Segger J-Link debug for Zilog’s ZNEO32! family

July 08, 2016 // By Graham Prophet
Development tools maker SEGGER has introduced J-Link support for Zilog’s ZNEO32! Cortex-M3 based family of microcontroller units (MCUs). This includes support for debug, as well as Flash-based programming. Production line programming is also available via the SEGGER Flasher family.

J-Link is supported by all major IDEs - including IAR EWARM, Keil MDK, Rowley Crossworks, Segger’s own Embedded Studio and other Eclipse/GDB-based offerings. This gives Zilog developers flexibility in their choice of IDE with the download speed to RAM and Flash that J-Link technology provides.

“Our ZNEO32! is a perfect solution for motor applications. With Segger’s J-Link support of this high performance, low-power Cortex-M3 core, development from almost any IDE is made easy. Segger’s Embedded Studio and J-Link are a perfect match to our powerful Z32F384 (illustration) Evaluation Kit,” said Tom Ormiston, Tools Manager, at Zilog.