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Author
Slawomir Krolikowski
Posted
4-Jan-2018 18:32 GMT
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New! STM32F407VGT6, sending data to USB flash drive, license trouble

Hello,
I'm using STM32F407VGT6 and Keil µvision v5 with MDK-Lite license. My teacher commised me to make a project which assumes sending data from the accelerometer to the USB flash drive. I'm worried if I need MDK-Plus or MDK-Pro license.

Is it possible to do it using the MDK-Lite license?

I really appreciate any help you can provide.

Author
Andrew Neil
Posted
4-Jan-2018 23:09 GMT
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ARM
New! RE: I'm worried

What, specifically, are you worried about?

Code size?

Features?

Other?

Author
Milorad Cvjetkovic
Posted
5-Jan-2018 06:16 GMT
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New! RE: STM32F407VGT6, sending data to USB flash drive, license trouble

You can see comparison of MDK editions here: http://www2.keil.com/mdk5/selector

And, yes, in your case to write data to USB Flash Disk (USB Host) you need MDK-Pro.

Author
Andrew Neil
Posted
5-Jan-2018 08:16 GMT
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None
New! RE: to write data to USB Flash Disk (USB Host) you need MDK-Pro

Only if you want to use Keil's middleware, surely?

Other options are available.

Author
Slawomir Krolikowski
Posted
7-Jan-2018 10:59 GMT
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None
New! RE: to write data to USB Flash Disk (USB Host) you need MDK-Pro

Thank you Andrew and Milorad for your answer.

Andrew, I'm worried about USB features. I know that the code size is limited to 32 KBytes but I think it's not problem yet. I relied on a tutorial under the following link:

http://www.keil.com/appnotes/files/apnt_268.pdf

While compiling I encountered problem: "Error #602: 'Keil.MDK-Pro::USB:Host:6.11.0': component requires valid MDK-ARM Professional license".

Milorad, I checked the comparison od MDK editions, the table on this page
http://www2.keil.com/mdk5/middleware

is clear for me but I'm thinking whether is another way, not like in mentioned tutorial, to configure USB communication using Keil. If not, which software instead of Keil do you recommend?

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