Z8FMC16100 Series Dev Kit Quick Start Guide Datasheet by Zilog

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Introduction
This quick start guide describes how to set up Zilog’s Z8FMC16100 Series Motor Control
Development Kit and use it to evaluate your motor control designs and applications.
The Z8FMC16100 Series Motor Control Development Kit features a Motor Control Mod-
ular Development System (MC MDS) daughter board mounted on a 3-Phase Motor Con-
trol Application Board (see Figure 1). The MC MDS board consists of 32-LQFP
Z8FMC16100 chip and a DBG connector to connect the kit to a host development PC via
the USB Smart Cable. The 3-Phase Motor Control Application Board provides spade lug
connectors for the 3-phase motor and fused spade lug connectors for an adjustable 24 V
DC, 3 A workbench power source.
This document guides you through the following:
Power supply requirements to power the 3-phase motor supplied with the kit
How to run the kit’s preloaded sample code in standalone mode
How to connect the kit to your development PC
Running the sample code in Zilog Developer System II (
ZDS II
) Debug mode
Kit Contents
All hardware (except an external adjustable power supply) software and documentation
required to evaluate the Zilog motor control solution is included within the Z8FMC16100
Series Motor Control Development Kit. For details about kit contents, refer to the
Z8FMC16100 Series Motor Control Development Kit Packing List (PAK0006). The sam-
ple code used in this development kit is based on the Sensorless Brushless DC Motor Con-
trol with Z8 Encore! MC Microcontrollers Application Note (AN0226). The latest sample
code for this project (AN0226-SC01) can be downloaded at www.zilog.com.
System Requirements
Table 1 lists the system requirements for running
ZDS II
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Always use a grounding strap to prevent damage resulting from electro-
static discharge (ESD).
External Power Supply Requirements
The 3-phase motor shipped with your development kit requires power from an adjustable
external power source. The external power source must provide 0 V DC to 24 V DC power
at 3 A. The adjustable power supply leads must be fitted with spade lugs that connects to
spade lugs (P4 and P5) on the 3-Phase Motor Control Application Board (see Figure 1).
Running in Standalone Mode
The Z8FMC16100 Series Motor Control Development Kit is shipped with the sample
code from the application note AN0226 preloaded into the Z8FMC16100 chip’s internal
Flash memory.
This section describes a series of steps for setting up the kit and running the sample code
in standalone mode.
Table 1. ZDS II System Requirements
Recommended Configuration Minimum Configuration
Windows XP Professional SP3 or later
Pentium IV 2.2GHz processor or Higher
1024MB RAM or Higher
135 MB hard disk space (includes
Application and Documentation)
Super VGA Video Adapter
CD-ROM for installation
USB High-Speed port (when using USB
Smart Cable)
Ethernet port (when using Ethernet
Smart Cable)
RS232 communication port with
hardware flow control
Internet browser (Internet Explorer or
Netscape)
Windows XP Professional
Pentium IV 1.2GHZ processor
512 MB RAM
50 MB hard disk space (only includes
Application)
Super VGA Video Adapter
CD-ROM for installation
USB Full-Speed port (when using USB
Smart Cable)
RS232 communication port with
hardware flow control
Internet browser (Internet Explorer or
Netscape)
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Step 1. Connect the 3-Phase Motor to the Kit
The 24 V DC 3-phase motor included with the kit features three spade connectors that plug
into spade lugs P1, P2 and P3 on the 3-Phase Motor Control Application Board. Connect
the motor leads to the spade lugs on the 3-Phase Motor Control Application Board as
shown in Figure 2.
Figure 1. MC MDS Board Mounted on 3-Phase Motor Control Application Board
Step 2. Set Switches and Jumpers
For initial setup, configure your jumpers and switches as indicated below.
J2, DIS RS232 OUT (shunt not installed)
J3, DIS IRDA IN (shunt installed)
J4 2-3
J5 2-3
J6 2-3
Switch S1 to the far left position
Switch S2 to the RUN position
DBG Connector
Pin 1
MC MDS Board
3-Phase Motor Control
Application Board
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Speed Potentiometer R7 to its mid-point
Refer to the Z8FMC16100 Series Motor Control Motor Control Development Kit User
Manual (UM0192) for detailed jumper descriptions.
