The following document contains information on Cypress products. FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SUPPORT SYSTEM SS01-71091-1E DSU-FR EMULATOR BGA-224P ADAPTER MB2198-160-E OPERATION MANUAL PREFACE Thank you for purchasing the BGA-224P*1 adapter for the DSU-FR*2 emulator (model number : MB2198-160-E). This adapter is used with the adapter unit for connecting to user systems that use the MB91470/ MB91480 Series of Fujitsu FR microcontrollers, together with the DSU-FR Emulator (model number : MB2198-01-E)*3 and DSU-FR cable (model number : MB2198-10-E)*4. This manual explains how to use the MB2198-160-E. Please read this before using the adapter. Please contact sales or support representative for details on the mass production and evaluation MCU models that can be used with this product. *1 : The package is the BGA-224P-M08 (Lead pitch : 0.8mm; Body size : 16mm × 16mm). *2 : FR, the abbreviation of FUJITSU RISC controller, is a line of products of FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS Limited. *3 : Referred to below as the “emulator”. *4 : Referred to below as the “DSU cable”. ■ Handling and Using the Adapter Please refer to the following manuals for information about how to handle and use this product and also for details on safety precautions. • DSU-FR EMULATOR MB2198-01-E OPERATION MANUAL • DSU-FR EMULATOR DSU-FR CABLE MB2198-10-E OPERATION MANUAL ■ European RoHS compliance Products with a -E suffix on the part number are European RoHS compliant products. ■ Notice on this document All information included in this document is current as of the date it is issued. Such information is subject to change without any prior notice. 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Checking the Package Contents Before using the adapter, please check that all the following parts are included. • BGA-224P adapter • Operation Manual (Japanese version) • Operation Manual (This manual in English version) :1 :1 :1 This product is an adapter unit for use with the LQFP-144P header type 9 (referred to below as "the header board") and other header boards (sold separately). The adapter is used together with the emulator to function as an emulator system. Please contact sales or support representative for details on the header board and emulator that can be used with this product. ■ Option Products Table 1 shows the option products available for the adapter. Please purchase these separately, as required. Table 1 Option Products Name Evaluation MCU Model MB91FV470 LQFP-144P header type 9 MB2198-161-E DSU-FR emulator MB2198-01-E DSU-FR cable MB2198-10-E Pseudo power on debug adapter* MB2198-169-E * : The pseudo power-on debug adapter function is available by connecting the pseudo power-on debug adapter (option) between the BGA-224P adapter and header board. The pseudo power-on debug functions to supply the evaluation MCU power of the BGA-224P adapter through the pseudo power-on debug adapter, and to maintain this state when the user power is off. Furthermore, it functions the power-on debug by resetting the evaluation MCU (INITX) at the time of the user power off, and by releasing the reset when the user power turns on again. 2. Handling Precautions The adapter unit is precision-manufactured to improve dimensional accuracy and to ensure reliable contact, and is therefore mechanically weak. Take the following precautions to ensure that the header board is always used correctly in an appropriate environment. • Avoid placing any stress on the NQPACK that is mounted on the user system while the adapter unit is connected. 1 3. BGA-224P Adapter Dimensions 1 C 2 1 1 TP3 TP2 VCC M1(SC1) EML GND R1 R4 R6 EML USR 1 USR SEL/KILL USR J1 EML KILL SEL485 SEL480 SEL475 C6 SEL470 USR USR SC2 J3 X0 RESET SW2 SW1 X1 X0 X0/X1 EML J2 X1 EML Figure 1 shows the BGA-224P adapter dimensions. 2 18 68.0mm CN3 C3 C2 V R2 119 TP4 GND TP1 VCC 120 119 C1 19 CN1 DSU4 20 120 HEADER I/F CN2 HEADER I/F CN1 C5 CN2 C4 A 1 2 32.4mm 68.0mm Figure 1 BGA-224P adapter dimensions 2 4. Connections ■ Connecting to the Header Board When connecting the BGA-224P adapter and header board, align the adapter I/F connector on the top of the header board with the header I/F connector on the BGA-224P adapter and insert until it clicks into place (see “Figure 2”). 