Programming a Silicon Labs’ EFM32 zero gecko with python via the Bus Pirate

Posted on Tuesday, January 28th, 2014 in Bus Pirate by DP


‏@andete  tweeted:

programming a +Silicon Labs  EFM32 zero gecko with python via the Bus Pirate; code at Github andete/PySWD (based on other people’s work) ; it’s really slow though; I should add fast programming mode based on the code in an0062

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2 Responses to “Programming a Silicon Labs’ EFM32 zero gecko with python via the Bus Pirate”

  1. tayken says:

    That looks like a Bus Pirate. :)

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