Features and Benefits
- Blackfin processor core with 200 MHz (400 MMACs) performance and 68KB L1 Memory: ADSP-BF592KCPZ-2
- Blackfin processor core with 400 MHz (800 MMACs) performance and 68KB L1 Memory: ADSP-BF592KCPZ
- L1 Instruction ROM block with VDK RTOS and C runtime libraries
- Low Power
- Two SPI, two SPORT, two UART and one PPI
- Nine Peripheral DMA channels and two memory to memory DMA channels
- 9×9mm LFCSP package
- Commercial, industrial, and automotive temperature grades
Product DetailsThe BF592 is the low cost entry point into the Blackfin portfolio of processors. With core clock speeds of 200 and 400 MHz and a peripheral set including two SPORT’s, a PPI, two SPI’s, four general purpose counters and a factory-programmed Instruction ROM block containing the VDK RTOS and C-runtime libraries, the BF592 is feature and cost optimized for compute intensive industrial, automotive, and general purpose applications that do not require external memory or executable flash. The BF592 is offered in a low cost 9×9mm LFCSP package in commercial and industrial temperature grades as well as automotive qualified.
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Evaluation Kits (2)
EMULATOR-USB & HP USB ICE
Analog Devices’ cost-effective Universal Serial Bus (USB)-based emulator and High performance (HP) Universal Serial Bus (USB)-based emulator each provide an easy, portable, non-intrusive, target-based debugging solution for Analog Devices JTAG processors and DSPs. These powerful USB-based emulators perform a wide range of emulation functions, including single-step and full speed execution with pre-defined breakpoints, and viewing and/or altering of register and memory contents. With the ability to automatically detect and support multiple I/O voltages, the USB and HP USB emulators enable users to communicate with all of the Analog Devices JTAG processors and DSPs using either a full speed USB 1.1 or high speed USB 2.0 port on the host PC. Applications and data can easily and rapidly be tested and transferred between the emulators and the separately available VisualDSP++ development and debugging environment(sold separately).
The plug-and-play architecture of USB allows the emulators to be automatically detected and configured by the host operating system. It can also be connected to and disconnected from the host without opening the PC or turning off the power to the PC. A 3-meter cable is included to connect the emulators to the host PC, thus providing abundant accessibility to hard to reach targets.
The HP USB-based emulator also supports the Background
Telemetry Channel (BTC), a non-intrusive method
for exchanging data between the host and target
application without affecting the target system's
Part Number: ADZS-USB-ICE
High Performance USB-Based Emulator
Part Number: ADZS-HPUSB-ICE
Tel: 1-800-ANALOGD (262-5643)
For additional information, contact your local Analog Devices Sales Office or Distributor.
Features & Benefits
- Full speed USB 1.1 interface enabling download speeds of up to 150 KB/Sec (ADZS-USB-ICE) or High speed USB 2.0 interface enabling download speeds of up to 1.5MB/sec (ADZS-HPUSB-ICE)
- Background Telemetry Channel (BTC) support enabling non-intrusive data exchange at up to 2.0 MB/sec (ADZS-HPUSB-ICE only)
- 1.8V, 2.5V, and 3.3V compliant and tolerant
- Support for all ADI JTAG processors and DSPs
- 5V tolerant and 3.3V compliant for 5V processors and DSPs
- Multiprocessor support
- 14-pin JTAG connector
- 3-meter USB cable for difficult-to-reach targets
The ADSP-BF592 EZ-KIT Lite® provides developers with a cost-effective method for initial evaluation of the ADSP-BF592 processor via a USB-based, PC-hosted tool set. With this EZ-KIT Lite, users can learn more about the Analog Devices (ADI) ADSP-BF592 hardware and software development, and quickly prototype a wide range of applications.
The EZ-KIT Lite includes an ADSP-BF592 Blackfin Processor desktop evaluation board along with an evaluation suite of the VisualDSP++® development and debugging environment, including the C/C++ compiler, assembler, and linker. The evaluation suite of VisualDSP++ is designed to be used with the EZ-KIT Lite only.
