P&E Microcomputer Systems

P&E Microcomputer Systems is a hardware and software development tools for microcontrollers.

P&E’s Cyclone Programmers

P&E Microsystem’s Cyclones are versatile production programmers that can be fully automated or used in stand-alone mode. Together they support a wide variety of NXP and other manufacturer devices.

The Cyclone Universal is a full-featured, next-generation Cyclone that performs in-circuit flash programming, debug, and test of these

✓ Kinetis

✓ S32

✓ LPCxxxx

✓ Qorivva

✓ ColdFireV2-4

✓ ColdFire +/ColdFire V1

✓ S12Z

✓ DSC

✓ HC(S)12(X)

✓ HCS08

✓ HC08

✓ RS08

✓ MAC7xxx

✓ SPC56

✓ many ARM Cortex devices

The Cyclone Universal FX is a next-generation in-circuit flash programming, debug, and test solution that adds an array of speed, security, storage, and other enhancements. The Cyclone Universal FX supports all of these architectures:

✓ Kinetis

✓ S32

✓ LPCxxxx

✓ Qorivva

✓ ColdFireV2-4

✓ ColdFire +/ColdFire V1

✓ S12Z

✓ DSC

✓ HC(S)12(X)

✓ HCS08

✓ HC08

✓ RS08

✓ MAC7xxx

✓ SPC56

✓ many ARM Cortex devices

P&E Microcomputer Systems’ Cyclone for ARM® devices is designed for in-circuit flash programming of ARM Cortex™-M devices from:

  • NXP: Kinetis, LPC
  • Atmel: SAMxxx
  • Cypress: PSoC® 4
  • Infineon: XMC
  • Maxim: MAX716xx
  • Silicon Labs: EFM32, SiM3
  • STMicroelectronics: STM32
  • Texas Instruments: Stellaris™ LM3S/LM4
  • Toshiba: TX00, TX03, & TX04

Multilink debug probes allow a PC access to the Background Debug Mode (BDM) or JTAG interface on wide range of ARM Cortex and 8-16-/32-bit devices, in order to halt normal processor execution and use the PC to control the processor. The user can then directly control the target’s execution, read/write registers and memory values, debug code on the processor, and program internal or external FLASH memory devices.

Supported manufacturers include NXP, STMicroelectronics, Cypress, Infineon, Silicon Labs, and many others. Multilink connects between a USB port on a Windows machine and the standard debug connector on the target. Microcontrollers are supported via the multiple headers located under a flip lid on the Multilink case. Ribbon cables suitable for a variety of architectures are included.

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