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14EM03-00 - MENMON (Firmware) for EM3, EM3A, EM8, EM8A, A14C and F13 (object code)

MENMON (Firmware) for EM3, EM3A, EM8, EM8A, A14C and F13 (object code)

Supported MEN Boards

  • EM3
  • EM3A
  • EM8
  • EM8A
  • A14C
  • F13

WARNING:

Please be aware that you do MENMON updates at your own risk. After an incorrect update your CPU board may not be able to boot.

WARNING:

After a MENMON update, the hardware revision displayed by MENMON will most probably be different from the actual hardware revision of your CPU board, because MENMON follows MEN's hardware revision updates.

Update Instructions

  • Unzip the file "menmon_EM3.zip" into a temporary directory.
  • Connect a terminal emulation program with the COM1 port of your target board and set the terminal emulation program to 9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, no handshaking (if you haven't changed the target baudrate on your own).
  • Power on your target board, and press "ESC" immediately.
  • In your terminal emulation program, you should see the "MenMon>" prompt.
  • Enter "SERDL MENMON". You should now see a "C" character appear every 3 seconds.
  • In your terminal emulation program, start a "YModem" download of file "menmon_STD.smm" (for example, with Windows Hyperterm, select "Transfer|Send File" Protocol="YModem").
  • When the download is completed, reset the target CPU board.

Licensing Information

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14EM03-00

MENMON (Firmware) for EM3, EM3A, EM8, EM8A, A14C and F13 (object code)

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