This emulation pod is an MCU unit used in combination with the IE850. Hardware and software can be debugged efficiently in the development of systems in which the target device is used. The emulation pod can be easily disconnected.
Note: the user's manual is now in preparation. Please contact us for questions.
|Max. operating frequency||Same as target MCUs|
|Software break||Available (Number of points depends on the debugger.)|
|Hardware break||12 points
・8 dedicated for use with the execution of instructions at particular addresses
・4 shared between use with execution and access events
Note: Ranges can be specified by 2 points.
|Event detection||8 points for post-execution events and 8 points for CPU access events
A sequential break with up to 4 stages can be created by combining the above types of event.
|4 points for DMA access events
A sequential break with up to 3 stages can be set up from DMA access events.
|4 points for GRAM access events
A sequential break with up to 3 stages can be set up from GRAM access events.
|32-bit counters for counting numbers of passes
|Exception event detection||Not available|
|Realtime trace||Trace range: 512K frames
Trace data: Branch source/destination PC, access and time stamp
Conditional trace: Section in combination with event detection, qualify and delay
|Realtime RAM monitor||Available (DMA for debugging used)|
|Direct memory modification||Available (DMA for debugging used)|
|Performance measurement||Execution time from run to break|
|3 points for measurement of program execution times from run to break, and/or between pairs of event points
Items for measurement: Total execution time, number of passes, maximum execution time, and minimum execution time
|4 points for measuring numbers of instructions, interrupts, exceptions, clock cycles, instruction fetches, and hits on the instruction cache in program execution from run to break, and/or between pairs of event points
Items for measurement: Maximum values, minimum values, latest values, cumulative values, and number of passes
|32-bit counters for performance measurement|
|Realtime profile||Available (by using trace, depending on the debugger used)|
|External trigger input/Event output||Not available|
|User system connection||Connected to the connecter mounted on the foot pattern of the MCU via an adapter.|
|Emulation pod external dimensions (mm)||67(W) x 84(D)|
|Emulation pod weight||Approx. 60 g|
|Conformance with overseas standards||European Standards: EN 55022 Class A, EN 55024
US FCC Standard: FCC part 15 Class A
- Emulation pod
User System Connection
When designing a user system refer to the following descriptions in the users manual.
- Notes on designing users system
- External views of connectors and adapters
For other optional products than the emulation pod, refer to Product Lineup (IE850 for RH850) and Option Products.
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