Last updated: 25 July 2015
This page lists some of the Cortex-Mx and ARM7/9/11 boards that we have support for. There are others that are not listed, either because we consider the CPUs not to be a good choice for new designs, or because boards are difficult to obtain, or because we just haven't got round to updating this list yet. The pile of boards waiting for ports is becoming embarrassingly tall! If you do not see what you want, please contact us. We are available for custom installations.
If you not have used the Olimex boards before, we can recommend them. Olimex have a web shop.
|Kinetis K60||Freescale K60-512 TWR|
|Kinetis KL25||Freescale FRDM-KL25Z for KL14/15/24/25 MCUs|
|TI LM3S9Bx||Luminary EKK LM3S9B2|
|NXP LPC111x||Keil MCB1114|
|NXP LPC176x||Olimex LPC-1766STK|
|NXP LPC40xx||Code Red RDB4078|
|Nuvoton NUC120LE3AN||Nuvoton NUC120 Tiny board|
|STM32F0xx||STM32F072B Discovery board|
|STM32F1xx||STM32F103 Reva board|
|STM32F1xx||Olimex STM32-P107 board|
|STM32F4xx||ST STM32F4 Discovery board|
|Atmel AT91M40400||Atmel EB01 Eval Board|
|Atmel AT91M40807||Atmel EB40 Eval Board|
|Atmel AT91M55800A||Atmel EB55 Eval Board|
|Atmel AT91RM9200||AT91RM9200-EK Eval Kit|
|Atmel AT91SAM7X256||Atmel AT91SAM7X-EK|
|Cirrus CS89712||Cirrus CS89712 Eval Board - uses loader for services|
|NXP LPC2129||NMI LPC2129 Plug-an-ARM board|
|NXP LPC2138||Keil MCB2138 board|
|NXP LPC2148||Olimex LPC-P2148 board|
|NXP LPC2388||Keil MCB2388|
|NXP LPC2468||Olimex LPC-E2468|
|NXP LPC2468||MPE PB2468 PowerBoard|
|ST STR912Fxx||Hitex STR912 evaluation board|
Flashing and debugging with the Segger J-Link
Segger J-Link page.
From November 2013, the ARM/Cortex cross compilers for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X support direct programming of target Flash through a Segger J-Link unit.
Flash programming can be done automatically when compilation has finished. The J-Link is fast, simple to install and not expensive. The J-Link supports a vast range of ARM and Cortex devices.Apart from Flash programming, you can also set breakpoints and single step. This is all done from the interactive cross compiler console.
For Umbilical Forth users using the J-Link means that the only target resources required are a few bytes of RAM.
Our thanks to Chris Hills at Phaedrus Systems, who supply Segger
tools in the UK.
Phaedrus Systems Ltd. tel: 0808 1800 358 www.phaedsys.com email@example.com