'synergy' Serial Key
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'synergy' Serial Key
Welcome, this is the second guide on using the DK-S124 available from Digi-Key at This guide will cover identifying the pins/ports on the development board to use, setting the proper switch configuration, creating a new project in e2 studio, using the Synergy Software Package for setting up UART and sending/receiving data over UART. This guide assumes you have a working development environment set up (such as the one configured in the previous guide, +Started+with+the+Renesas+DK-S124 ), a DK-S124 to run the code on and also a way to send and receive serial data. For sending and receiving serial data, this guide will be using PuTTY, a free program for Windows available here: PuTTY: a free SSH and Telnet client and a USB to Serial adapter, like this one
Also note that for this guide, a baud of 9600 with 8 data bits, no parity and 1 stop bit will be used. You may use a different setup, but remember to configure your serial communications setup in kind.After you have added your properties, press Generate Project Content in the upper right corner of the Threads area. This will configure your project to use the settings you have just added.
After the code has been copied in, press the hammer icon to watch it build. If everthing has been entered correcty, the project should build after a short time. If there are errors or warnings, be sure to double check that everything has been entered correctly. Once the project builds, it is time to upload it to the board. Plug your board into the computer using the USB A to USB micro cable, making sure to use the debugging port on the side of the board next to the battery holder and not the one at the top of the board next to the screw terminal block.Next, PuTTY will be set up to show the serial communications. 076b4e4f54