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Project Description Target MCU series Version Last Update Tool Keywords
ADC_MEASUREMENT_ADV Example for XMC45This example demonstrates how to use the ADC_MEASUREMENT_ADV APP to convert a user defined queued sequence of inputs triggered by a PWM. Upon converting the last input in the queue an interrupt is issued..XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEADC, Analog, Measurement, Analog Digital Conversion, Queue
ADC_MEASUREMENT_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates how use the ADC_MEASUREMENT APP to measure 2 signals using the background source of the ADC in XMC4500. The project can be easily rebuild for any other XMC device.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEADC, Analog, Measurement, Analog Digital Conversion
BCCU_RGB_LED_LAMP_XMC12This example project depicts usage of BCCU driver to drive an RGB LED lamp.XMC12004.2.62016-09-08DAVEXMC Lib, LLD, BCCU, LED RGB, Lighting, XMC1200 Boot Kit
BCCU_WHITE_LED_LAMP_XMC12This example project depicts usage of BCCU driver to drive a 4-channel white LED lamp..XMC12004.2.62016-09-08DAVEXMC Lib, LLD, BCCU, LED White, Lighting, XMC1200 Boot Kit
BLDC_SCALAR_HALL_XMC13This example project controls 3-phase BLDC motor with 3 hall sensor feedback using block commutation control algorithm. This is configured for Infineon low voltage motor control kit KIT_XMC1X_AK_MOTOR_001 with maxon motor part number 267121.XMC13001.0.12016-09-19DAVEBLDC, HALL Sensor, Block Commutation, Motor Control
BLDC_SCALAR_HALL_XMC13_uCProbeThis example project controls 3-phase BLDC motor with 3 hall sensor feedback using block commutation control algorithm. This is configured for Infineon low voltage motor control kit KIT_XMC1X_AK_MOTOR_001 with maxon motor part number 267121. This supports Micrium uCProbe to control the motor runtime. XMC13001.0.02016-09-19DAVEBLDC, HALL Sensor, Block Commutation, Motor Control
BLDC_SCALAR_HALL_XMC44 This example project controls 3-phase BLDC motor with 3 hall sensor feedback using block commutation control algorithm. This is configured for Infineon low voltage motor control kit KIT_XMC44_AE3_001 with Nanotec motor part number DB42S03. XMC13001.0.02016-09-19DAVEBLDC, HALL Sensor, Block Commutation, Motor Control
BLDC_SCALAR_HALL_XMC44_uCProbe This example project controls 3-phase BLDC motor with 3 hall sensor feedback using block commutation control algorithm. This is configured for Infineon low voltage motor control kit KIT_XMC44_AE3_001 with Nanotec motor part number DB42S03. This supports Micrium uCProbe to control the motor runtime.XMC13001.0.02016-09-19DAVEBLDC, HALL Sensor, Block Commutation, Motor Control
BLDC_SCALAR_SL_XMC13This example project controls 3-phase BLDC sensorless motor using block commutation control algorithm. This is configured for Infineon low voltage motor control kit KIT_XMC1X_AK_MOTOR_001 with maxon motor part number 267121.XMC13001.0.02016-09-19DAVEBLDC, HALL Sensor, Block Commutation, Motor Control
BLDC_SCALAR_SL_XMC13_uCProbeThis example project controls 3-phase BLDC sensorless motor using block commutation control algorithm. This is configured for Infineon low voltage motor control kit KIT_XMC1X_AK_MOTOR_001 with maxon motor part number 267121. This supports Micrium uCProbe to control the motor runtime.XMC13001.0.02016-09-19DAVEBLDC, HALL Sensor, Block Commutation, Motor Control
BUCK_PCC_DIGITAL_POWER_EXPLORER_XMC13This example implements a Buck Converter in Peak Current Mode controller for being used together with the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit. The project is implemented using XMC1300.XMC13001.0.22016-09-08DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, PCC, Peak Current, Digital Power Explorer Kit
BUCK_PCC_DIGITAL_POWER_EXPLORER_XMC42This example implements a Buck Converter in Peak Current Control Mode for being used together with the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit. The project is implemented using XMC4200.XMC42001.0.42016-09-08DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, Peak Current Control, Digital Power Explorer Kit
