The ZY1000 is an easy to use stand-alone JTAG Debugger and flash programmer. It communicates with your computer over TCP/IP. This enables the ZY1000 to be used with any operating system (Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Solaris and others). The flash programming capability requires only a web browser and for debugging only GDB is required on the host operating system. The ZY1000 supports the ARM7, ARM9, ARM11, ARMv8, XScale, Cortex, MIPS32 & MIPS64 line of processors with the included firmware.
It's web GUI covers tasks such as flash programming, production, testing, diagnosis and hardware development/debugging.
ZY1000 Start web page with status summary
The hardware developer, tester or production team members will be able to upload new firmware as quickly and easily as the software developers and the software developer will no longer have to develop special procedures for the rest of the team.
The ZY1000 comes with support for a wide range of flash devices, including CFI flashes. With a few lines of code you can add your own flash driver should a driver for your flash device not be included.
In order get you quickly up and running with the ZY1000 and debugging your target, the ZY1000 includes configuration scripts for a wide range of target boards. These scripts are made for setting up the complete board... not just the CPU.
The ZY1000 has 3 different modes of operation that can be combined as needed. Setup of both the target and the ZY1000 is done using the easy to use web interface. The web interface can also be used for common tasks like resetting the CPU, programming the flash, or browsing/editing the target memory. If you prefer to use a command line interpreter, you can connect to the telnet server.
Software developers can use the GDB-server for a full feature debugger with all the features available in a modern debugger. This means integration into your design environment, like Eclipse or Insight, and the ability to set hardware and software breakpoints, single-step, and browse variables, memory and CPU registers.
With a JTAG speed of up to 32 MHz, and upload speeds (GDB load) over 400 kBytes/s, the ZY1000 is fast for both flash programming and debugging. With the image already uploaded to the ZY1000, target programming reaches 1.1mBytes/s @ 16MHz. The actual performance depends on the target.
Equally important as throughput/bandwidth is GDB single stepping performance. The ZY1000 has been designed to maximize the GDB single stepping performance by reducing the latency of smaller requests. GDB will issue a number of small requests during single stepping to fetch various information such as registers, local variables, etc.
There is no hassle involved with starting to use the ZY1000. Just power up, set the IP address of the ZY1000, and you are ready to connect it to your target!
Easy to use
- A web interface and a large library of board configuration files makes the ZY1000 easy to use out of the box.
- No drivers are necessary and it works with all host operating systems as it communicates via ethernet and TCP/IP to the GDB server
- Full support for OpenOCD processor debugging
- Full Support for UrJTAG Boundry Scan & CPLD/FPGA Programming
- 600 Kbytes/s at 16 MHz JTAG clock for ARM7/9, as well as excellent single stepping performance.
- Maximum JTAG clock of 32 MHz
- 30 Day Money-back guarantee
- Support available
- Free firmware upgrades
- Support for ARM7, ARM9, ARM11, ARMv8 XScale, Cortex-A8, A9 & M3, MIPS32 & MIPS64
- Many special types of flash supported including CFI flash
- 20 pin JTAG connector
- JTAG clock speed 10 kHz - 32 MHz
- RCLK / RTCK / adaptive clocking support
- Target voltage 1.8V - 3.3V supported
- Target powercycling ability via relay
ZY1000 JTAG Probe
For more information on our Support Options, please view our Support Matrix
- ZY1000 Datasheet
- ZY1000 Quick Start Guide
- ZY1000 User Manual
- Technical Support Page
- ZY1000 PAP Support Program
- Zylin Support Matrix
- ZY1000 Screen Shots
- ZY1000 Tips
- ZY1000 FAQs
- ZY1000 Firmware
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