I want to know about the parameters of Energy Profiler. How is the energy score associated with the battery life of coin cell (CR2032). In the attached image I ran the test for an hour and got an average current of about 9.25uA. Now according to the CR2032 specification, it has a rating of 225mAH. So how much life of battery can be achieved?
I am using Simplicity Studio along with Gecko SDK suite (Flex v184.108.40.206) for my application development.
I just want to configure the build process to build source files based on Environment variables using Simplicity studio.
Does anyone have inputs on this?
I'm trying to debug the firmware on custom hardware. I've go no problem after this morning. Now I can't debug anymore. I receive a "fail to read memory" in disassembly window.
I'm looking for unlock debug mode and unprotect memory, but I can't fix the problem.
What can I do?
I'm on simplicity studio platform 4.1.13, gnu arm v4.9.3, bluetooth 220.127.116.11 and the device is BGM111.
i'm struggling to build my project on debian, aswell as on ubuntu. while compiling i get following error:
"wine: error while loading shared libraries: cannot create cache for search path: cannot allocate memory"
i installed simplicity studio a year ago on an ubuntu exactly the same way, and it worked without a problem. i have no clue why it isn't working.
i can run wine --version in the wine/bin directory and this seems to work.
anyone else had this problem?
thank you so much for your help!
I have been trying to build a BLE project on simplicity studio in a windows environment. However, if I edit the GATT characteristics and hit generate, I get the following error and the build fails:
It doesn't matter if the GATT characteristics are configured or not, I always get a similar error even if I click generate on an empty project.
Am I missing something in the software configuration perhaps?
I have had to re-install simplicity studio on a brand new computer. I am developping BLE applications on EFR32G13. The bluetooth 2.6 SDK seems to be properly installed, but it is impossible to select it as a preferred SDK ... I have uninstalled and re-installed simplicity studio 10 times this week end, completely removed all files in c:\silicon labs ... but I always get the same problem. When I plug my starter kit, the wizard proposes to install penty of things, including the Bluetooth 2.6 SDK. Then it takes more than 1 hour to get installed. Then, when the install is over, I cannot see anything related to Bluetooth :( I have a working setup on another PC, but I need to have this PC also working ...)
I've generated the DynamicMultiprotocolDemoLightSoc example using the application builder in SS4 and Bluetooth 18.104.22.168 stack.
Board is BRD4161, Part is EFR32MG12P432F1024GL125, Toolchain is IAR V7.8, ZCL V2, 22.214.171.124, and tools are updated.
I can get a good compile without errors, but usually has warnings.
Without modifying any of the Plugins, Callbacks, or General tab functions, if I select the Generate button again, I noticed that the cli.h file will get updated and get bigger and some source files in my project will get excluded from the build. The excluded files change randomly each time I press the Generate button.
Shutting down SS4 and restarting seems to help, especially with the cli.h file expansion.
Has anyone else seen this problem?
Thanks in advance.
I would like to use the BG Tool from Simplicity Studios v4 for a BGM113.
My OS (Windows 7 latest updates and service packs installed) just crashes when BGTool is started. It just responds with "BGTool.exe has stopped working."
Is this error already known? Any hints or solutions? Did anyone also face this problem?
I have a .bgproj file, which I would like to import with BG Tool.
The following error message.
An internal error occurred during: "Creating Example Project".
Could not initialize class com.silabs.ss.platform.api.scripting.core.Script$SingletonHolder
What is the Easiest Way to Save a Project on one Computer and Copy and Restore the Complete Project on a Different Computer?
I may also just want to Save a Project for Future Use.
i have a problem generating the SOC empty example of blue gecko (efr32bg1b232f256gm48): I click on File->new->SiliconLabs Abb Builder Project, use bluetooth SDK->select the latest ble SDK (V2.6.0) and the SOC-Empty example project. The project generation (sometimes) succeeds, but when i press the generate button, the message in the image occures.
This only happens at stack 2.6.0, 2.4.2 works properly.