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器件型号:SIM110-A04-N42AWP-01
器件类别:光电子/LED   
厂商名称:Serious Integrated Inc
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graphic/touch module 3.0" wqvga

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Datasheets:
SIM110 Tech Ref Manual:
SIM110 Schematic:
Standard Package : 1
Category: Optoelectronics
Family: Display Modules - LCD, OLED, Graphic
Series: -
Display Type: TFT
Display Mode: Transmissive
Diagonal Screen Size: 3" (76.20mm)
Viewing Area: 38.88mm L x 64.80mm W
Backlight: LED
Dot Pixels: 400 x 240
Interface: Parallel, 24-Bit (RGB)
Text Color: -
Background Color: -
Dot Size: -
Dot Pitch: -
Other Names: SIM110-A04-01SIM110-A04-01-ND

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SIM110 TECHNICAL REFERENCE
               MANUAL

PRELIMINARY ADVANCE INFORMATION

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IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTICE

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The products may comprise components designed and manufactured by SERIOUS as well as other
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Third party brands and names are the property of their respective owners.

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CONTENTS

   IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTICE .......................................................................................................................................................2
   TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS ............................................................................................................................................2
Document Information and Applicable Products....................................................................................................................5
   Change History and Applicable Products ..............................................................................................................................5
   Document Conventions ................................................................................................................................................................5
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................................................6
   Hardware ............................................................................................................................................................................................6
   Software ..............................................................................................................................................................................................7
   Usage Models ...................................................................................................................................................................................7
Getting started.......................................................................................................................................................................................8
Specifications .........................................................................................................................................................................................9
   Voltage Input Limits .......................................................................................................................................................................9
   Supply Current..................................................................................................................................................................................9
   Measured Supply Current ......................................................................................................................................................... 10
   AC Timing ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
   Environmental ................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
   Dimensions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Hardware Architectural Overview ............................................................................................................................................... 12
   High Performance Renesas RX MCU .................................................................................................................................... 12
   Graphic Color LCD Display with Touch Option ................................................................................................................ 12
   On-Module Peripherals.............................................................................................................................................................. 12
   On-Module Memory ................................................................................................................................................................... 13
   Communications........................................................................................................................................................................... 13
   Power................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Module Feature Detail..................................................................................................................................................................... 15
   Renesas RX63N/RX631 MCU ................................................................................................................................................... 15
   MCU Boot ModeS, Switch S1, and the USB Boot FLASH.............................................................................................. 15
   Graphic LCD Display .................................................................................................................................................................... 17
   Touch................................................................................................................................................................................................. 17

      Basic Touch Testing and Wake-Up .................................................................................................................................. 18
      Touch Panel Coordinate Reading ..................................................................................................................................... 19

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   Power Supplies .............................................................................................................................................................................. 19
      Main 3.3V Regulation ............................................................................................................................................................ 20
      LCD Panel Backlight Power ................................................................................................................................................. 20
      USB Device ("Function") Power.......................................................................................................................................... 20
      Clock/Calendar Battery Power ........................................................................................................................................... 20

   Serial FLASH, Serialization, and Family Member Identification.................................................................................. 21
      The OTP Region: Serialization and Family Member ID ............................................................................................ 21
      SIM110 Family Members and the Variant ID MAP .................................................................................................... 22

   SRAM................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22
   USB Device Port ............................................................................................................................................................................ 23

      USB Mini-B Connector .......................................................................................................................................................... 23
      Software ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 23
      USB Device IDs ......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
      USB Power.................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
   EEPROM ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
   Piezo Sounder................................................................................................................................................................................ 24
   End-User Pushbutton Switch and LED ................................................................................................................................. 24
   DAC Audio....................................................................................................................................................................................... 25
   MCU On-Chip Temperature Sensor ...................................................................................................................................... 25
   CPU and Peripheral Clocks ....................................................................................................................................................... 25
   Time Keeping, Clock Circuits and Oscillators .................................................................................................................... 25
   MCU On-Chip Battery Backed Real-Time Clock/Calendar........................................................................................... 27
      RTCC Battery Backup ............................................................................................................................................................. 27
      RTCC Real time Clock Temperature Compensation .................................................................................................. 27
   J1: PCB Edge Connector............................................................................................................................................................. 27
      SPA100 Serious Programming Adapter ......................................................................................................................... 29
   J2: Tag-Connect Programming Port ..................................................................................................................................... 29
   J3: 7-Pin JST Power and Communications Connector ................................................................................................... 30
   J4: USB Mini-B Device Connector .......................................................................................................................................... 31
   J5: 24-Pin FFC Expansion Connector..................................................................................................................................... 31
Schematics and More Information ............................................................................................................................................. 32

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DOCUMENT INFORMATION AND APPLICABLE PRODUCTS

CHANGE HISTORY AND APPLICABLE PRODUCTS

The following table summarizes major changes to this document and the applicable versions of the
product corresponding to this document:

  Doc      Date               For HW       Major
Version  07 Nov 12           Versions      Changes
         28 Nov 12                         Initial prerelease version
    A0   03 Dec 12                1.0      Cosmetic and readability
    A1                            1.0      Fixed PCB Edge Connector: pins 4 and 6 were reversed
         26 Jan 13                         Piezo beeper renamed "piezo sounder"
    A2   07 Feb 13                1.0      MCU temperature sensor calibration note added
                                           Clarified up to 768KB FLASH on MCU
    A3                            2.0      Added LCD Backlight lifetime spec
                                           Added typical power table
    A4                            3.0      Revised Maximum Input Voltage to 5.80V
                            (production)   Added maximum power requirements
                                           Clarified mechanical dimensions

DOCUMENT CONVENTIONS

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            SHIPEngine software (the GUI management engine component of the Serious Human InterfaceTM
            Platform). Notes with this symbol indicate where the module comes pre-configured or uses
            these resources.

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INTRODUCTION

The SIM110 family of Serious Integrated Modules is a series of complete intelligent 3.0" WQVGA graphic
front panels, some with touch capability. These cost-effective modules are designed for use by Original
Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), custom design shops, and hobbyists to add sophisticated and user-
friendly graphical user interfaces to their products.

HARDWARE

All SIM110 family members feature:

     3.0" WQVGA 400x240 16-bit color TFT display 320-400 NITs
           Various touch panel options

     100MHz 32-bit Renesas RX63N/RX631
           128KB RAM, up to 768KB FLASH
           Floating Point Unit
           Temperature Monitor and Real Time Clock

     On-module memory
           Up to 1MB (512KBx16) external SRAM
           192KB RAM-on-LCD Frame Buffer
           8MB Serial FLASH + 2Kbit EEPROM

     Flexible I/O
           24-Pin FFC (GPIO, power, RESET#, UART)
           RMII on 63N-based units
           7-pin system-to-system connector
           PCB edge connector (E1 debug, USB device)

     98 x 46 mm
     3.0V to 5.8V, -20 to +70C Operating Range

  Consult the latest SIM110 Product Brief for a listing of current family members and options. As of the
  time of this document's publish date, the family members/options are:

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            This is a preliminary table prior to product release and is subject to change.
            See www.seriousintegrated.com/SIM110 for latest options.

