iC7pro BlueBox

The iC7pro BlueBox is a next-generation platform designed for efficient flashing, debugging, tracing and testing of an embedded system.

Through a low-level debug connection, a deep insight and control of the SoC is provided right from power-on reset.

Technical Data:
Communication interfaces to PC

USB 3.0, 10/100/1000 Ethernet


170 mm x 170 mm x 45 mm (L x V x H)

Debug signal valid input voltage range

1.8 - 5.0 V (max. 5.5 V)

Debug performance

up to 120MHz (depending on a protocol and target design)

Trace support

On-Chip trace buffer, Parallel and Sampling Trace

Trace Bandwidth

up to 500 MHz in parallel mode



Supported Microcontroller Architecture
  • Infineon Aurix™
  • Power Architecture®
  • Renesas RH850
  • Arm® Cortex™-M, Cortex™-A and Cortex™-R
  • RISC-V
  • ... others


In addition to iC7mini BlueBox features:

Real-time analysis

Hardware design

  • Parallel streaming trace
  • High-frequency sampling trace allows RTOS tracing even on devices without a trace port or on-chip-trace-buffer capability
  • High bandwidth on-chip-buffer trace pump
  • Analysis methods:
    • Code, Data and Instrumentation Trace
    • Program and RTOS Profiling
    • Structural Coverage
  • Improved tolerance for poor ECU designs and electrical disturbances
  • integration in Continuous Integration test racks
  • USB PD power supply ensuring ease of use


For other details and a comparison table refer to the iC7 BlueBox Debugger family Comparison table.


mDIO port

The mDIO port provides four digital signals, which can interact with the embedded target. Each can be configured either for input or output operation. You can use it as input trigger, hardware watchdog disable, GPIO pin toggling, HIL control, and Synchronous observing.


SDK Support

All iC7pro SoC and mDIO interfaces are fully controllable via winIDEA SDK and and can be used as means of measurement or control in test automation.