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TECHNICAL DATA
MC68030
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
( •
MOTOROLA
(~)MOTOROLA INC., 1990
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MAXIMUM RATINGS
Symbol
Value
Unit
Supply Voltage*
Rating
VC~C
-0.3 to +7.0
V
Input Voltage
Vin
- (~:5 to + 7.0
"V
TA
TA
0
70
TC
80
Tstg
- 5 5 to 150
Operating Temperature Range
Minimum Ambient Temperature
40-MHz Maximum Ambient
Temperature
50-MHz Maximum Case
Temperature
Storage Temperature Range
°C
°C
*A continuous clock must be supplied to the MC68030 when it is powered
up.
THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS- PGA PACKAGE
Characteristic
Thermal Resistance - - Ceramic
J~Jnction tO Ambient
Junction to Case
Symbol
Value
ejA
0jC
30*
15"
Rating
°C/W
~Estimated
MO,TOROLA
M C 6 8 0 3 0 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
This device contains protective circuitry against damage due to high
static voltages or electrical fields;
however, it is advised that normal
precautions be taken to avoid application of any voltages higher than
maximum-rated voltages to this
high-impedance circuit. Reliability
of operation is enhanced if unused
inputs are tied to in appropriate
logic voltage level (e.g., either GND
or VCC).
POWER CONSIDERATIONS
The average chip-junction temperature, T j , in °C can be obtained from:
T j = T A + (PD ° 03A)
(1
where:.
..
TA
= Ambient Temperature, °C
0jA
= Package Thermal Resistance,
Junction-to-Ambient, °C/W
PD
= PINT+ PI/O
'PINT
= I c c x V c c , W a t t s - - Chip lnternaI Power
PI/O .
- Power,Dissipationon Input and Output Pins
- - User Determined
-.
For most applications PI/O<PINT and can be neglected. '
The foliowing is an approximate relationship between PD and T j (if PI/O is
neglected):.
.. .
......
.
PD=.K+(Tj+273°C)
, ,,..
.
(2)
Solving equations (1)and (2) f o r K g i v e s :
' ' " " ":
K = PD" (TA + 273°C) + eJA ° PD2
(3)
where K is a constant pertaining to the particular part. K can be determined
from equation (3) by measuring PD (at equilibrium) for a known TA. Using
this value of K, the values (~f PD and T j can be obtained by solving'equ"ations
(1) and (2) iteratively for any value of T A.
The total thermal resistance of a package (0jA)can be separated into two
components, 0jC and 0CA, representing the barrier to h e a t f l o w from the
semiconductor junction to the package (case) surface (eJC) and from the case
to the outside ambient (0CA). These terms are related by the equation:
0jA=0jC+0CA
(4)
ejC is device related and cannot be influenced by the user. However, 0CA is
user dependent and can be minimized by such thermal management techniques as heat sinks, ambient air cooling, and thermal convection. Thus,
good thermal management on the part of the user can significantly reduce
eCA so that 0jA approximately equals 0jC. Substitution of ejC for 0jA in
equation (1) will result in a lower semiconductor junction temperature.
Values for thermal resistance presented in this document, unless.estimated,
were derived using the procedure described in Motorola Reliability Report
7843, "Thermal Resistance Measurement Method for MC68XX Microcomponent Devices," and are provided for design purposes only. Thermal measurements are complex and dependent on procedure and setup. User derived
values for thermal resistance may differ.
MC68030~ELECTRICAL;SP.ECIFICATIO
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•MOTOROLA
AC ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DEFINITIONS •
The AC specifications presented consist of output delays, input setup and
hold times, and signal skew times. All signals are specified relative to an
appropriate edge of the MC68030 clock input and, possibly, relative to one
or more other signals.
The measurement of the AC specifications is defined by the waveforms in
Figure 1. To test the parameters guaranteed by MQtorola, inputs must be
driven to the voltage levels •specified in~ Figure 1. Outputs of the MC68030
are specifiedwith minimum.and/or maximum limits, as appropriate, and are
measured as shown. Inputs to the MC68030 are specified with minimum and,
as appropriate, maximum setup and hold times, and are measured asshown.
Finally, the measurements for signal-to-signal specifications are also shown.
Note that the testing levels used to verify conformance of the MC68030 to
the AC specifications:does ~not affect the guaranteed DC operation of the
device as specified in the DC electrical characteristics.
ME)'~OROEA
MC68030!ELECTRICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
3
" "
'
"
'
DRIVE
TO 2.4 V
CLK
D°TPUTS(2):L~
.....
