DEMO9S08LG32 User Guide

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DEMO9S08LG32
Demonstration Board for Freescale MC9S08LG32
Microcontroller
USER GUIDE
Web Site: www.axman.com
Support: [email protected]
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CONTENTS
CAUTIONARY NOTES ..............................................................................................................5
TERMINOLOGY.........................................................................................................................5
FEATURES ................................................................................................................................6
REFERENCES ...........................................................................................................................7
MEMORY MAP ..........................................................................................................................7
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT...................................................................................................7
DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT ......................................................................................................8
INTEGRATED BDM .............................................................................................................. 8
USB-BDM OPTION HEADERS ......................................................................................... 8
BDM_PORT HEADER........................................................................................................... 8
POWER ......................................................................................................................................9
POWER SELECT .................................................................................................................. 9
PWR_SEL ......................................................................................................................... 9
VX_EN............................................................................................................................. 10
RESET SWITCH ......................................................................................................................11
LOW VOLTAGE RESET ..........................................................................................................11
TIMING .....................................................................................................................................11
COMMUNICATIONS ................................................................................................................11
USB SERIAL LINK .............................................................................................................. 11
RS-232 ................................................................................................................................ 12
COM CONNECTOR ........................................................................................................ 12
COM_SEL ....................................................................................................................... 12
LCD ..........................................................................................................................................13
CONTRAST......................................................................................................................... 13
USER I/O..................................................................................................................................14
BUZZER .............................................................................................................................. 14
POTENTIOMETER.............................................................................................................. 15
USER LED’S ....................................................................................................................... 15
PUSHBUTTON SWITCHES ................................................................................................ 16
MCU I/O PORT.........................................................................................................................17
LCD ENABLE OPTION HEADER............................................................................................18
APPENDIX A............................................................................................................................20
SCHEMATIC ....................................................................................................................... 20
APPENDIX B............................................................................................................................22
BILL OF MATERIAL ............................................................................................................ 22
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FIGURES
Figure 1: Memory Map................................................................................................................7 Figure 2: JP1 Option Header ......................................................................................................8 Figure 3: BDM_PORT Header....................................................................................................9 Figure 4: V_SEL Option Header .................................................................................................9 Figure 5: VX_EN Option Header ..............................................................................................10 Figure 6: COM Connections .....................................................................................................12 Figure 7: COM1 Connector.......................................................................................................12 Figure 8: COM_SEL Option......................................................................................................13 Figure 9: VLL3_SEL Option Header .........................................................................................14 Figure 10: BUZ Option Header .................................................................................................14 Figure 11: ADC Option Header.................................................................................................15 Figure 12: User1 Option Header...............................................................................................15 Figure 13: User2 Option Header...............................................................................................16 Figure 14: MCU I/O PORT – J1................................................................................................17 Figure 15: LCD Enable Option Header – JP1...........................................................................19 REVISION
Date
Rev
Comments
November 21, 2008
A
December 02, 2008
B
February 24, 2009
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Initial Release
Updated DEMO9S08LG32 connector pins, features, MCU I/O port,
and demonstration board diagram.
Minor updates to format and corrections to content. Added Notes and
Caution boxes
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CAUTIONARY NOTES
1) Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) prevention measures should be used when handling this
product. ESD damage is not a warranty repair item.
2) Axiom Manufacturing does not assume any liability arising out of the application or use of
any product or circuit described herein; neither does it convey any license under patent
rights or the rights of others.
3) EMC Information on the DEMO9S08LG32 board:
a) This product as shipped from the factory with associated power supplies and cables,
has been verified to meet with requirements of CE and the FCC as a CLASS A product.
b) This product is designed and intended for use as a development platform for hardware
or software in an educational or professional laboratory.
c) In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate prevention measures.
d) Attaching additional wiring to this product or modifying the products operation from the
factory default as shipped may effect its performance and cause interference with
nearby electronic equipment. If such interference is detected, suitable mitigating
measures should be taken.
TERMINOLOGY
This development module utilizes option select jumpers to configure default board operation.
Terminology for application of the option jumpers is as follows:
Jumper – a plastic shunt that connects 2 terminals electrically
Jumper on, in, or installed = jumper is a plastic shunt that fits across 2 pins and the shunt is
installed so that the 2 pins are connected with the shunt.
Jumper off, out, or idle = jumper or shunt is installed so that only 1 pin holds the shunt, no 2
pins are connected, or jumper is removed. It is recommended that the jumpers be placed
idle by installing on 1 pin so they will not be lost.
Cut-Trace – a circuit trace connection between component pads. The circuit trace may be
cut using a knife to break the default connection. To reconnect the circuit, simply install a
suitably sized 0-ohm resistor or attach a wire across the pads.
Signal names followed by an asterisk (*) denote active-low signals.
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FEATURES
The DEMO9S08LG32 is a demonstration board for the MC9S08LG32 microcontroller.
