Embest ARM JTAG In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer and Software Development Suite that includes GNU C compiler, asssembler, linker and C library, Integrated Development Environment (IDE) with Project Manager, Code Editor, Source-Level Debugger, ARM Instruction Set Simulator and Flash programming software
This Embest ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer connects to a PC's parallel port and supports a data transmission speed of 120 kBytes per second.
The ARM JTAG In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer can also be purchased without any software.
ARM Software Development Suite Features
- GNU C compiler, assembler and linker.
- GNU ANSI C library.
- Embest Integrated Development Environment with:
- Project Manager
- Integrated source-code editor
- Source-level debugger
- ARM instruction set simulator
- Tools for elf to bin conversion, code disassembly and splitting of bin files
- Flash programming software
- Source code examples for Atmel, Samsung, Cirrus Logic, and OKI ARM-core based processors.
- Online documentation.
- Seamless integration with ARM Ltd. Software Tools. (ARM Ltd. software tools not included in this package.)
- Supports license shared in one local network environment.
- Debugging symbolic information files support Dwarf1 and Dwarf2 and are able to use Embest IDE plus emulator to debug uClinux and Linux kernel.
- Supports customer hardware and software breakpoint setting, viewing and changing, and command adding.
- Supports Cygwin1.dll using Cygwin 1.5.10-3.
- When using Embest Emulator for ARM or the included Embest PowerICE for ARM, can also support ARM926EJ and ARM946 series.
ARM JTAG In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer
Completely non-intrusive, the ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer from Embest communicates with the ARM CPU core via JTAG using the ARM's boundary scan pins. The ARM Debugger uses no target memory and requires no porting of code to the target system.
The In-Circuit Debugger provides you with complete control of the target ARM processor -- you can start and stop code execution; single-step through code; read from and write to registers, memory, and system I/O; and download code to target RAM.
With its capability to read and program both ARM microcontroller on-chip Flash and external on-board Flash memories, this device doubles as a JTAG Flash programmer.
ARM JTAG In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer Features
- Supports microcontrollers based on the following ARM cores: ARM7TDMI, ARM720T, ARM9TDMI, ARM920T, ARM922T, ARM940T, ARM966-ES (other cores in development).
- Multiple debugging speeds supported.
- Utilizes Real-Time Watchpoint of ARM's Embedded ICE macrocell.
- Writes data to target system Flash memory (on-chip and external) using Embest Flash Programmer software.
- In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer firmware can be upgraded by software without changing any hardware.
Compatible Debugger and IDE Software The Embest ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer is compatible with the following software packages:
- ARM Developer Suite (ADS, not included)
- ARM Software Development Toolkit (SDT, not included)
- Embest Integrated Development Environment (included with this Development Kit)
ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer JTAG Interface The In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer connects to your target system via a JTAG interface. The JTAG interface supports both 14- and 20-pin ARM JTAG interface pinouts. Cables for both 14-pin and 20-pin JTAG target board connectors are included.
ARM Target Interface Voltages The In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer is 3V/5V compatible. Its target interface voltage levels follow the interface voltage levels of the target board.
ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer LED Indicators The In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer provides three LEDs that show the operational status, labeled PWR/RUN/CON. PWR is the power indicator. RUN indicates data transmission between host PC and target CPU. CON is connection indicator.
ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer Power Requirements
This ARM JTAG In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer can draw its power from the target system, meaning that no external power supply is required. The current drawn from a 3V target board is 100mA; from a 5V target, 150mA.
The In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer can also be powered by the included universal power supply.
ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer & Software Development Suite Package Contents
- Embest IDE for ARM & GNU software on CD-ROM with 2-user license
- Embest Flash Programmer software on CD-ROM
- Embest JTAG 120 kBytes/sec In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer for ARM; supports Embest IDE, ARM SDT and ARM ADS
- Documentation and Manual on CD-ROM
- DB25 parallel cable
- 20-pin JTAG interface cable
- 14-pin JTAG interface cable
- Universal (110V/220V) power supply
Download IDE User Manual (PDF file, 6.5MB)
Download Flash Programmer User Manual (Windows Help File (.chm), 430kB)
Note: This In-Circuit Debugger can not be used standalone. For in-circuit debugging it requires that you have a target board with an ARM-based microcontroller and a JTAG connector. See the ARM Boards category for target boards that we have available.
Ships from: USA
Lead time: In stock
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