Bluemoon-EVB HW User Manual (English version)

Fujitsu Semiconductor Design (Chengdu) Co., Ltd.
User Manual
MCU-UM-510106-E-11
32-BIT MICROCONTROLLER
MB9AA30N SERIES
BLUEMOON-EVB HARDWARE
USER MANUAL
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Contents
Contents
REVISION HISTORY ............................................................................................................ 2
CONTENTS .......................................................................................................................... 3
1 INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................. 5
1.1
Purpose ................................................................................................................... 5
1.2
Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations ................................................................ 5
1.3
Document Overview ................................................................................................ 5
2 OVERVIEW AND FEATURES ......................................................................................... 6
2.1
Overview ................................................................................................................. 6
2.2
Features .................................................................................................................. 6
3 SYSTEM BLOCK AND CONNECTION............................................................................ 7
3.1
System Block .......................................................................................................... 7
3.2
System Connection ................................................................................................. 8
3.2.1
Connectors on Main Board ........................................................................ 8
3.2.2
EVB runs normal Connection ..................................................................... 9
3.2.3
Connection on serial programmer ............................................................ 10
3.2.4
Connection on JTAG ............................................................................... 11
4 PROGRAM DOWNLOAD .............................................................................................. 12
4.1
Serial programming ............................................................................................... 12
4.2
JTAG Debug ......................................................................................................... 14
5 EACH MODULE DESCRIPTION.................................................................................... 17
5.1
Main Interfaces Overview ...................................................................................... 17
5.2
Power Supply ........................................................................................................ 21
5.3
LCD Display and control ........................................................................................ 22
5.4
Temperature Sample ............................................................................................. 23
5.5
RTC calibration ..................................................................................................... 24
6 EACH FUNCTION OPERATION .................................................................................... 25
6.1
Operation Overview ............................................................................................... 25
6.2
EV Board Start-up ................................................................................................. 26
6.2.1
Start-up Display ....................................................................................... 26
6.2.2
RTC Default Setting ................................................................................. 26
6.3
Normal Mode Operation ........................................................................................ 27
6.4
Test Mode Operation ............................................................................................. 28
6.5
Low Power Consumption Mode Operation ............................................................ 29
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7 TROUBLE SHOOT ........................................................................................................ 30
8 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ....................................................................................... 31
9 APPENDIX ..................................................................................................................... 32
9.1
List of Figures and Tables ..................................................................................... 32
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Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Introduction
1.1
Purpose
This user manual describes hardware structure of Bluemoon EVB and functions of each
module.
This user manual describes hardware system block, each function definition, list operation
steps and trouble shoot.
1.2
Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations
1.3
Document Overview
The rest of document is organized as the following:
Chapter 2 explains Overview and Features
Chapter 3 explains System Block and Connection.
Chapter 4 explains Program Download.
Chapter 5 describes Each Module Description.
Chapter 6 describes Each Function Operation.
Chapter 7 explains Trouble Shoot.
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Chapter 2 Overview and Features
2 Overview and Features
Overview and Features of System
2.1
Overview
This Bluemoon EV Board is intended to aid the user in the rapid evaluation and development
of segment LCD and RTC control using MB9AA30N series MCU which are embedded with
ARM Cotex-M3 core. This EV Board targets to control LCD, RTC, low power consumption
mode and so on modules.
The EV Board has 8COM LCD with 17 available segments, which is able to display
abundant contents. FUJITSU’s MB9AA30N series MCU integrated 8COM segment LCD
driver circuit and RTC circuit etc., user is capable of operating them easily. Furthermore,
TSC keys also are provide, The TSC_LIB.a gave the driver and signal processing functions.
Otherwise, user can use the EVB to evaluate MCU power consumption. Figure 3-1 provides
a photograph of the Bluemoon EV Board. A block diagram that shows the main components
of the system is provided.
All the system features have been listed in section 2.2Features.
2.2
Features

Support RTC display and setting

Support low-power consumption setting and return

Support 8-COM Segment LCD

Support JTAG and UART programmer

Support TSC keys use GPIO Algorithm

Support USB 5V/DC power supply

Support Battery power supply(1.5V/AAA X 4)

