The RSL10 family from ON Semiconductor is an ultra-low-power SoC designed for use in high−performance applications focused on wearable and medical applications. The SoC features a Cortex-M3 core and supports bluetooth low energy technology and any 2.4 GHz proprietary protocol stacks, without sacrificing power consumption.
The J-Link support for the ONSemi RSL10 device comes without any warranty and support from SEGGER Microcontroller GmbH.
Support is provided by ON Semiconductor only. For support, please refer to: https://www.onsemi.com/PowerSolutions/ticrequest.do
On-Chip Memory Regions
The internal flash is divided into 5 different regions:
|Instance Name||Size (bytes)||Memory region|
|Main Flash||393216||0x00100000 - 0x0015FFFF|
|Non-Volatile Record (NVR) 1||2048||0x00080000 - 0x000807FF|
|Non-Volatile Record (NVR) 2||2048||0x00080800 - 0x00080FFF|
|Non-Volatile Record (NVR) 3||2048||0x00081000 - 0x000807FF|
|Non-Volatile Record (NVR) 4
|1024||0x00081800 - 0x00080BFF|
NOTE: J-Link supports the Main Flash as well as NVR1 - NVR3.
It seems like a normal reset via SYSRESETREQ & VECTRESET bit does not work properly on this device. Therefore, the J-Link software performs a specific reset which makes sure that CPU is halted right before the target application but after boot ROM.
- ON Semiconductor RSL10 SiP evaluation board: https://wiki.segger.com/ONSemi_RSL10_SiP
- ON Semiconductor RSL10 SiP evaluation board: https://wiki.segger.com/ONSemi_RSL10_SiP#Example_Project