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2024 |
Mar. 11
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PR graphic: J-Link supports ARTERY AT32 series

SEGGER and ARTERY partner to fully support the AT32 series MCU

ARTERY and SEGGER announce that SEGGER's J-Link and J-Trace family of market-leading debug and trace probes, plus the Flasher family of in-circuit programmers, fully support the ARTERY AT32 MCUs, increasing the speed and efficiency of development and production.

AT32 MCU users can benefit from the entire SEGGER Ecosystem including Embedded Studio (multi-platform IDE with the highly optimizing C/C++ SEGGER Compiler), Ozone (full-featured graphical debugger), SystemView (real-time recording and visualization tool), and software libraries such as embOS-Ultra (with game-changing, energy-saving Cycle-resolution Timing) and emWin (one GUI solution for all applications).

“SEGGER’s high-performance development and debugging platform is efficient and very easy to use,” says ARTERY. “Having the AT32 MCUs fully supported by these professional, user-friendly tools is a great asset for our customers in the product development and mass production process.”

“Through the SEGGER partner program, J-Link Prime, SEGGER and ARTERY have worked together to provide complete programming and debugging tools for AT32 MCUs to enable the user to maximize efficiency,” says SEGGER. "We look forward to providing the same high stability, performance and ease of use for the upcoming low-power series from ARTERY."

SEGGER’s J-Link, the most widely used debug probe on the market, features a download speed of up to 4 MB/s, the ability to set an unlimited number of breakpoints in the flash memory of MCUs, and much more. J-Link comes with free software and firmware updates. All supported devices can be used without the need to buy an additional license – no hidden costs – no future costs.

SEGGER Flashers, a family of professional in-circuit programmers, program the flash (non-volatile) memory of microcontrollers and Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) as well as (Q)SPI flashes. They are designed for use in service environments, prototype programming, and for mass production.

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Since its official launch in 2018, ARTERY has developed and released products in five categories (value line, mainstream, high performance, wireless BLE and Automotive) all built based on 32-bit ARM®-Cortex®-M4. Its value line products include the AT32F423 for high-performance applications. The automotive AT32A403A series is AEC-Q100 qualified and applicable to car body control, ADAS, car audio & video, BMS and other automotive applications. The mainstream AT32F402/F405 series embeds HS USB OTG (AT32F405 only) and FS USB OTG for high-speed USB applications. All of these AT32 MCUs are supported by SEGGER J-Link and Flasher.