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Create tons of SAP images from tons of *srec files
Jonathan M. May 5, 2017 at 07:08 PM (19:08 hours)
Staff: Johnny N.

  • Hi community!

    Does anyone knows how can I create a lot of SAP images in order to program a lot of devices?

    Each image contains same working firmware, different metadata, which make every device unique.

    Thanks a lot!

    Yours sincerely

    Jon, M.




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      • Hi,

        We actually provide several different ways to program dynamic data after the main application has been programmed onto the target board

        1) Select an ASCII file (*.ser) that contains the range of serial numbers (up to 16 bytes) that you want programmed into firmware application SAP image. The Cyclone will automatically increment each time a board is programmed successfully.

        https://www.pemicro.com/newsletter/experts_corner/2005_08_17/serialize.cfm
        https://www.pemicro.com/blog/index.cfm?post_id=56

        2) Our Automated Control Package (Professional or Enterprise Edition) has a read dynamic data and program dynamic data routines that can program any serial data you want. The serial numbers do not need to be in order which the previous Serializer method requires. Your calling application can keep track of the serial numbers based on the board that is being programmed and then passing the appropriate data in a buffer through a pointer to the DLL.

        Regards,
        Johnny
        Pemicro

        • Hi again Johnny!

          If my firmware original source is a *.bin file that is processed in order to write the specific data, then converted to a *.SAP image thanks to your tools.

          The preprocessing takes two metadata bin files, then adds the data of those to specific address of the main firmware file.

          Can we instead write that data with your tools? If so, how can it be? Taking into account the type of the source files.

          Thanks a lot!

          Kind regards,

          Jon M.

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