User LED control

User Key and joystick control
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Chapter 3 System Block and Connection
3 System Block and Connection
Block and Connection of System
3.1
System Block
This EV board includes: one 8COM segment LCD and it’s backlight circuit, a TSC key, two
mechanical keys, a joystick key, two LEDs, a serial port and JTAG interface. The power
supply is selectable between DC 9V, USB and battery.
Figure 3-1 shows the system block diagram.
J3
DC Power
DB9
P1
U6
USB Power
J2
LCD
FSDC-FM3-A30-1-0024-01
(PCB)Bluemoon-EVB-V1.0.0
D4
Power Led
J6 J7
J8
JTAG
J4
J1
D2
Work Led
SW1
Reset Key
SW3
SW2
K1
Key
TSC Key
J5
Figure 3-1: System Block Diagram
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Chapter 3 System Block and Connection
3.2
System Connection
3.2.1 Connectors on Main Board
The connectors on Main Board are shown in Figure 3-2
2
1
3
Bottom view
5
4
7
8
9
10
6
Figure 3-2: Connectors on Main Board
Table 3-1collects the definition of the connectors on main board.
Number
Table 3-1: Definition of Connectors on Main Board
Port Designator
Description
Remarks
1
P1
serial port
N/A
2
J3
DC power supply (9V)
N/A
3
J2
USB DC 5V power supply
N/A
4
J1
JTAG interface
N/A
5
J4
Jumper, MCU Power selector
N/A
6
J5
Jumper, serial programming selector(MCU mode pin)
N/A
7
J6
Jumper, serial programming selector(UART Txd)
N/A
8
J7
Jumper, serial programming selector(UART Rxd)
N/A
9
J8
RTC calibration port
N/A
10
BT2
Battery power supply
N/A
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Chapter 3 System Block and Connection
3.2.2 EVB runs normal Connection
The normal operation of EV board connection as Figure 3-3 shows
Optional
2
2
3
Optional
2
Bottom view
5
2
7 8
Optional
10
2
Figure 3-3: Connection on Normal Operation
Table 3-2 collects the definition of connection on normal operation
Number
Table 3-2: Definition of Connectors on Normal Operation
Port Designator
Description
Remarks
2
J3
DC power supply (9V)
optional
3
J2
USB DC 5V power supply
optional
5
J4
Jumper, MCU Power selector
N/A
7
J6
Jumper, serial programming selector(Txd, strobe 2,3 pin)
N/A
8
J7
Jumper, serial programming selector(Rxd, strobe 2,3 pin)
N/A
10
BT2
Battery power supply
Note: Don’t strobe J5.
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3.2.3 Connection on serial programmer
The EV board download file used serial programmer connection as Figure 3-4 shows
Optional
1
2
2
2
3
Optional
2
Bottom view
5
2
7 8
Optional
10
2
6
2
Figure 3-4: Connection on Serial Programmer
Table 3-3 collects the definition of connection on serial programmer
Number
Table 3-3: Definition of Connectors on serial programmer
Port Designator
Description
Remarks
1
P1
Serial port
2
J3
DC power supply (9V)
optional
3
J2
USB DC 5V power supply
optional
5
J4
Jumper, MCU Power selector
N/A
6
J5
Jumper, serial programming selector(MCU mode pin)
N/A
7
J6
Jumper, serial programming selector(Txd, strobe 2,3 pin)
N/A
8
J7
Jumper, serial programming selector(Rxd, strobe 2,3 pin)
N/A
10
BT2
Battery power supply
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3.2.4 Connection on JTAG
The EV board download file used JTAG connection as Figure 3-5 shows
Optional
2
2
3
Optional
2
Bottom view
5
4
2
2
7 8
Optional
10
2
Figure 3-5: Connection on JTAG
Table 3-4 collects the definition of connection on JTAG
Number
Port Designator
Table 3-4: Definition of Connectors on JTAG
Description
Remarks
2
J3
DC power supply (9V)
optional
3
J2
USB DC 5V power supply
optional
4
J1
JTAG interface
N/A
5
J4
Jumper, MCU Power selector
N/A
7
J6
Jumper, serial programming selector(Txd, strobe 2,3 pin)
N/A
8
J7
Jumper, serial programming selector(Rxd, strobe 2,3 pin)
N/A
10
BT2
Battery power supply
Note: First power on, then connect J-Link to PC and EV board.
Don’t strobe J5.
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Chapter 4 Program Download
4 Program Download
Program Download
This EV board can download the firmware used serial program and JTAG.
4.1
Serial programming
The demo board could download the firmware used FUJITSU SEMICONDUCTOR MCU
Programmer.
1. Connect the board as chapter 3.2.3 (Connection on serial programmer).
2. Open the software PCWFM3-V01L04/flash.exe
3. As Figure 4-1 shows, select the target MCU “MB9AF32L/M/N”, the crystal frequency
