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FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR
SUPPORT SYSTEM
SS01-71139-1E
DSU-FR EMULATOR
BGA-224P ADAPTER TYPE 2
MB2198-160A-E
OPERATION MANUAL
PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the DSU-FR*1 emulator BGA-224P adapter type 2 (MB2198-160A-E)*2 .
The MB2198-160A-E is a development support tool for developing and evaluating application
products based on the MB91470/MB91480/MB91490 series of Fujitsu FR family of
microcontrollers.
This document is for engineers developing FUJITSU FR family microcontroller application products
using the DSU-FR emulator BGA-224P adapter type 2 (hereafter called the adapter), and describes
the functionality and handling of the adapter and the configuration methods. Read this manual
thoroughly before using the adapter.
*1 : FR, the abbreviation of FUJITSU RISC controller, is a line of products of Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited.
*2 : Referred to as the "adapter".
■ Using the product safely
This document contains important information for using this product safely. Be sure to read this
manual before using the adapter, and to follow the instructions given in this manual in order to use
the product correctly.
In particular, carefully read "■ Caution of the product described in this manual" at the beginning of
this manual and Section 2 "Restrictions", and make sure you have fully verified the safety
precautions before using the product.
Store this document in a safe location where it can easily be accessed at any time while you are using
the product.
■ Warranty and Liability Disclaimers
The specifications of the product are subject to change without notice.
Fujitsu assumes no liability for any loss or damage whatsoever directly or indirectly arising out of
the use of the product.
■ Product operating environment
Use the product at an operating temperature of between 5 °C and 35 °C and at an operating humidity
of between 20% and 80%. Avoid using it in a hot or humid environment and prevent condensation.
The product is a frameless PC board unit with all electronic components exposed. Therefore, do not
put anything on the product, do not touch or let an electrically charged material contact a metal part
of it. Once the product has been powered, try to keep those objects away from it which may
shortcircuit it or easily catch fire and burn. Use the product as horizontal as possible and avoid
operating it at a place exposed to strong vibration, dust, or explosive gas.
Note that using the product not in the above operating environment may unexpectedly cause personal
injury to the user (or another person if present near the product) or physical damage to properties
around the product.
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
Refer to the following manuals in conjunction with this manual:
• Evaluation MCU hardware manual or datasheet
• Header operation manual
• "DSU-FR EMULATOR MB2198-01-E OPERATION MANUAL"
• "FR-DSU CABLE MB2198-10-E OPERATION MANUAL"
• "SOFTUNE Workbench OPERATION MANUAL"
• "SOFTUNE Workbench USER’s MANUAL"
■ European RoHS compliance
Products with an -E suffix on the part number are European RoHS compliant products.
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■ 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.
Please confirm the latest relevant information with the sales representatives.
■ Caution of the product described in this manual
The following precautions apply to the product described in this manual.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in death or serious
injury and/or a fault in the user’s system if the product is not used correctly.
Electric shock,
Damage
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.
Electric shock,
Damage
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
Cuts, Damage
Cuts
Damage
Damage
Damage
Damage
Damage
Damage
Damage
Indicates the presence of a hazard that may cause a minor or moderate injury, damages to this product or devices connected to it, or may cause to loose software resources and other properties such as data, if the device is not used appropriately.
Before moving the product, be sure to turn off all the power supplies and unplug the
cables. Watch your step when carrying the product. Do not use the product in an
unstable location such as a place exposed to strong vibration or a sloping surface.
Doing so may cause the product to fall, resulting in an injury or fault.
The product contains sharp edges that are left unavoidably exposed, such as jumper plugs.
Handle the product with due care not to get injured with such pointed parts.
Do not place anything on the product or expose the product to physical shocks. Do
not carry the product after the power has been turned on.
Doing so may cause a malfunction due to overloading or shock.
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.
Inappropriate operating or storage environments may cause a fault.
Use the product within the ranges given in the specifications.
Operation over the specified ranges may cause a fault.
To prevent electrostatic breakdown, do not let your finger or other object come into
contact with the metal parts of any of the connectors. Before handling the product,
touch a metal object (such as a door knob) to discharge any static electricity from
your body.