Application development is quick and easy with the integrated USB-BDM, sample software
tools, and examples. An optional BDM_PORT port is also provided to allow use of a
BDM_PORT cable. One, 80-pin connector provides access to all IO signals on the target
MCU.
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MC9S08LG32, 80 LQFP
• 32K Bytes Flash
• 2K Bytes RAM
• Internal Oscillator
On-Board 4x40 Custom LCD Glass
Integrated P&E USB-BDM
BDM_PORT header for BDM cable support
MCU_PORT pin header for access to MCU IO signals
On-board +5V regulator
Optional Power from USB-BDM or MCU_PORT connector
Power Input Selection Jumpers
• Power input from USB-BDM
• Power input from on-board regulator
• Power input from Connector J1
• Optional Power output through Connector J1
User Components Provided
• 10 Push Switches; 8 User, 1 Reset, 1 IRQ
• 12 LED Indicators; 8 User, VDD, IRQ, USB, and reset
• 5K ohm POT w /LP Filter for ADC input
• LCD Glass Contrast POT
• 2.3kHz Piezo Buzzer
User Option Jumpers to disconnect Peripherals
User Option Jumpers to disconnect LCD Signals
Connectors
• 80-pin MCU I/O Pin Header
• 2.0mm Barrel Connector
• BDM_PORT Connector for External BDM Cable
• USB Connector
• DB9 Connector (not installed)
Specifications:
Board Size 5.5” x 4.5”
NOTE:
Manual LCD contrast control requires +12V power input at VIN barrel
connector.
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REFERENCES
Reference documents are provided on the Axiom Support web site Acrobat Reader format.
These documents may be accessed at www.axman.com/support.
DEMO9S08LG32_UG.pdf
DEMO9S08LG32 _SCH_A.pdf
DEMO9S08LG32_Silk_A.pdf
AppsDemo.s19
DEMO9S08LG32 User Guide (this document)
DEMO9S08LG32 Schematic Rev. A
DEMO9S08LG32 Top Silk, Rev A
CodeWarrior LCD Demo Program Object Code
MEMORY MAP
The table below shows the default memory map for the MC9S08LG32 immediately out of
reset. Refer to the MC9S08LG32 Data Sheet (DS) for further information.
Figure 1: Memory Map
$0000 $005F
$0060 $081F
$0820 $085C
$0860 $17FF
$1800 $187A
$187B $7FFF
$8000 $BFFF
$C000 $FFFF
Direct Page
Registers
RAM
1980 Bytes
LCD Registers
Unimplemented
High Page Registers
Unimplemented
FLASH A
FLASH B
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Software development requires the use of a compiler or an assembler supporting the HCS08
instruction set and a host PC operating a debug interface. CodeWarrior Development Studio
for Microcontrollers is supplied with this board for application development and debug. Refer
to the supporting CodeWarrior documentation for details on use and capabilities.
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DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT
Application development and debug for the target MC9S08LG32 is supported through the
background debug mode (BDM) interface. The BDM interface consists of an integrated USBMultilink BDM and a 6-pin interface header (BDM_PORT). The BDM_PORT header allows
connecting a HCS12/HCS08 BDM cable.
Integrated BDM
The DEMO9S08LG32 board features an integrated USB-Multilink BDM from P&E
Microcomputer Systems. The integrated USB-Multilink BDM supports application development
and debugging via background debug mode. All necessary signals are provided by the
integrated USB-Multilink BDM. A USB, type B, connector provides connection from the target
board to the host PC.
The integrated USB-Multilink BDM provides power and ground to the target board eliminating
the need to power the board externally. Power from the USB-Multilink BDM is derived from the
USB bus; therefore, total current consumption for the target board, and connected circuitry,
must not exceed 500mA. This current limit describes the current supplied by the USB cable
to the BDM circuit, the target board, and any connected circuitry. Excessive current drain will
violate the USB specification causing the bus to disconnect. Damage to the host PC USB hub
or the target board may result.
USB-BDM OPTION Headers
Option header JP2 connects two timer channels to the USB-BDM to facilitate the Signal
Analyzer functionality. Installing an option jumper shunt enables the selected timer channel to
the BDM circuitry.
Figure 2: JP1 Option Header
DATA1
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DATA2
TPM2CH4 input to Signal Analyzer
TPM2CH3 input to Signal Analyzer
BDM_PORT Header
A compatible HCS12 BDM cable may also attach to the 6-pin BDM interface header
(BDM_PORT). Figure 3 below shows the pin-out for the BDM_PORT header.
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Figure 3: BDM_PORT Header
BKGD
1 2 GND
3 4 RESET*
5 6 VDD
Refer to MC9S08LG32 Reference
Manual for complete details
POWER
The DEMO9S08LG32 uses several methods to apply power to the board. An option header
allows selection between the various power inputs. For application development and debug,
the board may be powered from the USB BDM. The 2.0mm, center-positive, barrel connector
(VIN) supports stand-alone operation and higher power requirements. Power may also be
applied to connector J1 or the board may be configured to supply power from connector J1 to
external circuitry.
