from
evaluation MCU.
the regulator on the adapter.
3.3 V
The power supply which
follows UVCC3 is connected The power supply is supplied
to VCC3 of evaluation MCU. from the regulator on the
The power supply voltage is adapter.
limited 3.15 V or more.
VCC3SEL
Figure 4.4 VCC3SEL jumper plug setting
■ VCC3H jumper plug setting
Figure 4.5 shows the shipment settings of the VCC3H jumper plug as well as its functionalities.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the VCC3H jumper
plug on the adapter.
Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be usedwhen setting up the jumper plug in
accordance with your usage environment.
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UVCC3
VCC3H
UVCC5
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Name
VCC3H
Setting
value
Description
Remarks
The potential of UVCC3 is monitored,
and the power supply voltage + 1 V
UVCC3
is connected to the header board as
Upper limit value is 5.4 V
VCC3H.
and lower limit value is
The potential of UVCC5 is monitored 4.0 V.
and the power supply voltage + 1 V
UVCC5
is connected to the header board as
VCC3H.
Figure 4.5 VCC3H jumper plug setting
■ SHDNSEL jumper plug setting
Figure 4.6 shows the shipment settings of the SHDNSEL jumper plug as well as its functionalities.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the SHDNSEL
jumper plug on the adapter.
Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper plug in
accordance with your usage environment.
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SHDNSEL
UVCC3
UVCC5
Name
Setting
value
Description
Remarks
When the potential of UVCC3 is
monitored and this value becomes
below shutdown voltage, the power
UVCC3 supply (power supplied to VCC3H,
VCC5H, and VCC3 of evaluation
The initial value of shutMCU) from an adapter is disconnect- down voltage is 2.5 V.
ed.
Shutdown voltage can be
SHDNSEL
adjusted.
When the potential of UVCC5 is
monitored and this value becomes Adjustment range:
below shutdown voltage, the power 1.3 V to 3.1 V
UVCC5 supply (power supplied to VCC3H,
VCC5H, and VCC3 of evaluation
MCU) from an adapter is disconnected.
Figure 4.6 SHDNSEL jumper plug setting
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Name
Setting value
D32
D16
S13
D32_D16SL
0
1
S12
MDENS2
0
1
S10
MDENS1
1
S11
MDENS0
0
■ Settings of the jumper plugs for external ROM emulation memory setting
Figure 4.7 shows the shipment settings of the jumper plugs for the external ROM emulation memory
setting as well as their functionalities. Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part”
about the position of the jumper plugs for the external ROM emulation memory setting on the adapter. Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper plugs
in accordance with your usage environment.
Description
MDENS2 MDENS1 MDENS0 Disables memory.
MDENS0
MDENS1
MDENS2
0
0
0
Disables memory.
0
0
1
Disables memory.
0
1
0
Disables memory.
0
1
1
Sets the memory capacity to 512 KB.
1
0
0
Sets the memory capacity to 1 MB.
1
0
1
Sets the memory capacity to 2 MB.
1
1
0
Sets the memory capacity to 4 MB.
1
1
1
Sets the memory capacity to 8 MB.
D32
Sets the bus width to 32 bits for
accessing the external ROM
emulation memory.
D16
Sets the bus width to 16 bits for
accessing the external ROM
emulation memory.
D32_D16SL
Figure 4.7 Jumper Plug Settings for Setting External ROM Emulation Memory
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S24
EML X0A USER
S25
EML X1A USER
S22
EML X0 USER
B
B
S23
EML X1 USER
■ X0/X1, X0A/X1A jumper plug setting
Figure 4.8 shows the shipment settings of the X0/X1 and X0A/X1A jumper plugs as well as their
functionalities. Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the
X0/X1 and X0A/X1A jumper plugs on the adapter.
Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper plugs
in accordance with your usage environment.
X0/X1 and X0A/X1A jumper plugs
X0/X1 and X0A/X1A jumper plug positions
marked in silk screen
The X0/X1 and X0A/X1A jumper plug positions marked in silk screen correspond to the actual positions of
the plugs from left to right.
Name
Setting
value
USER
X1
EML
USER
X0
EML
USER
X1A
EML
USER
X0A
EML
Description
Remarks
Connects Pin AB35 (X1) to the
user system.
Connects the X1 pin of the IC socket for
crystal oscillator on the adapter board to
Pin AB35 (X1) .
⎯
This setting option must be selected to
apply 5 V ± 10 % to VCC5 of the
evaluation MCU when using LQFP-176P
Header Type 3 (MB2198-301) .
Connects Pin AA36 (X0) to the
user system.
Connects the X0 pin of the IC socket for
crystal oscillator on the adapter board to
Pin AA36 (X0) .
⎯
This setting option must be selected to
apply 5 V ± 10 % to VCC5 of the
evaluation MCU when using LQFP-176P
Header Type 3 (MB2198-301) .
Connects Pin AB38 (X1A) to the
user system.
Connects the X1A pin of the IC socket for
crystal oscillator on the adapter board to
Pin AB38 (X1A) .
⎯
This setting option must be selected to
apply 5 V ± 10 % to VCC5 of the
evaluation MCU when using LQFP-176P
Header Type 3 (MB2198-301) .
Connects Pin AA35 (X0A) to the
user system.
Connects the X0A pin of the IC socket for
crystal oscillator on the adapter board to
Pin AA35 (X0A) .
⎯
This setting option must be selected to
apply 5 V ± 10 % to VCC5 of the
evaluation MCU when using LQFP-176P
Header Type 3 (MB2198-301) .