When turning the power on or off, follow the relevant procedure as described in this
document.
Before turning the power on, in particular, be sure to finish making all the required
connections. Furthermore, be sure to configure and use the product by following the
instructions given in this document.
Using the product incorrectly or inappropriately may cause a fault.
Always turn the power off before connecting or disconnecting any cables from the
product. When unplugging a cable, unplug the cable by holding the connector part
without pulling on the cable itself. Pulling the cable itself or bending it may expose
or disconnect the cable core, resulting in a fault.
Because the product has no casing, it is recommended that it be stored in the original packaging. Transporting the product may cause a damage or fault. Therefore,
keep the packaging materials and use them when re-shipping the product.
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1. Product Overview and Handling Precautions
■ Overview
This adapter is a development support tool used for developing and evaluating hardware and software
products that use the Fujitsu FR family of microcontrollers.
The adapter is used in combination with the DSU-FR emulator LQFP-64P header*1 or a similar device to connect an FR-microcontroller based user system to the DSU-FR emulator (MB2198-01-E)*2
and FR-DSU cable (MB2198-10-E) *3.
*1 : Referred to as the header.
*2 : Referred to as the emulator.
*3 : Referred to as the DSU cable.
The major features of the adapter are as follows:
• The adapter board has an on-board IC socket for evaluation MCU (BGA-224 pin package
code: BGA-224P-M08).
• Used in combination with the header and DSU cable to connect the emulator to the user system.
• Power to the adapter is supplied from the user system.
• Support the low voltage detection (LVD) function.
■ Difference From Previous Model "DSU-FR Emulator BGA-224P Adapter (MB2198-160-E)"
The following table provides information about differences between the previous model and this
model.
Target MCU
Low voltage detection (LVD)
function
Clock supply
Previous model (MB2198-160-E)
This model (MB2198-160A-E)
MB91470/MB91480 series
MB91470/MB91480/MB91490
series*1
Not available
Available *2
Crystal oscillator
Crystal oscillator,
ceramic oscillator *3
*1 : Both the previous model and this model can be used for MB91470/480.
*2 : The LVD function can be enabled or disabled using the LVD function select slide switch on
this model.
When the function is disabled, this model functions on the same level as the previous model.
(Refer to Sections 2.2 and 6.4)
*3 : A ceramic oscillator as well as a crystal oscillator can be used for the clock supply for this model. (Refer to Section 6.2).
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■ Checking the Packaged Items
Before using the adapter, make sure that your package contains all of the following items:
• Adapter
• Operation manual (Japanese version)
• Operation manual (This manual in English)
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:1
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■ Optional Parts
The optional parts for this adapter are shown in Table 1.
Table 1 Optional Parts
Name
Evaluation MCU
Part number
MB91FV470
Headers
MB2198-16x-E
DSU-FR emulator
MB2198-01-E
FR-DSU cable
MB2198-10-E
Pseudo power-on debug adapter *
MB2198-169-E
* : The pseudo power-on debug function is available by connecting the pseudo power-on debug
adapter (option) between the adapter and header board.
The pseudo power-on debug function supplies power to the evaluation MCU on the adapter from
the pseudo power-on debug adapter, and retains the power even when user power is turned off.
The function executes pseudo power-on debugging by resetting (INITX) the evaluation MCU at
the timing of user power being turned off, and releasing the reset when user power is turned on
again.
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2 Restrictions
2.1 General Restrictions on the Adapter
• Turn off the power to the adapter, emulator, and user system before configuring the jumpers
and switches on the adapter.
• When the user system supplies a clock signal to the evaluation MCU, an oscillator should be
used as the clock signal source on the user system side.
• When the user system supplies a clock signal to the evaluation MCU using an oscillator, the
evaluation MCU has a restriction that, if the X0 pin or X1 pin must be opened, the jumper plug
for selecting the corresponding clock signal source must be removed.
• There is no function available to supply a clock signal from the adapter to the user system.