CAUTION:
Damage to the board may result if voltages greater than +5.5V are applied
at the connector J1 input.
POWER SELECT
Power may be applied to the board through the integrated USB-Multilink BDM circuitry, a
2.0mm barrel connector, or through connector J1. Power selection is achieved using 2
selection headers: the PWE_SEL option header and the VX_EN option header.
PWR_SEL
The PWR_SEL option header allows the user to select power input either from either an
external power source connected to the VIN connector or from the integrated USB-BDM.
Figure 4 below details the PWR_SEL header connections.
VR1
VB
Figure 4: V_SEL Option Header
PWR_SEL
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Enable power to board from external power supply
PWR_SEL
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Enable power to board from Integrated USB-BDM
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CAUTION:
Total power from the USB-BDM is limited to 500 mA. Exceeding this limit
violates the USB specification and will cause the USB bus to disconnect.
Damage to the target board and the host PC may result.
Power from the integrated BDM is drawn from the USB bus and is limited to 500 mA. This
current limit accounts for the total current supplied over the USB cable to the BDM circuit, the
target board, and any connected circuitry. Current drain in excess of 500 mA will violate the
USB specification and will cause the USB bus to disconnect. This will cause the board to
exhibit power cycling where the board appears to turn-on then off continually. Damage to the
host PC or the target board may also result.
Power input to the VIN barrel connector should not exceed +12V. LCD contrast is connected
directly to the VIN power input.
CAUTION:
Voltage input exceeding +12V applied to VIN may damage the target board
VX_EN
The VX_EN option header is a 2-pin jumper that connects or disconnects input J1-1 directly to
the target board voltage rail. J1-3 connects directly to the target board ground plane. Use of
this feature requires a regulated input power source. This power input is decoupled to
minimize noise but is not regulated or protected. Care should be exercised when using this
feature; no protection is applied on this input and damage to the target board may result if
excessive voltage is applied. Also, do not attempt to power the target board through this
connector while also applying power through the USB-Multilink BDM or the PWR connector;
damage to the board may result.
Power may also be sourced to off-board circuitry through the J1 connector. The current
supplied from the USB bus or the on-board regulator limits current available to external
circuitry. Excessive current drain may damage the target board, the host PC USB hub, or the
on-board regulator. The figure below details the VX_EN header connections.
Figure 5: VX_EN Option Header
ON
Enabled
OFF
Disabled
VX_EN
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CAUTION:
Do not exceed available current from USB-BDM or on-board regulator when
sourcing power through connector J1 to external circuitry.
RESET SWITCH
The RESET switch applies an asynchronous RESET to the MCU. The RESET switch is
connected directly to the RESET* input on the MCU. Pressing the RESET switch applies a
low voltage level to the RESET* input. A pull-up bias resistor allows normal MCU operation.
Shunt capacitance ensures an adequate input pulse width.
LOW VOLTAGE RESET
The MC9S08LG32 utilizes an internal Low Voltage Detect (LVD) circuit. The LVD holds the
MCU in reset until applied voltage reaches an appropriate level. The LVD also protect against
under-voltage conditions. Consult the MC9S08LG32 reference manual for details LVD
operation.
TIMING
The DEMO9S08LG32 internal timing source is active from RESET by default. An external 32
kHz XTAL oscillator, configured for low-power operation, is also provided. Refer to the
MC9S08LG32 Reference Manual for details on configuring the selected timing source.
COMMUNICATIONS
The DEMO9S08LG32 supports serial communications through the integrated USB-BDM and
an on-board, low-voltage, RS-232 transceiver. The COM_SEL header selects the serial path
applied. The 9-pin, D-Sub, connector at COM1 is not installed in default configurations.
USB SERIAL LINK
The integrated USB-BDM provides a serial link from the target MCU to the host PC through the
host application. Refer to the P&E Multilink documentation for further details.
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RS-232
An RS-232 translator provides RS-232 to TTL/CMOS logic level translation on the COM
connector. The COM connector is a 9-pin Dsub, right-angle connector. A ferrite bead on
shield ground provides conducted immunity protection. Communication signals TXD1 and
RXD1 are routed from the transceiver to the MCU. Hardware flow control signals RTS and
CTS are available on the logic side of the transceiver. These signals are routed to vias located
near the transceiver.
RTS has been biased properly to support 2-wire RS-232
communications.
Figure 6: COM Connections
MCU Port
COM Signal
PTI1/TMRCLK/TX2
PTI0/RX2
TXD
RXD
I/O PORT
CONNECTOR
J1-5
J1-7
COM Connector
A standard 9-pin Dsub connector provides external connections for the SCI0 port. The Dsub
shell is connected to board ground through a ferrite bead. The ferrite bead provides noise
isolation on the RS-232 connection. The figure below details the DB9 connector.
