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How to use a J-LINK with ADICUP360

I have been working with the ADICUP360. Awesome tool! I have progressed to where I need to connect the board to my J-LINK probe and am having trouble. I see from the schematics that the 10-pin Cortex debug connector P16 connects to the M360 SWD pins, but also to the on-board SDA interface. How han I force the SDA interface to relinquish contol and allow the J-LINK to control the SWD pins?

Thanks in advance!

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  • FormerMember
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on Dec 6, 2016 2:50 PM

Hi Steven,

Glad to hear you like the ADICUP360 board

So I'm a bit curious as to why you are using a J-Link to attach to the ADICUP360.   There is an on board debugger/programmer for you to use, which connects directly to the USB port of your PC.

There is also a way to directly load the on board programmer with a binary or hex file, and you can simply drag and drop the file you wish to load via the "MBED" drive that shows up as a removable drive.

Which tool chain are you using?  We provide a set of tools with instructions which can be used with the ADICUP360.  You can find all those details and many more up here on our user guide.

Cheers,

Brandon

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  • FormerMember
    0 FormerMember
on Dec 6, 2016 2:50 PM

Hi Steven,

Glad to hear you like the ADICUP360 board

So I'm a bit curious as to why you are using a J-Link to attach to the ADICUP360.   There is an on board debugger/programmer for you to use, which connects directly to the USB port of your PC.

There is also a way to directly load the on board programmer with a binary or hex file, and you can simply drag and drop the file you wish to load via the "MBED" drive that shows up as a removable drive.

Which tool chain are you using?  We provide a set of tools with instructions which can be used with the ADICUP360.  You can find all those details and many more up here on our user guide.

Cheers,

Brandon

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