8-Bit Microcontroller. TMP86CM29B Datasheet

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TMP86FM29
Comparison table of TMP86C829B/H29B/M29B/PM29A/PM29B/C929AXB and TMP86FM29
Difference
ROM
RAM
I/O
External
Interrupt
AD Converter
Timer Counter
Serial Interface
LCD
Key-on
Wakeup
Operating
Voltage
in MCU Mode
Operating
Temperature
in MCU Mode
Writing to
Flash Memory
CPU Wait (Note 1)
TMP86C829B
TMP86CH29B
TMP86CM29B
TMP86PM29A
TMP86PM29B
8 K (Mask ROM)
16 K (Mask ROM)
32 K (OTP)
32 K (Mask ROM)
512
1.5 K
1.5 K
1.5 K
42 pin
TMP86C929AXB
(Emulation chip)
(Note 3)
42 pin (MCU part)
5 pin
10-bit AD converter × 8 ch
18-bit timer × 1 ch
8-bit timer × 4 ch
8-bit UART / SIO × 1 ch
32 seg × 4 com
4 ch
1.8 to 5.5 V at 4.2 MHz
2.7 to 5.5 V at 8 MHz
4.5 to 5.5 V at 16 MHz
1.8 to 5.25 V at 4.2 MHz
2.7 to 5.25 V at 8 MHz
4.5 to 5.25 V at 16 MHz
40 to 85
0 to 60°C
N/A
TMP86FM29F
32 K (Flash)
2K
42 pin
5 pin
10-bit AD converter × 8 ch
18-bit timer × 1 ch
8-bit timer × 4 ch
8-bit UART / SIO × 1 ch
32 seg × 4 com (Note 2)
4 ch
1.8 to 3.6 V at 4.2 MHz (External clock)
1.8 to 3.6 V at 8 MHz (Resonator)
2.7 to 3.6 V at 16 MHz
40 to 85°C
2.7 to 3.6V at 16 MHz
25°C ± 5°C
Available
Note 1: The CPU wait is a CPU halt function for stabilizing of power supply of Flash memory. The CPU wait
period is as follows. In the CPU wait period except RESET, CPU is halted but peripheral functions
are not halted. Therefore, if the interrupt occurs during the CPU wait period, the interrupt latch is set.
In this case, if the IMF has been set to “1”, the interrupt service routine is executed after CPU wait
period. For details refer to 2.14 “Flash Memory” in TMP86FM29 data sheet.
Thus, even if the same software is executed in 86FM29 and 86C829B/H29B/M29B/PM29A/PM29B
/C929AXB, the operation process is not the same. Therefore, when the final operating confirmation
on target application is executed for software development of Mask ROM Product
(86C829B/H29B/M29B), not the Flash product (86FM29) but the OTP product (86PM29A/PM29B)
should be used.
Condition
After reset release
Changing from STOP mode to NORMAL mode
(at EEPCR<MNPWDW> = “1”)
Changing from STOP mode to SLOW mode
(at EEPCR<MNPWDW> = “1”)
Changing from IDLE0/1/2 mode to NORMAL mode
(at EEPCR<ATPWDW> = “0”)
Changing from SLEEP0/1/2 mode to SLOW mode
(at EEPCR<ATPWDW> = “0”)
Wait Time
210/fc[s]
210/fc[s]
23/fs[s]
210/fc[s]
23/fs[s]
Halt/Operate
CPU
Peripherals
Halt Halt
Halt Operate
Halt Operate
Halt Operate
Halt Operate
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TMP86FM29
Note 2: The 86FM29 can not drive the 5V LCD panel because the electrical characteristics in 86FM29 is
altered from 86C829B/H29B/M29B/PM29A/PM29B/C929AXB. The recommended operating
condition of V3 pin in TMP86FM29 is 3.6V(max). For details, refer to “Electrical Characteristics”.
When the LCD booster circuit is used in 86FM29, connect the reference voltage and capacitor as
shown in "case2". Though the method of "case1" has been recommended in 86C829B
/H29B/M29B/PM29A/PM29B datasheets, the 86FM29 should not use method of "case1". Even if the
method of "case1" is used in the 86C829B/H29B/M29B/PM29A/PM29B/C929AXB, the function and
operation are not issue at all. However, if the "case2" is used, the booster ability becomes higher
than "case1". Therefore, when the application board is designed newly in future, the method of
"case2" is also recommended in 86C829B/H29B/M29B/PM29A/PM29B/C929AXB.
VDD
V3
V2
C0
CCC
C1
V1
VSS
Reference voltage
(1 V)
Case 1
(For 86C829B/H29B/M29B/PM29A/PM29B/C929AXB)
VDD
VSS
V3
V2
V1
C1
C0
C
C
Reference voltage
(1 V)
C
Case 2
(For 86FM29 and 86C829B/H29B/M29B/
PM29A/PM29B/C929AXB)
Note 3: Flash function, CPU wait period and serial PROM mode cannot be emulated in the 86C929AXB. If
the software including the flash function is executed in 86C929AXB, the operation process differs
from 86FM29.
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CMOS 8-Bit Microcontroller
TMP86FM29UG/FG
TMP86FM29
The TMP86FM29 is the high-speed, high-performance and low power consumption 8-bit
microcomputer, including FLASH, RAM, LCD driver, multi-function timer/counter, serial interface
(UART/SIO), a 10-bit AD converter and two clock generators on chip.
Product No.
TMP86FM29UG
TMP86FM29FG
FLASH
32768 × 8 bits
RAM
1536 × 8 bits
Package
P-LQFP64-1010-0.50E
P-QFP64-1414-0.80C
Emulation Chip
TMP86C929AXB
Feautures
8-bit single chip microcomputer TLCS-870/C series
Instruction execution time: 0.25 µs (at 16 MHz)
122 µs (at 32.768 kHz)
132 types and 731 basic instructions
19 interrupt sources (External: 5, Internal: 14)
Input/Output ports (39 pins)
(Out of which 24 pins are also used as SEG pins)
18-bit timer counter: 1 ch
Timer, Event counter,
Pulse width measurement,
Frequencymeasurement modes
8-bit timer counter: 4 ch
Timer, Event counter,
PWM output, Programmable divider output,
PPG output modes
Time Base Timer
Divider output function
P-LQFP64-1010-0.50E
TMP86FM29UG
P-QFP64-1414-0.80C
TMP86FM29FG
030619EBP1
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