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FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 ‘RIGHT-SIZED’ SOLUTIONS for every application! 2010 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 CONTENTS Introducing Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe Industrial Solutions 1 2-9 Automotive Solutions 10-14 Software Solutions 15-16 Graphics Solutions 17-21 Multimedia Solutions 22-23 Seminars at FME 2010 Fujitsu Specialist Distributors Copyright © 2010 Fujitsu Limited Tokyo, Japan and Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe GmbH. All Rights Reserved. The information contained in this document has been carefully checked and is believed to be entirely reliable. However Fujitsu and its subsidiaries assume no responsibility for inaccuracies. 24 Back Cover The information contained in this document does not convey any licence under the copyrights, patent rights or trademarks claimed and owned by Fujitsu. Fujitsu Limited and its subsidiaries reserve the right to change products or specifications without notice. All company and product trade marks and registered trade marks used throughout this brochure are acknowledged as the property of their respective owners. No part of this publication may be copied or reproduced in any form or by any means or transferred to any third party without the prior consent of Fujitsu. Designed and produced in the UK. Printed on environmentally friendly paper. Introducing FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS EUROPE Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe (FME) is a major supplier of semiconductor products. The company provides advanced systems solutions to the automotive, digital TV, mobile telephony, communications, networking and industrial markets. Engineers from design centres dedicated to microcontrollers, graphics controllers, mixed-signal, wireless, multimedia ICs, ASIC products and software development, work closely with FME’s marketing and sales teams throughout EMEA to help satisfy customers’ systems development requirements. This solutions approach is supported by a broad range of advanced semiconductor devices, IP, building blocks and software. At Embedded World, FME will demonstrate precisely-tailored ‘Rightsized’ system solutions which deliver all necessary features and functionality . In this way BOM can be reduced, development cycles shortened, timeto-market streamlined and costs saved. 01 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 INDUSTRIAL solutions AC Line Use Powerline as your control network Realise new features in home and building automation as well as energy-saving infrastructure like intelligent street lighting using our SoCs for PLC! ADD8051C3A Power Supply Single Voltage 3.3V 80C51 CORE Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe and ADD Semiconductor have developed Powerline Communication (PLC) SoCs that combine CPU, MAC and modem in one device. ADD1300 WD 2 x SPI 4 x Dimmers 3 x UART 3 x Timer Flash Loader RAM 128kB Internal Memory Power Driver Control Register 256 Bytes RAM SPI Flash MB87S2090-F Analog Front End ADD1200 FEC FCS Viterbi MAC MB87S2090-F block diagram Reduce BOM cost, development time and space of smart meters for AMR/AMM! Talk to us! MB87S2090-F KNX Compatible Powerline Communications System-on-Chip The MB87S2090-F is a Powerline System-on-Chip pin-to-pin compatible with ADD Semiconductor’s design and produced by Fujitsu. ADD Semiconductor is a world leader in the development of SoCs for communication over Powerline and solutions for Automatic Meter Management. It includes an enhanced 8051 microcontroller, a hardwired Medium Access Controller (MAC) and a C-band CENELEC FSK modem in one chip. The MB87S2090-F needs only a simple coupling circuit and reduces number of components of PLC application drastically. Therefore it simplifies applications like home and building automation, intelligent 02 lighting and control and makes the employment of PLC as a control network affordable for a wider range of applications. Technical key features ■ Powerline carrier modem for 50 and 60Hz mains ■ Carrier frequency : 132.5kHz ■ Baudrate selectable: 600 to 4800bps ■ Fully compliant to IEC61334-4-32, EHS and KONNEX ■ Half duplex ■ Receiver sensitivity: Up to 44dB Vrms ■ Convolutional coding, Viterbi decoding ■ FEC and CRC error correction ■ Enhanced 8051 core, average speed-up of 5 times ■ 128kBytes internal SRAM ■ Auto Boot-Loading program for serial flash ■ In-circuit serial flash programming ■ Programmable Watchdog ■ 3x double baudrate UART ■ SPI to serial flash and external RTC ■ Buffered SPI to external metering IC ■ Quadruple dimmer in/out ■ Power supply 3.3V ■ Pb-free and RoHS compliant ■ Ambient temperature range: -40 to +850C Target applications ■ Home automation ■ Building automation ■ Street lighting Single 3.3V Power Supply LCD LCD DRIVER 24 x 8 / 28 x 4 3 x UART Boot Loader SPI0 SPI1 T0, T1 T2 4 x Dimmer SRAM 128k WD GPIO’s ADD1310 Power Driver ADD1210 FEC Analog Front End A complete set of peripherals has been developed achieving a high grade of versatility providing a low cost and small size solution for AMR & AMM systems using narrow band Powerline communications. Viterbi Frame Detector FSK PHY LAYER It includes an enhanced 8051 microcontroller, a Medium Access Controller (MAC) and a modem circuit for Powerline medium. Metering Chip SPI Flash RTC ADD8051C3A 80C51 CORE MB87S2090 is a Powerline Communications SoC, which implements a full PLC node using FSK modulations (IEC61334-5-2 compatible) pin-to-pin compatible with ADD Semiconductor’s design and produced by Fujitsu. ADD Semiconductor is a world leader in the development of SoCs for communication over Powerline and solutions for Automatic Meter Management. Power Control AC Line MB87S2090 – Powerline Communication SoC for smart metering applications (AMR/AMM) FSK MAC COPROCESSOR MB87S2090 MB87S2090 block diagram Technical key features ■ Powerline carrier modem for 50 and 60Hz mains ■ 8 programmable carrier frequencies from 60 to 132.5kHz ■ Baudrate selectable: 600 to 4800bps ■ Fully compliant to IEC61334-4-32, EHS and KONNEX ■ Half Duplex ■ Receiver sensitivity: Up to 44dB Vrms ■ Convolutional coding, Viterbi decoding ■ FEC and CRC error correction ■ Enhanced 8051 core, average speed-up of 5 times ■ 128kBytes internal SRAM ■ 24x8/28x4 segments LCD driver ■ Auto boot-loading program from serial flash ■ In-circuit serial flash programming ■ Programmable watchdog ■ 3x double baudrate UART ■ SPI to serial flash and external RTC ■ Buffered SPI to external metering IC ■ Quadruple dimmer in/out ■ Power supply 3.3V ■ Pb-free and RoHS compliant ■ Ambient temperature range: -40 to +850C Target applications ■ Smart Metering (AMR/AMM) www.fme-plc.com 03 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 INDUSTRIAL solutions Logging your data Ferroelectric Random Access Memory (FRAM) is the next generation non-volatile memory: fast, flexible and efficient. Fujitsu shows how this technology improves your data logging applications. Clock Supervisor 8/16-bit Composite Timer 2ch Package: SOP-20, QFN-324 22-bit Timebase Timer Sub-Clock (Option) F2MC-8FX - CPU Internal CR Oscillator +/2% Low Voltage Detection2 8-bit Microcontrollers Supply Voltage: Supply Voltage3: Clock: Sub-Clock: Internal Clock: Internal Sub-Clock: External IRQs 6ch 1 2.4V - 5.5V 2.7V - 3.6V 16.25MHz (max.) 32.768kHz 1, 8, 10MHz 100kHz Watch Prescaler 10-bit ADC 6ch 1-Wire Debug Interface FRAM Microcontroller Fujitsu has released the latest member of its 8-bit Microcontroller family F2MC 8FX with embedded FRAM, which is the next generation non-volatile memory technology combining the advantages of conventional Flash/E2PROM and random access memories like SRAM. With virtually unlimited endurance and high speed, easy programming (25 times faster than E2PROM), FRAM replaces flash and can be used very flexibly as ROM and RAM. In addition, FRAM features low-power operation as, unlike flash, no high-voltage is required for erasing/programming. The Microcontroller, which comes in a 20-pin SOP package, is ideally suited for data acquisition, logging and metering applications. A single wire debug interface and low cost USB debugger tools allow fast and efficient application development. LIN-USART MB95F264 20k 496B I2C3 MB95F263 12k 496B MB95F262 8k 240B MB95F204 16k 496B MB95F203 8k 496B MB95F202 4k 240B MB95R203 8k 496B 1: Condition dependent 2: K version only 3: MB95R203 4: MB95F264 only E2PROM Emulation Compact Flash FRAM Block diagram - 20-pin derivatives of the MB95200 microcontroller series MB95200/300 series overview MB95200/300 are new general purpose microcontroller series of the F2CM-8FX family. Products are available with pin counts from 8, 16, 20 to 32 pins, targeting home appliances, electrical tools, consumer health care products and industrial motor control applications. The series offers derivatives with compact flash memory, pincompatible derivatives with dualoperation flash (for E2PROM emulation) as well as Ferroelectric Random Access Memory. Features of MB95200/300 series ■ 2.3V to 5.5V operation ■ Flash content protection ■ Low voltage reset ■ Clock supervisor ■ ±2% on-chip RC oscillatior ■ E2PROM emulation ■ Motor control functionality ■ 10-bit ADC on every device ■ Serial interfaces support LIN, synchronous/asynchronous USART and SPI (not on 8-pin devices) ■ Flexible composite timers (interval timer, PWM, PWC, input capture) ■ Single wire debug interface with low cost development system www.fme-fram.com 04 Connecting your applications Flash/ Mask Rom 832kB It is convenient to carry your data on a USB memory stick. This is one reason why USB has moved from consumer electronics into all kinds of industrial applications. With Fujitsu’s Microcontroller products and software packages you get an ‘out of the box’ solution to access memory sticks or connect a PC to your embedded system. 576kB MB96F348H 544kB MB96F348 416kB MB96F347 288kB MB96F356 MB96F379 MB96F388H MB96F3578H MB96F338 MB96F387 MB96F346 MB96F386 MB96F345 MB96F385 MB96F336 160kB MB96F315 MB96F395 MB96F355 MB96F384 128kB 96kB USB Solution Fujitsu offers a range of 16-bit microcontrollers with on-chip USB full speed interface including Host functionality. The MB96330 series is a member of the 16FX family and one example of such a device line-up. Fujitsu offers the USB low level drivers as well as higher protocol layers as example software free of charge. Data logging, firmware update or PC controllable applications are prepared as reference projects, such as helping customers to implement USB functionality quickly. MB96F326 MB96F388 MB96F313 MB96F353 46 pins 64 pins 80 pins 100 pins 120 pins 144 pins Line-up of 16FX microcontrollers Clock Modulator Package: FPT-144P-M08 Clock Supervisor 2 Sub-Clock (Option) F MC-16FX - CPU USB FS / MiniHost (only on ‘U’ Series) tcycle: 21ns Supply Voltage: 3V - 5.5V Clock: Internal 48MHz, Ext 4MHz, 32kHz CAN 1ch 3ch only MB96F338R/U 16-bit I/O Timer 4ch 16-bit Reload Timer 4ch Output Compare 12ch Input Capture 10ch 16-bit PPG 20ch External IRQs 16ch (Low frequency PWM support) On-chip RC Oscillator: 100kHz, 2MHz Real-Time Clock ADC 40ch (36 on ‘U’ Series) Alarm Comparator 2ch Low Voltage Reset LIN-USART (SPI) 8ch MB96F338R/U Flash 544k SRAM 32k I2C Bus 2ch MB96F336U Flash 288k SRAM 24k MB96330 FX series block diagram External Bus Interface 6 Chip Selects Application Code Features ■ Max. 56MHz CPU clock ■ 20 Dhrystone MIPS ■ Enhanced Interrupt Controller ■ 3V to 5.5V supply voltage ■ Flash security function ■ Satellite flash for E2PROM emulation ■ 32kHz sub-clock option ■ On-chip RC oscillator ■ Clock supervisor and low voltage detection ■ Full CAN 2.0A/2.0B interface with flexible buffering Hardware Fujitsu’s 16FX Microcontroller family is a scalable platform, offering devices in 48-pin to 144-pin packages and flash memory densities ranging from 96kB to 832kB. The pipelined core architecture is one of the most powerful in the 16-bit arena and achieves 20 Dhrystone MIPS at 56MHz clock frequency. The high quality, reliable flash process technology and a rich set of peripherals like CAN, LIN-USART and USB communication interfaces make 16FX an ideal choice for many kinds of applications. Beside the devices itself, Fujitsu offers a complete ECO system, consisting of the debug environment and software. Software 16-bit Microcontrollers USB S/W Driver File System Mass Storage Class USB 2.0 FS MiniHost Example software configuration for USB memory stick support ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ LIN-USART (offering SPI mode) USB function and host I/F A/D converter 10-bit External interrupts and NMI Various Timers On-chip debug functionality and low cost debugger www.fme-usb.com 05 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 INDUSTRIAL solutions 32-bit Microcontrollers The 32-bit Microcontroller line-up offers products for different application fields like automotive, industrial CAN, motor control and USB applications. All series are based on Fujitsu’s RISC CPU core. Many of Fujitsu’s communication interface peripherals are implemented in the various device series. Beside the standard macros (LIN-USART, CAN, USB function/host), devices are available with integrated FlexRayTM and APIX® interfaces. Several motor control MCU series, like MB91260, MB91470 and MB91480 are equipped with an independent coprocessor, called µDSP to further improve computing performance. MB91660 is a general-purpose microcontroller series with USB full speed function and host interface. In addition it features many flexible serial communication interfaces. 12 channels can be flexibly configured as USART, SPI or I2C. CAN and external Bus MB91460N MB91460R MB91460T MB91460P 12 UARTs MB91460G 2MB 208 pins 256 pins MB91460C CAN MB91460A Flexray 3Phase PWM MB91460K MB91460X MB91265N CAN MB91260 MB91470 12-bit ADC MB91480 USB Host + Function MB91660 12-UARTs MB91230 LCD Standard 64 pins MB91460 Series 100 pins MB91350 MB91300 MB91355 120 pins 144 pins 176 pins FR80 Line-up of 32-bit microcontrollers Package: LQFP-120 32-bit FR CPU USB Full Speed Function/MiniHost 16-bit FR Timer 2ch 16-bit Reload Timer 3ch Output Compare 8ch Input Capture 8ch Base Timer 16ch FR80 core Mini Serial Interface 12ch MB91F662 key features ■ FR80 /33MHz ■ 512kByte flash, ■ 48kByte SRAM ■ 12ch multi-serial (USART/SPI/I2C) ■ Full speed 12Mbit/s USB function and host interface ■ 24ch 1.2µs 10-bit ADC ■ 16ch base timer (PWC/PWM/PPG/RLT) ■ External bus, 16-bit data, 24-bit adr., 4CS ■ 3V device with some 5V tolerant I/Os ■ 120-pin package MB91460B 3/6 CAN MB91460D Supply Voltage: 2.7V - 3.6V (some inputs 5V tolerant) Clock: Internal 33MHz Up/Down Counter 4ch External IRQs 32ch ADC 24ch 10-bit Watch Counter Hardware Watchdog DMA 8ch MB91F662 Flash 512k SRAM 48k MB91661 Mask 384k SRAM 32k MB91664 Mask 128k SRAM 16k Slave Interface DAC 3ch 8-bit External Bus Interface 24 addr/8, 16 data, 4CS MB91660 series USB microcontrollers block diagram www.fme-mcu.com 06 Polish-up your HMI Touch sensors are trendy. The implementation can be tricky, especially if a robust solution is required. Fujitsu offers a reliable and fast hardware solution that is waterresistant. Touch Sensor Controller (TSC) Fujitsu is offering the Touch Sensor Controller (TSC) families FMA1127/ FMA1125 from ATLab, Inc. of South Korea. This capacitive touch solution represents a simple, reliable and aesthetic replacement for virtually all mechanical buttons and sliders across many markets, such as industrial, home appliance, mobile, consumer electronics and office equipment. Advantages: ■ Fast response: 0.2msec ■ Low power consumption - Down to 0.1µA in sleep mode - Down to 60µA in idle mode - Down to 100µA in active mode ■ Robust and reliable: - Water resistant - Immune to environment changes ■ Easy to implement - No external components needed for electrode - No ground pattern needed - Fast and flexible tuning per register - Example software and starter-kit available Technical key features ■ Patented fully digital architecture ■ 12 / 9 / 8 / 6 input channels available in QFN, SSOP and SOP packages ■ Configurable touch Input channels as extended DIOs (FMA1125) ■ Configurable AIC™ (Automatic Impedance Calibration) ■ Individual channel sensitivity ■ Host interface via I2C ■ 8-bit resolution of touch strength data ■ 6-bit resolution of LED dimming control via DIO pins (FMA1125) ■ APIS™ (Adjacent Pattern Interference Suppression) ■ No external components required for touch pads ■ Built-in clock generation and voltage regulator Starter kit for FMA1127 MCU-Starterkit and Display not included Ztouch Zin Zref Impedance change detection Zin Zref Touch detected Impedance status Touch pad system Principle of touch detection Ordering information Product Code FMA1127DC-40N FMA1127DC-32N FMA1127DC-30S FMA1127DC-24S SK-TSC-1127-SB FMA1125DC-24N FMA1125DC-16N FMA1125DC-24S FMA1125DC-16P SK-TSC-1125S Sample Part Number FMA1127DC-40N-CS FMA1127DC-30S-CS Package Type 40QFN 32QFN 30SSOP 24SSOP Package Dimensions 5 x 5 x 0.85mm 4 x 4 x 0.85mm 12.7 x 10.3 x 2.5mm 8.2 x 7.8 x 2.0mm Pin Pitch 0.4mm 0.4mm 0.8mm 0.65mm Sensor Inputs 12 9 12 9 Digital I/Os 12 8 6 3 24QFN 16QFN 24SSOP 16SOP 4 x 4 x 0.55mm 3 x 3 x 0.575mm 8.2 x 7.8 x 2mm 9.9 x 6 x 1.8mm 0.5mm 0.5mm 0.65mm 1.27mm 4-8* 0-6** 4-8* 0-6** 8-4* 6-0** 8-4* 6-0** Starter-Kit for FMA1127 FMA1125DC-24S-CS Starter-Kit for FMA1125 * 4 of the sensor channels can be configured to DIO **All of the 6 sensor channels can be configured to DIO The Touch Sensor Controller is developed and owned by ATLab, Inc. South Korea www.touch-fme.com 07 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 INDUSTRIAL solutions Speed-up your logistics Storing a handful of bytes on an RFID tag is easy. Fujitsu can do better! Our FRAM-based RFID chips are offered with capacities up to 64kBytes. This technology enables much faster writing times than conventional non-volatile memories, and can, for example, speed-up your logistics. FRAM RFID ICs FerVID Family MB89R118B, MB89R119 The MB89R118B and MB89R119 are RFID chips based on Fujitsu’s cuttingedge FRAM (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory) technology. Compared to conventional E2PROM/flash-based RFID chips, the FerVID Family enables the same high speed data transfer rate for both reading and writing over long distances. The read/write endurance, specified to 10 billion cycles, is far higher than that of conventional RFID tags, thus saving cost and time in applications. These products are ISO/IEC15693 compliant vicinity-type RFID chips using the 13.56MHz band. many applications where SRAM (Static RAM) is used with expensive batteries. Due to its resistance against radioactive radiation, FRAM fits into medical applications and applications