programming

GreenPAK Designer 6.10 launch programming tool?

Fri, 2018-03-02 21:22 -- lottabull

GreenPAK Designer Users Guide 6.10 says to launch the programmer you can press F10, but that opens the I2C Reconfigurator.
It also says you can launch the programmer from the Windows main menu.
The Windows 10 Start menu only lists versions of GreenPAK Designer for the different device families.

How do you launch the programmer?

Programming via JTAG fails after a time

Thu, 2016-01-21 17:27 -- MarcoTrettner

Hi DialogTeam,

I am developing an own Bluetooth Dice and tried to program my own hardware with the JTAG Debugger JLINK which is buildt in the Basic Development Kit.

I've connected the following pins of the Development Kit with my own hardware:

TMS -> SWDIO
TCK -> SWCLK
GND -> GND

How to program da14580

Mon, 2016-01-18 14:46 -- mshayan27

I am very much confused about this chip programming
I still don't know how to program DA14580
I am developing a beacon product based on da14580 i have the PCB with the following programming pins
SWCLK,SWDIO,VBAT,GND
I HAVE PLACED an external battery to power up the ic
now how the IC can be detected in smart snippet?
How can i read its spi flash and ic details so that i can say ic is detecting and working and programmable!!

JLINK Adapter to use with DA14580

Tue, 2015-03-03 00:51 -- jimctr

JLINK Adapter - It appears that the minimal pins used for the DA14580 is SWCLK, SWDIO, Reset, Vcc, Gnd. Is there an adapter that takes me down to the minimal number of pins? I checked on this page: https://www.segger.com/jlink-adapters.html. It looks like the J-Link 9-pin Cortex-M Adapter, would work with the following assumptions:

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