Motorola CML12S-DP256 User manual

Motorola CML12S-DP256 User manual
PRODUCTS
EWARM.....................................................................................................................
EWAVR .....................................................................................................................
EWMAXQ ..................................................................................................................
EW8051 .....................................................................................................................
EWx96 .......................................................................................................................
EWPIC .......................................................................................................................
EWPIC18 ...................................................................................................................
EWdsPIC...................................................................................................................
EW6811 .....................................................................................................................
EWHCS12/EW6812 ..................................................................................................
EWCR16....................................................................................................................
EWCOP8 ...................................................................................................................
EWCR16C .................................................................................................................
EWV850.....................................................................................................................
EW78400 ...................................................................................................................
EW78K/EW78000 .....................................................................................................
EW65000 ...................................................................................................................
EW65K ......................................................................................................................
EWR8C ......................................................................................................................
EWSH ........................................................................................................................
EWH8/300 .................................................................................................................
EWH8.........................................................................................................................
EW7700 .....................................................................................................................
EW740 .......................................................................................................................
EWM16C ...................................................................................................................
EWM32C ...................................................................................................................
EWSAM8...................................................................................................................
EWMK5 .....................................................................................................................
EW430 .......................................................................................................................
EW6502 .....................................................................................................................
EWZ80 .......................................................................................................................
EWeZ80 .....................................................................................................................
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
Sept. 20 2004
EWARM - P7
MCUs/Chips
ARM:
ARM7: ARM7TDMI®, ARM7TDMI-S™ and ARM720T™
ARM9: ARM9TDMI®, ARM920T™ , ARM922T™ and ARM940T™
ARM9E: ARM946E-S™ and ARM966E-S™
ARM10: ARM1020E and ARM1022E
Intel ® XScale™ .
Analog Devices: ADuC7020, ADuC7021, ADuC7022, ADuC7024, ADuC7025,
ADuC7026, ADuC7027
Atmel: AT91F40816, AT91FR40162, AT91FR4042, AT91FR4081, AT91M40400,
AT91M40800, AT91M40807, AT91M42800, AT91M55800, AT91M63200, AT91R40008,
AT91R40807, AT91RM9200, AT91SAM7S64, AT91X40
Cirrus Logic: EP73xx (EP7309, EP7311, EP7312), EW9301, EP9312, EP9315
Intel: XScale™ IOP321, PXA210, PXA250, PXA255
Freescale/Motorola: Dragonball MC9328MX1, MAC7100, MAC7101, MAC7111,
MAC7112, MAC7121, MAC7122, MAC7131, MAC7141, MAC7142
OKI: ML670100, ML671000, ML674000, ML674001, ML675001, ML67Q2300,
ML67Q4002, ML67Q4003, ML67Q5002, M L67Q5003
Philips: LPC210x (LPC2104, LPC2105, LPC2106), LPC2114, LPC2119, LPC2124,
LPC2129, LPC2130, LPC2194, LPC2212, LPC2214, LPC2292, LPC2294
Samsung: S3C3400, S3C44A0A, S3C44B0X, S3C4510B, S3C4530A, S3C4610, S3C4640 ,
S3C4650, S3C380D
Sharp: LH75400, LH75401, LH75410, LH75411, LH77790B, LH79520, LH7A400,
LH7A404
Hardware
debugging
The following chips will be supported in V4.20A:
Atmel SAM7A1, SAM7A2, SAM7A3, SAM7S32, SAM7S128, SAM9261 and
AT91RM3400.
Philips 2138.
Cirrus EP9303, EP9304, EP9305, EP9306, EP9307, EP9309, EP9310, EP9311.
ST720RBQ6, ST710FZ1T6, ST710FR1T6, ST711FR1T6, ST712FR1T6, ST710FZ2T6,
ST711FR2T6, STR712FR2T6.
Texas TMS470R1VF688, TMS470R1VF689.
Flash loaders - Flash loaders for the following devices are included in the installation
- Analog Devices ADuC7020, ADuC7021, ADuC7022, ADuC7024, ADuC7025,
ADuC7026, ADuC7027
- Philips LPC2104, LPC2105, LPC2106, LPC2114, LPC2124, LPC2212, LPC2214,
LPC2119, LPC2129, LPC2194, LPC2292, LPC2294
C-SPY JTAG support:
ARM Multi-Ice and other RDI-based JTAG interfaces:
• EPI MAJIC, MAJIC-MX, MAJIC-plus,
• Abatron BDI1000/BDI2000
• Aiji OPENice32-A900
• Ashling OPELLA
• Signum Systems JTAGjet-ARM
(The C-SPY debugger now supports the ARM ETM (Embedded Trace Macrocell) trace
when using the EPI Majic JTAG interface.)
