J-Link V9 USB ARM Programmer Debugger Emulator
Doing some serious development on any ARM-based platform? This professional JTAG/SWD HW debugger can make debugging more of a pleasure and less of a pain. It allows you to program your devices at the click of a button, read or write memory addresses or registers on a live system, temporarily halt program execution at a given location or condition, and much more. Essentially, it's a direct window into what's going on inside your MCU at any given moment, giving you a level of access and control that's not easy to replicate with other debugging methods.
- ISupported CPUs: Any ARM7/9/11, Cortex-A5/A8/A9, Cortex-M0/M1/M3/M4, Cortex-R4, RX610, RX621, RX62N, RX62T, RX630, RX631, RX63N. It supports both JTAG (ARM7/9/11) and SWD (ARM Cortex), and has you covered for any core: ARM7/9/11, Cortex-A5/A8/A9, Cortex-M0/M0+/M1/M3/M4, Cortex-R4
- Download speed up to 800 Kbytes/second
- Supports most major IDEs, including Keil, IAR Atmel Studio, Crossworks for ARM
- Supports unlimited breakpoints in flash memory1
- Crossplatform support (runs on Windows, Linux, Mac OS X)4
- Production flash programming software (J-Flash) available
- Supports multiple target interfaces: JTAG, SWD
- Supports SWV/SWO (Serial Wire Viewer / Serial wire output)
- Wide target voltage range: 1.2V - 3.3V, 5V tolerant
- Fully plug and play compatible
- No power supply required, powered through USB
- All JTAG signals can be monitored, target voltage can be measured
- Target power supply: J-Link can supply up to 300 mA to target with overload protection
- It's USB based and uses a high-speed MCU internally, not an FTDI convertor like most low cost debugger. More debugging, less waiting!
- It's toolchain, IDE and vendor neutral, so you only need to buy one tool for all of your ARM needs and be done with it forever:
- Support GDB-based debugging and flash programming on Linux, Windows and the Mac via the free GDB Server
- It includes flash-programming algorithms for most MCUs, and the manufacturer is very pro-active about updating their drivers to support the newest chipsets.
- It just works, and keeps on working, and it'll be there for you in several years time.
- The J-Link is fast. Stepping through breakpoints and reading memory addresses is quick, as is programming the flash memory on the chips. It's real strength, though, is that it's so vendor and tool neutral. Most chip vendors today provde low cost (or free) tools, but they also lock you into their chips and force you to accept the choice they've made for you. J-Link is a nice change in that respect, since you can be reasonably certain it will work with any chip, in any major toolchain, and you're free to change camp (or OS or IDE) without having to buy a new debugger every time.
- 1 x JLINK V9 Programmer Debugger come with 9.4 firmware
- 1 x The 2.54 mm 20 Pin Target Connection FRC Cable
- 1 x USB cable