R-Car/Boards/H3SK

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Introduction

This is the Wiki for the Renesas R-Car Starter Kit Premier board (RTP0RC7795SKB00010S). Refer to the R-Car page for information about Renesas' R-Car SoC family.

Hardware

H3SK has two kinds of boards

  • H3 WS1.1 silicon mounted board
    Type name: RTP0RC7795SKBX0010SA00
    
  • H3 WS2.0 silicon mounted board
    Type name: RTP0RC77951SKBX010SA00
    

    Top view
    Bottom view

    Hardware Features

    • R-CAR H3
      • ARM CA57 (ARMv8) 1.5 GHz quad core, with NEON/VFPv4, L1$ I/D 48K/32K, L2$ 2MB
      • ARM CA53 (ARMv8) 1.2 GHz quad core, with NEON/VFPv4, L1$ I/D 32K/32K, L2$ 512K
      • Memory controller for LPDDR4-3200 4GB in 2 channels, each 64-bit wide
      • Two- and three-dimensional graphics engines,
      • Video processing units,
      • 3 channels Display Output,
      • 6 channels Video Input,
      • SD card host interface,
      • USB3.0 and USB2.0 interfaces,
      • CAN interfaces
      • Ethernet AVB
      • PCI Express Interfaces
    • Memories
      • INTERNAL 384KB SYSTEM RAM
      • DDR 4 GB LPDDR4
      • HYPERFLASH 64 MB HYPER FLASH (512 MBITS, 160 MHZ, 320 MBYTES/S)
      • QSPI FLASH 16MB QSPI (128 MBITS,80 MHZ,80 MBYTES/S)1 HEADER QSPI MODULE
      • EMMC 32 GB EMMC (HS400 240 MBYTES/S)
      • MICROSD-CARD SLOT (SDR104 100 MBYTES/S)
    • Connectors
      • CN1 COM Express type connector 440pin
      • CN2 QSPI Flash module
      • CN3 DEBUG JTAG
      • CN4 HDMI
      • CN5 USB 2.0
      • CN6 Push-Pull microSD Card Socket
      • CN7 Ethernet, Connector, RJ45
      • CN8 LINE Out
      • CN9 MIC Input
      • CN10 DEBUG SERIAL (not populated)
      • CN11 CPLD Programming JTAG
      • CN12 DEBUG SERIAL (serial)
      • CN13 Main Power Supply input (5VDC)
      • CN14 CPU Fan
    • Switches
      • SW1 Hyper Flash
      • SW2 Software Readable DIPSWITCHES (4x)
      • SW3 Software Readable Push button
      • SW4 Software Readable Push button
      • SW5 Software Readable Push button
      • SW6 Mode Settings
      • SW7 CPLD Reset
      • SW8 Power
      • SW9 Reset
    • Board specifications
      • Dimensions: 95mm × 95mm
      • Board thickness: 1.6mm
      • External power supply 5V / 6A max, Ripple & Noise (Vp-p) Full load 200mV
      • T opr Operating ambient temperature 0°C to 40°C Do not expose to condensation
      • Vcc 5V system power supply voltage (range 5V +- 5%)
      • I board Maximum current consumption 6A , 40W

    Where to buy

    R-Car Starter Kit Premier(WS2.0) board can be ordered from following distributors:

    Click to buy R-Car Starter Kit Premier board from AVNET - World wide
    Click to by R-Car Starter Kit Premier board from FUTURE - World wide
    Click to buy R-Car Starter Kit Premier board from Marutsu-elec - Japan Only
    Click to by R-Car Starter Kit Premier board from chip1stop - Japan Only
    Click to buy R-Car Starter Kit Premier board from Digi-key - U.S only

    R-Car H3 SoC Documentation

    Official board documentation

    Kingfisher (R-Car Starter Kit extension board)

    Instruction of using H3SK with the Kingfisher board located here http://elinux.org/R-Car/Boards/Kingfisher

    Quick Start How To

    This sections describes steps that are necessary to run a "Hello, World!" application using Yocto build. Both X11 and Wayland are supported.

    Build Yocto image

    Refer to Yocto for steps necessary for making a Yocto image.

    Connect 5 V power supply to the board

    Use 5 V power supply with a 5.5 mm barrel plug. The power supply should be able to provide 4(Min) ~ 8(Max)Amps.

    Note

    • The recommended value is 8 Amps. But, user can use 4 Amps. and 6 Amps. (depends on the use case).

