Using the command line flash programming tool for LPC54102

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Using the command line flash programming tool for LPC54102

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michelkuenemann
Contributor III

Hello, 

I need to flash LPC54102 devices with an LPC-Link probe thanks to a batch file.

I have found this procedure: Using the command line flash programming tool 

Unfortunately I could not figure out which crt_emu_xxxxx.exe file supports CM4 devices, and they seem not to be mentionned in the page.

Is there a support for command line flash for LPC54XXX devices ?

Thank you.

Michel

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michelkuenemann
Contributor III

Hello,

Thanks to your indications I have managed to create an easy to use "batch file" based programming tool.

It works fine on the LPC54102 , as well as on the LPC824 (with some changes, of course).

Thanks a lot for your support.

Best regards,

Michel Kuenemann

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michelkuenemann
Contributor III

Hello Support,

Thank you for you reply, but you did not answer my question...

You must keep in mind that I do not want to use the GUI in this particular case. I do not want to use Flash Magic neither. I  want to use the command line as mentionned.

I ask my question again:

1 - Is there a support for command line flash for LPC54XXX devices ?

2 - If not, is this support planned to become available in the future, and when ?

Thank you,

Regards,

Michel

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lpcxpresso_supp
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

You can use the IDE's GUI flash programmer just the once to produce the required command line invocation that is required for your setup specific setup. Then you can in future run that command line invocation directly from a terminal / command shell without using the GUI.

Regards,

LPCXpresso Support.

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lpcxpresso_supp
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

You can use the GUI Flash Programmer to work out the appropriate command for your particular setup :

Using the GUI flash programming tool

Regards,

LPCXpresso Support

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