The following document contains information on Cypress products. FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SUPPORT SYSTEM SS01-71127-1E DSU-FR EMULATOR LQFP-100P HEADER TYPE 5 MB2198-129-E OPERATION MANUAL PREFACE Thank you for purchasing the LQFP-100P header type 5 (MB2198-129-E) for the DSU-FR emulator. The LQFP-100P header type 5 is used to connect the DSU-FR emulator (MB2198-01-E)*1 and the DSU-FR emulator PGA-401P adapter type 2 (MB2198-130-E)*2 to a user system. That uses FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS FR*3 family microcontroller MB91270 series (LQFP-100P)*4. This manual explains the handling of the LQFP-100P header type 5 for the DSU-FR emulator. Before using the MB2198-129-E, be sure to read this manual. Please contact the sales or support representative for details on the mass production and evaluation MCU models that can be used with this product. *1 : referred to as "emulator" *2 : referred to as "adapter board" *3 : FR, the abbreviation of FUJITSU RISC controller, is a line of products of FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS LIMITED. *4 : The lead pitch of PACKAGE (FPT-100P-M05) is 0.5 mm and the body size is 14 mm × 14 mm. ■ Handling and Use The handling and use of this product and notes regarding safety are included in the operation manual of the DSU-FR emulator. Follow the instructions in for the use of this product. • DSU-FR EMULATOR MB2198-01-E OPERATION MANUAL • DSU-FR EMULATOR PGA-401P ADAPTER TYPE 2 MB2198-130-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. 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Checking the Delivered Product Before using the LQFP-100P header type 5, confirm that the following components are included in the box: :1 • LQFP-100P header type 5*1 • Screws for securing header board (M2 × 10mm, 0.4mm pitch) :4 • Washer :4 :1 • NQPACK100SD-ND*2 3 :1 • HQPACK100SD* • Operation manual (Japanese version) :1 • Operation manual (English version, this manual) :1 *1 : Referred to as “header board”. Header board is mounted on YQPACK100SD-4W (Tokyo Eletech Corporation), referred to as “YQPACK”. *2 : The IC socket (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech Corporation and referred to as the “NQPACK”) which is supplied with a screwdriver and 3 guide pins. The more reliable NQPACK100SD-NDSL socket (Tokyo Eletech Corporation, sold separately) can be used by fabricating IC socket mounting holes in the user system board. For more information, contact Tokyo Eletech Corporation. *3 : The IC socket cover (manufactured by Tokyo Eletech Corporation and referred to as the “HQPACK”). Includes 4 screws for securing the HQPACK (M2 × 6mm, 0.4mm pitch). This product is used as an emulator system by combining with an optional emulator and adapter board. Please contact the sales or support representative for details on the emulator and the adapter board that can be used with this product. 2. Handling Precautions The header board is precision-manufactured to improve dimensional accuracy and to ensure reliable contact. The header is therefore sensitive to mechanical shock. To ensure correct use of the header in the proper environment, observe the following points regarding its insertion and removal: • To avoid placing stress on the NQPACK mounted on the user system board during connecting the header board. 1 3. Notes on Designing ■ Restrictions of PC board for the user system Once the header board is connected to the user system, the heights of parts mounted in the space around the header board are restricted. The PC board of the user system must be designed with due consideration given to this restriction (Figure 1). 78mm 32mm B B1 CN3 B50A50 80mm CN2 A50 S2 CN1 S1 B1 A1 B50 Approx. 35mm* Approx. 