Black Magic Probe Mini
The Black Magic Probe Mini (BMPM) is an in-application programming and debugging tool for the STM32 Cortex-M3 microcontrollers on Lisa/M and Lia.
It is able to control and examine the state of the target microprocessor using a JTAG or Serial Wire Debugging (SWD) port and on-chip debug logic provided by the microprocessor. The probe connects to a host computer using a standard USB interface. The user is able to control exactly what happens using the GNU source level debugging software, GDB.
- Female mini-USB port for connection to host computer
- 10-pin ribbon connector (identical to that used by FLOSS JTAG) for JTAG and SWD connection to target device
- 4-pin female Picoblade connector (identical to that used by FLOSS JTAG) for TTL-level serial connection to the target device.
The BMPM is available with and without the ribbon and serial cables.
The BMPM is natively supported by the Paparazzi codebase - information on using it to program Lisa/M and Lia are available on the Paparazzi wiki.
The BMPM is made and supported by Black Sphere Technologies. More information, manuals, and drivers are available on their product page. The hardware design and firmware source code are available under Open-Source licenses.