, ........
'
To 2:iv
"
" T A - - Y - 2.0 v VAL,O 28 v - & V 7 7
;RIVE
IN0T 08V
T00,v
.
t._c4._0_, t
INPUTS(4)CLK
ALL SIGNALS(S)
VAL'O '" ~ 2 " 0 V
2.OV .'VA"0'
I 00TP,T° 0 . a V ~ V _ / _ / - ' I ~ _ ~ V OUTPOTo+,
"-~2E08;
.
:NApL~DT: . : : ~
T02.4V
V
. --~-. ~ -
2.0 V
0.8 V
NOTES: -
1 - This
2"-This
3 - This
4 - This
5 - This
out[)ut timing is applicable to all parameters specified relative to the rising edge of the clock
output'timing is applicable to all parameiers specified relative to" the fallingecIge o f t h e cl()ck
"
input timing is applicable to all parameters specified relative to the rising edge of the Clock
input timing is applicable to all parameters specified relative to the falling edge of the clock
timing is applicable to all parameters specified relative to the assertion/negation of another signal
LEGEND:
A - Maximum output delay specification
B - Minimum output hold time
C - Minimum input setup time specification
D - Minimum input hold time specification
E - Signal valid to signal valid specification (maximum or minimum)
F - Signal valid to signal invalid specification (maximum or minimum)
Figure
4
1. D r i v e L e v e l s a n d T e s t P o i n t s f o r A C S p e c i f i c a t i o n s
MC68030 ELECTRICAL-SPECIFICATIONS
MOTOROLA
DC ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
( V c c = 5.0 Vdc_+ 5%; G ND = 0 Vdc; 40 MHz-T A = 0 ° to 70°C, 50 M Hz-TA = 0°C to T C = 80°C)
•
..
Characteristic
Symbol
Min
Unit
Max
Input High Voltage
ViH
2.0
VCC
Input Low Voltage
VIL'
GND
-0.5
0.8
lin
-2.5
2.5
Input Leakage Current
GND ~< Vin ~< VCC
BERR, BR, BGACK, CEK,,IPL0-1PL2, AVEC
,CDIS, DSACKO, DSACK1
HALT, RESET
Hi-Z (Off-State) Leakage Current
(, 2.4 V/0.5 V
Output High Voltage
IOH = 400 p,A
A0-A31,'A'~, DBEI~, D--'S,D0-D31, FC0-FC2;
R/W, RMC, SIZ0-SIZ1
A0-A31, AS, BG, D0-D31, DBEN, DS, ECS, R/W, IPEND,
OCS, RMC, SIZ0-SIZ1, FC0-FC2,
CBREQ, CLOUT, STATUS, REFILL
Output Low Voltage
IOL =3.2 mA
IOL = 5.3 mA
IOL = 2.0 mA
IOL = 10.7 mA
m
A0-A31, FC0-FC2, SIZ0-SIZ1, BG, D0-D31
CBREQ, AS, DS, R/W, RMC, DSEN, IPEND
STATUS, REFILL, CLOUT, ECS, OCS
RESET
Power Dissipation (TA=0°C)
"
Capacitance (see Note)
Vin=0 V, TA= 25°C, f = l MHz
Load Capacitance
ECS, OCS
CLOUT, STATUS, REFILL
All Other
:
- 20
20
ITS I -
-20
20
VOH
2.4
V'
"V
~A
#A
V
V
VOL
m
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
PD ,
--
2.6
W
Cin
--
2O
pF
CL
--
5O
70
130
pF
m
NOTE: Capacitance is periodically sampled rather than 100% tested.
AC ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS - - CLOCK I N P U T (seeFigure 2)
20 MHz
Num.
33.33 MHz
25 MHz
40
MHz
50 MHz*
Characteristic
Min
Frequency of Operation
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Unit
Max
Min
Max
12.5"
20
12.5
25
20
33.33
25
40
25
50
Cycle Time Clock
50
80
40
80
30
50
25
40
20
40
ns
2, 3
ClockPulse Widtll Measured
from 1.5 V to 1.5 V
23
57
19
61
14
36
11.5
29
9.5
30.5
ns
4, 5
ClockRise and Fall Times
--
2
ns
1
5
--
4
--
3.
--
2
--
MHz
*Tcase = 80°C Maximum . .
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• SPECIFICATIONS
5
AC ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS - - READ A N D WRITE CYCLES•
( V c c . = 5.0 V d c - + 5 % ; G N D = 0
(see..Figures.3-8)
Vdc; 40 MHz-TA =0 ° to 70°C, 50 MHz-TA =0°.C to TC =80°C)
20MHz
Num."
