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KEIL ULINK2 Debug Adapter

The ULINK2 debug unit connects your PC’s USB port to your target system (via a JTAG, Cortex Debug, or OCDS connector). It allows you to program and debug your applications on target hardware.  ULINK2, together with Arm Keil MDK, provides excellent debug capabilities for Cortex-M devices. You can control the processor, set breakpoints, and read/write memory contents, all while the processor is running at full speed.

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Features

A ULINK debug adapter allows you to debug, trace and analyze embedded programs running on the target hardware. All ULINK adapters enable you to:

  • Download programs to your target hardware.
  • Examine memory and registers.
  • Single-step through programs and insert multiple breakpoints.
  • Run programs in real-time.
  • Program Flash memory.
  • Connect to a target via JTAG or Serial Wire Debug (SWD).
  • Debug Arm Cortex-M devices on-the-fly.
  • Examine trace information from Armv7-M and Armv8-M devices.

Wide target voltage range

2.7V – 5.5V

Connectivity

USB 2.0 high-speed connection

Target Connectivity

Data trace for Cortex-M up to 1 Mbit/s (UART mode) JTAG clock speed up to 10 MHz Supports Cortex-M devices running at up to 200 MHz Memory read/write up to 28 KBytes/s

Power

USB powered (no power supply required)

Target Connectors

10-pin (0.05″) – Cortex Debug Connector 20-pin (0.10″) – Arm Standard JTAG Connector

Device Support

ULINK2 connects to a wide variety of processor targets, including Arm7, Arm9, all Cortex-M, 8051, and C166 devices.

Debug Interface Support

JTAG support for Arm7, Arm9, 8051, C166, and all Cortex-M processors. Serial Wire Debug (SWD) support for all Cortex-M processors. Serial Wire Viewer (SWV) support for all Cortex-M processors.

Run/stop Debugging Features

Download programs to your target hardware. Examine memory and registers. Single-step through programs and insert multiple breakpoints. Run programs in real-time. Program Flash memory.