Black Magic Probe V2.3 is a JTAG and SWD Adapter with a built-in GDB server used for programming and debugging ARM Cortex MCUs. Its the best friend of any ARM microcontroller developer.
All proceeds from BMP hardware sales go directly into the continued development, maintenance and support of the Open-Source Black Magic Debug project.
Black Magic Probe gets rid of intermediate programs like OpenOCD or STLink server. This makes the operation faster and more reliable. You just open your GNU Debugger (GDB) and select the virtual com port offered by BMP23 as your extended remote target. For a full description and how-to visit the project website.
- Wide target IO voltage range support, 1.7 V up to 5 V, thanks to VREF referenced level shifters
- Power switch allowing supply of 3.3 V to the target through the VREF pin
- Standard ARM-Cortex 0.05' pitch 10pin debug connector
- Aux UART capable of up to 2 MBaud
- Small size (4 x 2 x 1 cm) (1.3 x 0.6 x 0.45'), saving space in your field kit and allowing the use of the debugger in very tight spaces and enclosures
- Jumpers allowing the connection of the UART TX/RX pins to the JTAG/SWD connector resulting in a 'Unified debug' connector
- TraceSWO UART, decoding hardware support
- 16 MByte on board flash
- AUX connector for accessories
- Mechanical layout allowing easier use of enclosures and mounting into bigger systems. For example: automated pogopin test equipment, automated Hardware In The Loop (HITL) Continous Integration (CI) systems
- Improved layout, allowing further improvement of the Black Magic Debug firmware reliability and speed using hardware protocol acceleration
- 1x Black Magic Probe Mini V2.3 (BMP23)
- 1x JTAG Ribbon Cable
- 1x 0.1' Header Serial Cable
- 1x 10-pin ARM Cortexto7-pin Adapter
- 1x UART 0.1' Cable
- 70 x 17 mm (1.3 x 0.6 in)
- 3.6 g (0.128 oz)