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STLINK-V3MINI Debugger/Programmer for STM32 MCUs

STMicroelectronics' compact, portable in-circuit debugger/programmer offers STDC14 connectivity

Image of STMicroelectronics' STLINK-V3MINI Debugger/Programmer for STM32STMicroelectronics' STLINK-V3MINI is a standalone debugging and programming mini probe for the STM32 microcontrollers (MCUs). The JTAG/serial wire debugging (SWD) interfaces are used to communicate with the STM32 MCUs that are located on an application board.

The STLINK-V3MINI provides a virtual COM port (VCP) interface that allows the host PC to communicate with the target MCU through one UART. The STLINK-V3MINI is a portable, easy-to-use debugger/programmer including the STDC14 interface with an included STDC14 flat cable.

Features
  • Standalone probe
  • STDC14 debug connector (1.27 mm pitch) and the STDC14 to STDC14 flat cable
  • Self-powered through a USB connector (micro-B)
  • USB 2.0 high-speed compatible interface
  • Direct firmware update (DFU) support
  • Drag-and-drop Flash programming
  • Two color LEDs:
    • Communication
    • Power
  • Includes STDC14 signal protection
  • JTAG/SWD:
    • Application voltage support: 3 V to 3.6 V
    • Tolerant inputs: 5 V
    • JTAG communication support
    • SWD and serial wire viewer (SWV) communication support
  • VCP:
    • Application voltage support: 3 V to 3.6 V (UART interface)
    • Tolerant inputs: 5 V
    • VCP frequency: up to 15 MHz

STLINK-V3MINI Debugger/Programmer for STM32 MCU

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionPart StatusTypeFor Use With/Related ProductsAvailable QuantityView Details
STLINK V3 COMPACT IN-CIRCUIT DEBSTLINK-V3MINISTLINK V3 COMPACT IN-CIRCUIT DEBActiveDebugger, Programmer (In-Circuit/In-System)STM320View Details

Associated Programmer/Debugger

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionPart StatusTypeFor Use With/Related ProductsAvailable QuantityView Details
STLINK V3 MODULAR IN-CIRCUIT DEBSTLINK-V3SETSTLINK V3 MODULAR IN-CIRCUIT DEBActiveDebugger, Programmer (In-Circuit/In-System)STM8, STM320View Details
Published: 2019-08-14