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Max32 Arduino and FreeRTOS port

Posted by Kim Pedersen on December 14, 2011
Has anyone ported FreeRTOS to the Max32 Arduino board ?

RE: Max32 Arduino and FreeRTOS port

Posted by Kim Pedersen on December 14, 2011
Btw, the MAX32 Arduino board uses the PIC32 chip

RE: Max32 Arduino and FreeRTOS port

Posted by Dave on December 14, 2011
Can the MAX32 be programmed as bare metal? If so there should nothing stopping you using FreeRTOS on it.

Does it use MPLAB? How do you connect to and program the board?

RE: Max32 Arduino and FreeRTOS port

Posted by Kim Pedersen on December 15, 2011
Not sure if it can be connected directly to MPLAB, but I think so, just can't figure out how yet.
Just if someone had already done it would save me a bit time as I'm fairly new to this (both 32bit and RTOS stuff)

Cheers

RE: Max32 Arduino and FreeRTOS port

Posted by Richard on December 15, 2011
I would be very interested in this myself. I will have a look at the docs for the hardware, although I don't have one myself. Please keep this thread updated with progress - it would make a great FreeRTOS Interactive contribution, or even maybe a fully supported demo if time allows.

Regards.

RE: Max32 Arduino and FreeRTOS port

Posted by Kim Pedersen on December 16, 2011
Yes you can connect the the board to MPLAB, tho at the moment its a bit of work with soldering a ICSP port on the board and you will need the ICSP to PC bit, like the PICkit 3 debugger/programmer.

One of the greatest issues with the whole Arduino thing is lack of any form of an RTOS, imho. Separate issue tho.


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