Universal Debug Engine and UDE/Memtool Support latest ST10-Derivates

3/10/2006 - With it's current versions of the Universal Debug Engine (UDE) and the UDE/Memtool pls Programmierbare Logik und Systeme immediately also supports the specific features of the 16 Bit microcontroller derivates ST10F251, ST10F252, ST10F271, ST10F272, ST10F273, ST10F275 and ST10F296 as recently introduced by STMicroelectronics. This fast upgrade once again emphasizes the company's commitment to offer an optimised complete tool chain for all application areas of all supported microcontroller architectures within short term.

For a quick and flexible target access there is a choice of monitor-based solutions given by the new UDE and Memtool versions with a vast variety of interfaces such as asynchronous and synchronous serial, CAN-Bus or 3-pin interface. Of course the UDE also supports all popular C/C++ compilers. Another advantage for the user: the peripheral registers of the respective microcontroller can be configured in plain text within a display window of the debugger.

Size, location and structure of the FLASH memory integrated on the ST10 derivates are automatically recognized without further involvement of the user just by selecting the type of microcontroller. A quick target access and execution of the FLASH algorithm on the micro-controller itself ensures short programming cycles and full field application capability.

pls Programmierbare Logik & Systeme
The pls Programierbare Logik & Systeme GmbH located in Lauta, Germany, was founded in 1990 by Thomas Bauch and Stefan Weiße. The company is among the worldwide leading suppliers of software debugging solutions and complete development tools for the 16 and 32-bit microcontroller family from Infineon technologies, STMicroelectronics, and ARM. The revolutionary software architecture of the Universal Debug Engine (UDE) is optimized for debugging of modern SoC based Systems. The hardware family Universal Access Device (UAD) opens up a fully new dimension in data download speeds with transfer rates of up to 3.5Mbyte/s.

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