Adafruit has added a new product to its range this week in the form of the ST-Link Programmer and Emulator, Debugging dongle, that contains firmware that can be easily updated when required as well as a couple pieces of female-female jumpers.
The new programmers and emulator is priced at just $12.50 and allows you to explore new micro-controller worlds. The dongle is equipped with a micro-controller together with the code for ST’s classic programmer and emulator for STM8 and STM32 bit processors.
Adafruit explains :
“Comes with one USB stick and a couple pieces of female-female jumpers. You may want to peruse our jumper selection if you need more or different sizes. We wired it up to an ST32F205 and ran ST-Link, and worked great! You can even update the firmware on the dongle as necessary, it has a DFU bootloader (we unplugged/replugged it from USB to kick off the DFU process)”
For more information on the new ST-Link Programmer and Emulato jump over to the Adafruit website for details and to purchase for $12.50
Source: AdafruitFiled Under: Hardware, Top News