Ronetix announced the availability of the new firmware of its high speed, low cost JTAG/BDM Emulator and Flash Programmer. The new firmware adds support of debugging and FLASH programming of Freescale ColdFire devices. This includes all ColdFire CPUs like MCF52XX, MCF53XX and MCF54XX.
Now PEEDI can be used for high speed GNU gdb debugging and Flash Programming of all ARM7, ARM9, and XScale based MCUs, Freescale Nexus enabled PowerPC as well as ColdFire.
PEEDI can be used in standalone mode to program more that 800 flash devices as well as AT91SAM7, LPC2000, MAC7100, STR7, STR9, TMS470, NAND FLASH, Atmel DataFlash families, MPC5500 families and ColdFire MCF52XX.
PEEDI natively supports GNU gdb/Eclipse and provides a very high real download speed – up to 1Mbytes/s. For rapid starting a new project Ronetix provides complete GNU toolchains including Eclipse for Linux and Windows for ARM/Xscale, PowerPC and ColdFire. The toolchains can be downloaded for free from the company’s website.
Among the advantages of PEEDI are:
- Multi core support – up to 4 cores
- Built-in support for gdb (remote target via Ethernet)
- Very high real download speed – up to 1Mbytes/s
- 5 kHz – 33MHz JTAG/BDM clock using 35cm standard cable
- Target Voltage 1.2V – 5V
- Built-in telnet command line interface
- Built-in very fast Flash programmer that supports over 800 Flash devices
- Can be used as a standalone Flash Programmer, up to 15 images can be stored on MMC/SD card controlled by front panel interface
- Small robust aluminum case
- DCC over TCP support
Ronetix supplies complete software toolkits, flash programmers intelligent debug probes and development boards for the ARM7, ARM9, XScale, PowerPC and ColdFire technology implementations. The Company headquarters are in Vienna, Austria. For sales information on RONETIX’s products contact email@example.com