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How to run MPC567XADAT516 in stand-alone mode

Question asked by Hoseok Seo on Feb 24, 2017
Latest reply on Feb 27, 2017 by Hoseok Seo

Hi everybody,


I'm trying to make MPC567XADAT516 board run in stand-alone mode where the ADAT516 board was detached from MPC567XEVBMB motherboard.


As far as I know, there are two ways to supply the power to the ADAT516 board in stand-alone.
One is primary power which is provided through stack headers from motherboard.
Another is alternate power which is applied directly through on-board 5V input J5 pins.
The selection of power supply is done by VDD_SEL jumper.


But in any case MPC5674F doesn't run when I monitor the cpu running state with JTAG of 'Multilink Universal'.
I have encountered the error message related to "instruction error" on JTAG window.


Can anyone help me to run ADAT516 in stand-alone module?
Can anyone please let me know what other things should be also performed to do it except for power supply to ADAT516?


Hoseok Seo