I have the EVAL-ADuC7023QSPZ1kit.
What's the secret to get the ADuC7023 to show up in the tools? :-)
My CD came with ADuC7XXXV0.1 and Version 0.3 of the GetStartedGuide (worthless for this eval board).
I even downloaded the ADuC7XXXV0.2 version of the tools from ftp://ftp.analog.com/pub/MicroConverter/ADuC7XXXV0.2/.
I spent over a day installing/removing/deleting tools/software etc. And, installing from CD, FTP, and websites.
I did get the FDDI chip pin directions all set and I can get the special I2CWSD program to read back a CPU ID of:
ADuC7023i -62 A50
Also, you know that neato hex file suggested in documentation and I2CWSD program:
Well, I don't even have anything close to that in my installed on my PC. :-(
Also, I can't connect with the mIDAS-link. I even downloaded the latest version from Segger (V4.24d). Like µVision3, the J-Flash program doesn't even list the ADuC7023 as a supported CPU (from Project Settings-> CPU -> Device).
I did do a search in the forums first. And, it's clear to me that others are using the ADuC7023. So, I wondering is there's a secrect that I'm missing in getting the ADuC7023 supported in the tools. :-)
Here is the software that I have installed now:
Copyright (c) Keil Elektronik GmbH / Keil Software, Inc. 1995 - 2009
Tool Version Numbers:
Toolchain: RealView MDK-ARM Version: 3.80a
Toolchain Path: BIN40\
C Compiler: Armcc.Exe V22.214.171.1244 [Evaluation]
Assembler: Armasm.Exe V126.96.36.1994 [Evaluation]
Linker/Locator: ArmLink.Exe V188.8.131.524 [Evaluation]
Librarian: ArmAr.Exe V184.108.40.2064 [Evaluation]
Hex Converter: FromElf.Exe V220.127.116.114 [Evaluation]
CPU DLL: SARM.DLL V3.80a
Dialog DLL: DARMAD.DLL V1.14
Target DLL: BIN\UL2ARM.DLL V1.50
Dialog DLL: TARMAD.DLL V1.13
Thanks in advance!
BTW: Sorry for any typos. This message board software should get in sync with the form standards. The Firefox spellchecker will not work in this form. :-( So, my guess is that the same is true for IE.
P.S. IMHO, I suggest that people go with one of the other ADuC702x devices. From what I'm seeing, the ADuC7023 looks like an outlier in the configuration, documentation, boards, and supplier stock. I like the nice ADCs and DACs that the ADuC7023 has. But, from the tool support, and the time from kit introduction, I'm not getting that warm and fuzzy feeling about ADuC7023.