aduc845: QS Kit for development

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1) If I purchase the QuickStart dev kit for the ADuC 845, could I also use it
to develop for the ADuC 847 (which is a subset of the 845)? Would their be any
limitations in doing this?

2) Does the Keil C-Compiler support the extended stack feature of these micros?

 

1) If I purchase the QuickStart dev kit for the ADuC 845, could I also use it
to develop for the ADuC 847 (which is a subset of the 845)? Would their be any
limitations in doing this?

Yes, you can use the ADuC845 QS kit to develop for the ADuC847, or for that
matter the ADuC848. The only thing you must take account of is the difference
in the ADC specifications. Otherwise everything else is identical.
The ADuC845 incorporates two 24-bit ADCs (Primary and Auxiliary) whereas the
ADuC847 only has a single 24-bit ADC (Primary) and the ADuC848 has a single
16-bit ADC (Primary). Neither the ADuC847 nor the ADuC848 allow the use of the
temperature sensor due to the missing Auxiliary ADC.                 


2) Does the Keil C-Compiler support the extended stack feature of these micros?

Yes.

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