My arduino nano 33ble dead for some reason. Can burn bootlodaer and revive with this debugger. Just choose from native arduino IDE Tools > Programmer > ARM CMSIS-DAP Compatible and Tools > Burn Bootloader
May 27, 2020
Thanks for the great open source hardware and software!
I've been using this debugger for programming and debugging my Arduino Nano 33 BLE and SAMD boards. It's now one of my essential tools for working with microcontrollers. I'll definitely be buying another as soon as life returns to some semblance of normality.
To respond to the previous reviewers, my debugger came with the USB micro connector you wished for. I would have been perfectly happy with a mini, but micro is fine by me too.
I own several logic probes, this caught my eye as a compact, straightforward and clean design - plus it's re-programmable! It is a pleasure to use and operates exactly as advertised. Logic probes are great for quick debugging before it's time to pull out the 'scope. Recommended!
Aug. 8, 2017
An amazing litte SWD debug adapter for Cortex-M cores
The CMSIS-DAP adapter can, on lower demands, replace the partly quite expensive JTAG/SWD debug-adapters from Keil, Segger, ... very good. It run's a bit slower, supports only SWD, but is much cheaper. I have tested this CMSIS-DAP adapter with multiple Cortex-M boards and am thrilled - extremely small, only 10 US-$ and sufficient functionality & performance. And in comparison of size unbeatable. The only small drawback: the mini-USB connection - unfortunately no micro-USB ...
I was successfully able to use this debugger in conjunction with EDBG (https://github.com/ataradov/edbg) to program an ATSAMD21 part. Everything worked like a charm! My only gripe is with the USB mini connector. USB mini cables are hard to come by nowadays. A USB micro connector would've been much better.