dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A Migration Guidelines

dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A
dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A Migration Guidelines
Note:
This device has been designed to perform to the parameters of its data sheet. It has been tested to an
electrical specification designed to determine its conformance with these parameters. Due to process
differences in the manufacture of this device, the dsPIC30F6010A may have different performance
characteristics than its earlier version, dsPIC30F6010. These differences may cause this device to perform
differently in your application than the earlier version of this device.
Note:
You should verify that the device oscillator starts and performs as expected. Adjusting the loading capacitor
values and/or the oscillator mode may be required.
GENERAL INFORMATION
CODE COMPATIBILITY
This document provides an overview of considerations
for migrating from dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A
devices. If you are undertaking this migration, it is
recommended that you download data sheets and
errata documents on these devices from our web site,
www.microchip.com.
For the most part, dsPIC30F code developed with the
MPLAB® C30 C Compiler and MPLAB ASM30 Assembler is directly portable between the dsPIC30F6010
and dsPIC30F6010A devices. However, in some cases
small changes may be required depending on which
features have been enhanced. To migrate source code
to the dsPIC30F6010A device, perform these two
steps:
Most errata for the dsPIC30F30F6010 Rev. B1/B2
silicon have been fixed in the dsPIC30F30F6010A
Rev. A2 silicon. The specific device errata documents
are listed here for reference:
• dsPIC30F6010 Rev. B1 errata – DS80182
• dsPIC30F6010 Rev. B2 errata – DS80195
Appendix B of the “dsPIC30F30F6010A/6015 Data
Sheet” (DS70150) provides device comparison
summaries
between
dsPIC30F6010
and
dsPIC30F6010A devices.
Appendix C of the “dsPIC30F30F6010A/6015 Data
Sheet” (DS70150) provides device migration
information
between
dsPIC30F6010
and
dsPIC30F6010A devices.
Respective data sheets and errata documents for both
devices are posted on Microchip’s web site,
www.microchip.com.
In most cases, code developed for the dsPIC30F6010
devices is directly portable to the dsPIC30F6010A
devices, with the exceptions summarized in the
“Peripherals” section.
1.
2.
Include the appropriate dsPIC30F6010A device
header (.h) and include (.inc) files in the
source code files.
Remove any work arounds implemented in
source code or MPLAB C30 command line
options for
errata described
in
the
“dsPIC30F6010 Rev. B2 Silicon Errata”
(DS80195B) document.
Note:
See
“Recommended Procedure for
Migrating from dsPIC30F6010 to
dsPIC30F6010A” on page 4.
OSCILLATOR OPERATION
Several oscillator modes have been added to the
dsPIC30F6010A device:
• FRC with x4, x8 and x16 PLL mode
• HS/2 with x4, x8 and x16 PLL mode
• HS/3 with x4, x8 and x16 PLL mode
In support of the Fast RC Oscillator (FRC), the
OSCTUN Special Function Register (SFR) has been
added. This register includes six FRC tuning bits
(TUN<5:0>). There are no code or operational
compatibility issues to address for this new feature.
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Another important change deals with the OSCCON
SFR. Bits have been added to both the COSC and
NOSC functional definitions. Use the dsPIC30F6010A
device header and include files to achieve code
portability with the OSCCON SFR.
Note:
Quadrature Encoder Interface (QEI) – The control bits
in the DFLTCON SFR have changed to allow additional
functionality. Refer to the “dsPIC30F Family Reference
Manual” (DS70046) for additional details.
Device Oscillator – The device oscillator feature set
has been enhanced to provide additional flexibility. The
new oscillator modes are presented in Section 21.0
“System Integration” of the “dsPIC30F6010A/6015
Data Sheet” (DS70150). In support of the Fast RC
oscillator (FRC), the OSCTUN Special Function
Register (SFR) has been added. This register includes
six FRCs tuning bits (TUN<5:0>). The new oscillator
modes are supported by use of the respective
dsPIC30F6010A device header (.h), linker (.gld) and
include (.inc) files in the source code files. Refer to
the “dsPIC30F6010A/6015 Data Sheet” (DS70150) for
more information. The following oscillator modes have
been added:
Oscillator operation should be verified to
ensure that it starts and performs as
expected. You may need to adjust the load
capacitor and/or the oscillator mode to
achieve the proper values.
DEVICE CONFIGURATION
REGISTERS
In support of the new oscillator modes, the FOSC
Configuration register has been modified. The
dsPIC30F6010A device header and include files
provide the updated bit field definitions and macros for
the device Configuration registers. Please refer to
these new macros when embedding specific device
configuration information in the C and Assembler
source files.
• HS/2 x4, x8 and x16PLL mode
• HS/3 x4, x8 and x16PLL mode
• FRC x4, x8 and x16PLL mode
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
PERIPHERALS
Table 1 below presents a comparison of the operating
MIPS vs. voltage between the dsPIC30F6010A and
dsPIC30F6010 devices.
Some peripheral changes have been made in regards
to specific errata fixes and additional features. No new
peripheral modules have been added.
The dsPIC30F6010 and dsPIC30F6010A devices are
designed using the same process technology. Therefore, the DC and AC electrical specifications are closely
related. Exceptions to this are the Run, Idle and Sleep
currents which should slightly improve. Consult the
data sheets for further information.
Low-Voltage Detect (LVD) – This module is not
available on the dsPIC6010A device.
Motor Control Pulse-Width Modulation (MCPWM) – An
additional control bit has been added to the module to
allow additional functionality. The Immediate Update
Enable (IUE) control bit is added to the PWMCON2
SFR. Refer to the “dsPIC30F Family Reference
Manual” (DS70046) for additional details.
TABLE 1:
OPERATING MIPS VS. VOLTAGE CHARACTERISTICS
VDD
Temp.
