CAN Communications Time Measurement Solution (for RH850 Family)
The following CAN-related tasks are possible in conjunction with the CS+ integrated development environment or the MULTI® integrated development environment (GHS MULTI) from Green Hills Software. This eases verifying the speed of CAN communications in terms of system requirements.
- Measuring the reception processing time in CAN communications with the E2 emulator alone
- Stopping a program when the reception processing time exceeds the design value
- Visualizing the history of CAN communications
Current Consumption Tuning Solution (for RL78 and RX Families)
In conjunction with the QE for Current Consumption, a dedicated tool for measuring current drawn, the E2 emulator is capable of the following items. These shorten the time taken to tune currents.
- Measuring current with the E2 emulator alone
- Stopping a program when an excessive current is detected
- Visualizing the relationship between program operations and current
Board interface compatible with that of E1
- The E2 emulator can be connected to the user system that was designed for the E1 emulator because the pin arrangement to be connected to the user system has compatibility with the E1 emulator.
- The optional products for E1 emulator are available. See the optional products for E2 for the details.
Support for new MCUs with next-generation cores
MCUs that have next-generation cores, such as those of the RH850/E2x series (which incorporate the G4MH core) or the RX66T group (which incorporate the new RXv3 core for the RX family) can be debugged.
- E2 Emulator main unit
- USB cable
- User's system I/F cable [RTE0T00020KCAC0000J]*Available for purchase in single unit.
- Conversion adapter [RTE0T00020KCA00000R]
- Converts from 20-pin for E2 to 14-pin for E1.*Available for purchase in single unit.
- Test lead
The following optional products are provided to facilitate the use of the E2 emulator in various ways. They are only for certain ranges of products, so take care to select products that work with the MCU you are using.
Note: Please read references to "E1 emulator" in the manuals for optional products as also meaning "E2 emulator".