CY3207-ISSP Kit - User Guide.pdf

CY3207-ISSP
In-System Serial Programming (ISSP) Guide
Doc. # 001-15301 Rev. *E
Cypress Semiconductor
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Contents
1. Introduction
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Functionality.................................................................................................................5
Kit Contents .................................................................................................................5
ISSP Hardware ............................................................................................................6
1.3.1 Top View of ISSP .............................................................................................6
1.3.2 Left Side of ISSP..............................................................................................7
1.3.3 Right Side of ISSP ...........................................................................................7
Document Revision History ........................................................................................8
Document Conventions ...............................................................................................8
2. Software Installation
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
9
Supported Operating Systems.....................................................................................9
CD Installation .............................................................................................................9
2.2.1 Windows 2000/XP CD Installation ...................................................................9
2.2.2 Windows Vista/Windows 7 (32-bit) CD Installation ........................................11
Download Installation.................................................................................................13
Main Screen Operation ..............................................................................................14
3. Using the ISSP
3.1
3.2
5
15
Socket Programming .................................................................................................15
In-System Programming ............................................................................................15
3.2.1 ISSP Cable.....................................................................................................15
3.2.2 Methods .........................................................................................................16
3.2.2.1 In-System – Vdd Stable On .............................................................16
3.2.2.2 In-System – Vdd Rising Edge ..........................................................16
3.2.2.3 In-System – Socket..........................................................................16
3.2.3 Access............................................................................................................17
Standalone Programming ..........................................................................................17
DOS Command Line Controls ...................................................................................18
Tester I/O Connector .................................................................................................19
Tester I/O Signaling ...................................................................................................20
Test Counters ............................................................................................................20
Programming Time ....................................................................................................22
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1.
Introduction
The in-system serial programming (ISSP) programmer programs PSoC® ICs with hex files created
with Cypress’s PSoC Designer™ software.
1.1
Functionality
The programmer programs a PSoC chip mounted on your PCB, one at a time. It connects to your
PCB with a 5-wire cable and to your PC with a USB cable. PDIP devices can be programmed using
the ZIF socket provided on the CY3207-ISSP programmer.
To automate programming operation, incorporate the programmer into a PC-based test system. The
tester software communicates with the programmer-control software through a command line
interface. The ISSP programmer can also be operated manually using the supplied Windows GUI
software.
The ISSP functions are as follows:
■
Program – Programs a hex file into a PSoC device.
■
Verify – Verifies that data in the PSoC device's flash memory matches data in the selected hex
file.
■
Read – Displays data from a PSoC device's flash memory.
■
Flexible Connections to Target PSoC Device – Devices can be inserted directly into ISSP, connected via a test fixture, or programmed in-system on a product circuit board.
For more information on ISSP, see application notes AN2014 Design for In-System Serial Programming (ISSP) and AN2026a In-System Serial Programming (ISSP) Protocol.
1.2
Kit Contents
■
ISSP programmer
■
ISSP software CD-ROM
■
6-foot USB A to B cable
■
2-foot programming cable
■
9-Volt power supply
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1.3
ISSP Hardware
Down the center of the programmer (Figure 1-1) is a graphic showing the orientation of the various
DIP packages; pin 1 down and the package justified to the top of the socket.
The ZIF socket accepts DIP packages directly and surface mount packages via adapter boards. Following is a description of the ISSP buttons and LEDs.
1.3.1
Top View of ISSP
■
The POWER LED indicates that a valid power source is connected
■
The USB ACTIVE LED lights when the USB connection is made
■
The STATUS LED lights after the initialization sequence completes
■
The PROGRAM button starts a programming sequence
■
The PASS and FAIL LEDs report the results of programming and verification sequences
Figure 1-1. Top View of ISSP
Orientation of DIP Packages
Program Button
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1.3.2
Left Side of ISSP
■
9-Volt power connection
■
USB connection
Figure 1-2. Left Side of ISSP
9-Volt Power Input
USB-B Connector
1.3.3
Right Side of ISSP
■
RJ-45 target connector
■
10-pin tester I/O connection
Figure 1-3. Right Side of ISSP
RJ-45 Target Connector
10-Pin Tester I/O Connection
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1.4
Document Revision History
Table 1-1. Revision History
Revision PDF Creation Date
**
*A
*B
*C
*D
*E
1.5
Origin of
Change
Description of Change
Added supported OS, Vista installation instructions, a caution
note for socket programming, a new Standalone Programming
June 14, 2007
YMJ
section in chapter 3, and a new Tester IO Mating Connector
graphic.
