USB-ML-CFE (Discontinued) USB BDM Interface cable for the ColdFire V2/V3/V4 (Discontinued)
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The USB-ML-CFE (USB ColdFire Multilink) has been discontinued. The recommended replacement part is the all-in-one Multilink Universal. Most software products will support the Multilink Universal transparently. Older software may need to be patched so that it will natively work with the latest Cyclones and Universal Multilinks. See FAQ #211.
For users who would prefer a high-speed solution, the Multilink Universal FX is also compatible, but please note that older software will need an upgrade to use the Multilink Universal FX.
PEmicro Hardware Interface Drivers, v.12 (Win XP/Vista/7/8/10)(2883 KB) Version 12.7 Adds support for 64 bit PEmicro applications. Also it includes the atom fix which affects very select users. Installs PEmicro drivers to allow applications to communicate with PEmicro hardware. Please note that not all hardware may be supported for your OS. This does not include the application level support which comes with the different products. Administrator privilege is now required. Released 11/30/2017.
UNSECURE CF(2081 KB) This application allows an ColdFire V2 processor with internal flash to be unsecured via the following PEmicro hardware interfaces:
USB-ML-CF or USB-ML-CFE (Rev C)
USB-ML-UNIVERSAL (all revisions)
USB-ML-UNIVERSAL-FX (Rev B and higher)
When a device is secure it will not respond to BDM (Background Debug Mode) commands and must be unsecured via JTAG mode. In order to properly unsecure the device, the bus frequency on reset must be input by the user.
This utility is supported in Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10.
64K ColdFire Starter C Development Kit(44752 KB) The 64K Starter Edition of PEmicro's PKGCFZPRO software development package provides the capability to compile, debug, and flash program up to 64KB of user C code for ColdFire devices. This software suite includes the PEmicro In Circuit Debugger, Flash Programmer, and WinIDE integrated environment with built-in GCC Compiler.