Standalone ICP with 232-18-A?

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Standalone ICP with 232-18-A?

Is it possible to store a PMIC configuration (specifically for DA9063) in the 232-18-A ICP board, so that it will auto load the target PMIC without connection to a PC?

If not, is the source code for the SAM3U available, so that I can modify it for standalone configuration?

I want to deploy a number of development boards without permanently programming the PMICs, so updates are possible.

 

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Hello,

Hello,

Sorry for the slow response. Let me look into this for you, I havent seen it done before.

Elliott Dexter

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Thanks, Elliott. No problem

Thanks, Elliott. No problem on the delay.

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Any update on this question,

Any update on this question, Elliott?

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Hello,

Hello,

So i have been speaking with our application team about this. So the code for the SAM3U is very simple, it only acts as a USB to I2C interface and allows some control over the GPIOs. To modify the code in such away to perform how you would expect it, would take quite abit of time but wouldnt nesccarly be that complicated. I think a problem would be to get it into a state where it would be user freindly and easy to use.

I am unsure on how much i could support you on this challenge.

Kind regards,
Elliott 

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Elliott,

Elliott,

We would not need any support for the standalone code development, as we do this kind of work all the time. My concern was that I want the SAM3U to support both the PC software interface and standalone mode without reflashing it.

If you can provide either the code or a simple spec defining the USB to i2c protocol conversion, we won't have any problem building the combination program. That would save us the time to reverse engineer the conversion.

 

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Hi,

Hi,

Let me see try and get ahold of the code and see what state it is currently in.

Kind regards,
Elliott