Ultra-high-speed EJTAG Debug Probe.
Features: Advanced features of Opella-XD include: Fast, easy-to-install USB 2.0 High-Speed Interface (480Mb) Supports all popular hardware debug protocols Unique Auto-conditioning Probe provides maximum possible download speed to target with fastest JTAG clock frequencies Hot-plug support allows post-mortem debugging Fast, trouble-free Plug-and-Play installation Small, versatile Target Probe Cable fits on any target board Fast in-target Flash Programming Supports latest EJTAG 4.10 MIPSTM debug protocol Wide target voltage range: 0.9V to 3.6V Versatile Target-Reset and Test-Port-Reset support Works with Windows and Linux hosts Built-in diagnostics instantly show status of Target, Debug Probe and USB link Universal Hardware-Debug platform for all popular target architectures and compilers Ashling's Opella-XD EJTAG Debug Probe is the fastest available debug probe for embedded development on MIPSTM RISC cores. Benefits of Opella-XD to the embedded hardware developer: Accelerates the entire embedded-hardware debug process: ultra-fast installation, code download and flash programming saves time at every code rebuild Instantly autoconfigures to target system Long-term investment: works with all popular target architectures and compilers Helps with the most difficult debugging tasks: hardware bring-up, operating-system booting, post-mortem debugging Future-proof: works with latest hardware-debug protocols, all popular host operating-systems Compact, easy-to-install target probe cables support all popular debug interfaces Opella-XD Probe Specification: High-speed USB2.0 (480Mb/s) interface to host PC or Linux workstation Target EJTAG clock rates up to 100MHz Auto-conditioning for fast EJTAG clock frequencies Sustained code download to target at over 3MB/s (using 100MHz EJTAG clock) Supports all MIPSTM hardware-debug standards: EJTAG 4.10, 3.10, 2.6x, 2.5x, 2.0x and 1.5x 14-way or 20-way IDC target EJTAG connectors Configurable Target-Reset and Test-Port-Reset, under full user control Fine-grained adjustment of JTAG clock frequency from 1KHz to 100MHz Supports target operating voltages from 0.9V to 3.6V. Opella-XD detects and automatically configures for the appropriate target voltage Supports RTCK adaptive clocking of debug data from target (EJTAG 4.10) "Hot-plug" support; allows connection to a running target without resetting or halting Fully powered by USB interface; no external power-supply needed Support for all on-chip hardware breakpoints; unlimited number of software breakpoints Big-endian and little-endian target architectures supported Full support for MIPS16TM/MIPS16eTM code compression Compiler Support: All popular MIPSTM C/C++ compilers are supported including GNU GCC, Green Hills Software and WRS/Diab Data and all other ELF/DWARF compliant compilers. See the separate PF-MIPS-XD datasheet. GDB-Server-MIPS: Ashling's GDB-Server-MIPS software package allows Ashling's Target Debug Probes to be used with the GNU GDB open-source debugger. The Ashling GNU GDB Server is available for Windows and Linux (x86 based) hosts and supports GNU GDB and all Eclipse CDT based debuggers (e.g. MontaVista Devrocket). Technical Specs: Ashling: www.ashling.com Data Sheet: www.ashling.com/images/stories/pdfs/pdf_datasheets/ds313-opella-xd-mips.pdf?phpMyAdmin=IGkACjaK7Q74kVE-VqrLF0LC095