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USB Multilink Universal: Debugging NXP LPC54608J512 MCU
Vladimir I. Feb 26, 2018 at 11:01 AM (11:01 hours)
Staff: Johnny N.

  • Hi, 
    I'm trying to use USB Multilink Universal to debug LPC54608J512 MCU from NXP on the MCUXpresso IDE.
    It doesn't work - I get the message in the MCUXpresso IDE:
    "The hardware interface that you are using does not support NXP processors".

    I have updated firmware with the P&E Utility, but it doesn't help.

    While updating I choose ARM architecture and it says I have "Multilink Universal Rev B (PE5655583) (ARM Configuration)" Device.

    The qustion is: can I use USB Multilink Universal to debug and program LPC54608J512 in NXP MCUXpresso IDE?



  • Vladimir,

    Which revision of the USB Multilink do you have?


  • Hi Johnny,

    Please look again in my original message - "While updating I choose ARM architecture and it says I have "Multilink Universal Rev B (PE5655583) (ARM Configuration)" Device."

    So I have Revision B.
    Please let me know if it possible to flash and debug with it LPC54608J512 MCU from NXP.
    Because I need to start developing a project as soon as possible.
    If Multilink Universal Rev B doesn't support LPC Serie von NXP, then I'll look for another solution, e.g. from Segger.


  • Hi, thank you for the answer.

    Can I use for debugging and flashing of NXP LPC54608J512 the USB Multilink ACP instead?


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