in the food industry where sterilisation is performed by irradiation. Fujitsu is a pioneer in this innovative technology. With more than 10 years of experience in developing and manufacturing FRAM products, it has now shipped more than 300 million FRAM devices. The industry is embracing it as a mature technology. ■ FRAM size: 256Bytes, 2kBytes ■ Anti-collision algorithm ■ I/O: 26.48kbps/52.96kbps (Fast command) ■ Fast programming: 75.52µs/ 8Bytes block ■ Writes full 2kBytes array in 1.4s ■ EAS command (Electronic Article Surveillance) ■ Security: write protect ■ Gold bump connectors * depending on reader power and antenna size Key features of HF RFID chips ■ 13.56MHz, ISO15693, ISO18000-3 ■ Ubiquitous ID ucode certified ■ 64 bits UID ■ Communication range: 50cm and more* In addition, Fujitsu offers 2kByte and 64kByte EPCglobal (C1G2)-compliant UHF Band RFID chips. FRAM ‘FRAM’ (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory) is a non-volatile memory technology with the unique features of high-speed, low-power writing operations, high re-write endurance and strong tamper resistance. It is ideally suited for RFID, smart card and contactless applications, as well as The same high speed data transfer rate for both reading and writing over long distances www.fme-fram.com 08 Solving EMI problems Meeting EMI requirements can be difficult and expensive. Try it the easy way with Fujitsu’s Spread Spectrum Clock Generators – SSCGs. With possible EMI improvements of up to 19dB you can reduce development effort and avoid usage of other components like ferrites, shielding and noise filters. Spread Spectrum Clock Generators Description Meeting the strict requirements of EMI regulations like CISPR is getting more and more difficult with highly integrated and high speed systems. Such systems radiate significant EMI noise at the main operation clock frequency and its harmonics, resulting in high peaks in the frequency spectrum. Developers have to expend substantial effort to design standards conformant systems in a conventional way. Furthermore, devices become more expensive and bigger if hardware counter-measures are required like bypass capacitors, choke coils, ferrites or shielding. Fujitsu’s Spread Spectrum Oscillators spread the radiated energy to a wider frequency band, thus reducing the peak noise. EMI improvement of up to -19dB is possible without further measures. ■ Wide input frequency range: 8MHz to 80MHz (depending on device) ■ Industrial temperature range -40 to +850C Benefits/Features ■ Reduction of peaks in the radiated frequency spectrum of up to -19dB ■ Reduced cost (no choke coils, shielding, ferrite or noise filters) ■ Smaller systems ■ Less development and verification effort ■ Single and multiple output devices with up to 8 channels ■ Different packages, SSOP, BCC, TSSOP ■ 3.3V and 1.8V devices ■ Low power consumption ■ Power-down modes ■ Wide output frequency range: 8MHz to 168MHz (depending on device) SSCG ON EMI reduction by spread spectrum clock generation www.fme-sscg.com 09 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 AUTOMOTIVE solutions Automotive Demonstrators on Fujitsu’s booth at Embedded World 2010 This year, as in the many previous years of our presence at Embedded World, Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe has set up demonstrators addressing topics from the automotive application area. The highlight is the cockpit equipped with instrument cluster and body electronics combined with a drive simulation. We have called this the ‘Connectivity Demo’ because all components interact with each other. The second demonstrator is a rear light module which implements all the state-of-the-art functional requirements of a modern car’s back light unit. Come along to our booth No. 314 in hall 12, take a seat and find out what else these demonstrators hold for you. Connectivity Demonstrator The ‘Connectivity Demo’ is an illustration of Fujitsu’s know-how in system solutions. Rather than selling semiconductor silicon only, Fujitsu offers expertise in all relevant application areas around instrument clusters and body electronics, e.g. the networking of several control units by means of interfaces such as CAN, UART and APIX®. At first glance you will recognise just the racing seat with steering wheel, pedals and the 42-inch TFT monitor on the wall inviting you to take the challenge in a racing game. If you look more closely, you will discover more 10 functions implemented in sub-units equipped with microcontrollers from Fujitsu’s 16- and 32-bit automotive MCU series. Take a seat and you can play a racing game called ‘TORCS’ running on a PC located beneath the cockpit. While playing the game, data from your car like speed, engine rpm, and engaged gear is extracted from this PCapplication. Via UART communication the data is made available to a control unit called ‘UART2CAN gateway’. This gateway unit was developed using the starter kit for the 16FX micorocontroller series (SK 16FX-100PMC). The application data received from the PC is pre-processed and converted into CAN messages as happens in a real car. Three further control units are connected to this CAN bus. These other network nodes are a mass-production style instrument cluster (dashboard) mounted above the steering wheel, a rear light module (under remote control of the body MCU) and a central information display (CID) controller that provides a top view of the race-track with a live update of your car and all opponents’ car positions on a TFT display. Connectivity demonstrator All software running the dashboard is custom-made and based on AUTOSAR. The instrument cluster displays speed, rpm of the engine, fuel and coolant temperature utilising four analogue gauges driven by stepper motors. Numerous tell-tales and a display for messages from the on-board computer, complete the user interface. All functionality of the dashboard is based on the 32-bit FR host processor, MB91F467D, in combination with the graphic display controller MB86276 ‘Lime’ and of course the link via the CAN network that enables all communication between the PC-based game and all instrument displays. The body controller responsible for the rear lights is based on a 32-bit starter kit of the MB91460 series (SK-91F467B). In fact there are two rear light modules that are under remote control of the body MCU, MB91F467B. The light bulbs are switched via MOSFET drivers. The rear light modules are mounted on both rear sides of the cockpit. The rear lights are operated in synchronisation with the events reported from the PC game, e.g. pushing the brake in the cockpit will be signaled to the PC game and in return the PC game issues a signal that the brake request was accepted. This acknowledgement is used to finally turn on the brake lights in the rear modules. The CID control unit - as well as being connected to the CAN bus - is a combination of a 32-bit MCU starter kit (SK-91460S) and a remote display board featuring Fujitsu’s ‘Indigo’ display controller MB88F332. Components of the connectivity demonstrator VGA PC Logitech G25 Racing wheel with pedals and gear shift holder USB ESPRIMO Q5000 i945GM with running game applications ‘TORCS’ CAN UART Rear light module LEFT UART2CAN Gateway SK 16-FX100PCM CAN Rear light module RIGHT Rear light BCM SK-FR-144PCM-91467B CAN Dashboard TFT display, teltales and Stepper Motors FR Cluster SK-91F467D + Cremson-SK-Lime CAN SK-Indigo SK-91F460S CID TFT Display PC with running CANoe for diagnosis puposes Parts are directly mounted on the racing seat CANcaseXL CAN CAN Parts are additionally mounted on the exhibition booth Function block diagram www.fme-mcu.com 11 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 AUTOMOTIVE solutions Both sub-units are connected via an APIX® link, which allows displacements between MCU and display of 20 meters and more. You will find the MCU with embedded APIX® interface (MB91F467S) on the starter kit mounted at the rear side of the seat, while the Indigo board is located on the right-hand side of the dashboard. The spatial separation of these two boards without any impact on the display contents, demonstrates a key advantage of the APIX® technology. 3 CAN *MB91F467D 1088kB/64kB 1088kB/64kB *MB91F465C *MB91F465D 544kB/32kB 544kB/48kB *MB91F463C 288kB/24kB **MB91F467S 1088kB/64kB 2 CAN MB91F467T MB91F467R ***MB91F467M 1088kB/64kB 1088kB/64kB 1088kB/64kB 144 pins 176 pins 1 CAN < 144 pins 32-bit Product Portfolio The portfolio overviews show available MB91460 MCUs and those currently under development. More will be added according to market demands. *MB91F467C Key Available 208 pins 216 pins *SMC **APIX ***MLB/I2S Under development MB91460 dashboard / infotainment portfolio overview MB91F469G 2MB/96kB 6 CAN The assignment of the MB91460 MCUs to a certain application area should be seen as suggestions. It is of course possible to use the dashboard MCUs for body control. In such cases the SMC outputs could, for example, serve as high current ports. MB91F467B 1MB/40kB 3 CAN MB91F465B MB91F467P MB91F469Q 544kB/40kB 1088kB/64kB/80kB 2MB/96kB MB91F463B MB91F465P 288kB/24kB 544kB/40kB MB91F464P 416kB/40kB MB91F463N *MB91F465X MB91F469T 544kB/16kB 544kB/32kB 2MB/128kB 2 CAN MB91F467T 1MB/64kB MB91F465K 544kB/16kB 1 CAN 64 pins Key MB91F464A MB91F464H 416kB/16kB 416kB/32kB 100/120 pins 144 pins Available MB91460 body portfolio overview 12 Under development 176 pins 256 pins *FlexRay Rear Light Module Demonstrator The (stand-alone) rear light module demonstrator is similar to the rear light modules of the Connectivity demonstrator. It is developed on top of a 16-bit starter kit comprising a 16FX microcontroller, the MB96F348. Clock Modulator Package: FPT-100P-M20/M22 Sub-Clock (Option) F2MC-16FX - CPU 16-bit I/O Timer 2ch 16-bit Reload Timer 4ch Output Compare 8ch Input Capture 8ch 16-bit PPG 16ch External IRQs 16ch (Low frequency PWM support) tcycle: 18ns Supply Voltage: 3V - 5.5V Clock: Internal 56MHz, Ext 4MHz, 32kHz On-chip RC Oscillator: 100kHz, 2MHz ADC 24ch The main task of the MCU is driving power MOSFETs that are switching the different bulbs and LEDs of a rear light module. Please check out the functions of the demonstrator using the control panel in manual mode or watch the operations issued in automatic mode. The implemented functions are: ■ Indicator ■ Rear light ■ Brake light ■ Fog light ■ Back-up light CAN 2ch LIN-USART (SPI) 7ch I2C Bus 2ch Real-Time Clock Sub-Clock Timer (Option) Alarm Comparator 2ch Low Voltage Reset MB96F348R Flash 544k SRAM 24k MB96F347R Flash 416k SRAM 16k MB96F346R Flash 288k SRAM 16k MB96346R Mask 288k SRAM 16k MB96345R* Mask 160k SRAM 8k External Bus Interface *Planned MB96340R FX series block diagram. Pin-compatible to MB90340 Both modes support error detection indicated by an LED in the control panel. Any broken bulb or LED can be identified. The error detection is performed even when the driver is in ‘off’ state. Broken illumination can be emulated by a removable short-circuit jumper on the control panel for each individual light. Rear light module demonstrator www.fme-mcu.com 13 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 AUTOMOTIVE solutions 16FX Product Portfolio & Features ■ 20 Dhrystone MIPS computing performance (V.2.1) ■ On-chip oscillators for short startup, clock supervisor function, sub-clock or main clock operation ■ Start-up time <1ms to RC run mode, <8ms to PLL run mode ■ Operating voltage range 3.0-5.5V ■ Internal CPU voltage reduced to 1.8V (less current consumption, less EM emissions) ■ New energy-saving options: separate clock dividers for core and peripherals ■ DMA: several channels that can be assigned to any peripheral resource - One Byte per clock cycle transfer speed ■ Embedded Debugging: firmware support for debugging via USART (no need to link a monitor kernel to application software) ■ Low voltage detection reset: available on all 16FX devices ■ Interrupt: every resource has its own interrupt. A table base register allows relocation of the base address of the interrupt vector table ■ Ports: up to 4 different input levels selectable by software ‘port input enable’ function allows pins to be left open (no termination by resistor required) Package size Pin compatible 16LX series 16FX products 144-pin - MB96F336 (288kB flash) MB96F338 (544kB flash) 144-pin - MB96F378 (544kB+32kB flash) MB96F379 (832kB flash) 120-pin - MB96384 (128kB ROM) MB96385 (160kB ROM) MB96F385 (160kB flash) MB96F386 (288kB flash) MB96F387 (416kB flash) MB96F388 (544kB+32kB flash) MB96F389 (832kB flash) 100-pin MB90340 128kB-512kB flash 128kB-256kB ROM MB90860 128kB flash / ROM MB96345R (160kB ROM) MB96346R (288kB ROM) MB96F346R (288kB flash) MB96F347R (416kB flash) MB96F348R (544kB flash) MB96F348H (544kB+32kB flash) 100-pin - MB96F395 (160kB flash) 80-pin - MB96F326 (288kB flash) 64-pin MB90350 64kB-128kB flash / ROM MB96F355 (160kB flash) MB96F356 (288kB flash) 48-pin - MB96F313 (96kB flash) MB96F315 (160kB flash) 16-bit flash microcontrollers compatibility overview. Fujitsu reserves the right to change the specification of products under development without notice ■ CAN: each channel offers 32 message buffers. Bosch C-CAN ■ PWM generation: improved programmable pulse generators offer more channels at full 16-bit resolution. Duty cycle and frequency are controlled in separate registers. www.fme-mcu.com 14 SOFTWARE solutions Software at Fujitsu For more than 13 years, Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe (FME) has been developing microcontrollers for the automobile industry. Many of the industry’s major players trust our extensive experience and are close, long-term partners of FME. We set great store in such partnerships with our customers - who can count on the reliable co-operation between our dedicated embedded software team and our hardware design centre. Our dedicated software teams in Langen, Munich and Linz work together closely from the beginning of the development process through to its completion. Software is tailored perfectly to the hardware. This philosophy of harmonised hardwaresoftware co-design allows us to develop highly innovative solutions and products. What’s more, it reduces time-to-market considerably. In addition to customised software development, we also offer our customers high quality standard products including software packages for 16 and 32-bit MCUs, complete AUTOSAR software packages like Microcontroller Abstraction Layers and Complex Device Drivers as well as software drivers for Graphics Controllers. The portfolio of graphical software is rounded up by a next-generation 3D HMI development tool environment and libraries for graphics widgets as well as software tools for simplifying the set-up and integration of Fujitsu products in new customer hardware platforms. We offer advice on the porting to FME hardware, jointly develop highly complex software drivers, graphics systems and support our customers in integrating software both on-site and off-site. A high level of service is as important to us as high product quality, on which our customers can depend. Our customers know: trust is the basis for a close partnership. That is why FME is on the road to Automotive SPICE Level-3. CGI Studio Developing 3D graphical human machine interfaces! CGI Studio represents an independent software development platform for 3D graphical human machine CGI Studio represents an independent software development platform CGI Studio provides a continuous authoring tool chain based on the ‘Scene Composer’ FME offers the perfect complement to customers’ software teams and helps them to increase their productivity. www.fme-cypho.com 15 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 SOFTWARE solutions interfaces (HMI/GUI), dedicated for instrument cluster and infotainment systems in the automotive area. Besides the 3D software engine ‘Candera’, CGI Studio provides a continuous authoring tool chain based on the ‘Scene Composer’ as well as the necessary software development process. The use of OpenGL ES 2.0 and a strict OS abstraction enables a high degree of flexibility. The package is optimised to provide a seamless process flow from the Artist over Host Design down to the Target Application and covers the specific automotive requirements on optimised performance utilisation, power consumption and early information on feasibility. The demonstrator shows a state-of-the-art 3D automotive cluster on a Fujitsu proof of concept target hardware system for nextgeneration high-end cluster SoCs. Experience in real time the new 3D HMI development platform, by operating the tool and discovering the different features. See also the immediate results by downloading the application to the target system. The demonstrator shows a state of the art 3D automotive cluster widgets for quick design of visualisation on embedded devices. CYPHO highlights: ■ Easy and quick design of visualisations on various systems ■ Ready-to-use widgets ■ Support for a wide range of languages ■ Customisable Look and Feel which is exchangeable during runtime ■ Efficient design of complex HMI ■ State-of-the-art API design ■ Proven track record in telecommunication and industry With the help of this demonstrator customers can easily experience the different application areas for the CYPHO library. It shows different types of graphical menu styles as well as several intuitive graphical user interfaces that can be assembled with the CYPHO widget library. The demonstrator hardware is based on the Fujitsu MB86R01 ‘Jade’ SoC, which runs on an ARM926EJ-S CPU Core as well as an embedded 2D/3D Graphics Controller Core. Different types of graphical menu styles CYPHO - Graphical User Interface Framework Industrial control Handbooks (Manuals) CYPHO is a graphical widget library that offers windows, controls and graphical objects required to display data on embedded devices. CYPHO enables the user to interact with various systems easily and quickly. It is designed to meet the requirements for small hardware resources. CYPHO offers a wide range of pre-defined Living environment control Heating control Widgets Language examples Automotive www.fme-cypho.com 16 GRAPHICS solutions Automotive Demo Application Virtual Instrument Cluster Car manufacturers are moving into a new technological dimension of interfacing information to the driver. Step by step, fully digital visualisations are replacing the traditional electromechanical instruments, reducing the complexity of systems and the need for numerous production variants. With a high degree of flexibility, and showing only content that is relevant to different specific driver situations help to increase safety in the vehicle. Add an individualistic element to your driving experience using multiple instrument cluster skins! (and