Chip Microcomputer. CXP7500P10 Datasheet

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CXP7500P10 Datasheet
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Part CXP7500P10
Description CMOS 8-bit Single Chip Microcomputer
Feature CXP7500P10; CXP7500P10/7500P11 CMOS 8-bit Single Chip Microcomputer Description The CXP7500P10/7500P11 is a CMOS.
Manufacture Sony Corporation
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Sony Corporation CXP7500P10
CXP7500P10/7500P11
CMOS 8-bit Single Chip Microcomputer
Description
The CXP7500P10/7500P11 is a CMOS 8-bit single
chip microcomputer integrating on a single chip an A/D
converter, serial interface, timer/counter, time-base
timer, on-screen display function, I2C bus interface,
PWM output, remote control reception circuit, HSYNC
counter, watchdog timer, 32kHz timer/counter besides
the basic configurations of 8-bit CPU, ROM, RAM, I/O
ports.
The CXP7500P10/7500P11 also provides a sleep
function that enables to lower the power consumption.
CXP7500P10/7500P11 is the PROM-incorporated
version of the CXP750096/750010/750097/750011 with
built-in mask ROM. This provides the additional feature
of being able to write directly into the program. Thus, it
is most suitable for evaluation use during system
development and for small-quantity production.
64 pin SDIP (Plastic)
64 pin QFP (Plastic)
52 pin SDIP (Plastic)
Features
A wide instruction set (213 instructions) which covers
various types of data
– 16-bit operation/multiplication and division/
Boolean bit operation instructions
Minimum instruction cycle 167ns at 24MHz operation
122µs at 32kHz operation
Incorporated ROM 120K bytes
Structure
Incorporated RAM 2496 bytes (Excludes VRAM for on-screen display)
Silicon gate CMOS IC
Peripheral functions
– A/D converter
8-bit 6-channel successive approximation method
(Conversion time of 3.25µs at 16MHz)
– Serial interface
8-bit clock sync type (MSB/LSB first selectable), 1 channel
– Timer
8-bit timer
8-bit timer/counter
19-bit time-base timer
32kHz timer/counter
– On-screen display (OSD) function 24 × 32 dots, 512 character types,
15 character colors, 2 lines × 32 characters,
frame background 8 colors/half blanking,
background on full screen 15 colors/half blanking
edging/shadowing/rounding for every line,
background with shadow for every character, double scanning,
Sprite OSD 24 × 32 dots, 1 screen, 8 colors for every dot
– I2C bus interface
– PWM output
8 bits, 8 channels
14 bits, 1 channel
– Remote control reception circuit
8-bit pulse measurement counter, 6-stage FIFO
– HSYNC counter
2 channels
– Watchdog timer
Interruption
13 factors, 13 vectors, multi-interruption possible
Standby mode
Sleep
Package
64-pin plastic SDIP/QFP, 52-pin plastic SDIP
Piggy/evaluation chip
CXP750000 64-pin ceramic PQFP/PSDIP (Supports custom font)
Perchase of Sony's I2C components conveys a licence under the Philips I2C Patent Rights to use these components
in an I2C system, provided that the system conforms to the I2C Standard Specifications as defined by Philips.
Sony reserves the right to change products and specifications without prior notice. This information does not convey any license by
any implication or otherwise under any patents or other right. Application circuits shown, if any, are typical examples illustrating the
operation of the devices. Sony cannot assume responsibility for any problems arising out of the use of these circuits.
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CXP7500P10/7500P11
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Sony Corporation CXP7500P10
Pin Assignment (Top View) 64-pin SDIP
PC3
PC2
PC1
PC0
PD7/EC
PD6/RMC
PD5/HS1
PD4/HS0
PD3/SI
PD2/SO
PD1/SCK
PD0/INT2
PA7/HSYNC
PA6/VSYNC
RST
VSS
XTAL
EXTAL
PA5/AN5
PA4/AN4
PA3/AN3
PA2/AN2
PA1/AN1
PA0/AN0
PB7
PB6
PB5
PB4
PB3
PG7/INT1
PG6
PG5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
CXP7500P10/7500P11
64 PC4
63 PC5
62 PC6/PWM6
61 PC7/PWM7
60 PF0/PWM0
59 PF1/PWM1
58 PF2/PWM2
57 PF3/PWM3
56 PF4/SCL0
55 PF5/SCL1/PWM4
54 PF6/SDA0
53 PF7/SDA1/PWM5
52 PE0/TO/ADJ
51 PE1/PWM
50 PE2/TEX/INT0
49 PE3/TX
48 VSS
47 VDD
46 Vpp
45 EXLC
44 XLC
43 PE4/YM
42 PE5/YS
41 PE6/I
40 B
39 G
38 R
37 PB0
36 PB1
35 PB2
34 PG3
33 PG4
Note)
1. Vpp (Pin 46) is left open.
2. Vss (Pins 16 and 48) are both connected to GND.
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