Figure 7: COM1 Connector
4, 6
TXD
RXD
1, 6
GND
1
2
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4
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6
7
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9
1, 4
RTS
CTS
NC
Female DB9 connector that interfaces to the MCU internal SCI0 serial
port via the RS232 transceiver. Flow control is provided at test points on
the board.
Pins 1, 4, and 6 are connected together.
NOTE: The COM1 connector is not installed in default configurations.
COM_SEL
The COM_SEL option header connects the MCU SCI port to either the SCI PHY or the USBBDM connection. Figure 8 below shows the option jumper configuration for the COM_SEL
option header.
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Figure 8: COM_SEL Option
COM_SEL
COM •
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Enable UART COM to on-board SCI PHY and DB-9 connector
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BDM •
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COM_SEL
COM •
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Enable UART COM to integrated USB-BDM connector
BDM •
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NOTE: The silkscreen marking for the COM_SEL header is incorrect on Rev A boards. The
RXD position enables COM through the DB9 connector while the TXD position enables
COM through the integrated USB-BDM.
LCD
The DEMO9S08LG32 provides a 4 x 40 custom LCD glass connected directly to the target
MCU. Refer to the MC9S08LG32 Reference Manual for details on use and configuration.
A row of option jumpers located below the LCD module allows each LCD signal to be
disconnected from the associated LCD input. This allows multiplexed signal functionality to be
used without affecting the LCD module.
The LCD Enable Option Header allows the user to disable any LCD signal to the LCD. This
allows any signal to be used for a multiplexed function with out affecting the LCD. Figure 15,
at the end of this document, shows the relation between target MCU signals and LCD glass
pins through the JP1 option header. Installing a shunt at any position enables the LCD signal
to the LCD. Removing a shunt at any position disconnects the LCD signal from the LCD.
Contrast
LCD contrast control is controlled by the VLL3_SEL option header. This option header applies
either fixed or variable LCD contrast. Variable contrast control requires the target board be
powered from an external +12V power supply connected to VIN.
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RV1
Figure 9: VLL3_SEL Option Header
Enable variable LCD Contrast Control
FIX
RV1
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VLL3_SEL
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VLL3_SEL
Set fixed contrast control
NOTE: Silkscreen on VLL3_SEL is incorrect. The RV1 selection actually connects to the
CONTRAST POT and not the RV1 POT.
NOTE: Use of variable Contrast Control requires that +12V input be applied at VIN connector.
NOTE: VLL3_SEL must be set to FIX if target board is powered from integrated USB-BDM.
CAUTION
Voltage input at VIN greater than +12V may damage the target board.
USER I/O
User I/O includes 2 potentiometer, 8 push button switches, and 8 green LEDs, and 1 piezo
buzzer for user I/O. The User1, User2, and Buz option header blocks enable or disable each
User I/O function individually.
Buzzer
The DEMO9S08LG32 target board provides an externally modulated piezo-buzzer for audible
applications. A push-pull drive circuit allows the target MCU to easily drive the buzzer at a
center frequency of 2300 Hz. Figure 10 below shows the USER enable position and
associated signal for the buzzer.
Figure 10: BUZ Option Header
PTF3/TPM2CH5
ON
Enabled
BUZ
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Potentiometer
The DEMO9S08LG32 target board provides a 5K ohm potentiometer (POT) to simulate analog
input. The POT is decoupled to minimize noise during adjustment. The POT is selectively
assignable to ADC6 or ADC7 by the ADC option header.
The ADC option header also controls POT configuration. The POT may be configured as a
variable pull-down resistance or may be connected to VDDA as a variable voltage input.
Figure 11 below shows the ADC option header selections.
Figure 11: ADC Option Header
ADC
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PTH0
PTH1
VDDA
Signal
PTH0/KBI5/ADC6
PTH1/KBI6/ADC7
VDDA
ON
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
OFF
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
CAUTION
While using pushbuttons KBI5 or KBI6 in end-user applications, the option
jumper at PTH0 and, or, PTH1 should be removed. Pressing pushbutton
KBI5 with option jumper installed at PTH0; or, pressing pushbutton KBI6
with option jumper installed at PTH1 will cause a target board POR.
User LED’s
The DEMO9S08LG32 target board provides 8, green, LEDs for output indication. Each LED is
configured for active-low operation. A series, current-limit resistor prevents excessive diode
current. Figure 12 below shows the USER1 enable position and associated signal for each
LED.
