Are there plans to OSBDM support for the MC13234 and/or MC13237 MCUs?

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Are there plans to OSBDM support for the MC13234 and/or MC13237 MCUs?

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Contributor III

We are using the USBDM open source BDM interface. Unfortunately, there does not seem to be support for MC13234 or MC13237 MCUs. Is there plans to do so?

I understand there is documentation to create such support ourselves, unfortunately, we don't have the time to spare.

Thanks in advance.

Mark

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Contributor IV

They are listed in the hcs08_devices.xml file, so I would expect they are already supported.

Regards,

Witztronics

http://www.witztronics.com

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Senior Contributor V

Hi Mark,

No plans since I don't have any hardware to develop with .  The bare chips look a bit too hard to use with a mock-up as well.

If you have a suitable board and USBDM hardware you can try adding the following entry to the hcs08_devices.xml file.

This is based on the description in the MC13237RM manual.

  • First check if the chip is recognised by the stand-alone HCS08 programmer.
  • If it is not recognised please report the chip ID that the programmer indicates and change the entry below accordingly.

<device family="HCS08" name="MC1323x">
<memory type="ram">
<memoryRange start="0x000080" end="0x0017FF" />
</memory>
<memory pageAddress="0x0078" registerAddress="0x1820" type="flash" securityAddress="0xFFB0">
<securityEntryRef ref="HCS08-default-security" />
<memoryRange start="0x002080" end="0x007FFF" />
<memoryRange start="0x008000" end="0x00BFFF" pageStart="0" pages="128K" />
<memoryRange start="0x00C000" end="0x00FFFF" />
</memory>
<sdid value="0x2044" /> <!-- MC13234 -->
<sdid value="0x3044" /> <!-- MC13237 -->
</device>

PS: OSBDM is not the same as USBDM

bye

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