SAM-BA® ISP - Applets: Read Target Device Unique ID

Read Target Device Unique ID (readuniqueid)

The readuniqueid applet reads and displays the target device unique ID. It can also save it to a binary file.

The readuniqueid applet applies to the following devices. Documentation is available in the ../sam-ba/doc/ directory.

Device Documentation
SAM9X60 ../doc/sam9x60.html
SAM9XX5 ../doc/sam9xx5.html
SAMA5D2 Series ../doc/sama5d2.html

Additional documentation is located in the document directory: ../doc/readuniqueid.html.

readuniqueid Command Structure

The readuniqueid applet has the following command structure:

$ sam-ba -p <port> -d <device> -a readuniqueid[:<filename>]

Examples (using the SAMA5D2 Series):

$ sam-ba -p serial -d sama5d2 -a readuniqueid
$ sam-ba -p serial -d sama5d2 -a readuniqueid:uid.bin

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