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If you are using the latest version of the IPRE Fluke, then you need only Start Python and issue the commands:
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If you are using version 0.5 or later of the [[IPRE Fluke]], then you need only Start Python and issue the commands:
  
 
  >>> from myro import *
 
  >>> from myro import *
 
  >>> upgrade("fluke")
 
  >>> upgrade("fluke")
  
If you have an older version of the IPRE Fluke, then you will need to directly connect to the Fluke with a serial cable, provide an external power supply, and download and run the program http://myro.brynmawr.edu/~dblank/lpc21isp-ipre-win.zip:
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If you have an older version (version 0.4 or earlier) of the [[IPRE Fluke]], then you will need to directly connect to the Fluke with a serial cable, provide an external power supply, and download and run the program http://myro.brynmawr.edu/~dblank/lpc21isp-ipre-win.zip:
  
 
  unzip lpc21isp-ipre-win.zip
 
  unzip lpc21isp-ipre-win.zip

Revision as of 18:43, 5 December 2007

If you are using version 0.5 or later of the IPRE Fluke, then you need only Start Python and issue the commands:

>>> from myro import *
>>> upgrade("fluke")

If you have an older version (version 0.4 or earlier) of the IPRE Fluke, then you will need to directly connect to the Fluke with a serial cable, provide an external power supply, and download and run the program http://myro.brynmawr.edu/~dblank/lpc21isp-ipre-win.zip:

unzip lpc21isp-ipre-win.zip
lpc21isp-ipre.exe -control main.hex /dev/tty.usbserial 38400 20000
lpc21isp-ipre.exe -control main.hex com1 38400 20000

The source code for the above can be found:

http://www.roboteducation.org/files/lpc21isp-ipre.c