Raspberry Pi Debug Probe USB-to-debug Kit 3.3V | Solderless Debug Probe with one serial processor debug interface and one UART interface

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🔌 Raspberry Pi Debug Probe Kit consists of a debug sample hardware, USB cable, and three types of debug cables. This product is designed for easy debugging and programming of Raspberry Pi Pico and RP2040 with any traditional host platforms.
🔌Even though it was mainly developed for Raspberry Pi products, our product also offers standard UART and CMSIS-DAP interfaces via USB, so you can use it with other processors. It can even be used simply as a USB-to-UART cable.
🔌 It is based on the Raspberry Pi Pico hardware and runs with the open-source software Raspberry Pi Picoprobe. It's easy to keep the device up-to-date with the latest firmware, as it's updated in the same way as the Raspberry Pi Pico firmware.
🔌 The Debugging Probe Kit is a great choice that provides you with everything you need when it comes to debugging. The kit contains a lot of necessary hardware and cables.

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Our debug probe kit is an indispensable tool for developers and engineers working on embedded systems, as it allows debugging and programming hardware in real time, making it easier to detect and fix problems in the system.

Technical data:

Form Factor: 22mm × 32mm
Nominal I/O voltage: 3.3V
Operating temperature: -20°C to +70°C

  • High quality plastic housing
  • USB cable
  • Three debug cables:
    • - 3-pin JST male to 3-pin JST male cable
    • - 3-pin JST male to 0.1 inch header (female)
    • - 3-pin JST male to 0.1 inch header (male)
  • USB to two-wire bridge for serial debugging (Arm Serial Wire Debug is supported by default)
  • USB to UART bridge
  • Compatible with CMSIS DAP standard
  • Works with OpenOCD and other tools that support CMSIS-DAP
  • Conforms to the Raspberry Pi 3-pin debug connector specification

Additional information:
This product should be used in a well-ventilated environment, firmly secured or placed on a stable surface, and should not come into contact with conductive objects.

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Widely used in industries such as automotive, aerospace and telecommunications where reliable and efficient embedded systems are critical.

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