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                                                                          EeRom-8U User’s Guide

                                                 Electronic Engineering Tools,              Inc.

                                                 549 Weddell Drive

                                                 Sunnyvale, CA 94089, USA

                                                 www.eetools.com

                                                 support@eetools.com

                                                 Tel: (408) 734-8184

                                                 Fax:: (408) 734-8185

Copyright    ©  1992-2002    by  E.  E.  Tools,  Inc.  All  rights  reserved.     No  part  of    this

publication  may  be  reproduced,    stored  in  a  retrieval    system,  or  transmitted,  in    any

form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise,

without prior written permission from E. E. Tools, Inc.

                             DISCLAIMER

E. E. Tools, Inc. MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE

CONTENTS     HEREOF   AND    SPECIFICALLY        DISCLAIMS     ANY  IMPLIED       WARRANTIES      OF

MECHANTIBILLY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Further, E. E. Tools, Inc.

reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in

the content hereof without obligation of E. E. Tools, Inc. to notify any person of such

revision or changes.

EEROM-8U and the E. E. Tools logo are trademarks of E. E. Tools, Inc.

INTEL is a trademark of Intel Corporation.

Motorola is a trademark of Motorola Inc.

Microsoft is a registered trademark, and Windows, Windows98, Windows Me, Windows

NT, and Windows2000 Professional are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

All  other   trademarks  or  registered     trademarks      are  property     of  their  respective

companies.

www.eetools.com                              -2-
EeRom-8U User’s Guide

                       CONTENTS

DISCLAIMER ..................................................................................................................................................2

CONTENTS ....................................................................................................................................................3

CHAPTER........................................................................................................................................................5

I. INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................6

II. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................7

CHAPTER........................................................................................................................................................9

I. USB DRIVER SETUP AND SOFTWARE INSTALLATION .............................................................10

1. To Install USB Driver........................................................................................ 10

2. To Install EeRom-8U Software ......................................................................... 10

II. HARDWARE SETUP AND INSTALLATION ...................................................................................12

1. EeRom-8U Features ........................................................................................ 12

2. To install Hardware ......................................................................................... 13

CHAPTER......................................................................................................................................................15

I. SOFTWARE ...........................................................................................................................................16

1. Toolbar Icons ................................................................................................. 16

2. Operation menu.............................................................................................. 19

1). Files ............................................................................................................................................................. 19

2). Buffer........................................................................................................................................................... 19

3). Transfer...................................................................................................................................................... 19

4). Target.......................................................................................................................................................... 20

5). Help ............................................................................................................................................................. 20

3. Structure......................................................................................................... 20

1). EEROM Control......................................................................................................................................... 20

2). Project Control......................................................................................................................................... 21

3). Option......................................................................................................................................................... 23

II. KEY PERFORMING EXAMPLE..........................................................................................................24

1. Program performs for the first time................................................................. 24

2. Data Split Mode............................................................................................... 24

CHAPTER......................................................................................................................................................26

I. TROUBLESHOOTING .........................................................................................................................27

Regardless of the symptom, verify the following: ................................................ 27

                       -3-       www.eetools.com
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Verifies, but target does not run ......................................................................... 27

Common problems and solutions........................................................................ 28

II. TECHNICAL SUPPORT .....................................................................................................................30

1. Calling Customer Support ............................................................................... 30

2. Service Information ......................................................................................... 30

3. Limited One-Year Warranty ............................................................................. 31

CHAPTER......................................................................................................................................................33

PIN ARRAY OF EEROM-8U ...................................................................................................................34

OPTION BOARD .....................................................................................................................................34

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                                    Chapter

                                         1

                       INTRODUTION  AND

                       REQUIREMENT

                       -5-          www.eetools.com
                                                                            EeRom-8U User’s Guide

I. INTRODUCTION

EeRom-8U      ROM   Emulator    is  aimed  at  developers   who      focus  on    making    ROM  based

programs and data including embedded systems, BIOS, video games, robotics, printer

drivers, graphic controller, postscript interpreters, character font libraries, and other

ROM    based  application.  In  general,   the   emulator       is  used  during  program    and   data

developing period to eliminate the frustration of repeated EPROM burn-erase cycles.

