|COSMIC Software Ltd|
Specialise in compilers for Freescale (Motorola) 8 and 32 bit CPUs and the ST10/166 range. Their debugger ZAP can either work with a simulator or for those CPUs which have background Debug Modes (08, 12,16, CPU32) they will link to a target board via one of our BDM cables.
|CMX Systems Inc|
CMX produce small and fast real-time middleware for embedded systems. These include real-time operating systems (RTOS), TCP/IP stacks suitable for 8, 16 and 32 bit CPUs, USB stacks, Flash File Systems and CANopen drivers. CMX is not available through our webshop but if you would like more information please contact us.
Ellisys is a leading supplier of cutting edge USB Analysers from low cost USB 1 through to USB 3 Ultra High Speed and Microsoft Class protocols to Wireless USB and Ultra wide band Protocol Analysers. Their products help hardware, firmware, software and test engineers to debug and test their USB interfaces, drivers and applications.
Keil are now a part of the ARM group and their ARM range of software is now the flagship compiler for that chip along with a range of evaluation boards. They have long been well known for their 8051 Compiler and their Windows debugging environment which continues to be developed.
The Lawicel interfaces provide a simple and lowest cost RS232 connection to a CAN-network.
It is also available as a DIP package to CAN enable your own designs.
|P&E Microcomputer Systems Inc|
Low cost interfaces for ARM Cortex M3&4 and NXP (was Freescale was Motorola) 8, 16 and 32 bit processors are complimented by Windows software for high level debugging, flash programming with links to GCC compilers and development boards. PC based or standalone production testing and programming tools to interface to ATE are also available.
|Peak-Systems Technik GmbH|
Their range of CAN and LIN Interfaces with their supporting software can be used to connect a PC to a CAN or LIN network either to allow the PC to control the network or to act as a test and diagnostic station logging CAN messages. Interfaces are available for USB, PC (PCMCIA), Parallel Ports, ISA, PCI or PC/104 boards. Modules are also available that act as interfaces between analog and digital signals and the CAN bus. CANopen, Lab View and Linux drivers are also supported.