Dongle for programming and debugging (macraigor wiggler compatible)
Price14.95 EUR
10 - 49 pcs13.46 EUR
50 - 10000 pcs11.96 EUR
In stock


  • Parallel port JTAG dongle interface, can be used with all ARM devices for programming and debugging.
  • Uses ARM's standard 2x10 pin JTAG connector
  • No need for external power supply, all power is taken from the target board; supports targets working with 3.0-3.6 V
  • Dimensions 50x40 mm (2x1.6") + 20 cm (8") cable



  • H-JTAG freeware RDI151 server supports ARM-JTAG for every debugger/IDE which have RDI151 support. The setup should be as on this picture.
  • openOCD open source debugger diplom project from Dominic Rath with target to replace OCDdeamon for debugging with Insight/GDB.
  • YAGARTO open source Windows nad MACOS GCC setup
  • EWARM professional C compiler and debugger.There is a free kickstart version which is with an unlimited assembly language and a 32K limit for C code from IAR Systems AB Sweden. Tested to work with H-JTAG RDI151 and our ARM-JTAG. The flash download to our LPC2138 board shows about 30% slower flash programming than the expensive USB J-Link adapter from Segger. According to IAR Systems their EW-ARM is the benchmark leader.
  • CrossWork for ARM IDE and debugger on top of GCC from Rowley Associates, this is the very first package to support smoothly Wiggler and ARM-JTAG.
  • OCDeamon toolchain and debugger from Macraigor Systems. Quite unstabile software, when it wants to work it works, when it doesn't want to work it doesn't. It is too dependant on computer CPU speed, parallel port settings etc. Macraigor is the original developer of Wiggler, but after the Wiggler clones flooded the internet they don't quite support this product.
  • WinARM - easy to install open source GCC toolchain by Martin Thomas. Lots of examples for our LPC boards are included in the installation. Simple tutorial on how to setup our ARM-JTAG you can find here.
  • GNUARM another GCC toolchain from Arius.
  • Do-it-yourself 3D printer with LPC-H2148 as controller, contains also instructions on how to setup Eclipse and GCC as development environment
  • Building GCC for ARM tutorial
  • Building GCC for Cortex tutorial
  • Using OpenOCD tutorial