The External Flash Definition Editor is utility software for programming user data to an external flash memory. The user-friendly GUI-based functions make it easy for the user to set parameters and create a definition file for programming an external flash memory. By simply registering the definition file in the emulator software and executing the download function, the user can write data through the emulator to the external flash memory embedded in the user system.
Latest Ver.: V.1.00 Release 01
Released: Mar 05, 2012
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- External Flash Definition Editor supports standard flash memory command methods and can be used with most flash memory MCUs.
- GUI-based functions make it easy to set external flash memory type and usage parameters.
- Use with Renesas emulator and its software for quick and easy data programming to external flash memory in the user system
- External Flash Definition Editor
- User's Manual
- Release Notes
Note that the MCUs whose operation mode is only the Single-Chip mode are not supported, even if they belong to either of the above series.
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