San Jose, Calif., February 12, 2014 - Blunk Microsystems announces turnkey support for the Embedded Artists' LPC3250 Development Kit. The $5K RTOS Bundle includes a board support package, Blunk's TargetOS™ embedded operating system, and Blunk’s CrossStep™ Integrated Development Environment.Components in the $5K RTOS Bundle include:
TargetMon allows single stepping and breakpoints in both tasks and interrupt service routines. Its fast download speed makes it the preferred connection for application development. JTAG debug connections are supported for initial board bring-up, and a configuration file is provided for the Abatron JTAG interfaces.
The CrossStep IDE makes it easy to navigate source code, control build settings, and keep projects up to date. It includes a source code debugger and advanced kernel-awareness for both JTAG and TargetMon connections with i) status display of tasks, semaphores, queues, etc., ii) “software logic analyzer” view of context switches, interrupts and service calls, and iii) source display scoping, to view the current execution point of each task.
The $5K Bundle includes both the PC based development tools and the embedded source code components. It provides a turnkey solution needed for efficient embedded software development using the LPC3250. The software is licensed as a per-seat annual subscription with a total cost of $5K per seat. Derived executable code can be released without restriction. Redistribution of source code is prohibited.About Blunk Microsystems
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