13mm* 36mm A1 A * : The height differs slightly depending on how the YQPACK and the NQPACK are engaged. Figure 1 Header board dimensions 2 ■ MCU footprint design notes Figure 2 shows the recommended dimensions of the NQPACK footprint mounted on the PC board of the user system. The PC board of the user system must be designed with due consideration given to this footprint as well as to the mass production MCU. For more information, contact the Tokyo Eletech Corporation. 0.5mm × 24 = 12mm 0.25mm 13.0mm 5.8mm φ2.2mm*2 3-φ1.0mm*1 0.5mm × 24 = 12mm 2.0mm 0.5mm 2.0mm No.1 pin 5.8mm 13.0mm 2.0mm 2.0mm *1 : The positions of the holes (φ1.0mm) for the guide pins when the NQPACK is mounted. These holes are not needed if the guide pins are not used. *2 : The position of the screw hole (φ2.2mm) used to affix the IC socket when the NQPACK100SD-ND-SL (Tokyo Eletech Corporation, sold separately) is mounted. This hole is not needed if the NQPACK100SD-ND-SL is not used. Figure 2 Recommended dimensions of the footprint for mounting the NQPACK 3 4. Procedure for Connecting to the User System Before using the LQFP-100P header type 5, mount the supplied NQPACK on the user system. The header board is used combining the emulator. Moreover, connection of a header board and an adapter board is two flat cables (a standard or Long) appended to the adapter board. Please use it. Refer to the operation manuals of the emulator or the adapter board about the way to connect. ■ Connecting 1. To connect the header board to the user system, match the index mark (▲) on the NQPACKmounted on the user system with the index mark (▲) on the header board and then insert it (See Figure 3) . The pin of YQPACK is thin and easy to bent. Check that the YQPACK pins are not bent before inserting the YQPACK into the NQPACK. 2. Insert each of the screws for securing the header board through a washer and into each of the four holes in the header board. To tighten the screws, use the screwdriver supplied with the NQPACK to evenly tighten the diagonally opposite screws in turn (see Figure 4). Be careful to avoid overtightening the screws as this may cause a bad connection. Adapter board connector A Adapter board connector B YQPACK (It mounts in the back) NQPACK index (▲) Header board index (▲) Figure 3 Index position 4 Screws for securing header board Washer Header board YQPACK NQPACK User system Figure 4 Header board connection ■ Disconnection To disconnect the header board from the user system, remove all four screws, and then pull the header board straight out of the NQPACK. 5 5. Mounting Mass Production MCUs To mount a mass production MCU on the user system, use the supplied HQPACK. ■ Mounting 1. To mount a mass production MCU on the user system, match the index mark (▲) on the NQPACK mounted on the user system with the index mark (●) on the mass production MCU. 2. Confirm that the mass production MCU is correctly mounted on the NQPACK and then align the index mark on the HQPACK with the index mark on the NQPACK (the corner with an angle cut out of it) and insert the HQPACK into the NQPACK (see Figure 5). The HQPACK pins are thin and easy to be bent. Check that the HQPACK pins are not bent before inserting it into the NQPACK. 3. Insert the screws for securing the HQPACK into the four holes in the HQPACK, and then evenly tighten the diagonally opposite screws in turn using the screwdriver that was included with the NQPACK. Be careful to avoid overtightening the screws as this may cause a bad connection. Screws for securing HQPACK HQPACK Mass production MCU NQPACK User system Figure 5 Mounting a mass production MCU ■ Disconnection To remove the HQPACK, remove all four screws, and pull out the HQPACK vertically. 