Part Number: LAUNCHXL-CC2640R2 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ENERGYTRACE , , CC2640R2F I'v tried to use Energy trace with LAUNCHXL-CC2640R2F REV 1.0 with no luck.
So I need to measure consumpation.
When I click on green arrow, it only shows "Stream…
Part Number: LAUNCHXL-CC1352R1 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ENERGYTRACE This is how it looks when I enable EnergyTrace++;
I can not see what exact Current or Energy values are. It works with regular EnergyTrace though.
Part Number: TMDSEMU110-ETH Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ENERGYTRACE Hi,
TI provides the stune command line utility for EnergyTrace but on Windows only.
Is there a version available on Linux?
It looks like you have the energytrace++ view enabled which means the debugger is active. Since the debugger adds its own current consumption the view just shows relative current consumption rather than an actual measurement.
In order to get the…
Part Number: MSP430FR6989 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ENERGYTRACE Always I get this error
Failed to create the part's controls
com.ti.xpcom.XPCOMException: The function "findRegisterByName" returned an error condition (0x80780001) …
I promised a reply as a follow-up - and for other who might have the same problem. The problem that Richard and TER found was this connection
The VDDR was connected to the DVCC. This was obviously a mistake. The connection wasn't there in some earlier…
Part Number: CC2642R Other Parts Discussed in Thread: ENERGYTRACE
I want to use EnergyTrace to measure the energy consumption of a custom board that uses NB-IoT technology (board fed by 3.3V and GND pin on measurement side of Launchpad).
I have used EnergyTrace…
Thanks for getting back to me on this and taking out your precious time to validate my findings. After those experiments, that's what my conclusion was but I was waiting for confirmation from you.
Please update the respective EnergyTrace…