Proteus VSM for Basic Stamp contains everything you need to develop, test and virtually prototype your embedded system designs based around the popular Basic Stamp series of microcontrollers. The unique nature of schematic based microcontroller simulation with Proteus facilitates rapid, flexible and parallel development of both the system hardware and the system firmware. This design synergy allows engineers to evolve their projects more quickly, empowering them with the flexibility to make hardware or firmware changes at will and reducing the time to market. Proteus VSM is discussed in more detail here.
Each purchase of the Proteus VSM products includes a professional copy of the ISIS schematic capture package, the VSM simulation engine with industrial grade virtual instrumentation and literally thousands of embedded peripheral models (Nytt vindu). The system can be further upgraded by adding graph based simulation and PCB layout modules.
- BS1, BS2
- BS2e, BS2sx, BS2p24, BS2p40, BS2pe
- The entire command set, including the extended commands of the 2p series.
- Scratch RAM read and write.
- Multi-slot programs
- Pseudo interrupts using the POLLx commands.
- Auxillary I/O capability of the 40 pin, BS2p40 device.
- The complete SERIN/SEROUT formatter list.
- BS2 DEBUG command and the internal UART for serial communications.
- Internally generated processor clock for performance. Event timing accurate to one clock period.
- Built-in tokenizer - no need to run a separate compiler, just attached your BASIC source file to the schematic part and then press play.
- Provides internal consistency checks on code (e.g. execution of invalid op-codes, illegal memory accesses, stack overflow checking, etc.).
- more... Fully integrated in to the VSM source level debugging system.
VSM Virtual Stampworks is a set of Proteus VSM sample designs corresponding with the Stampworks Experimenters kit from Parallax™.
Proteus VSM For BASIC Stamp supports a wide range of industry-standard compilers and tools. More information on supported compilers can be found here.