STMicroelectronics ST7FLITE2 Starter Kit Highlights
- True In-Circuit Real-Time Emulation through USB Interface
- USB powered; no external power supply needed
- STMicroelectronics STVD7 IDE, with Editor, Assembler and Debugger; Evaluation Versions of Metrowerks and Cosmic C Compilers Included
- Working Experiments in Minutes
ST7FLITE2 Starter Kit Overview The PK-ST7FLITE2 Starter Kit has been designed for the evaluation of the STMicroelectronics ST7FLITE2 microcontroller.
Full-speed program execution allows you to perform hardware and software testing in real time.
PK-ST7FLITE2 is connected to the host PC through a USB port. A prototyping area allows you to wire your own small application.
ST7FLITE2 Built-In Debug Features The ST7FLITE2 microcontroller features an ICC (In-Circuit Communication) serial interface module which allows it to communicate with a host device through two dedicated pins (ICCDATA and ICCCLK). By means of ICC commands, a host device can program data into and read data from the microcontroller, retrieve CPU register contents, and run the user program. Additionally, a dedicated peripheral (the Debug Module, or DM) is hard-wired in the device and allows advanced debugging features like single-step execution and advanced breakpoints. All these features allow the implementation of low-cost, real-time emulation solutions, like the PK-ST7FLITE2 Starter Kit. As a bonus, the PK-ST7FLITE2 Starter Kit features USB-to-ICC circuitry which allows the host PC to communicate to the microcontroller through a standard USB cable.
ST7FLITE2 Starter Kit Board Features The PK-ST7FLITE2 board has the following hardware features:
- USB to ICC Interface section: Contains the circuitry needed to electrically and logically translate ICC-like commands sent by the host PC through the USB cable to the ICC interface of the microcontroller.
- Demo section: Features a RESET push-button, one user push-button, a potentiometer and eight user LEDs.
- MCU section: Contains a soldered, 20-pin ST7FLITE2 device (in SOIC package) with connectors to access the I/O pins of the microcontroller for expansion prototyping.
- Prototype section: You can wire your own circuit here. The prototype section features both a standard, thru-hole area (for mounting traditional components) and an SMD area (for soldering SMD components in SOIC package).
ST7FLITE2 Starter Kit Contents
- ST7FLITE2 Board
- USB Cable
- CD with Software and Microcontroller Datasheets
- Printed User's Manual
- Quickstart Tutorial Poster
Country of Origin: Italy
Leadtime: In stock