SOFTWARE

The SIM110 is supported by a growing collection of Renesas, open source, as well as Serious proprietary
software allowing designers to gain confidence that their essential software can not only get it done, but
perform to the needed end result. Available at mySerious.com for download, SIM110 programmers can
obtain an out-of-the-box experience with a pre-ported version of the Renesas GAPI library on Micrim
COS-III, Segger embOS and FreeRTOS operating systems. The SIM110 includes full single-unit
production licenses of the Micrium and Segger kernels for use with each module.

            For even faster development, the Serious Human InterfaceTM Platform offers PC-based GUI
            design tools and rapid GUI prototyping, development, and deployment. With minimal coding,
            you can create attractive and functional GUIs in a fraction of the time of traditional C-based
            development. See www.seriousintegrated.com/SHIP for details.

It is very difficult to know, as a designer selecting the hardware for a graphic/touch interface, if the result
after many months of software and graphic design will have acceptable performance. Will the system be
responsive? Will it be visually attractive? Will the look-and-feel be consistent with the company's brand
image? Serious addresses these OEM designer challenges by providing video best-of-class GUI examples,
fostering community demos and solutions, and through its proprietary software, tools, and consulting
services.

USAGE MODELS

The SIM110 can be used as a stand-alone controller for a whole system where all the intelligence and
control is in the SIM110 with few external components or can act just as a front-panel touch/graphic
human interface, a sort of "super-interface", to an attached intelligent system. In reality, there are many
usage models in between these extremes.

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There is often additional software and hardware functionality in the user's system beyond the SIM110; for
example, a machine control system. The SIM110 is equipped with several connectors allowing simple
communications to an external hardware system.

Often a designer has an existing product with a traditional button-and-segment-LCD user interface and is
seeking to give the product an "extreme makeover" with a new front graphic/touch panel. The existing
design may already be an intelligent system, such as a pool control system including motor controllers,
valve relays, sensors, and power supply circuits as well as its own microcontroller on a "baseboard" PCB.
In some designs, this baseboard has a wire harness to a simple front panel interface. In others, the
baseboard is combined with front panel buttons and indicators. All user configuration and operation is
managed by the existing baseboard and its software. Rather than completely redesigning the hardware
and software of the existing OEM system, the old front panel can be replaced by a simple UART + Power
connection to one of the SIM110's connectors. The designer can then architect inter-board messages such
as "pump is on" which could be sent over the UART causing visual indicators to appear or change on the
display. A GUI on the SIM110 could change user preferences, for instance, sending back messages such as
"pump on days: MWF" which the baseboard may store in its configuration EEPROM.

The possibilities are endless: the SIM110 module contains not only a powerful MCU but also a suite of
hardware features that are commonly needed in many designs. A high-end thermostat or alarm panel, for
example, could be as simple as a SIM110 connected to another PCB with a few relays and a battery.

GETTING STARTED

The SIM110 comes pre-configured with a demo program loaded in the system FLASH. To
startup the system, plug a USB cable from your PC or USB supply into the USB device Mini-B
connector. The system will use a maximum of 250mA of current from the USB connection
when in operation, not including any external power draw from the module you may add.

          Several connectors may be used to power the SIM110. See the Power Supplies section of this
         guide.

The demo should start running and displaying info on the LCD screen.

For more getting started information and out-of-the-box tips, see www.seriousintegrated.com/oob.

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SPECIFICATIONS

VOLTAGE INPUT LIMITS                                     Permissible Range

                                           Source  Min Typ Max Units
                                     On +5V_USBF
                                     On +5V_EXT    4.75 5.00 5.25           V

SUPPLY CURRENT                                     3.60 5.00 5.80           V

The following table outlines maximums based on the SIM110 design and supplied information from
component data sheets. Any additional external power requirements (for example, on the +3V3 signal on
the 7-pin connector) are in addition to these totals.

                              Max mA          External Max mA                           Notes
                              On 3.3V          From +5V_EXT            Estimated worst case from datasheet
                              Internal
                                        @3.6V @5.0V @5.8V

ExternalInternal Power                             80%   82%    82%
Conversion Efficiency
RX63N MCU                     100.00    114.58           80.49  69.39  High Speed mode (0.87 x f +13)
                                5.85      6.70            4.71   4.06  Converting (All DACs + ADCs)
   Digital supply current       0.70      0.80            0.56   0.49  Converting
   Analog supply current
   Analog reference

R1LV0816ASD SRAM              35.00 40.10 28.17 24.29

SST25VF064C SFLASH            25.00 28.65 20.12 17.35

CAT34C02HU4 EEPROM            1.00                 1.15  0.80   0.69 SCL = 100KHz

12MHz Oscillation             2.20                 2.52  1.77   1.53

LCD Display (Logic)           15.00 17.19 12.07 10.41 LCD on/enabled and writing

LCD Display (Backlight)       100.00 114.58 80.49 69.39 4 LED up to 25mA each

Misc (LED, Resistors, Logic)  10.00 11.46                8.05   6.94

Total (No Piezo, No Touch)    294.77 337.75 237.25 204.53

TFT LCD Touch Screen          14.85 17.02 11.95 10.30 When pressed/energized, continuous

Piezo                         10.00 11.46                8.05   6.94 LM2766 boost enabled

Total (With Piezo, Touch)     319.62 366.23 257.25 221.77

Many I/O signals on the SIM110 are directly and exclusively connect to the RX MCU pins. Consult the
RX63N/RX631 data sheet for complete specifications of each pin.

       There are specific power limitations on the RX MCU pins. Consult the RX63N/RX631 data sheet
       for more information. Exceeding these limits may damage your board, damage attached
       systems, overheat or cause things to catch fire.

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MEASURED SUPPLY CURRENT

The following table summarizes typical measured input current characteristics of the SIM110. These

figures are not design maximums, and are for informational purposes only:

+5V_EXT Input Power Condition                               Typical Measured Values
                                                   @5.80V @5.00V @3.60V Units

Total Input Current                                39        47            61      mA
      Backlight, Sounder, Touch OFF
      MCU idle delay loop                          116       135           167     mA

Total Input Current                                1         1             1       mA
      Backlight 100%, Sounder, Touch OFF
      MCU drawing on screen                        11        7             7       mA

Incremental Input Current                          128       143           175     mA
      When touch screen pressed (avg)

Incremental Input Current
      When piezo sounder 100% volume

Total Input Current
      Backlight, Sounder, Touch ON
      MCU drawing on screen

AC TIMING

The AC timing characteristics at the module level are governed by the underlying AC timing characteristics
of the individual components. Consult the component data sheets for more information.

Many I/O signals on the SIM110 are directly and exclusively connect to the RX MCU pins. Consult the
RX63N/RX631 data sheet for complete specifications of each pin.

            The no-cost SHIPWare source code as well as the full-featured Serious Human InterfaceTM
            Platform software initializes many of these signals for correct operation between the various
            module components.

ENVIRONMENTAL                             Permissible Range             Notes
                                                             @60C, non-condensing
                          Specification   Min Max Units

                   Operating Temperature  -20 +70       C
                   Storage Temperature
                   Humidity               -30 +80       C

                                          90% RH

DIMENSIONS

The outer dimensions of the SIM110 are 98 x 46 mm. The SIM has 4 mounting holes, one in each corner,
as well as 2 alignment positioning holes. The alignment holes are non-plated and are the foundation of
all positioning on the module, especially the LCD display mounting position. These holes should be used
if possible during installation of the SIM110 into an enclosure to align the active display area of the LCD
with any front bezel. Typically, precision alignment pegs, for example PennEngineering # MPP-2mm-10,

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will be used in the front bezel assembly. The SIM110 would be aligned on these pegs, and then fastened
by a pressure clamp (covering the 4 corners where the mounting holes are) or screws using the mounting
holes.