Figure 4.8 X0/X1, X0A/X1A jumper plug setting
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DIS
EN
DIS
S1
ALARM_SEL
EN
S2
ADC_SEL
DIS
EN
S7
FSC_DISABLE
■ Settings of the jumper plugs for setting the evaluation MCU
Figure 4.9 shows the shipment settings of the jumper plugs for setting the evaluation MCU as well
as their functionalities. Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the jumper plugs for setting the evaluation MCU on the adapter.
Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper plugs
in accordance with your usage environment.
DIS
Jumper plugs
for setting
evaluation MCU
EN
DIS
S3
HWWDG_KILL
EN
S4
FIX_ENX
DIS
EN
S5
CSV_KILL
DIS
EN
S6
SRAM_SFX
Positions of jumper plugs for setting
evaluation MCU marked in silk screen
The jumper plug positions marked in silk screen correspond to the actual positions of the plugs from left to
right.
Name
Setting
value
Description
DIS
Connects Pin AE3 (SRAM_SFX) to VCC5.
EN
Connects Pin AE3 (SRAM_SFX) to GND.
DIS
Connects Pin AF3 (CSV_KILL) to GND.
EN
Connects Pin AF3 (CSV_KILL) to VCC5.
DIS
Connects Pin AH2 (FIX_ENX) to VCC5.
EN
Connects Pin AH2 (FIX_ENX) to GND.
DIS
Connects Pin AG2 (HWWDG_KILL) to GND.
EN
Connects Pin AG2 (HWWDG_KILL) to VCC5.
DIS
Connects Pin AF4 (FSC_DISABLE) to GND.
EN
Connects Pin AF4 (FSC_DISABLE) to VCC5.
DIS
Connects Pin AF1 (ADC_SEL) to GND.
EN
Connects Pin AF1 (ADC_SEL) to VCC5.
DIS
Connects Pin AE4 (ALARM_SEL) to GND.
EN
Connects Pin AE4 (ALARM_SEL) to VCC5.
Remarks
SRAM_SFX
CSV_KILL
FIX_ENX
HWWDG_KILL
The names in ( )
refer to pin
names used for
MB91V460.
FSC_DISABLE
ADC_SEL
ALARM_SEL
Figure 4.9 Jumper Plug Settings for Setting Evaluation MCU
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■ Settings of the jumper plugs for setting the tool bus
Figure 4.10 shows the shipment settings of the jumper plugs for setting the tool bus as well as their
functionalities. Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the
jumper plugs for setting the tool bus on the adapter.
Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper plugs
in accordance with your usage environment.
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Positions of jumper plugs for setting the tool bus
marked in silk screen
PD_ON
PD_ON
PD_ON
PD_ON
S16
ICD3
S17
ICD2
S18
ICD1
S19
ICD0
PD_OFF
PD_OFF
PD_OFF
PD_OFF
PD_ON
PD_OFF
ICE
S20
BREAK
ICE
S15
USER TRSTX
USER
S14
INITX
Jumper plugs for setting the tool bus
The jumper plug positions marked in silk screen correspond to the actual positions of the plugs from left to right.
Name
Setting
value
ICE
INITX
USER
ICE
TRSTX
USER
PD_ON
BREAK
PD_OFF
PD_ON
ICD3
PD_OFF
PD_ON
ICD2
PD_OFF
PD_ON
ICD1
PD_OFF
PD_ON
ICD0
PD_OFF
Description
Remarks
Connects INITX signals from the user system to
This value must be set when the emulator
the INITX pin of the evaluation MCU via the
is used.
emulator.
This value must be selected when using
Connects INITX signals from the user system
the adapter disconnected from the emudirectly to the evaluation MCU.
lator.
Controls the TRSTX pin of the evaluation MCU This value must be set when using the
from the emulator.
emulator.
This value must be selected when using
Connects INITX signals from the user system
the adapter disconnected from the emudirectly to the TRSTX of the evaluation MCU.
lator.
This value must be selected when using
MB91460 as the evaluation MCU as well
Connects a pull-down resistance of 100 kΩ.
as using the adapter disconnected from
the emulator.
Does not connect a pull-down resistance of
⎯
100 kΩ.
This value must be selected when using
MB91460 as the evaluation MCU as well
Connects a pull-down resistance of 100 kΩ.
as using the adapter disconnected from
the emulator.
Does not connect a pull-down resistance of
⎯
100 kΩ.
This value must be selected when using
MB91460 as the evaluation MCU as well
Connects a pull-down resistance of 100 kΩ.
as using the adapter disconnected from
the emulator.
Does not connect a pull-down resistance of
⎯
100 kΩ.
This value must be selected when using
MB91460 as the evaluation MCU as well
Connects a pull-down resistance of 100 kΩ.
as using the adapter disconnected from
the emulator.
Does not connect a pull-down resistance of
⎯
100 kΩ.
This value must be selected when using
MB91460 as the evaluation MCU as well
Connects a pull-down resistance of 100 kΩ.
as using the adapter disconnected from
the emulator.
Does not connect a pull-down resistance of
⎯
100 kΩ.
Figure 4.10 Settings of Jumper Plugs for Setting Tool Bus
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■ C jumper plug setting
Figure 4.11 shows the shipment settings of the C jumper plug as well as its functionalities. Please
refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the C jumper plug on the
adapter. Refer to the hardware manual of the evaluation MCU to be used when setting up the jumper
plug in accordance with your usage environment.
S8
VCC3C
C
VCC3
Name
Setting
value
VCC3C
C
VCC3
Description
Connects the VCC3C pin of the header board (Pin B95 of
Header I/F Connector 1) to VCC3C pins of the evaluation
MCU (Pin : AA38, Y37, Y36, Y35) .
Connects VCC3 to VCC3C pins of the evaluation MCU
(Pin : AA38, Y37, Y36, Y35) .
