Emulator Communication with the Target

The emulator communicates with the target via configurations in the following sections:

PodDamage.jpg CAUTION
Emulator or Target Damage.
Do not change hardware connections while the pod or target is powered.

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Potential Electrical Hazard.
If your application uses AC line or high voltage power not referenced to ground, you should use an isolation circuit and the MPLAB® REAL ICE™ Isolator unit (AC244005).
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