Serious will endeavor, across all future SIM110 revisions, to maintain the dimensions and positioning of:
      the outline of the module,
      mounting hole positions,
      alignment hole positions,
      TFT LCD visible area positioning, and,
      external connectors.

            Positioning and selection of components are subject to change across SIM revisions to optimize
            manufacturability, reliability, quality, and cost. Ensure that related system mechanical designs do
            not rely on the specific positioning and height of components other than external connectors.

            Mechanical drawings and SolidWorks/STEP models are available for most SIMs.
            Visit www.seriousintegrated.com/docs for more information.

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HARDWARE ARCHITECTURAL OVERVIEW

                                                                SIM110 Hardware Block Diagram

Not all features are available on all SIM110 family members.

HIGH PERFORMANCE RENESAS RX MCU

The heart of the SIM110 is the 32-bit Renesas RX63N/RX631 microcontroller (MCU) with up to 768KB of
zero wait state FLASH, 128KB RAM, and FPU. This powerful MCU is equipped with extensive analog and
digital peripherals and, with software, can deliver an excellent user interface experience. On the SIM110,
the MCU should be operated at 96MHz to ensure usable timing sources for peripherals such as USB.

GRAPHIC COLOR LCD DISPLAY WITH TOUCH OPTION

The SIM110's Liquid Crystal Display ("LCD" or "glass") has a simple graphics display chip, the ORISE
OTM4001A, which includes a built-in frame buffer and all power supplies and timing necessary to display
the frame buffer on the LCD panel. The MCU communicates with the OTM4001A via a 16-bit SRAM-type
bus, including sending and receiving commands as well as pixel data.

Some SIM110 family members ("variants") include an integrated 4-wire resistive touch feature: a resistive
film over the LCD returns an analog voltage in two dimensions which can be read by the MCU's analog-
to-digital converters and translated with a simple algorithm into a pixel hit position.

ON-MODULE PERIPHERALS

The SIM110 contains numerous on-module peripherals many common to a vast and diverse set of OEM
applications, including a Real Time Clock/Calendar (RTCC) (battery-backed on some modules),

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temperature sensor, USB, serial FLASH, a high speed UART, EEPROM, a bi-color LED, a user "select" switch,
and more.

ON-MODULE MEMORY

The SIM110 module has a variety of memory for storage of program, data, images, parameters, etc.:
        FLASH Memory:
             Up to 768KB zero wait state FLASH program memory within the RX63N/RX631
             8Mbytes (64 Mbits) serial FLASH memory attached via dedicated SPI
        EEPROM
             2Kbits EEPROM
        RAM
             128KBytes RAM within the RX63N/RX631
             192KBytes Frame Buffer RAM (400x240x16bits) in the ORISE OTM4001A LCD controller
             Up to 1MB of external SRAM

COMMUNICATIONS

The SIM110 has numerous off-module communication ports. Some may or may not be available on
specific SIM110 family members.

      PCB Edge Connector for high speed programming and MCU-level debugging, including:
             SPI and high-speed UART ports
             JTAG for connection (with adapter) to 14-pin Renesas E1, Segger J-Link and equivalent devices
             USB 2.0 device port (shared with USB mini-B connector if present)

      USB Mini-B Device Port
             USB 2.0 full speed device port

      24-Pin Flex Cable Connector with extensive I/O including:
             Reduced MII (RMII) Ethernet connection (if the SIM110 is equipped with an RX63N MCU)
             SPI, I2C, and high-speed UART ports

      7-pin JST Communications and Power Connector
             Suitable for an inexpensive wire harness with latching plug connection
             UART, +5V in, +3V3 out, and RESET#

      Tag-Connect port for a convenient in-service programming capability

POWER

The SIM110 module can be powered from either of two mechanisms:
     USB Device Power signal (+5V_USBF) available on the USB Mini-B connector, PCB Edge Connector,
      and Tag-Connect port
     External 5VDC signal (+5V_EXT) available on the 7 pin JST connector and 24-pin FFC connector.

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For development, it is common to power the module via the USB port attached to the PC via a powered
USB hub. The complete module may require as much as 250mA from the USB power supply, so ensure
that the USB hub or USB power supply can deliver enough power.

         The SIM110 can support concurrent connection to +5V_USBF and +5V_EXT power; however, only
         the higher of the two sources will supply the module. See the Power Supplies for details.

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MODULE FEATURE DETAIL

RENESAS RX63N/RX631 MCU

At the heart of the SIM110 is a 100MHz 32-bit Renesas RX63N/RX631 MCU equipped with extensive
analog and digital peripherals. Features include:

        MCU Core & Memory
             100MHz 32-bit core
             Up to 768KBytes FLASH zero wait state at up to 100MHz
             128KBytes RAM zero wait state at 100MHz
             Single cycle multiply and hardware divide unit
             Single precision hardware Floating Point Unit (FPU)
             16 32-bit registers
             Fast context switching/interrupt response, including a dedicated "fast interrupt"

        Peripherals include:
             USB 2.0 port
             SRAM external bus controller with 8/16/32-bit bus and chip selects
             Four-channel general hardware DMA controller plus Data Transfer Controller
             A/D Converters: 4 channels x 2 units 10-bit or 8 channels x 1 unit 12-bit
             Hardware real time clock calendar (RTCC) with battery backup capability
             D/A Converter: 10-bit x 2 channels
             Watchdog timer
             Numerous SPI, I2C, CAN, and high-speed-capable serial ports

Some SIM110 family members feature the RX63N MCU, which has the Ethernet peripheral, and others the
RX631 MCU without Ethernet. Renesas provides extensive documentation of the RX63N/RX631 MCU
family as well as example software: consult their website. In addition, many community resources are
available for RX family developers, including the Error! Hyperlink reference not valid..

Note that on the SIM110, the MCU should normally be operated at 96MHz to ensure the clocking system
can generate the appropriate clocks for SRAM, USB, and other peripherals.

MCU BOOT MODES, SWITCH S1, AND THE USB BOOT FLASH

Three separate FLASH memory areas are available inside the RX MCU: Program FLASH, Data FLASH, and

USB Boot Mode FLASH as well as one Boot Mode ROM. Three "boot modes" are available on the

RX631/RX63N MCU family based on the state of the MD and PC7 pins when the RESET# signal is released.

Depending on which of the three boot modes is determined at reset, the MCU jumps to a corresponding

start address for code execution. The following table summarizes this information:

MD PC7                      Boot Mode        Execution start
                                       on the release of RESET#

High X Normal Program Boot Mode Program FLASH reset vector

Low Low ROM Boot Mode                  Start of Boot Mode ROM
Low High USB Boot Mode                 Start of USB Boot Mode FLASH

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In normal Program boot mode, the PC7 signal is completely available for program and system use.
However, in the two special boot modes, PC7 must remain fixed throughout the operation of the mode
until the subsequent RESET# and is not available for general program and system use during these
special modes.

The MD1 and PC7 signals are weakly pulled high on the SIM110, ensuring that for normal operation the
MCU will boot in Normal Program Boot Mode, starting execution at the main RX MCU Program FLASH
reset vector. The Program FLASH can be (re)programmed in a variety of ways, including the JTAG port
exposed on the PCB Edge Connector as well as under user program control.