Figure 2. Z8FMC16100 Series Motor Control Development Kit Motor
and DBG Connections
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Step 3. Configure the 5 V DC Universal Power Supply
The universal power supply kit features different plug adapters in one box and the power
supply in another. The power supply ships with a slide-out plate that must be removed to
insert the location-specific plug adapter.
Observe the following steps to configure the 5 V DC universal power supply:
a. Remove the slide-out plate.
b. Select the AC plug adapter appropriate for your locale and insert it into the slot that
remains after removing the slide-out plate.
c. Slide the new plug adapter into the slot until it snaps into place.
For convenience, you can leave the adapter slot cover in place and plug in a standard
computer equipment AC power cord (purchased separately) between the AC cord recepta-
cle on the end of the power supply and an electrical outlet.
Step 4. Connect the 5 V DC Universal Power Supply to the
MC MDS Board
Connect the 5 V DC power supply to the MC MDS board at connector P1, then plug the
supply into an electrical outlet. The green 3.3 V DC LED D4 illuminates when power is
applied and LED D3 blinks.
Step 5. Set the Adjustable Power Supply to 0 V DC and
Connect It to the 3-Phase Motor Control Application Board
To avoid damage to the development kit, check the power supply con-
nection polarities as you follow the instructions below.
Observe the following steps to adjust and connect the power supply to the application
board.
a. Set your adjustable power supply to 0 V DC.
b. Connect the negative (–) lead of your adjustable power supply to spade lug
connector P5 on the 3-Phase Motor Control Application Board.
c. Connect the positive (+) lead of your adjustable power supply to spade lug
connector P4 on the 3-Phase Motor Control Application Board.
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Step 6. Apply Power to the Motor
The sample code causes Direction SWITCH S1 to change the direction of motor spin.
Run/Stop SWITCH S2 is set to turn the motor ON and OFF, and Speed Potentiometer R7
allows you to change the direction of motor spin and motor speed.
Observe the following steps to gradually apply power to the motor.
a. Slowly increase the adjustable power supply to 24 V DC. The 3-phase motor begins
to spin.
b. Experiment with the switches to see how simple it is to control the motor using the
Z8FMC16100 MCU installed on the kit’s MC MDS board.
Step 7. Power Down the Motor and Development Kit
After seeing how the sample code operates, turn the adjustable power supply to 0 V DC
and unplug the 5 V DC universal power supply from the MC MDS board.
Executing Sample Code in Debug Mode using ZDS II
Observe the following steps to execute the sample code in debug mode using
ZDS II
.
1. Stop the preloaded sample code and turn power to the 3-phase motor and MC MDS
board off.
2. Install ZDS II – Z8FMC16100 Series Motor Control Series Software.
3. Install the USB Smart Cable driver software and USB Smart Cable.
4. Connect the USB Smart Cable to the MC MDS board.
5. Download and run the sample code in Debug mode using
ZDS II
.
Step 1. Stop the Preloaded Sample Code
If you have not already done so, apply the adjustable power supply to 0 V DC and unplug
the 5 V DC universal power supply from the MC MDS board.
Step 2. Install the ZDS II – Z8FMC16100 Series Motor Control
Series Software
Observe the following steps to install the
ZDS II
software tool.
a. Insert the ZDS II CD into your computer’s CD-ROM drive. DemoShield launches
automatically. If DemoShield does not launch automatically, open the Windows
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Explorer, browse to your CD-ROM drive, and double-click the launch.exe file to
launch the installer.
b. DemoShield provides several installation options. Select Install Zilog Developer
Studio to install now. You can install other software and accompanying
documentation later.
c. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Step 3. Install the USB Smart Cable Driver Software and
USB Smart Cable
The USB Smart Cable connects the development kit to a high-speed or full-speed USB
port on your
ZDS II
host system. Its internal opto-isolator electrically isolates the develop-
ment kit circuitry from the USB Smart Cable.
The USB Smart Cable is enclosed in a black box that connects to the host PC via a USB
cable (included in kit). The USB Smart Cable housing is connected to the development kit
via a six-circuit ribbon cable.
Install the USB Smart Cable for your operating system, as described below. Do not con-
nect power to either the MC MDS board or application board before connecting a USB
Smart Cable to the host PC and development board.
