Downloads of v 1.2.5
This code example consists of 3 parts:
1. MPLAB X Scope plug-in
The Scope plug-in features a Variable Monitor which continuously reads variable(s) from the target and displays the data as numeric value(s).
The plug-in also contains an oscilloscope-like GUI including features like channel- & trigger configuration for up to 2 channels and an offset- & gain set-up for each channel.
2. A MPLAB X project which generates the required plug-in library being used in the user project.
3. A MPLAB X sample project implementing the X2C Scope plug-in functionality in a demonstration project.
The demo project uses the UART in dsPIC33EP256MC on X2C Development Board.
The UART pins on device are connected to USB-COM connector available on board.
A USB-to-UART converter is used to connect the USB-Port to the processor UART Rx- and Tx pins
RP43 is being used as UART Rx pin
RP42 is being used as UART Tx pin
A baud rate of 115200 is being used
Plug-in may not work properly if multiple
MPLAB X projects with same name are being active
MPLAB X user project output format must be ELF (Plug-in won't work with COFF)
If you open a MPLAB X project, containing the X2C Scope Plug-In, for the first time, you have to build the project before you can use the plug-in
This folder contains the following sub-folders:
This folder contains the MPLAB X Scope plug-in.
The .nbm file can directly imported via the MPLAB X Plug-In system.
This folder contains a project to generate the plug-in library which is required for the user project.
Contains a demo project which features the Scope plug-in for dsPIC32EP256MC on X2C Development Board.
Suggested Development Resources
MPLAB IDE 3.35 or above with MPLAB XC16 1.32 or above
X2C Development Board (see http://www.mechatronic-simulation.org/ -> Features -> Evaluation Boards)
Reconfiguring the project for a different device
Update Plug-In library
Open the Plug-In project in MPLAB X
The Plug-In library includes 6 different processor type build configurations.
Select the configuration which matches your device (dsPIC or PIC32 type).
Optional: Set the pre-processor macro (-> Compiler options) 'SCOPE_SIZE' to your needs.
This defines the space available for sample data when using the oscilloscope function.
The default value is 4096.
Optional: Modify the library output name to fit the used processor type
Build the library.
Update user project template
Copy your generated Plug-In library (step 4.a) into the demo project directory
Open the Demo Project in MPLAB X
Replace current library with your library in MPLAB X project
Update hardware.c file containing system- & communication initialization
Update X2CScopeCommunication.c containing communication functions
Build and download the application
You should now be able to use the X2C Scope plug-in.
Developer of X2C, see www.mechatronic-simulation.org
To install X2C-Scope, download this package and open it in IDE.
Supported Products: MPLAB X
* Updated to MPLAB IDE v3.55
* Updated Communications
* Fixed Stopbits bug
* Updated X2C to latest stable version (v1116)
- No dependencies.
|X2C-Scope 1.2.5 (this version)||246||Wednesday, May 8, 2019||yes|