J-Link EDU Base Programmer

1 pc(s)
PGM-02872

$119.00

The J-Link line of JTAG programmers from Segger is well known for their top of the line debuggers. A low-cost J-Link for educational purposes, the J-Link EDU is identical to J-Link BASE and offers the same functionality. It has been designed to allow students and educational facilities as...
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The J-Link line of JTAG programmers from Segger is well known for their top of the line debuggers. A low-cost J-Link for educational purposes, the J-Link EDU is identical to J-Link BASE and offers the same functionality. It has been designed to allow students and educational facilities as well as hobbyists access to top of the line debug probe technology. The J-Link EDU is a great option for those getting started with JTAG/SWD programming and debugging, but want a bit more power than the EDU Mini.

With a USB port on one end, and a 20-pin JTAG connector on the other end, just plug in the included cable and connect to your favorite ARM board, or just connect the pins you need, to get started.

Note: This unit is for Educational and Home Hobby Use Only. Please be sure that you agree to these terms before purchasing: Terms of use. If you require commercial use, please check out our related products for other programmers such as the J-Link BASE Compact.

Includes:

  • J-Link EDU Programmer
  • 0.1" 20-pin ribbon cable
  • USB cable

Features:

  • Unlimited Breakpoints
  • Free Software updates
  • Supports concurrent access to CPU by multiple applications
  • Crossplatform support (Windows, Linux, macOS)
    • Linux and Mac versions are limited to J-Link Commander, command line GDBServer, shared library (DLL equivalent)
  • Size: 100mm x 53mm x 27mm
  • Weight: 70g
  • Target Interface Voltage: 1.2V ... 5V
  • Target Supply Voltage: 4.5V ... 5V (if powered with 5V on USB)
  • JTAG speed: Max 15MHz
  • SWO sampling frequency: Max 30MHz
  • Data input rise time and fall time: <=20ns
  • Data output rise time and fall time: <=10ns
  • Clock rise time and fall time: <=3ns

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