CGDI CG Pro 9S12 For Freescale Tms370 programmer For BMW Key Programmer Next Generation of CG100 CG-100
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CG Pro 9S12 Full Version Highlights:
Read and write for BMW CAS 1-4, for Porsche BCM, for Mercedes-Benz EIS, for Audi BCM2 Etc anti-theft computer (100% stable security, subject to domestic test users alike)
Able to crack a variety of strong encryption chips, stable and fast
Equipment using the high-end technology, real-time monitoring, anti-loss system
Come with ith independent intellectual property rights, arbitrarily increase the chip models according to customer demands
Support 80% of the Tms370 programmer 35160WT, 35080, 35128 in the market
With New CAS4 DB25 (Optional), reading CAS4 without demoulding (No Need to Remove Chip)
With New TMS370 adapter (Optional),reading and write TMS370 series chips
CG Pro 9S12 new product, the next generation of CG-100, can perform automatic conversion for BMW, for Mercedes-Benz kilometer and for BMW, for Land Rover, for Porsche key matching.
It combines both CGDI BMW key programmer and CGDI Mercedes key programmer. In another word, it is CG100 CGDI MB and CGDI BMW 3 in 1.
CG Pro 9S12 Flash point:
Support a variety of strong encryption chip crack, stable fast
Software equipment using high-end technology, real-time monitoring, anti-loss
This programmer is complementary to the CG-100
With independent intellectual property rights, arbitrarily increase the chip model according to customer demand.
CG Pro 9S12 Highlights:
Read and write any for Tms370 programmer BMW CAS 1-4, for Porsche BCM, for Mercedes-Benz EIS, for Audi BCM2 Etc anti-
theft computer (100% stable security, subject to domestic test users alike)
TMS370 Family Devices
The Tms370 programmer family consists of VLSI, 8-bit, CMOS microcontrollers with onchip EEPROM storage and peripheral support functions. These devices offer superior performance in complex, realtime control applications in demanding environments. They are available with mask-programmable ROM and OTP/EPROM.
Texas Instruments has added new, more robust features to the TMS370 family of devices. These features are designed to enhance performance and enable new application technologies.
The improved features include new watchdog modes, low-power modes, clock module, ROM security, standby RAM, Analog-to-Digital Converters, Serial Communication Interface 2, Timer 2B, and I/O ports. All family members are software compatible, so you can run many existing applications on the improved devices without having to modify your software. (Refer to Appendix A for more information about compatibility.)
There are 14 device families (see Table 1–2 on page 1-4 for a full listing). This chapter describes the key features and major components of each of the TMS370 microcontroller families, and includes block diagrams to illustrate controllers from each device family.
In expanding its powerful TMS370 family of microcontrollers, TI offers many new configurable devices for specific applications. As microcontrollers have evolved, TI has added multiple peripheral functions to chips that originally had only a CPU, memory, and I/O blocks.
Now, with the high-performance, software-compatible TMS370 microcontrollers, you can choose from over 78 standard products. Alternatively, you can use as many as 27 function modules
to configure your new device quickly, easily, and cost effectively for your application.
The TMS370 family is fully supported by development tools that facilitate simplified software development for bringing new products to market more quickly. These tools include an assembler, a linker, an optimizing C compiler, a C source debugger, a design kit, a starter kit (with simulator), an in-circuit emulator, and an OTP/EPROM programmer.
All of these tools work together using an IBM-compatible personal computer (PC) as the host and central control element. This allows you to select the host computer method of text management, and editing tools according to your system requirements.
The Tms370 programmer in-circuit emulator (XDS—eXtended Development Support and the CDT370 Compact Development Tool) allows you to immediately begin designing, testing, and debugging your system. This is because the emulator is modular and configurable, eliminating the need to produce a complete new emulator for each TMS370 configuration.
The TMS370 8-bit CPU has a status register, a program counter register, and a stack pointer. The CPU uses another feature, the register file, as working registers, accessed on the internal bus in one bus cycle.
The 8-bit internal bus also allows access to memory and to the peripheral interfaces. The TMS370Cx5x, TMS370Cx6x, TMS370Cx7x, and TMS370CxBx devices allow external memory expansion through ports A, B, C, and D.
With the exception of the TMS370CxAx and TMS370CxCx families, all the devices in each product family use EEPROM.
The data EEPROM modules provide in-circuit programmability and data retention in power-off mode. The modules contain 256 or 512 bytes of EEPROM.
This memory is useful for constants and infrequently changed
variables required by the application program.
The program memory provides alternatives to meet the needs of your application. The program memory modules presently contain 2K, 4K, 8K, 16K, 24K, 32K, or 48K bytes of memory.
The program memory in Tms370 programmer, TMS370C7xx, SE370C6xx, and
SE370C7xx devices is EPROM. EPROM, in a windowed ceramic package, can be programmed, erased, and reprogrammed for prototyping.
EPROM devices in a non-windowed plastic package are one-time programmable (OTP) devices, used for small production runs. In TMS370C0xx, TMS370C3xx, and TMS370C4xx devices, the program memory is mask ROM that is programmed at the factory. ROM devices are appropriate for larger volume production.
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