Raspberry Pi Debug Probe

  • Product ID: 9194
  • MPN: SC0889
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The Raspberry Pi Debug Probe is an inexpensive, all-in-one USB to serial debug and UART bridge. It provides the necessary hardware and cabling to support “plug and play” debugging of Raspberry Pi Pico and other microcontroller- and microprocessor-based platforms.
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Description

The Raspberry Pi Debug Probe is based on the Raspberry Pi Pico hardware design and runs the open-source Raspberry Pi Picoprobe software. Updating the firmware is accomplished in the same way as on a Raspberry Pi Pico, so it is straightforward to keep the unit up to date with the latest Picoprobe firmware, or to use a custom firmware.

While it has been designed primarily for use with Raspberry Pi debug targets, the Debug Probe provides standard CMSIS-DAP debug and UART interfaces over USB; it can therefore be used to debug other targets, or simply as a cost-effective USB-to-UART cable.

The Raspberry Pi Debug Probe is provided as a kit, containing the probe hardware in a plastic case, and a set of cables: a USB cable, and three different types of debug cable to cover the vast majority of use cases.

Specifications:

  • Dimensions (case): 59mm x 18mm x 8mm
  • Debug Connector: 3-pin debug connector, 2.54mm pitch
  • Debug Interfaces:
    • Processor serial debug interface: ARM Serial Wire Debug (SWD) interface (by default)
    • UART interface: Standard 3.3V UART interfacie
  • Power:
    • USB bus power: 5V, up to 500mA
    • Debug target power: 3.3V, up to 150mA
  • Operating Voltage Range: 2.7V to 5.25V
  • Maximum SWD Clock Speed: 10MHz
  • Maximum UART Baud Rate: 921,600bps
  • Maximum Cable Length: 3m
  • Firmware: Raspberry Pi Picoprobe open-source firmware, which can be updated over USB
  • Operating Systems: Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux (with appropriate drivers)
  • Supported Debuggers:
    • Arm Development Studio
    • Keil µVision
    • IAR Embedded Workbench
    • OpenOCD
    • PyOCD
    • GDB (through arm-none-eabi-gdb or gdb-multiarch)
    • Visual Studio Code (through the Cortex-Debug extension)

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