“4M”, click the “Open” to select download file, then click the “Full Operation
(D+E+B+P).
1
2
3
4
Figure 4-1: MCU Programmer
4. As Figure 4-2 shows, press the SW1 (MCU reset key) and click the “OK” quickly.
Figure 4-2: Connect System
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Chapter 4 Program Download
5. Wait for some time, As Figure 4-3 shows the download file completely. Then do not
strobe J5, the EVB will run normal.
Figure 4-3: MCU Programmer Download
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Chapter 4 Program Download
4.2
JTAG Debug
The demo board supports standard 20-pin JTAG debugging and programming .The user is
recommend using IAR system tools including the emulator and complier. The steps as:
1. Connect the board as chapter 3.2.4 (Connection on JTAG).
2. As the Figure 4-3 shows, the J-Link led will turn green, EVB D4 (power supply
indication) will light.
Power supply LED indication
JTAG LED
Figure 4-4: JTAG and EVB Connect
3. Open the project file, as Figure 4-5 shows
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Chapter 4 Program Download
Figure 4-5: View of Project
4. Clicking right button on the project name, and select “Rebuild All”. The project will
be rebuilt, as Figure 4-6 shows
Figure 4-6: Rebuild the Project
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Chapter 4 Program Download
5. If build no error, Select “Project->Download and Debug”
Figure 4-7: Download and Debug
6. As Figure 4-8 shows, the download file completely.
Figure 4-8: Download completely
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Chapter 5 Each Module Description
5 Each Module Description
Introduce Each Module
5.1
Main Interfaces Overview
The EV board main interfaces, example as connector, display and keys. As Figure 5-1
shows
1
2
11
3
Bottom view
12
4
5
7
8
9
10
13
17
14
6
15
16
Figure 5-1: Connectors on Board
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Chapter 5 Each Module Description
Table 5-1 collects the definition of the interfaces on Board.
Number
Table 5-1: Definition of interfaces on Board
Description
Port Designator
Remarks
1
P1
serial port
N/A
2
J3
DC power supply (9V)
N/A
3
J2
USB DC 5V power supply
N/A
4
J1
JTAG interface
N/A
5
J4
Jumper, MCU Power selector. User can measure MCU
current used it
N/A
6
J5
Jumper,serial programming selector(MCU mode pin). Do not
strobe J5 in any mode, except serial programming mode
N/A
7
J6
Jumper, serial programming selector(Txd, strobe 2,3 pin)
N/A
8
J7
Jumper, serial programming selector(Rxd, strobe 2,3 pin)
N/A
9
J8
RTC calibration port
N/A
10
BT2
Battery power supply
N/A
11
U6
LCD
N/A
12
D4
Power supply LED indication
N/A
13
D2
MCU work LED indication
N/A
14
SW1
Mechanical key, used MCU reset
N/A
15
SW2
Mechanical key
N/A
16
K1
TSC key
N/A
17
SW3
Joystick
N/A
Table 5-2 collects the definition of P1.
Pin
Table 5-2: Definition of P1
Description
Remarks
1
NC
N/A
2
Txd, EVB send data
N/A
3
Rxd, EVB receive data
N/A
4
NC
N/A
5
GND
N/A
6
NC
N/A
7
NC
N/A
8
NC
N/A
9
NC
N/A
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Chapter 5 Each Module Description
Table 5-3 collects the definition of J1.
Pin
Table 5-3: Definition of J1
Description
Remarks
1
VCC
N/A
2
VCC
N/A
3
TRSTX
N/A
4
GND
N/A
5
TDI
N/A
6
GND
N/A
7
TMS
N/A
8
GND
N/A
9
TCK
N/A
10
GND
N/A
11
Pull-down to GND
N/A
12
GND
N/A
13
TDO
N/A
14
GND
N/A
15
nRST
N/A
16
GND
N/A
17
NC
N/A
18
GND
N/A
19
NC
N/A
20
GND
N/A
Table 5-4 collects the definition of J6.
Pin
Table 5-4: Definition of J6
Description
Remarks
1
SOT0_0_EXT
2
SOT0_0
3
SOT0_0_232
Connect to J8
MCU serial
RS232, Connect to U4
Table 5-5 collects the definition of J7.
Pin
Table 5-5: Definition of J7
Description
Remarks
1
SIN0_0_EXT
2
SIN0_0
3
SIN0_0_232
Connect to J8
MCU serial
RS232, Connect to U4
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Chapter 5 Each Module Description
Table 5-6 collects the definition of J8.
Pin
Table 5-6: Definition of J8
Description
Remarks
1
RTCCO_1
N/A
2
NC
N/A
3
SOT0_0_EXT
N/A
4
SIN0_0_EXT
N/A
5
MD0
MCU mode pin
6
nRST
N/A
7
GND
N/A
8
VCC
N/A
9
NC
N/A
10
NC
N/A
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Chapter 5 Each Module Description
5.2
Power Supply
EV board power supply has three methods, As Figure 5-2 shows
Connect
Battery (BT2)
Figure 5-2: Power Supply

