PEmicro offers debug probes that enable communication between your PC and target device for in-circuit debugging or programming. Our USB Multilink and USB Multilink FX products work with a variety of ARM Cortex devices, as well as many 8-/16-/32-bit NXP architectures. The USB Multilink FX is a high-speed version, which is also able to provide power to the target and supports some legacy devices. Compatible software is easy to find, as Multilinks work with a broad range of popular third-party ARM IDEs. Together these Multilinks provide the user with a variety of options in terms of budget and features.
To the right is a video which gives an overview of our Multilink debug probes. It explains the differences in device support and features between the models.
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The USB Multilink FX is a high-speed, all-in-one debug probe which allows a PC access to the Background Debug Mode (BDM) or JTAG/SWD interface.
Supported Devices: The USB Multilink FX supports ARM Cortex-M devices from several manufacturers. It also supports 8-/16-/32-bit devices from NXP (and STMicroelectronics). Note that the USB Multilink FX includes support for some legacy device families that the USB Multilink does not. See the support guide below.
The USB Multilink is a series of all-in-one debug probes which allow a PC access to the Background Debug Mode (BDM) or JTAG/SWD interface.
Supported Devices: USB Multilink debug probes support ARM Cortex-M devices from several manufacturers. They may also support 8-/16-/32-bit devices from NXP (and STMicroelectronics). See the support guide below.
The USB Multilink platform includes two part numbers. One part number supports ARM Cortex devices only, and the other supports ARM Cortex devices as well as a variety of 8-/16-/32-bit NXP devices. See below for an exact listing:
Architectures supported by USB_MULTILINK_UNIVERSAL & USB_MULTILINK_UNIVERSAL_FX
PEmicro's Multilink and Multilink FX models are part of our Multilink Trade-In Program and can be traded in to reduce the cost of replacing your Multilink or upgrading to a better model. Have an older Multilink which doesn't support your latest device or isn't in good condition? Trade it in for a discount.