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IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
- Macraigor mpDemon, Raven, Wiggler and USBdemon
• Atmel AT91 EB40 , EB42, EB55 and EB63 Eval boards (with preflashed Angel
Monitor, RAM download only)
• Multiple targets on the same JTAG chain
• ARM Angel
• EPI JEENI JTAG emulator
• IAR J-Link USB-driven JTAG interface for ARM (JLINK-ARM)
IAR JLINK-ARM is a small USB-to-JTAG conversion box designed for ARM cores. It
connects via USB to the PC host running Windows. J-Link integrates seamlessly into the
IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM and is fully plug-and-play compatible:
• Supports ARM7 and ARM9, including Thumb mode
• Download speed up to120kb/s
• No power supply required, powered through USB
• Max. JTAG speed 8 MHZ
• Auto speed recognition
• All JTAG signals can be monitored, target voltage can be measured
• 20-pin standard JTAG connector, optional 14-pin adapter
• USB and 20-pin flat cable included)
Generic flash downloader framework
- Flash loaders can be loaded by the C-SPY debugger to handle code download to flash.
- A set of flash loaders for various chips is provided with the EWARM distribution.
- Flash loader API, documentation and an example loader in source form is provided to
make it easy for developers to implement flash algorithms.
(Due to the vast amount of flash solutions in the ARM marketplace it is likely that more flash
loaders will be provided by chip manufacturers, third party vendors and end users.)
IAR KickStart Development Kit for Philips LPC2106 includes
1. The IAR KickStart Card for Philips LPC2106 (ARM7) board,
2. CD containing EWARM 32K Kickstart version, MakeApp for LP210x full version and
visualSTATE 20-state demo version.
3. IAR J-Link JTAG debugger.
RTOS
The KickStart Card has the following features:
• Two serial ports
• Reset button
• In-system programming (ISP) button
• Two user-defined buttons
• 16 fully configurable LEDs
• Power-on LED
• 20-pin JTAG interface connector
• Breakout headers for all pins (suitable for mounting daughter boards)
• 20x20 array of plated holes for prototyping
Plug-in modules from IAR
Express Logic: ThreadX RTOS (included in EW)
CMX CMX-RTX RTOS (included in EW)
CMX CMX-Tiny+RTOS (included in EW)
Plug-in modules from partners:
Micrium µC/OS-II
Unicoi Systems: Fusion RTOS
Quadros Systems: RTXC Quadros RTOS,
Allows you to display the internal data structures in a convenient series of Windows
integrated with the C SPY Debugger within the IAR Embedded Workbench. This provides
you with information about each of the active tasks in the target application, about each
semaphore, mutex, mailbox, queue and event flag group along with a list of all the tasks
waiting on these kernel objects, and more.
Compatible with
Segger Microcontroller Systeme GmbH: emBOS
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
Sept. 20 2004
EWAVR - P6 (P7 from V4.10)
MCUs/Chips
Atmel: AVR Classic, Mega and FPSLIC families, including devices with the enhanced core:
ATtiny13, ATtiny22L, ATtiny26, ATtiny26L, ATtiny2313, AT90S2313-4, AT90S2313-10,
AT90S2323, AT90LS2323, AT90S2333, AT90LS2333, AT90S2343, AT90LS2343,
AT90S4414-4, AT90S4414-8, AT90S4433, AT90LS4433, AT90S4434, AT90LS4434,
AT90S8515-4, AT90S8515-8, AT90C8534, AT90S8535, AT90LS8535
ATmega8, ATmega8L, ATmega16, ATmega16L, ATmega32, ATmega32L,
ATmega48, ATmega48V, ATmega64, ATmega64L, ATmega88, Atmega88V, ATmega103,
ATmega103L, ATmega128, ATmega128L, ATmega161, ATmega161L, ATmega162,
ATmega162L, ATmega162V, ATmega163, ATmega163L, ATmega165, ATmega168,
ATmega168V, ATmega169L, ATmega169V, ATmega2560, ATmega2561, ATmega323,
ATmega323L, ATmega325, ATmega3250, ATmega329, ATmega3290, ATmega645,
ATmega6450, ATmega649, ATmega6490, ATmega8515, ATmega8515L, ATmega8535,
ATmega8535L,
AT43USB320A, AT43USB325, AT43USB326, AT43USB351M, AT43USB353M,
AT43USB355, AT90CAN128, AT86RF401
AT94K05AL, AT94K10AL, AT94K40AL, AT94S05AL, AT94S10AL, AT94S40AL.
