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Set up the System Clock and WDOG timeout

Question asked by Pascal Schroeer on Apr 6, 2014
Latest reply on Apr 8, 2014 by Pascal Schroeer

Hi, I hope anyone can help me....

First of all, my facts:

I'm using CW V.1.4 (without PEX), to program a MK20DX128 (50MHz)  There aren't any Problems while compilation but it doesn't work anyway.

 

I would like to generate a system clock of 48MHz with the help of the PLL and an external oszillator of 8MHz.

So I followed the datasheet to change the mode from FEI to PEE (see my zip file CLOCK.c // CLOCK_init())

 

Is there a fault in this initialisaton?

 

So in my opinion it should work^^ Now I would like to set up the WDOG timeout and there is my main problem!

I made the following calculation:

 

I have got a 48MHz System Clock => 1/48MHz = 20,83ns per tick

I have got two 16bit Timout Registers for the WDOG so there are 32bit in addition. => 2^32 = 4,294,967,296

 

Now I multiply the seconds per tick and the WDOG Register Value!

 

=> 20,83ns * 4,294,967,296 = 89,46s


There is the probelem! I have measuered the time and get a time of only 44,7s!!! So it's exactly the half time. Where is my fault in this calculation?

By the way I have got the same fault while using the PIT Module!


Thanks a lot to all!



Pascal

Original Attachment has been moved to: CLOCK.c.zip

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