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The RP2040 is present on the [[Raspberry Pi Pico | Raspberry Pi Pico evaluation board]].
 
The RP2040 is present on the [[Raspberry Pi Pico | Raspberry Pi Pico evaluation board]].
   
== Features (selection) ==
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For further information please refer to the [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/pico/getting-started/ Raspberry Pi Pico web page]
 
For further information please refer to the [https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/pico/getting-started/ Raspberry Pi Pico web page]
   
== J-Link Support ==
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The Raspberry Pi RP2040 is fully supported by J-Link.
 
The Raspberry Pi RP2040 is fully supported by J-Link.
 
Support was implemented with [[J-Link Software and Documentation Pack | J-Link Software Pack]] V6.96.
 
Support was implemented with [[J-Link Software and Documentation Pack | J-Link Software Pack]] V6.96.
   
 
'''Note:'''There seems to be a chip specific issue when trying to reconnect to the target device or if you switch connecting to the second core. For the time being the only workaround is to power cycle the RP2040 and then connect to the wanted core.
 
'''Note:'''There seems to be a chip specific issue when trying to reconnect to the target device or if you switch connecting to the second core. For the time being the only workaround is to power cycle the RP2040 and then connect to the wanted core.
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= Sample projects =
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TBD

Revision as of 08:32, 23 March 2021

This article covers the Raspberry Pi RP2040 device, an arm Cortex-M0+ dualcore MCU with up to 133 MHz Clock. It is the first MCU designed and published by Raspberry Pi. The RP2040 is present on the Raspberry Pi Pico evaluation board.

Features (selection)

Stat Specification
Core Dualcore M0+
RAM 264kB SRAM
Internal flash No internal flash (ext. QSPI supported)
Pins (multifunc) 30 GPIOs
Pins (dedicated) 6 SPI IOs

For further information please refer to the Raspberry Pi Pico web page

J-Link Support

The Raspberry Pi RP2040 is fully supported by J-Link. Support was implemented with J-Link Software Pack V6.96.

Note:There seems to be a chip specific issue when trying to reconnect to the target device or if you switch connecting to the second core. For the time being the only workaround is to power cycle the RP2040 and then connect to the wanted core.

Sample projects

TBD