Is there anyone here that can help me on how to dim a led in kl26z using PWM and without using processor expert? Im a newbie in KDS.
KSDK_v2 can be configured and downloaded from web for the frdm-kl26z.
Use the SDK Builder.cloud based tool.
It doesn't use PE.
It has following example:
From the "readme.txt" in that folder:
The TPM project is a simple demonstration program of the SDK TPM driver. It sets up the TPM
hardware block to output a center-aligned PWM signal. The PWM dutycycle is periodically updated.
On boards that have an LED connected to the TPM pins, the user will see a change in LED brightness.
Thanks for your reply. It's a good suggestion but if possible i want to program it manually, i mean without using a processor expert (if possible) because i want to know how it works. I really don't understand the program on the link.
Do you think you can help me?
Thank you and Best Regards,
The KSDK_v2 does not use or have PE implemented.
The KSDK_v2 contains static software drivers for the various chip peripherals.
KSKD_v2 contains many peripheral example projects as a learning, testing, validating tool.
Are you saying you do not understand the following example:
If yes, then reviewing code with the KL26Z Reference Manual TPM chapter should help.
Hope this helps.
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