just imagine being able to download your personal choice of skin from the web ...). This demo application was created in close co-operation with icon incar GmbH, a professional automotive design studio located in Germany. Impressive and realistic 3D capabilities (using OpenGL ES 2.0) are shown, displaying different instrument cluster content in high resolution which is related to various live situations. Basic mode is focussed on minimising the information level to allow the driver to concentrate on the essentials using harmonised design elements. Sports mode impresses the viewer with a red coloured background showing traditional needle instruments. Minimal vehicle system and economy information is displayed during Stop mode, which switches to use the complete display area. This impressive application uses the MB86298 ‘Ruby’ Graphic Processing Unit, a dedicated GPU for embedded applications. The graphics core technology in use forms the basis for next-generation Systemon-Chips, combines visual computing with automotive-specific features and introduces highly impressive application opportunities to vehicles. Basic mode - User-friendly implementation Sport mode - Clarity for the driver experience Stop mode - The flexible alternative www.fme-graphics.com 17 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 GRAPHICS solutions Industrial Demo Application – Multiple Point-of-Sale Application using APIX® Today’s industrial applications require a high degree of flexibility and adaptability for different purposes but using a common hardware and software architecture. It is essential to use platform-oriented architectures that support multiple point-of-sale applications for maximum reliability. Customer requirements for excellent graphic user interfaces grow continuously, simultaneously increasing the need for a reduction of components and costs. The PoS applications on display use the MB86R02 ‘Jade-D’ device (a member of the ‘Jade’ product family) in combination with the MB88F332 ‘Indigo’ Sprite Engine. The APIX® display link between both components allows the connection of multiple parallel displays and allows a high level of flexibility, including a return channel, which supports a touch panel. By using the same hardware and software technology, a graphical user interface can be easily modified to support different applications e.g. for restaurants, supermarkets or shops. One application shows a supermarket cashier system with an interactive touch screen to simplify intuitive and flexible operation. A further display (connected via a parallel APIX® link) shows specific information only to the customer. A second camera-based application can take a picture of a customer/user in order to virtually fit glasses on his/her face. ■ Data ■ Video ■ Power Application is showing supermarket cashier system with its interactive touch screen Application taking pictures of customers’ faces for virtual fitting of glasses 18 Graphics Solutions FME’s graphics controllers provide optimised solutions for a range of embedded environments including car navigation, head-up displays, complex virtual dashboards, instrument clusters, mobile information terminals and industrial displays. The range of single-chip graphic display sub-systems runs from compact single-chip 2D systems to high-end 3D, dual-display, eight-layer solutions. In October 2006 FME created the ‘Graphics Competence Center’ (GCC) a business unit dedicated to graphics solutions. The GCC currently has around 40 highly skilled engineers who combine excellence in hardware and software design, application engineering and technical marketing. Optimised solutions for a range of embedded environments Located in Munich, the business unit maintains close contacts with European customers to monitor market requirements for future embedded graphics applications, reflecting the industry trend towards greater functionality, performance and integration. The GCC also collaborates closely with Fujitsu in Japan on chip architecture and hardware design, producing the logic and hardware macros for new graphics processing units and also carries out development and customisation of software APIs and software tools for engineering and debugging. www.fme-graphics.com 19 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 GRAPHICS solutions Compact Indigo system Description The SK-88F332-02 ‘Compact Indigo System’ is a reference design for remote display and remote camera applications using Fujitsu’s MB88F332 ‘Indigo’ System-on-Chip. Video signals, the power supply voltage and bi-directional data communication are all transmitted via a single 4-wire connection between the display unit and the control unit using APIX® technology. The board is compatible with Fujitsu’s MB91F467S microcontroller and MB86R02 ‘Jade-D’ graphics controller featuring integrated APIX® technology. For use of the SK-88F332-02 ‘Compact Indigo System’ in combination with embedded PCs an APIX® PCI express card is available from Congatec AG. Features ■ System-on-Chip MB88F332 with integrated APIX® receiver/ transmitter ■ Brilliant 800 by 480 colour TFT with LED backlight and touch screen ■ Remote peripherals support such as UART, GPIO, ADC, PWM, I2C, sound, stepper motors ■ 4 buttons and 4 LEDs for the demonstration of MB88F332 peripheral functions ■ All MB88F332 resources connected to pin-headers on PCB for easy integration in customer applications ■ Additional 16-bit MCU on board for port expansion (i.e. connection of key matrix) Flexible reference design for extensive automotive and industrial applications ■ MB88F332 controllable via SPI Host interface by on-board MCU for stand-alone or camera applications ■ RJ-45 connector or Rosenberger connector mountable on PCB ■ Power supply via ‘Power over APIX®’, alternative 12V Power Connector, or auxiliary power Pins on RJ45 connector ■ Industrial - Automation - Vending - Digital signage - White goods - Medical - Gaming - Scales - Inspection cameras - Robotics Applications ■ Automotive - Instrument clusters - Central information displays - Heating / climate control displays - Rear seat entertainment - Rear view cameras www.inova-semiconductors.de 20 An APIX® PCIe card is available from Congatec AG enabling the ‘Compact Indigo System’ to be