EeRom-8U      ROM   Emulator    easily  plugs   in  place   of  the  ROM    through    the   emulator’s

target adapter.

Other    ROM  Emulators   can   emulate    only     EPROM.  But     EeRom-8U      ROM  Emulator    can

emulate many types of memories (EPROM, Flash-ROM, EEPROM, NVRAM) currently used.

So EeRom-8U ROM Emulator can be called a “memory emulator”. Also EeRom-8U can

properly operate with user’s board using 8bit/16bit/32bit data bus. EeRom-8U ROM

Emulator adopts USB interface. This helps the user to have faster communication speed

than the parallel port. From this, the user can enormously reduce the developing time

and adopt high speed SRAM(12ns) for matching well with high speed RISC and CISC

CPU.     Therefore  both    professional   and      novice  program       developers   will  find  that

EeRom-8U ROM Emulator can be an exceptional valuable tool.

      <  The Characteristics of EeRom-8U >

①        High speed USB interface (Supports Plug & Play)

②        1M Byte (8M bit) / sec download speed

③        Supports 8bit data bus by itself

④        Uses 1MB high speed memory for proper emulation : 12ns high speed SRAM

⑤        Supports EeRom-8U without outside electric power supply

⑥        Convenient software environment: supports Windows /98/ME/2000/XP

⑦        Supports hex (Intel/Motorola type), binary file format

⑧        Safety circuit against inverse insertion

www.eetools.com                                 -6-
EeRom-8U User’s Guide

II. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

The requirements to use the Windows graphical application are:

ƒ Processor: IMB PC or compatible, Pentium / 100 MHz or better

ƒ RAM: 5 MB

ƒ DISK: 5 MB

ƒ Port : USB

ƒFloppy drive for installation (unless obtained on the Internet, www.eetools.com

ƒ OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP

TARGET SYSTEMS

Your target board requires the following memory type for proper emulation

with EeRom-8U. The basic EeRom-8U unit supports 8Mbits with 45NS memory.

                EeRom-8U      Software Setting

              For supporting  for Target Memory

             EEU100s needed   ( Memory Type )

EPROM                  27C64  EPROM (2764)       8K

DATA : 8BIT     27C128        EPROM (27128)      16K

                27C256        EPROM (27256)      32K

                27C512        EPROM (27512)      64K

                27C010        EPROM (27010)      128K

                27C020        EPROM (27020)      256K

                27C040        EPROM (27040)      512K

                27C080        EPROM (27080)      1M

EEPROM                 2864   EEPROM (2864)      8K

DATA : 8BIT            28512  EEPROM (28256)     32K

FLASH ROM              29512  FLASH (29512)      64K

DATA : 8BIT            29010  FLASH (29010)      128K

                       29020  FLASH (29020)      256K

                       29040  FLASH (29040)      512K

                              -7-                    www.eetools.com
                                                              EeRom-8U User’s Guide

Supported  PLCC Socket  PLCC  32  Pin;   ADP28:32PLCC-TO-28DIP,  ADP32:32PLCC-

                        TO-32DIP)

Memory         Size                           Supported Memory

Type       (Bytes)

2764       8K           2764/A, 27C64, 27HC64

27128      16K          27128/A/B/D/DI, 27C128

27256      32K          27256, 27C256, 27H256, 27BV256, 27LV256

27512      64K          27512/AS, 27C512, 27LV512

27010      128K         27C010, 27H010, 27HB010, 27LV010/A/L

27020      256K         27C020, 27BV020, 27LV020, 27LC020, 27SF020, 27E020

27040      512K         27040, 27C040/Q, 27BV040, 27LV040

27080      1M           27C080, 27LV080

2864       8K           2864A/AE/B/BE,   28C64/A/AX,  28HC64/B,  28PC64/E,  28BV64,

                        28LV64/B

28256      32K          28C256, 28HC256

29512      64K          29C512, 29EE512/A, 29SF512

29010      128K         29010/L/V, 29C010A, 29F010/A/B, 29EE010/A,29SF010

29020      256K         29C020, 29EE020/A

29040      512K         29040/A/L/AL/V, 29F040/B

29080      1M           Special port is required.

