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Development System

In-Circuit Emulation System

The RTE900/H1 In-Circuit Emulation System consists of Integrated Development Environment, RTE900/H1 In-Circuit Emulator and Probe set.

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RTE900/H1 In-Circuit Emulation System Specifications
Host interface USB2.0 High-speed
Emulation memory 4 Mbytes
Event Number of points 8 points
Comparison items Address, data, status, external input
Comparison conditionscondition Match, unmatch, range
Pass count 1 to 256 times
Event trigger actions Break, trace control, timer control, external trigger output
Event combinations AND, OR, sequential
Hardware break 4 points
Software break 1024 points
Trace memory Capacity 64 K frames (Notes-1)
Trace memory Modes Free trace, trigger trace, sampling trace
Trace items PC address, data address, data value, status, external output, external input, tag timer, event
Trace overflow actions Overwriting, overwriting prohibit, break
Timer measurement Run timer: 1 channel
Lap timer: 4 channels (max., min., average, count)
Memory access Memory display during program execution 128 bytes
Memory rewrite during program execution 1 address(byte/word/Long word either) (Notes-2)
Program variables Display Binary, octal, decimal or hexadecimal display can be selected for each variable.
Registration Variables, arrays, structures and unions can be registered by the elements.
Sauce display - Source
- Source + assembler code
- Source + assembler code + machine language
External output 1 line
External input 1 line
Performance analysis: Module time measurement -
Performance analysis: Coverage measurement C0 coverage
Flash programming/security feature -
(Notes-1) There are some cases where the trace memory capacity varies by a tracing condition or operating status.
(Notes-2) A break occurs whenever rewritten.

Product Configuration and Appearance of RTE900/H1 In-Circuit Emulator

In-Circuit Emulator
Product Configuration and Appearance

Content of Product

  • RTE900/H1 In-Circuit Emulator main body
  • AC adapte (Note)
  • AC cable (Note)
  • One license for downloading the Integrated Development Environment from website.
(Note) Products shipped to countries and regions outside Japan do not come with an AC adapter and an AC cable.

 

Items to Be Prepared by Customer

  • Host system
  • USB cable (emulator side: B-type connector)
  • Probe set (Note 1)
  • AC adapte (Note 2)
  • AC cable (Note 2)
(Note 1) A probe set is a product combining a Emulator cable, a Emulator connector and a QFP socket for each supported MCU.
(Note 2) Products shipped to countries and regions outside Japan require an AC adapter and an AC cable to be purchased separately.
  • About AC adapter and an AC cable

    If you are using this product outside Japan, use an AC adapter and an AC cable that are compliant with the safety standards of your country or region.

    AC adapter compliance specifications
    Output voltage: 9[V]
    Output current: 1[A] or larger

    The DC plug of the AC adapter should have the following outer dimensions and polarity. Not satisfying these requirements will cause malfunction.

    In-Circuit Emulator

  • About Emulation Operating Voltage/Frequency

    Emulation Operating Voltage/Frequency
    Emuletor Voltage/Frequency Remark
    HW92ES230AG 6MHz~10MHz@3.0V~3.6V
    30kHz~34kHz@3.0V~3.6V
    -
    • The emulation power can be only supplied from an In-Circuit Emulatorinternal power source, and the In-Circuit Emulatorinternal power cannot be supplied to a target system.
    • A clock on the target system and an In-Circuit Emulatorinternal clock can be selected as an emulation operation clock.
    • To operate with a frequency other than an In-Circuit Emulatorinternal clock frequency, it is necessary to replace the clock. For a replacement method, see the In-Circuit Emulator Instruction Manual.
    • When the Emulator is used with an external clock, a “resonator” such as a crystal or ceramic resonator cannot be used. When using an external clock, use an “oscillator” and input a square wave of duty 50% from X1 (or XT1) of the QFP socket. Also, leave X2 (or XT2) open.

  • Precautions for USB Connection

    • The emulator is connected to the host system via the USB. (USB2.0 High-speed)
    • To newly connect the emulator to the host system, it is necessary to install a USB driver.

Accessory

  • Probe Set

    A probe set is a product combining a Emulator cable, a Emulator connector and a QFP socket for each supported MCU.
    The probe set is manufactured by TOKYO ELETECH CORPORATION. For information about the specification of the probe set, please refer to TOKYO ELETECH CORPORATION's website.

  • QFP Socket Cover (Top Cover for IC Package)

    The QFP socket cover is used, together with the target connector, to mount an MCU on the target system.
    The QFP socket cover is manufactured by TOKYO ELETECH CORPORATION. For information about the specification of this product, please refer to TOKYO ELETECH CORPORATION’s website.

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