This educational package provides a J-Link with a license for Flash Breakpoints. It may not be used to develop commercial products. The J-Link EDU may be used by students or individuals for educational purposes only. The license for this product does not allow any use for commercial (for-profit) product development.
J-Link EDU Programmer/Debugger Overview The J-Link EDU is supported natively by IAR EWARM, KEIL ÁVision, Rowley Crossworks, and CodeSourcery G++. Via GDB-Server, the supported toolchains also include Atollic TrueStudio, Yagarto, and other GDB-based or compatible development environments.
The Flash Breakpoints option allows you to set an unlimited number of breakpoints within a device's internal Flash memory. Debugging limitations inherited by the number of hardware breakpoints (2 on ARM7/9; 4 on Cortex-M0 and typically 6 on Cortex-M3) are completely removed.
J-Link EDU is sold to private persons, colleges, schools, universities and NPOs (Non-Profit Organizations) for educational purposes only. It is not sold to companies. Sale to private persons is limited to one unit per person. We reserve the right to deny this offer to anyone if there is doubt that it will be used only for educational purposes.
- directly or indirectly in or for a profit-making organization or for business purposes or for any other undertaking intended for profit
- directly or indirectly in any other commercial environment (e.g. in an office)
- to develop, debug, program or manufacture a commercial product or parts thereof
- either to earn money or reasonably anticipate the receipt of monetary gain from its use.
For clarification purposes: A student using the J-Link EDU directly or indirectly in a business or profit organization (e.g. company) is considered a violation of the scope of this agreement. A professional programmer may use J-Link EDU for personal interests at home. The important point is that it is not used for commercial purposes or on commercial premises.
J-Link is a USB powered JTAG emulator supporting a large number of CPU cores.
Based on a 32-bit RISC CPU, it can communicate at high speed with the supported target CPUs. J-Link is used around the world in tens of thousand places for development and production (flash programming) purposes.
You can develop your own applications to utilize the entire functionality of J-Link with the J-Link Windows SDK (see below).
- Supported CPUs: Any ARM7, ARM9, ARM11, Cortex-A5, Cortex-A8, Cortex-M0, Cortex-M1, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4, Cortex-R4, Renesas RX series microcontroller
- Serial Wire Debug (SWD) support
- Serial Wire Viewer (SWV) support
- Automatic core recognition
- JTAG speed up to 12 MHz
- Download speed up to 720 Kbytes/second (ARM7 @ 50 MHz, 12MHz JTAG speed)
- Seamless integration into the IAR Embedded Workbench IDE
- No power supply required, powered through USB
- Support for adaptive clocking
- All JTAG signals can be monitored, target voltage can be measured
- Support for multiple devices
- Fully plug and play compatible
- Standard 20-pin JTAG connector
- Wide target voltage range: 1.2V - 3.3V, 5V tolerant
- USB and 20-pin ribbon cable included
- Memory viewer (J-Mem) included
- Embedded Trace Buffer (ETB) support
- TCP/IP server included, which allows using J-Link via TCP/IP networks
- Target power supply: J-Link can supply up to 300 mA to target with overload protection
- Optional RDI interface available, which allows using J-Link with RDI compliant software
- Optional Flash programming software (J-Flash) available
- Optional Flash DLL available, which allows using flash functionality in custom applications
- Optional Software Developer Kit (SDK) available
- Optional Adapters available for 14-pin ARM, 14-pin TI OMAP, 9-pin and 19-pin Cortex-M, and Renesas RX micros
- Optional Optical isolation adapter available
Download J-Link Documentation
Ships from: USA
Lead time: In stock
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