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                                     Chapter

                                     2

                       SETUP AND

                       INSTALLATION

                       -9-           www.eetools.com
                                                                  EeRom-8U User’s Guide

I. USB DRIVER SETUP AND SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

1. To Install USB Driver

If you are the first time user, when you connect EeRom-8U and USB Cable, PC will

install Hardware Wizard by Plug and Play function in order to find the corresponding

drive.  As  following    the  Hardware   Wizard,   choose  ERUSB.INF     provided   with    the

instrument and install the driver. Afterwards, the program is saved to your PC so that

whenever    you  connect      EeRom-8U,  the  PC   automatically  finds  the   corresponding

driver and installs it.

2. To Install EeRom-8U Software

1). Run the SETUP.EXE file located on the provided install version program, then a

startup screen appears as shown below.

                              Picture 1. Welcome message.

2).     Follow  the  on-screen  instruction,  and  choose  a  directory  that  you  desire  to

install the program.

www.eetools.com                          - 10 -
EeRom-8U User’s Guide

                  Picture 2. Choosing the directory for installation

3). Click “Program” from the “Start” menu, and select program folder.

                       Picture 3. Selecting program folder

4).  After  this  is  done,  go  back  to  Program  Folder  that  you  typed  and  run  the

program.

                                       - 11 -                          www.eetools.com
                                                                EeRom-8U User’s Guide

II.  HARDWARE SETUP AND INSTALLATION

1.   EeRom-8U Features

     1). EeRom-8U is a very high speed Memory Emulator made upon USB 1.1 Spec.

     2). Up to 8 instruments can be connected, and the Software supports 16bit Split

     Mode and 32bit Split Mode as well.

     3). USB Since EeRom-8U uses 5V power from USB Cable, no additional Target

     power or power adaptor is required.

     4). Convenient Reset Control by the Software is provided.

                          ④    ⑤                                   ⑤     ④

     ③

     ②

                 ①

        Picture 4-1. EeRom-8U                             Picture  4-2.  EeRom-8U

     ①  32pin Cable Socket

     ②  Reset Out port

     ③  Power LED(RED) and Status LED(2   color-Green  /  Red)

     ④  Target Voltage Select(3V / 5V)

     ⑤  USB Cable Socket

www.eetools.com                           - 12 -
EeRom-8U User’s Guide

2.  To install Hardware

    ► All items composing EeRom-8U

    Supported Type                          Item                   Quantity

    Both               Installation Disk                           1

                       USB Cable ( AB Type)                        1

                       Reset Clip Cable                            1

                       User’s Manual                               1

                       EeRom-8U Emulator Main                      1

    1). Connect EeRom-8U and PC using USB Cable.

    2). Check that a red light of Power LED is on.

    3). Select EeRom-8U switch to either 3.3V or 5V depending upon Target power,

    and plug it in Target

    4). Plug Cable’s socket in where Target memory is placed after checking the pin

    number.

    5). Turn on Target and download desired files using EeRom-8U.

    After downloading the files, EeRom-8U Software automatically resets and starts

    Target.

    * Reset : A user can select current Reset function of EeRom-8U with options.

    Choose Reset type (Reset High-Active High, Reset Low-Active Low) and Reset

    signal time (millisecond) from Software option.

    Click Target Run, and Target starts with Reset.

    6). Turn off Target and remove EeRom-8U from the Target.

                                    - 13 -                         www.eetools.com
                                                                    EeRom-8U  User’s  Guide

                 Picture  5.  EeRom-8U  Driver  showed  in  Device  Manager

www.eetools.com                         - 14    -
EeRom-8U User’s Guide

                                    Chapter

                                    3

                       EeRom-8U

                       QUICK-START

                       TUTORIAL

                       - 15 -       www.eetools.com
                                                    EeRom-8U User’s Guide

I. SOFTWARE

                    Picture 6.  EeRom-8U Software.

