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embedded:j-link_tagconnect_swd_adapter [2017/07/19 15:49]
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embedded:j-link_tagconnect_swd_adapter [2018/03/01 14:27]
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 As you can see, the board contains selectable 1117-style 3.3V/0.3A LDO, as well as all JTAG pins placed conveniently on a header, which may be nice to have. Heck, you can even ignore the TagConnect and use the board as a PSU + debug interface. As you can see, the board contains selectable 1117-style 3.3V/0.3A LDO, as well as all JTAG pins placed conveniently on a header, which may be nice to have. Heck, you can even ignore the TagConnect and use the board as a PSU + debug interface.
  
-EDIT: After taking my TagConnect cables out of a dusty box, I found out that I have RJ12 versions. This board is upgraded. Now it contains RJ12 along with IDC socket.+EDIT: After taking my TagConnect cables out of a dusty shoebox, I found out that I have RJ12 versions. This board is upgraded. Now it contains RJ12 along with IDC socket. 
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 +EDIT 2: The board has now external power. To enable the power permanently,​ follow this procedure (probably Windows only): 
 +  * Connect J-Link to the PC via USB 
 +  * Start J-Link Commander (JLink.exe) 
 +  * Enter the "power on perm" command without quotes to enable target power by default. 
embedded/j-link_tagconnect_swd_adapter.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/01 15:17 by lubos