• When using the emulator, the reset signal select slide switch that configures the control source
of the INITX pin of the evaluation MCU must be set to the emulator side. When the emulator
is used, the 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.
When the adapter and header are used, the MCU on the user system must always be socket
mounted. The IC socket must be the designated IC socket.
• No power is supplied to the user system from the adapter, header, or emulator.
2.2 Restrictions on Using Low Voltage Detection (LVD) Function
■ Restrictions on Hardware
• When the low voltage detection (LVD) function is used, the P87/INT7 pin of the evaluation
MCU cannot be used as a user port because the detection signal is output to this pin. To use
the P87/INT7 pin as a user port, set the low voltage detection (LVD) function to OFF (by turning the LVD function select slide switch to the OFF position).
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3. Product Description
■ System Configuration
Figure 1 shows the system configuration for this adapter.
Host computer
General-purpose
measuring instrument
AC in
External trigger/
program execution
RS232C, USB, LAN
AC
adapter
MB2198-01-E
Connection
MB2198-10-E
Evaluation
MCU
Adapter
Header
<This Product>
Header interface
connector
YQPACK
Connection
Adapter interface
connector
Mass
production
MCU
NQPACK
User system
Figure 1 System configuration diagram
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■ Appearance and Part Names
Figure 2 shows , appearance and part names of the adapter, and Figure 3 shows dimensions of the adapter.
(15)
(16)
(17)
(1)
(14)
Evaluation
MCU
(13)
(12)
(11)
(10)
(9) (8)(7)(6)(5)(4) (3)
(2)
(1) : Evaluation MCU mounting IC socket
A BGA-224P-M08 IC socket for mounting the evaluation MCU. (No contact on the thermal ball)
(2) : Oscillator mounting socket
A socket for mounting a crystal or ceramic oscillator.
(3) : Jumper plug for setting the X0 pin
A jumper plug used to set the main clock supply source.
(4) : Jumper plug for setting the X1 pin
A jumper plug used to set the main clock supply source.
(5) : Jumper plug for setting the C pin
A jumper plug used to select whether the C pin on the evaluation MCU is connected to the C pin on the
user system or to the capacitor on the adapter.
(6) : Check Pin (GND)
A check pin used to connect a voltmeter to set voltage for the low voltage detection.
(7) : Check Pin (VCHK)
A check pin used to connect a voltmeter to set voltage for the low voltage detection.
(8) : Variable resister for setting LVD detection voltage.
This is used in case where the detection voltage value is changed when the low voltage detection (LVD)
function is in use.
(9) : LVD select slide switch
Set this switch to the ON position only when using the low voltage detection (LVD) function.
(10) :Reset signal select slide switch
A select switch used to select whether reset signals from the user system are connected directly to the
MCU or to the emulator.
(11): Fixed input signal DIP switch
A dip switch used to set the fixed input signal of the evaluation MCU.
(12) :Check Pin (GND)
A GND check pin.
(13) :Check Pin (VCC)
A power (UVCC) pin for the user system.
(14) :Header interface connector
Connectors used to connect to the header. (Mounted on the back)
(15) :DSU connector
A connector used to connect the DSU cable.
(16) :Check Pin (VCC)
A power (UVCC) pin for the user system.
(17) :Check Pin (GND)
A GND check pin.
Figure 2 External view of the adapter
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68.0 mm
32.4 mm
68.0 mm
Figure 3 Adapter dimensions
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4. Specifications
■ General Specifications
Table 2 lists the general specifications of the adapter.
Table 2 General specifications of the adapter
Item
Specification
Remarks
Product name
DSU-FR emulator
BGA-224P adapter type 2
Model number
MB2198-160A-E
Evaluation MCU
MB91FV470
BGA-224P package available
MCU package
BGA-224P-M08
0.8 mm pitch
Pin matrix: 18 ✕ 18
Operating power
UVCC = ±5.0 V
Supplied from the user system
Operating frequency
66 MHz (in trace mode)
33 MHz (in emulation mode)
Operating and storage
temperature
Operating: +5°C to +35°C
Storage: 0°C to +70°C
No condensation
Operating and storage
humidity
Operating: 20% to 80%
Storage: 20% to 80%
No condensation
Dimensions
68.0 mm (W) ✕ 68.0 mm (D) ✕ 32.4 mm (H)
No casing
Weight
51.2 g (Evaluation MCU, and oscillator are not included) No casing
■ Function Specifications
Table 3 lists the major functional specifications of the adapter.