1. Toolbar Icons .

Project Open        : Opening   existing project or making new  project.  The  file

type is *.erp.

                    Picture 7.  Project Open Dialogue Box

www.eetools.com                 - 16 -
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          Project Save : Saving new project or changes made to project.

          File Add : Adding new file to project.

                        Picture 8.  Add File Dialogue Box

          File Remove : Removing file from project.

          Buffer Editor : Showing the data of added files to project in order.

                        Picture 9.  Buffer Editor

                                    - 17 -                 www.eetools.com
                                                                   EeRom-8U User’s Guide

Hide Program : Hiding program in Tray Icon Box.

Tray Icon Box is where the bottom right of Window screen.

Hide Popup Menu : The Menu appears when you place your mouse’s pointer

to the icon in Tray Icon Box and click once the right button of your mouse.

                    Picture 10.  Tray Icon and Popup Menu

Exit Program : Exiting program.

Show S/W : Returning program to Window screen.

Quick download and Run : Performing Target Reset and Target Run with

downloading under the circumstance that program is hidden.

Double clicking icon in Tray Icon Box results in the same.

Download            :  Loading   each  file  to   Buffer  and  download  it  to  EeRom-8U

that is assigned from            Project Control Page.

Upload : Sending the data that is downloaded to EeRom-8U device to PC

Buffer and showing in Buffer Editor.

Verify           :  Comparing    file  that   is   loaded  in  Buffer   and  data  that  is

downloaded in EeRom-8U and showing errors if any occurs.

Target           Run   :  Performing   Reset   to  start   Target  and  letting  EeRom-8U

perform.

Target Stop : Stopping EeRom-8U at Target.

www.eetools.com                        - 18 -
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2. Operation menu

                           Picture 11.  Main Menu

1). Files

Add File : Adding new file to project.

Remove File : Removing file from project.

Load or Create Project : Opening existing project or making new project.

Reopen      :  Reopening   selected  project  from  a  list  of  created  projects  after

            opening program.

Save Project : Saving any changes made to project.

Save Project As... : Saving project as different name.

Hide : Hiding Window screen in Tray Icon Box.

Exit Program : Exiting program.

2). Buffer

Edit Buffer : Showing added files to project in order.

3). Transfer

File Download : Loading each file to Buffer and downloading it to EeRom-8U

                       that is assigned from Project Control Page.

File Upload : Sending data that is downloaded to EeRom-8U device to PC

                   Buffer

                              - 19 -                                www.eetools.com
                                                              EeRom-8U User’s Guide

    Verify : Comparing file that is loaded in Buffer and data that is downloaded

               in EeRom-8U and showing errors if any occurs.

    4). Target

    Target Run : Performing Reset to start Target and letting EeRom-8U perform.

    Target Stop : Stopping EeRom-8U at Target.

    5). Help

3.  Structure

    Hardware and Project Control Tab is at the right of the main screen.

    1). EEROM Control

    Working on this page before starting any project is recommended.

                        Picture 12. ‘EEROM Control’ Section

    Items : Up to 8 EeRom-8U can be connected.

    Serial /Ver. : Serial number and Hardware version of the connected EeRom-

    8U appear, and “Not            Connected” appears when EeRom-8U is not connected.

    Mem        Type  :  Selecting  Memory  Type  that  is  applied  to  the  corresponding

    EeRom-8U.

www.eetools.com                    - 20 -
EeRom-8U User’s Guide

“Find EeRom-8U” Button : While using program, if additional EeRom-8U is

connected  or          if  Serial  number      and   Hardware    version  of  the  connected

EeRom-8U   do          not  appear,     click  this  button  to  find  currently   connected

EeRom-8U and to rearrange Serial number in order. At this moment, order of

EeRom-8U may change.

2). Project Control

When you select file from project that is placed at the left of the main           screen,

this page automatically appears. In order to make any changes to this page,

you have to choose file.

EEROM Select : Choose an EeRom form the daisy-chained EeRoms. Your data

will be downloaded to the selected EeRom unit.

-  EEROM Start : This box indicates the beginning EeRom unit for

   downloading data.

