I need an exampe for FTM as a standalone timer.
try this part of code:
FTM0_SC = 0x00;
FTM0_CNTIN = FTM_CNTIN_INIT(0);
FTM0_MOD = FTM_MOD_MOD("your value"); //your value should be smaller than 65535!
FTM0_SC = FTM_SC_CLKS(0x01) | FTM_SC_PS(0);
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I want to understand about clocks I. FTM timer and how the clock affects the timer.Can you provide me a calculation for the each FTM count based on clocks?
especially for the FTM I calculated the specific modv and prescaler values for my bachelor thesis like this:
NOTE: period_us is the suggested timer period in us!
CORE_PERIOD_NS is the period time of your system clock in ns!
/* This routine calculates the modv value in combination with
* a suitable prescaler. If there is no suitable prescaler =>
* the value is too tall and an error code will be set
* Calculation: Register Value = period_us / CORE_PERIOD
* us/ns = 1*10^-3 => pow(10,3) */
modv = (period_us/CORE_PERIOD_NS)*pow(10,3);
/* In the FTM0_MOD register are only 16bits available => 65535 */
/* The value 7 is the tallest available prescaler (see datasheet) */
/* Every prescaler multiplies the time with factor 2 => time value /= 2 */
modv /= 2;
/* modv /= 2 accords with period_us (see the calculation in the while loop) */
period_us /= 2;
So your timer period depends on your selected clock, your clock frequency the modv value and your selected prescaler!
Maybe it's more easier to say:
Your modv value (modification value) is calculated like this:
modv = period_time / system_clock_period
If your modv value is too large (<65535), you can use a prescaler. Every prescaler level divides your modv value by 2.
Hi Can you give me more clarity on period time and system clock
I want to know about the core period?How do I find it out?I am using KEA-128
Have a look:
First step of starting an embedded system is to initialize your clocks!
I need to run the clock of my KEA-128 at 24 Mhz.I am finding
difficulty in setting the ICS_C1 register in it.Can you provide me any
example for it?
On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 1:03 AM, pascalschröer <
Regarding the FTM driving clock, it is dependent on the FTM clock source and prescaler, in other words, the FTM driving clock frequency equals to (FTM clock source frequency)/Prescaler.
The CLKS bits in FTM_SC register determines the FTM clock source for KEA128 chip:
CLKS bits clock source
00 FTM disabled
01 system clock source
10 Fixed frequency clock
11 External clock source
Pls refer to Figure 5-3. FTM and PWT clock generation in the KEA128RM.pdf for the detailed FTM clock source.
When the CLKS=01, the system clock source is selected, in the condition, the ICSOUTCLK clock source divided by DIV3 is used as FTM clock source, DIV3 bits is specified in SIM_CLKDIV. Pls refer to the Figure 5-1. Clocking diagram in KEA128RM.pdf.
when the CLKS=10, the ICSFFCLK clcok source is selected as FTM clock source, ICSFFCLK clock source is 37.5KHz IRC or (external OSC)/RDIV, pls refer to Figure 5-1. Clocking diagram.
when the CLKS=11, the FTM clcok source are from TCLK0/TCLK1/TCLK2 pins, SIM_PINSEL0[FTM0CLKPS] select the clock source pins from the three pins. Note TCLK0/TCLK1/TCLK2 are Kea128 external signal pads, for example:
This is the pin assignment of TCLK0 pin.
79(79 LQFP) 63(63 LQFP) PTA5, RESET_b, PTA5 KBI0_P5, IRQ, TCLK0, RESET_b
In otherwords, you can connect the external clock source to the TCLK0 pin, the FTM driving clock frequency will be (TCLK0 Pin clock frequency)/Prescaler, the prescaler is defined in the FTM_SC register.
Note you should enable the FTM gate clock by setting the corresponding bit in SIM_SCGC register when you use CLKS=01 setting..
Pls refer to an5142 for the FTM features and corresponding code, but you have to add the code to select the FTM clock source based on KEA128RM.
Pls go to the website and download "features of FlexTimer Module"
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