Hi, Gus :
Thank you very much for your feedbacks.
My problem is solved. I am thankful to you.
Gus Martinez said: Could it be that you are not triggering your oscilloscope or logic analyzer correctly?
The problem is caused by the incorrect my oscilloscope…
Part Number: TMDSECATCNCD379D Other Parts Discussed in Thread: C2000WARE Hello,
I am getting the error in the picture below when I loading a program on FLASH. I could not resolve the this error. What do you think could be the cause of this error?
Part Number: TMDSECATCNCD379D Hi,
The expression 'identifier not found: sdata' appears when I want to watch variables values in my program. How we can solve this problem?
I am using CCS version 9.3.0.00012.
Kevin Allen18 said: I noticed you have another, related, post on-going: https://e2e.ti.com/support/microcontrollers/c2000-microcontrollers-group/c2000/f/c2000-microcontrollers-forum/1024915/tmdsecatcncd379d-spi-clk-frequency-calculate
Part Number: TMDSECATCNCD379D Other Parts Discussed in Thread: C2000WARE Hi,
I am using the example below. I did not make any changes in this example.
If you want to use the ipc driver, then integrate the two projects, and make incremental change so that you can check if it continue to work. and narrow the issue if it fails.
If you have not gone through, you can take a look at online workshop…
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I have problems in my EtherCAT project. My EtherCAT device (ET1100) is in OP mode as "Current State" in configuration mode in TwinCAT software. However, when I set the "Activate Configuration" in TwinCAT software, the…
Part Number: TMDSECATCNCD379D Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CONTROLSUITE Hi there,
Based on TMDSECATCNCD379D we have developed our own servo motor slave. But regarding the network stability we don't know how to analyze. We look into ET1100 error counter…