USB chip derivatives support in V4.10A
Hardware
debugging
The following tiny chips are supported only in assembler:
ATtiny11L, ATtiny11, ATtiny12V, ATtiny12L, ATtiny12, ATtiny15L, ATtiny28L,
ATtiny28V
Atmel
- ICE 200 in-circuit emulator
- JTAG ICE
- STK500 (m32), STK501 (m128)
- MK2 support in V4.10A
C-SPY interface included in full version. (Projects can be run without the AVR Studio!)
- Card Development Kit for AT90SCC
Support by C-SPY ROM-monitor (CSAVR-CCR, order separately). Atmel ES2 provides the
monitor program and hardware.
RTOS
- AVR Studio 4.x
IAR output format (ubrof8) fully compatible with AVR Studio (fully support Atmel ICE via
the Atmel debugger interface)
General support for
CMX: CMX-RTX RTOS
Micrium: µC/OS-II
Segger: embOS
EWMAXQ - P6
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
Dallas: MAXIM
MAXQ20
Dallas emulator and JTAG
MAXQ2000-K00
Sept. 20 2004
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
EW8051 -P6 (P7 from V7.10)
MCUs/Chips*
Generic: plain, extended-51, tiny, 8051 and 8052
The configuration files are ready for the following chip and can be easily modified to suit
most 8051 chips!
Analog Devices: ADuC812, ADuC814, ADuC824, ADuC836, ADuC841, Adu842,
ADuC843
Atmel:
AT80C5112,AT80C51SND1C,AT83C5103,AT83C5111,AT83C5112,
AT83C5122,AT83C5123,AT83C5132,AT83C51SND1,AT83EC5122,
AT83EC5123,AT83SND1C,AT85C5122,AT85EC5122,AT87C5103,
AT87C5111,AT87C5112,AT87F51RC,AT87F55WD,AT89C2051
AT89C2051x2,AT89C4051,AT89C51,AT89C5122,AT89C5131,
AT89C5132,AT89C51CC03,AT89C51ED2,AT89C51IC2,AT89C51ID2
AT89C51RB2,AT89C51RC,AT89C51RC2,AT89C51RD2,AT89C51SND1,
AT89C51SND1C,AT89C52,AT89C55,AT89C55WD,AT89LS51,AT89LS52
AT89LS53,AT89LS53,AT89LS8252,AT89LV51,AT89LV52,AT89LV55,
AT89S51,AT89S52,AT89S53,AT89S8252,T80C5112,T83C5101
T83C5102,T83C5121,T85C5121,T87C5101,T87C5111, T87C5112,
T89C5115,T89C5121,T89C51AC2,T89C51AC2,T89C51CC01
T89C51CC02,TS80C51RA2,TS80C51RD2,TS83C51RB2, TS83C51RC2,
TS83C51RD2,TS87C51RB2, TS87C51RC2,TS87C51RD2
Silicon Laboratories (Cygnal): C8051F000, C8051F001, C8051F002, C8051F005,
C8051F006, C8051F007 C8051F010, C8051F011, C8051F012, C8051F015, C8051F016,
C8051F017 C8051F020, C8051F021, C8051F022, C8051F023 C8051F040, C8051F041,
C8051F042, C8051F043
C8051F120, C8051F121, C8051F122, C8051F123, C8051F124, C8051F125, C8051F126,
C8051F127
C8051F206, C8051F220, C8051F221, C8051F226, C8051F230, C8051F231, C8051F236
C8051F300, C8051F301, C8051F302, C8051F303, C8051F304, C8051F305, C8051F310,
C8051F311, C8051F320, C8051F321
Cypress: CY7C64601, CY7C64603, CY7C64613
Dallas:
DS80C310, DS80C320, DS80C323, DS80C390, DS80C400,
DS83C520, DS83C530, DS87C520,DS87C530,DS87C550, DS89420, DS89C430,
DS89C440, DS89C450
Infineon:
C501, C503, C504, C505, C505c, C508, C515-L, C517A -L, C764, C868-1RG, C868-1RR,
C868-1SG, C868-1SR,
SAB80C515, SAB80C517, SAB80C51A, SAB80C537, SAB83C51A, SAF-C868-1RG, SAFC868-1RR, SAF-C868-1SG BA,
SAF-C868-1SR BA, SAF-C868P-1SG BA, SAF-C868P-1SR BA,