-  EEROM End : This box indicates the ending EeRom unit for the Data Split

   Select operation.

Configured Size of Memory : Showing Memory Type of the selected EeRom-

8U at “EEROM Control” section.

                       Picture  13.     ‘Project  Control’  Section

                                     -  21 -                           www.eetools.com
                                                             EeRom-8U User’s Guide

Data Split Select : There is no influence to original file, but when data is sent

to Buffer, the data is split.

-  8bit : Data is sent without splitting.

-  16bit : Splitting data into Even and Odd. Even is assigned to EEROM Start

   that is selected from EEROM Select of Project Control, and Odd is

   assigned to EEROM End.

-  32bit : Splitting file as Word0, Word1, Word2, and Word0 is sent to

   EEROM Start, the rest are sent to EEROM End in order.

Load as a Hexa file : If there is any file of project that its type is Hexa Format,

and if the check box is selected, the selected file is read as Hexa Format.

Otherwise, it is read as Binary Format.

Address Information : This section explains the way in which EeRom unit is

connected        and  the  location  in  which  EeRom  will  load  files  into.  The  total

buffer memory size depends on the number of EeRom(s) and size of each

unit selected in “EEROM Control” section.

-  Buffer Start : This value indicates the buffer offset of the first byte to be

   loaded. The default value is 0.       In the total editor memory, the start

   address for the EeRom that you select in “EEROM Select” section is

   followed by “Editor Starts at”.

-  Buffer End         : This value indicates the last address of the defined

   emulated ROM. It is only for user reference and may not able to change

   by user. In the total editor memory, the end address for the EeRom that

   you select in “EEROM Select” section is followed by “Editor Ends at”.

-  File Offset : This number indicates the start address of the file to be

   loaded.

www.eetools.com                      - 22 -
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3). Option

                       Picture 14.  ‘Option’ Section

Reset Option : Selecting Reset that is performed when clicking Target Run.

-  Target Reset Type : Selecting Target Type. (Reset High or Reset Low).

-  Reset Duration : Selecting how long Reset signal is maintained.

   (millisecond).

Operating Option : Selecting option for when clicking Download or Target

Run button of program. This option is not saved to project and is applied

whenever program performs.

-  Verify   after      data   file  writing  into  EeRom-8U  :    After  downloading   file,

   performing Verify.

-  Verify   after      data   file  reading  from  EeRom-8U       :  After  uploading  file,

   performing Verify.

Default     Buffer     Value  :     Filling  out  empty  portion  of  Buffer  Editor   with

inputted data.

                                    - 23 -                            www.eetools.com
                                                                        EeRom-8U User’s Guide

II. KEY PERFORMING EXAMPLE

1. Program performs for the first time.

The basic project name of this program is erusb.erp. When program performs for the

first  time  and   if  project  is  created,  you     need  to  change  another  project  name       to

different name. If the different name cannot be selected, project is not saved. The

rest of all project need to be selected as different name, not erusb.erp.

1). Select desired Memory type to EeRom-8U connected to “EEROM Control” page.

2). Add file that you will work on to project.

3). Selecting that which file you download to which connected EeRom-8U device at

“EEROM Select” menu of              “Project Control” page.

4). “Selecting that whether you split the selected file at the left side of “Data Split”

menu.

5). Selecting that starting Buffer address of downloaded file and file offset from

“Address Information” menu.

6).    “Selecting  that  Reset      option  that  is  applied   when    performing     Target   Run  at

“Option” page.

7). Starting downloading.

*8). If project name is still erusb.erp, whether you want to save project as different

name   is    asked     when  exiting  program.        If  you  click  Cancel  button,  project  is  not

saved; therefore, saving as different name is recommended.

2. Data Split Mode

This program basically performs with 8bit(Byte) mode and supports splitting data

of 16bit(Even, Odd) and 32bit(Word0, Word1, Word2, Word3). After loading file, this

program performs within Buffer, and there is no effect to original file.

1). If downloading file with splitting to 16bit, 2 EeRom-8U instruments, and if it is

32bit, 4 instruments are required to be connected.