Because the MD1 signal is available on the PCB Edge Connector, it can be pulled low externally to the SIM
forcing the SIM to go into one of the two special boot modes.

Some SIM110 variants have a DIP switch S1 on the PCB. MD1 is connected to this switch. For normal
execution, ensure S1.1 is in the OFF position. When S1.1 is set ON, and because PC7 is weakly pulled
high on the SIM110, the MCU will enter USB Boot Mode on release of RESET#.

            S1.1, when ON, is connected directly to GND. Do not externally drive the MD1 signal high
            while S1.1 is ON or you may damage the SIM and/or attached equipment.

For those variants without S1 populated, the SPA100 adapter has this switch.

During RESET#, PC7 can only be set low externally to the SIM and is made available on PCB Edge
Connector. ROM Boot Mode is a complex mode and beyond the scope of this document. Consult the
Renesas RX63N/RX631 MCU Hardware Manual for details.

In USB Boot Mode, the processor begins execution in the 16KB USB Boot FLASH rather than the normal
Program FLASH. Serious programs the USB boot area with special firmware designed to function with the
Serious Human InterfaceTM Platform tools, enabling reprogramming of the SHIPEngine and Serial FLASH
with new GUI cargo files. The algorithm in this firmware is proprietary, and when the SIM110 boots in USB
Boot mode the USB port will identify itself as requiring up to 500mA of bus power and having USB Vendor
ID 0x25D8 (registered exclusively to Serious) and USB Product ID in the 0x0001 to 0x0099 range
depending on the version of the protocol contained in the area.

Renesas supplies a standard load for this FLASH area. With the standard Renesas load installed and USB
Boot Mode selected, the Renesas firmware reads P35 (NMI#) and finds it pulled high, causing the USB
device port to tell a connected USB host (such as a PC) that the SIM110 is bus powered and requires up to
500mA of power from the USB port. The USB VID will be 0x045B (registered exclusively to Renesas) and
USB PID of 0x0025.

            To use the full features of the Serious Human InterfaceTM Platform, you need to preserve the
           Serious firmware in this area. Overwriting and/or re-installing this firmware can only be
            accomplished with Renesas tools and a JTAG debugger.

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GRAPHIC LCD DISPLAY

The LCD display (or "glass") on the SIM110 is a 3" diagonal active area 400x240 TFT with optional 4-wire
resistive touch layer.

The on-glass graphics display chip, the ORISE OTM4001A, includes a built-in 192KB frame buffer and all
the power supplies and timing necessary to display the frame buffer on the LCD. The MCU communicates
with the OTM4001A via a 16-bit SRAM-type bus, including sending and receiving commands as well as
pixel data. In some software systems, the pixel data can be written directly to this frame buffer without
any additional frame memory. In more complex GUIs, a separate frame buffer in SRAM can be used, with
the changed portions of the frame "pushed" to the frame buffer on the OTM4001A using DMA.

LCD features include:                                                                    Typical Value

                            Parameter                                                    TFT TRANSMISSIVE
                                                                                         38.88 64.80 mm
                            Type                                                         400 x 240 as 16 bit RBG565
                            Active Area                                                  192KB RAM
                            Pixel Dimensions/Depth                                       LED
                            On Board Frame Buffer                                        330cd/m2
                            Backlight Type                                               430cd/m2
                            Backlight Luminance (with touch)                             30,000 hours typical
                            Backlight Luminance (without touch)
                            Backlight Lifetime at full power to 50% original brightness

The ORISE OTM4001A address/data/read/write lines are directly connected to the RX An/Dn/RD#/WR#
signals in a 16-bit bus topology. The RX MCU's CS1# chip select signal enables access to the LCD chip.

The no-cost SHIPWare software at mySerious.com includes all initialization code and basic pixel
get/set routines for the ORISE OTM4001A, including timing of the chip select registers.

            The full-featured Serious Human InterfaceTM Platform software system has integrated high-
            performance rendering and GUI management software and drivers for the ORISE OTM4001A.

The backlight is enabled when RX P22/BLEN is driven high, which turns on the backlight power switch
allowing 3.3V to flow to the backlight LEDs on the LCD. This signal has a weak pull-down, so the backlight
is off until the MCU pin is initialized, including during and directly after system RESET#. This RX port pin
also supports a pulse width modulated output which can be helpful in backlight dimming. A PWM driving
the backlight power circuit should run at or less than 10KHz with high-level duty cycles of 0 to 100%.

TOUCH

Some SIM110 family members include a resistive touch layer bonded to the LCD display. The layer can
return an analog voltage in two dimensions to be read by the MCU's analog-to-digital converters and
translated with a software algorithm into a pixel hit position.

These four input signals are as follows:

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                            Signal    Description          MCU Port

                            TOUCH_XL      X-/XL    AN000/P40/IRQ8-DS
                            TOUCH_YU     Y+/YU            AN001/P41
                            TOUCH_XR     X+/XR            AN002/P42
                            TOUCH_YD      Y-/YD           AN003/P43

Resistive touch layers are made from a highly resilient Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) film, and have the
advantage of being robust and usable with a stylus, finger, or any blunt object. Unlike typical capacitive
touch screens, resistive touch screens do not require the bare finger and can be used with gloves on
important for certain medical, industrial, and automotive applications. They also work well in wet
conditions, although appropriate caution must be taken to ensure liquids do not flow onto the SIM110 or
other circuitry. Serious application note AN0201: Resistive Touch Bezel Guidelines is a good resource for
understanding how to mount a touch screen behind a bezel.

Some chemicals, harsh cleansers, and abrasive cleaning products can discolor and/or damage the PET
film. Use caution in end-product guidelines and instructions to ensure long lifetime is ensured.

One challenge with resistive touch layers is power: applying power through the resistive layer is normally
required to sense the change in resistance created when touched. There are two very different modes
where power is applied to the panel: (1) basic "is the panel touched?" and (2) actual sensing of the
touched position.

BASIC TOUCH TESTING AND WAKE-UP

Two common places where a simple detection of panel hit is required are: during CPU sleep modes where
a panel touch needs to wake up the CPU and the system, and as a quick simple test to see if further panel
reading for the actual touched coordinates.

Basic touch testing requires only the ADC pins. The ADC pins, connected through current-limiting resistors
to the touch panel, can be configured dynamically by software to be low current outputs or ADC inputs.
To do a basic "are we touched?" test on the SIM110, the pins can be configured as follows:

                            Signal    Mode                  State

                            TOUCH_YT Output        Strongly pulled low
                            TOUCH_XL ADC Input     Weakly pulled high

When not touched, the XL analog input will read at-or-near the maximum ADC value. The ADC on the
RX631/RX63N has 12-bit resolution, so the reading will be at-or-near 0x0FFF. When the panel is touched,
the two layers connect, and the weak pullup on XL is overwhelmed by the strong low on YT, causing the
ADC value to drop significantly.

In sleep modes, setting an interrupt on IRQ8-DS can wake the system when the panel is touched. In this
mode the standby power is extremely low the resistance across the panel planes when not touched is
typically 10M.

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This simple test can be used in a timer-driven software event to determine if/when a more precise and
rigorous full reading of the XY location of the touch screen is required.

