ST-LINK V2 USB Programmer – Debugger

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The ST-LINK V2 is a USB dongle-style programmer and debugger for microcontrollers developed by STMicroelectronics. It supports programming and debugging of the STM8 and STM32 series of microcontrollers.

The ST-LINK V2 connects to a computer via USB and provides a JTAG or SWD interface for programming and debugging the target device. It is a low-cost and convenient tool that allows users to easily program and debug their microcontroller-based projects. With its compact design, USB connectivity, and support for a wide range of microcontrollers, the ST-LINK V2 is a popular choice for hobbyists and professional projects alike.

The single-wire interface module (SWIM) is used to communicate with any STM8 or STM32 microcontroller located on an application board. It supports SWIM download debugging.

The supported software versions are for example:

– ST-LINK Utility 2.0 and above
– STVD 2 and above
– STVP 3.2.3 and above
– IAR EWARM V6.20 and above
– IAR EWSTM8 V1.30 and above
– KEIL RVMDK V4.21 and above

The ST-LINK V2 USB adapter supports an automatic firmware upgrade, to ensure compatibility with future STM controllers. We highly recommend updating the firmware to the latest version using ST-Link Utility for maximum compatibility with new versions of programming software.

The colors are randomly picked.

10 reviews for ST-LINK V2 USB Programmer – Debugger

  1. 5 out of 5


    The programmer had good build quality, worked well, and was easy to use.

  2. 5 out of 5


    Worked as it should, was able to downgrade from latest firmware on my Segway G30LP

  3. 5 out of 5


    I was surprised to find it’s made of metal instead of plastic. I like that the pins are all labeled clearly on the case and when I plugged it in Windows automatically picked it up as a STM32 ST-link.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mathieu Gilbert

    I ordered a Eachine E011 on banggood and this at the same time. However, I received the ST-Link 2 weeks faster. For 10$ I flashed the flight controller quite easily with this. I love it!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amazon Customer

    These units are perfect. Even though they are a generic version of the ST-Link they accept Firmware updates from the ST-Micros Utility. Excellent.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Harvey Mackenzie

    I purchased it to de-brick a 3D printer. It was actually easy.

  7. 5 out of 5


    No issues with it whatsoever, connected perfectly.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Anne Nonymous

    Works perfectly with my blue STMicros. Detected by the Windows and Linux programmer software. Nice little case, comes with jumper wires with DuPont connectors. pins are labelled, and it is plug and play! regulated 3.3V and 5.0V out, works great on all the ST32F* generic micros so far. Programming and SWD. Supposedly is a random color, I ordered 4 , and all were pink, not really my colour. I suspect either the RNG is out of whack, or I should play the lottery.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chad Freedom EnjoyerChad Freedom Enjoyer

    I ordered the ST-Link V2 to flash firmware to an STM32 microcontroller (surface mounted package) on a PCB. It works well with the dFuSe firmware tool, and the power pins enable me to power the controller without needing a main power supply for my board. I won’t take my chances buying one of these from China, when I can reliably buy from Universal Solder. Great job guys! You’ve gained a customer who will come back for sure.

  10. 5 out of 5

    luke hluke h

    I’ve ordered three of these from other vendors and only this one has had ST parts. All the others failed to upgrade firmware except this one. Don’t buy anywhere else!

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