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Topic: How to design a PCB that allows firmware updates. (Read 4 times) previous topic - next topic

LuisSoares

Hi extent,

I´m interested in the code you wrote:
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If you're interested in perusing this option I can link you my code and schematics, but they are very early in development.


Is it possible to get access to your files?
That would be fantastic... :)

Best regards

Tumbleweed

pnewman,
Why not field boards with ZIF sockets, another at the shop. Program extra chips at the shop, exchange them with the ones in the field, then reprogram again if necessary, back at the shop, for the next update?
No fancy stuff, easily done, and a few more chips.
TomJ
Einstein once said you don't really understand anything until you can explain it to your Grandmother

n3qik

2X on just changing the chip. Our company monkeys  ]:D (AKA service tech) can do it. They do it using a normal dip socket.

Lakes


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