Figure 12: User1 Option Header
T1C0
T1C1
T2C0
T2C1
T2C2
T2C3
T2C4
T2C5
USER2
• • 1
• • 2
• • 3
• • 4
• • 5
• • 6
• • 7
• • 8
Signal
PTH5/TPM1CH0
PTH4/TPM1CH1
PTI5/TMP2CH0
PTI4/TPM2CH1
PTI3/TPM2CH2
PTF5/TMP2CH3
PTF4/TPM2CH4
PTF3/TPM2CH5
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ON
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
OFF
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
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CAUTION
While using pushbuttons KBI5 or KBI6 in end-user applications, the option
jumper at PTH0 and, or, PTH1 should be removed. Pressing pushbutton
KBI5 with option jumper installed at PTH0; or, pressing pushbutton KBI6
with option jumper installed at PTH1 will cause a target board POR.
Pushbutton Switches
The DEMO9S08LG32 provides 8 push-button switches for user input. Each push-button
switch is configured for active-low operation. No bias is applied to these push-button inputs.
Use of target MCU internal pull-ups is required for proper operation. Figure 13 below shows
the USER2 enable position and associated signal for each user switch.
Figure 13: User2 Option Header
USER1
• • KBI1
• • KBI2
• • KBI3
• • KBI4
• • KBI5
• • KBI6
• • KBI7
• • KBI8
Signal
PTH6/KBI1
PTH7/KBI2
PTH4/KBI3
PTF0/KBI4
PTH0/KBI5
PTH1/KBI6
PTH2/KBI7
PTH3/KBI8
ON
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
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OFF
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
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MCU I/O PORT
The MCU I/O PORT connector provides access to the MC9S08LG32 I/O signals. Figure 14
below show the pin-out for the MCU I/O connector.
Figure 14: MCU I/O PORT – J1
VDD
VSS
PTI1/TMRCLK/TX2
PTI0/RX2
PTH5/TX1/KBI4/TPM1CH0/ADC11
PTH4/RX1/KBI3/TPM1CH1/ADC10
PTH7/KBI2/TPM2CH4
PTH6/TPM2CH5/KBI1/ADC15
PTI3/TPM2CH2/MOSI
PTI2/TPM2CH3/MISO
PTI4/TPM2CH1/SDA/SPSCK
PTI5/TPM2CH0/SCL/SS*
PTF6/XTAL
PTF7/EXTAL
PTD0/LCD0
PTD1/LCD1
PTD2/LCD2
PTD3/LCD3
PTD4/LCD4
PTD5/LCD5
PTD6/LCD6
PTD7/LCD7
PTE0/LCD8
PTE1/LCD9
PTE2/LCD10
PTE3/LCD11
PTB3/LCD32
PTB2/LCD31
PTB6/LCD39
PTB4/LCD37
PTE4/LCD12
PTE5/LCD13
PTE6/LCD14
PTE7/LCD15
PTC4/LCD20
PTC3/LCD19
VDDA/VREFH
VSSA/VREFL
VLL3
VSS
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PTF2/SPSCK/TPM1CH1/IRQ/ADC14
PTC6/RESET*
PTC5/BKGD/MS
PTA7/TCLK/ADC5/LCD28
PTH2/KBI7/ADC8
PTA6/KBI8/TPM2CH1/ADC4/LCD27
PTA5/KBI7/TPM2CH0/ADC3/LCD26
PTA4/KBI6/RX2/ADC2/LCD25
PTA3/KBI5/TX2/ADC1/LCD24
PTA0/LCD21
PTH0/KBI5/ADC6
PTH1/KBI6/ADC7
PTA1/SCL/LCD22
PTA2/SDA/ADC0/LC23
PTH3/KBI8/ADC9
PTF3/SS*/KBI1/TPM2CH5
PTF5/MOSI/KBI3/TMP2CH3
PTF4/MISO/KBI2/TPM2CH4
PTF1_out/RX1/TPM1CH0/ADC13
PTF0/TX1/KBI4/TPM2CH2/ADC12
PTG0/LCD33
PTG1/LCD34
PTG2/LCD35
PTG3/LCD36
PTG4/LCD41
PTG5/LCD42
PTG6/LCD43
PTG7/LCD44
PTB7/LCD40
PTB5/LCD38
PTB1/LCD30
PTB0/LCD29
PTC0/LCD16
PTC1/LCD17
PTC2/LCD18
VCAP1
VCAP2
VLL1
VLL2
VSS
D E M O 9 S 0 8 L G 3 2
U S E R G U I D E
F E B R U A R Y
2 4 ,
2 0 0 9
LCD ENABLE OPTION HEADER
The LCD Enable Option Header allows the user to disable any LCD signal to the LCD. This
allows any signal to be used for a multiplexed function with out affecting the LCD. Figure 15
below shows the relation between target MCU signals and LCD glass pins through the JP1
option header. Installing a shunt at any position enables the LCD signal to the LCD.
Removing a shunt at any position disconnects the LCD signal from the LCD.
