Difference: FlashMemory (24 vs. 25)

Revision 2523 Sep 2020 - ChristopherCosby

Line: 1 to 1
 
META TOPICPARENT name="HcalDTC"
Useful Links
Firmware Files
Line: 95 to 95
 
    1. In the "Select Attached SPI/BPI" dialogue box, select "SPI PROM" in the first pull down box and M25P128 in the second dialogue box (use M25P32 for TTT board!), then hit OK
    2. Right click on the new FLASH box attached to your FPGA in the large sub-window's diagram and select "Program"
    3. This process may take quite a long time, so be patient. The large sub-window will let you know whether the FLASH program was successfull or problematic
Changed:
<
<

>
>
 
  • Configure FPGA using Vivado (as an alternative to iMPACT)
    1. Download the following bit file to your computer (in a known, accessible location):
Line: 106 to 106
 
    1. On the opening screen, click "Open Hardware Manager".
    2. At the top of the screen a bar will appear with the text "No hardware target is open." Click on "Open target" and select "Auto Connect" from the drop down menu.
    3. The device should appear on the left, with sub elements for both of the chips.
Changed:
<
<
    1. We want to program the Spartan chip! Right click on the name of the Spartan chip and select "Program XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
    2. This should open a file browser on your computer. Find and select the bit file that you downloaded at the start of this process.
    3. Once you have done this, click program and select ok
>
>
    1. We want to program the Spartan chip! Right click on the name of the Spartan chip and select "Program Device"
    2. Click on the "..." next to "Bitsteam file". Find and select the bit file that you downloaded at the start of this process. Leave "Debug probes file" black.
    3. Once you have done this, click Program.
 
    1. Your Spartan chip should now be at firmware version 0x6. Do not cycle the power at this point.
    2. Repeat steps 7-10 for the T1 Virtex Chip
Deleted:
<
<
    1. (If you're running a memory test for production testing, proceed with those steps now, before you program flash or power cycle the unit)
 
    1. Use either AMC13Tool.exe in the C++ software or AMC13ToolFlash in the AMC13 software to update the flash for your Spartan and Virtex chips. You should program all 4 flash images (AMC13T2Header, AMC13T2Golden, AMC13T2Vxxxxx.mcs and AMC13T2Vxxxxx.mcs). After this last step is complete you should cycle the power and check that your versions are now the latest ones.

-- JimRohlf - 26 May 2012 \ No newline at end of file

 
This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platform Powered by PerlCopyright © 2008-2020 by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding TWiki? Send feedback