TOUCH PANEL COORDINATE READING

Because of current limitations on the MCU pins, 1K resistors are placed in series with the four ADC pins
such that when they are used as outputs the current is limited to approximately 1mA. As well, the ADC
reading is then limited to the center of the range the two 1K resistors with the ~500 touch plane in
between form a voltage divider.

Full reading of the touch coordinates is a more complex task and benefits from a full voltage applied
across the planes. Since the touch planes can have resistance as low as 200, up to 16mA is required to
drive them beyond the capability of the RX digital outputs. Therefore the SIM110 has a set of four
higher-current output drivers with the following signals directly wired through the drivers from the MCU
to the touch panel:

                               Signal  MCU   Enabled    Touch
                                       Name    State    Signal
                            DRIVE_XR#   P54     HI
                            DRIVE_XL#   P87     LO    TOUCH_XR
                            DRIVE_YB#   P56     HI    TOUCH_XL
                            DRIVE_YT#   P55     LO    TOUCH_YB
                                                      TOUCH_YT

When a signal (e.g. DRIVE_XR#) is activated, the corresponding touch signal is strongly driven to the
state indicated. This allows a full voltage range across the panel, so 12-bit ADC values from 0x0000 to
0x0FFF can be read and mapped to the screen coordinates. Touch panel algorithms are beyond the
scope of this document, but an Internet search can yield numerous resources in this area.

The no-cost SHIPWare software at mySerious.com includes a full source-code implementation of
a touch driver for the SIM110.

The full-featured Serious Human InterfaceTM Platform software system has integrated top driver
and algorithms that automatically map touch coordinates to GUI objects.

POWER SUPPLIES

The SIM110 requires 5V +/- 10% input power which can be supplied via:
      +5V_EXT on the 7-pin JST connector and 24-pin FFC connector (if present), or,

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      +5V_USBF on the USB Mini-B connector (if present) or the PCB Edge Connector.

Both +5V_EXT and +5V_USBF can be supplied simultaneously. Diode routed,
the higher of the two will supply the SIM110's power needs into the +5_IN
main power rail. This allows a SIM110 powered in a device via +5V_EXT to
simultaneously have a PC USB port or USB hub connected to the SIM.

These diodes are low-forward-drop Schottky type capable of a full 1A continuous current; nevertheless,
the +5_VIN signal will typically be 0.3V below the higher of the two input voltages.

MAIN 3.3V REGULATION

Major power consumers, such as the LCD backlight, MCU, and SRAM are all attached to the 3.3V power
supply +3V3. Therefore, a switching regulator with typical conversion efficiency of 85 to 90% is used to
convert between the +5_IN supply and the +3V3 main voltage rail.

This 3.3V regulation system is always enabled when +5_IN is available.

Assuming sufficient input current on +5_IN is available, the +3V3 rail is capable of supplying up to
500mA total current to the SIM and any other loads attached to the external +3V3 outputs on the 24-pin
FFC Connector and/or the 7-pin JST Connector.

LCD PANEL BACKLIGHT POWER

The LCD Panel has an LED backlight array driven by a 3.3V supply. Therefore, unlike some displays, no
special voltage boost circuit is required. See the LCD Panel section for how the +3V3 signal is routed to
the backlight pins of the LCD Panel.

USB DEVICE ("FUNCTION") POWER

The SIM110 can be powered, as mentioned, from the USB Device connector as long as the PC or hub can
supply sufficient current. The +5V_USBF signal represents this power source. This input is also available
on the PCB Edge Connector as well as the Tag-Connect port. For more information, see the USB Mini-B
Device Connector section.

CLOCK/CALENDAR BATTERY POWER

The SIM110 has a 12mm coin cell holder designed to accommodate a common CR1220-type 3V battery.
This is not designed to be a rechargeable battery, nor does any circuit on the SIM110 supply power to

                              charge this battery. The only purpose and connection of this coin cell battery is to
                              provide backup power to the RX MCU's Real Time Clock peripheral to keep the
                              clock/calendar running in the event that all other power sources are removed.
                              Consult the RX63N/RX631 datasheet for exact specifications, but this battery can
                              potentially keep the clock keeping time for several years without replacement. The

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RTCC chip automatically switches to use the coin cell power only when main power is not available, so in a
system that normally has main power applied, the coin cell battery is used infrequently. See the
Clock/Calendar section for more information.

SERIAL FLASH, SERIALIZATION, AND FAMILY MEMBER IDENTIFICATION

All SIM110 family members include the SST SST25VF064C serial FLASH, a 64 megabit (8 megabyte) device
with 2048 4KByte erasable blocks as well as a built-in 64-bit unique serial ID and 192 bits of OTP ID space.
It is connected via a dedicated SPI port to the MCU to optimize data transfers, especially when images
need to be retrieved and delivered directly to the display memory.

The serial FLASH connected to the RSPI0 port of the RX MCU:

Description                          FLASH  FLASH            MCU/Signal
                                       Pin  Name             Name
                                                             PC6/MOSIA
SPI data MCUFLASH                    5      SDI
                                                             PC7/MISOA
SPI data FLASHMCU                    2      SDO
                                                             PC5/RSPCKA
SPI FLASH clock                      6      SCK
                                                             PC4/SSLA0
SPI FLASH slave select               1      CS#

See the SST25VF064C data sheet for hardware specifications and programming details and the Renesas
RX data sheet for information on the SPI master port configuration.

THE OTP REGION: SERIALIZATION AND FAMILY MEMBER ID

Beyond the 8MBytes of FLASH, the SST25VF064C also has a 256 bit (32 byte) one-time programmable
(OTP) region.

            Do not write to the SST25VF064C's OTP region.
           This region is reserved for manufacturing and configuration information by Serious.
            Writing to this area may void your warranty with Serious and render the module unusable.

Several key pieces of information stored in this region which you may find useful to read in your software:

Location                      Size   Contents
                            (Bytes)
0x00..0x07                           Unique Microchip SST25V064 Serial Number
0x08..0x09                      8    0x0110 indicates SIM110
                                2    Version of hardware: high nibble is major; low
0x0A                                 nibble is minor. For example, "0x14" is v1.4
                                1    Variant of hardware: see chart below
0x0B                                 Unique sequence number of this model/variant
0x0C..0x0F                      1    Reserved for OEM Serial Number
0x10..0x17                      4    Reserved by Serious for manufacturing information
0x18..0x1F                      8
                                8

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Locations 0x08...0x0F, when combined, form the unique Serious serial number for the module. All values
are stored in Big Endian order. Note that the MCU on the SIM is normally operated in Little Endian mode,
so byte/word swapping will be required to correctly interpret the data.

            SHIPWare and SHIPEngine have software routines included to read this information on boot and
            load a data structure for you to easily access these fields from your software. In the case of
            SHIPWare, this is available from mySerious.com in full source code format.

SIM110 FAMILY MEMBERS AND THE VARIANT ID MAP

The following table maps the Variant ID byte found in the SIM25VF064C's OTP area at location 0x0B to
the SIM110 family member. See the SIM110 Family Option Table for specific features per member.

                            Variant ID Byte     SIM110 Family Member

                            0x00                -A00

                            0x01                -A01

                            0x02                -A02

                            0x03..0xFE          Reserved

                            0xFF                Invalid/Unknown

      SHIPWare and SHIPEngine read the values in the OTP area and load data structures you can

      access: the initialization routines also load a complete data structure with the variant features so
      your software can be written to adapt at runtime to the features of the specific family member

      (variant) it is operating on.