BUCK_PCC_FIX_FQ_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example implements a Buck Converter in Peak Current Control mode with the BUCK_PCC_FIX_FQ APP for being used together with the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit and the XMC1300 digital power control card.XMC13001.0.22016-09-08DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, PCC, Peak Current, Digital Power Explorer Kit
BUCK_PCC_FIX_FQ_EXAMPLE_XMC42This example implements a Buck Converter in Peak Current Control mode with the BUCK_PCC_FIX_FQ APP for being used together with the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit and the XMC4200 digital power control card.XMC42001.0.22016-09-08DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, PCC, Peak Current Control, Digital Power Explorer Kit
BUCK_VC_FIX_FQ_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example implements a Buck Converter in Peak Current Control mode with the BUCK_VC_FIX_FQ APP for being used together with the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit and the XMC1300 digital power control card.XMC13001.0.22016-09-08DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, Voltage Control, Digital Power Explorer Kit
BUCK_VC_FIX_FQ_EXAMPLE_XMC42This example implements a Buck Converter in Voltage Control mode with the BUCK_VC_FIX_FQ APP for being used together with the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit and the XMC4200 digital power control card.XMC42001.0.22016-09-08DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, Voltage Control, Digital Power Explorer Kit
BUCK_VCM_DIGITAL_POWER_EXPLORER_XMC13This example implements a Buck Converter in Voltage Control Mode controller for being used together with the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit. The project is implemented using XMC1300.XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, Voltage Control, Digital Power Explorer Kit
BUCK_VCM_DIGITAL_POWER_EXPLORER_XMC42This example implements a Buck Converter in Voltage Control Mode controller for being used together with the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit. The project is implemented using XMC4200.XMC42004.2.62016-09-08DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, Voltage Control, Digital Power Explorer Kit
BUCK_VCM_W_HOUSE_KEEPING_DIGITAL_POWER_EXPLORER_XMC42This example implements a Buck Converter in Voltage Control Mode; in addition it includes all relevant housekeeping functionalities of an SMPS such as PMBus, soft start of reference voltage, over current protection, over voltage warning or temperature monitoring. In addition the example project includes µC Probe GUI project to control and monitor the SMPS functionality and related parameters. The example is running on the XMC Digital Power Explorer Kit with XMC4200 Digital Power Control Card. The project is implemented using XMC4200.XMC42001.0.02016-09-24DAVEDigital Power Conversion, Explorer Kit, Buck, Voltage Control, SMPS, PMBus, Digital Power Explorer Kit
CAN_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example shows transmission and reception of message objects between two CAN nodes of the MultiCAN peripheral in Loop-Back Mode.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVECAN, Loop-back
CCU4_SLICE_CONFIG_EXAMPLE_XMC47This example shows timer concatenation functionality of CCU4 unit to extent the timers and the compare, period registers to 32-bit. This example demonstrates the generation of a PWM signal with a period time of 1 second and a resolution of 6.9 ns. The example runs on a XMC4700 Relax KitXMC47001.0.02016-10-07DAVECompare, CCU4_Example, Concatination, PWM, CCU, XMC4700 Relax Kit
COUNTER_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example demonstrates how use the APP as a counter to count for rising edge transitions and to change the count direction based on change in input level. Using CCU4 LLD, it is possible to set up an external gate event for gating the counter from counting.XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVECCU4_Example, CCU8, Counter, CCU
COUNTER_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates how use the APP as a counter to count for rising edge transitions and to change the count direction based on change in input level. Using CCU4 LLD, it is possible to set up an external gate event for gating the counter from counting.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVECCU4_Example, CCU8, Counter, CCU
