In our COTS line of products we offer both
16-bit hardware and software.
The RMB-166 is an evaluation board for the Infineon 80C166 16-bit
high-performance microcontroller in the square plastic quad-flat pack package.
The RMB166-FLI industrial board features the Infineon SAB 80C166 16-bit
high-performance microcontroller in the metric plastic quad-flat pack package.
The RMB167-CRI, is an industrial board for the Infineon SAB C167CR 16-bit
high-performance microcontroller. The SAB C167CR is configured to run
with no wait states. The board has the CAN physical layer built in.
The R-167JIF is an industrial board designed to accept multiple processors in
the Infineon and ST Microelectronics 166 family. The
board has the CAN physical layer built in and will program the FLASH version
The R-FLIC is an industrial board designed to accept multiple processors in
the Infineon and ST Microelectronics 166 family. The board has the CAN physical layer built in and will program
the FLASH version of processors.
Reads166, version 3.10, is Rigel Corporationís Integrated Development
Environment for the Infineon / ST Microelectronics 16-bit processors. Reads166
includes an editor, a host-to-board communications system, an assembler, and a
C compiler. Reads166 is completely rewritten in native 32-bit code to run on
Windows 95 / 98 / 2000 / NT.
rFLI Utility Software runs in the Windows 95 / 98 /
2000 / NT environment. It supports the bootstrap loader feature and downloads
a minimal monitor during bootstrapping. rFLI is a utility program to
program the internal FLASH memory of the 16-bit processors and the
external FLASH memory chips on the 16-bit boards.
BootStrap Loader Tool
This document and the accompanying utility programs allow the code developer
to create custom bootstrap loaders. The document is written from the
programmerís perspective. Refer to the data books, or contact Rigel
Corporation regarding the hardware design elements needed to place the
microcontrollers into the bootstrap mode.
The demos are basic routines for CAN written using the Reads166 demo
software. There are two sets of demos, one is strictly assembly
routines, the other is a mix of C and assembly.