SRAM

An external SRAM is available on some SIM110 family members. With the RX MCU operating at 96MHz,
the SRAM bus can operate at up to 48MHz. The RX's built-in SRAM controller can be configured to access
this memory with the appropriate timing.

      The SHIPWare source code has SRAM initialization routines you can examine and use with the
      SIM110. SHIPWare is available at no cost for registered hardware users on mySerious.com.

The following table summarizes the size, speed, and configuration of each family member:

      SIM110 Family                             SRAM

      Member                         Size       Configuration Access Time

      -A00                           1Megabyte  512KBx16         55nS

      -A01                           1Megabyte  512KBx16         55nS

      -A02                           1Megabyte  512KBx16         55nS

      -A03                           1Megabyte  512KBx16         55nS

      -A04                           1Megabyte  512KBx16         55nS

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USB DEVICE PORT

The RX63N/RX631 MCU used on the SIM110 has a USB 2.0 Full Speed (12Mbit/s) device (or "function")
port. All SIM110 family members (aka "variants") have the USB device port circuitry connected to this port
(USB0). From a data-connectivity perspective, this port is commonly plugged into a PC and, depending on
user-supplied software, can act like any number of PC peripherals such as a serial port.

USB MINI-B CONNECTOR

Only some variants have the actual USB Mini-B connector; however, the PCB Edge connector has these
signals and can be accessed there. An SPA100 programming adapter from Serious is an inexpensive small
hardware adapter that can connect to the PCB edge connector and expose the USB port via a Mini-B
connector. For more information see USB Mini-B Device Connector.

SOFTWARE

Renesas provides extensive documentation of the RX63N/RX631 MCU as well as example software:
consult the Renesas USB Driver software website.

             Vendors such as Micrium and Segger provide complete USB stacks pre-ported to the RX MCU.
             SHIPEngine contains built-in USB device stacks and protocols that allow the SIM110 to
             communicate directly with SHIPTide (the rapid GUI development IDE).

USB DEVICE IDS

USB devices are uniquely identified by a Vendor ID ("VID") and Product ID ("PID"). VIDs are assigned under
license by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF). The Serious VID is 0x25D8.

           You may use the Serious VID only in conjunction with the Serious Human InterfaceTM
            Platform by using SHIPEngine on the module. If you wish to program your own software for
            the SIM, you must obtain your own VID from the USB-IF.
            SHIPEngine identifies the board as VID 0x25D8, PID 0x0110.
            All Serious Integrated Modules (SIMs) starting in late 2012 will come with a factory-installed
            boot loader program. This boot loader, when entering boot loader mode, will identify all SIMs
            with VID 0x25D8 and PIDs in the 0x0001...0x00FF range.

USB POWER

The power supplied to the USB device port (say, from a powered hub or USB power adapter) can power
the SIM110 if and only if the source supplies approximately 250mA. Most PCs (including modern laptops)
as well as powered hubs can supply this power. Be sure to check the power capability of the host device
you are attempting to use.

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          The power pin of the USB Mini-B connector is directly connected to the power pin on the PCB
          Edge connector. Do not simultaneously connect power to both pins.

The USB device power in is source protected from the external power input (+5_EXT signal), so both the
USB port and the external power port can be simultaneously connected. Whichever source has a higher
voltage will power the module. See the Power Supplies section for more details.

EEPROM

The SIM110 features a 2Kbit (256 byte) EEPROM with software write protection features. Consult the On
Semiconductor CAT34C02 Data Sheet for programming and hardware information.

PIEZO SOUNDER

Some SIM110 family members include a piezoelectric sounder. The signal P86/BUZ must be driven at a
given frequency to excite the sounder. The RX MCU has a PWM peripheral able to drive this signal, so
software will typically be written to drive the sounder at a given frequency with 50% duty cycle for full
volume output. The duty cycle can be reduced to lower the volume.

The sounder's resonant frequency is centered at 2400 Hz. Waveforms at this frequency will generate the
loudest perceived sound.

END-USER PUSHBUTTON SWITCH AND LED

Some SIM110 variants have a single end-user-friendly pushbutton switch on the display-side of the
module near the LCD panel. The switch is connected to an MCU input that is both a general purpose input
and also an interrupt input that can wake the MCU from various sleep modes. A front panel captive
button or plunger can be positioned to actuate this switch. There is no requirement for an end-system to
use this switch; the enclosure may cover it completely and render it inaccessible if desired.

Some SIM110 variants have a bi-color red-green LED placed on front of the display-side of the module. A

bi-color LED is actually two independent LEDs in one package: the LED on the SIM110 has red and green

LEDs that, when both are on, have an amber hue. Typically, a plastic or metal front panel enclosure will

expose this LED through a plastic light pipe; for example, the BiVar PLP1-125-F. There is no requirement

for an end-system to expose this LED. The enclosure may cover it completely and render it un-viewable if

desired.

                            Signal  Description                MCU Signal
                                                               Name

                            SW1#    Switch Input (active low)  P07

                            LED1R   LEDR(R) Right Red        P91

                            LED1G   LEDR(G) Right Green      P92

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DAC AUDIO

The RX MCU has dual 10-bit DACs that can be used to generate a 3.3V P-P signal suitable for further
amplification, scaling, and filtering as an audio output source.

The SIM110 exposes one of these DACs, DA0, on the 7-pin JST Connector as well as the 24-pin FFC
Connector.

             Vendors such as Micrium and Segger provide software solutions that can deliver audio
             waveforms to this output. Renesas also has example code for this feature.
             SHIPEngine has built-in audio support. With only a few lines of code you can, for instance,
             deliver an ADPCM .wav file to the DA0 output.

MCU ON-CHIP TEMPERATURE SENSOR

The SIM110's MCU contains an on-chip temperature sensor, readable by the on-chip 12 bit ADC with a
typical accuracy of +/- 1%. This sensor may be suitable for keeping track of general system temperature,
but is not an accurate ambient air temperature sensor. Air temperature sensors generally require
separation from the circuit board to isolate them from heating sources on the PCB, especially the LCD
backlight. As a result, the RX MCU's temperature sensor will often read a few degrees above that of the
ambient temperature. In addition, software-managed calibration may be required before use.

See the RX63N/RX631 datasheet for more hardware specifications and programming information.

CPU AND PERIPHERAL CLOCKS

The SIM110 uses the external 12MHz oscillator module attached to the MCU's input clock circuit as the
primary source for all non-timekeeping clocks in the system.

The RX MCU, like all modern MCUs, has sophisticated internal clock management circuitry which takes a
few input clock frequencies and delivers a plethora of derivative clocks; some higher frequency, some
lower. For instance, the RX MCU can take a single 12MHz input clock and create derivative clocks such as
the core 96MHz CPU clock as well as various peripheral clocks including 48MHz required for the 12mbps
USB ports, 9600 baud for a UART serial port, 48MHz for the SRAM bus, etc. While the RX63x MCU family
used on the SIM110 can operate up to 100MHz, on the SIM110 it should typically be programmed to
operate at 96MHz so that all the other peripherals can divide down properly from that top frequency. The
complexity and capabilities of the RX family clock system are beyond the scope of this guide: consult the
Renesas documentation for a complete description.

