|Purpose of use||Software to be used||Target devices||Latest Version||Released||Operating Environment|
|On-chip Debugging||CS+ (CS+ for CC)
*Evaluation Software Download
|RH850, RL78, RX
List of Functions Supported by CS+
|V8.03.00||Jan. 20, 2020||Operating Environment|
|RE, RH850 Note2, RL78, RX
*See "Release notes".
|V7.7.0||Jan. 20, 2020|
|IAR Embedded Workbench Note1||RH850, RL78, RX||For the details of support for E2, contact IAR Systems.|
|Green Hills Multi Note1||RH850, R-Car D1
||For the details of support for E2, contact Green Hills Software.|
|Flash Programming||Renesas Flash Programmer V3
*Evaluation Software Download
|RE, RH850, RL78, RX
List of MCUs supported by Renesas Flash Programmer
|V3.06.01||Oct. 08, 2019||Operating Environment|
1. As for tools produced by partners, Contact each company directly.
2. The e² studio does not support RH850-family MCUs with the next-generation G4MH core, such as those of the RH850/E2x series.
- High-speed download up to twice as fast as E1
- The download speed is up to twice as fast as the E1 emulator. This substantially reduces waiting time for downloading the control programs to one-half at a maximum.
CAN Communications Time Measurement Solution (for RH850 Family)
The following CAN-related tasks are possible in conjunction with the CS+ integrated development environment or the MULTI® integrated development environment (GHS MULTI) from Green Hills Software. This eases verifying the speed of CAN communications in terms of system requirements.
- Measuring the reception processing time in CAN communications with the E2 emulator alone
- Stopping a program when the reception processing time exceeds the design value
- Visualizing the history of CAN communications
Application note: For RH850 (CS+)
Current Consumption Tuning Solution (for RL78 and RX Families)
In conjunction with the QE for Current Consumption, a dedicated tool for measuring current drawn, the E2 emulator is capable of the following items. These shorten the time taken to tune currents.
- Measuring current with the E2 emulator alone
- Stopping a program when an excessive current is detected
- Visualizing the relationship between program operations and current
Support for the input and output of external triggers (For RH850 Family)
For example, you can set up the stopping of programs or of the measurement of waveforms by simply using the test lead which comes with the E2 emulator to connect the emulator to an external measuring instrument with the CS+ integrated development environment or the MULTI® integrated development environment (GHS MULTI) from Green Hills Software.
Hot plug-in function available without an optional adapter
Although the E1 emulator required an optional hot plug adapter sold separately to use the hot plug-in function, the E2 emulator does not need it.
Board interface compatible with that of E1
- The E2 emulator can be connected to the user system that was designed for the E1 emulator because the pin arrangement to be connected to the user system has compatibility with the E1 emulator.
- The optional products for E1 emulator are available. See the optional products for E2 for the details.
Support for new MCUs with next-generation cores
MCUs that have next-generation cores, such as those of the RH850/E2x series (which incorporate the G4MH core) or the RX66T group (which incorporate the new RXv3 core for the RX family) can be debugged.
Software Trace Function (For RH850 Family)
The function enables users to view the execution history of the programs such as the values of the program counter (PC) and the register values together with the debug instructions of MCUs for RH850 family with the CS+ integrated development environment or the MULTI® integrated development environment (GHS MULTI) from Green Hills Software. Using this feature, unlike the conventional method of “tracing data with the settings of events and conditions,” users can generate the execution history data such as the PC values and register values simply by inserting the debug instructions to the location where you like to check in the program.
This feature is available in all RH850 family MCUs, including the ones do not have internal trace memory when debugging.
The supported facilities differ with the integrated development environment you are using.
||Since the method of connection and the functions may differ with the device you are using, refer to On-chip Debuggers Performance Property.|
|User interfaces||20-pin 1.27-mm pitch connector
(FTSH-110-01-L-DV-K: 1.27-mm/0.50”-pitch micro-header from Samtec)
With the use of a conversion adapter which comes with the E2 emulator:
14-pin 2.54-mm pitch connector (2514-6002 from 3M Limited)
|PC Interface||USB 2.0, full speed and high speed|
|Connection to the system||Connection to the system is via the user system interface cable which comes with the product (signals for connection vary with the type of the target MCU).|
|Facility to supply power to the user system from the E2 emulator||200 mA max. (1.8 V to 5.0 V)|
|Power-supply voltage||The range of operating voltage for the target MCU
(1.8 V to 5.5 V)
(except for the protruding parts)
|105.9 mm×64.0 mm×19.5 mm|
|Compliance with overseas standards||European Standards: EN 55022 Class A, EN 55024
US FCC Standard: FCC part 15 Class A
- E2 Emulator main unit
- USB cable
- User's system I/F cable [RTE0T00020KCAC0000J]*Available for purchase in single unit.
- Conversion adapter [RTE0T00020KCA00000R]
- Converts from 20-pin for E2 to 14-pin for E1.*Available for purchase in single unit.
- Test lead
Note 1. To use the E2 emulator with boards designed for the E1, use the E2's accompanying conversion adaptor.
The following optional products are provided to facilitate the use of the E2 emulator in various ways. They are only for certain ranges of products, so take care to select products that work with the MCU you are using.
Note: Please read references to "E1 emulator" in the manuals for optional products as also meaning "E2 emulator".
Conversion Adapter — Converts the number and pitch of pins of the connector for connecting the emulator.
|14-Pin to 38-Pin Conversion Adapter for the E1 Emulator
An adapter for converting the 14-pin/2.54-mm pitch connector on the head of the emulator user interface cable to a 38-pin/0.5-mm pitch connector
|Small Connector Conversion Adapter for the E1 Emulator
An adapter for converting the 14-pin/2.54-mm pitch connector on the head of the emulator user interface cable to a 14-pin/1.27-mm pitch connector
|20-Pin to 14-Pin Conversion Adapter for the E2 Emulator
(Bundled with the E2 Emulator)
An adapter for converting the 20-pin/1.27-mm pitch connector on the head of the emulator user interface cable to a 14-pin/2.54-mm pitch connector
|20-Pin(1.27mm) to 20-Pin(2.54mm) Conversion Adapter for the E2 Emulator
An adapter for converting the 20-pin/1.27-mm pitch connector on the head of the emulator user interface cable to a 20-pin/2.54-mm pitch connector
Available | — Not Available
Isolator — Enables debugging in environments where the grounds of the user system and the host PC are not the same.
Low voltage OCD Board — Enables debugging of an MCU with a power-supply voltage such that the on-chip flash ROM cannot be reprogrammed.This product is used between the emulator and a user's system, and is united by the in-circuit connection with the user's system.
|Low voltage OCD Board for RL78/G10 (10-pin/16-pin)
An OCD board for debugging an RL78/G10 MCU (10-pin or 16-pin) with an adapter voltage below 4.5 V
Available | — Not Available
Debug MCU Board — Enables the incircuit connection of the emulator with the user's system. Enables the use of enhanced debugging functions. The applicable debugging function varies depending on the MCU type.
|Debug MCU Board for RH850 Supported devices for Debug MCU Board for RH850 Family
This board enables use of the trace function even if the target MCU does not have a trace function. The Debug MCU Board is for use in combination with a separately available 176-pin (with internal trace function) MCU of the RH850/F1L group.
Note: The package of the Debug MCU Board does not include the MCU. Please purchase it separately. For details, contact either a Renesas Electronics Corporation representative (responsible for sales) or distributor. (Buy or Sample)>>
Available | — Not Available
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