Part Number: HET_IDE We need help on identifying the development tools required to work with TMS570 HET and N2HET.
Following are our queries.
1. High End Timer (HET) http://www.ti.com/tool/het_ide
Part Number: HET_IDE I'm creating a HET program for RM57LCxxx controller,
and in the assmembled .h file, there's a line:
extern volatile HETPROGRAM0_UN e_HETPROGRAM0_UN;
the structure HETPROGRAM0_UN contains the structure of my program.
I'm developing an application for RM48 that uses two different custom codes for the two HETs.
Both HET programs are assembled with HET_IDE and the generated .c and .h are included in the CCS code.
The problem is that both assembled codes uses…
Yes, the N2HET1 is able to generate up to 32 PWM signals at 32 N2HET pins. But the HALCoGen is developed to generate 8 PWM signals at 8 N2HET pins only. If you want to generate more than 8 PWM signals, you have to modify the code manually…
The N2HET can be used for PWM outputs with programmable period and duty cycle. There is no problem to generate clock signals and enable signal for SN54HC595. HET IDE is a tool to simplify the usage of the HET Simulator.
You can use HALCoGen to generate code for capturing input PWM signals and input pulse signals.
1. HALCOGen->CAP: to configure the NHET pins to capture the dutycycle and period of input PWM signals
2. HALCOGen->Edge to configure the pins to capture…
In device TRM, Chapter 23, you can find information needed: www.ti.com/.../spnu515c.pdf
From here you can download HET IDE and its user guide: http://www.ti.com/tool/het_ide
May be this page will be useful too: processors.wiki.ti.com/.../HET_…
N2HET is a coprocessor on the TMS570LC4357. However this is a proprietary timing coprocessor, for which TI provides the assembler tool you require. This assembler is available as a standalone tool, or as part of the HET IDE ( http://www.ti.com…
syncadlauncher.dll can be found at locations "C:\SynaptiCAD\bin\win32\" and "C:\SynaptiCAD\bin\x64\" assuming HET IDE was installed at the default location. If these are missing from your installation, I recommend re-installing HET IDE by downloading…
Yes, N2HET1 can be used for generating PWM signal.
There is application note about this as well: www.ti.com/.../spna225.pdf
This AN describes generating PWM using HALCoGen.
You can write your own code as well using HET IDE: http://www.ti.com/tool…