TIME KEEPING, CLOCK CIRCUITS AND OSCILLATORS

The following terms are important to understand theory of operation described herein:

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Clock:       A square-wave logic-level periodic signal (not a clock as in a timekeeping clock of
Oscillator:  time/date/minutes/hours, etc.)
RTCC:        A crystal or resonating oscillator circuit that creates a fixed-frequency sine wave used in a
             specific circuit to create a clock signal
             A real time clock/calendar which keeps track of the correct time/date as set by the end user
             or some other means.

There are many producers and consumers of stable clock signals (or "clocks") on the SIM110.

All clocks including, for instance, the 96MHz CPU core clock, the 12MHz USB clock, and a 9,600baud
serial port clock can be traced back to an originating oscillator source somewhere. The two main
oscillators/clocks in the SIM110 are:

1) The relatively accurate 32.768 KHz crystal oscillator attached to the RTCC input on the MCU. For
    modules with battery-backed RTCC capability, this oscillator can continue to operate without
    module main power applied.

2) The relatively accurate 12MHz clock to the MCU, which is multiplied and divided in a variety of
    ways inside the MCU to generate the 96MHz the MCU runs at as well as all the different peripheral
    clocks.

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MCU ON-CHIP BATTERY BACKED REAL-TIME CLOCK/CALENDAR

Time keeping (i.e. year/month/day/hour/etc.) can be performed using the RX MCU's internal Real Time
Clock/Calendar peripheral if the family member has the 32.768 KHz crystal populated on the module.

The RTCC peripheral must be configured (via software and registers) to be enabled and use that clock
input correctly.

RTCC BATTERY BACKUP

The RX63x MCU has several power inputs, including a "main" 3.3V power input connected to the main
module power along with a backup battery power input pin. The RTCC is normally powered from the main
module power. When main power fails it automatically switches to battery power (if available).

Some family members of the SIM110 have an on-module battery holder designed to accommodate an
industry standard CR1220 coin cell battery. This coin cell battery is connected to the RTCC battery backup
voltage input on the RX63x MCU.

With a good quality battery, the clock/calendar could run for up to several years without replacement.
Consult the RX62N/RX621 data sheet or Contact Renesas for detailed assistance in calculating battery life
expectations in your specific end-usage model.

RTCC REAL TIME CLOCK TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION

Like all timekeeping devices, the RTCC will drift over time. Few timepieces are perfectly accurate! The drift
and resulting inaccuracy are determined by the accuracy of the 32.768 KHz oscillator. Temperature
variance is the most common culprit: crystals have slight variations in frequency over temperature.

The RX63x MCU Family RTC peripheral has a Time Error Adjustment Register (RADJ) which, when
combined with the SIM110's on-chip temperature sensor, could be used with custom software to improve
the accuracy over temperature of the RTCC. Contact Renesas for assistance if your application requires
this level of precision in your specific end-usage model.

J1: PCB EDGE CONNECTOR

            The SIM110 and many other new Serious Integrated
            Modules contain a special PCB Edge Connector primarily
            used for software development, SIM manufacturing, and
volume (re)programming. It features the full signals of the JTAG
port, USB device port, primary UART, as well as power in/out
connections. The mating connector is the Samtec MEC6-110-02-L-
D-RA1-TR.

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        J1 is not polarized or keyed. Connecting J1 backwards can damage your SIM.

The PCB Edge Connector is designed as a unified connector across a variety of SIM families, including
those based on the Renesas RX62N/RX621 as well as RX63N/RX631 MCUs. These MCUs have a variety of I/O
multiplexers allowing one of numerous different peripheral functions to map to a given I/O pin. Consult
the respective hardware manuals for the complete list of options. The following chart shows the intended
primary usage of each pin on the PCB Edge Connector, rather than every possible usage:

Signal                            Description                            J1   RX631/63N        RX621/62N
Name                                                                                           MCU Name
                                                                         Pin  MCU Name

+3V3       Regulated 3.3V output from module; see Power Supplies for     1
           more current limitations and more information.

RESET#     System RESET# input and/or output; weakly pulled high on the  2               RES#
           module.

           Same as the +5V incoming power pin on USB Device Connector.

+5V_USBF   Do not connect power simultaneously to both of these pins. See 3

           USB Device ("Function") Power.

PC7/MISOA  PC7 has special a special boot-mode function when RESET# is   4    PC7                MD1
           released on the RX63N/631

MD/FINED   MCU enters USB boot mode when pulled low at RESET#            5    MD/FINED           MD0

PC7/MISOA SPI Data Master In/Slave Out                                   6            PC7/MISOA

TCK/FINEC Debug/Programming Pin                                          7    TCK/FINEC

PC5/RSPCKA SPI Clock                                                     8           PC5/RSPCKA

EMLE       Debug/Programming Pin                                         9               EMLE

PC6/MOSIA SPI Data Master Out/Slave In                                   10           PC6/MOSIA

TRST#      Debug/Programming Pin                                         11   TRST#

PC4/SSLA0 SPI Slave Select (active low)                                  12           PC4/SSLA0

TDO        Debug/Programming Pin                                         13   TDO
USB0DM
TMS        USB Device Data+. Connected to USB Mini-B                     14   USB0DM             USB1DM
USB0DP
TDI        Debug/Programming Pin                                         15   TMS
P20/SDA1
GND        USB Device Data+. Connected to USB Mini-B                     16   USB0DP             USB1DP
P21/SCL1
           Debug/Programming Pin                                         17   TDI
           I2C Data
           Ground                                                        18
           I2C Clock
                                                                         19              GND

                                                                         20 P12/SCL1/RXD2 P12/SCL0/RXD2

You can design your own adapter or daughterboard to fit this connector, or use the Serious Programming
Adapter 100 (SPA100).

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SPA100 SERIOUS PROGRAMMING ADAPTER

The Serious Programming Adapter 100 (SPA100) is an inexpensive
programming/USB cable adapter for use with the SIM110 and other Serious
Integrated Modules with the 20 pin PCB Edge Connector. Features include:

      Samtec MEC6-110-02-L-D-RA1-TR 20-position mating connector for the
          PCB Edge Connector

      Standard Renesas 14 pin JTAG header allowing simple connection to
          various debuggers and programmers, including the Renesas E1 and the Segger
          J-Link family. A full description of the E1 connector signals and interactions with
          the RX MCU can be found in the Renesas E1/E20 Emulator Additional Notes for RX600 Family
          Application Note

      USB Mini-B connector exposing the USB Device of the target SIM (especially useful for SIMs that
          have the circuit but no connector, such as the SIM110-A01)

      Power jumpers so the USB Mini-B connector can supply (or not) the power to the unit
      Jumper to put the SIM110 in Renesas USB Boot Mode
      Low cost

             The SPA100 PCB Edge Connector is not polarized or keyed. Connecting it backwards may
             damage your SIM.
             Unless the appropriate jumper on SPA100 is removed, the USB Mini-B Power input pin on the
             SPA-100 is directly connected to the USB Mini-B power input: connecting both simultaneously
             may damage your SIM or even your PC/Hub powering the SIM/SPA100.
            The PCB Edge Connector is not designed for live power insertion/removal. Ensure the power to
            the SIM is off when connecting or disconnecting from this port to avoid damage your SIM or
            connected equipment.

Consult the SPA100 documentation for more details and recommended usage guidelines.