18
D E M O 9 S 0 8 L G 3 2
U S E R G U I D E
F E B R U A R Y
Figure 15: LCD Enable Option Header – JP1
MCU
Pin #
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
16
15
6
5
4
3
2
1
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
MCU Signal
LCD Signal
JP1 Pos #
PTB0/LCD29
PTB1/LCD30
PTB4/LCD37
PTB5/LCD38
PTB6/LCD39
PTB7/LCD40
PTB2/LCD31
PTB3/LCD32
PTD0/LCD0
PTD1/LCD1
PTD2/LCD2
PTD3/LCD3
PTD4/LCD4
PTD5/LCD5
PTD6/LCD6
PTD7/LCD7
PTE0/LCD8
PTE1/LCD9
PTE2/LCD10
PTE3/LCD11
PTE4/LCD12
PTE5/LCD13
PTG0/LCD33
PTG1/LCD34
PTG4/LCD41
PTG5/LCD42
PTG6/LCD43
PTE6/LCD14
PTE7/LCD15
PTC0/LCD16
PTC1/LCD17
PTC2/LCD18
PTC3/LCD19
PTC4/LCD20
PTA0/LCD21
PTG2/LCD35
PTG3/LCD36
PTA1 /LCD22
PTA2 /LC23
PTA3 /LCD24
PTA4 /LCD25
PTA5 /LCD26
PTA6 /LCD27
PTA7 /LCD28
LCD29
LCD30
LCD37
LCD38
LCD39
LCD40
LCD31
LCD32
LCD00
LCD01
LCD02
LCD03
LCD04
LCD05
LCD06
LCD07
LCD08
LCD09
LCD10
LCD11
LCD12
LCD13
LCD33
LCD34
LCD41
LCD42
LCD43
LCD14
LCD15
LCD16
LCD17
LCD18
LCD19
LCD20
LCD21
LCD35
LCD36
LCD22
LCD23
LCD24
LCD25
LCD26
LCD27
LCD28
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
19
JP1
Pin
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
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
LCD Pin
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
2 4 ,
2 0 0 9
D E M O 9 S 0 8 L G 3 2
U S E R G U I D E
F E B R U A R Y
APPENDIX A
SCHEMATIC
20
2 4 ,
2 0 0 9
D E M O 9 S 0 8 L G 3 2
U S E R G U I D E
F E B R U A R Y
21
2 4 ,
2 0 0 9
D O C - 0 4 6 9 - 0 1 0 ,
R E V
C
APPENDIX B
Bill of Material
Item
Qty
Title
Detail
Reference(m)
Vendor
Vendor P/N
Mfr
Mfr P/N
1
1
Buzzer-Thru
Mag,2.3Khz,5V
Bz1
Digi-Key
102-1155-ND
CUI Inc
CEM-1206S
2
1
Cap-Cer-Smt(R)
C307
Emtek
MA0603XR103K500
Meritek
MA0603XR103K500
3
21
Cap-Cer-Smt(R)
(0603)
.01uF,50V
(0603) .1uF,16V
C2-C4,C13-C22,C26,C300C304,C308,C311
Emtek
MA0603XR104K160
Meritek
MA0603XR104K160
4
1
Cap-Cer-Smt(R)
(0805) .1uF,50V
C1
Emtek
MA0805XR104K500
Meritek
MA0805XR104K500
5
4
Cap-Cer-Smt(R)
C11,C12,C305,C306
Emtek
MA0603CG220J500
Meritek
MA0603CG220J500
6
1
Cap-Cer-Smt(R)
(0603)
22pF,50V,
npo/cog,5%
(0805)
.47uF,16V
C25
Mouser
80-C0805C474J4R
Kemet
C0805C474J4RACTU
7
4
Cap-Cer-Thru(R)
C5,C6,C9,C10
Digi-Key
399-4151-ND
Kemet
C315C104M5U5TA
8
1
Cap-Elec-Smt(R)
C309
Emtek
16CAE101S
Surge
16CAE101S
9
4
Cap-Tant-Smt(R)
(C315)
.1uF,50V,20%,.1
SP
(SMD)
100uF,16V,6x5
(SMA) 10uF,10V
C7,C8,C23,C24
FAI
293D106X9016B2TE3
Vishay
293D106X9016B2TE3
10
2
Cap-Tant-Smt(R)
(SMA) 4.7uF,10V
C310,C312
Avnet
TAJA475K010R
Avx
TAJA475K010R
17
1
Conn-Barl-Thru(R)
Vin
Emtek
SCD-014
Vimex
SCD-014-PB
19
4
Conn-Pin Hdr-Thru(R)
Plug 2mm
Barrel,RA
1x2 Header
Agnd,Buz,Mcu_En,Vx_En
Emtek
PH1-2S-G-F1
Keltron
PH1-2S-G-F1
20
2
Conn-Pin Hdr-Thru(R)
1x3 Header
Pwr_Sel,Vll3_Sel
Emtek
PH1-3S-G-F1
Keltron
PH1-3S-G-F1
21
1
Conn-Pin Hdr-Thru(R)
2x2 Header
Jp3
Emtek
PH2-4S-G-F1
Keltron
PH2-4S-G-F1
22
3