6
C!ock'Hig h to Function Code,
Size, R M C , I P E N D ,
CLOUT, A d d r e s s Valid
6A
6B
.33.33MHz
25MHz
40MHz
50MHz*
Characteristic
Clock,High to EC~, OCS
•Asserted
'
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Unit
• -
0
25
0
20
0
14
O
14
0
14
ns
0
15
0
i5
0
12
0
10
0
10
ns
3
--
3
--
ns
I,
' ,
I
Functioni~ode,'Size, RMC,'
IPEND, CLOUT A d d r e s s
Valid to N e g a t i n g Edge o f ECS
4
--
3
--
3
--
7
Clock High to Function Code,
Size, RMC, CLOUT,
A d d r e s s Data High
Impedance
O
50
O
" 40
O
30
0
25
0
20
ns
.8
Clock High to Fu'nction Code,
Size, RMC, IPEND,
CLOUT, A d d r e s s I n v a i i d
O
--
0
--
O
--
0
--
0
--
. ns
9
Clock L o w to AS, D'S A s s e r t e d ,
CBREQ Valid
3
20
3
18
2
10
2
10
2
10
.ns
10"
9A 1
AS t o D S A s s e r t i o n S k e w (Read)
-10
10
-8
8
:6
6
-6
6
ns
9B! 4
A T A s s e r t e d to D ~ A s s e r t e d
(Wri.te)
32
--
27
--
22
--
16
--
14
--.
ns
10
ECS W i d t h A s s e r t e d
15
--
10
--
8
--
5 "
--
4
--
ns
"10A
OCS W i d t h A s s e r t e d
15
--
10
--
8
" --
5
--
4
--
ns
1087
-10
'I
ECS, OCS W i d t h N e g a t e d
10
--
5
--
5
--
5
--
4
--
ns
11
Function Code, Size, RMC,
CLOUT, A d d r e s s Valid t o
A s s e r t i n g Edge o f A S
A s s e r t e d (arid D S A s s e r t e d ,
Read)
IO
--
7
--
5.
--
5"
--
3
--
ns
12
Clock L o w to AS, DS, C e R E Q '
Negated
'O
20
O
18
' O
10
"O . . . .
10"
O
10'
Clock L o w to ECS/OCS N e g a t e d .....
0
20
O
18
0
15
13,
AS, DS N e g a t e d to Function
Code, Size, RMC, CLOUT,
A d d r e s s Invalid
.
.
1O
--
7
--
5
14
AS (and DS Read) W i d t h
A s s e r t e d (Asynchronou's
Cycle)
12A
'
~4A 11
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
:--
0
12
3
-- ~
30
' 0
" ns
11
ns'
3
--
ns
--
25
--
ns
.
85
--
70
--
45,
38 "
~
30
--
23"
--
18
m
- 13
7
ns
35
--
30
--
23
'--
"18
--
13
--
ns
38
--
30
--
23
--
18
~
.13
--
.ns
N e g a i e d to A T Assertecl ..
30
--
25
--
18.
--
16
. .
Clock High to AS, DS, R/W,
DBEN, CBREQ High I m p e d a n c e
--
50
30
--
D ~ W i d t h Asse'rted (Write)
14B "
..
AS (and'DS, Read) W i d t h '
Asserted (Synchronous
,15'
AS, D S W i d t h
--'
.....
" '
Cycle)
_ .15A 8
16
6
~
Negated
' "
MC68030
40
25
I
:1~'"
--
ns
--
20
ns
I
ELECTRICAL!SPECIF.ICATIONS
MOTOROLA
A C ELECTRICAL S P E C I F I C A T I O N S (Continued)
20MHz
Num.
25MHz
" {'
33.33MHz
40MHz
50MHz*
Unit
Characteristic
Min
,Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
5
--
3
--
3
--
ns
ns
17'
A'--S, D~ Negated to R/W Invalid
1Q
---
.7"
--~
18
Clock High to R / ~ High
O
25
0
20
0
15
O
14
0
14
20
Clock High to R/W Low
0
25
0
20
O
15
0
!4
O
14
ns
21
R/W'High to A T 'Asserted
10
--
7
5
--
5
--
3
--
ns
.--
23
--
ns
--
14
ns
22
R/W Low to D'--S,~sserted (Write)
60
--
47
--
35
--
24
23
Clock H i g h to Data-Out Valid
--
25
--
20
--
14
--
24
Data-Out Valid to Negating
Edge.of AS ..