used in combination with embedded PCs Ordering Information SK-88F332-02 ‘Compact Indigo’ http://fme-indigo.com/order Software Support GDC-Studio http://fme-indigo.com/gdc-studio Compatible Evaluation Systems MB91F467S http://fme-indigo.com/eval1 GDC-Flasher http://fme-indigo.com/gdc-flasher MB86R02 ‘Jade-D’ Evaluation Board http://fme-indigo.com/eval2 APIX Remote Handler (Light) Software for MB91F467S http://fme-indigo.com/apix-light PCI express card for Embedded PC is available from Congatec AG http://www.congatec.com/apix.html www.fme-graphics.com 21 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 MULTIMEDIA solutions Portable HD Video Recorder for industrial applications ■ H.264 HD Half-duplex Codec (MB86H45/H46) - Video and Audio compression - HD and SD encoding formats - Integrated Up/Down Scaler - Low power consumption (H45: - 500mW / H46: 700mW) - Memory on Chip - FBGA 650-pin, 15 x 15mm, ball pitch 0.5mm ■ Micro storage (Fraunhofer IIS) - Recording and Playback function - Using Compact Flash - HD-SDI for ASI TS input/output - Configuration via touch screen - Full battery-powered 9-36V Audio-in Audio Codec I2 S Headphone MB86H51 Power Supply Clock TS I 2S SMPTE259M/ BT.656 Local Bus µC HD-SDI FPGA SPI ARM7TDMI G-Force Angle SPI The Dream Team for HDTV Shooting In combination with the well-known microHDTV camera from Fraunhofer IIS, this new small HD broadcast storage device, based on Fujitsu’s H.264 Codec, completes the Fraunhofer HD recording system. As small as the camera, the microStorage works on the basis of commercial Compact Flash Cards that can be easily exchanged. microStorage is the ideal complement for broadcast applications using small HD cameras as microHDTV, where cameras will be placed, e.g. within a race car or as helmet cameras. The microStorage excels in being robust against power loss and corrupt files. HD-SDI SPI LCD + Touch IDE Bus CF-Card Temp. RTC FRAM RS-485 MB86H51 block diagram HD broadcast storage device based on Fujitsu’s H.264 Codec, completes the Fraunhofer HD recording system Contact: Mr. Stephan Gick mailto: [email protected] Phone: +49 9131 776 5120 22 www.iis.fraunhofer.de/bf/ bv/ksbs/microstorage.jsp Quick-to-market solution for Pointof-Sale/Advertising Nettronix in Italy exploited the features of SmartMPEG-C (MB86H35) and developed a reference design for a cost-attractive solution in the area of PoS/Digital Signage. Optionally a front panel or touch LCD panel can be used for a more sophisticated GUI for user interactivity. The device performs playback of MPEG-2 content from a USB stick or NAND flash, which can contain several advertisement video files that can be played back sequentially. System configuration ■ SmartMPEG-C (MB86H35) - Dual MPEG-2 [email protected] Decoder - 32-bit ARC Tangent A4 CPU @ 202MHz - Low power consumption (250 to 450mW) - USB 2.0 OTG High Speed ■ Decoder Module - SmartMPEG-C - DDRAM (256 Mbit/16-bit) - USB 2.0 OTG High Speed - Boot from P- (256 Mbit/16-bit) or S-Flash (32 Mbit) - 3.3V single supply voltage ■ Base Board - A and B type USB connector - RS232 connector - 24-bit LCD connector - RGB & Composite Video Out - Bi-directional IR interface - Touch screen controller - Front panel I/F connector - Stereo audio output (2 x 250mW) RS232 USB 1 IR USB 2 External Bus Decoder board Video Front Panel IF MB86H35 Audio TS1 LCD I2C 16-bit PFLASH/NAND E2PROM Touch Base board power supplies MB86H35 base and decoder board block diagram Point-of-Sale (MB86H35) Contact: Mr. Maurizio Canton mailto: [email protected] Phone +39-039-513 969 www.nettronix.eu/HMI/ H35SmartMPEG.html 23 FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS SHORTFORM BROCHURE FOR EMBEDDED WORLD 2010 SEMINARS at FME, 2010 Langen, Frankfurt Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe (FME) offers in-house seminars at its headquarters in Langen, near Frankfurt. These seminars are organised as single or two day events to convey product and/or technology know-how. All seminars are headed by at least one of our specialists and you are cordially invited to share experiences with them and the other participants. Content details, dates, place availability, together with the online registration form can be found on our website. FlexRayTM Seminar, 16/17 March 2010 in Langen, Frankfurt The seminar provides a basic knowledge of: ■ Time-triggered communication systems ■ The differences between these and event-driven systems ■ The influences of these differences on the application design within FlexRayTM networks. Participants will receive an introduction to the FlexRayTM protocol standard and the physical layer, as well as working through practical exercises of how to configure a FlexRayTM node and the overall network. Each participant will receive a FlexRayTM starter kit. More details on contents can be found on our website. EMC Seminar, 20/21 April 2010 in Langen, Frankfurt Gain a basic knowledge of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), physical causes of EMC problems and the resulting influences on MCU applications. You will learn from experts: ■ The most important EMC elements ■ Types of interference ■ Interference phenomena ■ Combinations of interference ■ Forming the requirements for the suppressing of interference ■ Planning and protecting EMC optimised designs. The effects of the most common EMC problems will be clearly demonstrated. Participants will receive an introduction to the emission and interference immunity of integrated circuits, optimisation methods for PCBs and work through practical examples that let you correctly evaluate all aspects of EMC interference and its available countermeasures. More details on contents can be found on our website. www.fme-seminars.com 24 25 Fujitsu SPECIALIST DISTRIBUTORS Fujitsu’s network of value-add specialist Distributors provides local technical and commercial support to help identify the right Fujitsu component for your application. Supporting Fujitsu’s extensive range of microcontrollers, multimedia decoders and codecs, graphics SoCs, as well as other high-end components, our local Distribution partners can provide you with application, software and system support to enable you to achieve a fast time-to-market. 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