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Adapter for Debug and Trace on M32R SDI-3 includes software for Windows, Linux and MacOSX only with PowerTrace Ethernet 256MB/512MB or PowerTrace PX voltage range 2.6V to 3.3V Out of production since July 2008
Supports Trace for RISC-V - tested for SiFive Nexus IP - tested for Tessent Embedded Analytics (former UltraSoC) Trace Encoder IP other IP on request Please add the base serial number of your existing debug cable to your order.
supports MPC74XX requires a valid software guaranty or a valid software maintenance key not suitable for debug cables older than 02/2004 (blue ribbon cable) please add the serial number of the existing debug cable to your order
TRACE32 Front-End connecting to - third-party virtual target/simulator supports GTM (MPC5xxx, RH850, TriCore) floating license via RLM (Reprise License Manager) Please add the RLM HostID of the license server to your order (please see our FAQ)
supports Arm Cortex-A and Cortex-R (Armv7, 32-bit) GTM, IPU and Multicore debugging included requires a valid software guarantee or a valid software license key please add the serial number of the existing debug cable to your order
supports TriCore, PCP and GTM debugging included supports JTAG and DAP includes software for Windows, Linux and MacOSX requires Power Debug Interface USB 2.0/USB 3.0, Power Debug Ethernet, Power Trace Ethernet, Power Debug II or PowerDebug PRO AUTO26 debug cable voltage range 0.9V to 5.5V
TRACE32 Front-End connecting to - third-party virtual target/simulators - third-party target server such as GDB - TRACE32 Back-End supports all PowerPCs floating license via RLM (Reprise License Manager) Please add the RLM HostID of the license server to your order (please see our FAQ)
DAP streaming cable for CombiProbe Supports - DAP (DAP2, DAP3, DAPWide, DAP4): up to 160 MHz, 3.3 V or 5.0 V - JTAG: 1.8-5.0 V, up to 60 MHz - DXCPL DAP streaming requires a DAP mode. For performance reasons, we recommend DAPWide at 160 MHz. 26-pin Automotive Connector