AnsweredAssumed Answered

USING LPC-Link2 as Probe for LPC11U024FBD64/401

Question asked by Timothy Masters on Dec 28, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 4, 2017 by LPCX presso support

I am a first time user of LCPXpresso.  Here is my debug scenario:

 

1. My target hardware is using a LPC11U024FBD64/401 device.

2. Using a LPC-Link2 for a probe to download code into the target. It is successfully identified in LPCXPRESSO as:

                            LPC-LINK2 CMIS-DAP V5.173

3. Connected the SWDIO, SWCLK, and ground from the target to the signals on the LPC-Link2 identified as                               JTAG_TMS_SWDIO, JTAG_TCK_SWCLK and GND respectively.

 

4.  A virgin DUT successfully enumerates on a PC via the USB as a MSD and I see this file as contents of the enumerated:

                              CRP DISABLD (E:)   with file:    firmware.BIN

 

5.  Launching the debug of a simple routine that blinks visible LED's on GPIO results in the following errors with supporting

    pictures attached to this message:

    Console Message:

    LPCXpresso RedlinkMulti Driver v8.2 (Jun 30 2016 17:49:07  - crt_emu_cm_redlink build 723)

     Failed on connect:  Ee(36). Could not connect to core.

     No Connection to emulator device

    Error reported by target (Window message)

    02: Failed on connect

   Could not connect to core.

   31: No connector to emulator device

   Problem Occurred (Window message)

   'Launching project_name has encountered a problem.

    Error in final launch sequence

    Questions:

    1.  Is there anything basically wrong with my setup?

    2.  I was hoping to use the probe to debug the code and program the flash on the target. Are either of these     processes possible given my setup?

 

Second Issue:

Assuming that I cannot program the target with the probe using the processes described above, is there are way to create a "firmware.BIN" file from the "project_name.axf" file?

 

Thanks for the help

Tim

tim@iamtouchelectronics.com

Outcomes