SAK-C868-1SG BA, SAK-C868-1SR BA, SAK-C868P-1SG BA, SAK-C868P-1SR BA
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Philips:
P80C51, P80C52
P87C51, P87C51MB2, P87C51MC2, P87C52, P87LPC760, P87LPC762
P89C660, P89C662, P89C664, P89C668
P89LPC901, P89LPC902, P89LPC903, P89LPC906, P89LPC907, P89LPC908, P89LPC912,
P89LPC913, P89LPC914
P89LPC920, P89LPC921, P89LPC922, P89LPC933, P89LPC934, P89LPC935
STMicroelectronics:
uPSD3212C, uPSD3212C-40T6, uPSD3212C-40U6, uPSD3212CV, uPSD3212CV-24T6,
uPSD3212CV-24U6, uPSD3233B, uPSD3233BV
uPSD3234A, uPSD3234BV, uPSD3253B, uPSD3253BV, uPSD3254A, uPSD3254BV,
uPSD3312D, uPSD3312D-40T6, uPSD3312DV
uPSD3312DV-40T6, uPSD3333D, uPSD3333D-40T6, uPSD3333D-40U6, uPSD3333DV,
uPSD3333DV-40T6, uPSD3333DV-40U6
uPSD3334D, uPSD3334D-40U6, uPSD3334DV, uPSD3334DV-40U6, uPSD3354D,
uPSD3354D-40T6, uPSD3354D-40U6, uPSD3354DV, uPSD3354DV-40T6, uPSD3354DV40U6
Texas: MSC1210Y2, MSC1210Y3, MSC1210Y4, MSC1210Y5, MSC1211Y2,
MSC1211Y3, MSC1211Y4, MSC1211Y5, MSC1212Y2, MSC1212Y3, MSC1212Y4,
MSC1212Y5
Winbond:
W77C32, W77E516, W77E532, W77E58, W77IC32, W77IE58, W77L32, W77LE516,
W77LE532, W77LE58, W78C32B, W78C438, W78C51
W78C52, W78C54, W78C801, W78E365, W78E51, W78E516, W78E51RD2, W78E52,
W78E54, W78E58B, W78E62, W78E65, W78E812
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
W78E858, W78IE51, W78IE54, W78L32, W78L51, W78L52, W78L54, W78L801,
W78LE51, W78LE516, W78LE52, W78LE54, W78LE58, W78LE812
C-SPY Rom-monitor support for
Dallas TINI (Tiny InterNet Interfaces) board DS80C400
C-SPY JTAG support for
Silicon Laboratories (Cygnal) All C8051Fxxx target boards and etc.
General support for
Segger: embOS
* Many new chip support from V6.11A
EWx96 - P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
Intel
80C196KB, KC, KD, KQ, KR, KT, MC, MD, MH, JQ, JR, NT, NU, NP, CA, 80C296SA
C-SPY Rom-monitor (CSx96-R) support for
Intel’s 196/296 Evaluation boards with RISM only. The RISM ROM monitor source code is
available from Intel.
Sept. 20 2004
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
EWPIC - P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
Microchip:
PIC16Cxxx & PIC17Cxxx (all 14 & 16 bit cores):
12C671, 12C672, 12F629, 12F675, 16C432, 16C433, 16C554, 16C558,16C61, 16C620,
16C620A, 16C621, 16C621A, 16C622, 16C622A, 16C62A, 16C63, 16C641, 16C642,
16C64A, 16C65A, 16C66, 16C661, 16C662, 16C67, 16C71, 16C710, 16C711, 16C712,
16C715, 16C716, 16C717, 16C72, 16C73A, 16C74A, 16C745, 16C76, 16C765, 16C77,
16C770, 16C771, 16C773, 16C774, 16C781, 16C782, 16C84, 16C923, 16C924, 16C925,
16C926, 16F627, 16F628, 16F630, 16F676, 16F684, 16F688, 16F716, 16F72, 16F73, 16F74,
16F76, 16F77, 16F818, 16F819, 16F83, 16F84, 16F870, 16F871, 16F872, 16F873, 16F873A,
16F874, 16F874A, 16F876, 16F876A, 16F877, 16F877A, 17C42A, 17C43, 17C44, 17C752,
17C756, 17C762, 17C766
Microchip MPLAB (no ICE support anymore from V2.22A):
Integration into the MPLAB project manager as well as improved debugging support by
enhancing our COFF support.
