LCD Type MCU
Some of the special features provided by the HT-IDE3000 include:
Real-time program instruction emulation
Easy installation and usage
Either internal or external oscillator
Trace functions and trigger qualification supported by trace emulation chip
Printer port for connecting the HT-ICE to a host computer
I/O interface card for connecting the user¢s application board to the HT-ICE
OTP writer hardware integrated within the HT-ICE
Windows based software utilities
Source program level debugger (symbolic debugger)
Workbench for multiple source program files (more than one source program file in one applica-
All tools are included for the development, debug, evaluation and generation of the final applica-
tion program code (mask ROM file and OTP file)
Library for the setting up of common procedures which can be linked at a later date to other pro-
Simulator can simulate and debug programs without connection to the HT-ICE hardware
Virtual Peripheral Manager (VPM) simulates the behavior of the peripheral devices.
LCD simulator simulates the behavior of the LCD panel.
Holtek In-Circuit Emulator
Developed alongside the Holtek 8-bit microcontroller device range, the Holtek ICE is a fully func-
tional in-circuit emulator for Holtek¢s 8-bit microcontroller devices. Incorporated within the system
are a comprehensive set of hardware and software tools for rapid and easy development of user
applications. Central to the system is the in-circuit hardware emulator, capable of emulating all of
Holtek¢s 8-bit devices in real-time, while also providing a range of powerful debugging and trace fa-
cilities. Regarding software functions, the system incorporates a user-friendly Windows based
workbench which integrates together functions, such as program editor, Cross Assembler, Cross
Linker and library manager. In addition, the system is capable of running in software simulation
mode without connection to the HT-ICE hardware.
HT-ICE Interface Card
The interface cards supplied with the HT-ICE can be used for most applications, however, it is pos-
sible for the user to omit the supplied interface card and design their own interface card. By includ-
ing the necessary interface circuitry on their own interface card, the user has a means of directly
connecting their target boards to the CN1 and CN2 connectors of the HT-ICE.