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PIC32MZ Starter kit running FreeRTOS

Posted by paulholland on December 24, 2013

I do have one of the early PIC32MZ starterkits with crypto engine, I installed MPLAB X and Harmony including the latest FreeRTOS demo (flashing lights) it is the same demo that is pre-installed I think. The FreeRTOS demo is for the ECH version but if I try to change the device type in the properties window into the ECM version the toolchain link is empty. I am also not able to select any other toolchain. If I start a new project and select the ECH type it works but selecting anyother type is not working (tool chain remains empty). I checked the compiler V1.3 and it is also supporting the ECM version so what is going wrong here ?.


PIC32MZ Starter kit running FreeRTOS

Posted by rtel on December 24, 2013

...sounds like a question for Microchip as they provide the IDE and tool chains.

Regards.


PIC32MZ Starter kit running FreeRTOS

Posted by paulholland on December 24, 2013

Problem has been sloved already after reinstalling the same version (1.30) of XC32


PIC32MZ Starter kit running FreeRTOS

Posted by paulholland on December 28, 2013

Richard, I did check your freeRTOS example included for PIC32MZ and I am not sure its running at max performance, I did check the I/O toggle rate and according to your settings the I/O clock is running at max 100MHz but I do measure 40MHz (toggle rate 20 MHz).


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