A 0.1 µF capacitor is added separately to VCC3C pins of the evaluation MCU
(Pin : AA38, Y37, Y36, Y35) .
Figure 4.11 C jumper plug setting
■ Settings of the jumper plugs for setting P225/P243 and P224/P242
Figure 4.12 shows the shipment settings of the jumper plugs for setting P225/P243 and P224/P242.
Please refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part” about the position of the jumper plugs
for setting P225/P243 and P224/P242 on the adapter.
S32
P224
CN3_A6
S34
P225
CN2_B68
P242
CN3_A5
S33
CN2_B67
P243
S35
Figure 4.12 Settings of Jumper Plugs for Setting P225/P243 and P224/P242
Note : None of the above jumper plug settings should be changed.
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4.2 Handling of Socket-mounted Resistors
The adapter is equipped with socket-mounted resistors: ten set resistors (10 kΩ) , four single resistors
(100 kΩ) and eight single resistors (10 kΩ) . Depending on the specifications of the evaluation MCU
and user system environment, these resistors can be demounted. Use resistor names shown on the
board in silk screen to check each resistor on Table 4.1
Table 4.1 Handling of Socket-mounted Resistors
Resistor
Description
ALARM_0 Pulls down Pin L4 (ALARM_0) with a resistance of 100 kΩ.
ALARM_1 Pulls down Pin L3 (ALARM_1) with a resistance of 100 kΩ.
RSTX
Pulls up Pin AD2 (RSTX) with a resistance of 100 kΩ.
HSTX
Pulls up Pin AC3 (HSTX) with a resistance of 100 kΩ.
NMIX
Pulls up Pin AD3 (NMIX) for VCC5 with a resistance of 10 kΩ.
P16_7
Pulls up Pin B26 (P16_7) for VCC5 with a resistance of 10 kΩ.
P17_4
Pulls up Pin B22 (P17_4) for VCC5 with a resistance of 10 kΩ.
P17_5
Pulls up Pin D23 (P17_5) for VCC5 with a resistance of 10 kΩ.
P17_6
Pulls up Pin D24 (P17_6) for VCC5 with a resistance of 10 kΩ.
P17_7
Pulls up Pin A25 (P17_7) for VCC5 with a resistance of 10 kΩ.
P14_[7 : 0]
P15_[7 : 0]
P17_[3 : 0]
P18_[7 : 0]
P19_[7 : 0]
P20_[7 : 0]
P21_[7 : 0]
Remarks
The names in ( ) indicate pin
names used for MB91V460.
Shown here is the handling
method of unused pins when
LQFP-176P Header Type 3 is
used.
The resistors can be demounted
when this handling process is not
required depending on the user
system environment.
The resistors that are subject to the
pin level shift function
(from 5 V ± 10 % to 3.3 V ±
Pulls up Pins A29, B28, B27, D27, C27, D26, C26 and A28
0.3 V) must not be demounted
(P15_[7 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
when applying 5 V ± 10 % to the
Pulls up C23, B21, C22 and A24 (P17_[3 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set VCC5 of MB91V460 and also
using a header board with a level
resistance of 10 kΩ.
shift function such as MB2198Pulls up Pins D22, A23, C21, A22, D21, A21, D20 and B20
301.
(P18_[7 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
For details of the level shift
function, refer to the operation
Pulls up Pins C20, A20, C19, A19, D19, B19, D18 and A18
manual of each header board. For
(P19_[7 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
information about a massPulls up Pins A17, B18, C18, B17, C17, D17, D16 and A16
produced MCU that is emulated in
(P20_[7 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
MB91V460, refer to its
corresponding data sheet.
Pulls up Pins B16, A15, B15, C16, C15, B14, B13 and A14
(P21_[7 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
Pulls up Pins B30, A31, B29, C29, D29, C28, D28 and A30
(P14_[7 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
P22_[7 : 0]
Pull-up Pins A13, D14, C14, D13, C13, B12, B11 and A14
(P22_[7 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
P23_[7 : 0]
Pulls up Pins D12, A11, D11, C12, C11, B10, B9 and A10
(P23_[7 : 0]) for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
P24_[7 : 0]
Pulls up Pins A9, D10, C10, D9, C9, B8, B7 and A8 (P24_[7 : 0]) for
VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ.
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4.3 Observing Monitor Data
Signals are observed by using general-purpose measurement instrument connected to the monitor
pins. For information about the positions of the MONCLK monitor pins and the monitor pins A
Group in the adapter, refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part”.
The MONCLK monitor pins monitor signals from the W37 pin of the evaluation MCU.
Figure 4.13 shows the positional correlation between the monitor pin A Group and the Positions of
monitor pins A group marked in silk screen.
Monitor pins A group
A
Monitor pins A group
Silk screen marks
A
TP3
TP1
TP4
IHIT1
IHIT3
IHIT0
TP9
TP8
TP10
FLASH_EQIN FLASH_BYTEX FLASH_FRSTX
TP2
IHIT2
TP5
TP6
TP11
FLASH_ALE FLASH_SECUR FLASH_ATDIN
TP14
TP7
TP12
FLASH_RDY FLASH_SYNC FLASH_RD32
The pin positions of the monitor pin A Group marked in silk screen correspond to the actual pin positions from
left to right.
Monitor Pin
Description
IHIT3
Monitors signals from Pin AN36 (IHIT3) of the evaluation MCU.
IHIT2
Monitors signals from Pin AN37 (IHIT2) of the evaluation MCU.
IHIT1
Monitors signals from Pin AM36 (IHIT1) of the evaluation MCU.
IHIT0
Monitors signals from Pin AP38 (IHIT0) of the evaluation MCU.
FLASH_ALE
FLASH_SECUR
Remarks
Monitors signals from Pin AN38 (FLASH_ALE) of the evaluation MCU.