CRC_SW_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example uses the SW CRC APP to check the integrity of an incoming data frame. The incoming frame is a 9-bytes frame (8bytes data + 1byte CRC checksum).XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVECRC, checksum, communication
CRC_SW_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example uses the SW CRC APP to check the integrity of an incoming data frame. The incoming frame is a 9-bytes frame (8bytes data + 1byte CRC checksum).XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVECRC, checksum, communication
CRYPTO_AES_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example uses the CRYPTO_AES APP to perform data encryption for 16 bytes of data using the encryption mode and key set in the APP. At runtime, the encryption mode is reconfigured to decryption mode while maintaining the original key. The data are compared and LED lights up if the data is the same.XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVEAES, crypto, communication, encryption
CRYPTO_AES_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example uses the CRYPTO_AES APP to perform data encryption for 16 bytes of data using the encryption mode and key set in the APP. At runtime, the encryption mode is reconfigured to decryption mode while maintaining the original key. The data are compared and LED lights up if the data is the same.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEAES, crypto, communication, encryption
DAC_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates how use the DAC APP to generate an analogue sine signal and a ramp. The sine frequency is updated periodically.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEDAC, Sine Wave, Pattern Generator, Digital Analog Conversion
DAC_LUT_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates how use the DAC_LUT App to generate two high resolution analogue sine signals with a phase shift of 45°XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEDAC, LUT, Look Up Table, Pattern Generator, Digital Analog Conversion
DISPLAY_7SEG_EXAMPLE_XMC12This example demonstrates how use the DISPLAY_7SEG APP to drive 8 units of 7-segment display, where the display characters are changed in the callback function.XMC12004.2.62016-09-08DAVE7 Segment, HMI, Display
DMA_FCE_XMC45This example shows the usage of the DMA_CH APP. The DMA_CH APP it is used to transfer data between memory to memory, memory to peripheral, peripheral to memory or peripheral to peripheral without the intervention of the CPU. In this example, the DMA_CH APP is used to feed the Flexible CRC Engine (FCE) to calculate the CRC-32 on a fictitious frame of data.. The example runs without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEDMA, FCE, CRC, XMC4500 Relax Kit
DMA_FLASH_SRAM_XMC45This example shows the usage of the DMA_CH APP. The DMA_CH APP it is used to transfer data between memory to memory, memory to peripheral, peripheral to memory or peripheral to peripheral without the intervention of the CPU. In this example, the DMA_CH APP is used to transfer data from flash to SRAM.The example runs without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEDMA, Memory, XMC4500 Relax Kit
E_EEPROM_XMC1_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example uses the E_EEPROM_XMC1 APP to emulate an EEPROM on XMC1000 devices. The code explores the 2 user defined data block defined in this APP and how the data switches from 1 bank to another bank when the blocks are written.XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVEEEPROM, FEE, Flash, Memory
ETHCAT_FWUPDATE_SSC_APPLICATION_XMC48This example demonstrates the implementation of a EtherCAT slave node which is capable doing firmware updates via FoE (File over EtherCAT). The example runs on the XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit. XMC48003.0.02018-03-15 DAVEEtherCAT, SSC Tool, Beckhoff, Boot Loader, Firmware Update, IAP, XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit
ETHCAT_SSC_XMC43This example demonstrates the implementation of a EtherCAT slave node using the Beckhoff SSC Tool to generate the slave stack code for the XMC4300 Relax EtherCAT Kit. XMC43001.0.22016-09-08DAVEEtherCAT, SSC Tool, Beckhoff, XMC4300 Relax EtherCAT Kit
ETHCAT_SSC_XMC48This example demonstrates the implementation of a EtherCAT slave node using the Beckhoff SSC Tool to generate the slave stack code for the XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit. XMC48003.0.02018-03-15DAVEEtherCAT, SSC Tool, Beckhoff, XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT Kit
External_Interrupt_XMC45This example shows how to configure EVENT_DETECT and EVENT_GENERATOR APPs to generate an interrupt on external events. The example runs without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEInterrupt, External Interrupt, XMC4500 Relax Kit, ERU, EVENT_DETECT
FATFS Example for XMC47This example demonstrates how to use the FATFS APP for FAT file system support of SDMMC cards on XMC. The example shows how to mount/unmount file systems, read/write/copy files, get file size information and how to create directories. For demonstration purpose output of read file and get file size operation is redirected to UART and can be viewed by attaching a serial console like PuTTY. XMC47004.2.82017-06-29DAVEFile System, FAT, FatFs, SDMMC, SD Card, Multimedia Card
FREERTOS_EXAMPLE_XMC11This is a very simple FreeRTOS demo that demonstrates task and queue usages only.The example runs without modification on the XMC1100 Boot Kit.XMC11004.2.62016-09-08DAVERTOS, FreeRTOS, XMC1100 Boot Kit
FREERTOS_XMC45This is a very simple FreeRTOS demo that demonstrates task and queue usages only.The example runs without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVERTOS, FreeRTOS, XMC4500 Relax Kit
GUI_SEGGERLIBRARY_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates how to use the GUI_SEGGERLIBRARY APP to display text/graphics on the OLED display of the HMI satellite cardXMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVESegger, HMI, GUI, Display, LCD
HTTP_SERVER_NON_RTOS_XMC47This example shows how to use the HTTP_SERVER APP.XMC47001.0.02017-06-29DAVEHTTP, Ethernet, Industrial Communication, Communication, XMC4700 Relax Kit
HTTP_SERVER_RTOS_XMC47This example shows how to use the HTTP_SERVER APP.XMC47001.0.02017-06-29DAVEHTTP, Ethernet, Industrial Communication, Communication, XMC4700 Relax Kit
HTTPSERVER_3DPLAY_XMC47This example shows how to use the HTTP_SERVER APP.XMC47001.0.02017-06-29DAVEHTTP, Ethernet, Industrial Communication, Communication, XMC4700 Relax Kit
I2C_EXAMPLE_XMC45In this example the I2C_MASTER APP is used to configure the XMC4500 device to interface the IO Expander (PCA9502) of the HMI board.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEI2C, USIC, PCA9502
I2C_SLAVE_EXAMPLE_XMC4500This example shows the use of the I2C_SLAVE and I2C_MASTER APPs. In this project two USIC channels of a XMC4500 device are communicating in a Loop-Back, one acting as Master and another as Slave in the same I2C bus.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEI2C, USIC, Loop Back, I2C Slave
IOT_EXAMPLE_XMC47Implementation of an IoT client: A webserver shows the status of 8 LEDs and logs connection/ disconnection events. Upon pressing a button on the IoT client an email will be send to a configurable email address. The XMC4700 /XMC4800 Relax kit plus extension board is required.. XMC47001.1.02017-03-22DAVEIoT, Webserver, lwip, email, Ethernet, XMC4700 Relax Kit
LED_LAMP_1RGB_Example_XMC12This example demonstrates how use the PDM_DIMMED_LED_LAMP APP to control a 3-channel RGB lamp.XMC12004.2.62016-09-08DAVERGB, HMI, PDM_DIMMED_LED_LAMP
LED_LAMP_WHITE_EXAMPLE_XMC12This example demonstrates how use the PDM_DIMMED_LED_LAMP APP to control a 4-channel LED lamp.XMC12004.2.62016-09-08DAVERGB, HMI, PDM_DIMMED_LED_LAMP
LED_MATRIX_EXAMPLE_XMC12This example demonstrates how use the LED_MATRIX APP to drive 2 units of 5-by-7 (column by row) LED matrix display, where the display characters are changed in the callback function..XMC12004.2.62016-09-08DAVE7 Segment, HMI, LED Matrix
MANCHESTER_SW_EXAMPLE_XMC12This example demonstrates how use the MANCHESTER_SW APP to decode an RC-5 signal transmitted by an IR Remote Controller.XMC12004.2.62016-09-08DAVEManchester, Communication, Codec, RC-5
