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KWIKSTIK Code for Kinetis

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donikuy
Contributor III

Hi,

I have a KWIKSTIK and need to try and use it to download flash image onto a Kinetis MK10 via the EZPort.

Is there any source code available for the KWIKSTIK in order to perform this?

Thanks in advance.

Kind Regards,

Ylber

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donikuy
Contributor III

Hi,

Thanks for the links, but I have already downloaded projects from the forum, and none of them work to an extend to program a K10 via EZPort.

Kind Regards,

Ylber

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mjbcswitzerland
Specialist V

Hi

If you can't get project working you can always buy a Dediprog SF600 (for example) since it will usually be cheaper for you if you are a professional developer, rather than investing time building things.

Regards

Mark

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donikuy
Contributor III

Hi Mark,

Thanks again. I have tried and still no success with the EZPort. Also tried it in another board and it doesn't work. Don't know why it doesn't work, but I suspect it is because when the code was first written it was for coldfire.

The reason I need this is that our ATE tests and flash downloads the software on the boards in one complete test. This is very efficient, thefore i need the ezprog code to work. Do you thing the Dediprog would be able to do the same?

Kind Regards,

Ylber Doniku

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mjbcswitzerland
Specialist V

Yiber

You will need to consult the Dediprogs manual to see whether it would be suitable for your requirements.

The uTasker project includes an EzPort interface that is suitable for all Kinetis parts: http://www.utasker.com/docs/uTasker/uTaskerEzPortCloner.pdf, allowing both low level and high level programming control, and especially designed for custom Kinetis applications that require testing or programming ability.

The only significant difference between Coldfire and Kinetis EzPort is that the Coldfire needs its Flash clock to be configured and the Kinetis doesn't. This means that Kinetis EzPort is a sub-set of Coldfire EzPort and thus any Coldfire solution should be suitable for Kinetis too.

Regards

Mark