Part number: ADZS-BF592-EZLITE
CROSSCORE® Tools Support:
Tel: 1-800-ANALOGD (262-5643)
Features & Benefits
- Analog Devices ADSP-BF592 Blackfin processor
- Programmable VDDINT core power: AD5258 TWI digital potentiometer and ADP1715 low dropout linear regulator
- SPI flash memory: Numonyx M25P16 – 16 Mb
- Audio codec: Analog Devices SSM2603 stereo, 24-bit analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, Highly efficient headphone amplifier, Stereo line input and monaural microphone input
- Universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART): ADM3202 RS-232 line driver/receiver, DB9 female connector
- LEDs: Eight LEDs: one board reset (red), three general-purpose (amber), one power (green), one battery good indicator (green), one battery low indicator (amber) and one battery charging indicator (amber)
- Push buttons: Four push buttons: one reset, two programmable flags, and one wake-up with debounce logic
- Expansion interface II: Next generation of the expansion interface design, provides access to most of the processor signals
- JTAG ICE 14-pin header
Documentation & Resources
EE-112: Class Implementation in Analog C++11/14/2016
EE-213: Host Communication via the Asynchronous Memory Interface for Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 2)2/14/2015
EE-351: Using the ADSP-BF592 Blackfin® Processor Tools Utility ROM (Rev. 2)3/22/2011
EE-350: Seamlessly Interfacing MEMS Microphones with Blackfin Processors (Rev. 1)8/27/2010
EE-335: Interfacing SD Cards with Blackfin Processors (Rev. 1)3/4/2010
EE-347: Formatted Print to a UART Terminal with Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 3)2/2/2010
EE-339: Using External Switching Regulators with Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 1)8/18/2009
EE-326: Blackfin® Processor and SDRAM Technology (Rev. 2)8/18/2009
EE-271: Using Cache Memory on Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 2)8/18/2009
EE-340: Connecting SHARC® and Blackfin® Processors over SPI (Rev. 1)5/8/2009
EE-301: Video Templates for Developing Multimedia Applications on Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 1)5/8/2009
EE-312: Building Complex VDK/LwIP Applications Using Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 2)10/8/2008
EE-281: Hardware Design Checklist for the Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 2)7/7/2008
EE-341: Expert Pin Multiplexing Plug-in for Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 3)5/18/2008
EE-334: Using Blackfin® Processor Hibernate State for Low Standby Power (Rev. 1)5/17/2008
EE-204: Blackfin® Processor SCCB Software Interface for Configuring I2C® Slave Devices (Rev. 2)3/26/2008
EE-333: Interfacing Blackfin® Processors to Winbond W25X16 SPI Flash Devices (Rev. 1)3/25/2008
EE-323: Implementing Dynamically Loaded Software Modules (Rev. 1)3/8/2008
EE-330: Windows Vista Compatibility in VisualDSP++ 5.0 Development Tools (Rev. 1)8/31/2007
EE-185: Fast Floating-Point Arithmetic Emulation on Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 4)8/28/2007
EE-325: Interfacing Atmel Fingerprint Sensor AT77C104B with Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 1)8/20/2007
EE-175: Emulator and Evaluation Hardware Troubleshooting Guide for VisualDSP++ Users (Rev. 14)5/21/2007
EE-311: VisualDSP++® Flash Programmer API for Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 1)12/15/2006
EE-308: Estimating and Optimizing Booting Time for Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 1)12/13/2006
EE-309: Power Mode Transition Times of Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 1)12/6/2006
EE-306: PGO Linker - A Code Layout Tool for Blackfin Processors (Rev. 1)12/5/2006
EE-304: Using the Blackfin® Processor SPORT to Emulate a SPI Interface (Rev. 1)11/15/2006
EE-303: Using VisualDSP++® Thread-Safe Libraries with a Third-Party RTOS (Rev. 1)11/15/2006
EE-302: Interfacing ADSP-BF53x Blackfin® Processors to NAND FLASH Memory (Rev. 1)11/15/2006
EE-276: Video Framework Considerations for Image Processing on Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 1)11/8/2005
EE-269: A Beginner’s Guide to Ethernet 802.3 (Rev. 1)6/7/2005
EE-261: Understanding Jitter Requirements of PLL-Based Processors (Rev. 1)2/15/2005
EE-257: A Boot Compression/Decompression Algorithm for Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 1)12/16/2004
EE-236: Real-Time Solutions Using Mixed-Signal Front-End Devices with the Blackfin® Processor (Rev. 1)7/21/2004
EE-234: Interfacing T1/E1 Transceivers/Framers to Blackfin® Processors via the Serial Port (Rev. 1)7/21/2004
EE-235: An Introduction to Scripting in VisualDSP++® (Rev. 1)5/19/2004
EE-183: Rational Sample Rate Conversion with Blackfin® Processors (Rev. 5)10/30/2003
EE-197: ADSP-BF531/532/533 Blackfin® Processor Multi-cycle Instructions and Latencies10/8/2003
EE-192: Using C To Create Interrupt-Driven Systems On Blackfin® Processors5/30/2003
EE-149: Tuning C Source Code for the Blackfin® Processor Compiler12/16/2002
EE-128: DSP in C++: Calling Assembly Class Member Functions From C++9/18/2002
EE-104: Setting Up Streams with the VisualDSP Debugger11/5/1999
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Assembler and Preprocessor Manual (Rev. 3.4)11/15/2009
VisualDSP++® 5.0 C/C++ Compiler and Library Manual for Blackfin Processors (Rev. 5.4)11/13/2009
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Loader and Utilities Manual (Rev. 2.5)11/13/2009
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Device Drivers and System Services Manual for Blackfin Processors (Rev. 4.3)11/13/2009
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Licensing Guide (Rev. 1.4)11/13/2009
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Kernel (VDK) Users Guide (Rev. 3.5)11/13/2009
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Linker and Utilities Manual (Rev. 3.5)11/13/2009
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Users Guide (Rev. 3.0)12/9/2007
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Quick Installation Reference Card (Rev. 3.1)8/30/2007
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Getting Started Guide (Rev. 3.0)8/30/2007
VisualDSP++® 5.0 Product Release Bulletin (Rev. 3.0)8/30/2007
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