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products:wizwiki_w7500:start_getting_started:write_firmware

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How to write the firmware

Writing firmware in WIZwiki-W7500 has three ways.


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Using the CMSIS-DAP (Drag and drop)

1. When you connect the USB cable to the WIZwiki-W7500, PC recognized as a removable disk. Removable disk name is MBED.

2. you drag and drop or copy the firmware to the removable disk, the firmware writing is completed.  Drag and drop

3. After completing the firmware writing, check to open the removable disk.

4. If “fail.txt” file is exists in the removable disk, it is writing the firmware failed.

5. The number two item attempts again, after pressing the Reset of the WIZwiki- W7500.


Using the ISP

W7500 ISP Program

When W7500 is in the boot mode, firmware writing is possible via the ISP as WIZwiki-W7500 has a built-in ISP header. As ISP header supports the UART signals, you need a converter like TTL to RS232 or TTL to USB in order to connect to your PC.
Make configuration as shown below Block Diagram.

 ISP Block Diagram

To follow

1. Run “W7500_ISP (20xxxxxx) .exe”.
 ISP Program

2. To make WIZwiki-W7500 enter the Boot Mode, press the SW1 while keeping the SW2 pressed.

3. Select a device connected to the ISP header from “Serial Port” and click “Open”. If you entered Boot Mode successfully, then “Serial Open Complete” message will be printed on the status bar at the bottom of window.

Before open button of ISP tool click, you have to test using the terminal windows. After serial port open using the terminal windows,enter the capital “U”. If it is the ISP mode, you can see the returned character.

 ISP Program Setting

4. Click “Browse” to select the binary.
 ISP Program Binary Select

5. Click “ISP Start” button, then the firmware writing will be performed.

6. After the firmware writing completes, the window like below will pop up.
 ISP Complete


products/wizwiki_w7500/start_getting_started/write_firmware.1432083375.txt.gz · Last modified: 2015/05/20 09:56 by ekkim