Monitors signals from Pin AM38 (FLASH_SECUR) of the evaluation MCU.
FLASH_ATDIN
Monitors signals from Pin AL35 (FLASH_ATDIN) of the evaluation MCU.
FLASH_EQIN
Monitors signals from Pin AL36 (FLASH_EQIN) of the evaluation MCU.
FLASH_BYTEX
Monitors signals from Pin AK36 (FLASH_BYTEX) of the evaluation MCU.
FLASH_FRSTX
Monitors signals from Pin AK37 (FLASH_FRSTX) of the evaluation MCU.
FLASH_RDY
Monitors signals from Pin AM37 (FLASH_RDY) of the evaluation MCU.
FLASH_SYNC
Monitors signals from Pin AL37 (FLASH_SYNC) of the evaluation MCU.
FLASH_RD32
Monitors signals from Pin AK35 (FLASH_RD32) of the evaluation MCU.
The names in ( )
indicate pin
names used for
MB91V460.
Figure 4.13 Correlation between Monitor Pin A Group and Positions of monitor pins A group marked in silk
screen
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4.4 Shutdown Voltage Setting
The shutdown voltage is set to 2.5 V at shipment. However, it can be adjusted by using a trimmer
potentiometer designed for shutdown voltage adjustment on the adapter. For information about the
position of the trimmer potentiometer for shutdown voltage adjustment, refer to 1.3 “External View
and Names of Each Part”.
The shutdown voltage should be adjusted according to Figure 4.14, as described below.
1. Connect a voltmeter between the land indicated as SHDN in silk screen and the monitor pin
indicated as GND in silk screen.
2. Connect the supplied AC adapter to the adapter.
3. Turn on the power supply of the adapter.
RV4
4. Adjust the shutdown voltage by turning left and right the trimmer potentiometer for shutdown
voltage adjustment while checking the voltmeter reading.
Adjustable shutdown voltage range: 1.3 V to 3.1 V
UVCC5
M37
S26
SHDNSEL
UVCC3
M29
SHDN
GND
Connect the voltmeter.
Shutdown voltage goes down.
Shutdown voltage goes up.
Figure 4.14 Adjusting Shutdown Voltage
Note : Trimmer potentiometer settings other than those for the trimmer potentiometer for shutdown voltage
adjustment should not be changed.
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4.5 Power-on/Shutdown Procedures
■ Power-on Procedure
To turn the power on, finish making all the required connections and follow the procedure in Figure
4.15.
To turn on the emulator, press the power switch on the back of the emulator. The power switch remains depressed. Check the position of the power switch with the hardware manual for the emulator.
The power switch of the adapter is used to turn on the adapter. For information about the position for
the power switch of the adapter, refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part”.
At the shipment setting, the emulator must be initialized (by monitor-loading) before the user system
is turned on. For information about how to initialize the emulator, refer to “SOFTUNE Workbench Operations Manual”.
A host computer is turned on.
An emulator is turned on.
POWER LED lights up
“SOFTUNE Workbench” is started.
“Emulator Debugger” is started.
Yes
Is the emulator initialized?
No
Initialization is performed.
A dialog display is checked
(see Figure 4.16) .
An adapter is turned on.
A user system is turned on.
“OK” is clicked by dialog display.
Figure 4.15 Power-on Procedure
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Figure 4.16 Dialog Display
Note : To turn the power on, finish making all the required connections.
To avoid shock hazards, do not touch any of the metal parts of the product after turning the power on.
When the user system is turned on, the “USER POWER LED” light on the adapter board should start
blinking. If it does not blink upon power-up, immediately turn off the power supply of the whole system,
check for any wrongly connected parts and then solve any problem before turning on the system again.
■ Shutdown Procedure
To shut down the system, follow the procedure shown in Figure 4.17.
To turn off the emulator, press and release the power switch on the back of the emulator. This returns
the depressed switch to the OFF (raised) state. Check the position of the power switch with the hardware manual for the emulator.
The power switch of the adapter is used to turn off the adapter. For information about the position
for the power switch of the adapter, refer to 1.3 “External View and Names of Each Part”.
“Emulator Debugger” is ended.
A user system is turned off.
An adapter is turned off.
An emulator is turned off.
A host computer is turned off
(when required).
Figure 4.17 Shutdown Procedure
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5. Specifications
5.1 General specifications
Table 5.1 lists the general specifications of the adapter.
Table 5.1 General Specifications
Item
Description
Product name (Model number.)
BGA-660P adapter for the DSU-FR emulator
(Model number : MB2198-300)
Remarks
⎯
UVCC5 *
3.0 V to 5.5 V
Supplied from
user system
UVCC3 *
3.15 V to 3.6 V
Supplied from
user system
16 V
16 V
Supplied from AC adapter
VCC5H
UVCC5 + 1 V (lower limit value 4.0 V,
upper limit value 5.4 V)
Supplied to header board
Used for level shifter
VCC3H
UVCC3 + 1 V (lower limit value 4.0V,
upper limit value 5.4 V)
Supplied to header board
Used for level shifter
Operating temperature and
storage temperature
Operation : 5 °C to 35 °C
Storage : 0 °C to 70 °C
No condensation
Operating humidity and
storage humidity
Operation : 20 % to 80 %
Storage : 20 % to 80 %
No condensation
External dimensions
220 mm (W) × 260 mm (D) × 42 mm (H)
Exclusive of spacer for substrates
Weight
476.0 g
User system
power supply
Adapter power supply
Header board
power supply
*:
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⎯
The operating voltage range of the user system power supply may be differ for some evaluation MCUs.
VCC3 of the evaluation MCU supplies power from the regulator on the adapter. For details, refer to 5.2
“Function Specifications”.
