The ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer connects to a PC's USB or Ethernet port and supports a data transmission speed of 200 to 800 kBytes per second. The Ethernet port can be used to permit remote debugging.
The ARM JTAG In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer can also be purchased without any software.
Completely non-intrusive, this ARM In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer from Embest communicates with the ARM CPU core via JTAG using the ARM's boundary scan pins. The ARM emulator uses no target memory and requires no porting of code to the target system.
The In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer provides you with complete control of the target ARM processor -- you can start and stop real-time code execution; single-step through code; read from and write to registers, memory, and system I/O; and download code to target RAM.
With its capability to read and program both ARM microcontroller on-chip Flash and external on-board Flash memories, this emulator double functions as a JTAG Flash programmer.
Download IDE User Manual (PDF file, 6.5MB) Download Flash Programmer User Manual (Windows Help File (.chm), 430kB) Download ARM JTAG In-Circuit Debugger and Programmer User Manual (Adobe Acrobat file (.pdf), 1.5MB)
Note: This In-Circuit Debugger can not be used standalone. For in-circuit debugging, it requires that you have a target board with an ARM-based microcontroller and a JTAG connector. See the ARM Boards category for target boards that we have available.
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