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Debug Interface for MC9S08DV60

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Thommi_Tulpe
Contributor IV

Hello,

I have to design a board with the MC9S08DV60 8bit MC.

How can I connect the MC to the CodeWarrior Developmet Environment.

I looked in the schematic from the DEMO09S08DZ60. In this schematic the connection is done with an IC from P&E via USB.

Is there another way to program and debug the MC9S08DV60?

 

I also have a demoboard for the MCR9S08KA8 (DEMO9RS08KA8). On this Board there is a USB To BDM Interface. Can I connect this Interface to the BKG0 and RESET Pin of the MC9S08DV60 to download and debug porgramms with the CodeWarrior?

 

Is it posible to design a gateway to the CodeWarrior without USB e. g. with the parallel or serial com port of the personal computer (PC)?

I did something like that for the DSP56F803, but this DSP has a JTAG-Interface.

 

What is the easyest way to program the MC9S08DV60 ?

 

Hope someon can help

 

Thomas

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bigmac
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Hello Thomas,

 


Thommi_Tulpe wrote:

 

I have to design a board with the MC9S08DV60 8bit MC.

How can I connect the MC to the CodeWarrior Developmet Environment.

I looked in the schematic from the DEMO09S08DZ60. In this schematic the connection is done with an IC from P&E via USB.

Is there another way to program and debug the MC9S08DV60?

 


Programming and debug via 6-pin BDM connection.  Refer to the Reference Manual for the device.  This connection is compatible with P&E USB Multilink Interface, or other open source products.


 

I also have a demoboard for the MCR9S08KA8 (DEMO9RS08KA8). On this Board there is a USB To BDM Interface. Can I connect this Interface to the BKG0 and RESET Pin of the MC9S08DV60 to download and debug porgramms with the CodeWarrior?



Once upon a time, the BDM interface associated with a demo board could be used to program devices other than those for which the demo board was intended.  But apparently this is no longer the case.  There may be a workaround for some versions of CW, involving messing with DLL versions.  Refer to https://community.freescale.com/message/49272#49272old thread.

 

The demo board for a 9RS08 product could be problematic for another reason, because it provides a programming voltage not needed by the 9S08 devices.  This voltage would need to be disabled.

 


 

Is it posible to design a gateway to the CodeWarrior without USB e. g. with the parallel or serial com port of the personal computer (PC)?

I did something like that for the DSP56F803, but this DSP has a JTAG-Interface.

 


The BDM communications protocol is described within the Reference Manual or datasheet.  This would seem like a lot of hard work.


Thommi_Tulpe wrote:

 

What is the easyest way to program the MC9S08DV60 ?

 

 



 USB Multilink interface, IMHO.

 

Regards,

Mac

 

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