6 6. Connector Pin Assignment The signals from the evaluation MCU that is mounted on the adapter board are connected to the YQPACK (which has the same pin configuration as the production MCU) via adapter board connectors A and B on the header board. The adapter board and header board are connected using the 2 flat cables (standard or long) that are included with the adapter board. See the operation manual for the adapter board for details on how to connect the flat cables. See the data sheet or hardware manual of each of the mass production MCUs for details on the MCU pins. ■ Pin assignment Tables 2 and 3 list the corresponding pin assignments for adapter board connectors A and B, the evaluation MCU on the adapter board, and the production MCU. See the operation manual of the adapter board for details on the evaluation MCU pin names. The notes in the tables have the following meanings: *1 : *2 : *3 : *4 : *5 : Connected to the mass production MCU pin:VSS (pins 14, 42, 64 and 89). Connected to the mass production MCU pin:C (pin15). Connected to the mass production MCU pin:VCC (pins 13, 63 and 83). Header board control pin (not connected to the mass production MCU pins). The evaluation MCU pins (pins 38, 51, 87, and 209) are selected with a jumper plug on the header board, and connected with mass production MCU pins (pins 11 and 12). Evaluation MCU Mass production MCU S1 38 pin A B 51 pin 12 pin C S2 87 pin A B 209 pin 11 pin C Figure 6 Pin assignment Table 1 Jumper plug setup Jumper plug setup (S1,S2) item Mass production MCU A-B MB91F272 B-C MB91F272R *6 : It connects with the pull-up (10kΩ) because it becomes non-connected terminal in evaluation MCU. *7 : It connects with the pull-down (10kΩ) because it becomes non-connected terminal in evaluation MCU. 7 Connector pin numbers 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 8 Table 2 Pin assignment of the adapter board connector A Evaluation Mass production Evaluation Connector MCU MCU MCU pin numbers pin numbers pin numbers pin numbers VSS *1 B1 VSS 135 *6 B2 84 301 *6 B3 192 191 *6 B4 35 349 *6 B5 131 296 31 B6 242 186 33 B7 245 188 35 B8 297 244 37 B9 346 187 39 B10 345 243 41 B11 VSS 83 73 B12 300 *2 B13 248 249 62 B14 193 VSS *1 B15 85 302 59 B16 36 136 57 B17 303 37 55 B18 86 138 21 B19 VSS 250 19 B20 351 195 17 B21 137 38 *5 B22 194 VSS *1 B23 5 B24 87 209 *5 B25 51 252 71 B26 251 39 70 B27 VSS 40 8 B28 304 139 2 B29 88 41 9 B30 305 VSS *1 B31 89 140 4 B32 196 42 67 B33 253 306 66 B34 197 65 B35 VSS 141 3 B36 90 76 *3 B37 202 310 *6 B38 201 VSS *1 B39 357 257 *6 B40 144 309 *6 B41 256 200 *6 B42 356 308 *6 B43 VSS 92 *6 B44 44 255 *6 B45 143 199 *6 B46 307 91 96 B47 254 98 B48 142 198 100 B49 43 VSS *1 B50 VSS Mass production MCU pin numbers *1 *6 *6 *6 30 32 34 36 38 40 *1 74 *6 *6 61 60 58 56 *1 20 18 16 *2 *5 *5 69 *1 *3 7 1 6 5 68 *2 *1 10 *6 *6 *6 *6 *6 *6 *1 *6 *6 95 *2 97 99 *1 Connector pin numbers 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 Table 3 Pin assignment of the adapter board connector B Evaluation Mass production Evaluation Connector MCU MCU MCU pin numbers pin numbers pin numbers pin numbers VSS *1 B1 VSS B2 50 4 *6 B3 315 208 *6 B4 98 153 *6 B5 182 127 *6 B6 239 VSS *1 B7 31 293 *6 B8 183 78 *6 B9 128 184 *6 B10 32 240 *6 B11 VSS 129 *6 B12 79 294 53 B13 185 130 47 B14 241 VSS *1 B15 97 80 45 B16 295 *3 B17 344 298 29 B18 132 189 27 B19 VSS 246 26 B20 348 299 24 B21 133 81 22 B22 33 VSS *1 B23 247 190 *6 B24 34 134 *6 B25 82 *3 B26 29 291 90 B27 VSS 258 94 B28 146 203 92 B29 259 93 86 B30 147 VSS *1 B31 204 312 83 B32 260 94 81 B33 45 205 79 B34 148 1 77 B35 VSS *3 B36 95 46 75 B37 126 292 51 B38 30 VSS *1 B39 77 206 *3 B40 261 47 *1 B41 313 2 *1 B42 149 150 B43 VSS 262 *1 B44 48 96 *1 B45 151 207 B46 49 VSS *1 B47 3 263 *7 B48 264 *7 B49 VSS *1 B50 VSS Mass production MCU pin numbers *1 *6 *6 *6 *6 72 *6 *6 *6 *1 54 48 46 *1 44 43 28 *1 25 23 *3 *6 *6 *6 91 *1 93 87 85 84 82 80 78 *1 76 52 50 49 *1 *1 *1 *1 *3 *1 9 SS01-71127-1E FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS • SUPPORT SYSTEM DSU-FR EMULATOR LQFP-100P HEADER TYPE 5 MB2198-129-E OPERATION MANUAL September 2008 the first edition Published FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS LIMITED Edited Business & Media Promotion Dept.