Table 3 Functional specifications of the adapter
Item
Adapter function
Specification
Serves as an adapter that is used in combination with the DSU cable and header to connect the emulator and evaluation MCU with the user system. The DSU cable is used to connect the emulator.
Monitors the UVCC voltage value using the reset IC and, when the value goes down below the
low voltage detection voltage value (factory default is set to DC 3.7 V), outputs a sensing signal
Low voltage detec- ("low" level) to the P87/INT7 signal of the evaluation MCU. This function is enabled when the
tion (LVD) function LVD function select switch is set to ON. The setting of the LVD function sensing voltage can be
changed in the range of 3.0 V to 4.4 V.
For details, refer to "Section 6.4 Setting the Low Voltage Detection (LVD) Function".
A socket used to mount crystal oscillator or 3-pin ceramic oscillator. When you mount a crystal
Oscillator mounting oscillator, install it on SC2 and ceramic capacitors on SC3 and SC4. When you mount a 3-pin cesocket
ramic oscillator, install it on SC2 and leave SC3 and SC4 open.
For details, refer to "Section 6.2 Setting the Clock Supply".
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5. Connections
■ Connecting the Adapter to the Header
To connect the adapter to the header, align the direction of adapter interface connectors mounted on
the header with that of header interface connectors on the adapter, and push the connectors all the
way in until they click into place. (Refer to Figure 4)
BGA-224P adapter type 2
(MB2198-160A-E)
Header
interface connector 2
Adapter interface
connector 2
Header interface
connector 1
Adapter interface
connector 1
User system
Header board
Figure 4 Adapter connection
• Disconnection
To disconnect the BGA-224P adapter type 2 from the header board, pull out the BGA-224P adapter
type 2 while holding the header board, so that the NQPACK mounted on the user system does not
become stressed.
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■ Connecting the DSU Cable
To connect the DSU cable to the adapter, follow the instructions provided in "DSU-FR Emulator
MB2198-01-E Operation Manual".
■ Installing the Evaluation MCU
The following describes how to install the evaluation MCU onto the adapter. (Refer to Figure 5)
1. Press down on the top part of the evaluation MCU mounting IC socket on the adapter.
(This lifts up the IC hook.)
2. Check that the IC hook has lifted up before placing the evaluation MCU on the IC socket.
Align the index mark on the evaluation MCU (●) with that (●) on the IC socket while placing the MCU.
3. Gently lift up the top part of the IC socket, and check that the IC hook has secured the
evaluation MCU.
IC hook
Evaluation MCU
mounting IC socket
Evaluation
MCU
Index mark
Index mark
Figure 5 Installation of the evaluation MCU
Note : Before installing the evaluation MCU, be sure to disconnect the adapter and header, so that the user system and header do not become stressed during the installation.
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6. Usage
6.1 Configuring the C Pin of the Evaluation MCU
■ Configuring the C Pin Jumper plug of the Evaluation MCU
Figure 6 shows the factory default setting of the jumper plug for configuring the C pin of the evaluation MCU, and Table 4 shows the specifications of the C pin connection of the evaluation MCU according to the jumper plug setting.
Select the setting of this jumper plug according to your operating environment by consulting hardware manual or other reference of the evaluation MCU.
Figure 6 Jumper plug for configuring the C pin (Factory default setting)
Table 4 Settings of the jumper plug for configuring the C pin
Name
Setting
Description
Factory default
USR
The C8 pin (C ) is connected to the user system.
❍
EML
The C8 pin (C) is connected to GND via a 4.7μF bypass capacitor.
-
C
6.2 Setting the Clock Supply
■ Installing the Oscillator
The adapter has the oscillator mounting IC socket for supplying clock to the evaluation MCU.
