Followup: My Ethernet EVB request

Started by larwe in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

A few weeks ago I posted a request asking for cheap (vs Olimex's MSP430 boards) EVBs with Ethernet to build a proof of concept and then use...

A few weeks ago I posted a request asking for cheap (vs Olimex's MSP430 boards) EVBs with Ethernet to build a proof of concept and then use the design as the basis of a low-volume production run. I can't seem to find that thread, but here's a summary of what I decided: Someone in that thread suggested Rabbit. It is a long time since I looked at Rabbit, but I took a look, talked to their sal...


Inexpensive ARM JTAG Programmers

Started by Tim Wescott in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 13 replies

I'm looking for an inexpensive ARM JTAG programmer, to hand off to a customer to program flash on an LM3S2533. Currently I'm using my TI...

I'm looking for an inexpensive ARM JTAG programmer, to hand off to a customer to program flash on an LM3S2533. Currently I'm using my TI LM3S811 evaluation board, but that ties up a whole board when I want to just have a programmer, it's a bare board which doesn't look "pro", and I don't want to give it away at any rate. I'm looking at the Olimex programmer, available from SparkFun: h...


LPC2888 Flash programming using DFU.

Started by aprashant19 in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

Hi, I am new to LPC2888. I am using the Olimex development board. I tried to configure the board in USB download mode (pullup P2.3...

Hi, I am new to LPC2888. I am using the Olimex development board. I tried to configure the board in USB download mode (pullup P2.3 to Vcc), but Windows is not recognizing it. However the test mode is working fine (P2.2 and P2.3 pulled up to VCC). Earlier, i tried to download code using Ulink-ME JTAG adapter, and it too is not working. Can you please help me out. Any...


Problems with Olimex AVR-USB-JTAG and Spark Fun Electronics

Started by larwe in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 6 replies

Has anyone successfully used this product? I posted a query here a week or two ago, no replies - so I ordered one from Spark Fun Electronics....

Has anyone successfully used this product? I posted a query here a week or two ago, no replies - so I ordered one from Spark Fun Electronics. It arrived with the wrong USB cable (they shipped A to B, it requires A to A) and SFE never responded to my email asking for the problem to be corrected (note to self: buy elsewhere next time). So I cannibalized two other USB cables and got it connec...


Olinuxino Linux PC now has 4 variants under design.

Started by Don McKenzie in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago

Olinuxino Linux PC now has 4 variants under design. This blog was only launched a week ago on a single design, however Olimex now has four...

Olinuxino Linux PC now has 4 variants under design. This blog was only launched a week ago on a single design, however Olimex now has four designs under development. Three using the iMX233. And a new one using the Allwinner a13 cortex a8 1000mhz, however this one will be several months before the design is completed. =================================== iMX233-Olinuxino-Maxi htt...


DuinoMite, the Maximite compatible is now available.

Started by Don McKenzie in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago

About a month ago, I gave a very good rundown on a new PIC32 based Micro-controller-Computer system that was about to be released. These...

About a month ago, I gave a very good rundown on a new PIC32 based Micro-controller-Computer system that was about to be released. These boards arrived yesterday, and prices start at around $33. Just add a PS2 keyboard, and a VGA monitor, and you have your Micro-controller-Computer system. This is an open source hardware & software project. Olimex-DuinoMite: http://www.dontronics-shop...


TMS470R1A256 - Wiggler ARM-JTAG question

Started by codic in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I'm using an ARM-JTAG dongle interface (which uses parallel port, and is Macraigor Wiggler compatible) to program a TMS470R1A256 on...

Hi, I'm using an ARM-JTAG dongle interface (which uses parallel port, and is Macraigor Wiggler compatible) to program a TMS470R1A256 on a TMS470-P256 board (made by Olimex). I have been able to load the application to RAM and to flash, but when executed from flash, the applicaton runs 16 times slowlier. Using the debugging feature of the ARM-JTAG, I have stopped the execution in both cases...


USB 2.0 High speed 480Mbit device controller

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies

Hi, It seems I can't find anything else than CY7C68013? With the plenty of USB 2.0 High speed devices around novadays (like cameras, audio,...

Hi, It seems I can't find anything else than CY7C68013? With the plenty of USB 2.0 High speed devices around novadays (like cameras, audio, even flash disks) I do wonder what peoples do use? Google and Digikey don't show anything but Cypress. Best regards Tsvetan --- PCB prototypes for $26 at http://run.to/pcb (http://www.olimex.com/pcb) Development boards for ARM, AVR, PIC, MAXQ2000 ...


OpenOCD, JTAG, ARM

Started by Michael Welle in comp.arch.embedded5 years ago 27 replies

Hello, I have this ARM eval board from IAR/Olimex. Suddenly (what ever that means) it stopped working. I can't connect anymore: ~> openocd...