J2: TAG-CONNECT PROGRAMMING PORT

         Tag-Connect is a rapid-connection system designed for in-situ reprogramming or
         connectivity. It adds no cost to the target hardware and is implemented on the PCB
         through a simple set of landing pads and guide holes. The SIM110 has a 10 pin pad-set
         designed to accommodate the TC2050-IDC-NLFP cable or similar.

In some variants, the SIM110 will not have the Mini-B connector populated. In some customer designed

systems incorporating a SIM, system access to the Mini-B connector may be obstructed. J2 allows rapid

connection to the SIM for maintenance/servicing.

Signal   Description                                 J2 RX631/63N MCU RX621/62N MCU
Name
+D_USBF  USB Device Data+. Connected to USB Mini-B.  Pin  Pin Name        Pin Name
         USB Device Data+. Connected to USB Mini-B.
-D_USBF                                              1    USB0DP          USB1DP

                                                     2    USB0DM          USB1DM

TDO      *TxD UART Transmit 3.3V                     3              TxD1

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TDI           *RxD UART Receive 3.3V                                  4                  RxD1

BOOTMODE1     PC7 (RX63X) and MD1 (RX62X) special boot-               5             PC7                   MD1
              mode function pins when RESET# is released

              Same as the +5V incoming power pin on USB Device

+5V_USBF      Connector. Do not connect power simultaneously to       6

              both of these pins. See USB Device ("Function") Power.

BOOTMODE0 MCU enters USB boot mode when pulled low at RES#.           7   MD/FINED                        MD0

RESET#        System Reset input and/or output; pulled high on the    8                  RES#
              module.
GND                                                                                      GND
GND           Ground                                                  9                  GND

              Ground                                                  10

             Upcoming versions of SHIP may support SHIPEngine and cargo uploading via the USB Device
             port, including (with the correct hardware adapter) via the Tag-Connect connector. A
             maintenance person (for example) could, with a laptop and USB<>Tag-Connect cable, hold the
             connector to the pads and upgrade the GUI and SHIPEngine on the unit in a few seconds.

At this time, there is no standard Serious cable for this port; contact Serious for assistance in using this
connector.

J3: 7-PIN JST POWER AND COMMUNICATIONS CONNECTOR

The most common way a SIM110 is connected to another system is via the 7-pin
JST wire-to-board connection enabled by J3. The connector on the SIM110 PCB
is a JST SM07B-GHS-TB(LF)(SN).

When designing your own wire harness, specify mating housing GHR-07V-S with

7 JST crimp pins SSHL-002T-P0.2 which support wire gauges from 26 to 30 AWG.

Check the SIM DC Power Specifications of the SIM to ensure the gauge of wire

selected is sufficient for the power required.

     Signal           Description                                                                         J3
     Name                                                                                                 Pin

     +5V_EXT          +5V incoming power pin. See Power Supplies.                                         1

     +3V3             Regulated 3.3V output from module, See Power Supplies for current limitations and   2
     RESET#           more information.

                      System Reset input and/or output; pulled high on the module.                        3

     P03/DA0          With SHIPEngine, this functions as a 3.3V p-p audio output DAC.                     4
     P47/AN7/AAN7
                      It is multi-connected to an analog input port, a DAC port, and can also be used as
                      GPIO with custom software.

     P00/TXD6         With SHIPEngine, this is the primary UART0 TxD pin (3.3V).
                      Custom software may be able reconfigure this pin in numerous ways depending on 5

                      the MCU pin it is connected to.

     P01/RXD6         With SHIPEngine, this is the primary UART0 RxD pin (3.3V).
     GND
                      Custom software may be able reconfigure this pin in numerous ways depending on 6
                      the MCU pin it is connected to.

                      Ground                                                                              7

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             Several signals on this connector are directly connected to signals on other connectors,
             including +3V3, RESET#, +5V_EXT. Ensure that common signal connections are appropriate
             or you may damage your SIM or connected equipment.
             SHIPEngine uses the primary UART0 provided on pins 4 and 5 of J3 as the main communications
             mechanism for communicating with external systems.

JST America offers a sample service for wire harnesses, and custom wire harness manufacturers such as
TLC Electronics can assist in small to large volume harness development and production.

There is no legacy full-level RS232 port on the SIM110. However, a simple and very inexpensive adaptor
(such as the CircuitMonkey.com USB-Serial TTL Adapter) can be easily attached to primary 3.3V UART
Tx/Rx signals to enable full serial-over-USB communications to a PC. Alternatively, a common RS232 chip
(like the venerable MAX232 or similar) can boost the 3.3V UART levels to traditional RS232 voltages.

J4: USB MINI-B DEVICE CONNECTOR

All SIM110 variants have the USB device (or "function" in USB nomenclature) circuitry
populated. However, only some SIM110 variants (family members) have the USB
Mini-B connector J4 present. The five standard USB device signals (+5V, GND, USBID,
USB-, USB+) are always present on the PCB Edge Connector.

The USB port is a USB 2.0 Full Speed (12 mbps max) port. The USB Vendor ID (VID)

and  Product   ID           (PID)  are  software      dependent.  See

www.seriousintegrated.com/docs/usb for information on Serious VID/PID

combinations.

     Verify the USB hub or PC can supply the required power to the SIM before connecting.

     The USB Mini-B Power input pin (+5V_USBF) on the PCB Edge Connector is directly connected
     to the USB Mini-B power input: connecting both simultaneously may damage your SIM or
     even connected equipment such as a PC or USB Hub.

     SHIPTide and SHIPEngine communicate over the USB Device port to download and update the
     SHIPEngine and GUI cargo during the development and manufacturing processes.

J5: 24-PIN FFC EXPANSION CONNECTOR

J5, if present on the SIM family member, is designed for expansion of numerous GPIO signals from the
MCU. Note that J5 contains the same seven connections redundantly as the 7-pin J3 JST connection, and
can (if desired) be the only connection into the SIM110.

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The connector on the PCB is the FCI 10051922-2410ELF 24 position 0.5mm Gold
plated Bottom signal latching connector. Molex makes a line of standard flex cables
that can be used for this connector, for example the 6" Molex 21020-0259.

If the SIM110 family member has the RX63N (vs. RX631) MCU specified, the MCU's
Reduced MII (RMII) Ethernet MAC connection is fully available on J5 for connection
of an external RMII PHY, magnetics, and 10/100 Ethernet jack.

The RX63N/RX631 MCUs have an extensive I/O multiplexers allowing one of many
different peripheral functions to map to a given I/O pin: consult the RX63N/RX631
hardware manuals for the complete list of options.

             Several signals on this connector are directly connected to signals on other connectors,
             including +3V3, RESET#, +5V_EXT. Ensure that common signal connections are appropriate
             or you may damage your SIM or connected equipment.
             SHIPEngine uses the primary UART0 supplied on pins J5.20 and J5.21 as the main
             communications mechanism for communicating with external systems.

SCHEMATICS AND MORE INFORMATION

Schematics for the SIM110 and SPA100 Programming Adapter in Adobe PDF format can be found in the
Serious Documentation Zone at www.seriousintegrated.com/docs.

For more information on the SIM110:

      Visit www.seriousintegrated.com/SIM110
      Contact a Serious manufacturers' representative
      Contact a Serious authorized distributor
      Visit mySerious.com
      Contact Serious directly

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