Programming a LPC55S16-EVK

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Programming a LPC55S16-EVK

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randylee
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How do I flash an LPC55S16-EVK without MCUexpresso?  I've got a hex file that I need to send to others and have them flash their boards..

 

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converse
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You didn’t mention that you wanted to use SWD...

if you boards have Lpc-link2 on board, the you could program the JLink image (using lpcscrypt) and then use Jflash or jflash-lite - but you need to check the license as you may need to purchase the license (or not - I don’t know)

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randylee
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yup, works! Instant J-Link Lite board.  Using J-Flash lite I can program the board up.

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randylee
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Flashmagic doesn't look like it can program that part?   It appears to want the bootloader running on a serial port or USB port.

The dev board has what is essentially a LPC Link2 on it connected to the SWD interface of the 55S16.

Maybe I'm wrong, but it doesn't look like FlashMagic knows about JTAG/SWD interfaces on most parts....

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You didn’t mention that you wanted to use SWD...

if you boards have Lpc-link2 on board, the you could program the JLink image (using lpcscrypt) and then use Jflash or jflash-lite - but you need to check the license as you may need to purchase the license (or not - I don’t know)

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randylee
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OK, I'll buy that approach.... anyone know if the LPC55S16-EVK debug interface is close enough to a LPC-Link2 to not brick it by reflashing it to a Jlink?

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Well it took me 5 seconds to find that LPC55S16-EVK debug is LPC-Link2... look at the datasheet 

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