8
--
5
--
3
--
3
--
3'
--
ns
AS, DS Negated to Data-Out
Invalid
10
--
7
--
5
--
3
--
. 3
--
ns
D-S Negated to DBEN Negated
(Write)
10
--
7
--
5
--
3
--
3
--
ns
Data-Out Valid to Asse~ting Edge
of DS Asserted (Write)
10
--
7
--
5
--
3
--
3
--
ns
Data-In Valid to Clock Low
(Setup)
4
--
2
--
1
--
1
--
1
--
ns
27A
Late BERR/HALT Asserted to
Clock Low (Setup)
10
--
5
--
3
--
3
--
3
--
ns
2812
AS, D S N e g a t e d to DSACKx,
BERR, HALT, AVE C
Negated ( A s y n c h r o n o u s Hold)
O
50
0
40
0
30
0
20
0
15
ns
;)8A17
Clock Low to DSACKx, BERR,
HALT, AVEC Negated
( S y n c h r o n o u s Hold)
12
85
8
70
6
50
6
40
6
35
ns
2912
AS, DS Negated, to Data-In
Invalid '(Asynchronous Hold)
0
--
0
--
0
--
0
--
0
--
ns
20
ns
--
ns
2511
25A 9'11
2611
27
14
29A 12
AS, DS Negated to Data-In
High Impedance
--
50
:3012
Clock Low to Da'ta-ln Invalid
( S y n c h r o n o u s Hold)
12
--
30A 12
Clock.Low to.Data-In H i g h .
Impedance (Read followed
by Write)
--
75
--
60
--
'45.
--
30'
--
25
ns
D~ACKx Asserted to Data-In .
Valid ( A s y n c h r o n o u s Data.Setup)
--
43
--
28
--
20
--
14
--
13
ns
DSACKx Asserted to DSACKx
. Valid (Skew)
--
10
--
7
--
5
--
3
--
3
ns
31 ~ .
31A 3
• :32
--
8
40
--
--
6
30
--
--
6
25
--
--
6
RESET input Transition T i m e "
--
1,5
.~
1.5
--
.1.5,
~
.1.5
--
1.5
Clks
33
C i o c k L o w to B-G Asserted
0
25
0
20
0
15
0. ,
14
"0
14
ns
34
Clock Low to ~
0
25
O
20
0
15
0
14
0
14
ns
1,5
3,5
1.5
3.5
1.5
3.5
1,5
3.5
1.5
3.5
Clks
• .35
Negated
BR A s s e r t e d t o BG Asserted
(RMC Not Asserted)
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MC68030
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AC ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
'"
NUm.
.~
20 MH~'
"
33~33 MHz
40 M H z
50 M H z *
Unit
BGACK Asserted to BG.Negated
37A 6 ,. BG-ACK Asserted to ~
.
25 MHz
Characteristic
'Min
37
(Continued)
Negated:
Max"
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
1.5
3.5
1,5
3.5
1.5
3,5
1,5
3.5
1.5
3.5
Clks
Clks
.0.
1.5
0,
115
0
1.5
0
1.5
0
1.5-
39.
BG Width" Negated
75
--
60
--
45
--
30
--
30
--
ns
39A
B'G Width' Asserted
75
--
60
--
45
--
30
--
:30
--
ns
@.oJ
•!
Clock H!gh to DBEN Asserted
(Read)
O
25
0
20
0
18
0
16
0
14
ns
41
C!ock L o w t o DBE N Negated
(Read)
O
" 25
0
20
0
18
0
16
0
14
ns
42
Clock Low to DBEN Asserted
(Write)
0
25
0
20
0
18
0
16
0
14
ns
43 '
Clock High to DBEN N e g a t e d
(Write)
O
25
0
20
0
18
0
16
0
14
ns
44
R#~ Low to DB~N Asserted
(Write)
10
--
7
--
5
--
5
--
5
--
ns
DB-EN Width Asserted
.
,~synchronous Read
A s y n c h r o n o u s Write
50
lOg
---
40'
80
---
30
60
---
22
' 45
---'
20
40
---
ns
DBEN Width Asserted
S y n c h r o n o u s Read
S y n c h r o n o u s Write
10
50
--
5
40
--.
5
30
--
--
5
20
ns
--
5
22
--
--
R/FN Width Asserted
( A s y n c h r o n 0 u s W r i t e or'Rea d )
125
--
100
., .
