Is the F28M35xx ISO ControlCARD Release 1,0 compatible with the TI Peripheral Explorer board?

Hi,

I am attempting to develop ARM code for the Cortex M3 in the Concerto F28M35H52C1.   Can I use the F28M35xx ISO ControlCARD Release 1,0 compatible with the TI Peripheral Explorer board to do this?  Would the peripherals on the Peripheral Explorer be usable?

Thanks for your help!

Matt

  • Matt,

    I believe it should be fully compatible. 

    If you've used the F28335 device to control the Peripheral Explorer, the things you'll need to watch out for as you move to controlling the board with Concerto are:

    1. That the jumpers on the Concerto F28M35x controlCARD need to be placed correctly to allow the pins to go through the DIM (controlCARD) connector.
    2. JTAG emulation goes through the top of the controlCARD instead of the Peripheral Explorer's USB-JTAG interface.
    3. The code given with the Peripheral Explorer kit will have to change in several ways.
    1. The M3 core provides (and owns) the GPIO setup and is the 'master' core on the device.  Therefore coding the M3 early on will be required.
    2. Several of the peripheral interfaces should now be or are required to be controlled by the M3 instead of the C2000 core.


    Thank you,
    Brett

  • In reply to Brett Larimore:

    Brett,

    Thank you for the quick reply!

    Regards,

    Matt