The ST7-EMU3 series of emulators is the third generation of high-end emulators for ST7. EMU3 series emulators are designed to speed up the development of complex software applications for ST7 microcontrollers by providing a complete range of advanced debugging features. In combination with ST7 Visual Develop (STVD7) and ST7 Visual Programmer (STVP7), they provide start-to-finish control of application development – from building and debugging applications, to programming your ST7.
The EMU3 series emulators deliver start-to-finish control by providing both emulation and In-Circuit Communication (ICC) configurations from a single platform.
In the emulation configuration, the EMU3 probe and STVD7 software allow debugging while connected an application board in place of the target ST7. This configuration offers the most complete range of debugging features, including trace, advanced breakpoints and performance analysis. In addition, the EMU3 comes with all the adapters and connectors to connect to the application board in place of the target ST7.
The ICC configuration allows In-Circuit Debugging (ICD) of the application while it runs on the ST7 that is installed on your application board. Once debugging is completed, the ICC configuration allows In-Circuit Programming (ICP) of ST7 Flash microcontrollers on your application board or an ST7 Socket Board.
- Emulation Features Unlimited breakpoints with counter and condition Two output triggers Nine external input triggers 256K real-time trace recording with timestamp Memory read/write on the fly Low voltage emulation from 1.8 to 5.5 V Programmable clock frequency from 32 KHz up to 16 MHz Performance Analysis Four-level logic sequencer that allows you to perform specific actions such as: Stop program execution Start/stop trace recording, Record a snapshot in the trace, Output signals via the two output triggers These actions can be coordinated with the occurrence of a specific event or a series of events such as: an event at an address or range of addresses,a specific data value with bit mask,a read, write or read/write access,stack operation access...or any combination of these.