As the most recent addition to the premium range of BlueBox™ On-Chip Analyzers, the iC5700 ushers in a new technology architecture to future-proof it for debugging and testing of hugely complex embedded systems. The last decade has seen a steady increase in multi-core and multi-processor, system-on-chip (SoC) processing platforms, with the pace of integration being especially pronounced in the automotive industry. Recognizing this trend and its importance, this embedded development hardware features a new, high performance, internal data bus named FNET.

System Debugging Capable

Typically, BlueBox technology has provided a single debugging and trace interface (the Debug and Trace Module, short DTM) allowing complex timing analysis and code coverage measurement to be undertaken on multi-core applications. The FNET interface, with its gigabit data throughput, allows a single BlueBox to be expanded to interface with several multi-core processors, collecting both program and data trace information synchronously for analysis within iSYSTEM’s winIDEA development environment. Expansion is simply enabled via our range of Active Probes that plug into our FNET sockets.

Of course, embedded development is not restricted to the analysis of the inner workings of processors. In fact, the real challenges start when external interfaces and circuitry are also factored in to the equation. Through our range of Input/Output Module (IOM) Accessories, analogue and digital, as well as serial communication bus systems, such as CAN and LIN, can also be synchronously interleaved with program and data trace information. Thus, powerful insights can be garnered, not only with regard to the execution state of code, but through the entire software-hardware chain; from the issuing task on one processor, through the communication bus, and then out at the receiving task on a second processor.

Naturally all this technology is backed up by our support infrastructure, including online training and technical support to ensure that, whatever you’re building, it gets to market safe and on time.

Technical Data:
Supply Voltage

10.0V – 24.0V DC

Operating Temperature

10°C to 40°C


155 x 155 x 65 mm


0.8 kg

Communication interfaces to PC

USB 3.0, 10/100 Ethernet

Debug signal valid input voltage range

1.8V to 5.5V DC

Trace Buffer Size


Power consumption

< 15W

Supported Processor Architectures
  • Infineon TriCore™ and AURIX™
  • Power Architecture®
  • Renesas RH850
  • ARM® Cortex™-M, Cortex™-A and Cortex™-R
  • ... others
Document Description
iC5700 Brochure (1.93MB)

Get the insights you need on the iC5700, its features and capabilities.

BlueBox On-Chip Analyzer Overview (6.94MB)

If you want to know which of iSYSTEM’s BlueBox™ On-Chip Analyzers is best for your needs, this overview will provide the answers you’re looking for.

iC5700 Technical User Manual (2.26MB)

Download the full user manual for the iC5700, covering start-up, configuration and usage scenarios.

Ray Schnorr Contact