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Atmel SAM-ICE with LPC2294?

Posted by Geza Balazs on December 10, 2010
Hi all,
I have an Atmel SAM-ICE JTAG interface, an I am planning to invest in an LPC2294 development board (http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail&name=568-1757-ND). I do not want to buy the programmer/emulator because it seems to be of the same pinout for both headers (2x10 standard ARM). Has anybody tried to configure such a chip with an Atmel SAM-ICE? Is it possible to use my JTAG programmer with this board?

RE: Atmel SAM-ICE with LPC2294?

Posted by Dave on December 10, 2010
I think the SAM ICE is basically just a J-Link, but you might find it has been crippled to stop it working with anything except Atmel devices. I don't know definitely as I have never tried it, but it would not surprise me.

RE: Atmel SAM-ICE with LPC2294?

Posted by Geza Balazs on December 10, 2010
Yeah, that's what I'm afraid of, too. I can use it with IAR and standard J-Link software of Segger with AT91SAM7 devices, so it must be a J-Link stuff definitely.
Can you advise a J-Link device that can access all ARM processors for sure with IAR? Maybe IAR's own J-Link?

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