Hello, I have this ARM eval board from IAR/Olimex. Suddenly (what ever that means) it stopped working. I can't connect anymore: ~> openocd -f /usr/share/openocd/scripts/interface/jlink.cfg -f ~/iar_lpc4088.cfg Open On-Chip Debugger 0.8.0-rc1 (2014-04-13-09:11) Licensed under GNU GPL v2 For bug reports, read http://openocd.sourceforge.net/doc/doxygen/bugs.html Info : only one tr


LPC1788 versus LPC2478

Started by JeGy in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 3 replies

Hi, I have a project running on a LPC2478 with a QVGA LCD, similar to the Olimex LPC2478-STK (a subset ). It runs at 72MHz. The size of my...

Hi, I have a project running on a LPC2478 with a QVGA LCD, similar to the Olimex LPC2478-STK (a subset ). It runs at 72MHz. The size of my code is approaching the 500k limit, so I have tried to cross load the code from a serial flash to external SD-RAM and execute the code from the external SD-RAM. In this way my code can exceed the 500k limit. Unfortunately, the execution speed is...


Rowley Crosswork Debug and CCLK

Started by 1N in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 2 replies

Hello, does anybody know why the peripherals clock is not working when simulating my application with Crosswork Debug? My board is an Olimex...

Hello, does anybody know why the peripherals clock is not working when simulating my application with Crosswork Debug? My board is an Olimex OKI-H5003, with an ARM7TDMI Oki core. I want to specify that the application is working fine on the board, so the code is ok. I just want to simulate the application to see what actually happens but none of the peripherals is working (already tried...


Use of TRST on ST vs. Luminary ARM JTAG?

Started by Tim Wescott in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 6 replies

I'm using an ST ARM Cortex part for the first time. I've been using Luminary parts until now. I notice that on the Olimex demo board for the...

I'm using an ST ARM Cortex part for the first time. I've been using Luminary parts until now. I notice that on the Olimex demo board for the STM32F103RBT6, they have the JTAG TRST pin connected, but on the Luminary eval board for the LM3S811 the TRST pin is left open. Does anyone know why this is? Is it just that the TRST pin is sorta optional, and the Luminary folks weren't in a m...


Pic and ICSP

Started by Sampei in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 3 replies

I shoud program a PIC16f877A with a jdm based programmer (PIC-PG2: http://www.olimex.com/dev/pic-pg2c.html) and IC-prog. I found a schematic...

I shoud program a PIC16f877A with a jdm based programmer (PIC-PG2: http://www.olimex.com/dev/pic-pg2c.html) and IC-prog. I found a schematic for ICSP connection with a jdm-programmer (http://www.jdm.homepage.dk/icsp.htm) but i used instead 1n4448 diode a 1n4148. It doesn't works. Someone can help me? Thanks -- I have a little dreidel, I made it out of clay And when it's dry and ready,...


msp430 MCLK doesn't work with XT2 clock source

Started by el_777 in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 2 replies

I'm working with the ms430-449STK2 olimex development kit that IAR distributes with its software, "XT2 = 8Mhz" The problem is that I can't...

I'm working with the ms430-449STK2 olimex development kit that IAR distributes with its software, "XT2 = 8Mhz" The problem is that I can't select the XT2 as a clock source for the MCLK. In fact I make this instruction: FLL_CTL1 = (SELS + SELM1) & (~XT2OFF); and the IAR IDE show me that the right bits are sets, as follows: SELM1 = 1 SELM0 = 0 XT20FF= 0 SELS = 1 However the MCLK w...


Wiggler with WinXP

Started by Thomas Motz in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 10 replies

Hi all, I tried to use the Wiggler compatible JTAG Adapter from Olimex with OCD Commander. Under Win2K it works fine. On my new PC under...

Hi all, I tried to use the Wiggler compatible JTAG Adapter from Olimex with OCD Commander. Under Win2K it works fine. On my new PC under WinXP it fails. Commander gives the message "Adapter not connected" A parallel printer works fine on this LPT Port. Macraigor wrote that the Commander works with Win XP. Has anybody used this combination? Do I need special drivers for LPT Port unde...


Unable to Connect to BlueBoard LPC-1768-H Target

Started by stripes in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 1 reply

Using Olimex ARM-USB-OCD-H JTAG Debugger and CrossWorks connected to a NGX = Technologies BlueBoard LPC-1768-H. When trying to connect to the...

Using Olimex ARM-USB-OCD-H JTAG Debugger and CrossWorks connected to a NGX = Technologies BlueBoard LPC-1768-H. When trying to connect to the target usi= ng CrossWorks software (Generic FT2332 Device) get the following error: "Cannot identify target. Check JTAG connections and that the target is powe= red" Each time I try to connect I see that two of the board's LEDs D4 and D8 fla= sh. N...


OLIMEX EASYWEB II polarity

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 9 replies

I have an easyweb II development board but I don't have the AC adapter. I have a universal adapter, does anyone know what the right polarity is...

I have an easyweb II development board but I don't have the AC adapter. I have a universal adapter, does anyone know what the right polarity is for the board? Is it positive inside negative outside, or positive outside negative inside? I'd really appreciate any help thanks