All-In-One Development Interface
PEmicro’s USB Multilink Universal FX is a high-speed, all-in-one development interface which allows a PC access to the Background Debug Mode (BDM) or JTAG interface on many different NXP MCU architectures and ARM devices from several manufacturers.
- 1 x USB-ML-UNIVERSAL-FX unit
- 1 x USB 2.0 High Speed Cable, Type A to Type B, 6-ft.
- 1 x 6-pin 0.100" pitch ribbon cable
- 1 x 10-pin 0.100" pitch ribbon cable
- 1 x 14-pin 0.100" pitch ribbon cable
- 1 x 26-pin 0.100" pitch ribbon cable
- 1 x 20-pin 0.100" pitch ribbon cable
- 1 x 10-pin 0.050" pitch ribbon cable
- 1 x 20-pin 0.050" pitch ribbon cable
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|Connection||Very high-speed, hassle-free USB 2.0 communications interface|
|Can provide power to target MCU||Yes|
|Multi-voltage support||Yes, for targets ranging from 1.6 to 5.25 Volt|
|I/O line clamping for added protection||Yes|
|The USB Multilink Universal FX includes all the features of PEmicro's standard Multilink interfaces, plus these additional benefits:|
|By using the USB Multilink Universal FX, the user can take advantage of the background debug mode to halt normal processor execution and use a PC to control the processor. The user can then directly control the target’s execution, read/write registers and memory values, debug code on the processor, and program internal or external FLASH memory devices. The USB Multilink Universal FX can also provide power to your target MCU, either 3.3V or 5V.|
|The USB Multilink Universal FX is natively supported by recent versions of CodeWarrior® (10.x), current PEmicro software applications, and toolchains from many NXP partners including IAR, Keil, Cosmic, Atollic, and Green Hills (check with the vendor for device compatibility).|
|Software Spotlight||Real-Time Expression View|
This view gives the user the ability to view variables and memory while a target ARM device is running. Sometimes the process of halting the target masks a bug. Sometimes, in order to reproduce a particular bug, the program must be kept running while being fed a particular set of data. In those cases, having the ability to view variable values as they change without halting the target is a great asset.
|OS-Aware Feature Supports FreeRTOS|
The GDB server will automatically detect the presence, type, and configuration of an OS by querying the application’s symbol table for identifying characteristics. Using these discovered symbols, the debugger can traverse the kernel’s internal data structures to enumerate the available threads and their corresponding execution context. This information is then used to dynamically populate the Eclipse views as the user navigates between the threads. Additional OS support is expected to be added soon.