CME-2107 - M-CORE Development board
The CME-2107 is a low cost development system for the Motorola MMC2107 Mcore Microcontroller operating in Single-Chip or 16 bit wide Master (Expanded Bus) modes. The development kit provides software and hardware to evaluate the MMC2107 or to develop custom applications. System is Plug and Play with the supplied CME-2107 Development Board, Mbug Monitor/Debugger in the on-board firmware memory sockets, 256K x 16 SRAM for program debugging, Serial Cable, 9v 300ma Wall Plug, printed hardware manual and the Axiom MCORE support CD with PC compatible terminal interface software, Assembler and C compiler (GNU), programming utilities, and sample software.
• MMC2107 MCORE Controller Features
- 32bit RISC CPU, 33MHz / 33MIPs
- 128K Byte Flash
- 8K Byte SRAM
- Dual SCI
- 2 Timers w/ Capture, Compare, Pulse count, PWM
- 8 Channel 10 bit QADC
- 8 Channel Interrupt / Edge Port
- Clock Synthesizer (PLL) w/ 4MHz Crystal ref.
• Master and Single-Chip Modes Supported
• Standard fixed memory: 256K x 16 (512KByte) SRAM
• One Pair of Configurable 32pin memory sockets for
32K to 2MByte EPROM (MBUG Installed)
• COM1 - SCI0 w/ RS232 type DB9-S Connection
• COM2 – SCI1 w/ RS232 type DB9-S Connection and
TX/RX swap option.
• 16 Bit Data Bus with even/odd 8 bit memory control
• LCD Interface Port w/ Contrast Adj., Memory Mapped
(80 or 160 character)
• Keypad Interface Port, up to 16 Keys
• MCU PORT provides digital, timer, and analog I/O
• BUS PORT provides data and address bus I/O or Digital I/O for same ports in Single-Chip Mode.
• CONTROL PORT provides control signals and auxiliary chip select I/O
• OnCE Debug Port
• All I/O connectorized on .1 grid
• Solderless Breadboard and Prototype Areas
• Easy Power Connection and Tap points
• 7 to 20VDC input to 5 and 3.3V Power Supply
• Operating Power: 100ma @ 3.3V
• Board Size: 6.0 x 6.5 inches
The CME-2107 development system provides MBUG operating firmware with programming utilities on-board with the ability to switch between them with one jumper setting. The MBUG Monitor allows loading and simple debugging of user applications. Operation allows the user to locate code in the On-Board RAM, set Break Points, Trace, and display or modify registers or memory. After code is operational the user may relocate the code and program the MMC2107 Flash EEPROM for dedicated operation of new software. No additional hardware or software is required. For higher level debug, serial interface kernels or the OnCE Debug Port is available to connect to tool suites or a background debugger.