PEmicros ARM support includes
and an ultra low price cable
The PEmicro USB Multilink ACP and the Cyclone
ACP production FLASH programmer will now program the 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 as well as a wide range
of on and off chip SPI and off chip flash memories,
who want the cheapest Cortex debug cable USB Multilink ACP
With these features
Fast, hassle-free USB
2.0 communications interface
Draw power directly from
the USB port – no external power supply needed
for targets ranging from 1.6 to 5.25 Volts
Target Frequency: 16Khz-50Mhz
See ARM support page
Cyclone Universal On Chip
flash programmer and Debugger
Works with Kinetis, ARM Cortex
MPC55xx/56xx/57xx Qorivva (AKA Nexus), MPC5xx/8xx,
Power Architecture S32, PX, DSC, MC56F8xx
68HC08 HCS08/RS08 68HC12/S12
And now with faster links to both
the PC and the target the Cyclone Universal FX
speed up the production line and add extra security to your
......... For more details of this product see
Cyclone Universal FX
Example of Flash programming speed
for NXP Kinetis K70 (eMMC) : programming runs at
3,063 KB/s and Verify is 3,971 KB/s
CPU Support and features are as for the Cyclone Universal
with the following enhancements :-
USB 2.0 link now supports
"High-speed" protocol (up to 480Mb/sec link to the PC).
1 Gbyte internal memory,
no practical limit to # of images held.
SDHC Port for even more space.
For most recent CPUs ( e.g.
Cortex M0-4, Qorivva,
and MPC5xx/8xx ) a variant of the communication link
to the target is provided that increases the download
speed to a max of 25Mb/sec giving up to 5 x faster download
Additional security features
include ensuring that if you outsource your production
no one can "run off a few units" without you knowing.
PEmicros low cost high speed
USB Universal On Chip Debugging
The USB Multilink Universal On-Chip-Debugging cable
supports most NXP/Freescale chips and with suitable software can
be used for Flash Programming and Debugging embedded target systems.
It works with JTAG, SWD and BDM On-Chip-Debugging protocols.
If you are unfamiliar with the use of "On-Chip-Debugging" we
have a short tutorial
It support these NXP/Freescale architectures:-
Cortex M4 (see above) , Kinetis (JTAG and SWD), ColdFire
V1, +V1 and V2 - 4 , Qorivva MPC55xx/56xx/57xx, HC(S)12(X),
S12Z, HCS08, RS08 and DSC series.
Includes are ribbon cables for
all supported architectures
Fast, hassle-free USB 2.0 communications
Draw their power directly from the USB
port – no external power supply needed
Multi-voltage support for targets ranging
from 1.6 to 5.25 Volts
Auto-frequency detection for HC(S)12(X), HCS08 + trimming
capabilities for HCS08 devices.
Generates programming voltage on RESET line for RS08 devices.
Aside from supporting a wider range of chips
( add 68K,HC16, PX & PPC 5xx/8xx) a major attraction of the Universal
FX version is that for Synchronous architectures such as the
Kinetis, Qorivva, Coldfire V2-V4, 683xx, HC16, Power
Architecture PX Series and the DSC the communications can run at
4 to 10 times faster than the older Multilink interfaces giving
faster downloading of code and uploading of debug information.
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