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Part Number: LP5036EVM
I have LP5036EVM module connected to a laptop through USB2ANY interface.
I am able to use the LP50 EVM tool to set the LEDs in the evaluation module. Now need to be able to interface with a C program. I have seen the location of USB2Any_xxx.h files in the C:\Program Filesxxx\LP50\node_modules\ti-usb2any folders.
Is there an example code that demonstrates how to initialize, set up and play with the LEDs from a C program. Many links seems to suggest example code in USB2ANY SDK, but i am not able to see any such SDK .
I suggest that you can use MCU or DSP directly to verify your C program. Please refer to the following thread for details.
Thanks and best regards, Charles Chen Applications Engineer | LED Drivers
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Assuming you have the USB2ANY SDK or USB2ANY Explorer installed on your computer, you should have a folder at this path: C:\Program Files (x86)\TI USB2ANY SDK.
If you do not have this folder and software installed for whatever reason, I have provided a link here to download the software: http://www.ti.com/lit/zip/slvc695
And you can find a folder with some sample code (looks like header and sources files for C/C++) of using I2C, a API reference guide, some release notes referring to the DLL, and plenty of other seemingly helpful PDFs. I've also copied the user's guide for the USB2ANY just in case you haven't found it previously, it mostly talks about the hardware: http://www.ti.com/lit/ug/snau228/snau228.pdf .
Have you addressed your problem?
In reply to Charles-Chen:
Thanks for the info Charile
My issue is resolved. I got the EVM kit to work based on the code from USB2Any example.
I didnt have the USB2Any example code earlier, and got the link to download the examples from another thread
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