2). Selecting EeRom-8U instrument from Split Mode

www.eetools.com                               - 24 -
EeRom-8U User’s Guide

After  connecting  EeRom-8U  instrument  and  reading  Serial  Number  by  program,

EeRom-8U Software arranges Serial Number in order. In other words, EeRom-8U

that has the lowest Serial Number becomes number 0. Afterwards, whenever you

select Split mode, assigning Serial Number is started from the EeRom-8U that is

selected from “EEROM Start” by program.

       - 8bit  : Byte.

       - 16bit : Even, Odd.

       - 32bit : Word0, Word1, Word2, Word3.

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                         Chapter

                                  4

                 TROUBLESHOOTING

                 & TECHNICAL SUPPORT

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I. TROUBLESHOOTING

Regardless of the symptom, verify the following:

1.     There are no “dongles”, security keys, switch boxes or other devices between the

       EeRom-8U download cable and the USB port.

2.     The target is powered up.

3.     All download, daisy-chain and target interface cables are tight and fully inserted.

Verifies, but target does not run

Target not being reset

If the wrong reset output is being used or it is connected to the wrong spot on the

target, it may not be resetting the target during the download.                 We would get a good

download, but the target was fetching garbage during the transfer.                     Some processors

will   HALT,  others  will    simply  execute  the     random     garbage  they  received.       In either

event, the processor will not “know” to start over and execute the new code.

Try    removing  the  reset   line,   turning  off  the  target   power    for  10  seconds      and  then

turning the power back on.            If the target now comes up and runs, the reset signal

connection was wrong.         While you could do this after each load, we highly recommend

correcting the reset problem to make resets automatic and to prevent the target from

running garbage during the download.

Emulator device size set wrong.

The device SIZE configuration affects only the TARGET’S view of the emulator.                     The file

will download and verify correctly as long as the emulator is large enough to hold the

file.   If the size is set too small, the target will not be able to access the entire file

image.  For example, if the file is 60,000 bytes long, it would load into an EeRom-8U

and verify properly.   However if the emulator is configured to emulate a 27256, the

target  would    see  only    the  first  32Kbytes     mirrored   into  both    halves  of  the  64KByte

space.  This     is  exactly  what    would    happen    if  you  burned   the  first   32Kbytes  into  a

27256 and plugged it into the same socket.

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Wrong PLCC or other adapters used.

Any  adapter   used  between      the  target  cable    and  the  target  socket  itself  has  the

potential  of  introducing   errors.   In  particular,  PLCC  footprints   vary  by  EPROM     size,

model  and manufacturer.          In general, small EPROMs (<1Mbit) generally have one pin

out and larger EPROMs have a different pin out.         Most FLASH chips are pinned out like

large EPROMs.      However, SOME small FLASH are wired like SMALL EPROMs.              In general,

large devices (>=1Mbit) use a 32 pin DIP to 32 pin PLCC adapter.                  Smaller devices

usually need a 28 pin DIP to 32 pin PLCC adapter but MIGHT need the 32 pin version.

Give us a call if you are not sure.

Common problems and solutions

       1). Software doesn’t recognize EeRom-8U device

       - Check that red Power LED of EeRom-8U is on.

       - Check that USB Cable is connected correctly.

       - Click “Setting” -> “Hardware Profile” -> “Device Manager”-> “Universal Bus

       Controller” and check that the corresponding driver is loaded correctly.

       -   If  you  have     any  further  questions,   please    contact  with   our     technical

       assistances.

       2). After downloading and Target Run, Target doesn’t seem to be performing

       correctly.

       - Check that green light of Status LED is on when downloading.

       - Check that the selected Target power and EeRom-8U power are correct.

       - Check that the Cable and the socket are connected properly to Target.

       -   If  you  have     any  further  questions,   please    contact  with   our     technical

               assistances.

       3). Software is down and stops performing.

       - Unplug USB Cable and shut down Software.

       - After a while, connect the Cable again and start Software.

       - If matter seems not to be better, please contact with our technical assistances.

       4). Reset doesn’t start.

       - Check that Reset Cable is connected properly to Reset pin that is placed in the

       side of EeRom-8U.

