Ronetix peedi can be used in the manufacturing process both as a FLASH programmer for device firmware and as a tool for testing the device once it is assembled. In both scenarios, the host computer is not required because all the operations can be formed as script files and executed using peedi 's front panel interface. With its built-in standalone flash programmer, peedi stores the file images and enables you to select up to 15 file images from its front panel and load them to the target FLASH chip without requiring a host computer. Moreover, you can define an autorun script to be executed every time a target is connected. In this form of use, there is no need to start the script manually and tremendous amounts of time are thereby saved when large volumes of target boards need to be programmed.
Low intrusiveness, no target resources required. With the gdb source level debugger the embedded target platform can be controlled in fine detail by peedi. A built-in download speed measurement command enables direct data download to the target memory, freeing peedi from the need to delay until data is sent by the debugger or the server loads the file, resulting in incredible increase of raw download speed.
In addition, peedi has a multi-core feature enabling work on up to four targets simultaneously using a single peedi. This works either for a single multi core MCU or for multiple MCUs, using a multi-core adapter available from Ronetix.