Conn-Pin Hdr-Thru(R)
2x3 Header
Adc,Bdm_Port, Com_Sel
Emtek
PH2-6S-G-F1
Keltron
PH2-6S-G-F1
23
1
Conn-Pin Hdr-Thru(R)
2x4 Header
JP2C
Emtek
PH2-8S-G-F1
Keltron
PH2-8S-G-F1
24
4
Conn-Pin Hdr-Thru(R)
2x40 Header
J1A,J1B,Jp1A,Jp2B
Emtek
PH2-80S-G-F1
Keltron
PH2-80S-G-F1
25
2
Conn-Pin Hdr-Thru(R)
2x8 Header
User1,User2
Emtek
PH2-16S-G-F1
Keltron
PH2-16S-G-F1
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D E M O 9 S 0 8 L G 3 2
U S E R G U I D E
F E B R U A R Y
2 4 ,
2 0 0 9
26
1
Conn-USB-Thru(R)
USB-B,RA
J300
Emtek
USB-B-HR-DNN
67
1
Crystal-Cylndr-Thru(R)
Y1
FAI
AB38T-32.768KHZ
Abracon
AB38T-32.768KHZ
66
1
Crystal-Smt(R)
X300
FAI
FOXSDLF/120-20/TR
Fox
FOXSDLF/120-20/TR
14
1
Dio-Zener-Smt
D1
Mouser
512-MMBZ5232B
Fairchild
MMBZ5232B
13
1
Display-CustomThru(R)
Ds1
S-Tek, Inc
GDM121F_GD3980
S-Tek
72
4
Feet
Mouser
517-SJ-5306CL
3M
SJ-5306 CLEAR
71
72
HDW-Rubber
Bumpon(R)
HDW-Shunt(R)
(3X8)
32.768KHz,3.3V
(HC49S)
12.0MHz,18PF
(Sot23)
MMBZ5232B
LCD Glass,
Freescale,
GDM121F
w/GD3980 Disp
0.375"x0.15" (W
x H), Hemi,Clear
.10 Shunt
Shunts
E-Call
0146-230-020
E-Call
0146-230-020
15
2
HDW-Test Pt-Thru(R)
Gnd1,Gnd2
Mouser
151-203-RC
Kobiconn
151-203-RC
16
2
HDW-Test Pt-Thru(R)
Vdd1,Vdd2
Mouser
151-207-RC
Kobiconn
151-207-RC
60
3
IC-Buffer-Smt(R)
U303,U308,U310
Avnet
SN74LVC2G125DCTR
TI
SN74LVC2G125DCTR
61
1
IC-Buffer-Smt(R)
U309
Arrow
SN74LVC2G126DCTR
TI
SN74LVC2G126DCTR
63
1
IC-Comprtr-Smt(R)
U302
Avnet
LMV7219M5/NOPB
Nat Semi
LMV7219M5/NOPB
30
1
IC-Lvl Det5V-Smt(R)
U305
FAI
MC34164D-5R2-LF
On Semi
MC34164D-5R2G
58
1
IC-Microp-Smt(R)
U1
Freescale
Supplied
Freescale
PC9S08LG32VLF
59
1
IC-RS232-Smt(R)
U2
FAI
MAX3232ECSA-LF
Sipex
SP3232EBCN-L
62
2
IC-Switch-Smt(R)
U300,U301
Mouser
595SN74LVC2G66DCTR
TI
SN74LVC2G66DCTR
28
2
Ind-FB-Smt(R)
L300,L301
Digi-Key
240-2403-1-ND
Steward
MI1206K260R-10
29
1
Ind-FB-Smt(R)
Fb1
Mouser
81-BLM21P331SG
Murata
BLM21PG331SN1D
27
1
Ind-Smt(R)
PC
Mnt,Black,Comp
act Loop,Glass
Bead
PC
Mnt,Red,Compa
ct Loop,Glass
Bead
(Ssop8)
74LVC2G125,
Dual,3-St
(Ssop8)
74LVC2G126,
Dual,3-St
(Sot23-5)
LMV7219M5,R-R
(Soic8)
MC34164D,Rese
t
(Lqfp80)
MC9S08LG32
(Soic16)
ICL3232,Dual
Xcvr,3.3V,ESD
(Ssop8)
SN74LVC2G66D
CT,
Analog,Bilateral,
Dual
(1206) 26
Ohms,Ferrite,EM
I,1.5A
(0805) 330
[email protected]
100M,1.5A
(1210)
10uH,Choke
L1
FAI
NL1210-100JTR-LF
Tdk
NLV32T-100J-PF
23
D E M O 9 S 0 8 L G 3 2
U S E R G U I D E
F E B R U A R Y
2 4 ,
2 0 0 9
11
9
LED-Smt(R)
(1206) Green
D300,T1C0,T1C1,T2C0,T2C
1,T2C2,T2C3,T2C4,T2C5
Emtek
150YG
Micro Elec
150YG
12
3
LED-Smt(R)
(1206) Red
Irqled,Rstled,Vdd
Emtek
150SR
Micro Elec
150SR
69
1
Misc-Not Installed
Rxd,Tp1,Txd,Vll1-Vll3
Axiom
DNI-MISC
70
1
Part-Not Installed
Com1,I2C_Pu,R333,SU1,U3
Axiom
DNI-PART
68
1
Pcb(R)
Pcb
BBG
PCB-AXM0469A
64
1
Prog'd IC-MicropSmt(R)
U306
P&E
UF32E_MCUSLK
(Supplied)
Freescale
MC9S12UF32PUE
34
2
