PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme
Lauta, Germany. PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme’s Universal Debug Engine (UDE) now supports NXP Semiconductors’ S32M2 motor control addressing power challenges with high voltage analog features including MOSFET gate pre-drivers, LIN or CAN FD, and voltage regulators. The S32M2 leverages Arm Cortex-M4 or -M7 cores.
The latest version of Universal Debug Engine (UDE) 2023 from Programmierbare Logik & Systeme (PLS) offers debugging and testing of designs developed for Infineon's TRAVEO CYT4DN MCU to aid in innovating dash instruments as wells as more effective head-up displays in vehicles. Included are two Arm Cortex M7 cores reaching 320 MHz with designated subsystems for graphics and sound. The singular chip supports 6 Mbytes Flash, 640 Kbytes SRAM, and 4 Mbytes embedded video RAM (VRAM).
PLS' UDE 2022 Supports ST's Stellar E-MCUs with Dedicated Features for Debugging and Runtime Analysis - Press ReleaseJune 13, 2022
With its Universal Debug Engine version UDE 2022 presented at embedded world 2022 in Hall 4, Stand 4-310, PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme now also supports the latest automotive MCUs from STMicroelectronics' Stellar E family.
PLS' UDE 2022 Offers New Features for System Analysis and Debugging of Automotive Applications - NewsApril 21, 2022
The new version of the Universal Debug Engine, which PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme will present at embedded world 2022 in Hall 4, Booth 4-310, offers completely new system features such as support for the AUTOSAR Run-Time Interface (ARTI) and several other optimized tool details.
With the latest version of the Universal Debug Engine (UDE), PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme now also provides developers with extensive functions for multicore debugging of the RH850/U2A Automotive MCU from Renesas.