I try to burn a SwitchOnOff image on a ZGM130S based NEW board.
I tried to use Wireless Starter Kit (BRD4001A) and Debug connector in the board (pin1:VCC, pin2:SWDIO, pin3:GND, pin4:SWCLK). A ZGM130S based new board
has been connected to the Wireless Starter Kit (BRD4001A) through debug connector (4wire SWD interface).
I have changed the "debug mode" option from default "MCU" to "Debug OUT" in the SimplicityStudio Debug Adapter option as the document suggests.
The problem is that nothing is detected. a ZGM130S based new board is not detected. Even the original ZGM130S Radio Board (SLWRB4202A) is not detected.
The Debug connector connector pin connection (pin1:VCC, pin2:SWDIO, pin3:GND, pin4:SWCLK) seems to be no problem. I have changed only the "debug mode" option from default "MCU" to "Debug OUT".
I have two problems now.
- a new board is not detected.
- original ZGM130S Radio Board (SLWRB4202A) is not also detected.
Can anyone give a guide to solve this problem ?
Thanks for quick advice.
There is RESET pin (pin 10) in Debug Connector. I will try that.
Do you want to use development board to program your device , if yes here is the link which I have asked :
The following KB article originally written for EFM32 also applies for EFR32 devices.
You should connect these debug signals to P800 connector of BRD4001A, and power your custom board with external power supply since the pin1 of P800 is only for detect and not for power.
Thanks to everyone who gave me information & suggestion.
I have spent almost 2 days and now it is working through Debug Connector with "OUT" mode !!!
At first I added a reset pin. And I have added target part (ZGM130S037HGN1) manually in the Device hardware Tab in the
J-Link SiliconLabs Dialog Window. There was a bug in my logic that the target part will be detected automatically.