The IAR recommendation for hardeware debugging environment will be MPLAB with a tight integration of the
EWPIC compiler, assembler and linker.
RTOS
EWPIC18 - P6 (P7 from V3.10)
MCUs/Chips
Microchip:
PIC18Cxxx & PIC18Fxxx
18C242, 18C252, 18C442, 18C452, 18C601, 18C658, 18C801, 18C858
18F1220, 18F1320, 18F2220, 18F2320, 18F2331, 18F242, 18F2431, 18F2439, 18F248,
18F252, 18F2539, 18F258, 18F4220, 18F4320, 18F4331, 18F442, 18F4431, 18F4439,
18F448, 18F452, 18F4539, 18F458, 18F6620, 18F6720, 18F8620, 18F8720, 18F6525,
18F6585, 18F6621, 18F6680, 18F8525, 18F8585, 18F8621 and 18F8680
Hardware
debugging
Microchip MPLAB (no ICE support anymore from V3.10A):
Integration into the MPLAB project manager as well as improved debugging support by
enhancing our COFF support.
The IAR recommendation for hardeware debugging environment will be MPLAB with a tight integration of the
EWPIC18 compiler, assembler and linker.
RTOS
EWdsPIC - P6 (P7 from V2.10)
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
Microchip: dsPIC
30F20xx, 30F30xx, 30F40xx, 30F50xx, 30F60xx
Microchip MPLAB
Integration into the MPLAB project manager as well as improved debugging support by
enhancing our COFF support
The IAR recommendation for hardeware debugging environment will be MPLAB with a tight integration of the
EWdsPIC compiler, assembler and linker.
RTOS
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
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EW6811 - P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
Freescale/Motorola: M68HC11 with all derivatives
M68HC11D0, D3, E0, E1, E9, E20, F1, FC0, K0, K1, K4, KS2, KW1, P1, P2.
M68HC711D3, E9, KS2
Toshiba:
TMP68HC11
C-SPY ROM-monitor pre-configured for
Freescale/Motorola M68HC11 EVB, M68HC11 EVM and M68HC11 EVS (also including F1,
D3, E20, K4) evaluation boards.
Source files included for configuration of the monitor to your own board. The ROM-monitor
occupies 8K ROM and 1K RAM and one serial port. Applications must be run in RAM to be
debuggable. C-SPY also supports banked memory with the EVSK4 board.
RTOS
EW6812 - P5 (P7 from EWHCS12 V3.10)
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
Freescale/Motorola:
M68HC12 family: MC68HC812A4, MC68HC912B32, BC32, BD32, BE32, D60, D60A,
DA128, DG128, DG128A, DT128A
HCS12 family: MC9S12A64, A128, A128B , A256, A256B, A512, B64, B128, B256, C32,
D32, D64, DB128, DB128B, DG128, DG128B, DG128E, DG256, DG256B, DG256C, DJ64,
DJ128, DJ128B, DJ128E, DJ256, DJ256B, DJ256C, DJ512, DP256B, DP256C, DP512,
DT128, DT128B, DT128E, DT256, DT256B, DT256C, DT512, E64, E128B, E256, H128,
H256
C-SPY BDM debugger for
Freescale/Motorola EVB boards with support for EEPROM/Flash programming and the
following cables:
Freescale/Motorola SDI serial port cable
P&E Microcomputer System CABLE 12, CABLE 12HS, Multilink USB cable,
parallel port cable and Cyclone PRO.
Work with
Axiom CML12S-DP256 board
Elektronikladen HCS12 T-Board with a Freescale/Motorola SDI
General support for
Micrium: µC/OS-II
Segger: embOS
Sept. 20 2004
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
EWCR16, EWCR16-DIP, EWDIP - P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
National Semiconductor:
CompactRISC™ CR16 with derivatives PC87570, CR16MHR6, NSAM266, SC14402, 404/5,
422 & 424
C-SPY ROM-monitor for
- Nationals Dedicated Instructions Processor (DIP) in the SCI1440-series.
- National’s ADB’s/USB boards with TMON Monitor program, such as CR16-HWA-ADB,
NSV-AM265-ADB, etc. The TMON Monitor program is available from National.