VCC5 of the evaluation MCU supplies power from the user system. For details, refer to 5.2 “Function
Specifications”.
5.2 Function Specifications
Table 5.2 lists the function specifications of the adapter.
Table 5.2 Function Specifications of adapter
Item
Adapter function
Description
Used together with the header board to serve as an adapter that connects the emulator, evaluation
MCU and user system. To connect to the emulator, the DSU connector on the adapter board is used
with DSU cables.
Internal ROM
8 MB of SRAM is provided as the internal ROM emulation memory
emulation memory (2 M words × 8 bits × 4) .
8 MB of SRAM is provided as the external ROM emulation memory
(2 M words × 8 bits × 4) .
The capacity of the external ROM emulation memory can be switched between 0 B, 512 KB, 1 MB,
2 MB, 4 MB and 8 MB. Moreover, when the memory capacity is limited, upper address pins can
be used as ports. The following table shows correlation between memory capacities and address
pins used.
Memory Capacity 32-bit Bus Width
External ROM
emulation
memory
16-bit Bus Width
8 MB
A[22:2]
A[22:1]
4 MB
A[21:2]
A[21:1]
2 MB
A[20:2]
A[20:1]
1 MB
A[19:2]
A[19:1]
512 KB
A[18:2]
A[18:1]
0B
⎯
⎯
For switching the memory capacity, jumper plugs MDENS3, MDENS2, MDENS1 and MDENS0
are used. For details of each jumper plug, refer to 4.1 “Jumper Plug Settings”.
The I/O level of the external bus is compatible with 3.3V TTL and 5V CMOS.
For details of the AC specifications, refer to 5.4 “External ROM Emulation Memory AC Specifications”.
16-bit and 32-bit bus widths are supported. The D32_D16SEL jumper plug is used to switch the
bus width. For details of the jumper plugs, refer to 4.1 “Jumper Plug Settings”.
External trace
memory
64 K frames of SSRAM are provided as external trace memory (64 K words × 36 bits × 2) .
An AC adapter (16 V) is connected to the DC jack of the adapter to supply power to the evaluation
MCU, external trace memory and internal/external emulation memory on the adapter as well as the
level shifter on the header board. In addition, a power switch is supplied to allow power-up/powerdown from the AC adapter. A power supply lamp is linked to this power switch.
Power supply
The following power supply should be connected to VCC3 terminal of the evaluation MCU.
• 3.5 V fixed power supply
• Power supply which follows UVCC3 as the lower limit value of 3.15 V
The VCC3SEL jumper plug is used to select the power to be connected.
The 3.5 V fixed voltage is selected when using MB91V460. For details of the jumper plug, refer to
4.1 “Jumper Plug Settings”.
(Continued)
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Item
Description
UVCC5 or UVCC3 is connected to the VCC5 pin of the evaluation MCU. The VCC5 jumper plug
is used to select the connecting power. In general, the UVCC5 connection is expected. However,
UVCC3 is connected to VCC5 when the external bus pin of the mass-produced MCU (supported
power pin : VCC3) which is subject to emulation is operated at 5 V and the general-purpose port
(supported power pin : VCC5) is operated at 3.3 V during the use of MB91V460. In addition, the
power connected to VCC5 is monitored and the power to which 1 V is added is connected as
VCC5H to the header board. Upper limit value is 5.4 V and lower limit value is 4.0 V.
Power supply
UVCC3 or UVCC5 is monitored and the power to which 1 V is added is connected as VCC3H to
the header board. Upper limit value is 5.4 V and lower limit value is 4.0 V. The VCC3H jumper
plug is used to select the monitoring power. The settings of this jumper plug do not affect the power
connected to the VCC3 pin of the evaluation MCU.
A 0.1 µF capacitor is separately connected to each VCC3C pin of the evaluation MCU
(Pin : AA38, Y37, Y36, Y35) . Either VCC3 or VCC3C pin on the header board can be selected
to connect each VCC3C pin. The C jumper plug is used to perform this selection.
When UVCC3 or UVCC5 is monitored and the voltage goes down to the shutdown voltage value
or below (initial value : 2.5 V) , the power for the adapter (power supplied to VCC3H, VCC5H,
VCC3) is turned off. The SHDNSEL jumper plug is used to select the power to be monitored.
For details of the jumper plugs, refer to 4.1 “Jumper Plug Settings”.
IC sockets for crystal oscillator are provided to supply CLK signals from the adapter to the evaluCLK IC sockets
ation MCU. (CLK signals are not supplied to the user system.) Jumper plugs are used to switch the
(X0/X1 × 1 unit ;
supplying source of CLK signals between the user system and the adapter. Such plugs include X0,
X0A/X1A × 1 unit)
X1, X0A and X1A. For details of the jumper plugs, refer to “4.1 Jumper Plug Settings”.
The other jumper plugs and switches are as follows.
INITX jumper plug :
Selects the emulator (connected to Pin 7 of DSU Connector) or the user system (connected to Pin
A96 of Header I/F Connector 1) as the INITX control source of the evaluation MCU.
TRSTX jumper plug :
Other jumper plugs
Selects the emulator (connected to Pin 5 of DSU Connector) or the user system (connected to Pin
and switches
A96 of Header I/F Connector 1) as TRSTX control source of the evaluation MCU.
BREAK, ICD3, ICD2, ICD1 and ICD0 jumper plugs :
Select whether or not to connect a pull-down resistor to the above pin of the evaluation MCU.
For details of the jumper plugs, refer to 4.1 “Jumper Plug Settings”.
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Item
Description
The following jumper plugs set up the evaluation MCU. The pin names used here refer to pin
names used for MB91V460.
