Emulation Header Support Information

Emulation headers require specific MPLAB® X IDE versions and debug tools to operate. Acquire these before purchasing an emulation header, in an emulation extension pak (EEP). Available EEPs are listed here: Emulation Header List.

To proceed to setting up emulation header hardware, click this link: Emulation Header Hardware Setup

Contact Customer Support for issues with emulation headers.

Software Support

Emulation headers are supported on MPLAB® X IDE v1.90 and greater.

Tool Support

Emulation headers are supported on the following tools:

  • PICkit™ 3 in-circuit debugger
  • MPLAB® ICD 3 in-circuit debugger
  • MPLAB® REAL ICE in-circuit emulator

Note: Not all features are supported on all tools.

Customer Support

Users of Microchip products can receive assistance through several channels:

  • Distributor or Representative
  • Local Sales Office
  • Field Application Engineer (FAE)
  • Technical Support

Technical support is available through the web site at: http://support.microchip.com
Documentation errors or comments may be sent to: moc.pihcorcim|srorrecod#moc.pihcorcim|srorrecod.

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