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iSYSTEM GCC based development packages
winIDE Development Environment
The winIDE environment includes GCC compilers for ARM, PPC, 68K and ColdFire. This has been pre-compiled and its operation is integrated into the IDE with examples so it compiles "out of the box". This package is freely available and can be used to create binaries quite independently of the debug environment ( although of course we would quite like you to buy an iSYSTEM one ). It therefore makes an ideal evaluation tool. iSYSTEM and COMSOL do not directly provide technical support for use of the GNU compiler.
We also have a number of evaluation boards that come with an iSYSTEM debugger. They are all low cost.
ARM STR711F based
This development package from iSYSTEM will get you establishing project feasibility by compiling and debugging your ARM application straight from the box.
STR7 Target system with power supply
iONE USB/JTAG interface
The winIDE environment provides both the debugging interface for the iONE and an integrated Edit/Make/Compile environment for the Compiler
Quick start Manual
LPC2138 ARM Evaluation
The PC2138 package consists of a board populated with the Philips LPC2138 CPU, JTAG and ETM debug connectors, and an on-board integrated iSYSTEM debugger. It is delivered with an USB cable and a winIDEA debugger with a free full GNU C compiler for ARM and samples to run the board.
The application under development or test can run from the internal CPU flash. The board requires no external power supply as it is powered by the PC USB port. It provides 16-pin connector for the LCD display (type CMC216x04), which is not included in the package.
An external ETM debug tool may be connected to the ETM 38-pin Mictor debug connector for full on-chip ETM trace access.
A range of target boards with built in iSYSTEM debuggers on the board provide an evaluation and development system for the NXP/Freescale Nexus range of microcontroller. Boards are available for the MPC5516, MPC5554, MPC5566 and MPC5567. The packages consists of a board populated with the NXP/Freescale Nexus CPU JTAG and Nexus debug connectors, and an on-board integrated iSYSTEM debugger. They comes with a power supply, USB cable and a winIDEA debugger CD including a free full GNU C compiler for MPC and samples to run the board. Additionally, an external Nexus debug tool may be connected to the Nexus 38-pin Mictor debug connector for full on-chip Nexus trace access.
A licence is provided that gives unlimited size compile/downloads for the first 90 days. After this the unit is limited to downloading 32K bytes of code. An upgrade removing this size restriction is available.
The application under development or test can run from the internal CPU flash or from the external SRAM. All CPU signals are accessible with the CPU expansion connector and it may be used to expand the development system by connecting the CPU board to another module. The CPU expansion connector uses the same numbering scheme as the original CPU so locating specific pins is easy.