Added the In-System Socket section in Chapter 1. Updated all
February 13, 2008
YMJ
the pictures to higher resolution photographs. Updated the pinout
diagram in Chapter 3.
Made changes in Page 15 under the section Standalone ProSeptember 11, 2008 QVR/PYRS
gramming.
Updated CD installation steps (Section 2.2). Added Programming
January 28, 2011
RKPM
Time section
May 30, 2011
RKPM
Added programming time for CY8C22x45 family in Table 3-2.
February 01, 2012
WBZ
Sunset review. No technical updates.
Document Conventions
These conventions are used throughout this guide.
Table 1-2. Documentation Conventions
Convention
Courier New
Size 12
Italics
[bracketed, bold]
Bold  With  Arrows
Bold
NOTE:
CAUTION:
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Usage
Displays file locations and source code:
C:\ …cd\icc\, user entered text.
Displays file names and reference documentation:
sourcefile.hex
Displays keyboard commands in procedures:
[Enter] or [Ctrl] [C]
Represents menu paths:
File  New Project  Clone
Displays commands and selections, and icon names in
procedures:
Click the Debugger icon, and then click Next.
Displays functionality unique to PSoC Designer or the
PSoC device.
Displays cautions that are important to the subject.
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2.
Software Installation
The software can be installed from the CD-ROM included in the box or from the Cypress web site at
http://www.cypress.com.
Refer to the ISSP Programmer 1.999 Release Notes for system requirements. The release notes
can be downloaded from http://www.cypress.com.
2.1
Supported Operating Systems
■
Windows 2000
■
Windows XP
■
Windows Vista (32-bit)
■
Windows 7 (32-bit)
2.2
CD Installation
2.2.1
Windows 2000/XP CD Installation
If the ISSP software has been installed previously, you must run the install program twice. The first
time uninstalls the previous version. The second run installs the new version. To install the ISSP software, perform the following procedure.
1. Place the CD-ROM in the CD drive. The software installer should start automatically.
If the CD-ROM does not run or to run it a second time, browse to My Computer and double-click
the CD-ROM icon labeled CY3207ISSP v1.999 or setup.exe in the root directory of the CD.
2. Select Next to continue with installation.
3. Click Yes to accept the license agreement and proceed with installation.
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Figure 2-1. License Agreement
4. In the next screen, click Next to install necessary program and drivers.
5. The next screen allows you to chose a location where the files will be installed. Click Next to
select the default location. To select a different location, click the Browse button and browse to
the required location; click OK. Click Next to proceed with installation.
Figure 2-2. Select Destination
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6. The next screen allows you to select where program icons are added. Select the required folder
and click Next.
7. A pop-up window displays the message that the driver is unsigned (Figure 2-3).
Select Continue Anyway.
8. Click Finish on the next screen to complete installation.
Figure 2-3. Warning Message for Driver
2.2.2
Windows Vista/Windows 7 (32-bit) CD Installation
Follow these instructions to install the ISSP software on computers running Windows Vista or
Windows 7.
Note ISSP software must be installed and run in Windows 2000 compatibility mode to run in
Windows Vista/7.
Do not install from autorun installer; when installer starts automatically upon CD insertion, cancel the
installation.
