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|Low cost microcontroller evaluation toolkits speed up code development and reduce time to market|
London – Renesas Technology Europe has announced a series of low-cost starter kits (RSKs) which will help users to speed up code development and reduce their project’s time to market. The RSKs offer a user-friendly platform for assessing the suitability of a chosen Renesas microcontroller as well as a basic development platform. Each kit includes a CPU board with target microcontroller; LCD panel; E8 on-chip debugger; trial C compiler and IDE; tutorial session and peripheral driver code.
The RSKs allow engineers to evaluate devices from Renesas’ wide range of controller products via a consistent hardware/software platform. Kits also incorporate a common ‘application’ bus allowing interfacing to peripherals and daughter cards.
RSKs are available for Renesas’ complete range of 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit solutions including the R8C, M16C-Tiny, M32C, H8-SLP and SH controllers. Renesas also committed to supporting all new mass market microcontrollers with RSKs.
As well as allowing evaluation and fast development, RSKs also provide a useful platform for evaluating the Renesas suite of development tools for coding and debugging, using High-performance Embedded Workshop (HEW), the E8 emulator, and/or Flash Development Toolkit.
RSKs enable the user to generate and run code ‘straight out of the box’. They connect to a host PC via an included USB E8 on chip debugging interface. The E8 provides a compact, smart debugging environment package that allows the user to perform complete system debug, from MCU operations to electrical characteristics.
Miércoles, 21 Junio, 2006 - 12:02