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Publication Date: 09/1/2012
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Corelis Intros High-Speed Quad-SPI Host Adapter
Quad-SPI host adapter.
Cerritos, CA — Corelis, Inc. has introduced the BusPro-S, a high-speed multi-IO SPI host adapter. The BusPro-S USB-powered desktop instrument allows engineers to save precious development time by providing low level control of Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) buses for the generation of SPI messages and programming SPI memory.
Major features of the BusPro-S include: 60MHz clock rates with up to 200 Mb/s throughput; standard, dual, quad, and 3-wire mode support; user selectable interface voltages down to 1.8V; eight independent slave select signals; powerful graphical user interface (GUI) with a complete command script editor; royalty-free application programming interface (API).
The BusPro-S is controlled by the included SPI Exerciser software using two modules: Debugger and Programmer. The Debugger module has a command script interface with individual tabs for concurrent command sessions. All communications from the Debugger module are recorded and displayed in a detailed transaction log.
The Programmer module enables fast, convenient insystem erase, program, verify, and read operations for both standard and multi-IO non-volatile memory components using an included library of common Flash and EEPROM device models.
While extremely simple, the SPI bus offers a tremendous amount of power and flexibility. The company has designed its software in such a way that it provides a clean, intuitive interface, yet still offers users unhindered access to that power and flexibility. The BusPro-S comes complete with hardware, software, and cables.
Contact: Corelis, Inc., 13100 Alondra Blvd., Cerritos, CA 90703
888-808-2380 or 562-926-6727 fax: 562-404-6196 Web:
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