32- and 64-Bit Windows 7
Observe the following steps to install the USB Smart Cable and associated driver software
for Windows 7 systems.
a. Connect the USB Smart Cable to the host PC. The Found New Hardware dialog
box is displayed.
b. Select Locate and install driver software (recommended). The User Account
Control window is displayed; click Continue. The Driver Software Installation
window is displayed, followed by the Found New Hardware–USB Smart Cable
dialog box.
c. Select I don't have the disc. Show me other options.
d. Select Browse my computer for driver software (advanced).
e. Browse to one of the following driver directories based on the Win 7 OS you use.
For 32-bit Windows 7 systems:
<ZDS II Installation Directory>\device drivers\USB\x32
<ZDS II Installation CD>\device drivers\USB\x32
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For 64-bit Windows 7 systems:
<ZDS II Installation Directory>\device drivers\USB\x64
<ZDS II Installation CD>\device drivers\USB\x64
f. Click Next.The Windows Security dialog box is displayed.
g. Select Install this driver software anyway.
h. When the software has been installed successfully, click Close.
32- and 64-Bit Windows Vista
Observe the following steps to install the USB Smart Cable and associated driver software
for Windows Vista systems.
a. Connect the USB Smart Cable to the host PC. The Found New Hardware dialog
box is displayed.
b. Select Locate and install driver software (recommended). The User Account
Control window is displayed; click Continue. The Driver Software Installation
window is displayed, followed by the Found New Hardware–USB Smart Cable
dialog box.
c. Select I don't have the disc. Show me other options.
d. Select Browse my computer for driver software (advanced).
e. Browse to one of the following driver directories based on the Vista OS you use.
For 32-bit Vista systems:
<ZDS II Installation Directory>\device drivers\USB\x32
<ZDS II Installation CD>\device drivers\USB\x32
For 64-bit Vista systems:
<ZDS II Installation Directory>\device drivers\USB\x64
<ZDS II Installation CD>\device drivers\USB\x64
f. Click Next.The Windows Security dialog box is displayed.
g. Select Install this driver software anyway.
h. When the software has been installed successfully, click Close.
Windows XP
Observe the following steps to install the USB Smart Cable for Windows XP systems.
a. Connect the Zilog USB device to the Host PC. The Found New Hardware Wizard
should activate automatically after connecting the Zilog USB device for the first
time; Select No, not at this time if asked to connect to Windows® Update.
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b. Select Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) and click Next.
If the Windows Logo testing dialog appears, select Continue Anyway.
c. Select Search for the best driver in these locations and Include this location
in search:.
d. Browse to the following directory and click Next:
<ZDS installation>\device drivers\USB\x32
e. Find the appropriate driver, and click Next.
f. Click Finish to complete the installation.
Windows 2000
Observe the following steps to install the USB Smart Cable for Windows 2000 systems.
a. Connect the Zilog USB device to the Host PC. The Found New Hardware Wizard
should activate automatically after connecting the Zilog USB device for the first
time.
b. Click Next in the Found New Hardware Wizard after it has been activated.
c. Select Search for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended) and click
Next.
d. Select Specify a location and click Next.
e. Browse to the following directory and click OK:
<ZDS installation>\device drivers\USB\x32
f. Find the appropriate driver, and click Next.
g. Click Finish to complete the installation.
Step 4. Connect the USB Smart Cable to the MC MDS Board
Observe the following steps to Connect the USB Smart Cable to the MC MDS Board.
1. Attach one end of the six-conductor ribbon cable (included) to the USB Smart Cable’s
six-pin DBG connector. Pin 1 of the ribbon cable is indicated by a dark stripe (see Fig-
ure 3).
2. Attach the free end of the ribbon cable to the DBG connector on the MC MDS board.
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Figure 3. Connecting the Six-Conductor Ribbon Cable to the USB Smart Cable
Step 5. Download and Run the Sample Code in Debug Mode
Observe the following steps to open the motordemo.zdsproj sample project (see the
AN0226-SC01.zip file, downloadable from zilog.com) and run the sample code in Debug
mode using ZDS II.
a. Ensure that the switches and jumpers on the MC MDS board are set as described
in Step 2. Set Switches and Jumpers on page 3.
b. Connect and apply power to the development kit as described in Running in
Standalone Mode on pages 2 through 6.