Figure 7 shows how to install a crystal oscillator onto the IC socket, Figure 8 shows the installation
of a ceramic oscillator, and Figure 9 shows the clock circuit format.
Crystal
oscillator
Figure 7 Installing a crystal oscillator
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Ceramic
oscillator
Figure 8 Installing a ceramic oscillator
Figure 9 Clock circuit format
• For the frequency and other specifications of the oscillator, refer to the data sheet for the evaluation MCU.
• For the capacitance of capacitors used when installing the crystal oscillator, refer to the data
sheet for the oscillator.
Install capacitors onto SC3 and SC4 by bridging between 1st or 2nd pin and 3rd pin as described in Figure 9, Clock circuit format.
• The oscillator and capacitors are not provided with this adapter, and need to be procured separately.
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■ Setting Jumper Plugs for Configuring the X0 and X1 Pins
Figure 10 and Table 5 show the factory default setting and the settings of jumper plugs for configuring the X0 and X1 pins. Select the setting according to your operating environment.
Figure 10 Jumper plugs for configuring the X0 and X1 pins (Factory default setting)
Table 5 Settings of the jumper plugs for configuring the X0 and X1 pins
Name
Setting
Description
Factory default
USR
The C4 pin (X1 ) is connected to the user system.
❍
EML
The X1 pin of crystal oscillator IC socket on the adapter is connected to the C4
pin (X1) .
-
USR
The A1 pin (X0 ) is connected to the user system.
❍
EML
The X0 pin of crystal oscillator IC socket on the adapter is connected to the A1
pin (X0) .
-
X1
X0
6.3 Configuring the Reset Signal
■ Reset Signal Select Slide Switch
Figure 11 and Table 6 show the factory default setting and the settings of the reset signal select slide
switch. Select the setting according to your operating environment.
Figure 11 Reset signal select slide switch (Factory default setting)
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Table 6 Settings of reset signal select slide switch
Name
Setting
Description
Factory
default
USR
When you connect reset signals from the user system directly to the evaluation
MCU, select this setting. When you operate the user system independently using
the evaluation MCU, select this setting.
-
EML
When you connect reset signals from the user system to the emulator, select this
setting. Be sure to select this setting when the emulator is used.
❍
RESET
6.4 Setting the Low Voltage Detection (LVD) Function
■ LVD Function
The adapter includes the low voltage detection function (hereafter called the LVD function). The
LVD function monitors power (UVCC) supplied from the user system and, when the value goes
down below 3.7 V (factory default setting), outputs "L" from the low voltage detection IC (M2) to
the P87/INT7 pin of the evaluation MCU.
Figure 12 shows the LVD sensing timing.
Note : User port P87 is not available while the LVD function is being used.
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3.7
VCC
t
0
LVD IC Output
tPD = 3.2 μs
tPD = 3.2 μs
H
L
P87/INT7
t
Figure 12 LVD detection timing
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■ LVD Function Select Slide Switch
Figure 13 and Table 7 show the factory default setting and the settings of the LVD function select
slide switch.
Set the slide switch to ON when you use the LVD function.
Figure 13 LVD function select slide switch (Factory default setting)
Table 7 Settings of the reset signal select slide switch
Name
Setting
Factory
default
Description
ON
When you use the LVD function, select this setting.
-
OFF
Wen you do not use the LVD function, select this setting.
❍
LVD
■ Setting the LVD Variable Resistor
The setting of the LVD function sensing voltage can be changed in the range of 3.0 V to 4.4 V.
Figure 14 shows adjustment and its factory default setting of the LVD variable resistor. Figure 15
shows connection of a voltmeter that is used for adjusting the LVD variable resistor.
Factory default setting of the LVD detection voltage value is 3.7 V.
As the factory default, the VCHK value is set to 1.25 V when the VCC value is 3.7 V.