1. Browse to My Computer and double-click the CD-ROM icon labeled CY3207ISSP v1.999.
2. Right-click Setup.exe and select Properties.
3. Click the Compatibility tab.
4. Check Run this program in compatibility mode for.
5. Select Windows 2000 from the drop-down menu.
6. Click Apply.
7. Click OK.
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Figure 2-4. Properties Window
8. Double-click Setup.exe and follow the screen prompts (similar to steps 2 to 6 in Windows 2000/
XP CD Installation on page 9).
9. A pop-up appears with the message that the driver is unsigned. Select Install this driver software anyway.
Figure 2-5. Warning Message on Driver
10.Click Finish on the next screen to complete installation.
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11. After installation, browse to C:\Programs Files\Cypress MicroSystems\ISSP\.
12.Right-click issp.exe and select Properties.
Figure 2-6. Right-click issp.exe
13.Click the Compatibility tab. Check Run this program in compatibility mode for.
14.Select Windows 2000 from the drop-down menu.
15.Click Apply.
16.Click OK.
2.3
Download Installation
To download CY3207-ISSP v1.999, follow this procedure:
1. Go to http://www.cypress.com.
2. Search for 'In-System Serial Programming'
3. Scroll to 'In-System Serial Programming (ISSP) CY3207ISSP Software v1.999 or the latest version and select it.
4. Click on the download icon and unzip package.
To install the software in Windows 2000/XP, double-click on setup.exe; follow instructions in Windows 2000/XP CD Installation on page 9.
To install the software in Windows Vista/Windows7, follow instructions in Windows Vista/Windows 7
(32-bit) CD Installation on page 11.
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2.4
Main Screen Operation
After you have installed the ISSP software, the main ISSP window is displayed.
Figure 2-7. Main Window after Startup and Connection of ISSP
The system programs the part and reports the result to the appropriate pass or fail LED. The following is a typical usage sequence.
1. Place a part, CY8C26443-24PI, in the ZIF socket.
2. Select the File Load button; browse to the desired hex file and load it.
3. Select Socket in the Programming Location drop-down box.
4. Select a CY8C26443-24PI in the Device Selection drop-down box.
5. Select the Program button.
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3.
Using the ISSP
Programming PSoC ICs with ISSP is versatile using the available options.
3.1
Socket Programming
All packages are supported by the socket programming method. Surface-mount parts require an
adapter. Insert the part to be programmed into the socket on the ISSP programmer. The ISSP supplies power. Execute the following:
1. Select Socket in the Programming Location drop-down box.
2. Select the appropriate part number in the Device Selection drop-down box.
3. Load a hex file.
4. Place a part in the socket and click one of the function buttons; Program, Verify, or Read.
CAUTION: Disconnect the programming cable before socket programming; otherwise, programming the device in the socket may fail.
3.2
In-System Programming
The device to be programmed is installed on a circuit board or held in an external fixture. Vdd power
is supplied by the circuit board or external fixture.
3.2.1
ISSP Cable
Connections to target systems are as follows:
■
Vdd (Vdd sense line)
■
GND (Ground)
■
XRES (external reset)
■
SCLK (serial clock)
■
SDAT (serial data)
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Figure 3-1. Cable Schematic
In-System Serial Programming Cable
(supplied with programmer)
5 Pin
Programming
Connector
8 Pin Modular
Connector
GND
Pin 1
NC
XRES
Pin 1
Vdd
Sclk
Sdat
GND
NC
XRES
Vdd
GND
Sclk
Vdd
Sdat
Vdd
GND
XRES
Sclk
Sdat
5 4 3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
View looking into the ends of the cable
Connector 37-605-3 is female
keyed by Mode Electronics
Burnaby, BC Canada
The connector part shown here is 37-605-3 female keyed by Mode Electronics Ltd. Burnaby, BC,
Canada: http://www.mode-elec.com/.
3.2.2
Methods
There are two ISSP methods. To control programming, one uses the XRES signal and the other
uses the Vdd power-on ramp.
3.2.2.1
In-System – Vdd Stable On
This method is recommended to control the target part. The programmer cycles the XRES high and
begins programming. This method does not work on 8-pin parts because they lack the XRES pin.
