J-Link PLUS Compact
USB powered JTAG debug probe 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.
SEGGER J-Link PLUS Compact is used around the world in tens of thousand places for development and production (flash programming) purposes.
Get the SEGGER J-Link PLUS Compact debug probe: a compact version of the J-Link PLUS. Mounts securely & unobtrusively into development and end user equipment.
Based on 32-bit RISC CPU, it communicates at high speed with supported target CPUs.
Thanks to a small size with two mounting holes, it can be placed into existing equipment housings.
Space can also be reserved for direct-to-PCB mounting.
All major IDEs (Eclipse & GDB-based IDEs) support J-Link debug probes, as does SEGGER Embedded Studio. 500,000 J-Links have been shipped so far, making this probably the most popular debug probe on the market for Arm cores and the de-facto standard.
The SEGGER J-Link PLUS Compact has a built-in VCOM functionality and integrated licenses for unlimited breakpoints in flash memory, RDI/RDDI and J-Flash. It supports direct download into RAM and flash memory. It has a broad range of supported microcontrollers and CPUs.
- SEGGER J-Link PLUS Compact debug probe
- Micro USB cable
- 1" 20-pin ribbon cable (18 cm)
- Includes free software updates and one year of email support.
SEGGER J-Link debuggers are the most popular choice for optimizing the debugging and flash programming experience.
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