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M68EVB912B32E


The M68EVB912B32E is used to design, debug, and evaluate code for the 68HC912B32 MCU. By providing the essential MCU timing and I/O circuitry along with a prototyping area, the EVB simplifies user evaluation of prototype hardware and software.
Ideal for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

M68EVB912B32E - Motorola Evaluation Board with 32K Flash memory, 1K internal RAM, 768 bytes EEPROM
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M68EVB912B32E Motorola Evaluation Board with 32K Flash memory, 1K internal RAM, 768 bytes EEPROM $139 9

The M68EVB912B32E evaluation board comprises three main components:

  • Hardware - The board is a multilayered printed circuit board that provides interface and power connections to th dimensions are 5.15 x 3.4 inches (13.08 x 8.63 centimeters).
  • Firmware - DBug12, the EVB's firmware-resident monitor program, lets programmers write, evaluate, and debug user programs. DBug12 requires no configuration &emdash; it comes from the factory ready to use with an RS-232C terminal. DBug12 allows programming of the MC68HC912B32's on-chip FLASH EEPROM through commands that directly alter memory.

NOTE: DBug12 does not use the BDM interface.

  • Software - The IASM12 assembly language tool set provides an integrated development environment, including:
    • project manager (MCU project)
    • relocatable macro-assembler (MASM)
    • linker (MLINK)
    • librarian (AR)
    • Freescale S-Record generator (HEX)

M68EVB912B32 System Requirements

  • RS-232C terminal program
  • a serial communication port
  • RS-232C compatible, 6-pin BDM target cable
  • 3 to 5 VDC @ 100 mA (maximum) external power supply

Features


  • 3 to 5 VDC operation
  • RS-232C serial interface
  • 32 kilobytes MCU internal FLASH EEPROM with resident DBug12 monitor/debugger program four operational modes: EVB, JUMP-EEPROM, POD-BDM, BOOTLOAD,
  • Header connectors for access to the MCU's I/O and bus lines
  • On-board prototype area for customized interfacing with the MCU
  • Low-voltage inhibit protection
  • Full support for either dumb terminal or host computer terminal interface
  • File transfer capability from a host computer, allowing off-board code generation
  • For small programs or subroutines, DBug12 can be used to place object code directly into memory
  • For larger programs, the IASM12 assembler can be used on a host computer to generate S-Record object files. DBug12 can then be used to load the S-Record files into the EVB's memory