IAR CC Debugger and Programmer

IAR CC Debugger and Programmer
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Tags: IAR Programmer, IAR Debugger, ZigBee Programmer, Bluetooth Programmer, Debugger, CC Debugger, Smart RF Studio

This is IAR CC Debugger and Programmer that is primarily used for debugging and programming the flash on CCxxxx 8051-based System-on-Chip (SoC) devices from Texas Instruments. The PC tools available for these purposes are the SmartRF™ Flash Programmer from Texas Instruments and IAR Embedded Workbench® for 8051 from IAR Systems. When connected to the debugger, the SoC devices can be controlled directly from SmartRF™ Studio.
SmartRF Studio will also be able to control supported CCxxxx RF transceivers (CC2520, CC112x, and CC11xL) when they are connected to the debugger as explained in chapter 6.3. In addition, CC Debugger is used for configuring the CC85xx devices with PurePath Wireless Configurator.
The target connector, located on the lateral side of the debugger, is a 10-pin 2x5 2.54 mm pitch connector with a direction coded plastic guide. Suggested matching (male) surface mounted headers would be
95278-101A10LF from FCI or BB02-HP from GradConn.

Input Voltage: 1.8V ~ 3.6V
Operating Temperature: 0°C  ~ 85°C
Pin Number: 10 Pin
Operating Systems: Microsoft® Windows® 2000, Windows XP SP2/SP3 (32 bit versions), Windows Vista® (32 & 64 bit), Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit)

CC-Debugger can be used to program and debug the following 8051-based system-on-chips from Texas Instruments:
CC1110, CC1111
CC2430, CC2431
CC2510, CC2511
CC2530, CC2531, CC2533
CC2540, CC2541
CC2543, CC2544, CC2545

It is possible to control the same devices from SmartRF Studio. In addition, CC-Debugger can control the following transceivers from SmartRF Studio:
CC1120, CC1121, CC1125, CC1175
CC1100, CC1101, CC110L, CC113L, CC115L
CC2500, CC2520

It can also be used to program the PurePath Wireless devices:
CC8520, CC8521
CC8530, CC8531

The CC Debugger works with IAR EW8051 version 7.51A or later.

GND: Ground
Target Voltage Sense
DC: Debug Clock
DD: Debug Data
CSn: Chip Select (active low)
SCLK: Serial Clock
MOSI: Master Out Slave In
MISO: Master In Slave Out

1. Some early revisions of certain SoCs (CC2430, CC2510, and CC1110) needed an external pull-up to avoid unwanted transitions on the debug clock line during chip reset, inadvertently setting the device in debug mode. All new revisions of all SoCs now have an internal pull-up on P2.2, so this external component is not required.
2. The RESETn pin is sensitive to noise and can cause an unintended reset of the chip. For reset lines susceptible to noise, it is recommended to add an external RC filter. For recommended RESET circuitry, see the device-specific SoC datasheet and reference designs. The CC The debugger supports slow transitions on the reset line, using a 2 ms delay between any transition on the RESET line and other transitions on the DC and DD lines.
3. The RED LED on the debugger should now be blinking, indicating that the bootloader is running but that no application has been loaded. If the RED LED is off, there is probably something wrong with the hardware.

Package Include:
1 x CC Debugger
1 x USB cable
1 x 10Pins flat cable

Electrical Parameters
Input Voltage 1.8V ~ 3.6V
Board Parameters
Main Chip 8051
Pin Count 10 Pin
Environmental Conditions and Safety
Operating Temprature 0°C  ~ 85°C

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