CrossConnect Neo

CrossConnect Neo Debug Probe

The new CrossConnect Neo is our latest ARM debug probe and replaces the existing CrossConnect Classic. It is a JTAG and SWD debug probe for Cortex-A, Cortex-R, Cortex-M, ARM7, ARM9, ARM11 processors and is compatible with CrossWorks for ARM version 3 onwards.


  • Supports Cortex-A, Cortex-R, Cortex-M, ARM7, ARM9, ARM11 debug interfaces
  • SWO trace support
  • Supports adaptive JTAG clocking
  • Target voltage range: 1.2V - 5V
  • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed (Micro-B USB)
  • Fast and convenient application download, verification and debug
  • Fully supported by ARM versions of CrossStudio and CrossLoad from version 3 onwards
  • Compact and portable design (46mm x 46mm x 17mm)

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Box Contents

  • CrossConnect Neo debug probe
  • Micro USB cable
  • 9-pin Cortex-M adapter
  • 0.1" 20-pin ribbon cable
  • 0.05" 9-pin ribbon cable

System Requirements

Operating Systems

  • Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, XP and 2000
  • macOS 10.4 Tiger and above
  • Linux Kernel version 2.4.20 and above with libusb 0.1.10a or later installed


  • PC with USB Interface

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the CrossConnect Neo compare with the CrossConnect Classic?

  • CrossConnect Neo has much faster USB, SWD and JTAG interfaces so download performance is significantly improved and the debugging experience is more responsive
  • The SWD debug interface is now integrated so a separate SWD adapter is no longer required
  • CrossConnect Neo supports a wider target voltage range
  • SWO tracing is now supported when using CrossWorks for ARM version 4.10.3 and above
  • Only CrossWorks for ARM versions 3 and above are supported so CrossConnect Neo cannot be used with CrossWorks for ARM version 1 or 2

Does CrossConnect Neo require a device driver to be installed?

  • Installation of a device driver is only required on Windows. The CrossConnect device driver is now installed as part of the CrossWorks for ARM installation however the device driver can also be downloaded from here
  • No device driver needs to be installed on macOS or Linux