DC power supply
Use 9V DC power adapter which is positive inside and negative outside, the EV board
works in 5V condition.

USB power supply
Use the USB power supply, the EV board works in 5V condition.

Battery power supply
Use battery power supply, the EV board works in 3.3V condition.
Allows the three method work together, the priority is DC 9V power supply > USB power
supply > Battery power supply.
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Chapter 5 Each Module Description
5.3
LCD Display and control
Figure 5-3 shows the LCD backlight and LCD drive circuit.
Figure 5-3: LCD Circuit

LCD driver used internal divider resistor.

When 5V power, used 10K internal resistor.

When 3.3V power, used 100K internal resistor. So the backlight and LCD display will
become dark.
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Chapter 5 Each Module Description
5.4
Temperature Sample
As Figure 5-4 shows the temperature sample circuit.
Figure 5-4: temperature sample

ADC sample thermistor voltage to enhance RTC precision.

When EV board is works, the AVCC always exist voltage. So in low consumption
power mode, it will have some additional current consumption.

The solution is R44 voltage can’t supply from MCUVCC.
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Chapter 5 Each Module Description
5.5
RTC calibration
As Figure 5-5 shows RTC calibration circuit.
Figure 5-5: RTC calibration

RTC calibration need used FUJITSU RTC Calibration tools.

