TTRD2-08a-t0405a (RTL TTRD)
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[This page was last updated: 2018-06-15]
TTRD2-08a [STM32-F405 target (DuplicaTTor board), Keil uVision project]
TTRD2-08a is documented in Chapter 8 of the ‘ERES2‘ book.
This version of TTRD2-08a targets an STM32F405 MCU. It is intended for use with a DuplicaTTor board.
Latest version is ttrd2-08a-t0405a-v001a [Release 2018-06-07a].
TTRD2-08a illustrates the use of reset-based Mode changes.
In this version of TTRD2-08a, three ‘Normal’ Modes are supported. In each Mode a different LED flashes (Red, Amber or Green). Transitions between Modes occur every 10 seconds or when the user button (BTN) on the DEB-0405 board is pressed.
This code can be loaded onto either (or both) MCUs on the DEB-0405.
The reset-based Mode changes in this example can be compared to the ‘manual’ (reset free) Mode changes that are implemented in TTRD2-08d.
Please see ‘ERES2‘ Chapter 8 for further information.
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This RTL TTRD is available free of charge to ReliabiliTTy Licencees, including organisations that hold an active evaluation licence (RTEL).
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