Energy Profiling


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Function
Analog Probe
Tools


Energy Profiling
  Highlights
Realtime measurement of 3 current and 4 voltage lines
Realtime trigger on current, voltage and power
Time correlation with other TRACE32 tracetools
Energy statistics on function and task level
Fully integrated in the TRACE32 user interface
 
  Introduction
Which part of the programcode causes the highest power consumption? Which influence has a code modification to the application′s power consumption?

The integrated measurement solution for energy profiling gives developers a powerful, easy-to-use tool to answer these questions.

To acquire the data for current or voltage gradients a TRACE32 PowerTrace II or PowerIntegrator can be extended with a TRACE32 AnalogProbe.

The analog measurements are timecorrelated with the application′s programflow. This is the key to track down unexpected powerpeaks to a certain line of code or to detect power hungry functions and tasks.


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Optimizing Embedded Software Energy Consumption (Whitepaper)
Optimizing Embedded Software Energy Consumption (Presentation)




 

Function





 

Analog Probe


Analog Probe


  • 4 Voltage Channels 12 bit 0..5 V, 1 MOhm
  • 3 Current Channels 5% Accuracy, external Shunt
  • 625 KSampes/sec sampling rate

Signal

Pin

 Pin

Signal

    
I2-12GND
I2+34GND
I1-56GND
I1+78GND
I0-910GND
I0+1112GND
V31314GND
V21516GND
V11718GND
V01920GND
    
 

Tools


PowerTrace Serial
  • 4 GByte trace memory
  • Universal module that is prelicensed for a trace protocol on delivery
  • Additional trace protocol licenses can be added
  • Up to 12.5 Gbit/s per channel
  • Maximum bandwidth of 100 GBit/s
  • Aurora-based trace protocols up to 8 RX lanes
  • PCIe 3.0-based trace protocol up to 8 RX/TX lanes
  • Reference-clock and bit-clock support
  • Fast trace upload to the host computer
  • Support for TRACE32 Streaming up to 180 MByte/s, compression allows higher data rates to be achieved
  • PODBUS Express interface to PowerDebug PRO
  • PODBUS and PODBUS Express interfaces to Logic Analyzer modules, e.g. PowerProbe, PowerIntegrator
  • Additional independent 17 channel logic analyzer (with included Standard Probe)

PowerTrace II
  • 1, 2 or 4 GByte trace memory
  • Universal trace module, connect to target via architecture-dependent trace probes (parallel or serial preprocessor)
  • Maximum bandwidth of 19,2 GBit/s
  • Fast trace upload to the host computer
  • Support for parallel trace ports with up to 32-bit at 300 MHz DDR
  • Support for serial trace ports, each lane max. 6.5 Gbit/s, but only up to 19,2 GBit/s in total
  • Support for TRACE32 Streaming up to 180 MByte/s, compression allows higher data rates to be achieved
  • PODBUS Express interface to PowerDebug PRO
  • PODBUS and PODBUS Express interfaces to Logic Analyzer modules, e.g. PowerProbe, PowerIntegrator
  • Additional independent 17 channel logic analyzer (with included Standard Probe)
  • Energy Profiling (with optional Analog Probe)


µTrace® for Cortex-M®
  • All-in-on debug and trace solution for Cortex-M
  • Recommended for single-core microcontrollers with Cortex-M
  • Recommended for multi-core microcontrollers with solely Cortex-M (single debug port)
  • 256MByte trace memory
  • USB 3 interface to the host computer
  • TRACE32 Streaming up to 100 MByte/s

PowerIntegrator - Logic and Bus Analyzer
  • 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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