JTAGbox is a standard ARM JTAG debugger in a heavy metal case for professional use. It is based on OpenOCD and FTDI’s serial protocol converter chip, widely used for On-Chip debugging and In-System Programming as a quasi standard. Input and output are galvanically decoupled. – So, maximum safety is inherently provided for your precious prototypes. The case is supported by rubber bed-plates and heavy enough, that it will not slip away all the time, like other cheap JTAG debuggers do. The JTAGbox provides a standard 20pins ARM JTAG connector as well as a Mini-USB cable. Together with the popular free and open source debugging software OpenOCD, it works perfectly not only with our own ARM based boards but also with many other ARM cores like ARM7, ARM9, ARM11, Cortex A8 and A9, and Cortex M series. Four LED’s provide complete control about input and output powering as well as data sending/receiving.
You will download our bundled installer software for Windows 64bit and 32bit that automatically installs all necessary software and drivers on your computer. The JTAGbox is also used on LINUX machines, where you typically install OpenOCD 0.8.0 and the configuration files manually.
Here the technical facts again:
- heavy duty metal case
- galvanic decoupling of input and output circuitry
- not slipping away due to it’s own weight
- power LED’s for each input and output
- LED’s for input and output data sent
- standard 20 pins ARM JTAG connector
- Mini-B USB connector and cable
The JTAGbox has a standard 20 pin JTAG connector for female headers. The PC side is connected using a Mini-B USB cable.
More information / supported devices:
Detailed description on our website https://bitrelle.wordpress.com/jtagbox/
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