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  • SEGGER - MichaelF -

    Replied to the thread I2C programming EEprom with Flasher ATE.

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    Hi Bjarne, many thanks for the feedback. --- CASE CLOSED --- Best regards, Michael
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    Replied to the thread I2C programming EEprom with Flasher ATE.

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    Hi Bjarne, you could split the EEPROM data into 2 part and apply e.g. 4 patch to the first part and 2 two the second. Best regards, Michael
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    Replied to the thread I2C programming EEprom with Flasher ATE.

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    Hello Bjarne, the Flasher programs only one line per target device. If you want to apply more than one patch to a target all patches must be in one line. Or you use the "#auto patch" command and add the patch data after the command. Best…
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    Replied to the thread I2C programming EEprom with Flasher ATE.

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    Hi Bjarne, you can use the auto patch command for that. The syntax is described in the manual. Please note the data file must contain these areas at least filled with dummy data. Best regards, Michael
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    Replied to the thread I2C programming EEprom with Flasher ATE.

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    Hello Bjarne, the lines SDA, SDL, GND, VTref need to be connected. The 24LC512, you mentioned in all posts before, has 128 bytes / page. In case of the 24LC025 the page size should be 16 bytes and you should use the 24C02 device in the Universal Flash…
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    Replied to the thread I2C programming EEprom with Flasher ATE.

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    Hi Bjarne, We checked your file. We found two points: 1) the page size should be 128 byte as the spec says. But should not be the root cause. 2) the error, reported in the last post, looks like the write protect pin is set to protected. Can you check…