- Resistance value +
LVD detection voltage
increases
LVD detection voltage
decreases
RV1
Figure 14 Adjustment of the LVD variable resistor (Factory default setting)
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Voltmeter
RN2
GND
VCHK
RN1
Figure 15 Connection of a voltmeter used for adjusting the LVD variable resistor
Connect a voltmeter to the VCHK (RN1) and GND (RN2) Check pins, and set the LVD (low voltage
detection) voltage.
Set the voltage so that the VCHK value turns to 1.25 V.
(Example) To set the LVD detection voltage value to 3.0 V
• Apply 3.0 V to VCC, and set the LVD variable resistor so that the VCHK value turns to 1.25 V.
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6.5 Setting the Fixed Input Signal of the Evaluation MCU
■ Setting Fixed Input Signal DIP switch
Figure 16 and Table 8 show the factory default setting and the settings of the fixed input signal DIP
switch.
SW1
Fixed input signal DIP switch
SEL/KILL
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6
KILL
SEL485
SEL480
SEL475
SEL470
Signal level
ON: VSS level
OFF: VCC level
Printed indication of fixed input signal DIP switch
Figure 16 Fixed input signal DIP switch settings (factory default setting)
Table 8 Fixed input signal DIP switch settings
Element No.
Shown on (DIP switch)
Evaluation MCU pin
No.
Factory default
(Signal level)
Remarks (Printed)
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
-
-
-
• SW1-1 to SW1-4 settings
The following show the settings when using MB91470 series (MB91F475/F478/F479)
SW1-1 (SEL470): ON
SW1-2 (SEL475): OFF
SW1-3 (SEL480): ON
SW1-4 (SEL485): ON
The following show the settings when using MB91480 series (MB91F487/F482/482) and MB91490
series (F492).
SW1-1 (SEL470): ON
SW1-2 (SEL475): ON
SW1-3 (SEL480): ON
SW1-4 (SEL485): OFF
• SW1-5 (KILL) setting
Always set this to "ON".
Note : Change the settings according to the MCU type used.
For details, contact a sales or support representative.
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6.6 Power-on/Shutdown Procedures
■ Power-on Procedure
To turn the power on, finish making all the required connections and follow the procedure in Figure
17.
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 operation manual for the emulator.
Turn on the power to the host computer
Turn on the power to the emulator
The POWER LED lights up
Run "SOFTUNE Workbench"
Run "Emulator Debugger"
Has the emulator
been initialized?
YES
NO
Carry out the emulator initialization
Check that the dialog box is displayed
(see Figure 18)
Turn on the power supply to the user system
Click "OK" on the displayed dialog box
Figure 17 Power-on procedure
Figure 18 Dialog display
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■ Shutdown Procedure
To shut down your system, follow the procedure shown in Figure 19.
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 operation manual for the emulator.
Exit "Emulator Debugger"
Turn off the power supply
to the user system
Turn off the power supply to the
emulator
Turn off the host computer
(as required).
Figure 19 Shutdown procedure
Be cautious particularly about shutdown procedure when using the optional pseudo power-on debug
adapter. Figure 20 shows the shutdown procedure when using the pseudo power-on debug adapter.
Abort (or break) the execution
of the user program
Issue a reset command from
"Emulator Debugger"
Exit "Emulator Debugger"
Turn off the power supply
to the user system
Turn off the power supply
to the emulator
Turn off the host computer
(as required).
Figure 20 Shutdown procedure when using the pseudo power-on debug adapter
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7. User Interface Specifications
Tables 9 and 10 show the connection between the evaluation MCU and header interface connector.
: VCC
The pin numbers of the power supply (VCC) 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) pins on the evaluation MCU are as follows.
VSS = B8, B12, C16, D1, D4, K4, K15, N2, R8, T3, T6, T12, T16, V1, V3, V7
" - " : An unconnected (open) pin.
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Table 9 Header interface connector 1
20
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 10 Header interface 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
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SS01-71139-1E
FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR • SUPPORT SYSTEM
DSU-FR EMULATOR
BGA-224P ADAPTER TYPE 2
MB2198-160A-E
OPERATION MANUAL
June 2010 the first edition
Published FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR LIMITED
Edited
Sales Promotion Department
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