Since we entered into a partnership with RS Components the Zerynth toolset has been available for download on the DesignSpark engineering community. This allows the members of the community to easily access our innovative IoT programming tools.

So, we thought that it would be useful and helpful to add a small tutorial on how to uplink a Python script on your microcontroller using DesignSpark Zerynth Studio.

How to uplink your Zerynth project

We’ll assume that you already installed Zerynth Studio, “virtualized” your board and created a new project, so let’s jump right into the tutorial.

If you take a look at the image below, you’ll see buttons on the upper left toolbar. They allow you to verify and uplink a script into a device.

How to uplink your Zerynth project

To verify a project click on the Verify icon to check your script for errors. The errors will be reported in the console and in the code editor with helpful tooltips.

To Uplink your verified project into a Virtualized device just click the Uplink icon and follow the Zerynth Studio messages.

We hope this tutorial was helpful, and that you are already working on your Zerynth project.

Supported boards

See the list of Zerynth supported development boards that are available on RS Components:

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About the Author: Luigi F. Cerfeda

Luigi is a biomedical engineer, and is currently Sales Director at Zerynth. Being one of the first members on the team, he has held various roles in the company as he has a deep knowledge of the IoT market and Industry 4.0.

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