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10-11-2017 08:30 PM
For my application, I need to use SPI, IrDA, I2C, some digital I/Os - so I have narrowed down to EFM32TG210F32.device and working on pcb design.
I am looking for a programming option for my custom board, can anyone please help how can I program+debug my board over SWDIO+SWCLK interface?
Once I have a finvel version of code for my board, I can use the USB bootloader, but that will be only for a small quantity of boards. What is the production option for programming large quantity of custom boards?
Thanks in advance!
Solved! Go to Solution.
10-12-2017 02:02 AM
The programming option was avaible in this KB.
By the way, I think EFM32TG don't have USB bootloader, it support the UART bootloader.
For large quantity of device programming, I guess a "3rd party standalone programmer" and "In-House Programming" are a good choices.
10-12-2017 10:23 AM
Thanks for your reply and information!
And during code development, for program/debug my custom board, I can use any starter kit? I have a Zero Gecko starter kit (STK3201A), can I use this to program/debug my Tiny Gecko custom board?