IAR Systems I-jet – JTAG Debug Probe

IAR I-jet

IAR I-jet

A great debug tool from one of the greatest producer priced @ 250 Euro

  • Supports ARM7/ARM9/ARM11 and Cortex-M/R/A cores
  • Seamless integration into the IAR Embedded Workbench IDE
  • Fully plug-and-play compatible
  • Hi-speed USB 2.0 interface (480Mbps)
  • No power supply required, powered entirely by the USB port
  • Target power of up to 400mA can be supplied from I-jet with overload protection
  • Target power consumption can be measured with ~200µA resolution at 200kHz
  • JTAG and Serial Wire Debug (SWD) clocks up to 32MHz (no limit on the MCU clock speed)
  • Serial Wire Viewer (SWV) with UART and Manchester encoding
  • Support for SWO speeds of up to 60MHz
  • Embedded Trace Buffer (ETB) support
  • Download speed of up to 1MByte/sec
  • Automatic core recognition
  • Support for multiple JTAG devices with automatic chain detection and graphical display
  • Direct download into flash memory of most popular microcontrollers
  • Support for JTAG adaptive clocking (RTCK)
  • Automatic JTAG/SWD detection
  • JTAG voltage measurement and monitoring
  • Supports target voltage range from 1.65V to 5V
  • Standard MIPI-20 and MIPI-10 JTAG cables are included
  • ARM-20 (0.1in x 0.1in) JTAG adapter is included

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