Chip is not recognized by Universal Dev Board & Designer v.6.21

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Chip is not recognized by Universal Dev Board & Designer v.6.21

Hi guys,

We have a GreenPAK Universal Dev. Board 1 Rev 1.3.1 here. It works very well with the following adaptors & Chips:
 

- TQFN-12 #1 and SLG46120V

- TQFN-20 #1 and SLG46533V

We just received a new adptor & chips, but they are not working with the same Dev Board:

- TQFN-20 #4 and SLG46824V

The Greenpak Designer has the follwoing errors message: "Chip is absent ot placed incorrectly."

I've tried the following things:

- another Chip (we have 50 samples)

- Restart PC

- use another USB Port (well the board is always working for the other Chips)

- Check the chip and adaptor for miss alignment

- Rotated the chip by 180 degree

- Set up a completly new project

 

In the end, the Chip is not working. What's the issue? Could you please help me?

Project Settings:
 

VDD=3.3V

VDD2=3.3V

Temp= 0°C upto 70°C

Package STQFN-20

Choosen Development Platform: GreenPAK Advanced Dev Platform

Device: 
Device Number: 
SLG46824V
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Edit:

Edit:

Sometimes GreenPAK Designer shows the following warning for the SLG46533V:

"Functional socket test failure. Socket issues detected." Screenshot attached.

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Hello,

Hello,

A quick way of checking whether you have the correct socket is to go into emulation mode in the GUI, and then select the blue hyperlink that says "GreenPAK advanced development board" which is in the top left in the debugging controls tab. This should tell you which socket you require and which variant. 

For the SLG46533V, you will need the a TQFN #1 socket. The #4 i believe is for a different device.

Kind regards,
Elliott

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Hello, I'm very sorry, I've

Hello, I'm very sorry, I've made a mistake in my description. (Already corrected).

 

I'm talking about the SLG46824V, and for this device the designer tells me to use the TQFN #4. For this socket I get the "Function socket test failure" warning.

 

(by the way, the TQFN-20 #1 is working fine)

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Hello,

Hello,

Ok. Thank you for the update.

Could you post your GPAK file?

Kind regards,
Elliott