4. List of Figures¶

Figure 1 - SmartSnippets™ Toolbox ribbon menu

Figure 2 - View ribbon group

Figure 3 - Programmer ribbon group for DA1453x family

Figure 4 - Programmer ribbon group for DA1469x family

Figure 5 - Manager ribbon group for DA1453x family

Figure 6 - Manager ribbon group for DA1469x family

Figure 7 - Configurator ribbon group for DA1453x family

Figure 8 - Monitor ribbon group for DA1458x family

Figure 9 - Estimator ribbon group for DA1458x family

Figure 10 - Devices Menu

Figure 11 - UART Menu

Figure 12 - JTAG Menu

Figure 13 - SP Info Menu

Figure 14 - Device Info

Figure 15 - Device Detection Results

Figure 16 - Advanced Settings Menu

Figure 17 - Device Settings Menu

Figure 18 - Example of error on loading a library

Figure 19 - Develop and run a program from OTP for DA1453x, DA14585/6

Figure 20 - Application window when device is unknown

Figure 21 - Advanced settings for COM port.

Figure 22 - Application update dialog.

Figure 23 - Application update download.

Figure 24 - Application update installation.

Figure 25 - Application update uninstallation of older versions.

Figure 26 - Support Pack Selection Logic.

Figure 27 - Support Pack Chooser.

Figure 28 - Support Pack Structure.

Figure 29 - Support Pack Location Info.

Figure 30 - SDK validation failure.

Figure 31 - Support Pack Updater.

Figure 32 - SP Updates not available with custom SPs.

Figure 33 - Board setup screen.

Figure 34 - Single UART communication.

Figure 35 - RAM tool with support for code and data image download (DA1468x and DA1469x families).

Figure 36 - RAM tool with support for code image download (DA1458x, DA1453x and DA14585/586 families).

Figure 37 - DA14580/581/583 device JTAG options.

Figure 38 - Power Profiler run snapshot.

Figure 39 - Power Profiler while capturing data.

Figure 40 - Power Profiler while capturing data with proper zooming.

Figure 41 - Power Profiler software cursors.

Figure 42 - Power Profiler configuration HW Settings.

Figure 43 - Power Profiler configuration Chart Settings.

Figure 44 - Clear Power Profiler calibration offset.

Figure 45 - Note the ‘Avg Current (mA)’ value.

Figure 46 - Set the new Power Profiler calibration offset value.

Figure 47 - Sleep Mode Advisor.

Figure 48 - Battery Lifetime Estimator for DA14580/581/583 and DA14585/6 families.

Figure 49 - Battery Lifetime Estimator for DA1453x family.

Figure 50 - Connection and Advertising Interval validation.

Figure 51 - OTP tool for DA1469x family.

Figure 52 - OTP tool for DA1453x family.

Figure 53 - Warning popup when user tries to burn read only field..

Figure 54 - Cache Architecture Settings.

Figure 55 - Serial Configuration Mapping.

Figure 56 - Warning when writing zeroes on non-zero memory location.

Figure 57 - Request permission to burn the header fields.

Figure 58 - Proceed write OTP Header.

Figure 59 - DA14580/581/583 Header validation tests.

Figure 60 - Application programmed flag.

Figure 61 - Manage Configuration Script dialog for DA1469x.

Figure 62 - Manage Configuration Script dialog for DA14531.

Figure 63 - Register Configuration in CS for DA1469x.

Figure 64 - Register selection in CS whose name contain ‘time’ for DA14531.

Figure 65 - Trim/Callibration values in CS.

Figure 66 - Booter value in CS.

Figure 67 - Disabling development mode in CS.

Figure 68 - Specifying Uart STX timeout in CS.

Figure 69 - Available filters for CS section.

Figure 70 - Info icon available on CS registers.

Figure 71 - Bitfield information for a CS register.

Figure 72 - OTP NVDS.

Figure 73 - Flash Code tool for DA1469x family.

Figure 74 - Preparing flash image for DA1469x family devices.

Figure 75 - Generate flash programmer binary on KEIL to support bypass mode for DA14531.

Figure 76 - QSPI NVPARAMS Programmer.

Figure 77 - EEPROM Programmer.

Figure 78 - EEPROM save memory to file.

Figure 79 - Program SPI/EEPROM wizard: Intro page.

Figure 80 - Program SPI/EEPROM wizard: Work-flow.

Figure 81 - Program SPI/EEPROM wizard: Encryption page.

Figure 82 - Program SPI/EEPROM wizard: Multi image page.

Figure 83 - Program SPI/EEPROM wizard: Bootloader page.

Figure 84 - Program SPI/EEPROM wizard: Offsets page.

