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Thread: XMC Link + XMC4500 F100

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    Beginner Beginner persike will become famous soon enough
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    XMC Link + XMC4500 F100

    Hello everyone,

    I've been trying to upload a firmware (using a XMC Link) to custom PCB which contains a XMC4500-F100, but I'm having some difficulties.

    I'm using the following connection scheme:
    J-Link 8 Pin XMC MCU -> XMC4500 F100 Pins
    1 - CLK -> TMS/SWDIO (Pin 66)
    2 - DATA -> TCK/SWCLK (Pin 67)
    3 - 3V3 -> 3V3
    4 - GND -> GND

    I got the following error:
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    Here are the parameters that I've been using:
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    I checked with a voltmeter and there is no 3.3V between pins 3 and 4 of the J-Link 8 Pin connector. Is it normal or maybe my XMC Link is not working properly?
    Windows can recognize it when I plug the USB.
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    Thanks in advance.
    Best Regards,

  2. #2

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    jferreira will become famous soon enough
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    Oct 2012

    The XMC Link documentation states:
    2.3 Power supply
    XMC™ Link is powered from the Micro USB plug and typically draws about 70mA. The on-board voltage
    regulator IFX54441LDV33 generates the required 3.3 V for the XMC4200microcontroller out of the 5 V USB
    voltage. The debug probe is not designed to provide power for the target device.
    The target application must power the isolated part of the debugger. The isolated side the XMC™ Link draws a
    few mA of current from the target application.
    The views expressed here are my personal opinions, have not been reviewed or authorized by Infineon and do not necessarily represent the views of Infineon.

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