P10_7 jumper plug :
This jumper plug is used to switch the pull-up (resistance : 100 kΩ) or pull-down (resistance :
100 kΩ) of Pin E37 (P10_7) at using VCC5.
Moreover, this pin is connected to the user system (connected to Pin A29 of Header I/F Connector
1) .
• ADC_SEL, ALARM_SEL, FSC_DISABLE, CSV_KILL, HWWDC_KILL, FIX_ENX and
SRAM_SFX jumper plugs :
These jumper plugs allow the following pins to switch the connection between VCC5 of the
evaluation MCU (“VCC5”) and GND.
Other jumper plugs
AF1 (ADC_SEL) , AE4 (ALARM_SEL) , AF4 (FSC_DISABLE) , AF3 (CSV_KILL) ,
and switches
AG2 (HWWDC_KILL) , AH2 (FIX_ENX) and AE3 (SRAM_SFX)
• MCLKI and MCLKO jumper plugs :
These jumper plugs select either to short-circuit Pin F36 (MCLKI) and Pin F35 (MCLKO)
respectively or to connect them to the user system (MCLKI is connected to A27 of Header
I/F connector 1 and MCLKO is connected to A28 of Header I/F connector 1) .
• EDSU_BREAKX switch :
Pin AG4 (EDSU_BREAKX) is pulled up with VCC5 (10 kΩ) . The push switch can be used
to set it to the GND level (chattering is eliminated by a RC circuit) .
For details of the jumper plugs, refer to 4.1 “Jumper Plug Settings”.
Monitor pins
Signals from the evaluation MCU are connected to monitor pins. The pin names used here refer to
pin names used for MB91V460.
• FLASH_RDY :
Pin AM37 (FLASH_RDY) is pulled up with VCC3 of the evaluation MCU (resistance :
3.3 kΩ) before connected to the monitor pin.
• FLASH_ALE, FLASH_SYNC, FLASH_ATDIN, FLASH_EQIN, FLASH_RD32,
FLASH_BYTEX, FLASH_SECUR, FLASH_FRSTX, MONCLK and IHIT[3 : 0] :
- The following pins are connected to the monitor pins :
AN38 (FLASH_ALE) , AL37 (FLASH_SYNC) , AL35 (FLASH_ATDIN) ,
AL36 (FLASH_EQIN) , AK35 (FLASH_RD32) , AK36 (FLASH_BYTEX) ,
AM38 (FLASH_SECUR) , AK37 (FLASH_FRSTX) , W37 (MONCLK) ,
AN36, AN37, AM36 and AP38 (IHIT[3 : 0]) .
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(Continued)
Item
Pin handling
Description
The following pins of the evaluation MCU are subject to pin treatment. The pin names used here
refer to pin names used for MB91V460. For information about how to handle each resistor, refer
to 4.2 “Handling of Socket-mounted Resistors”.
• RSTX and HSTX :
RSTX and HSTX pull-up Pin AD2 (RSTX) and Pin AC3 (HSTX) for VCC5 with a resistance of 100 kΩ respectively, The pull-up resistor can be demounted.
• NMIX, P16_7, P17_4, P17_5, P17_6 and P17_7 :
These pull-up the following pins for VCC5 with a resistance of 10 kΩ : AD3 (NMIX) , B26
(P16_7) , B22 (P17_4) , D23 (P17_5) , D24 (P17_6) and A25 (P17_7) . The pull-up resistor
can be demounted.
• ALARM_0 and ALARM_1 :
ALARM_0 and ALARM_1 pull-down Pin L4 (ALARM_0) and Pin L3 (ALARM_1) with
a resistance of 100 kΩ respectively. The pull-down resistor can be demounted.
• P14_[7 : 0], P15_[7 : 0], P17_[3 : 0], P18_[7 : 0], P19_[7 : 0], P20_[7 : 0], P21_[7 : 0],
P22_[7 : 0], P23_[7 : 0] and P24_[7 : 0] :
The following pins are pulled up for VCC5 with an set resistance of 10 kΩ :
B30, A31, B29, C29, D29, C28, D28 and A30 (P14_[7 : 0]) ,
A29, B28, B27, D27, C27, D26, C26 and A28 (P15_[7 : 0]) ,
C23, B21, C22 and A24 (P17_[3 : 0]) ,
D22, A23, C21, A22, D21, A21, D20 and B20 (P18_[7 : 0]) ,
C20, A20, C19, A19, D19, B19, D18 and A18 (P19_[7 : 0]) ,
A17, B18, C18, B17, C17, D17, D16 and A16 (P20_[7 : 0]) ,
B16, A15, B15, C16, C15, B14, B13 and A14 (P21_[7 : 0]) ,
A13, D14, C14, D13, C13, B12, B11 and A12 (P22_[7 : 0]) ,
D12, A11, D11, C12, C11, B10, B9 and A10 (P23_[7 : 0]) ,
and A9, D10, C10, D9, C9, B8, B7 and A8 (P24_[7 : 0]) .
The pull-up resistor can be demounted.
User I/O pins other than described above are connected to the header board without an additional
circuit.
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5.3 Connector Specifications
Table 5.3 shows connector specifications.
Table 5.3 Connector Specification
Item
Description
DC jack
Connects the supplied AC adapter.
DSU cable
Connects the DSU cable. For information about how to connect the
DSU cable, refer to the hardware manual for the emulator.
Header I/F Connector 1, 2
Connect the header board. For information about how to connect
the connector, refer to “■ Connecting the Header Board” in 3.
“Connections”.
Tables 5.4, 5.5, 5.6 and 5.7 show the pin arrangement of Header
I/F Connectors 1 and 2.
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Table 5.4 Header I/F Connector 1 (Row A)
Connector
Pin No.