3.2.2.2
In-System – Vdd Rising Edge
This method works for all packages. The ISSP takes control of the target part when the Vdd is turned
on. Each function sequence requires a rising edge on the Vdd. The rising edge triggers the start of
the function. When the ISSP is commanded to perform a function, it waits until it senses a rising
edge on Vdd.
The sequence and delay between command and power application are important. The graphical
interface prompts you to apply power when needed and turn it off when complete. The delay for
ISSP software 1.89 and higher is 4.3 seconds.
3.2.2.3
In-System – Socket
In-system programming with current is supplied by the ISSP. This method works for all packages.
The ISSP takes control of the target part when programming is initiated and supplies current to the
device and the target board. In low current mode, the ISSP supplies 5.0 V at about 30 mA. In high
current mode, the ISSP supplies 5.0 V at about 150 mA.
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The programmer supplies power and cycles XRES high, and then begins programming. This method
does not work on devices with an XRES pin. See the product datasheet to verify that the device does
not have an XRES pin.
Current selection is accessed through Action  Change Current. Select 30 mA or 150 mA current.
CAUTION: Measure the current requirement of the target board before programming. If the current exceeds 150 mA, an external power source is required and ISSP modes Vcc Stable On or
Vcc Rising Edge are used.
CAUTION: High currents can damage the ISSP, the device, or both when programming. ISSP
units that are damaged from use in high current mode are not eligible for replacement. Make sure
the 9-V DC power supply is connected and operational before continuing. Failure to use the 9-V
DC power supply can damage the host computer.
3.2.3
Access
The software .exe file runs as a GUI if launched from Windows. If the software is started from a command-line window or directly from another program, it operates in command-line mode.
3.3
Standalone Programming
ISSP software can be used to program supported devices independent (disconnected) of a PC.
Set up the ISSP for Socket or In-Systems Programming mode, as described in Socket Programming
on page 15 and In-System Programming on page 15. Independent read and verify functions are not
available in the standalone mode. However, the program function in the standalone mode includes
verification.
When all parameters are set, programming mode is set, the device is selected, and the hex file is
loaded, disconnect the ISSP from the PC. All the settings are saved into the internal flash memory of
the ISSP.
Power the ISSP by the 9-V power supply. A device can then be placed into the socket, or the ISSP
can be connected via the programming cable to a PCB or fixture.
For socket programming, place a device in the socket and press the white button on top of the ISSP.
The green LED signals a passing programming sequence and the red LED signals a failed programming sequence.
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3.4
DOS Command Line Controls
A DOS batch file called issp.bat included on the CD-ROM is a multifunctional file that can be used to
view the return code from an ISSP call (among other things). Commands can also be typed directly
on the command line.
The following is an ISSP command, followed by a description of each field:
issp [cy8cxxxxx] [example.hex] [-p|-v] [-s|-n]
■
ISSP is the call to the PSoC programmer executable. Precede it with a file path if issp.exe is not
in the current directory.
■
cy8cxxxxx is the device part number you wish to program (upper or lower case).
■
example.hex is the hex file to program into the part or to verify the programmed part against.
Note Ensure that the hex file is available in the directory where issp.exe is located; or add the location of the hex file in the command.
Function options:
■
-p invokes the Program function (one function equals Erase, Program, Verify, and Protect).
■
-v invokes the Verify function.
Location options:
■
-s invokes Socket Programming.
■
-n invokes In-System Vdd Stable On Programming.
Specific command examples:
issp cy8c26443 example.hex -p -s
Programs example.hex into the device in the socket.
issp cy8c26443 example.hex -v -s
issp cy8c26443 example.hex -p -n
Programs example.hex into the device in the system connected by the programming cable. The Vdd
is stable during the whole programming sequence.
These DOS commands return ‘0’ if the function is successful and a negative number if the function
fails.
