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F²MC-8FX Family MB95350L Series I2C Slave Module API
Associated Part Family: MB95350L Series
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This Application Note introduces API for I C slave module.
Contents
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Introduction ..................................................................1
Description of I2C Slave Protocol ................................1
2.1 I2C Slave Start ....................................................2
2.2 I2C Slave Address ..............................................2
2.3 I2C Slave Acknowledge ......................................2
2.4 I2C Slave Data ....................................................3
2.5 I2C Slave Stop ....................................................3
MB95350L I2C Slave Registers ...................................3
I2C Slave Library Functions List ..................................4
I2C Slave Function Detail ............................................5
5.1 SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter Function ...................5
5.2 INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp Function ...........6
5.3 Write_StandBy Function .....................................6
Usage Demo................................................................7
6.1 Hardware Design ................................................ 7
6.2 Steps for Add I2C Slave Library .......................... 8
6.3 I2C Slave Feed Back ........................................ 10
7 Debug ........................................................................ 11
8 I2C Slave Sample Code ............................................ 13
9 Additional Information ................................................ 15
Document History............................................................ 16
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Introduction
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This document introduces API for I C slave module.
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In MB95350L MCU there is an I C slave module which can transfer data to/receive data from other I C master device
synchronously. In following chapters we should describes how to use the module and its’ libraries.
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Description of I2C Slave Protocol
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This chapter introduces protocol of I C slave module.
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I C slave module is mainly used to receive data from I2C master module and feedback data to I C master module.
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The C slave has SDA and SCL two lines.
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I C slave module use the same bus with I C master. The slave SCL generates signal when I2C slave received I C
master call flag (slave address matches with master send address). The slave data register read data on SDA and
give acknowledge when address matched or data received.
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Following figure describes the I C protocol.
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Figure 2-1. I C Protocol
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2.1
I2C Slave Start
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When I C slave detected start signal, I C slave will begin to receive address from master. Following figure describes
the start condition.
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Figure 2-2. I C Start Condition
2.2
I2C Slave Address
MB95350L has a register IAAR0 (IAAR1) which saved the MCU address. User can define the address by write data
to this register. Following figure describes the address form.
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Figure 2-3. I C Slave Address
Unuse
Note: Writing address to address register IAAR0 (IAAR1) only needs write the 7bit address and the bit7 will be
ignored.
2.3
I2C Slave Acknowledge
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There are two conditions which the I C slave will generate acknowledge. One is the slave received the address which
matches with the MCU address. Another is the salve finished 8-bit data receiving. Following figure describes the
acknowledge form.
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Figure 2-4. I C Slave Acknowledge
2.4
I2C Slave Data
In MB95350L MCU the register IDDR0 (IDDR1) is used to save the data. The data is transmitted by SDA and when
master transmit bit7 first, then the slave received the first data is bit7.
2.5
I2C Slave Stop
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The I C slave will stop the bus when detected stop signal which sent by master. So the slave device does not need
generate stop, it just need detect the master stop signal.
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MB95350L I2C Slave Registers
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This chapter describes MB95350 I C slave register.
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There are two I C channels in MB95350L and each channel can be operated singly. Each channel has sixth
registers. Following table describes these registers.
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Table 3-1. I C Registers
Register
I2C Channel 0
I2C Channel 1
Description
IBCR00
Bus control register 0
IBCR10
Bus control register 1
IBSR0
Bus status register
IDDR0
I2C data register
IAAR0
I2C address register
ICCR0
Clock control register
IBCR01
Bus control register 0
IBCR11
Bus control register 1
IBSR1
Bus status register
IDDR1
I2C data register
IAAR1
I2C address register
ICCR1
Clock control register
Note: the operation method of channel0 register is same as channel1
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Following figure describes the work condition of I C slave.
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Figure 3-1. I C Slave Work Condition
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I2C Slave Library Functions List
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This chapter introduces all functions in I C slave library in project I2C Slave.prj which MCU is MB95350L.
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Table 4-1 lists the I C slave functions.
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Table 4-1. I C Slave Functions
Function name
Description
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void SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter(void)
Initializes I C slave module and sets MCU address
__interrupt void INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp(void)
Waking up interrupt to read the I2C SDA data
void Write_StandBy(void)
Sets system enter into standby
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Following flow chart roughly describes the FW design.
Figure 4-1. FW Flow Chart
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I2C Slave Function Detail
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This chapter introduces the detail of I C slave functions.
5.1
SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter Function
Table 5- describes Slave I2C_PrepareForInter function.
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Table 5-1. SlaveI C_PrepareForInter Function
Function name
SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter
Function prototype
Void SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter(void)
Behavior description
Initializes I2C slave module and start slave mode
Input parameter
None
Return value
None
Example
The library function sets I2C slave clock to 115K, MCU address to 0x60, enable
I2C slave pin, enable transfer complete interrupt and enable acknowledge:
SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter ();
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5.2
INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp Function
Table 5- describes INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp function.
Table 5-2. INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp Function
Function name
5.3
INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp
Function prototype
__interrupt void INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp(void)
Behavior description
Interrupt when start signal or 8-bit data transfer completely
Input parameter
None
Return value
None
Interrupt level
IRQ10: 8/16-bit PPG ch1 (upper) | I2C ch1 or
IRQ16: I2C ch0
Example
Used in vectors file:
__interrupt void INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp(void);
Write_StandBy Function
Table 5- describes Write_StandBy function.
