Blackhawk provides several different
emulation adapters to fit Texas Instruments standard JTAG target headers. Below
is a list of emulation adapters currently available from Blackhawk or an authorized
Pin and Signal Definitions
For reference, the tables at the bottom describe each connection's signal to pin
arrangement. Click here to view the tables.
List of Pin Converters
The table below can be used to identify the pin converter you need.** First, find the row or rows that match the
connector on your emulator using the Emulator Connection column. Second,
find the connector that matches your target in the Target Connection column.
Then select the link under the Pin Converter column. This will scroll
the page down to the appropriate part and its details below.
** Blackhawk carries many adapters,
adding more from time to time, so if you cannot locate the adapter you need, please
contact Blackhawk support. We will be glad to help. You can use our
The following describes the naming of an adapter or pin converter, which reads from
left to right, or, for the actual adapter PCB, it is interpreted top to bottom.
- ## Is the number of pins (14, 20, 60, etc.)
- e emulator connection side
typeE Describes the emulator connection type (TI, cTI, ARM, etc.)
- t target connection side
Describes the target connection type (TI, cTI, ARM, etc.)
The hyphen (-) separates the two types of connections (emulator and target). The
absence of a notation as _typeE or _typeT in either emulator or target connection
type, assumes that the emulator or target is a TI device or compatible (i.e. “_TI”).
- JACK Quick Start Guide (PDF) [download]
- Blackhawk Adaptive Clocking Technical
Article (PDF) [download]
- Compact TI (cTI) Quick Start Guide (PDF)
- Blackhawk 14e-20t_cTI Quick Start Guide