Informations de l’équipement

Fluke 9000A-Z8000 Interface
Fabricant:
Fluke
Modèle: 9000A-Z8000
Date: 1984
Catégorie: Mètres
Groupe: Interface
Description: Interface Pod
Informations:
                                    PURPOSE OF THE INTERFACE POD

The 9000A-Z8000 Interface Pod (hereafter referred to as the
Pod) interfaces any Fluke 9000 series Micro-System
Troubleshooter (hereafter referred to as the Troubleshooter)
to equipment using one of the Z8000 family of
microprocessors. The Troubleshooter services printed circuit
boards, instruments, and systems employing microprocessors.
The 9000A-Z8000 Interface Pod adapts the general purpose
architecture of the Troubleshooter to the specific
architecture of the Z8000 microprocessor family. The Pod
adapts such microprocessor-specific functions as pin layout,
status/control functions, interrupt handling, timing, and
memory and I/O addressing.

The 9000A-Z8000 Interface Pod can accommodate all four
members of the Z8000 family: Z8001, Z8002, Z8003, and Z8004.
An adapter is provided for use with the 40-pin Z8002 and
Z8004 versions. A switch on the Pod selects between
Segmented Memory Z8001 and Z8002 versions, and Virtual
Memory Z8003 and Z8004 versions. Unless otherwise specified,
references to the “Z8000” in this manual refer to any of the
Z8000 family of microprocessors.

DESCRIPTION OF POD

Figure 1-1 shows the communication between the
Troubleshooter, the Pod, and the Unit-Under-Test (hereafter
referred to as the UUT). Cables connect the Pod to the
Troubleshooter via a front-panel connector and to the UUT
through the microprocessor socket.

The external features of the Pod is shown in Figure 1-2.

Internally, the Pod consists of a pair of printed circuit
board assemblies mounted within an impact-resistant case.
The Pod contains a Z8000 family microprocessor along with
the supporting hardware and control software that is
required to do the following:

1.	Perform handshaking with the Troubleshooter.

2.	Receive and execute commands from the Troubleshooter.

3.	Report UUT status to the Troubleshooter.

4.	Allow the Pod microprocessor to operate the UUT.

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Instruction Manual

1-1. PURPOSE OF THE INTERFACE POD ........................ 1-1

1-2. DESCRIPTION OF POD
...................................... 1-1

1-3.	SPECIFICATIONS
........................................... 1-3

2	INSTALLATION AND SELF TEST
................................... 2-1

2-1.	INTRODUCTION
............................................2-1

2-2.	INSTALLING THE MICROPROCESSOR IN THE POD......... 2-1

2-3.	CONNECTING THE POD TO THE TROUBLESHOOTER ....... 2-1

2-4.	PERFORMING THE POD SELF TEST ........................ 2-3

2-5.	CONNECTING THE POD TO THE UUT....................... 2-3

3	MICROPROCESSOR DATA
......................................... 3-1

3-1.	INTRODUCTION
............................................ 3-1

3-2.	MICROPROCESSOR SIGNALS ............................... 3-1

4	OPERATING INFORMATION
........................................ 4-1

4-1.	INTRODUCTION
............................................ 4-1

4-2. GETTING
STARTED......................................... 4-1

4-3. ADDRESS SPACE ASSIGNMENT ............................ 4-2

4-4.
Introduction................................................ 4-2

4-5. Address Mapping
........................................... 4-2

4-6. STATUS/CONTROL LINES .................................. 4-4

4-7.
Introduction................................................ 4-4

4-8. Status Line Bit Assignments
.................................. 4-4

4-9. User-Enableable Status Lines
................................. 4-5

4-10. Status Flags Generated by the Pod
............................ 4-6

4-11.	POWER FAIL STATUS FLAG ............................ 4-6

4-12.	TIMEOUT FLAG ........................................ 4-6

4-13.	NON-MASKABLE INTERRUPT ACKNOWLEDGE FLAG .. 4-6

4-14.	NON-VECTORED INTERRUPT ACKNOWLEDGE FLAG ... 4-6

4-15.	VECTORED INTERRUPT ACKNOWLEDGE FLAG ........ 4-6

4-16.	SEGMENT PAGE ADDRESS TRANSLATION TRAP

ACKNOWLEDGE FLAG
..........................................................4-6

4-17. Forcing
Lines............................................... 4-7

4-18. Interrupt Lines
............................................. 4-7

4-19. User-Writeable Control Lines
................................. 4-7
4-20. Control Line Bit
Assignments................................. 4-7

4-21.	SPECIAL FEATURES AND CONTROLS OF THE Z8000 POD ..4-8

4-22. QUICK FUNCTIONS
......................................... 4-8

4-23. Quick-Looping Read or Write
................................ 4-9

4-24. Quick RAM Test
........................................... 4-13

4-25. Quick ROM Test
...........................................4-16

4-26. SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE Z8000 POD ....................4-16