Do not apply power to the MC MDS board or application board unless
the USB Smart Cable is connected both to the host PC and to the devel-
opment board’s DBG port.
c. Run the
ZDS II
software. By default, the Zilog Developer Studio II program is
located in the Start menu under:
Programs ZiLOG ZDS II_Z8Encore!_<version_number>
ZDS II_Z8Encore!_<version_number>
d. Select Open Project from the File menu. The Open Project dialog box appears.
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e. Browse to the Samples folder for the motordemo.zdsproj file, located by
default in the following filepath:
c:\Program Files\ZiLOG\ZDSII_Z8Encore!_<version_number>\
samples\Z8FMC16\Z8FMC16_MotorDemo\src
f. Select the motordemo.zdsproj file and click Open. The initial
ZDS II
program
screen opens (see Figure 4). To view the project source files, double-click the
Project Files folder on left side of the IDE interface. Double-click the individual
file to open the file in the
ZDS II
file editor.
Figure 4. Zilog Developer Studio II Opening Screen
The above figure is for reference only. You may have a newer version of
the software.
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g. Select the correct debug tool using Project Settings Debugger Debug
Tool. For example, Select USBSmartCable when using the USB Smart Cable.
Click F1 for additional information about how to set up the debugger.
h. Click OK.
i. Click the Rebuild All icon to build the project. Wait for the
build to complete as indicated by the Build Complete
confirmation in the Status window at the bottom of the screen.
j. Click the Reset icon to connect and download the code to the
development board.
When the Option Bits Warning dialog box appears (see Fig-
ure 5), click Yes to continue.
Figure 5. Option Bits Warning Dialog Box
k. Click Go to start the program.
The screen changes, as illustrated in Figure 6.
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Reset
Icon
Rebuild
All Icon
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Icon
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Figure 6. Zilog Developer Studio II Active Screen
l. Slowly increase the adjustable 24 V DC power source from 0 V DC to 24 V DC. The
3-phase motor should start running. If the motor does not run, start over from Step c
on page 10.
m. Use the Direction Switch S1 to change the direction in which the motor spins. Use
Speed Potentiometer R7 to adjust the motor RPM.
For more information about using Zilog Developer Studio II and building projects for your
Z8
FMC16100 Series Motor Control D
evelopment Kit, refer to the Zilog Developer Studio
II Z8 Encore! User Manual (UM0130).
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Troubleshooting Tips
If you experience trouble running the sample code with the Z8FMC16100 Series Motor
Control Development kit, determine if any of the following items can resolve the issue
before contacting Zilog Technical Support for assistance.
Verify that you are using ZDS II version 5.0.0 or later.
Ensure that you are using the unmodified sample project code as described in Execut-
ing Sample Code in Debug Mode using ZDS II on page 6.
Verify that you have properly connected the USB Opto-Isolator Smart Cable to the
host PC and the MC MDS board as described in Step 3. Install the USB Smart Cable
Driver Software and USB Smart Cable on page 7. Ensure that pin 1 of the cable is
properly aligned with DBG connector pin 1 of the MC MDS board.
After you have connected the 5 V DC power supply to the MC MDS board, the green
3.3 V DC LED D4 must be illuminated. If it is not illuminated, verify that power is
properly connected to the board as described in Step 4. Connect the 5 V DC Universal
Power Supply to the MC MDS Board on page 5.
•In
ZDS II
, navigate to Project Settings Debugger Communication and
verify that the serial number for the USB Opto-Isolator Smart Cable interface is pres-
ent and selected. If the serial number is missing, reinstall the USB Opto-Isolator Smart
Cable driver software.
In ZDS II, verify that Z8FMC16100KITG - USB is selected as the target.
•In
ZDS II
, click the Rebuild All button. Verify that the project rebuilds with no
errors.
Verify that the development board is not currently running any code the motor
should not be spinning.
Try reloading the sample project as described in Executing Sample Code in Debug
Mode using ZDS II on page 6.
If you perform these steps and cannot get the sample code to run, contact Zilog Technical
Support at www.zilog.com.
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