Updating tc35 firmware
read more Efficient support of various trace protocols (e.g. Trace memory of up to 4 GBytes, a maximal trace stream width of 32-bit and possible trace signals up to 500 MHz and 3.125 Gbit/s in serial trace ...
The protocol analyzer we recommend is Profi Trace ( with the Oscilloscope Option.
The extenders are optionally available with galvanic electrical isolation.
Furthermore, with the flexible design, the pods can also carry out tasks such as CAN interface or logic analyzer probe.
At the same time, the full transmission bandwidth of 50 MHz serial clock is maintained.
is the powerful successor of UAD2 and is the new all-in-one device in PLS’s UDE target access device family.
The SComm must be running in order to answer these requests.
It combines the state-of-the-art debugging features of the UAD2pro with trace capabilities, which makes it ideal for efficient debugging, test and system-level analysis. Besides a large number of powerful debug and trace interfaces, such as DAP, SWD, JTAG, c JTAG and LPD, the UAD2next also supports CAN and ASC interfaces for access to the target.
Robust trace modules, which can be easily plugged in as needed, ensure a fast and efficient transfer of trace data from the target into the UAD2 The Universal Access Device3 , a further development of the already established UAD2 family, was particularly optimized for use in multicore and multi-target systems with high clock frequencies.
offers fastest target access via JTAG, c JTAG, DAP, DAP over CAN Physical Layer (DXCPL), SPD (Single Pin DAP) via CAN, SWD, ASC and CAN with build-in ESD protection.
Accessing your AURIX, Tri Core, Power Architecture, S32V234, Cortex, C16x, ST10, XC2000, XE166, XMC4500, Arm7, Arm9, Arm11, Super H SH-2A derivatives is now easier than ever.