ATSAMX7EA UPLOAD CODE

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Hello dear all,

I am newbie to ATMEL and its microprocessors. I want to find sth but couldn't find it on internet. My problem is that I want to upload my code to microprocessor which I used without emulator. My microprocessor is on handmade circuit not carrier board. The processor is ATSAMX7EA. 

Thanks for replies.

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Some revision 6 kits may have SAM V71 devices marked as ATSAMX7EA-AU-ES2, these devices are equivalent to ATSAMV71Q21A-AAB-ES2.

The quote is from  http://ww1.microchip.com/downloa...

Does it help?

/Lars

 

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Lajon wrote:

Some revision 6 kits may have SAM V71 devices marked as ATSAMX7EA-AU-ES2, these devices are equivalent to ATSAMV71Q21A-AAB-ES2.

The quote is from  http://ww1.microchip.com/downloa...

Does it help?

/Lars

 

I know this board. However, we can not remove our microp from our PCB. There are sensors on the board using the my microp. So, the solution must be within the our PCB.

Last Edited: Wed. Sep 19, 2018 - 02:27 PM
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As Lajon says your processor is a ATSAMV71Q21A, not a ATSAMX7EA.  So you need the ability to load your program into the builtin flash memory of a SAM V71 processor.

 

The most common way to program the chip is to use the SWD port on the chip with a programmer.  Segger makes some really good products.  They have a flash programmer only which is typically used by the production/manufacturing staff.  They also have a debug/trace unit that both programs and works with Atmel's debugger, typically used by the engineering staff.  I've used the J-Link Base model with very good results coming from the development side of projects:  https://www.segger.com/products/...

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It should also have a built-in sam-ba bootloader, i.e., you can flash it using USB or USART.

/Lars

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Thank you all for replies. I made a research but couldn't find any information. How can I upload code to my microprocessor without ATMEL-ICE.

 

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