    Connect to serial console

    Use a microUSB cable to connect the PC to R-Car Starter Kit Premier (H3ULCB) board. CN12 ("CPLD/DEBUG") must be used on Starter Kit side. It is routed to SCIF2 in the R-Car H3 via a FT232 interface converter chip.

    On Linux, FT232 driver is included with kernel versions >=2.6.12. Windows driver and sources can be found on FTDI Chip website.

    Serial settings are 115200 8N1. Any standard terminal emulator program can be used.

    On Linux:

    picocom

    sudo picocom -b 115200 DEVICE
    

    replace DEVICE with the proper tty device name, for example /dev/ttyUSB0. Running dmesg | tail can help locating proper device. After the successful connection, picocom should display:

    picocom v1.7
    port is  : /dev/ttyUSB0 flowcontrol  : none baudrate is  : 115200 parity is  : none databits are  : 8 escape is  : C-a local echo is  : no noinit is  : no noreset is  : no nolock is  : no send_cmd is  : sz -vv receive_cmd is : rz -vv imap is  : omap is  : emap is  : crcrlf,delbs,
    Terminal ready

    Use Ctrl+A, Ctrl+Q to exit picocom.

    minicom

    sudo minicom -b 115200 -D DEVICE
    

    replace DEVICE with the proper tty device name, for example /dev/ttyUSB0. Running dmesg | tail can help locating proper device. After the successful connection, minicom should display:

    Welcome to minicom 2.6.2
    OPTIONS: I18n Compiled on Aug 7 2013, 13:32:48. Port /dev/ttyUSB0
    Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys

    Use Ctrl+A, Q to exit minicom.

    Power on the board and go to U-Boot prompt

    Short-press SW8 "Power" to switch the board on. Then you should see the following output in the terminal:

    Welcome to minicom 2.7
    OPTIONS: I18n Compiled on Jan 1 2014, 17:13:19. Port /dev/ttyUSB0, 18:31:48
    Press CTRL-A Z for help on special keys
    NOTICE: BL2: R-Car Gen3 Initial Program Loader(CA57) Rev.1.0.9 NOTICE: BL2: PRR is R-Car H3 ES1.1 NOTICE: BL2: Boot device is HyperFlash(80MHz) NOTICE: BL2: LCM state is CM NOTICE: BL2: AVS setting succeeded. DVFS_SetVID=0x52 NOTICE: BL2: DDR1600(rev.0.10) NOTICE: BL2: DRAM Split is 4ch NOTICE: BL2: QoS is default setting(rev.0.32) NOTICE: BL2: Lossy Decomp areas NOTICE: Entry 0: DCMPAREACRAx:0x80000540 DCMPAREACRBx:0x570 NOTICE: Entry 1: DCMPAREACRAx:0x40000000 DCMPAREACRBx:0x0 NOTICE: Entry 2: DCMPAREACRAx:0x20000000 DCMPAREACRBx:0x0 NOTICE: BL2: v1.1(release):3ad02ac NOTICE: BL2: Built : 13:03:52, Sep 20 2016 NOTICE: BL2: Normal boot NOTICE: BL2: dst=0xe631a208 src=0x8180000 len=512(0x200) NOTICE: BL2: dst=0x43f00000 src=0x8180400 len=6144(0x1800) NOTICE: BL2: dst=0x44000000 src=0x81c0000 len=65536(0x10000) NOTICE: BL2: dst=0x44100000 src=0x8200000 len=524288(0x80000) NOTICE: BL2: dst=0x50000000 src=0x8640000 len=1048576(0x100000)
    U-Boot 2015.04 (Sep 23 2016 - 18:54:42)
    CPU: Renesas Electronics R8A7795 rev 1.1 Board: H3ULCB I2C: ready DRAM: 3.9 GiB MMC: sh-sdhi: 0, sh-sdhi: 1 In: serial Out: serial Err: serial Net: ravb Hit any key to stop autoboot: 3

    Quickly hit any key to get into U-boot command prompt. Use SW9 ("Reset") to reboot the board when necessary.
    You should see the following:

    Hit any key to stop autoboot:  0                                                                                                            
    =>
    

    Change/update MAC address for Ethernet interface

    In U-boot command line type:

    => setenv ethact ravb
    => setenv ethaddr aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff
    => saveenv
    

    The original (board default) MAC address can be found on the label on top of RJ45 connector.

    A user who purchased H3SK board must set the above by himself.

