- 2.30" x 3.25" AdaptS12 form-factor
- implements the 112-pin TQFP version of the 9S12E128
- two 50-pin connectors bring out all I/O pins of the MCU
- all I/O pins on a 0.1" grid for easy interfacing to standard perfboard
- versatile connector design for use with solderless breadboards, prototyping cards, or embedding into your design
- RS232C transceiver provided for one SCI channel
- jumper selectable RS232 or RS485 transceiver accommodated for second SCI channel
- IrDA physical-layer transceiver for third SCI channel
- two buffered DAC outputs
- supplied with 8 MHz crystal, but internal bus can run up to 24MHz (using on-chip PLL)
- selectable Colpitts/Pierce oscillator configuration
- on-chip single-wire Background Debug Module (BDM) fully supported for loading and debugging user code
- universal 6-pin/10-pin BDM connectors support BDM pods from multiple vendors
- code in C, BASIC, Forth, assembler, etc.
- no special Flash programming voltage or switch required
- fast in-circuit programming
- small-footprint on-chip bootloader/monitor works with our free uBug12 Windows GUI, for quick loading/debugging of user programs
- Run/Load switch for choice of Standalone or Monitor operation following reset
- low-dropout 5V/3V regulator on-board (mounted underneath)
- user-selectable for 3V or 5V operation
- accomodates optional precision voltage reference chip for analog-to-digital converter
- second I/O connector accomodates memory expansion bus
- many application cards and accessories available:
- prototyping cards and backplanes (click on Accessories folder, above)
- low-cost demo card (#AD9S12DEMH1)
- full-featured Evaluation/Training board (#AD9S12EVALH1)
- Servo/Sensor Interface module (#AD9S12SSIM)
- assembled, tested module, pre-programmed with Freescale Serial Monitor (see AN2548)
- red and black power connector wire (#PCJ1-8)
- printed schematic/pinout sheet
- find data sheets, manuals, and all other resources for this product by clicking on the Resources tab above
If you require mating connectors, browse Connectors in the Components category at the left. For power supplies, browse the Accessories category.
Before you order...
All of our standard connector options are available for this board. The product photo above shows "RA1" connector on both H1 and H2. Please make your choice of connectors before adding this item to your shopping cart. Otherwise, the board will be shipped with the default option (no connectors on H1 and H2).
Here are a few ways you can use Adapt9S12E128:
- Flash-based code development using on-chip debug/monitor
With a 2K Flash-resident debug/monitor program, you'll be able to load your program into the remaining 126K Flash via the serial port using our uBug12JE graphical user interface for Windows/Mac/Linux. The entire 126K Flash can be programmed in under 12 seconds! To use the monitor for debugging or code-loading, just set the switch to LOAD. To run your standalone program thereafter, leave the switch at RUN. Your code runs from Flash, and interrupts are supported (via Flash-based pseudo vectors, since the monitor resides in the vector space of the MCU). A program you load into Flash this way will run every time you apply power or reset the board in Flash Mode.
The Serial Monitor is also supported by Freescale's CodeWarrior Integrated Development Environment, for automatic erasing and loading of flash, and C source-level debugging.
- Flash-based code development using a BDM pod
If you want to take advantage of a more advanced development tool (such as our USBDMLT pod), the entire 128K Flash can be used, because the Flash-resident bootloader is no longer needed (therefore pseudo-vectors aren't required either).