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Wiggler1
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New to Infineon processors. I'm designing an ATE using a RPi as the core. I want to know if it's possible to have the Rpi trigger the mini-wiggler V3 to programme the TC36 MCU. Are there any app notes discussions on how to do this ?

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Hi Wiggler1,

If use DAS, Infineon has below info for reference.

https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/promopages/das/?redirId=53841

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-AP5600410_DAP_miniWiggler-ApplicationNotes-v01_00-EN.pdf?file...

DAP miniWiggler V3 AP56004 is also for your reference.

dw

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Wiggler1
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Hi DW thanks for the reply. Unfortunately none of those app notes/ links provide any information on how to drive the mini-wiggler remotely or via a test jig. 

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Hi Wiggler1,

Please contact PLS to ask if they can help you on the test and programming solution for Mini Wiggler V3.
Currently, there is no a dedicated programing guide for it.

Thanks for your consultation.

dw

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Wiggler1
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Hi DW,

Thanks again I will try to contact them. There is also no documentation such as a user guide for DAS or MCD API ?

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Hi Wiggler1,

The related docs is in the link https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/promopages/das/?redirId=53841

A C++ demo project maybe useful for your development.

dw

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Wiggler1
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Hi DW,

Thanks again but I've already been through all the links on this page they are just marketing presentations documents and very high level, they are not technical user guides.

For example one of the slides in the DAS presentation states remote connection over TCP/IP. I need more info on this, how does MCD API interact with DAS. Does DAS and MCD API run on LINUX or is it windows only ? There's no information on these things on any of the pages.

The Demo project may be useful but again there's no documentation on what the demo project actually does ?

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Hi Wiggler1,

The API is just for reference, for Linux migration or other embedded system customization, 3rd party company could give your help.

If we have more details disclosure in future, I will let you know.

dw

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Wiggler1
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Ok Thanks DW

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Wiggler1
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The Memtool app used to allow remote trigger through batch commands however i'm informed by PLS that the new versions of Infineon Memtool no longer support the batch commands.

The solution for me was to use a 3rd party programmer (Flasher Pro from Segger). They have an API (J-FLASH) which supports Infineon Aurix MCU and also runs cross platform on Linux, Linux ARM (runs on Rapsberry Pi OS no VM required), Mac OS and windows.  The flasher Pro supports both JTAG and DAP.

https://www.segger.com/products/production/flasher/models/flasher-pro/#use-cases

 

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