MODBUS_RTU_MODE_XMC47This example demonstrates the implementation of a serial RTU and ASCII Modbus client. It is based on DAVE APPs and the FreeMODBUS implementation which is ported to XMC4000 family and provided within this example. The example is running in the XMC4700 Relax Kit. XMC47001.1.02017-08-07DAVEModbus, RTU, Fieldbus, Industrial Communication, Communication, XMC4700 Relax Kit
MODBUS_TCP_MODE_XMC47This example demonstrates the implementation of a TCP/IP Modbus client. It is based on DAVE APPs and the FreeMODBUS implementation which is ported to XMC4000 family and provided within this example. The example is running in the XMC4700 Relax Kit. XMC47001.1.02017-08-07DAVEModbus, Ethernet, Fieldbus, Industrial Communication, Communication, XMC4700 Relax Kit
MULTICAN_CONFIG_EXAMPLE_XMC47This example shows transmission and reception of message objects using gateway and FIFO functionality of the MultiCAN+ peripheral in Loop-Back mode..XMC47001.0.32016-10-08DAVECAN, Loop-back, Gateway, XMC4700 Relax Kit
OPCUASERVER_LWIP_XMC47This example demonstrated the OPC UA server from Matrikon using the lwip tcp / ip stack. The example runs on the XMC4700 /4800 relax kit. This example can only be used for evaluation; it requires a HW reset every 2 hours..XMC47001.0.32017-02-01DAVEMatrikon, OPC UA Server, Industrial Communication, Ethernet
PMSM_FOC_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example demonstrates permanent magnet synchronous motor control using sensorless FOC algorithm. Speed of the motor is changed by potentiometer value.XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVEPMSM, FOC, Sensorless, Motor Control
PMSM_FOC_EXAMPLE_XMC44This example demonstrates speed control of motor using V/f with smooth transition to FOC closed loop start up technique. Speed of the motor is changed by potentiometer input value.XMC44004.2.62016-09-08DAVEPMSM, FOC, Sensorless, Motor Control
PWM_CCU4_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example demonstrates configuring external start and stop events of the connected slices to synchronously start and stop of connected CCU slices from the PWM_CCU4 APPs.XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVECompare, CCU4, PWM, CCU
PWM_CCU4_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates configuring external start and stop events of the connected slices to synchronously start and stop of connected CCU slices from the PWM_CCU4 APPs.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVECompare, CCU4, PWM, CCU
PWM_CCU8_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example starts 2 slices of CCU8 synchronously using an external start event and 1 slice of CCU8 is started during initialization..XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVECompare, CCU8, PWM, CCU
PWM_CCU8_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example starts 2 slices of CCU8 synchronously using an external start event and 1 slice of CCU8 is started during initialization..XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVECompare, CCU8, PWM, CCU
PWM_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example demonstrates how use the App to generate PWM signal and update the frequency periodically. Using a CCU4 Low Level Driver (LLD), the period value of the PWM is also updated..XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVECompare, CCU4_Example, CCU8, PWM, CCU
PWM_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates how use the App to generate PWM signal and update the frequency periodically. Using a CCU4 Low Level Driver (LLD), the period value of the PWM is also updated.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVECompare, CCU4_Example, CCU8, PWM, CCU
QR_CON_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example project depicts usage of CCU8 as Quasi-Resonant Constant-ON-Time (QR_CON) for AC/DC boost PFC applicationXMC13001.0.22016-09-08DAVEAN_201606_PL30_020, Boost, PFC, LED, Quasi-Resonant Constant-ON-Time
QR_PCC_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example project depicts usage of CCU8 as Quasi-Resonant Peak Current Control (QR_PCC) for DC/DC power stage such as flyback or buck.XMC13001.0.22016-09-08DAVEAN_201606_PL30_020, Flyback, Buck, LED, Quasi-Resonant Peak Current Control