RTOS
EWCOP8 - P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
National Semiconductor:
COP888BC, CF, CL, CS, EB, EK, FH, GD, GW
COP8ACC, AJC, AKC, AME, ANE
COP8CBC, CBE, CBG, CBR, CCC, CCE, CCG, CCR, CDC, CDE, CDG, CDR, CFC, CFE
COP8FGE
COP8SA, SBC, SBE, SBG, SBR, SCC, SCE, SCG, SCR, SDC,
SDE, SDG, SDR, SE, SFC, SFE, SG, SGG, SGH, SGK
C-SPY Emulator support for
MetaLinks iceMaster emulator, Evaluation Programming Unit (EPU) and Debug Module
(DM), such as DMFLASH-00,iceMASTER-WA500, iceMASTER-AD Model 400.
RTOS
EWCR16C, EWCR16C-SC - P6 (P7 from V2.10)
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
National Semiconductor:
CR16C, SC14xxx
lm9704, lmx5100
CR16C and SC14 C-SPY drivers for
Nexus Class I interface, using the built-in on-chip debug support in CR16C (using the Nexus
5001 standard for debugging). The required HAL/TAL communication software from NSC is
included.
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EWV850 - P6 (P7 from V3.10)
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
NEC: All V850 and V850E derivatives
V850, V850E, V851, V852, V853 and V854
C-SPY emulator support for
NEC emulator series (EXEC interface):
• IE-703000-MC series (current emulator version is IE-703002-MC),
• IE-703100-MC series (current emulator version is IE-703102-MC),
• IE-V850E-MC series
• IE-V850ES-GI/K_Line
• IE-V850ESK1-ET
• Smartstation SS-V850 ICE
• IECUBE (available in 2004-08 or v3.10A)
N-Wire debugger for
NEC IE-V850E1-CD-NW interface card.
The N-Wire driver has a subset of the IAR C-SPY emulator debugger driver features. It
supports the NEC's N-Wire on-chip debug (OCD). By simply connecting the IE-V850E1-CDNW PCMCIA interface card from NEC to the PC, you can use all the project management
and build tools included in the IAR Embedded Workbench for V850 as well as the entire
functionality of the C-SPY debugger while benefiting from NEC's sophisticated on-chip
debugging and emulation solution.
RTOS
V850, V850E and V850ES C-SPY ROM-Monitor support:
• NEC RT-V853 board and startWARE
• Phoenix starterkit for V850/IA1
• COSMO V850E/IA1 and V850E/MA1
2K RAM and 128K EPROM, see EW manual. Source included for user reconfiguration or
adaptation to other boards.
Plug-in modules for
OSE: ENEA OSE (included in EWV850/EWV850-PRO)
- Provides detailed information about the RTOS, the tasks and logged events.
- Live breakpoints allows one task to be stopped while the system continues to execute the
other tasks .
Micrium µC/OS-II (Plug-In from Micrium)
Allows you to display µC/OS-II's internal data structures in a convenient series of windows
integrated with the C SPY Debugger within the IAR Embedded Workbench. This provides
you with information about each of the active tasks in the target application, about each
semaphore, mutex, mailbox, queue and event flag group along with a list of all the tasks
waiting on these kernel objects, and more.
General support for
Segger embOS (order from Segger)
CMX CMX-RTX RTOS
EW78400 – P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
NEC: All 78K/IV derivatives
No C-SPY debugger.
The NEC simulators and emulators can read the XCOFF debug format generated by IAR.
General support for
Micrium µC/OS-II
Sept. 20 2004
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
EW78K * - P7
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
NEC: All 78K0 and 78K0/S derivatives
C-SPY emulator for NEC emulator series (EXEC interface): included in EW
• IE-78K0K1-ET
• IE-78K0-NS
• IE-78K0-NS-A
• IE-78K0S-NS-A
(IECUBE and MINICUBE will be supported in V4.20A)
RTOS
*From V4.11A, EW78000 has been renamed as EW78K
EWR8C – P6 (P7 from V3.10)
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
Renesas: R8C/1x
C-SPY ROM-monitor for
Renesas:
• M3A-0111 board (via USB-monitor)
• 3 Diamonds board
One serial and one USB C-SPY ROM-monitor driver for the Renesas ROM-monitor program.
With these drivers, C-SPY can connect to any board with the Renesas ROM-monitor program
programmed. Either via an RS232 connection, USB or via the Renesas USB monitor board
M3A-0665.
RTOS
EWSH – P5
MCUs/Chips
Renesas/Hitachi: SuperH
SH1, SH2, SH3, SH2-DSP and SH3-DSP
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
EWH8300 – P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
Renesas/Hitachi:
H8/300 family: 310, 32x, 33x, 310x, 311x, 3202, 321x, 3256, 3257, 329x, 3318, 333x, 339x,
343x, 3502, 3522, 3534.
