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SEGGER signs with RS Components
22 February 2017, News

RS Components announced the signing of a global distribution agreement with SEGGER Microcontroller, a leading supplier of development and debug tools, production programmers, real-time operating systems and a full range of middleware, cryptographic and security software for a large range of microprocessors and microcontrollers from top semiconductor manufacturers.

Specifically, the agreement provides RS with access to SEGGER’s J-Link and J-Trace series of JTAG and SWD debug probes and SEGGER´s Flasher production programmers. Helping design engineers to develop and tune their software and enabling them to bring products to market faster with proven and tested functionality, SEGGER’s debug probe product range includes devices with and without powerful trace capability.

The JTAG debug probes provide engineers with the ability to identify and correct software problems, enhance performance, test systems and use cases, and optimise their code. Key features include high download speed into RAM and Flash memory and the ability to set an unlimited number of breakpoints in the embedded Flash memory of microcontrollers. The proven and widely adopted SEGGER systems support industry leading products including ARM Cortex, Microchip PIC32 and Renesas RX microcontrollers, plus a wide range of IDEs.

For more information contact RS Components, +27 (0)11 691 9300, sales.za@rs-components.com, www.rsonline.co.za


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Supplied By: RS Components (SA)
Tel: +27 11 691 9300
Fax: +27 11 466 1577
Email: sales.za@rs-components.com
www: www.rsonline.co.za
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