Raspberry Pi Debug Probe Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico/Picow
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NOTE：For more information on the Raspberry Pi three-pin debug connector see the specification [ https://rptl.io/debug-spec ].
- USB to ARM Serial Wire Debug (SWD) port
- USB to UART bridge
- Compatible with the CMSIS-DAP standard
- Works with OpenOCD and other tools supporting CMSIS-DAP
- Open source, easily upgradeable firmware
This makes it easy to use a Raspberry Pi Pico on non-Raspberry Pi platforms such as Windows, Mac, and “normal” Linux computers, where you don’t have a GPIO header to connect directly to the Pico’s serial UART or SWD port.
The probe operates at 3.3V nominal I/O voltage.
Included with the Debug Probe is a USB power cable and three debug cables:
- 3-pin JST connector to 3-pin JST connector cable
- 3-pin JST connector to 0.1-inch header (female)
- 3-pin JST connector to 0.1-inch header (male)
The two 0.1-inch header cables — intended for breadboard (male) or direct connection to a board with header pins (female) — are coloured as below:
- Orange: TX/SC (Output from Probe)
- Black: GND
- Yellow：RX/SD (Input to Probe or I/O)
While the cable with 3-pin JST connectors is intended to be used with the standard 3-pin connector which newer Raspberry Pi boards use for the SWD debug port and UART connectors.
The Debug Probe has five LEDs, a red LED to indicate power, and four more activity indicator LEDs