Range (V) Range (°C) dsPIC30F6010A-30I
Maximum MIPS
dsPIC30F6010-30I
dsPIC30F6010A-20E
dsPIC30F6010-20E
4.5-5.5
-40 to +85
30
30
—
—
4.5-5.5
-40 to +125
—
—
20
20
3.0 to 3.6
-40 to +85
20
15
—
—
3.0 to 3.6
-40 to +125
—
—
15
10
2.5 to 3.0
-40 to +85
10
7.5
—
—
DS70174B-page 2
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dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A
PACKAGE MIGRATION
CONSIDERATIONS
MPLAB ICE 4000 supports the dsPIC30F601XA
devices, however the operation of the MPLAB ICE
4000 tool is limited to dsPIC30F6010 functional
operation, including all device errata listed in DS80195.
The dsPIC30F6010 device is available in a 14mm x
14mm TQFP package. The dsPIC30F6010A device is
available in the same 14mm x 14mm package, as well
as a 12mm x 12mm package that offers additional
space savings in the customer’s board.
A Plug-In-Module (PIM) (MA30015) is available for the
dsPIC30F6010A device. This PIM can replace the
MA300013 PIM containing the dsPIC30F6010 device.
The dsPIC30F6010A is supported by all development
boards that support the dsPIC30F6010 device. These
boards include the dsPICDEM™ MC1, dsPICDEM 1.1,
and dsPICDEM 80-pin Starter Development Board.
DEVELOPMENT TOOLS AND
BOARDS
Note:
MPLAB IDE, MPLAB C30, MPLAB ICD 2 and MPLAB
PM3 tools support both the dsPIC30F6010 and
dsPIC30F6010A. See Table 2 below for information on
version support.
TABLE 2:
When using the dsPIC30F6010A device
on the dsPICDEM-MC1 motor control
development board, the user must short
resistors R37 and R40 to ensure reliable
communication with the MPLAB ICD 2
in-circuit debugger.
DEVELOPMENT TOOL DEVICE SUPPORT
Device Support
Development Tools
dsPIC30F6010A
MPLAB®
dsPIC30F6010
IDE
MPLAB IDE 7.21 or later
All current releases
MPLAB C30
MPLAB C30 1.32 or later
MPLAB C30 1.10 and later
MPLAB ICD 2 Programmer/Debugger
Yes
Yes
MPLAB REAL ICE Emulator/Debugger
Yes
Yes
MPLAB PM3 Device Programmer
Yes
Yes
MPLAB ICE 4000
Yes(1)
Yes(1)
Note 1: MPLAB ICE 4000 supports the dsPIC30F601XA devices, however the operation of the MPLAB ICE 4000
tool is limited to dsPIC30F6010 functional operation, including all device errata listed in DS80195.
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dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A
RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE FOR
MIGRATING FROM dsPIC30F6010 TO
dsPIC30F6010A
Follow this process to migrate from the dsPIC30F6010
to the dsPIC30F6010A :
Prepare
1.
Carefully read “dsPIC30F6010A/6015 Rev A2
Silicon Errata” (DS80258) to ensure there is no
errata that will constrain your ability to migrate
from the dsPIC30F6010 to the dsPIC306010A.
Recompile Software
2.
3.
4.
5.
Reconfigure your MPLAB IDE workspace for the
dsPIC30F6010A (MPLAB IDE > Configure >
Select Device > dsPIC30F6010A)
Replace Device Header files and Linker scripts
(default file location c:\Program Files\MPLAB
C30\Support\)
Change Device Configuration bits as appropriate (MPLAB IDE > Configure > Configuration
Bits)
Remove software work arounds in your
dsPIC30F6010 project that are not needed for
dsPIC30F6010A silicon. If necessary, refer to
“dsPIC30F6010 Rev. B1 Silicon Errata”
(DS80182) and “dsPIC30F6010 Rev. B2 Silicon
Errata” (DS80195) to help identify work around
items.
Note:
APPLICATION LIBRARIES
All advanced application libraries developed for the
dsPIC30F6010 device are supported on the
dsPIC30F6010A devices as well.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
The following documents are available on our web site,
www.microchip.com, and are recommended reading:
•
•
•
•
“dsPIC30F6010 Data Sheet” (DS70119)
“dsPIC30F6010A/6015 Data Sheet” (DS70150)
“dsPIC30F Family Reference Manual” (DS70046)
“dsPIC30F6010 Rev. B1 Silicon Errata”
(DS80182)
• “dsPIC30F6010 Rev. B2 Silicon Errata”
(DS80195)
• “dsPIC30F6010A Rev. A2 Silicon Errata”
(DS80258)
To take advantage of new features added
to dsPIC30F6010A devices, refer to
Appendix B. “Device Comparisons” and
Appendix
C.
“Migration
from
dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A” in the
“dsPIC30F6010A/6015
Data
Sheet”
(DS70150).
Set up Hardware
6.
Solder a dsPIC30F6010A Rev. A2 device on
your target board. The pins are compatible with
the dsPIC30F6010, so no board level changes
are required.
Alternatively, use a dsPIC30F6010A PIM
(MA300015)
Test
7.
Run your test programs.
DS70174B-page 4
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dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A
APPENDIX A: REVISION HISTORY
Revision A (March 2006)
Original version of the document.
Revision B (November 2006)
This revision reflects these changes:
• Adds MPLAB REAL ICE In-Circuit Emulator to
development tools
• Adds recommended procedure for migrating from
dsPIC30F6010 to dsPIC30F6010A
• Adds “dsPIC30F6010A Rev. A2 Silicon Errata”
(DS80258) to Reference Documents
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DS70174B-page 5
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NOTES:
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