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Part Number: TMS320F28379D
I have question regarding Position Manager (PM) Library for TMS320F28379D.
1. For BiSS-C and T-Format, TxEn line which is map to GPIO34 is configurable i.e. user can chose any other GPIO with OUTPUTXBAR1 mux option.
However for EnDAT 2.2., same TxEn line is dedicated to GPIO34 and is not configurable? Is this correct.
2. Can I assigned GPIO2 (instead of GPIO34) as OUTPUTXBAR1 for EnDat 2.2 PM library?
Please refer to following documents:
EnDat 2.2: sprui35.pdf -> See Figure 2 on Page 6 and Table 6 on Page 33
BiSS-C: sprui37.pdf -> See Figure 3 on Page 6 and Table 9 Page 18
T-Format: sprui71.pdf -> See Figure 2 on Page 6 and Table 6 on Page 20
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In reply to Subrahmanya:
In reply to PJ:
Hi PJ,Have you referred to the example project that comes along with the library? If not, please have a look at C:\ti\controlSUITE\libs\app_libs\position_manager\v01_02_00_00\endat22\examplesAs it's a pre-compiled .lib and we are not releasing the source code - you'll not be able to make changes at your end.-Bharathi.
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