January 19th, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments
  1. February 23rd, 2015 at 05:18 | #1

    I am working on a feflow project ; https://github.com/andysworkshop/awreflow
    and I got stucked on
    Flash the graphics to the onboard SPI flash
    You need a second STM32 development board to do this and that board needs to have an SDIO SD card slot and a USART port. I use an STM32F103 board that I got on ebay to do this.
    Copy the spiflash directory from firmware/ux to the root of an SD card and insert the card into your development board.

    Flash the stm32plus flash_spi_program example to your development board.

    Connect your development board to the oven controller using the following pinout (development board => controller board).
    Remove the PWR_SEL jumper to isolate the voltage regulator. Remove your ST-Link/v2 if it’s connected.
    Connect a serial cable to your development board’s USART1 port and run a PC serial program so you can see the output. Configure the program for a 57600/8/N/1 protocol.

    How do I use serial cable to connect to Disc F4 and get the Flash files to Spansion Flash?
    Can you help me please?


  2. Chinmay
    January 8th, 2015 at 04:22 | #3

    Sir c’mon. ADC and PWM modules for dsPIC33….That’s all I ask for. I need them fast

    • January 8th, 2015 at 08:24 | #4

      I am working on PWM but before that PPS has to be done. I have a draft for PPS that i will review and post it today. PWM this week. Followed by that UART and ADC. There is DMA that should also go along with it.
      Thanks for giving a push. Will keep it rolling pretty soon.

  3. Chinmay
    October 15th, 2014 at 00:38 | #5

    More dsPIC Tutorials…Please!

    • October 15th, 2014 at 16:54 | #6

      Thanks for taking time to make a comment. Will get some posts done before end of this month if I get some time.

  4. Chinmay
    October 8th, 2014 at 23:07 | #7

    Your Tutorials are absolutely priceless. Why in the world did you stop abruptly. Waiting for more tutorials on dsPIC…

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