Development Systems Accommodate MC9S12 And HC12 MCUs

June 1, 2001
The company has expanded its line of development systems with an evaluation board that supports Motorola's MC9S12 and HC12 microcontrollers (MCUs). Compatible with industry-standard C compilers, the board promises users flexibility in the manner in

The company has expanded its line of development systems with an evaluation board that supports Motorola's MC9S12 and HC12 microcontrollers (MCUs). Compatible with industry-standard C compilers, the board promises users flexibility in the manner in which they learn how to program these popular MCUs.
Application suitablility can be evaluated as hardware for a test system or as a standard module. The board supports both single-chip and expanded modes and, using the proper connectors, can operate solely with the MC9S12 or with the company's debugger or in-circuit emulator. And it also includes: LEDs, DIP switches and push switches for I/O simulation; RS-232, LIN and several CAN interfaces; and a wire-wrap field. In addition, an expansion plug can be used to connect to custom, external circuitry.

Company: HITEX DEVELOPMENT TOOLS

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