IAR Systems has announced the availability of I-jet, a new in-circuit debugging probe that can be used in conjunction with Embedded Workbench for ARM, IAR C/C++ compiler and debugger tool suite.
I-jet provides download speeds of up to 1 MB per second, JTAG and Serial Wire Debug (SWD) clocking at up to 32 MHz (no limit on the MCU clock speed), and Serial Wire Output (SWO) frequencies of up to 60 MHz. I-jet probe is powered by USB and can also power the target board (Up to 400mA) and measure the power consumption accuratly (200 uA @ 200khz). The probe is plug-and-play, and supports automatic core recognition, and direct download into the flash memory.
I-Jet supports ARM7, ARM9, ARM11, ARM Cortex-M, ARM Cortex-R4, and ARM Cortex-A5/A8/A9 cores. Serial Wire Viewer (SWV), Embedded Trace Buffer (ETB) and JTAG adaptive clocking are supported and all JTAG signals can be monitored.
The probe comes with a 19-pin fine-pitch cable, standard MIPI-20 and MIPI-10 JTAG cables, an ARM-20 (0.1in x 0.1in) JTAG adapter and a USB cable (Standard A-to-Micro B).
IAR Systems USA uploaded an video providing an overview and showcasing the I-jet debugging probe with an STM32 based development kit (STM32L152)
IAR Systems I-jet is available now for 250 Euros or 299 USD and can be purchased through IAR Systems’ offices, distributors, and e-shop.
You can visit iar.com/ijet for more information.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.