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Programmers and Programming software

The supported status of Renesas programming software and programmers for each MCU family is shown below:

Type
  • Online
  • Offline
    (Stand-alone)
Online
Programming
Software
Programming GUI
dedicated to PG-FP5 (Bundled with PG-FP5)
Target MCU and Parameter File
Hardware*
(Programmer)

PG-FP5

E1

MINICUBE2
Dedicate Hardware
Not Required
(Use the serial port for RS-232C.)

E1

E8a
Dedicate Hardware
Not Required
(Use the serial port for RS-232C.)
MCU Family RL78 Ο Ο - Ο - - -
RX Δ Ο - Ο Δ - Δ
RH850 ** Ο - Ο - - -
SuperH Δ - - - - Δ Δ
V850 Ο Δ Δ Δ - - -
78K Ο Δ Δ Δ - - -
R8C Δ - - - Δ Ο Δ
M16C - - - - - Δ Δ
H8SX
H8S
H8
- - - - - Δ Δ
  • Legend:
    Ο : Most MCUs are supported. See in the row of Programming Software for the latest information on supported devices.
    Δ : Some MCUs are supported. See in the row of Programming Software for the latest information on supported devices.
    - : Support not planned.
    ** : Support planned.
  • * : Programmers (emulators) compatible with the programming software listed in the row above are shown at right.

 

Lineup:

Flash Development Module - FDM

The Flash Development Module (FDM) is a USB interface board used to control the mode and reset pins of Renesas H8 and SH FLASH devices as well as providing USB to Serial conversion.

 

Renesas Flash Programmer [Programming software]

Flash memory programming software for RH850 Family, V850 Family, RX Family, RL78 Family, 78K0R, and 78K0.

Flash Development Toolkit [Programming software]

Flash Development Toolkit is the dedicated flash programming software for the SuperH RISC engine, RX, R8C, M16C, H8SX, H8S, H8, and 740 families.

F-ZTAT Microcomputer On-Board Writing Program [Programming software]

F-ZTAT microcomputer on-board writing program for SuperH, H8S and H8 families.

Flash Libraries

Libraries for reprogramming flash memories

Flash Self Programming Libraries | Data Flash Libraries


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