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3.5
Tester I/O Connector
This connector is used to control the ISSP with logic level signals. The hex file and programming settings are loaded while the USB is connected to the PC. After the USB is disconnected, the ISSP can
be powered by the 9-V supply and controlled through the Tester I/O connector. See Figure 3-2 for a
description of the pins in the Tester I/O connector.
The mating connector for connecting to the ISSP Tester I/O is manufactured by Phoenix Contact.
The part number is 1881406 FK-MC 0.5/10-ST-2.5 and is available from Digi-Key.
Figure 3-2. Tester I/O Connector
Ground
x
x
x
Start Out
Busy
Fail
Pass
Start In (5V Out)
Tester Power (5V In)
Sdat
Vdd
Sclk
GND
Vdd
X-res
NC
GND
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Target connector
Tester I/O connector
Table 3-1. I/O Connector Pinouts
Pin
Name
Type
1
Ground
Input
2
X
N/A
3
X
N/A
4
X
N/A
5
Start Out
Output
6
Busy
Output
Output from ISSP
7
Fail
Output
Output from ISSP
8
Pass
Output
Output from ISSP
9
Start In
Input
User supplies 5 V input signal, see Figure 3-3
10
Tester Power
Input
User supplies high logic voltage (5 V)
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User connects to system ground
Output from ISSP
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3.6
Tester I/O Signaling
Connect Pin 1 to the test systems ground. Connect Pin 10 to a DC level equal to the testers logic
high-level output. Pin 10 controls a level shifter between the ISSP and the tester. Figure 3-3 shows
the Tester I/O signals during a programming sequence. The tester drives the “Start in” signal. The
ISSP drives the Pass, Fail, and Busy lines.
Figure 3-3. Tester I/O Signals
Start In
Start Out
Pass
Fail
Busy
3.7
Test Counters
A new feature in ISSP 1.80 and later versions is the ability to automatically keep track of the parts
that are programmed. This feature is only available while the ISSP is connected to the PC via the
USB interface. The total number of parts programmed and the number of parts that passed or failed
is displayed in the window.
Figure 3-4. Text Counters Window
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For additional information, click the Summary button to bring up the following dialog.
Figure 3-5. Summary Dialog Box
This displays the time that the first and last parts were programmed, the part number, hex file, checksum, and pass/fail counts with percentages.
Note that if more than one part number is programmed or if more than one hex file is used, the number of passed and failed parts for each configuration is recorded, but not displayed in this dialog box.
To obtain this detailed data, print the report or save it to a log file. Any information entered in the
Operator, Lot#, or Comment field is included in the printout and the log file.
To reset the counters, click the Save and Reset Counters button from the Summary dialog. The
counters are not reset until the data is saved successfully. To save an intermediate copy of the data
without resetting the counters, select Save and Continue. Clicking OK saves what is entered in the
Operator, Lot#, and Comment fields. This ensures that they are filled the next time the Summary dialog is opened, but the data is not written to the disk or printed. Cancel exits the dialog and discards
any changes made to the Operator, Lot#, or Comment fields.
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3.8
Programming Time
Table 3-2 illustrates the timing characteristics of the CY3207-ISSP Programmer for 4-k, 8-k, 16-k,
and 32-k flash sizes. The devices are tested using Reset acquire mode with external power. A program time includes Acquire, Erase, Write, and Verify operations.
Table 3-2. Program Time
Family
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Flash Size (k)
Program Time (s)
Standalone
GUI
CY8C24x23A
4
7.7
8.5
CY8C21x45
8
10.3
12.3
CY8C21x23
4
7.7
8.8
CY8C21x34
8
9.9
10.4
CY8C22x45
16
23.6
20.1
CY8C24x94
16
19.3
23.4
CY8C27x43
16
12.0
13.5
CY8C29x66
32
39.3
46.0
CY8CTMA3xxE
16
6.4
12.6
CY8CTMA3xxE
32
12.5
23.0
CY8C20xx6
8
9.0
7.1
CY8C20xx6
16
13.4
15.2
CY8C20xx6
32
25.6
28.0
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