20 TP1 VCC 119 2 19 TP4 GND HEADER I/F CN1 CN1 DSU4 1 C1 120 HEADER I/F CN2 BGA-224P adapter (MB2198-160-E) 120 119 R2 V C5 C3 C4 CN2 C2 CN3 A 1 1 18 2 1 X0 USR SC2 X0 X0/X1 C EML EML EML J2 J1 1 KILL SEL485 SEL480 SEL475 SEL470 X1 2 M1(SC1) VCC J3 X1 C6 SW1 EML USR RESET SW2 TP2 SEL/KILL USR USR USR EML R6 R4 R1 TP3 GND Header I/F connector 2 Adapter I/F connector 2 Header I/F connector 1 Adapter I/F connector 1 User system Header board Figure 2 How to connect the BGA-224P adapter • Disassembly procedure To remove the BGA-224P adapter from the header board, hold the header board so as not to place any stress on the NQPACK mounted on the user system and then unplug the BGA-224P adapter. 3 ■ Connecting the DSU Cable To connect the BGA-224P adapter and DSU cable, follow the instructions in “DSU-FR EMULATOR MB2198-01-E OPERATION MANUAL”. ■ Connecting a Crystal Oscillator The BGA-224P adapter includes an IC socket for mounting a crystal oscillator. This is provided to supply the clock to the evaluation MCU. Figure 3 shows how to mount the crystal oscillator in the IC socket and Figure 4 shows a schematic of the clock circuit. X0 X1 Crystal oscillator SC2 X0/X1 Figure 3 Mounting the crystal oscillator X0 X1 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 SC2 X0/X1 GND GND Figure 4 Schematic of the clock circuit 4 5. Mounting and Setting Up the Adapter ■ Mounting and Setting Locations Figure 5 shows the mounting and setting locations on the BGA-224P adapter. (1) Evaluation MCU ON 1 2 3 4 5 (7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) 6 (6) (5) (4) (3) (2) : IC socket for mounting evaluation MCU : IC socket for mounting crystal oscillator : Jumper for X0 pin setting : Jumper for X1 pin setting : Jumper for C pin setting : Slide switch for switching reset signal : DIP switch for fixed input signals Figure 5 Mounting and setting locations ■ Mounting the Evaluation MCU The procedure for mounting an evaluation MCU in the BGA-224P adapter is explained below (see “Figure 6”). 1. Press down vertically on the top of the IC socket for mounting the evaluation MCU on the BGA224P adapter (the IC hook pops up). 2. Confirm that the IC hook has popped up and then place the evaluation MCU in the socket. Make sure that you align the index mark (●) on the evaluation MCU with the index mark (●) on the IC socket. 3. Gently lift up the top of the IC socket for mounting the evaluation MCU and check that the IC hook is securely holding the evaluation MCU. 5 IC hook IC socket for mounting evaluation MCU Evaluation MCU Index mark M1 (SC1) Index mark Figure 6 Mounting the evaluation MCU Note : When mounting the evaluation MCU, to ensure that no stress is applied to the user system or header board, always remove the BGA-224P adapter from the header board. ■ Jumper Plug Settings The BGA-224P adapter has a number of jumper plugs that are used to specify various settings. The details are as follows. • X0 and X1 pin setting jumpers Figure 7 and Table 2 show the factory default settings and meanings for the X0 and X1 pin jumper settings. Refer to the hardware manual for the evaluation MCU you are using and set the jumpers to suit your requirements. USR X0 EML J2 J1 USR X1 EML Figure 7 X0 and X1 pin jumper settings (factory default settings) Table 2 Meaning of the X0 and X1 pin jumper settings Name Setting Default setting USER Connects the C4 pin (X1) to the user system. ❍ EML Connects the C4 pin (X1) to the X1 pin of the crystal oscillator IC socket on the adapter. - USER Connects the A1 pin (X0) to the user system. ❍ EML Connects the A1 pin (X0) to the X0 pin of the crystal oscillator IC socket on the adapter. - X1 X0 6 Description • C pin setting jumper Figure 8 and Table 3 show the factory default setting and meanings for the C pin jumper setting. Refer to the hardware manual for the evaluation MCU you are using and set the jumpers to suit your requirements. J3 USR C EML Figure 8 C pin jumper setting (factory default setting) Table 3 Meaning of the C pin jumper settings Name Setting Description