DAVIS, Calif. -- Rabbit Semiconductor Inc. here has released a comprehensive development kit for evaluation and development of TCP/IP applications using the Rabbit 2000 microprocessor
The Rabbit 2000 TCP/IP Development Kit incorporates the Rabbit 2000 microprocessor, an 8-bit MCU, plus a Dynamic C software development system, power supply and a PC serial cable for real-time debugging.
User programs are created in Dynamic C, a software development environment that includes an editor, compiler, and debugger. No in-circuit emulator is required.
Executable code can be downloaded into flash memory and an optinal battery-backed RAM. Two communication ports are available: an RS-232 port or a factory-configurable port for either RS-485 or RS-232. Other features include four high-current outputs, four digital outputs, seven timers, a real-time battery-backable clock, and 10BaseT Ethernet interface. Ethernet drivers for the RealTek NE2000 chip set are included.
The Rabbit 2000 TCP/IP Development Kit is available in June for $199.