--
75
--
5'0
--
40
--
ns
R/W Width'Asserted ( S y n c h r o n o u s
Write or Read)
75
'
60
--
45
--
30
--
25
--
ns
Asynchronous Input Setup Time
4
--
2
--
2
--
2
--
2
--
ns
--:
6
--
6
--
6
--
ns
--
18
--.
.14
--
13
ns
455
.
45A 9
46
".i .
'46A '
47A'"
.
--
'
to Clock Low
8'
"478 "
~,synchronous Input Hold T i m e
f r o m Clock Low
12
--:
8
• 484
DSACKx Asserted to BERR,,
HALT Asserted
--
20
--
25
53."
Data-Out ~'iold f r o m Clock High
3
--
3
--
2
--
2
--
2
--
ns
55
RAN Asserted to Data Bus
Impedance Chan~je
25
--
20
--
15
--
11
--
11
--
ns
56
RESE=r Pulse Width
(Reset In'struction)
512
--
512'
--
512
--
512
--
512
--
Clks
57
BERR Negated to H A L T
Negated (Rerun)
0
--
0
--
0
--
0
--
O
--
ns
--
1
--
.I
--
I
--
Clks
--
1
--
1
--
I
--
Clks
58 l °
BGACK Negated to Bus Driven
I
--
59 l °
B'-G Negated to Bus Driven
I
--
MC68030
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EI'ECTRICALSPECIEICATIONS
MOTOROLA.
AC ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS (Concluded)
Num.
20 MHz
Characteristic
25 MHz
33.33 MHz
40 MHz
50 MHz*
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Unit
6013
Synchronous Input Valid to
Clock High (Setup Time)
4
--
2
--
2
--
2
--
2
--
ns
6113
!Clock High to Synchronous
Input Invalid (Hold Time)
12
--
8
--
6
--
6
--
6
--
ns
62
Clock Low to STATUS,
REFILL Asserted
0
25
O
20
O
15
0
15
0
15
ns
63
Clock Low to STATUS,
REFILL Negated
0
25
0
20
0
15
O
15
0
15
ns
NOTES:
*Tcase = 80°C Maximum
1. This number can be reduced to 5 ns if strobes have equal loads.
2. If the asynchronous setup time (#47A) requirements are satisfied, the DSACKx low to data setup time (#31) and
DSACKx low to BERR low setup time (#48) can be ignored. The data must only satisfy the data-in clock low setup
time (#27) for the following clock Cycle, and BERR must only satisfy the late BERR low to clock low setup time (#27A)
for the following clock cycle.
3. This parameter specifies the maximum allowable skew between DSACK0 to DSACK1 asserted or DSACK1 to DSACK0
asserted specification #47A must be met by DSACK0 or DSACK1.
4. This specification applies to the first (DSACK0 or DSACK1) DSACKx signal asserted. In the absence of DSACKx, BERR
is an asynchronous input using the asynchronous input setup time (#47A).
5. DBEN may stay asserted on consecutive write cycles•
6. The minimum values must be met to guarantee proper operation. If this maximum value is exceeded, B'-G may be
reasserted.
7. This specification indicates the minimum high time for ECS and OCS in the event of an internal cache hit followed
immediately by another cache hit, a cache miss, or an operand cycle.
8. This__specification guarantees ~)peration with the MC68881/MC68882, which specifies a minimum time for ~ negated
• to,AS asserted (specification #13A in the MC68881/MC68882 User's Manual). Without this specification, incorrect
• interpretation of specifications #9A and #15 would indicate that the MC68030 does not meet the MC68881/MC68882
requirements.
9. This specification allows a system designer to guarantee data hold times on the output side of data buffers that have
output enable signals generated with DBEN. The timing on DBEN precludes its use for synchronous READ cycles with
no wait states.
10. These specifi(;ations allow system designers to guarantee that an alternate bus master has stopped driving the bus
when the MC68030 regains control of the bus after an arbitration sequence.
.11. DS will not be asserted for synchronous write cycles with no wait states~
12. These hold times are specified with respect to strobes (asynchronous) and with respect to the clock (synchronous).
The designer is free to use either time.
13. Synch?or~ous__ inputs must meet specifications #60 and #61 with stabJe logic levels for all rising edges of the clock
while AS is asserted. These values are specified relative to the high level of the rising clock edge The values originally
published were specified relative to the low level of the rising clock edge.
14. This specification allows system des~qners'._.tto qualify t h e ~ signal of an MC68881/MC68882 with AT (allowing 7 ns
for a gate delay) and still meet the CS to DS setup time requirement (spec 8B) of the MC68881/MC68882.
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