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The "Information zone" consists of articles produced as background tutorials on subjects of interest to those designing new products. As different CPUs have became available this has lead to new development techniques and in particular to new ways of communicating between nodes.
The USB Multilink-ACP simplify the task of programming and debugging ARM Cortex M0-4 target systems. They allow a PC to communicate with a target processor through a high-speed USB interface at the PC and a debug port at the micro. The PC can then control the microprocessor via the debug port of the target. The Multilink ACP is able to provide communications with a variety ARM MCUs.
With suitable software the Multilink ACP can be used to program the flash memory of the target micros and to debug code running on them.
If you are unfamiliar with the use of "On-Chip-Debugging" we have a short tutorial
For users who want the cheapest Cortex debug cable USB Multilink ACP
It supports ARM Cortex M0-4 currently for the following families: ATMEL SAMxxx, STM32, NXP M0,M3,M4, NXP/Freescale Kinetis (all), S32, LPC, i.MX TI-Stellaris LM3S,LM4,TM4C12xx, Infineon XMC4xxx, Maxim 716xx, Silicon Labs EFM32, ERF32, SiM3, Cypress PSoC®4, PSoC®5, PSoC®6, Toshiba TX00,TX03,TX04 On-Bright OB90R, Nordic semi nRF51, nRF52, Silergy MAX716xx. For latest list of chips see http://www.pemicro.com/cyclone/index.cfm#support . as well as a wide range of on and off chip SPI and off chip flash memories.
Target Frequency: 16Khz-50Mhz
For those who want the fastest chip downloads the USB Multilink Universal FX
|For Synchronous architectures such
as the Cortex M4 the communications link on the Multilink Universal -FX can run at 4 to 10
times faster than the ACP interface.
And in addition it can provide 200 mA power to target MCU and it provides I/O line clamping for added protection
By adding the appropriate PEmicro PROG software for the CPU of your choice these units can program Flash memory and EEPROMs on the chip or attached to it.
If used for program development support for the Multilink-ACP and FX as target links is included in recent versions of toolchains from many NXP/Freescale partners including Atollic, CodeWarrior®, Keil, Cosmic, and Green Hills (check with vendor for device compatibility). For use with GDB a free GDB server is available
The Universal + PROG combination makes a good Flash programmer for development and small batch production -- if you want a volume production tool perhaps to integrate into an ATE system you should consider our Cyclone range of programmers.
For more Information:
|An overview of PEmicro products||Summary of PEmicro tools for programming and debugging embedded microprocessors|
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