H8/300L family: H8/361x, 362x, 363x, 364x, 365x, 371x, 372x, 380x, 3802x, 381x, 382x,
383x, 384x, 385x, 386x, 387x, 388x, 392x, 394x, 397x.
General support for
Micrium µC/OS-II,
EWH8 – P5 (P7 from V2.10)
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
MCUs/Chips
Sept. 20 2004
Renesas/Hitachi
H8/300H family: 3002, 3003, 3004, 3007, 3032, 3035, 3039, 3042, 3048, 3052, 3062,3064,
3067
H8S family: 2128, 2138, 2144, 2148, 2214, 2215, 2238, 2245, 2338, 2345, 2350, 2355,
2357, 2368, 2377, 25xx, 2612, 2623, 2633, 2636, 2655, 2678,
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
H8 tiny family: 36014, 3664, 3672, 3687, 3694
Work with
Renesas/Hitachi emulator and Evaluation boards
via Renesas HEW debugger, need to download UBROF format from Renesas website for
HEW.
General support for
CMX CMX-RTX RTOS
Micrium µC/OS-II
EW7700 – P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
Renesas/Mitsubishi:
M377xx (working with M379xx, no specific feature support)
C-SPY ROM-monitor for
Renesas/Mitsubishi: MTK7706 training kit
Including source files for configuration of the monitor to your own board. The ROM-monitor
occupies 8K ROM and 1K RAM and one serial port. Applications must be run in RAM to be
debuggable.
C-SPY emulator interface for
Renesas/Mitsubishi: M37000-SBI simple emulator
RTOS
EW740 – P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
Renesas/Mitsubishi:
M372xx, M374xx, M375xx, M376xx, M38xxx
C-SPY emulator interface for
Renesas/Mitsubishi: M38000-SBI simple emulator
It is a board with pins (pin-compatible with the 740 micro) that you can use to debug your
target system by simply replacing the micro controller with the emulator-board. Even if
Mitsubishi call it an emulator it uses a standard ROM-monitor interface. It has no other
features than a normal ROM-monitor, i.e. no support for trace buffers and H/W breakpoints.
RTOS
Sept. 20 2004
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
EWM16C – P6 (P7 from V3.10)
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
Renesas/Mitsubishi:
M16C/10, M16C/2x, M16C/3x, M16C/6x, R8C/1x
C-SPY ROM-monitor (ROM-monitor program from Renesas), supports the following
evaluation boards:
Renesas/Mitsubishi:
• 3 Diamond kit
• MSV30222
• MSA0654
• MDECE0201
• MSV1632/62 board (via USB-monitor)
• MSV-MINI26 board
• RDECE2662P board
• M16C demo board
GLYN EVBM16C/6x evaluation board
Other boards with Renesas ROM-monitor.
One serial and one USB C-SPY ROM-monitor driver for the Renesas ROM-monitor program.
With these drivers, C-SPY can connect to any board with the Renesas ROM-monitor program
programmed. Either via an RS232 connection, USB or via the Renesas USB monitor board
M3A-0665.
Debug output formats from the IAR Embedded Workbench are compatible with:
Renesas/Mitsubishi: PC4701 and PC7501 series of Emulators (IEEE-695 and Elf/Dwarf),
• Nohau EMUL5-M16C-PC (full UBROF support),
• Ashling Microsystems PathFinder
• Sophia Systems HyperSTAC for M16C
General support for
Micrium: µC/OS-II, Segger: embOS
EWM32C - P6 (P7 from V3.10)
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
* available in V3.10A
Renesas/Mitsubishi:
M308xx, M32C/8x, M16C/8x
*C-SPY ROM -monitor for
Renesas:
• 3 Diamonds board
• M16C Demo board
One serial and one USB C-SPY ROM-monitor driver for the Renesas ROM-monitor program.
With these drivers, C-SPY can connect to any board with the Renesas ROM-monitor program
programmed. Either via an RS232 connection, USB or via the Renesas USB monitor board
M3A-0665.
