Programmer E8a not manage MCU renesas D70F3379? What is the programmer i can use please?
The E8a was for the older pre-merger Renesas Technology MCUs, while other tools from pre-merger NEC and post-merger Renesas Electronics exist. There are a few options for the uPD70F3379 (V850ES/FJ3) depending on what hardware you might have available to use:
Renesas Flash Progammer (V2) + E1 / E20 / Minicube2 on-chip debugger - List of MCUs supported by Renesas Flash Programmer V2
QB-Programmer + Minicube2 on-chip debugger - Flash Memory Programmer Parameter Files and Supported MCUs
PG-FP6 Programmer (current) - List of MCUs supported by PG-FP6
PG-FP5 Programmer (discontinued) - List of MCUs supported by PG-FP5
PG-FP4 Programmer (discontinued) - Flash Memory Programmer Parameter Files and Supported MCUs
PG-FPL Compact Programmer (discontinued)
I want program by pinout. I search programmer for Automotive cases.
I'm sorry I don't believe I understand what it is you are asking for. For the pins used for serial program, please refer to the document:
Section 7.3.2 documents the options for pins required to program the MCU.
If you need the pinout for the tools, you will need to reference the specific tool documentation.
I want a programmer which i can program chips from Automotive cars. I know the programmation use serial connection but you need a programmer and software.
minicube2 or E1 can support 70F3379
My first response to your inquiry provided details about what programming tools support the device, I included current as well as older / obsolete tools in case you had something available. Please follow the links to investigate the hardware and software required.
If all you need is a programmer I would recommend the PG-FP6 which is current, available, and supported. Of course this is not the lowest cost option but it supports all current Renesas product and many / most older products from the NEC era and post-merger timeframe.
If you have a Minicube2 or E1 hardware, the easiest option is to download the RFP v2 software package.
@JB, I thought that the E20 supported most of the targets, would you still recommend the PG-FP6? I see mentions of 15VDC on the PG-FP6... does it support programming mask ROMs such as the Jupiter CA2 IC (a.k.a uPD703128)?
The E20 does support older V850 devices, but it is quite expensive due to including trace support for RX devices. The E1/E20 & MINICUBE2 can be used with RFP to program devices, this is what most developers would use for bench programming and development. However for a mass-production programming environment the PG-FP6 would be recommended, it just depends on how the programmer is to be used.