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
A50
Evaluation MCU
Pin No.
⎯
⎯
J36
H37
K36
J35
J83
K35
J37
K38
⎯
⎯
E38
F37
F38
G35
G38
H36
G37
H38
⎯
⎯
C38
D37
D38
E35
F36
F35
E37
G36
⎯
⎯
C34
A36
C35
B35
D36
B36
E36
C37
⎯
⎯
C32
A34
C33
B33
D33
B34
D34
A35
Pin Name
UVCC5
UVCC5
P081
P080
P083
P082
P085
RDX
P087
P086
GND
GND
P091
P090
P093
P092
P095
P094
P097
P096
GND
GND
P101
P100
P103
P102
P105
P104
P107
P106
GND
GND
P111
P110
P113
P112
P115
P114
P117
P116
GND
GND
P121
P120
P123
P122
P125
P124
P127
P126
Connector
Pin No.
A51
A52
A53
A54
A55
A56
A57
A58
A59
A60
A61
A62
A63
A64
A65
A66
A67
A68
A69
A70
A71
A72
A73
A74
A75
A76
A77
A78
A79
A80
A81
A82
A83
A84
A85
A86
A87
A88
A89
A90
A91
A92
A93
A94
A95
A96
A97
A98
A99
A100
Evaluation MCU
Pin No.
⎯
⎯
C30
A32
C31
D30
B31
D31
B32
A33
⎯
⎯
D28
A30
D29
C28
B29
C29
B30
A31
⎯
⎯
C26
A28
C27
D26
B27
D27
A29
B28
AC38
AB36
AC36
AC35
⎯
AF38
AD36
AE36
AG38
⎯
AD3
AC3
⎯
⎯
⎯
AD1
⎯
AD2
⎯
⎯
Pin Name
GND
GND
P131
P130
P133
P132
P135
P134
P137
P136
GND
GND
P141
P140
P143
P142
P145
P144
P147
P146
GND
GND
P151
P150
P153
P152
P155
P154
P157
P156
D0
D2
D4
D6
GND
D9
D11
D13
D15
NC
NMIX
HSTX
NC
UVCC5
GND
INITX
GND
RSTX
GND
VCC5H
Row A corresponds to the polarity display side of the connector, while Row B corresponds to the opposite side.
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Table 5.5 Header I/F Connector 1 (Row B)
Connector
Pin No.
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B31
B32
B33
B34
B35
B36
B37
B38
B39
B40
B41
B42
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
B48
B49
B50
Evaluation MCU
Pin No.
⎯
⎯
B23
A26
B24
C24
B25
C25
B26
A27
⎯
⎯
C22
A24
C23
B21
D23
B22
A25
D24
⎯
⎯
D20
B20
D21
A21
C21
A22
D22
A23
⎯
⎯
D18
A18
D19
B19
C19
A19
C20
A20
⎯
⎯
D16
A16
C17
D17
C18
B17
A17
B18
Pin Name
NC
NC
P161
P160
P163
P162
P165
P164
P167
P166
GND
GND
P171
P170
P173
P172
P175
P174
P177
P176
GND
GND
P181
P180
P183
P182
P185
P184
P187
P186
GND
GND
P191
P190
P193
P192
P195
P194
P197
P196
GND
GND
P201
P200
P203
P202
P205
P204
P207
P206
Connector
Pin No.
B51
B52
B53
B54
B55
B56
B57
B58
B59
B60
B61
B62
B63
B64
B65
B66
B67
B68
B69
B70
B71
B72
B73
B74
B75
B76
B77
B78
B79
B80
B81
B82
B83
B84
B85
B86
B87
B88
B89
B90
B91
B92
B93
B94
B95
B96
B97
B98
B99
B100
Evaluation MCU
Pin No.
⎯
⎯
B13
A14
C15
B14
B15
C16
B16
A15
⎯
⎯
B11
A12
C13
B12
C9
B6
A13
D14
⎯
⎯
B9
A10
C11
B10
D11
C12
D12
A11
AD38
AA37
AB37
AD35
AE38
AC37
AD37
AE37
⎯
⎯
L4
L3
⎯
⎯
⎯
⎯
⎯
⎯
⎯
⎯
Pin Name
GND
GND
P211
P210
P213
P212
P215
P214
P217
P216
GND
GND
P221
P220
P223
P222
P243
P242
P227
P226
GND
GND
P231
P230
P233
P232
P235
P234
P237
P236
D1
D3
D5
D7
D8
D10
D12
D14
GND
NC
ALARM_0
ALARM_1
NC
UVCC5
VCC3C
NC
NC
NC
NC
VCC3H
Row A corresponds to the polarity display side of the connector, while Row B corresponds to the opposite side.
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Table 5.6 Header I/F Connector 2 (Row A)
Connector
Pin No.
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
A49
A50
Evaluation MCU
Pin No.
⎯
⎯
B7
A8
C14
D13
C10
D9
A9
D10
⎯
⎯
E2
F2
D1
F4
C1
E4
D2
E3
⎯
⎯
H4
J4
F1
H2
E1
G2
F3
G3
⎯
⎯
K3
K4
H1
K2
G1
J2
H3
J3
⎯
⎯
D5
A3
D6
A4
C7
C6
A5
B5
Pin Name
UVCC3
UVCC3
P241
P240
P225
P224
P245
P244
P247
P246
GND
GND
P251
P250
P253
P252
P255
P254
P257
P256
GND
GND
P261
P260
P263
P262
P265
P264
P267
P266
GND
GND
P271
P270
P273
P272
P275
P274
P277
P276
GND
GND
P281
P280
P283
P282
P285
P284
P287
P286
Connector
Pin No.
