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Proteus VSM for ATMEL AVR
Product: VSM for ATMEL AVR
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Proteus VSM for ATMEL AVR contains everything you need to develop, test and virtually prototype your embedded system designs based around the Atmel AVR series of microcontrollers.

Supported microcontrollers:

  • AVR family

Proteus VSM for ATMEL AVR includes:

  • A full professional licence of the ISIS Schematic Capture package.
  • A full licence for the interactive VSM simulation engine.
  • Ability to fully simulate AVR series in your own schematics.
  • Thousands of standard peripheral models and embedded peripheral models.
  • Measurement and analysis (DSO, Logic Analyser, I2C Protocol Analyser, etc.)
  • System wide diagnostics allowing you to receive detailed trace messaging on components of your choice and/or the system as a whole during simulation.
  • Full debugging capabilities either via Proteus VSM's internal system, trough direct integration with the MATLAB environment or via other supported compilers.

 

Multi-Licence and Educational prices are available, please contact us for a quote

VSM Software does not Include ARES PCB Layout Software

 

What are the Proteus VSM advantages?


The Proteus Design Suite is wholly unique in offering the ability to co-simulate both high and low-level micro-controller code in the context of a mixed-mode SPICE circuit simulation. With this Virtual System Modelling facility, you can transform your product design cycle, reaping huge rewards in terms of reduced time to market and lower costs of development. * Please read the whole article here.

  • Schematic entry
  • Circuit Simulation
  • Co- Simulation of Microcontroller Software
  • Source Level Debugging
  • Diagnostic Messaging
  • Peripheral Model Libraries

       

 

       

 

Why use Proteus VSM?


Proteus VSM was the first product to bridge the gap between schematic and PCB for embedded design, offering system level simulation of microcontroller based designs inside the schematic package itself.

Over ten years later, Proteus VSM is still leading the field with more microcontroller variants and peripherals than any competing product, better debugging tools and instruments and a consistent focus on innovation. * Please read the whole article here.

The main benefits are:

  • Flexibility
    • An Experimental Canvas for Design
    • Write Firmware for Virtual Hardware
    • Change Either Quickly and Easily
    • Freedom to Create, Test and Perfect
  • Productivity
    • Faster Bug Fixes
    • Fewer Design Iterations
    • Enables Parallel Development
    • Shorter Time to Market
  • Cost
    • Reduced Development Time
    • Reduced Debugging/Testing Time
    • Reduced Manufacturing Delays
    • Reduced Equipment Costs
    • Reasonable Cost of Ownership

 

 

  

 

The Proteus VSM Concept


Proteus Virtual System Modelling (VSM) combines mixed mode SPICE circuit simulation, animated components and microprocessor models to facilitate co-simulation of complete microcontroller based designs. For the first time ever, it is possible to develop and test such designs before a physical prototype is constructed. A full exposition of the Proteus VSM technology and features can be found here.

Whilst we believe Proteus VSM is functionally so far ahead of any other product that it really has no competition, you may also want to look at our competitive analysis to compare features against other offerings on the market or read some existing customer comments.

 

How is this Useful Educationally?


In addition to providing high quality Schematic Capture and PCB Layout for traditional computer aided design Proteus VSM is uniquely suited to teaching students about the design and operation of embedded systems solutions. For the first time a full virtual debugging interface is available in software, obviating the need for expensive hardware and allowing your students the freedom and flexibility to design and develop microcontroller solutions without the need for a physical prototype.

 

     

 

The following is a comparison of Proteus VSM against a typical microprocessor hardware lab equipped with evaluation boards and In Circuit Emulators..

 

Hardware Lab

 

Proteus VSM Lab

X

Installation of hardware equipment typically requires a dedicated lab.

Proteus VSM can be installed in general purpose computer rooms anywhere on campus.

X

Equipping a hardware lab with In Circuit Emulators is expensive.

Site Licences of Proteus VSM are significantly discounted for educational use.

X

Test instruments such as oscilloscopes, logic analysers and pattern generators add further expense.

Proteus VSM includes 11 virtual instruments as standard.

X

The number of users is limited to the amount of physical hardware purchased.

Unlimited site licences of Proteus VSM have no upper limit on the number of users.

X

Reworking or modifying hardware circuitry can be tedious and prone to errors.

Circuit design in Proteus VSM is both simple and flexible, allowing students to experiment easily and quickly.

X

Student error can result in blown hardware components and additional expense.

Proteus VSM is totally safe and virtual components are indestructible!

X

Students are limited to working on the equipment within the lab.

All site licences include a version for distribution to students.

X

Students must wire up hardware in the lab before attempting software tasks.

Circuits for lab exercises can be prepared in advance.

 

 

 

Tutorials and Resources


 

The following resources will help you get started quickly with the Proteus Design Suite:

  • Detailed written tutorials and walkthroughs via the Help Menu in both ISIS and ARES.
  • Short videos covering some basic features of the software here : Demo Movies
  • Dedicated e-mail support to quickly answer any questions you have here at Tigal and at Labcenter

 

Download your Proteus Professional DEMO now!


Please start your download here.

Limitations of the Demonstration Version

The Proteus Professional demonstration is intended for prospective customers who wish to evaluate our professional level products. It does not allow you to save, print or design your own microcontroller based designs (you can however write your own software programs to run on the existing sample design suite for evaluation), but does include all features offered by the professional system including netlist based PCB design with auto-placement, auto-routing and graph based simulation.

 

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