PowerDebug PRO


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PowerDebug PRO - Debug Tool
Extensions and Configuration
Supported Processor Lines
Extensions


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Support for over 80 microprocessor architectures, e.g. ARM, Cortex, Power Architecture, Intel x86/x64, etc.
Universal debug module, connect to target via architecture-dependent debug cables
USB3.0 or Gigabit Ethernet Interface to all hosts
PODBUS and PODBUS Express interfaces to Logic Analyzer modules, e.g. PowerProbe, PowerIntegrator
PODBUS Express interface to trace modules, e.g. PowerTrace PX, PowerTrace II and PowerTrace Serial for fast upload of trace data
Trigger connector to send and receive trigger pulses


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PowerDebug PRO - Debug Tool


    PowerDebug PRO as a successor of PowerDebug II provides the users with better user experience by integrating faster host interface and faster trace data upload.

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Extensions and Configuration


    Thanks to the modularity concept of Lauterbach, the tools are designed around base modules which are universal and architecture-independent. PowerDebug PRO as a debug module will then be connected to the target via architecture-specific debug cables, which support over 80 microprocessor architectures in use in the embedded-market. The following picture shows the extensions of PowerDebug PRO and configuration examples.
    Configuration of PowerDebug PRO
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Supported Processor Lines


Select your processor architecture to get an overview of all the TRACE32 features available for it:

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Extensions


PowerTrace-II
  • 1, 2 or 4 GByte trace memory
  • Universal trace module, connect to target via architecture-dependent trace probes (Preprocessor)
  • Support for all parallel trace ports up to 19.2 Gbit/s, e.g. 16 bit up to 300MHz DDR sample rate
  • Support for serial trace ports up to 4 lanes, each lane max. 6.5 Gbit/s
  • Support for streaming up to 1.6 Gbit/s
  • Additional independent 17 channel logic analyzer (with Standard Probe)
  • Energy Profiling (with optional Analog Probe)
  • PODBUS Express interface to PowerDebug PRO (successor of PowerDebug II)
  • PODBUS and PODBUS Express interfaces to Logic Analyzer modules, e.g. PowerProbe, PowerIntegrator
PowerTrace PX
  • 512 MByte trace memory with max. bandwidth 7.4 Gbit/s
  • Universal trace module, connect to target via architecture-dependent trace probes (Preprocessor)
  • Support for 16 bit parallel trace ports up to 225 MHz DDR
  • Support for serial trace ports for AURIX up to 2.5 Gbit/s and MPC57xx up to 5 Gbit/s
  • Support for Streaming speed up to 320 Mbit/s
  • PODBUS Express interface to PowerDebug PRO (successor of PowerDebug II)
  • PODBUS and PODBUS Express interfaces to Logic Analyzer modules, e.g. PowerProbe, PowerIntegrator
Medium-speed Logic Analyzer (PowerProbe)
  • Timing Analyzer up to 400 MHz
  • State Analyzer up to 100 MHz
  • 64 Input Channels
  • Transient Recording
  • Time Correlation with RISC Trace
  • Clock Qualifier for State Clock
  • Mixed State and Timing Mode
  • 4 State Clock Inputs
  • Optional FPGA Onchip Trace
  • Optional Pattern Generator
  • Protocol Support for CAN, USB, etc.
High-speed Logic Analyzer (PowerIntegrator)
  • Timing Analyzer with 500 MHz on all Channels
  • State Analyzer up to 200 MHz DDR
  • 204 Input Channels
  • Transient Recording
  • Time Correlation with other Tracetools
  • Clock Qualifier for State Clock
  • Mixed State and Timing Mode
  • 4 Clock Inputs
  • MICTOR and Standard Probes (single ended)
  • MICTOR differential Probes
  • Analog Voltage and Current Probe
  • 3G/DigRF Protocol Support





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