help for CHIPS12

Started by cwl_hf121 in 68HC129 years ago 4 replies

Hello,I have one chips12, but I can't debug it with P&E USB BDM MULTILINK. I use codewarrior version 5.9, I have installed the latest driver for...

Hello,I have one chips12, but I can't debug it with P&E USB BDM MULTILINK. I use codewarrior version 5.9, I have installed the latest driver for USB BDM. Every time it shows : the target MCU has no clock or wrong BDM clock speed is used or derivative is secured. So, for P&E USB BDM, the Pin 1: BKGD; Pin2: GND; Pin6: VDD ;Is it correspond to CHIPS12 BDM 6-PIN connector? Thanks a lot. ----...


HC12 CAN bootloader/flasher

Started by Gabriel Torres in 68HC129 years ago 2 replies

Hello, I'm currently working on a school senor project that requires me to flash an MC9S12C128 microcontroller through CAN. I was wondering if...

Hello, I'm currently working on a school senor project that requires me to flash an MC9S12C128 microcontroller through CAN. I was wondering if anyone had done something like this before and had any pointers for me. Thanks, Gabe ------------------------------------


Unable to flash 9s12 !

Started by jpdi in 68HC129 years ago 4 replies

Hi all ! It's a lot of time I didn't program with S12. Now, I've some soft release to do, and the cpu I try to modify soft refuses to be...

Hi all ! It's a lot of time I didn't program with S12. Now, I've some soft release to do, and the cpu I try to modify soft refuses to be programmed. NoIce reports me "Verify fail at add... wanted xx, got yy (if this is protection byte, NoIce may prevent you from locking yourself out) .../..." I never-never protected the CPUs I use. I tried with 3 other boards I've, wich refused ...


912D60(A), 912B32 and 9S12DG128 devices via BDM

Started by "carl.bulger" in 68HC129 years ago 1 reply

Hello to All I am designing my own interface for reading and writing to various Freescale MCU's. I've read and written to '908' etc devices...

Hello to All I am designing my own interface for reading and writing to various Freescale MCU's. I've read and written to '908' etc devices for many years with my own interface. Now I would like to make my own project hardware/software to read/write 912D60(A), 912B32 and 9S12DG128 devices via BDM. All the required commands are published in many tech bulletins on the internet but what I...


Minidragon C code limit /Codewarrior serialmonitor

Started by jeff...@bendnet.com in 68HC129 years ago 6 replies

Hello, I am using a Minidragon plus2 with mixed C & assembly as shown in the book: "Learning C by example" & have seemingly run into the max C...

Hello, I am using a Minidragon plus2 with mixed C & assembly as shown in the book: "Learning C by example" & have seemingly run into the max C code limit. Using special edition version of Codewarrior with serial monitor My C code is growing & now now during flash programming at approx 14210 bytes size the Hiwave debugger indicates: Link Error : L1102: Out of allocation space in segment R...


CAN Bootloader for MC9SXEP

Started by axel_20002003 in 68HC129 years ago 2 replies

Hi everybody, i'm new of this group. I've to do a CAN bootloader for mc9s12xep100 microcontroller i've read AN2546 and AN3391 application notes...

Hi everybody, i'm new of this group. I've to do a CAN bootloader for mc9s12xep100 microcontroller i've read AN2546 and AN3391 application notes but at this moment i'm a little confused. Some of you have already write a bootloader for this family? Can you explain the step i've to do to write a bootloader? Thanks Fausto ------------------------------------


Dragon 12 Plus

Started by Thomas in 68HC1210 years ago 3 replies

I'm a new user student. Trying to learn this. I am getting a error message When trying to run a program to run the 4X4 key pad with the 7 digit...

I'm a new user student. Trying to learn this. I am getting a error message When trying to run a program to run the 4X4 key pad with the 7 digit display. It say "User Bkpt encountered". I cannot find any thing that can tell me what is wrong. Any one know what I need to do to correct Thanks ------------------------------------


Dragon 12 SCI

Started by nishanth_r in 68HC1210 years ago 7 replies

Hey All, I'm working on a project with a Dragon12 board running codewarrior for the code. i'm trying to get position control of an arm...

Hey All, I'm working on a project with a Dragon12 board running codewarrior for the code. i'm trying to get position control of an arm connected to a motor. I manged to get this done, but it kinda oscillates and so my professor suggested i analyse the position values to get a proper proportional control value. i'm trying to use SCI to get output my position error values so i can plot them. ...


Pulse accumulator question - MC9S12XD256MAG

Started by tberkau in 68HC1210 years ago 13 replies

Hi, At work we've been migrating our hardware from the MC68HC11A1CFN3 to MC9S12XD256MAG. Everything is working fine, but we're running into a...

Hi, At work we've been migrating our hardware from the MC68HC11A1CFN3 to MC9S12XD256MAG. Everything is working fine, but we're running into a weird issue with one magnetic sensor that cropped up. What's happening is when the pulse accumulator is setup to get pulses from the sensor, it works, but appears to randomly start losing pulses. Like for example, say I had magnetic data at points x, ...


Programming flash

Started by "isaac.caldas" in 68HC1210 years ago 5 replies

Hello everyone! I'm a begginer in MCU programming. I was trying to make my MCU get access the flash and write n-bytes on it, for when I...

Hello everyone! I'm a begginer in MCU programming. I was trying to make my MCU get access the flash and write n-bytes on it, for when I reboot my MCU keep this bytes on the flash, for future use. I program in Assembly and my MCU is HCS12X. Can you make a tutorial or a example for me? (explaining how write and read) Thank you very much! ------------------------------------


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