Table 5-3. Write_StandBy Function
Function name
Write_StandBy
Function prototype
void Write_StandBy(void)
Behavior description
Makes system enter into stop mode
Input parameter
None
Return value
None
Example
Used in main function:
Write_StandBy();
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Usage Demo
This chapter describes something we must pay attention to when we use.
6.1
Hardware Design
For hardware design the following figure may be referenced.
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Figure 6-1. I C Hardware Design
Following figure describes the RS and RP resistance definition
Figure 6-2. RS and RP Definition
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6.2
Steps for Add I2C Slave Library
When use this project please refer to following steps.
1. First step is adding file to folder, Figure 6-3 describes this step.
Figure 6-3. Library Use First Step
2. Second step is adding function to project, Figure 6-4 describes this step
Figure 6-4. Library Use Second Step
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3. Third step is adding initial function to main.c, Figure 6-5 describes this step.
Figure 6-5. Library Use Third Step
4. Fourth step is adding interrupt function to vector.c, Figure 6-6 describes this step.
Figure 6-6. Library Use Fourth Step
5. Fifth step is adding Write_StandBy function to main.c, Figure 6-7 describes this step.
Figure 6-7. Library Use Fifth Step
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6. The sixth step is debugging, before debugging set a environment is first, Figure 6-8 describes this step.
Figure 6-8. Library Use Sixth Step
The emulator use MB2146-08, for more condition please refers to chapter 7.
6.3
I2C Slave Feed Back
When master device read I2C slave, the MCU will feed back 0x01 to master for indicate the slave feedback is work
successfully.
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Debug
This chapter describes how to debug the sample code on EV-board and what will happen when the code is running.
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There is a simple project I C Slave.prj to be debugging. This project is based on our EV-board MB2146-460-E and
the target MCU is MB95350L.
When debugging, the hardware connects please reference to Figure 7-1. For test board connects following figure
maybe referred.
Figure 7-1. Test Board Connect
Main
board
Up
board
During up board potentiometer section is same as main board, pressing up board “send” key the main board LED7
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will light on which indicates the I C slave function work successfully. And in project the global parameter
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DatSlavI2CRead record the I C slave received data.
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Figure 7-2. Debugging Description
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I2C Slave Sample Code
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This chapter describes MB95350L I C slave C code.
Figure 8-1 describes the SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter function.
Figure 8-1. SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter Code
SYSC = 0x05;
ICCR1_EN = 0;
ILSR_P16 = 1;
ILSR_P17 = 1;
DDR1_P16 = 0;
DDR1_P17 = 0;
ICCR1_EN = 0;
ICCR1_CS4 = 0;
ICCR1_CS3 = 1;
ICCR1_CS2 = 0;
ICCR1_CS1 = 0;
ICCR1_CS0 = 0;
//enable SDA1 and SCL1
//CMOS level
// clear I2C interface
// set clock divider 'm' => 6
// set clock divider 'n' => 4
// FSCK = MCLK / (m * n +2) => 3MHz/(6*4
+2)
ICCR1_EN = 1;
IDDR1 = 0x00;
IBCR01 = 0x05;
//= 3MHz/26 = 115 kHz
// enable I2C interface
// clear data register
// enable address acknowledge bit,
// transfer completion interrupt after
nine cycles,
IBCR11 = 0x4e;
// enable stop detection interrupt
// set slave mode, enable data acknowledge
bit,
// enable bus error and transfer complete
interrupt
IAAR1 = 0x30;
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// slave address 0X60
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Figure 8-2 describes the INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp function.
Figure 8-2. INTER_I2CSlaveModeWakeUp Code
IBCR01_WUE = 0;
if (IBCR01_SPF == 0x01)
IBCR01_SPF = 0x00;
//disable i2c wake up interrupt
// stop condition detected
// clear stop condition
if (IBCR11_INT == 0x01)
// transfer completed
{
ReaDat = IDDR1;
Tim ++;
if(Tim == 1)
{
ReaDat &= 0x01;
if(ReaDat == 0x01)
IDDR1 = 0X01;
//IDDR1 =
PraGlo.DatSlavI2CRead;
}
else if(Tim == 2)
{
Tim = 0;
DatSlavI2CRead = ReaDat;
//read I2C SDA
data
DDR0_P05 = 1;
PDR0_P05 = 0;
}
IBCR11_INT = 0x00;
// clear bit
}
if(IBCR11_BER == 0x01)
IBCR11_BER = 0x00;
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// bus error detected
// bit cleared
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Figure 8-3 describes the Write_StandBy function.
Figure 8-3. Write_StandBy Code
SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter();
IBCR01_WUE = 1;
while(IBSR1_BB);
STBC = 0x80;
//enable i2c wake up//
//Stop ENTERED
Figure 8-4 describes the main function.
Figure 8-4. Main Function Code
InitIrqLevels(); // initialise Interrupt level register and IRQ
vector table
__EI();
SlaveI2C_PrepareForInter();
while(1)
{
Write_StandBy();
}
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Additional Information
For more information about how to use MB95350L EV-board, BGM Adaptor and SOFTUNE, please refer to EV-Board
MB2146-460-E User Manual (MCU-AN-500083-E-10).
Please visit following website for more information on MB2146-460-E EV Board:
http://www.cypress.com/documentation/development-kitsboards/mb2146-460-e
Please contact your local support team for any technical question.
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Document History
Document Title: AN205072 - F²MC-8FX Family MB95350L Series I2C Slave Module API
Document Number: 002-05072
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