4-27.	Interrupt Acknowledge Words (Addresses F000 0000 -
F000 0003) . 4-18

4-27.	Fast-Looping Read/Write at Last Address (Address F000
0004) ... 4-18

4-29. Default High Address (Address F000 0005)
..................... 4-18

4-30.	Fast RAM Test and Fast ROM Test Addresses (Addresses

F000 0006 - F000
00011)...................................... 4-18

4-31. Last Test Status (Address F000 0012)
.......................... 4-19

4-32. Run UUT FCW (Address F000
0013).......................... 4-19

4-33.	Transparent Read Address Control (Addresses F000 0014 -

F000 0015) .................................................
4-19

4-34. State of MO Output (Address F000 0016
....................... 4-19

4-35. Refresh Enabled (Address F000
0017).......................... 4-19

4-36. Refresh Rate (Address F000
0018)............................. 4-19

4-37. State of Fast Mode (Address F000 0019)
....................... 4-20

4-38. State of Continuous Interrupt Flag (Address F000 001
A)......... 4-20

4-39. Last Error Group (Addresses F000 001B - F000 0021)
...........4-20

4-40. Error Reporting Masks (Addresses F000 0022 - F000
0023) ....... 4-22

4-41. Self Test Diagnostic (Address F000 0024)
...................... 4-22

4-42.	DEFAULT ADDRESSES FOR LEARN, BUS TEST,

AND RUN UUT ............................................. 4-22

4-43. Learn Operation Default Address
............................. 4-23

4-44. Bus Test Default Address for Data Line Testing
................ 4-23

4-45. Run UUT Mode
............................................ 4-23

4-46. INTERRUPT HANDLING
.................................... 4-23

4-47.	PROBE AND OSCILLOSCOPE SYNCHRONIZATION MODES . 4-24

4-48. PROBLEMS DUE TO A MARGINAL UUT .................... 4-24

4-49. UUT Operating Speed and Memory
Access..................... 4-25

4-50. UUT Noise
Levels........................................... 4-25

4-51. Bus
Loading................................................ 4-25

4-52. Clock
Loading.............................................. 4-25

4-53. POD DRIVE CAPABILITY
................................... 4-25

4-54.	LOW UUT POWER DETECTION ............................. 4-25

5 THEORY OF
OPERATION........................................... 5-1

5-1.	INTRODUCTION
............................................ 5-1

5-2. GENERAL POD OPERATION ................................ 5-t

5-3. Processor Section
........................................... 5-1

5-4. UUT Interface Section
....................................... 5-4

5-5. Timing and Control Section
.................................. 5-5

5-6. DETAILED BLOCK DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION ............... 5-5

5-7. Detailed Description of the Processor
Section................... 5-5

5-8. Detailed Description of the UUT Interface Section
.............. 5-8

5-9.	Detailed Description of the Timing and Control Section
......... 5-9

5-10. Pod Context
............................................... 5-9

5-11. UUT
Context............................................... 5-10
5-12. Detailed Description of the Self Test Circuit
........................................5-11

5-13.
Initialization................................................................................................5-12

6	TROUBLESHOOTING
............................................................................................6-1

6-1.	INTRODUCTION
............................................................................6-1

6-2. WARRANTY AND FACTORY SERVICE
............................................6-1

6-3. GETTING
STARTED.........................................................................6-1

6-4. DETERMINING WHETHER THE POD IS DEFECTIVE OR

INOPERATIVE
............................................................................................6-2

6-5. TROUBLESHOOTING A DEFECTIVE POD
......................................6-3

6-6.
Introduction.....................................................................................6-3

6-7. Interpreting the Self Test Failure Codes
................................................6-3

6-8. Preparation for Troubleshooting a Defective Pod
..............................6-5

6-9. TROUBLESHOOTING AN INOPERATIVE POD
............................6-7

6-10.
Introduction................................................................................................6-7

6-11. Preparation for Troubleshooting an Inoperative
Pod..........................6-7

6-12. Procedure for Troubleshooting an Inoperative Pod
............................6-9

6-13. EXTENDED TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
........................6-13

6-14. Cable Lines
................................................................................................6-13

6-15. Pod Enable Lines
......................................................................................6-13

6-16. Timing
Problems........................................................................................6-13

6-17. Noise Problems
..........................................................................................6-13

6-18.
DISASSEMBLY.............................................. 6-13

7	LIST OF REPLACEABLE PARTS
.................................... 7-1

7-1.	INTRODUCTION
............................................ 7-1

7-2. HOW TO OBTAIN PARTS ................................... 7-1

7-3.	MANUAL CHANGE AND BACKDATING INFORMATION..... 7-2

A UTILITY PROGRAM FOR QUICK
FUNCTIONS..............................................A-1
8	SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
......................................................................................8-1

8-1.	TABLE OF CONTENTS
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