actually I've some measure results which are saved in EEPROM
I want to know if it's possible to transfer these result via USB to the computer
thanks for your answers
you can find the USB routines here : USB Stack Product Summary Page
or you can look at mcuoneclipse.com : USB CDC goes medical | MCU on Eclipse
USB CDC, reloaded | MCU on Eclipse
USB or not: CDC with Processor Expert | MCU on Eclipse
to get it as PE component
yes you can. EEPROM is in the normal adressspace and can be transfered like any other Data. The rest belomgs on your Controller. Does it have USB ?. Easiest way is to use a cdc device. Either use the onchip USB as a cdc device or use a Seriel tu USB converter to send data to the PC.
thanks Eckhard ,
Yes my controller has USB
I'm also searching for the USB routines, if you have any idea about them you're welcome
hello Eckhard ,
thanks a lot for your help
When I use Freescale USB Stack my controller is detected but it isn't recognized by windows, is it normal?
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