How do I convert the Indy Development Board for Windows 7, 8, or 10 OS? [VIDEO]

Out of the box, Impinj doesn't provide a Windows 7 64bit native USB driver for the Indy Development Platform. So in the event that you receive a development board configured for USB, you will not be able to communicate to it from a Windows 7 machine.

In this video we will demonstrate the procedure to convert the Indy Development Platform from the USB mode to the UART mode so that it will operate properly on a Windows 7 64 bit operating system.

You will need to download the UART.bin file below.

 Download UART.bin


Sam-Ba can be downloaded here:

  Download Sam-Ba

(For following along with these instructions, we'd advise using an older version of Sam-Ba as the latest versions don't include a GUI. We have used version 2.16 without issue).

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