J-Link OEM models
There are several different OEM versions of J-Link on the market. The OEM versions look different, but use basically identical hardware.
Some of these OEM versions are limited in speed, some of these can only be used with certain chips and some have certain add-on features enabled, which normally requires license.
In any case, it should be possible to use the J-Link software with these OEM versions.
However, proper function cannot be guaranteed for OEM versions.
SEGGER Microcontroller does not support OEM versions; support is provided by the respective OEM.
|mIDASLink is an OEM version of J-Link, sold by Analog Devices.||Only works with Analog Devices chips.1||Licenses for RDI and Unlimited Flash Breakpoints are included. Other licenses can be added.|
|SAM-ICE is an OEM version of J-Link, sold by Atmel.||Only works with Atmel devices.1||Licenses for RDI and GDB Server are included. Other licenses can be added.|
|Digi JTAG Link is an OEM version of J-Link, sold by Digi International.||Only works with Digi devices.1||License for GDB Server is included. Other licenses can be added.|
|J-Link Lite FSL is an OEM version of J-Link, sold by Freescale.||Only be used with Freescale devices.1||No licenses are included. All licenses can be added.|
|Microchip J-32 supports all 32-bit Microchip devices that are supported by SEGGER's J-Link BASE.||Only works with Microchip microcontrollers only.1||No licenses are included.|
|J-Link LITE LPC Edition is an OEM version of J-Link, sold by NXP.||Only works with NXP devices.1||No licenses are included.|
1 This limitation can NOT be lifted; if you would like to use J-Link with a device from a different manufacturer, you need to buy a separate J-Link.