Locate your files in the binary folder within Studio and select either the .GBL .EBL or .S37 files for your project.
Flash each binary to a separate Thunderboard, making one Thunderboard the light and one the switch.
commander flash -s XXXXXXXX MyLight.s37 -d EFR32 commander flash -s XXXXXXXX MySwitch.s37 -d EFR32
We need to verify that each application is properly flashed and running. We will check them from the CLI. To connect to the serial terminals, enter either the Simplicity IDE or Network Analyzer view in Studio. Find your WSTKs under Debug Adapters. Right click on each of them and select “Launch Console.” This will bring up your console window. Switch to the Serial 1 header and press enter a few times, this should cause your Project name to appear as your application prompt.
Ensure that both your Light and Switch are working.
Next, we will step through joining each device onto a network and adding the pieces to each so that you can activate the LEDs of your light and the buttons of your switch.