It used calibrate RTC crystal frequency deviation.
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Chapter 6 Each Function Operation
6 Each Function Operation
Each Function Operation
6.1
Operation Overview
The EV Board power on, D4 will light always, anytime press SW1 the EV Board will reset.
The system includes three modes.
 Normal mode: system runs normal.
 Test mode: convenient for measure the MCU power consumption; closed ADC, LVD,
LCD and so on function.
 Low power consumption mode: used measure the MCU power consumption in
standby RTC mode.
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Chapter 6 Each Function Operation
6.2
EV Board Start-up
After system board start-up, it runs normal mode. Enter test mode or low power consumption
mode only from normal mode.
6.2.1 Start-up Display
The system power on, D4 will away light, D2 light last 2s, LCD display “FUJITSU” last 3s, As
Figure 6-1 shows.
D4
D2
Figure 6-1: Start-up Display
6.2.2 RTC Default Setting
The system start-up from power shut, the RTC is set “2012-10-01” & “09:00:00”.
Figure 6-2: Display Time
Note: system reset, the RTC will save the current value.
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Chapter 6 Each Function Operation
6.3
Normal Mode Operation
1. LCD will display the current time without any operation, as Figure 6-2 shows.
2. Touch K1 or SW3, D2 light lasts 0.5 s, LCD displays current date and will lasts 5s
then return to display the current time, As Figure 6-3 shows.
Figure 6-3: Display Date
3. Press SW2 + SW3 simultaneous, the system will enter RTC setting function.
 The LCD blink place means current setting options, first is year setting option.
 Press SW2 jumps to next option, includes year, month, day, hour, minute,
second.
 Press the SW3 (include up, down, left, right keys) to set the value. Up and left
key will reduce current value, down and right key will add current value.
 Press K1, exit RTC setting function without save any setting.
 Press SW2 + SW3, save the setting and exit RTC setting function.
Note: Must be sure the setting is accurate, otherwise the EV board can’t return RTC Setting function and jumps
the error setting option.
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Chapter 6 Each Function Operation
6.4
Test Mode Operation
In test mode, the LCD and MCU main function is closed. As Figure 6-4 shows
Figure 6-4: Test Mode Display
1. In normal mode, press SW2 + K1 + SW3 to enter test mode.
2. Press SW3, the D2 will light last 0.5 s.
3. In test mode, press SW2 + K1 + SW3 to exit normal mode.
4. In test mode, press SW2 + K1 will enter low power consumption mode. Press SW2
wake up it and then enter test mode again.
5.
Note: If don’t exit test mode, user should be sure not enter low power consumption
mode.
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Chapter 6 Each Function Operation
6.5
Low Power Consumption Mode Operation
In low power consumption mode (standby RTC mode), MCU stop, but D4 is light always. As
Figure 6-5 shows
Figure 6-5: Low Power Consumption Mode Display
1.
In normal mode, press SW2 + K1 to enter low power consumption mode.
2.
Press SW2 will wake up MCU and then enter normal mode.
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Chapter 7 Trouble Shoot
7 Trouble Shoot
Trouble Shoot
In this section, some probable cause of trouble has been listed, as well as some suggestions.
1. EV board power on, D2 is dark.
 Be sure strobe J4.
2. Serial programming can’t download firmware.
 Be sure strobe J4, J5, selected J6 pin2 and pin3, selected J7 pin2 and pin3.
3. K1 is useless.
 When system reset or wake up the MCU from low power consumption mode,
don’t touch the K1.
 If battery power supply, adjustment TSC key sensitivity. Refer to MCU-UM510107-E-10-Bluemoon-EVB_FW.docx
4. Don’t exit the test mode.
 Be sure the system don’t enter low power consumption mode in test mode.
5. The current in low power consumption mode.
 See as chapter 5.4 (Temperature Sample).
 Don’t weld R47, R48, the current only 1.6uA.
6. RTC calibration.
 Refer to MB9AFA32N RTC 校准仪简易使用手册.pdf
7. Power on, the EV Board does not work.
 Be sure does not strobe J5.
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Chapter 8 Additional Information
8 Additional Information
For more Information on FUJITSU semiconductor products, visit the following websites:
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http://www.fujitsu.com/cn/fsp/services/mcu/32bit/fm3/an.html
Chinese version address:
http://www.fujitsu.com/cn/fss/services/mcu/32bit/fm3/an.html
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Chapter 9 Appendix
9 Appendix
9.1
List of Figures and Tables
Table 3-1: Definition of Connectors on Main Board ................................................................ 8
Table 3-2: Definition of Connectors on Normal Operation ...................................................... 9
Table 3-3: Definition of Connectors on serial programmer ................................................... 10
Table 3-4: Definition of Connectors on JTAG ....................................................................... 11
Table 5-1: Definition of interfaces on Board ......................................................................... 18
Table 5-2: Definition of P1 .................................................................................................... 18
Table 5-3: Definition of J1 .................................................................................................... 19
Table 5-4: Definition of J6 .................................................................................................... 19
Table 5-5: Definition of J7 .................................................................................................... 19
Table 5-6: Definition of J8 .................................................................................................... 20
Figure 3-1: System Block Diagram ......................................................................................... 7
Figure 3-2: Connectors on Main Board .................................................................................. 8
Figure 3-3: Connection on Normal Operation ......................................................................... 9
Figure 3-4: Connection on Serial Programmer ..................................................................... 10
Figure 3-5: Connection on JTAG .......................................................................................... 11
Figure 4-1: MCU Programmer .............................................................................................. 12
Figure 4-2: Connect System................................................................................................. 12
Figure 4-3: MCU Programmer Download ............................................................................. 13
Figure 4-4: JTAG and EVB Connect .................................................................................... 14
Figure 4-5: View of Project ................................................................................................... 15
Figure 4-6: Rebuild the Project ............................................................................................. 15
Figure 4-7: Download and Debug ........................................................................................ 16
Figure 4-8: Download completely ......................................................................................... 16
Figure 5-1: Connectors on Board ......................................................................................... 17
Figure 5-2: Power Supply ..................................................................................................... 21
Figure 5-3: LCD Display ....................................................................................................... 22
Figure 5-4: temperature sample ........................................................................................... 23
Figure 5-5: RTC calibration .................................................................................................. 24
Figure 6-1: Start-up Display ................................................................................................. 26
Figure 6-2: Display Time ...................................................................................................... 26
Figure 6-3: Display Date ...................................................................................................... 27
Figure 6-4: Test Mode Display ............................................................................................. 28
Figure 6-5: Low Power Consumption Mode Display ............................................................. 29
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