The CC Debugger is primarily used for debugging and programming the flash on CCxxxx 8051-based System-on-Chip (SoC) devices from Texas Instruments. CC Debugger also supports CCxxxx RF transceivers. In addition, CC Debugger is used for configuring the CC85xx devices with PurePath Wireless Configurator.
Compatible with the original TI CC Debugger
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows xp sp2/sp3, Windows Vista 32bit, Windows 7 32bit
Target voltage: 1.2V - 3.6V
Capable of powering the target board from the debugger
Operating temperature: 0C - 85C
IAR Embedded Workbench For C8051
SmartRF Flash Programmer
SmartRF Packet Sniffer
PurePath Wireless Configurator
Connects to PC
Computer connection via USB interface
Connects to target board
Target board connection via 10-pin IDC connector (2x5 2.54mm pitch). The figure below shows the header pinout:
Programming and debugging the following 8051-based system-on-chips from Texas Instruments:
CC2530, CC2531, CC2533
CC2543, CC2544, CC2545
Controlling the following transceivers from SmartRF Studio:
CC1120, CC1121, CC1125, CC1175
CC1101, CC110L, CC113L, CC115L
Configuring the CC85xx devices with PurePath Wireless Configurator:
OFF: The debugger has no power or there is no valid firmware on the debugger.
AMBER (BOTH LEDS ON): The debugger is powered, but there is no valid firmware.
RED LED BLINKING: The Debugger is in Boot Recovery Mode.
RED LED ON: No device detected. This might be due to old firmware on the CC Debugger, or a problem with the hardware connection (make sure the target board is properly powered and connected correctly).
GREEN LED ON: The target device has been properly detected. It is possible to start programming/debugging.
Development resources:user manual, schematic, firmware, software, etc.