TC2030-PKT-SWD-NL 6-Pin No-legs Cable for Microchip PICkit 4/SNAP SAM
6 pin “no-legs” plug-of-nails™ to Microchip PICkit 4/SNAP SAM programming/debugging cable with 8-pin SIP strip.
Note: Not for Microchip PIC MCUs – see below.
Ideal for both debugging and production programming of SAM ARM Cortex MCUs using the Microchip PICkit 4 or SNAP in-circuit debuggers, the 6 pin plug-of-nails™ ‘no-legs’ cable terminates in a 8 pin 0.1″ male SIP strip for connection to the debugger. This is similar to the TC2030-PKT-NL cable but has an 8 pin SIP connector rather than 6 pin, as required when using the PICkit 4 or SNAP debugger for SAM MCU programming and/or debugging. The target board pin connections on the plug-of-nails™ connector are the same as on our TC2030-CTX-NL ARM Cortex cable.
Note: This cable is only for SWD debugging of SAM ARM Cortex MCUs. For suitable Microchip PIC cables see here.
|Signal||SNAP/PICkit 4||TC2030 CTX 6-pin|
Tag-Connect TC2030-PKT-SWD-NL cable is primarily intended for use in production programming. It is particularly suited to environments where the connection to the PCB is of short duration, and operators are working quickly from board to board.
A major advantage of the TC2030-PKT-SWD-NL is the extremely small footprint required on the PCB (hardly any bigger than a surface mount resistor) allowing the minimum possible space on your PCB to be used for the programming connection.
The TC2030-PKT-SWD-NL (no legs) cable is also compatible with the TC2030-PKT-SWD legged footprint allowing use of the TC2030-PKT-SWD legged cable for development work and TC2030-PKT-SWD-NL for fast programming in production.