Tools & software
As a development/mass production tools self-developed by SinOne, SC LINK is designed for offline/online programming & simulation and TouchKey debugging of SOC 8051 series IC.
SC92F/93F/95F series MCU
Online programming, offline programming, online simulation, Touchkey debugging, multi-code management and partition programming.
Operating Current (idle)
Supply Voltage of Programming Interface (5V)
Equal to Supply Voltage
Supply Voltage of Programming Interface (3.3V)
Length of External Programming Cable
Capacitance Range between VDD and VSS upon Programming on Board
1. Hardware Descriptions
① USB Interface: Used for connecting PC and power supply.
② Programming buttons: Used for triggering programming in offline programming mode; Long press to power on and enter firmware upgrading mode.
③ RUN Lamp: Red light turns on after power-on.
④ Busy Lamp: Red light; In offline programming mode, the lamp flashes when IC is programming; In firmware upgrading mode, the lamp flashes indicating the firmware is upgrading;
⑤ OK Lamp: Blue light; In offline programming mode, the lamp lights when the programming is completed
⑥ NG Lamp: Red light; In offline programming mode, the lamp lights when the programming fails
⑦ Cable Interface: The cable interface below is sorted subject to the actual sequence with the function category distinguished by the font color: blue for programming interface, black for programmer interface and red for power output interface
2. Simulation Descriptions
SC LINK PRO provides MCU online simulation for SOC 92/93/95 series, which is available for debugging, step debugging, step-over debugging and RST operations for up to 8 breakpoints (7 for users, and 1 as hidden breakpoint), to view and modify RAM and SFR and debug the program in development stage. Before use, complete the following configurations.
① Open Keil project file, click the shortcut icon “Target Option”, select “Debug” in “Target Option” interface, click “Use” and select “SOC 8051 Driver”, and then check “Run to main()”, as shown in the figure below:
② Click “Utilities” and select “SOC 8051 Driver” from “Use Target Driver for Flash Programming”, as shown in the figure below:
③ Click “Settings” to enter “Programming Option Information Interface”, as shown in the figure below:
④ Programming Option Information Configuration.
1) Chip Select: select IC name for pre-programming or simulation.
2) Programming Setting: select automatic programming, including erasing, programming, verifying, etc.
3) Programming Options: Set Code Option as needed.
4) Programming Area: APROM or EEPROM.
5) Upgrade: Upgrade the library file.
6) Help: Version-related information.