CMSIS-DAP compliant debugger based on a free and open hardware and softwareDesigned by Alex Taradov in United States of America
Note: The listing was updated for a USB Type-C version. This version is functionally identical to the Micro-USB version, but it eliminates current limiting resistors on the outputs. This should not a…Read More…
Note: The listing was updated for a USB Type-C version. This version is functionally identical to the Micro-USB version, but it eliminates current limiting resistors on the outputs. This should not affect most use cases.
Note: I removed international shipping, since it is very expensive and time consuming. If you just need any debugger, consider using Raspberry Pi Pico with a firmware binary from here. You will get the same exact behaviour as with this tool. If you want a small debugger, consider building your own. Gerber and firmware files are available. The same Pi Pico can be used to program the bootloader into the SAM D11
This is an ARM CMSIS-DAP compliant debugger based on the Free-DAP software. The hardware is based on Atmel SAM D11 MCU.
The debugger is compatible with any ARM CMSIS-DAP tools. This includes edbg, OpenOCD, IAR and Keil, for example. Note that Atmel Studio is not supported.
The board is shipped with USB-DFU bootloader (source code is are available here).
The board can also be used as a small form-factor, general-purpose development kit for Atmel SAM D11 MCU.
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