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Communication Hardware "Universal Access Device 2pro" - UAD2pro

UAD2pro Debug Support for XC166, XC2000, XE166, TriCore, PowerArchitecture, ARM, Cortex, XScale, SH-2A

The Universal Access Device 2pro is the new smart member of the UDE target Access Device family. It replaces the approved UAD2 and offers new enhancements in the well-known form style. It establishes a bridge to the more powerful UAD3+ using the same target adapter solution.

UAD2pro It offers fastest target access via JTAG, cJTAG, DAP, DAP over CAN Physical Layer (DXCPL), SPD (Single Pin DAP) via CAN, SWD, ASC and CAN with build-in ESD protection. Accessing your TriCore, PowerArchitecture, Cortex, C16x, ST10, XC2000, XE166, XMC4500, ARM7, ARM9, ARM11, SuperH SH-2A derivatives is now easier than ever. The unique combination of JTAG and CAN bus, measurements of a mere 13 x 8 x 3cm³, and a robust aluminum housing, predestine the UAD2pro for mobile use in the field.


Supported High-Speed Target Access

The Universal Access Device 2pro is optimized for High-Speed Communication between the UDE on the Host PC and a target system. UAD2pro supports access features of UDE in an optimized manner.

  • General target connector (1,65V - 5,5V I/O ring voltage) supports JTAG, cJTAG, DAP, DAP over CAN Physical Layer (DXCPL), SPD via CAN, SWD debug communication channel up to 50MHz shift clock - download rate up to 3.5MByte/s
  • Special target adapter are available for all supported target and  interface definitions as TriCore, PowerArchitecture, Cortex, XC2000, XE166, XMC4500, ARM7, ARM9, ARM11, SuperH SH-2A with up to 50 MHz shift clock
  • Isolated adapters (RF coupler technology with 1000 VRMS isolation) - supports full bandwidth 50MHz shift clock
  • Lowest power consumption from target
  • Flexible serial high-speed communication to a C16x, ST10, XC2000, XE166, TriCore, PowerArchitecture and ARM/Cortex based target system via a D-Sub connector. The following serial modes are available:
    • Asynchronous serial RS232 interface
    • CAN interface.
  • 480 Mbps Communication Speed
  • Supported OS (32 and 64 bit): Windows® XP, Windows® Vista, Windows® 7, Windows® 8.
The following serial modes are available:
Controller Peripheral Interface Transfer rate Connector UDE Support
ASC asynchronous RS232 up to 1 Mbps D-SUB9
CAN (On-Chip CAN) CAN up to 1 Mbps D-SUB9
JTAG (Infineon)
TTL up to 100 MHz 16-pin 100mil Header
MiniJTAG (Infineon)
TTL
up to 100 MHz 10/16-pin Header Samtec FTSH-105/FTSL-108
JTAG (ARM)
TTL up to 100 MHz
20-pin 100mil Header
JTAG/cJTAG (PowerPC OnCE)
TTL up to 100 MHz 14-pin 100mil Header
JTAG (PowerPC COP)
TTL
up to 100 MHz 16-pin 100mil Header
JTAG (SuperH H-UDI)
TTL
up to 50 MHz 14-pin 100mil Header
DAP (Infineon) TTL
up to 50 MHz
10-pin Header Samtec FTSH-105
MiniDAP/cJTAG (Infineon, PowerPC) TTL up to 100 MHz 10-pin Samtec TFM-105
SWD (ARM, Cortex) TTL
up to 100 MHz
10-pin Header Samtec FTSH-105
SWD (ARM, Cortex) TTL
up to 100 MHz
20-pin Header Samtec FTSH-110
SWD (ARM, Cortex) TTL
up to 100 MHz
20-pin 100mil Header

For a detailed description of the pin assignment of the connector please see the 'UDE Manual Appendix', available from the Download area.

CAN Bus Analyzer

CAN bus D-Sub male connector (CiA pin assignment) as debugging communication channel to C166, ST10, XC2000, XE166, TriCore, PowerArchitecture and ARM/Cortex based CAN target systems

  • Independent intelligent subsystem enables continuous trace of CAN bus messages
  • CAN bus analyzing may run as background task of debug communication.


Trademarks: TriCore is a trademark of Infineon Technologies. ARM, EmbeddedICE, Thumb are registered trademarks of ARM Limited. ARM7, ARM9, Embedded Trace Macrocell and Embedded Trace Buffer are trademarks of ARM Limited. Firewire is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. i.Link is a trademark of Sony Corporation. ST is a registered trademark of companies belonging to the STMicroelectronics Group. XScale is a registered trademark of companies belonging to the STMicroelectronics Group. All other brands or product names are the property of their respective holders.

 

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