Part Number: TMDSHVMTRINSPIN
I recently purchased a TMDSHVMTRINSPIN kit on Oct 16 2019 and I am just now setting up the device for the first time. I am attempting to get an initial run going with the GUI Composer InstaSPIN program that came with the included USB drive in the kit. I have followed the "Quick Start Guide: Evaluating InstaSPIN-MOTION (F2806xM) using the Graphical User Interface" document up to the point where I connect a USB port to my computer and launch the GUI. When I connect the USB, I cannot find the device in my Device Manager and when I launch the GUI, I get the error:
"ScriptingException: Error connecting to the target: emulation failure occurred"
I have a TMDSCNCD28069MISO control card installed with SW1: UP-UP, SW2: DOWN-DOWN, SW3: UP-UP. I have verified that Jumpers J3, J4, J5, J7, J8, M3-J5, and J2 are properly configured. I have a brushless DC motor connected to ports U, V, and W. I have a banana cable from BS5 to BS1 connected. I have the 15 VDC power supply connected and the USB cable connected to J1 on the control card. When I plug in the 15 VDC power supply, M6-LD1 turns green as well as LD1 on the control card. When I connect the USB to J1, M3-LD1 turns green, however, my computer does not recognize any USB connected (no recognition in the Device Manager). I did try connecting the AC plug after following these steps, but still no USB recognition.
How can I resolve this problem?
Can you try taking a look at this application report? It has some debug tips for common connectivity issues.
Are you able to connect to the device in CCS?
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In reply to Whitney Dewey:
When trying to connect in CCS, I set the connection to "Texas Instruments XDS100v2 USB Debug Probe", the Board/Device to "TMS320F28069", saved the configuration, then clicked the button to test the connection. This lead to the following output:
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