       - Check that Reset Cable is connected to the right Reset terminal of Target.

       - Check that the selected Reset Type is correct from Option of Software and the

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Reset Duration is selected correctly. (For example, ‘0’ is selected as       a default

value for Reset Duration.)

Reset Duration is the time period that Reset Signal is maintained.

-  If  you  have       any  further  questions,  please  contact  with  our  technical

   assistances.

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II. TECHNICAL SUPPORT

1. Calling Customer Support

E.E.  Tools provides telephone technical assistance during normal business hours (9:00

AM    to 5:00 PM, Pacific time).

      ƒ   Please   call  our      Technical   Support   Department         or   your    local    E.E.  Tools’

      distributor   while     you   are  at   your  computer          and  be   prepared     to  repeat      the

      sequence of steps leading up to the problem

      ƒ Have the following information ready when you call:

      - The invoice number for the user who bought the TopMax from E.E. Tools.

      - The distributor's name and the purchased date.

      - The model & serial number found in the posterior side of the

          programming module.

      - Your hardware software revision number from the option info screen.

      - Description of problem with error message.

      - The exact part number you are working with.

2. Service Information

      Before  sending    a    unit  in   for  service,    call  us    at   408-734-8184          to  obtain  a

      Return  Authorization        Number     (RMA).    We      will  not  repair  your   unit       unless  an

      RMA was issued.

      Warranty Service: Please return the product in the original package with proof

      of  purchase  to   the      below  address.   Clearly     state      in  writing  the   performance

      problem and send any leads, connectors and accessories that you are using

      with the device.

      Non-Warranty       Service:   Return    the   product     in    the  original     packaging      to    the

      below address. Clearly state in writing the performance problem and return

      any  leads,   connectors      and      accessories  that        you  are  using   with     the   device.

      Customers not on open account must include payment in the form of a money

      order or credit card. For the most current repair charges contact the factory

      before shipping the product.

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    Return all merchandise to E.E. Tools, Inc., with pre-paid shipping.

    The   flat-fee   repair  charge    includes     return      ground  shipping   to  addresses  in

    North America only. For overnight shipments and non-North America shipping

    fees contact

    .E. Tools, Inc.

    549 Weddell Drive

    Sunnyvale, CA 94089, USA

    TEL: (408) 734-8184

    FAX: (408) 734-8185

    Email:    support@eetools.com

    Include   with   the   instrument      your  complete       return  shipping   address,  contact

    name, phone number, and description of problem.

3.  Limited One-Year Warranty

    E.E.  Tools,  Inc.,   warrants     to  the   original  purchaser    that  its  product   and  the

    component       parts    thereof,  will     be  free   from  defects  in  workmanship         and

    materials for a period of one year from the date of purchase.

    E.E. Tools, Inc., will, without charge, repair or replace, at its option, defective

    products    or   component      parts.   Returned      products     must  be   accompanied    by

    proof of the purchase date in the form of a sales receipt.

    To obtain warranty coverage in the U.S.A., this product must be

    registered    by   completing      and   mailing       the  enclosed  warranty

    card to:

    E.E. Tools, Inc., 549 Weddell Drive

    Sunnyvale, CA 94089, USA within fifteen (15) days from proof of

    purchase.

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Exclusions: This warranty does not apply in the event of misuse or abuse of

the product or as a result of unauthorized alterations or repairs. It is void if the

serial number is alternated, defeated, or removed.

E.E. Tools, Inc., shall not be liable for any consequential damages, including

without limitations to damages resulting from loss of use. Some states do not

allow  limitation  of  incidental  or  consequential  damages,  so  the   above

limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

This warranty gives you specific rights and you may have other rights, which

vary from state-to-state.

Model Number:___________________           Date Purchased:______________

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Chapter

                                 5

                       APPENDIX

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PIN ARRAY OF EeRom-8U

▶ When using EeRom-8U for supporting 8bit  data  bus

OPTION BOARD

1.ADP32: Conversion Adaptor

from 32-PLCC to 32-DIP

2.ADP32: Conversion Adaptor

from 32-PLCC to 28-DIP

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