6-Pin Legged TC2030 Plug-of-Nails programming cable for use with ARM Cortex processors.
This special cable has a 6-pin TC2030 Tag-Connector and a 10-pin ribbon and ribbon connector. It mates with the FTSH-105 style micro-headers used for Cortex Debug Connector; as found in debuggers such as the Keil ULINK-2.
See also the TC2030-CTX-NL “No Legs” version of the cable with footprint that saves over 66% of the board space needed by typical FTSH-105 micro headers!
For traditional ARM solutions using the 20-pin header as found on the Segger J-LINK, see the TC2050-ARM2010 adapter used with TC2050-IDC (-NL) cables.
WARNING for ATMEL-ICE users: The Atmel-ICE has it’s header pin numbers reversed (standard pin 1 is Atmel ICE’s pin 10). To use our cable with Atmel’s reversed pin-number header you’ll either need to cut off the ribbon connector locating lug and plug it in reversed, or select the LEMTA version with the 10-pin connector fitted backwards. If you plug in a standard (correct) Cortex cable you’re going to short power and stuff out.
Note: Cable only supplied, Keil’s ULINK2 debugger and Tag-Connect Demo PCB shown for illustrative use – not included with the cable!
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