Default setting USER Connects the C8 pin (C) to the user system. ❍ EML Connects the C8 pin (C) to GND via the 4.7µF capacitor. - C USR EML USR EML ■ Slide Switch for Switching Reset Signal Figure 9 and Table 4 show the factory default setting and meanings for the slide switch for switching the reset signal. Refer to the hardware manual for the evaluation MCU you are using and set the slide switch to suit your requirements. RESET SW2 Figure 9 Slide switch for switching reset signal (factory default setting) Table 4 Meaning of settings for the slide switch for switching reset signal Name Setting Description Default setting USER This setting connects the reset signal from the user system directly to the evaluation MCU. Use this setting when operating the user system independently using the evaluation MCU. - EML Use this setting if connecting the reset signal from the user system to the emulator. Always use this setting if using an emulator. ❍ RESET 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 Silk screen for DIP switch for fixed input signals ON SW1 SEL/KILL KILL SEL485 SEL480 SEL475 SEL470 ■ DIP Switch for Fixed Input Signals Figure 10 and Table 5 show the factory default setting and meanings for the DIP switch for fixed input signals. DIP switch for fixed input signals Signal level ON : VSS level OFF : VCC level Figure 10 DIP switch for fixed input signals (factory default settings) Table 5 DIP switch for fixed input signals Switch number (shown on DIP switch) Evaluation MCU pin number Default setting (signal level) Remarks (silk screen) 1 C14 ON (VSS level) SEL470 2 A17 ON (VSS level) SEL475 3 T18 ON (VSS level) SEL480 4 P17 ON (VSS level) SEL485 5 P14 ON (VSS level) KILL 6 - - - • Setting of SW1-1 to SW1-4 Set as follows if using the MB91470 series (MB91F475/F478/F479). SW1-1 (SEL470) : ON SW1-2 (SEL475) : OFF SW1-3 (SEL480) : ON SW1-4 (SEL485) : ON Set as follows if using the MB91480 series (MB91F487/F482/482). SW1-1 (SEL470) : ON SW1-2 (SEL475) : ON SW1-3 (SEL480) : ON SW1-4 (SEL485) : OFF • Setting of SW1-5 (KILL) Always set “ON”. 8 6. Connector Pin Assignment Tables 6 and 7 list the connections between the evaluation MCU and header I/F connector. : VCC The power supply (VCC) pin numbers on the evaluation MCU are as follows. VCC = A18, C3, D8, D12, E1, K1, K17, R1, R3, R6, T8, U2, U5, V6, V14, V18 : VSS The ground (VSS) pin numbers on the evaluation MCU are as follows. VSS = B8, B12, C16, D1, D4, K4, K15, N2, R8, T3, T6, T12, T16,V1,V3,V7 “ - ” : Unconnected (open circuit) pins 9 Table 6 Header I/F Connector 1 10 Connector pin number Evaluation MCU pin number Connector pin number Evaluation MCU pin number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 C10 A10 A9 D9 C9 B9 A8 A7 VSS VCC C8 VSS A6 B7 D7 C7 A5 B6 A4 D6 VSS VCC C6 B5 A3 B4 D5 C5 A2 B3 VSS VSS C4 A1 VSS VSS B2 D3 C2 B1 E3 E4 VCC VCC D2 E2 C1 F3 F4 F2 VSS VCC G3 G4 G2 F1 VSS G1 VSS 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 H4 H3 H2 H1 J2 J4 J3 J1 VCC VSS K3 K2 L1 M1 L4 L3 L2 N1 VSS M2 M4 M3 VSS VSS P1 VSS VSS VCC VCC VSS VCC VSS T4 U3 V2 T5 R5 U4 VCC VSS VSS VCC U6 V4 V5 T7 R7 U7 VCC VSS VSS VCC U8 V8 U9 R9 T9 V9 VSS - Table 7 Header I/F Connector 2 Connector pin number Evaluation MCU pin number Connector pin number Evaluation MCU pin number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 D10 B10 A11 B11 C11 D11 A12 A13 VSS VCC C12 VSS VSS B15 C13 VSS VSS A16 B14 VSS VSS D13 B13 VSS VSS A14 A15 B16 VSS C15 B17 L18 L17 VCC VSS D16 D15 C17 B18 E16 E15 D17 C18 VSS E17 F16 F15 D18 VSS F17 E18 G16 G15 G17 F18 H17 H16 VSS H15 G18 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 H18 J17 J16 J15 J18 K18 K16 VCC VSS L16 L15 M18 N18 R18 N17 N15 N16 VSS M17 M15 M16 P18 R17 P15 P16 U18 T17 R16 U17 T15 VSS VCC R15 U16 V17 T14 VSS R14 U15 V16 U14 T13 R13 V15 U13 VCC VSS R12 U12 V13 U11 T11 R11 VSS V12 V11 U10 T10 R10 V10 11 SS01-71091-1E FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS • SUPPORT SYSTEM DSU-FR EMULATOR BGA-224P ADAPTER MB2198-160-E OPERATION MANUAL April 2008 the first edition Published FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS LIMITED Edited Strategic Business Development Dept.