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UNITACMP.dll up to date?
Larry C. May 6, 2016 at 01:34 PM (13:34 hours)
Staff: Takao Y.

  • We purchased the UNITACMP.dll in 2014.  Our device is a KL04Z16VLC4 processor. We are getting intermittent read errors when using the BDM to read out parameters used for calibration. There appear to be fewer errors on a Windows XP computer than on a Windows 7 one. 

    We have version Is there an updated version of the dll?



  • Greetings,

    You can find what the current version and release notes of your product by just going to the product page (our release notes for this product is lacking unfortunately):

    So yes, there are updates available for purchase. Our software upgrade policy is you get free updates within a year of purchase. Within 2 years you can get a 50% discount on upgrades. If you believe you are entitled to a discount, please go to Support page -> Support requests and submit a request and disclose information like order/invoice numbers. Otherwise, you will have to purchase a new license.

    DO NOT disclose your order/invoice or other private information on the public forums.

    For your issue, is there a specific command you are calling that is causing the problem? If you ran the calibration on the same board and setup over and over would you eventually have the problem?

    Takao Yamada

    • I missed the version information when I looked at the product page.  

      Yes, the same function call to read out an address block is used in multiple places in the software. The reading can be repeated successfully for the majority of the times, but fail to get a response occasionally. We are also looking at noise and other factors.

      Thank you,

  • Greetings,

    Were you able to isolate the issue?

    Takao Yamada

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