Figure 85 - Flash Data tool.

Figure 86 - Proprietary Header Programmer.

Figure 87 - Header model format.

Figure 88 - QSPI Partition Table.

Figure 89 - Software patch over the air (SPOTA).

Figure 90 - SPOTA Emulator selection.

Figure 91 - SPOTA I2C options.

Figure 92 - SPOTA SPI options.

Figure 93 - SPOTA Patch Download.

Figure 94 - Software update over the air (SUOTA).

Figure 95 - SUOTA Image Update.

Figure 96 - Error on downloading the same firmware file twice.

Figure 97 - Data Rate Monitor connection successful.

Figure 98 - Data Rate Monitor - Start Transmission.

Figure 99 - UART Terminal.

Figure 100 - Default Terminal Scripting menu.

Figure 101 - Terminal Window and Command Prompt.

Figure 102 - Firmware download.

Figure 103 - Batch file loader.

Figure 104 - CSV file formatter.

Figure 105 - Console Settings.

Figure 106 - UART connection.

Figure 107 - Settings for Terminal Scripting.

Figure 108 - RF Master tests.

Figure 109 - RF Master’s Ribbon.

Figure 110 - Le Transmitter.

Figure 111 - Sample log output for LE Tx Command.

Figure 112 - Le Receiver.

Figure 113 - Sample log output for LE Rx Command.

Figure 114 - Continuous Tx.

Figure 115 - Sample log output for Continuous Tx Start command.

Figure 116 - Sample log output for Continuous Tx Stop command.

Figure 117 - Unmodulated Tx/Rx.

Figure 118 - Sample log output for unmodulated Tx Start command.

Figure 119 - Sample log output for unmodulated Rx Start command.

Figure 120 - Sample log output for unmodulated Stop command.

Figure 121 - Sleep.

Figure 122 - Sample log output for Sleep command.

Figure 123 - Enhanced LE Tx.

Figure 124 - Sample log output for Enhanced LE Tx command.

Figure 125 - Enhanced LE Rx.

Figure 126 - Sample log output for Enhanced LE Rx command.

Figure 127 - Sample log output for Enhanced LE Rx test with RF Stats selected.

Figure 128 - Continuous Tx.

Figure 129 - Sample log output for Continuous Tx command.

Figure 130 - Continuous Rx.

Figure 131 - Sample log output for Continuous Rx command.

Figure 132 - Reading 10 words from OTP.

Figure 133 - Sample log output for OTP read.

Figure 134 - Miscellaneous panel.

Figure 135 - Sample log output for FW get version command.

Figure 136 - Sample log output for read ADC command.

Figure 137 - Sample log output for uart loop command with input value 0x123456789ABCDEF.

Figure 138 - Sample log output for sensor action read command.

Figure 139 - Custom Action panel.

Figure 140 - Sample log output for custom action command with input value 0xBB.

Figure 141 - Tx Power configuration in test mode.

Figure 142 - Sample log output for Tx Power configuration in test mode (power index: 4, coarse attenuation: 40, FEM fine attenuation: 2).

Figure 143 - Tx Power configuration in normal mode.

Figure 144 - Sample log output for Tx Power configuration in normal mode (power index: 17, air operation: Advertising).

Figure 145 - RF Calibration.

Figure 146 - Sample log output with RF Calibration results.

Figure 147 - XTAL Manager for DA1458x, DA1453x, DA14585/586 and DA1468x family devices.

Figure 148 - XTAL Manager for DA1469x family devices.

Figure 149 - Sample log output for XTAL read command.

Figure 150 - Sample log output for Xtal auto calibration command on P1_05.

Figure 151 - Reading/Writing CLK_REF_SEL_REG.

Figure 152 - Filtering registers’ tree by entering part of their name in the search text field.

Figure 153 - Dumping info of CLK_REF_SEL_REG to the log.

Figure 154 - IO Manager tool.

Figure 155 - Sample log output for read gpio command for GPIO P0_04.

Figure 156 - Preview of SUOTA tool..

Figure 157 - Add manually a new or hidden device..

Figure 158 - Request and review information on connected remote targets.

Figure 159 - Updating selected remote targets.

Figure 160 - Log apply filter menu.

Figure 161 - Log apply filter system messages.

Figure 162 - Select SDK root as SmartSnippets™ Studio workspace.

Figure 163 - SDK tools wizard.

Figure 164 - Browse for plt_fw project location inside SDK.

Figure 165 - Import plt_fw project.

Figure 166 - Build plt_fw project.

Figure 167 - Browse for plt_fw binary.

Figure 168 - Keil workspace after prod_test project load.

Figure 169 - Compilation messages.

Figure 170 - Error connecting with JTAG.