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J-Link BASE Classic

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Product information "J-Link BASE Classic"

Get the J-Link BASE Classic – the BASE version of the market leading debug probe family.

 

Other top models of the J-Link family are J-Link PRO, PLUS & ULTRA+. Powered by a USB, J-Link BASE supports a wide range of CPU cores and microcontrollers. Used worldwide for development and production (flash programming), it is based on a 32-bit RISC CPU and can communicate at high speed with supported target CPUs.

J-Link debug probes are supported by all major IDEs. These include GDB-based IDEs and SEGGER Embedded Studio. Take a look here to view the complete list of Supported IDEs.

 

Further Advantages
J-Link BASE Classic supports unlimited breakpoints in flash memory and has built-in VCOM functionality. It is also available in a compact version: the J-Link BASE Compact.
Including all models, more than 500,000 J-Links have been shipped so far, making J-Link probably the most popular debug probe for ARM cores and the de-facto standard.

 

Box Contents

  • J-Link Base Classic debug probe
  • .1" 20-pin ribbon cable (18 cm)

Includes free software updates and 1 (one) year of email support.

 

Additional Product Information on segger.com

Data sheet "J-Link BASE Classic"
Host Interface:USB
Software Features:Flash Download, GDB Server, Real-Time Transfer (RTT)
Target Interface:cJTAG, FINE, ICSP, JTAG, SWD, SWO
Supported Targets:ARM Cortex Cores, ARM legacy Cores, Microchip PIC32, Renesas RX, RISC-V , SiLabs 8051
Trace Interface:ETB Trace
Target Interface Speed:Standard (1 MB/s)
Sours: https://shop.segger.com/debug-trace-probes/debug-probes/j-link/j-link-base

J-Link BASE Compact

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Get the  J-Link BASE Compact : the compact, BASE version of SEGGER’s J-Link debug probe... more
Product information "J-Link BASE Compact"

Get the J-Link BASE Compact: the compact, BASE version of SEGGER’s J-Link debug probe family.

Other top models of the J-Link family are J-Link PRO, PLUS and Ultra+. Designed to mount securely and unobtrusively into development or end user equipment. Small in size and with two mounting holes, this means J-Link BASE Compact can be placed into existing equipment housings or reserve space for direct-to-PCB mounting.
Powered by USB, J-Link BASE is a JTAG debug probe that supports a wide range of CPU cores and microcontrollers. It is based on a 32-bit RISC CPU, with an ability to communicate at high speed with supported target CPUs. Worldwide, J-Link is used by the thousands for flash programming.
The J-Link debug probes are supported by all major IDEs including Eclipse, GDB-based IDEs and SEGGER Embedded Studio. For a complete list, please refer to Supported IDEs.
 
Including all models, more than 500,000 J-Links have been shipped so far, making J-Link probably the most popular debug probe for ARM cores and the de-facto standard.


Further Advantages
J-Link BASE Compact supports unlimited breakpoints in flash memory. It has built-in VCOM functionality.
J-Link BASE is available in two form factors with identical function:
J-Link BASE and J-Link BASE Compact.

Box Contents

  • J-Link BASE Compact debug probe
  • .1" 20-pin ribbon cable (18 cm)

Includes free software updates and 1 (one) year of email support.

Additional Product Information on segger.com

Data sheet "J-Link BASE Compact"
Host Interface:USB
Software Features:Flash Download, GDB Server, Real-Time Transfer (RTT)
Target Interface:cJTAG, FINE, ICSP, JTAG, SWD, SWO
Supported Targets:ARM Cortex Cores, ARM legacy Cores, Microchip PIC32, Renesas RX, RISC-V , SiLabs 8051
Trace Interface:ETB Trace
Target Interface Speed:Standard (1 MB/s)
Sours: https://shop.segger.com/debug-trace-probes/debug-probes/j-link/j-link-base-compact
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1 The download speeds listed here are the peak download speeds that can be achieved by the particular J-Link model. The actual download speed may be lower as it depends on various factors, such as, but not limited to: The selected debug interface & speed, the CPU core and its operating frequency, other devices in the JTAG chain in case JTAG is used as target interface.

4 Unlimited streaming trace allows to transmit trace in real-time to the PC . While traditional trace only allows to see and analyze the last xxx MiB of trace data, with streaming trace it is possible to have all data available. This allows extended debugging features like code coverage, CPU load analysis based on a function basis, ...

5 Max. sampling frequency is guaranteed for sampling one variable and for appropriate target interface speeds being selected (min. 1 MHz). Sampling more than one variable in parallel, may lead to a smaller max. sampling frequency. When this threshold of sampling frequency decrease is hit, depends on different factors (Number of variables to be sampled in parallel, size of each variable, selected target interface speed, ...)

6 Only limited by the bandwidth of the debug interface. Typical sampling frequency of one variable: > 10 kHz.

Sours: https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-link/models/model-overview/
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