A51
A52
A53
A54
A55
A56
A57
A58
A59
A60
A61
A62
A63
A64
A65
A66
A67
A68
A69
A70
A71
A72
A73
A74
A75
A76
A77
A78
A79
A80
A81
A82
A83
A84
A85
A86
A87
A88
A89
A90
A91
A92
A93
A94
A95
A96
A97
A98
A99
A100
Evaluation MCU
Pin No.
⎯
⎯
J1
L2
C2
D3
B3
C4
B4
C5
⎯
⎯
L1
N2
N4
N3
M4
M3
K1
M2
⎯
⎯
N1
P1
R3
T2
P3
R2
M1
P2
AF37
AF36
AG36
AG37
⎯
AK38
AH36
AJ36
AL38
AE1
AE2
⎯
A6
C8
E9
⎯
⎯
AB38
⎯
AA35
Pin Name
GND
GND
P291
P290
P293
P292
P295
P294
P297
P296
GND
GND
P301
P300
P303
P302
P305
P304
P307
P306
GND
GND
P311
P310
P313
P312
P315
P314
P317
P316
D16
D18
D20
D22
GND
D25
D27
D29
D31
MD0
MD2
NC
AVRH3
AVRL
AVSS
UVCC3
GND
X1A
GND
X0A
Row A corresponds to the polarity display side of the connector, while Row B corresponds to the opposite side.
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Table 5.7 Header I/F Connector 2 (Row B)
Connector
Pin No.
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28
B29
B30
B31
B32
B33
B34
B35
B36
B37
B38
B39
B40
B41
B42
B43
B44
B45
B46
B47
B48
B49
B50
Evaluation MCU
Pin No.
⎯
⎯
⎯
⎯
R1
U4
V2
U3
U2
T3
R4
T4
⎯
⎯
W2
W3
V1
W4
U1
V4
T1
V3
⎯
⎯
AA1
AB1
Y2
AA4
Y1
Y4
W1
Y3
⎯
⎯
AC1
AC2
AB4
AC4
AB2
AB3
AA2
AA3
⎯
⎯
L36
K37
L35
M36
M35
L38
Pin Name
NC
NC
NC
NC
P321
P320
P323
P322
P325
P324
P327
P326
GND
GND
P331
P330
P333
P332
P335
P334
P337
P336
GND
GND
P341
P340
P343
P342
P345
P344
P347
P346
GND
GND
P351
P350
P353
P352
P355
P354
P357
P356
GND
GND
A1
A0
A3
A2
A5
A4
Connector
Pin No.
B51
B52
B53
B54
B55
B56
B57
B58
B59
B60
B61
B62
B63
B64
B65
B66
B67
B68
B69
B70
B71
B72
B73
B74
B75
B76
B77
B78
B79
B80
B81
B82
B83
B84
B85
B86
B87
B88
B89
B90
B91
B92
B93
B94
B95
B96
B97
B98
B99
B100
Evaluation MCU
Pin No.
L37
M38
M37
⎯
N35
N36
P35
P36
P38
N38
⎯
N37
R36
P37
R37
T36
T37
R38
T354
T38
U35
⎯
U37
U36
V37
V36
V38
U38
⎯
V35
AH38
AF35
AG35
AH37
AJ38
AH35
AJ35
AJ37
⎯
AF2
⎯
⎯
D7
B6
A7
⎯
⎯
AA36
⎯
AB35
Pin Name
A7
A6
A8
GND
A10
A9
A12
A11
A14
A13
GND
A15
A17
A16
A19
A18
A21
A20
A23
A22
A24
GND
A26
A25
A28
A27
A30
A29
GND
A31
D17
D19
D21
D23
D24
D26
D28
D30
GND
MD1
NC
NC
AVCC5
AVCC3
AVRH5
UVCC3
GND
X0
GND
X1
Row A corresponds to the polarity display side of the connector, while Row B corresponds to the opposite side.
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5.4 External ROM Emulation Memory AC Specifications
■ Write timing of external ROM emulation memory
Figure 5.1 shows the write timing of the external ROM emulation memory.
twc
A[22:0]
twr
tcw
ECSX
twp
tds
tdh
EWR[3:0]
D[31:0]
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Max
Unit
45.2
⎯
ns
33.9
⎯
ns
twc
Write cycle time
tcw
CS0X ↓ ⇒ WR[3:0]X
twp
Write pulse width
22.6
⎯
ns
tds
Data setup time
22.6
⎯
ns
tdh
Data hold time
0.0
⎯
ns
twr
Address hold time
1.0
⎯
ns
↑
Figure 5.1 Write Timing of External ROM Emulation Memory
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■ Read timing of external ROM emulation memory
Figure 5.2 shows the read timing of the external ROM emulation memory.
It should be noted that the AC specifications vary depending on the voltage applied to VCC5.
trc
A[22:0]
ECS[2:0]
trd
RSX
taa
D[31:0]
Read access at VCC5 = 3.3 V
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Max
Unit
25.0
⎯
ns
trc
Read cycle time
taa
Address access time
⎯
25.0
ns
trd
Valid data output time from RDX ↓
⎯
17.1
ns
Min
Max
Unit
30.5
⎯
ns
Read access at VCC5 = 5V
Symbol
Parameter
trc
Read cycle time
taa
Address access time
⎯
30.5
ns
trd
Valid data output time from RDX ↓
⎯
22.5
ns
Figure 5.2 Read Timing of External ROM Emulation Memory
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SS01-71049-1E
FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR • SUPPORT SYSTEM
DSU-FR EMULATOR
BGA-660P ADAPTER
MB2198-300
OPERATION MANUAL
February 2006 the first edition
Published FUJITSU LIMITED Electronic Devices
Edited
Business Promotion Dept.
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