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R4,R6
Emtek
CR16-101J
Meritek
CR16-101J
35
3
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R319,R322,R324
Emtek
CR16-102J
Meritek
CR16-102J
36
1
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R15
Emtek
CR10-102J
Meritek
CR10-102J
37
1
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R13
Digi-Key
P1.0KVCT-ND
Panasonic
ERJ-14YJ102U
38
14
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R1,R5,R7,R9-R11,R300R303,R306,R307,R313,R314
Emtek
CR16-103J
Meritek
CR16-103J
39
3
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R304,R305,R331
Emtek
CR16-104J
Meritek
CR16-104J
40
2
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R3,R316
Emtek
CR16-105J
Meritek
CR16-105J
41
1
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R321
Emtek
CR16-112J
Meritek
CR16-112J
42
1
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R308
Emtek
CR16-152J-TR
Meritek
CR16-152J
43
1
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R14
Emtek
CR10-223J
Meritek
CR10-223J
44
6
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
(0603) 100K
Ohm,5%
(0603) 1M
Ohm,5%
(0603) 1.1K Ohm
,5%
(0603) 1.5K
Ohm,5%
(0805) 22K
Ohm,5%
(0603) 3.3K
Ohm,5%
R315,R317,R318,R320,R330
,R332
Emtek
CR16-332J-TR
Meritek
CR16-332J
45
2
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R326,R327
Emtek
CR10-470J
Meritek
CR10-470J
46
2
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
R2,R12
Emtek
CR16-471J
Meritek
CR16-471J
47
4
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
(0805) 47
Ohm,5%
(0603) 470
Ohm,5%
(0603) 4.7K
Ohm,5%
R323,R325,R328,R329
Emtek
CR16-472J
Meritek
CR16-472J
Rev A
DEMO9S08LG3
2, 5.5x4.5,4
Lyr,Pnl=2x1
(Tqfp100)
MC9S12UF32PU
, MCUSLK
(0603) 100
Ohm,5%
(0603) 1K
Ohm,5%
(0805) 1K
Ohm,5%
(1210) 1K Ohm,
5%
(0603) 10K
Ohm,5%
24
D E M O 9 S 0 8 L G 3 2
U S E R G U I D E
48
2
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
49
1
Res-Carb-Smt(R)
50
2
Res-MF-Smt(R)
51
2
Res-Netw-Smt(R)
53
2
Res-Pot-Thru(R)
54
10
Sw-PB-Thru(R)
31
1
Trans-Mosfet-Smt(R)
32
1
Trans-NPN-Smt(R)
33
1
Trans-PNP-Smt(R)
65
1
VReg-5V-Smt(R)
F E B R U A R Y
(0603) 510
Ohm,5%
(0603) 680
Ohm,5%
(0805) 33
Ohm,1%
(0603x4) 680
Ohm,8P4R,Iso
(CE9M) 5K
Ohm,Thumb
Wheel,Offset
pins
Tact Sw,6mm Sq
(Sot23)
IRLML6402CT,
P-Ch, 20V,3.7A
(Sot23)
MMBT3904,
40V,350mW
(Sot23)
MMBT3906,
40V,350mW
(To263)
LM2940,1A,Ldo
2 4 ,
2 0 0 9
R309,R312
Emtek
CR16-511J
Meritek
CR16-511J
R8
Emtek
CR16-681J
Meritek
CR16-681J
R310,R311
Emtek
CR10-0330F
Meritek
CR10-0330F
Rn1,Rn2
Digi-Key
Y4681CT-ND
Panasonic
EXB-V8V681JV
Contrast,Rv1
Emtek
CE9MH2.5 5K WT
Vimex
CE9MH2.5 5K WT
Irq,KBI1-KBI8,Reset
Emtek
EG1827
E-Switch
EG1827
U307
Digi-Key
IRLML6402PBFCT-ND
Int Rectifier
IRLML6402TRPBF
Q1
Emtek
MMBT3904
Taitron
MMBT3904
Q2
Emtek
MMBT3906
Taitron
MMBT3906
Vr1
FAI
LM2940CS-5.0/NOPB
Nat Semi
LM2940CS-5.0/NOPB
25