DIPDAP-LPC11U35

The DIPDAP is a debug probe based on the NXP LPC11U35, supported by the DAPLink project. It provides drag and drop programming to a various target MCUs, CMSIS-DAP interface for debugging and UART. All broken out to 2.54mm headers.

If you'd rather use a 10-pin Cortex connector without UART ability check out our identical SWDAP programmer.

NOTE : this is a debug probe only. It is not a platform that contains a target MCU

Overview

This debug probe is supported by the DAPLink project.

For a overview of DAPLink, please refer to the handbook page

To find out more about the DAPLink firmware, see the GitHub page at :

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Reprogramming DIPDAP

When a new DIPDAP is plugged in to your machine, it will not contain valid any firmware, and so will appear as a disk drive called "CRP Disabled" as.

To progam the DIPDAP, follow these steps:

You can re-program your DIPDAP at any time by plugging it in with the button held down. This will cause it to appear as the "CRP Disabled" drive, at which point you can follow the steps above.

Using DIPDAP

To use the DIPDAP, simply connect to your host machine with a micro-USB cable, and to the target system using the 2.54mm headers (SWCLK, SWDIO, nRST, 3.3V, GND). If you wish to use the extra UART capabilities of the DIPDAP connect to the target system the 2.54mm headers (TX_TGT, RX_TGT), this will allow debug and testing.

Where to buy

Schematics

The DIPDAP is an open hardware design delivered as part of the mbed-HDK

The mbed-HDK can be found on GitHub, along with release notes and documentation.

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