This is an XDS100v2-compliant emulator that follows the Texas Instruments' reference design.
TMS320-XDS100-V2 hardware is designed to work with CCS software (version 4.x or newer)
There is a free license for Code Composer Studio IDE when used with XDS100 hardware
Programs the following processor cores: TMS320C28x, TMS320C54x, TMS320C55x, TMS320C64x+, TMS320C674x, TMS320C66x, ARM 9, ARM Cortex R4, ARM Cortex A8, ARM Cortex A9 and Cortex M3
Supports all microcontrollers and DSPs supported by XDS100v2 design
Works with targets (1.65 - 5.0)V
Supports cable-break detection
Supports target power loss detection
Support for multiple FTDI devices
Uses 0.1" 2x10 pin JTAG connector with TI layout
Comes with adapter for 0.1" 2x7 pin TI JTAG connector
All units manufactured after 01.02.2014 also include a 0.1" 2x10 pin ARM JTAG layout adapter. It makes the connection to a board that features a supported ARM core target easier.
No need for external power supply, the unit is powered from the USB
Compatible with Code Composer Studio 4.x and Code Composer Studio 5.x software for programming, real time emulation, debugging, step by step program execution, breakpoints, memory dump - everything the high priced emulators can do
The drivers of the XDS100 emulator are installed automatically with the latest "Code Composer Studio" version. If there are driver problems - refer to the troubleshooting section of the wiki article of the XDS100 design.
Does your design follow the original XDS100v2 design? If it doesn't what are the differences?
The TMS320-XDS100-V2 follows almost blindly most of the XDS100v2 reference design suggested by Texas Instruments. The main difference is that we don't use 20-pin compact TI headers and connector; we use 20 pin 0.1 inch pitch connectors (which are not standard according to the TI's JTAG standard; but easier to work with). You can always use jumper wires with the 0.1" pitch connectors, which is not the case with the 20-pin CTI connector.
I connected the emulator to my computer but it requires drivers. Where can I find the drivers?
Do you manufacture and sell 14-pin and 20-pin CTI adapters?
Which version of the cpld firmware does your units have?
The latest available - the firmware has a release date 23-Apr-2010.
I can't get the adaptive clock working. Does the unit really support adaptive clocking?
Yes. TMS320-XDS100-V2 supports adaptive clocking. The adaptive clocking problems you face come from the small adapter board; the one that adapts the 20 pin TI JTAG layout to 14 pin TI JTAG layout. Boards manufactured before 15.09.2015 lack RTCK routed. You might want to remove the protective cover and connect a wire between pin #9 of each connector (RTCK is pin #9 of both 20 pin TI JTAG and 14 pin TI JTAG connectors). Refer to the JTAG table in the official article here: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/JTAG_Connectors
I didn't receive an ARM adapter in the box. Can you send me an adapter?
That is unfortunate, you have received an unit that left our production facilities before 01.02.2014. We can't send you an adapter, however you can make such relatively easy. Alternatively, you can use jumper wires. Follow the JTAG table in the official article here: http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/JTAG_Connectors
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