    Configure U-Boot to boot over TFTP + NFS or from a micro SD card

    Refer to Yocto page for steps necessary for running Yocto.

    Serial Console

    Use a micro-USB cable to connect to "Debug Serial-0" (CN10 for ws1.0, CN12 for ws1.1/ws2.0). Serial settings are 115200 8N1.

    Booting Linux

     * Kernel config: defconfig
     * Kernel image: arch/arm64/boot/Image
     * DTB (ws2.0): arch/arm64/boot/dts/renesas/r8a7795-h3ulcb.dtb
     * DTB (ws1.0/ws1.1): arch/arm64/boot/dts/renesas/r8a7795-es1-h3ulcb.dtb
    

    U-Boot boot command:

    tftpboot 0x48080000 Image
    tftpboot 0x48000000 r8a7795-h3ulcb.dtb 
    booti 0x48080000 - 0x48000000
    

    NOTE: ws2.0 silicon is supported since BSP2.19

    Flashing firmware

    Writing data (Yocto v2.19)
    Filename Program Top Address Flash Save Address Description
    bootparam_sa0.srec 0xE6320000 0x000000 Loader(Boot parameter)
    bl2-h3ulcb.srec 0xE6304000 0x040000 Loader
    cert_header_sa6.srec 0xE6320000 0x180000 Loader(Certification)
    bl31-h3ulcb.srec 0x44000000 0x1C0000 ARM Trusted Firmware
    tee-h3ulcb.srec 0x44100000 0x200000 OP-Tee
    u-boot-elf.srec 0x50000000 0x640000 U-Boot
    1. Power off the board
    2. Press SW8
      
    3. Set SW and JP as follows:
    4. SW1=OFF
       ws1.0: SW6[all]=OFF
       ws1.1/ws2.0: SW6[1]=ON, SW6[2]=ON, SW6[3]=OFF, SW6[4]=ON
      JP1 -> 1-2 short
      
    5. Power on the board
    6. Press SW8
      Minimonitor starts and provides prompts on console
      
    7. Change SW as follows:
    8. SW1=ON
       ws1.0: SW6[3]=ON
       ws1.1: SW6[1]=OFF, SW6[3]=ON
       ws2.0: SW6[3]=ON
      
    9. Flash bootparam_sa0.srec. In console execute xls2 command (load program to hyper flash) and provide the following inputs:
    10. 3
      y
      e6320000
      0
      type "ctrl+A S" and select upload method "ascii", then choose file for uploading "bootparam_sa0.srec", after upload finished press any key
      y
      
    11. Flash bl2-h3ulcb.srec. In console execute xls2 command (load program to hyper flash) and provide the following inputs:
    12. 3
      y
      e6304000 (e6302000 if using Yocto BSP versions v2.12 and v2.16)
      40000
      type "ctrl+A S" and select upload method "ascii", then choose file for uploading "bl2-h3ulcb.srec", after upload finished press any key
      y
      
    13. Flash cert_header_sa6.srec. In console execute xls2 command (load program to hyper flash) and provide the following inputs:
    14. 3
      y
      e6320000
      180000
      type "ctrl+A S" and select upload method "ascii", then choose file for uploading "cert_header_sa6.srec", after upload finished press any key
      y
      
    15. Flash bl31-h3ulcb.srec. In console execute xls2 command (load program to hyper flash) and provide the following inputs:
    16. 3
      y
      44000000
      1C0000
      type "ctrl+A S" and select upload method "ascii", then choose file for uploading "bl31-h3ulcb.srec", after upload finished press any key
      y
      
    17. Flash tee-h3ulcb.srec. In console execute xls2 command (load program to hyper flash) and provide the following inputs:
    18. 3
      y
      44100000
      200000
      type "ctrl+A S" and select upload method "ascii", then choose file for uploading "tee-h3ulcb.srec", after upload finished press any key
      y
      
    19. Flash u-boot-elf.srec. In console execute xls2 command (load program to hyper flash) and provide the following inputs:
    20. 3
      y
      50000000 (49000000 if using Yocto BSP version v2.12)
      640000
      type "ctrl+A S" and select upload method "ascii", then choose file for uploading "u-boot-elf.srec", after upload finished press any key
      y
      
    21. Reset the board
    22. Press SW9
      


    Test procedures

    FAQ

    http://elinux.org/Talk:R-Car/Boards/Yocto-Gen3

    Known Issues

    Current BSP(Yocto v2.19) does not support "reset" command on u-boot