PICE-52 In-Circuit Emulator
- Real-time non-intrusive emulation for selected 8051 microcontrollers;
- Tiny emulator header that plugs directly into a target socket – 95x70x40 mm;
- Connects to a PC USB or serial port;
- Up to 2M bytes program memory & 512K data memory (64K + 64K by default);
- Memory banking – up to 32 banks by 64K;Memory mapping between the ICE and target with 256 bytes resolution;
- Up to 1M true hardware breakpoints at Program memory and memory access breakpoints;
- Up to 1M true hardware breakpoints at Xdata memory access for Read & Write;
- Breakpoints on access to on-chip data memories: SFRs, direct data memory, on-chip Xdata, etc.;
- 4 complex breakpoints / triggers;
- Up to 64K frame deep by 128 bit wide trace buffer (16K x 128K by default);
- Trace cable with 8 micro hooks for entering signals and two hooks for outputting triggers;
- Precisely programmable clock generator;
- 48-bit on-board timer;
- Shadow RAM provides target device RAM real-time access without disturbing emulation;
- “On-the-fly” access to the memory, breakpoints, tracer, and timer;
- Memory coverage feature enables finding “dead” code;
- Precisely controlled voltage regulator 2.0 to 5.5V range;
CodeMaster-52 IDE enables:
- Project-level support for the Phyton assembler and C compilers from Keil, IAR and Raisonance;
- Source-level debugging for all popular C compilers and assemblers;
There are three main board configurations:
- MR2-52-03U – provides emulation for 64K code + 64K data memory, does not support external memory banking;
- MR2-52-05U – provides emulation for 1M code + 448K data memory, supports external memory banking.
- MR2-52-06U – provides emulation for 2M code + 448K data memory, supports external memory banking.
A POD or a daughter module is built around an execution processor that emulates a behavior of the target MCU being under control of the loaded application program. PICE-52 can be equipped with a variety of changeable PR2-52-xxx pods.
An Adapter provides mechanical connection of the emulator pod to the target board. It plugs directly to a DIP-40, PLCC-44 or QFP-44 target socket.
Check if Phyton has an emulator for your 8051 device and request a quote
Phyton has been producing and selling 8051 in-circuit emulators for more than 20 years and keep selling them nowadays. To check if our 8051 emulators support your target device and would like to get a quote, please email your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request should include the following information about the target device and your development environment:
- Silicon manufacturer (for example: Atmel, NXP, Microchip, etc.);
- Device part number (for example: AT89C52ED2, SST89E516RD2, etc.);
- Mechanical chip package (for example: DIP 40-pin, PLCC 44-pin, etc.);
- Whether your target board has an external memory and, if so, its memory structure;
- A compiler brand, if used for project management.
We will be sure to respond to your request promptly.