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products:wizwiki_w7500:start_getting_started:write_firmware [2015/05/21 12:29]
markyu [Using the ISP]
products:wizwiki_w7500:start_getting_started:write_firmware [2018/08/08 13:18] (current)
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 Writing firmware into WIZwiki-W7500 has four ways.\\ Writing firmware into WIZwiki-W7500 has four ways.\\
   *Using the CMSIS-DAP (Drag and Drop)   *Using the CMSIS-DAP (Drag and Drop)
-  *[[:​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​write_firmware:​keil_cmsis_dap|Using the CMSIS-DAP]] (through ​keil+  *[[:​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​write_firmware:​keil_cmsis_dap|Using the CMSIS-DAP]] (through ​Keil uVision5
-  *Using the ISP+  *[[products:​w7500:​documents:​appnote:​isptool|Go to ISP tool manual & Program download]]
   *[[:​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​write_swd_debugger | Using the SWD Debugger]]   *[[:​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​write_swd_debugger | Using the SWD Debugger]]
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 {{page>​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​write_firmware:​keil_cmsis_dap}} {{page>​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​write_firmware:​keil_cmsis_dap}}
-===== Using the ISP ===== +----
-**W7500 ISP Program** +
-  *{{{{:​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​| W7500 ISP Program Download}}+
-When W7500 is in the boot mode, firmware writing is possible via the ISP since WIZwiki-W7500 has built-in an 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.\\+==== Reference ====
-Please refer the block diagram setting as below.\\+  *[[:​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​debugging_w7500#​set_flash_algorithm | Set Flash Algorithm]]
-{{ :​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​getting_started:​isp_block.png?​direct&​800 | ISP Block Diagram}}  ​+----
- +===== Using the ISP ===== 
-** To follow ** +{{page>products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:write_firmware:ISP}}
- +
-1. Run "​W7500_ISP (20xxxxxx) .exe"​.\\ +
-{{ :​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​getting_started:​isp.png?​direct&​800 | ISP Program}} +
- +
-2. To make WIZwiki-W7500 enter the Boot Mode, press the SW1 once while keeping the SW2 pressed.\\ +
- +
-3. Select the 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 click the open button of ISP tool, we suggest you to test it in other terminal windows. \\ +
-After opening serial port using the terminal windows,​enter the capital "​U"​. If it is in the ISP mode, you can see the returned character.** +
-{{ :products:​wizwiki_w7500:​getting_started:​isp_set.png?​direct&​800 | ISP Program Setting}} +
- +
-4. Click "​Browse"​ to select the binary file.\\ +
-{{ :​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​getting_started:​isp_start.png?​direct&​800 | 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.\\ +
-{{ :​products:​wizwiki_w7500:getting_started:isp_complete.png?​direct&​200 | ISP Complete}}+
 ---- ----
 {{page>​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​write_swd_debugger}} {{page>​products:​wizwiki_w7500:​start_getting_started:​write_swd_debugger}}
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