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    Flash binary File with Infineon toolbox Infineon Flasher

    Hello,

    Is it possible to flash a binary file with the XMC Flasher from the Infineon Toolbox? I need to build an binary because of EtherCat update ability.
    I only can Flash hex Files with the XMC Flasher....

    Im trying to find a soltion that our production can flash the released version on our Hardware.... Have someone got a good hint for that?

    Best regard
    Florian

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    Hello,

    XMC Flasher tool supports 2 file formats .hex and .srec. Currently, it does not support binary file (.bin).
    Could you please provide more details, why you need to program a .bin file to XMC MCU?

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    Sudheesh
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    Hi, because I generate a firmware File within the EtherCat Update example.Sure if i flash via XMC Flasher I can switch to output Format .hex but for EtherCat Update via FoE i don´t want to switch between .bin and .hex

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