Debug output formats from the IAR Embedded Workbench are compatible with:
• Renesas/Mitsubishi: PC4701 and PC7501 series of Emulators (IEEE-695 and
Elf/Dwarf),
• Ashling Microsystems PathFinder
• Sophia Systems, HyperSTAC for M32C
General support for
CMX: CMX-RTX, Micrium: µC/OS-II, Segger: embos, Vektor Informatic
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
Sept. 20 2004
EWSAM8 – P6
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
Samsung:
SAM8, SAM8x, SAM8xRC, SAM8xRI, SAM8xRCRI and S3C9442.h, S3C9444, S3C9452,
S3C9454 derivatives
C-SPY emulator interface for
Samsung SMDS II+ emulator and OpenICE
EWMK5 – P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
Sharp: MK5
EW430 – P7
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
Texas Instrument
MSP430C111, C1111, C112, C1121, C1331, C1351, C311S, C312, C313, C314, C315, C323,
C325, C336, C337, C412, C413, E112, E313, E315, E325, E337, F110, F1101, F1111, F112,
F1121, F1122, F1132, F122, F1222, F123, F1232, F133, F135, F147, F1471, F148, F1481,
F149, F1491, F155, F156, F157, F167, F168, F169, F412, F413, F415, F417, F423, F425,
F427, F435, F436, F437, F447, F448, F449, F1610, F1611, F1612, FE423, E425, FE427,
FG437, FG438, FG439, FW423, FW425, FW427, P112, P313, P315, P315S, P325, and P337.
C-SPY JTAG support for TI’s Flash Emulation Tool (FET) and USB FET support*
MSP-FET430X110 (for the MSP430F11xIDW, MSP430F11x1IDW, and MSP430F11x2IDW
devices)
• MSP-FET430P120 (for the MSP430F12xIDW and MSP430F12x2IDW devices)
• MSP-FET430P140 (for the MSP430F13xIPM and MSP430F14xIPM devices)
• MSP-FET430P410 (for the MSP430F41xIPM devices)
• MSP-FET430P440 (for the MSP430F43xIPZ and MSP430F44xIPZ devices)
For more info on feature improvements, see cs430.htm.
Work with
Olimex "MSP430-449STK-B" board (with an LCD) connected to the PC through their
"MSP430-JTAG" cable.
IAR J-Link USB-driven JTAG interface for MSP430 (not included in EW430-PRO and
EW430, order separately)
J-Link is a small USB-to-JTAG conversion box designed for MSP430. It connects via USB to
the PC host running Windows. J-Link integrates seamlessly into the EW430 and is fully plugand-play compatible:
§ Supports all MSP430 devices
§ Download speed up to 20kb/s
§ Fast flashing using Timer output
§ No power supply required, powered through USB
§ Max. JTAG speed 8 MHZ
§ Auto speed recognition
§ All JTAG signals can be monitored, target voltage can be measured
§ 7V output to burn the JTAG fuses to make the device inaccessible
§ 14-pin standard JTAG connector
§ USB and 14-pin flat cable included
Sept. 20 2004
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
IAR KickStart Development Kit for Texas Instruments’s MSP430 includes
§ MSP430F449 development board
§ JTAG debugger with USB connector
§ 4K Kickstart version of EW430
§ 20-state version of IAR visualSTATE for MSP430
RTOS
The KickStart Card has the following features:
• MSP430F449 MCU with 60 Kbytes program flash and 2 Kbytes RAM
• 14-pin JTAG interface connector
• RS232 interface circuit with Tx, Rx signals
• Dallas touch button port
• Frequency input
• LCD custom display
• LED status
• Four buttons
• Buzzer
• 2xAA 1,5V battery holder
• Extension headers for µC pins
• Dimensions: 76.2x64mm (3x2.5")
General support for
CMX: CMX-RTX RTOS,
Micrium: µC/OS-II,
Pumpkin: Salvo,
Segger embOS
* USB FET support in V3.21A!
EW6502 – P5
MCUs/Chips
Western Design Center:
6502/65C02
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
EWZ80 – P5
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
RTOS
ZiLOG:
Z80, Z84011, C11, 013, C13, 015, C15, C50
Z80180, S180, 181, 182, 183
General support for
Micrium: µC/OS-II
IAR Embedded Workbench Support List
Sept. 20 2004
EWeZ80 – P6
MCUs/Chips
Hardware
debugging
ZiLOG:
eZ80, eZ80190
C-SPY emulator support for
ZiLOG ZPAK-II emulator.
Need install firmware from ZiLOG (Old frimaware 1.4 does not work with F91 derivatives,
firmware 1.6 does work. To reinstall the firmware, separate flashin utility is needed (from
Zilog, MatsP how do they get this?).
First Silicon Solutions’ ISA--eZ80 emulator. www.fs2.com
Driver for FS2's ISA-eZ80 emulator plug- in available from FS2.
RTOS
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