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I have just bought the DRV8839EVM, I would kite to change the code.
My question is, where do I find the firmware preloaded on the board ?
Good question. It should be linked from the EVM board's product page, but isn't.The users guide only covers the hardware. Was no CD included?
Well, I miss more links on the product page, like the compiler.Either the boaprd is only meant to evaluate the hardware (and not mess with the control software at all), or the product page is incomplete.
You might use the TI site search function (not the E2E board search!) to locate any appnote or whitepaper about this module.
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In reply to Jens-Michael Gross:
No CD at all.
They should put a link on the page related with the evaluation board DRV8839EVM.
Usually the firmware preloaded on the evaluation module is a start point, it is very important it saves time, exactly to avoid mess.
Once we understand the mechanism about the DRV8839 or other devices included in the kit we can change easily the firmware in direction to our own specifications.
If you can help me to ask the people from TI take a look in this issue, we say many thanks. I believe something happened because they are very professional.
In reply to Barton Moreira:
Barton MoreiraIf you can help me to ask the people from TI take a look in this issue, we say many thanks.
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