Freescale: DEMO9S08LC60 Demonstration Board

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    Kit Overview


    The DEMO9S08LC60DEMO9S08LC60 Demonstration board has been designed for the evaluation, demonstration and the debugging of the Freescale MC9S08LC60MC9S08LC60 microcontroller. The DEMO9S08LC60 can be used as a standalone application, or via its built-in USB-to-BDM bridge, or together the Freescale Student Learning Kit (Freescale code: MCUSLK) through an external 40-pin I/O header female connector.

     

    The operating modes of the  MC9S08LC60MC9S08LC60 Series are described in this section. Entry into each mode, exit from each mode, and functionality while in each of the modes are described below:

     

    • Active background mode for code development
    • Wait mode:
      • CPU halts operation to conserve power
      • System clocks running
      • Full voltage regulation is maintained
    • Stop modes:
      • CPU and bus clocks stopped
      • Stop1: Full power-down of internal circuits for maximum power savings
      • Stop2: Partial power-down of internal circuits, RAM contents retained
      • Stop3: All internal circuits powered for fast recovery; RAM and register contents are retained; LCD module can be configured to remain operational

     

    Key Applications: Battery operated hand-held devices, Portable health care devices, Thermostats, Alarms/clocks, Exercise equipment, Personal diagnostics, Calculators, Low-end utility metering, ZigBee™ nodes with display, Scrolling text displays, Small appliances.

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    Development Tools


     

    Software Development Tools:

     

    Tool TypeSupplierMPNSupported FamilyDescription
    IDEFreescaleCodeWarriorAll Freescale MCU's

    Freescale's software and development solutions take you beyond the silicon, helping to bring your embedded applications to life.  Learn More


    RTOSFreescaleMQXColdFire / HC08 / HC12 / ARM / S08 / RS08 / PowerPC

    The Freescale MQX Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) provides real-time performance within a small, configurable footprint. This RTOS is designed to allow you to configure and balance code size with performance requirements. Learn More


    RTOSMicriumuC/OS IIIColdFire / HC08 / HC12 / ARM / S08 / RS08 / PowerPC

    μC/OS-III is Micrium’s newest RTOS, designed for developers who need to save time on their current and next embedded sytem projects. Using a commercial real-time kernel such as μC/OS-III provides a solid foundation and framework to the design engineer dealing with the growing complexity of embedded designs.  Learn More


    RTOSSeggerembOSColdFire / HC08 / HC12 / ARM / S08 / RS08

    SEGGER embOS (Real Time Operating System) follows strict, yet efficient coding and documentation standards. embOS is a priority-controlled real time operating system, designed to be used as foundation for the development of embedded real-time applications.  Learn More


     

    Hardware Development Tools:

     

    Tool TypeSupplierMPNSupported FamilyDescription
    Debuggers, Emulators & JTAG ToolsFreescaleUSBMULTILINKBDMEUSBMULTILINKBDMEHC08 / HCS12 / S08 / RS08 / Coldfire V1USB BDM Interface cable for the 68HC(S)12(X) and 68HCS08 and 68RS08 and ColdFire V1
    Debuggers, Emulators & JTAG ToolsFreescaleU-MULTILINKU-MULTILINKHC08 / HCS12 / S08 / RS08 / Coldfire / KinetisP&E USB Multilink Universal debug and programming interface for HCS08, HC(S)12(X), ColdFire, Qorivva MPC55xx/56xx, and Kinetis
    Debuggers, Emulators & JTAG ToolsFreescaleM68CYCLONEPROEM68CYCLONEPROEHC08 / HCS12 / S08 / RS08 / Coldfire V1Hardware Debug Interface and Stand-Alone Programmer for HC08, HCS08, RS08, ColdFire V1, and HC(S)12(X)

     

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    Technical Documents


    Learning Center
    TypeDescription
    User GuideFreescale: Quick Start Guide for DEMO9S08LC60 Demo Board
    User GuideFreescale: User Guide for Proximity Sensing Software
    User ManualFreescale: User’s Manual for DEMO9S08LC60 Demo Board
    Product BriefFreescale: Product Brief for MC9S08LC60 Microcontroller
    Product BriefFreescale: MC9S08LC60FS-MC9S08LC Family Fact Sheet
    Application NoteFreescale: AN3280-Interfacing an LCD to the MC9S08LC60
    Application NoteFreescale: Application Note for EEPROM Emulation Using Double Flash Array on MC9S08LC60 Microcontroller
    Application NoteFreescale: Application Note for Hardware-Triggered ADC

     

    Design Elements
    TypeDescription
    SchematicFreescale: BOM and Schematics File for DEMO9S08LC60 Demo Board
    Application LibraryFreescale: Software Code to set up the ATD module so that it is triggered by a hardware source

     

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    Kit Features


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    The DEMO9S08LC60DEMO9S08LC60 board features:

     

    • MC9S08LC60MC9S08LC60 microcontroller (in 80-pin LQFP package, already programmed with a demapplication)
    • One clock sources: a 32.768 KHz crystal, selectable via the “CLK ENA” jumpers.
    • A 12 V DC Power Supply Input Connector
    • Power input selection jumpers for selecting the input voltage source:
      • 12 V DC input connector
      • USB connector
    • A built-in USB-to-BDM circuitry which allows the host PC tcommunicate with the microcontroller through a standard USB interface. USB 2.0 is fully supported. When using an external in-circuit debugger (via the “BDM” connector), the USB-to-BDM circuitry must be bypassed by removing the BKGD and RESET# jumpers in the “IO2 ENA” jumper strip.
    • A Reset push-button connected tthe MCU Reset pin.
    • A series of inputs:
      • Four push-buttons together with jumpers tconnect/disconnect them to/from the microcontroller
      • A potentiometer, together with a jumper tconnect/disconnect it to/from the PTA0 pin of the microcontroller
      • An NTC-based temperature sensor, together with a jumper tconnect/disconnect it to/from the PTA7 pin of the microcontroller
      • A photocell, together with a jumper tconnect/disconnect it to/from the PTA1 pin of the microcontroller
      • An accelerometer (Freescale MMA7260Q). All of the sensor’s input/output lines are connected the microcontroller via jumpers
    • An series of outputs:
      • Eight high-efficiency (low-current) LEDs together with jumpers to connect/disconnect them to/from the microcontroller
      • A piezoelectric speaker, together with a jumper tconnect/disconnect it to/from the PTC2 pin of the microcontroller
      • A custom LCD.
    • An RS-232RS-232 channel connected to the microcontroller’s SCI serial communication interface. The microcontroller’s PTC0/RxD and PTC1/TxD lines are used by the RS-232 channel.

     

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    Kit Contents


     

    The DEMO9S08LC60DEMO9S08LC60 package includes the following items:

     

    • The DEMO9S08LC60DEMO9S08LC60 evaluation board
    • A USB cable
    • The SofTec Microsystems “System Software” CD-ROM
    • The CodeWarrior Development Studio Special Edition CD-ROM
    • A Quick Start Guide sheet
    • User’s manual

     

     

     

     

     

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