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Embedded Application Development System (EADS).
R8C/Tiny EADS contains a BaseBoard and few Micon Top Boards. The Micon Top Board comes as a small circular PCB with the microcontroller soldered along with its clock driving circuits and programming facility. You can plug the Micon Top Board on the Baseboard to evaluate that particular R8C/Tiny.
The Baseboard carries various interfacing options like Multiplexed LED displays, LCD module with 2 line X 16 characters, keyboard with 4X4 matrix, Push Button Switches, Point LEDs, Toggle switches, Analog voltage source, I2C bus devices like RTC and EEPROM and etc. This wide range of peripherals enable you to study many interfacing options using R8C/Tiny devices.
This EADS gives a working hardware platform to test and design new applications along with the code generation software, SANGO. The SANGO generates application code in C for these R8C/Tiny microcontrollers covering all the features of the microcontroller to enable the designers conceive and test their new designs with ease and confidence.
In short, this R8C/Tiny EADS is designed to impart desired technical knowledge about Renesas's 16 bit architecture and its real time applications.
The R8C/Tiny EADS contains these important parts:
Micon Top Board
The EADS have a separate Top Board for Micon device. Top Board comes with the EADS as standard. These Top Boards carry relevant clock and flash programming circuits meant for R8C Micon. All the pins of the microcontroller are terminated in the FRC headers. The board has facility to connect E8 Emulator.
EADS - Base Board
The Base board comes with many interfacing options:
Circuit implementation in EADS.
As you can observe, all the lines of the EADS are terminated with connectors containing five spring loaded pins. The internal spring mechanism can hold the single strand wires in place. The required circuit connection can be established when the single strand wires are properly inserted in these terminal pins.
The documentation of all these modules clearly indicate the respective circuit implementation for every study and application.