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Part Number: MSP432P401R
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I am working with MSP432P401R Launchpad to use stand-alone EnergyTrace feature in CCS.
I already used EnergyTrace several times in Debugging mode, so I am quite used to the feature.
The problem is I would like to use the stand-alone without USB cable.
I connected the launchpad with following several devices:
1. Power Supply 3.3V, 0.5A <-----> MSP432 external power supply pins.
- I connected Power supply machine to MSP432 for supplying power to the launchpad
- Simply blinky project is programmed in the launchpad, therefore, the LED starts blinking when the power supplies.
- Detailed picture is below
2. MSP432 launchpad's EnergyTrace part (upper part) <----- FTDI cable (mini USB b cable) -----> PC
- To send the EnergyTrace signal to CCS, I thought FDTI module is need for the connection.\
- I connected several pins:
MSP432 Isolation block ---------- FTDI cable
3V3 pin ----- VCC pin
GND pin ----- GND pin
TX pin ----- RX pin
RX pin ----- TX pin
- Also, I am aware of energyTrace's green LED which is on when XDS110 or EnergyTrace part is available.
I thought the configuration is fine for stand-alone mode, but CCS gave me an error window.
It stated me that the connection is not established properly.
Are there any additional things to do or anything wrong?
PS. CCS Version is 7.3.0.00019.
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