Supported Devices - Microchip - ATSAMD10

The following table displays all supported devices of the device family ATSAMD10 by Microchip:

Device NameDevice FamilyCPU CoreSupported Flash TypesWikiJ-LinkFlasher PROFlasher CompactFlasher ARMFlasher Portable PLUSFlasher Secure 1Flasher ATESupport by SEGGER 2
Microchip
ATSAMD10C12AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10C13AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10C14AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D12AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D12AMATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D12ASATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D13AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D13AMATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D13ASATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D14AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D14AMATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D14ASATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10D14AUATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10E12AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10E13AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row
ATSAMD10E14AATSAMD10Cortex-M0
  • Internal program flash
  • NVM User Row

Supported

1 In host mode Flasher Secure behaves like a Flasher PRO. The security features of Flasher Secure in stand alone mode require access to a unique ID of the target system. Please contact SEGGER for further advice.
2 If a device is not supported by SEGGER directly, you will find help by contacting the device vendor.