NXP recently announced the LPC800, a small pin count family of parts with a neat set of serial peripherals and a Cortex M0+ core.
The LPCXpresso evaluation board was also announced, it has the LPC812 20pin TSSOP device mounted. The board schematics can be found here http://www.lpcware.com/gfiles/devper/lpc800
Of course native support for the family is already in place in the LPCXpresso IDE (http://lpcware.com/LPCXpresso).
However some users may want to use their existing debug hardware such as ULINKme or JLINK to connect to the part.
Connection of Keil’s ULINKme is as easy as long as you have the 10pin cable!
For Segger’s JLINK there is a simple ‘trick’ required to get going. On the LPCXpresso board simply connect J4.11 to 3.3V available on J6.28. This forces the part out of reset state.
To get the ULINK2 to work a low value resistor is required on the LPCXpresso board. R29, connected to pin 1 of J5, the 10-pin JTAG header. This is not populated on any Xpresso board. If the user adds a low ohm resistor to Vdd (3.3v), then ULINK2 will work. The other option is to pop open the ULINK2 and switch the jumper (to provide target power via the probe) in the ULINK2. In some cases the jumper inside the ULINK2 may already be in the correct position.