Segger’s J-Link and Flasher in-circuit programmers support N32 MCUs

The J-Link debug probe and its Flasher professional in-circuit programmers support Nations Technologies’ N32 series of high-performance industrial and automotive-grade microcontrollers (MCUs).
“We are thrilled to reach a long-term partnership with Segger, enabling our customers to enjoy the quick and efficient user experience of the J-Link Prime service for silicon vendors, said Nations Technologies’ vice president, Xiao Deyin. “J-Link software v7.86 fully supports Nations N32G4xx, N32L4xx, N32WBxx, N32G03x, and other products, which will better serve our domestic and overseas customers.”

The supported, embedded software development and debugging platform, coupled with supported, reliable, mass production tools, are critical components for efficient development, continued Deyin.

Segger’s J-Links are the most widely used line of debug probes on the market, said the company, offering debugging with capabilities fine-tuned for software development and production.

Segger Flashers are fast, robust, reliable, and designed for ease-of-use in service environments, prototype programming and for mass production.

N32 series MCUs have been applied in industrial control, motor drives, battery and energy management, smart meters, medical electronics, automotive electronics, security, biometrics, communication, sensors and machine automation.

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