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HighTec GNU "C" compiler support
SPC5 HighTec GNU "C" Compiler is an Open Source high performing compiler (code size and compiling speed) designed by HighTec to make affordable to get started with SPC5 MCUs. Customer front line support is delivered by STMicroelectronics including libraries bug fixing.
HighTec compiler is delivered fully integrated inside SPC5Studio development environment and comes with 30 days free trial full feature license
The migration to Hightec commercial version is granted and effortless thanks to make file compatibility.
HighTec Compiler supports SPC56 and SPC57 product families.
One year license node locked activation code can be ordered directly from ST franchised distributors.
To install HighTec compiler download SPC5Studio from ST WEB (free download) and follow the installation procedure.
SPC5 Studio E2E Community is available on ST WEB.
1 year HighTec GNU "C" Compiler License
Lead Time: 3
Orderable Qty: 1
Low voltage audio power stereo amplifier based on TS4984IQT
This evaluation board is designed for the TS4984 stereo audio power amplifier. The micro-package QFN16 (quad, flat, non-leaded, 16-pin) combines space-saving with good thermal dissipation. The BTL gain is set at 2 V for both channels and can be adapted if necessary with a modification of R1/ R8 or R2/R6 values for the left/right channels. The R3/R6 and C3/C5 component locations are empty on the board to allow changes to both input configurations from single-ended to differential.
For use in differential mode, R4/R7 must be modified. The C1/C6 component locations are also left empty so that, if required, a low-pass filter can be added.
Lead Time: 26
Orderable Qty: 1
In-circuit debugger/programmer for STM8, ST7, STM32, STR7 and STR9 microcontrollers
The RLink (STX-RLINK) is Raisonance’s versatile, low-cost, in-circuit debugger and programmer for a complete range of STMicroelectronics microcontrollers (STM8, ST7, STM32, STR7 and STR9). It connects to application or evaluation boards for in-circuit programming and debugging via an industry standard JTAG-SWD connection for ARM® core-based microcontrollers, via STMicroelectronics’ SWIM connection for STM8, or via an in-circuit communication (ICC) connection for ST7 microcontrollers. ST72Cxxxx devices are not supported.
The RLink, driven by Raisonance’s Ride7 integrated development environment provides both unlimited in-circuit debugging and programming of applications for STM8 and ST7. The RLink allows in-circuit debugging of STM32, STR7 and STR9 MCUs with debug code limitation up to 1/2 the size of the device Flash if Flash is less than or equal to 64 Kbytes, or up to 64 Kbytes if Flash is more than 64 Kbytes.
In combination with Raisonance’s free RFlasher7 programming software, RLink can also be used as a very-low cost, dedicated in-circuit programmer for STM8, ST7, STM32, STR7 and STR9 microcontrollers.
Complete software tool sets are provided by download at www.raisonance.com.
The RLink does not include trace support for ARM® core-based devices with Embedded Trace Macrocell™ such as STR9.
Lead Time: 4
Orderable Qty: 1