QSPI_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example shows the use of the SPI_MASTER APP to communicate between the XMC4500 (master) and the onboard qSPI serial flash chip N25Q03 (slave) in Quad SPI.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVESPI, USIC, Quad SPI, N25Q03, Flash
RTC_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example demonstrates how use the RTC APP generates a periodic second interrupt to blink the on-board LED. An alarm is generated every minute and reconfigured to the next minute. A message is sent out to the COM port each time the alarm occurs.XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVERTC, Real-time Clock, Alarm, Clock
RTC_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates how use the RTC APP generates a periodic second interrupt to blink the on-board LED. An alarm is generated every minute and reconfigured to the next minute. A message is sent out to the COM port each time the alarm occurs.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVERTC, Real-time Clock, Alarm, Clock
SEGGER_RTT_EXAMPLE_XMC11Simple example how to use the SEGGER_RTT APP to send messages from a XMC1100 to a Segger RTT terminal running on a PC.XMC11004.2.62016-09-08DAVEMonitor, RTT, Segger, Semihosting
SEGGER_RTT_EXAMPLE_XMC45Simple example how to use the SEGGER_RTT APP to send messages from a XMC4500 to a Segger RTT terminal running on a PC.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEMonitor, RTT, Segger, Semihosting
SPI_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example shows the use of the SPI_MASTER APP to communicate between the XMC4500 (master) and the onboard qSPI serial flash chip N25Q03 (slave) in Full Duplex SPI.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVESPI, USIC, Duplex SPI, N25Q03, Flash
SPI_SLAVE_EXAMPLE_XMC4500This example shows a use of the SPI_SLAVE and SPI_MASTER APPs. In this project two USIC channels of a XMC4500 device are communicating in a Loop-Back, one acting as Master and another as Slave in the same SPI bus..XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVESPI, USIC, Loop Back, SPI Slave
SYSTIMER_XMC45This example shows the usage of the SYSTIMER APP. The SYSTIMER APP uses the SysTick interrupt to call user functions periodically at a specified rate or after a given period of time expires. The example run without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVESystimer, System Timer, XMC4500 Relax Kit, Timer
TIMER_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example demonstrates use of the TIMER APP to vary the timer intervals for toggling of LED.XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVETimer, CCU4, CCU8, CCU
TIMER_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates use of the TIMER APP to vary the timer intervals for toggling of LED.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVETimer, CCU4, CCU8, CCU
UART_EXAMPLE_XMC45UART APP Configures the USIC peripheral to send and receive messages to/from the PC using the UART Protocol. The examples uses the transmit and receive pins connected to the onboard debugger (J-Link OBS) and its VCOM port on the host side.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEUART, USIC, VCOM
UART_XMC_Lib_XMC12This example projects uses the XMC Lib low level peripheral driver to send a periodic (1s) message via UART. This example shows how to use the example files form the XMC Lib package and how to create a respective project in DAVE v4. The example runs without modification on the XMC1200 Boot Kit..XMC12004.2.62016-09-08DAVEXMC Lib, LLD, UART, XMC1200 Boot Kit
USBD_HID_XMC47This example demonstrates the implementation of a USB Human Interface Device. It is based on the LUFA USB stack (DAVE APP) and the LUFA HID class drivers. XMC47001.1.02018-07-02DAVEUSB HID Device, HID, USB, XMC4700 Relax Kit
USBD_MS_BOOTLOADER_IAP_XMC47This example demonstrates the implementation of a bootloader to update the firmware (in application programming) via USB Mass Storage Device. XMC47001.2.02018-07-02DAVEUSB Mass Storage Device, Bootloader, Firmware update, USB, XMC4700 Relax Kit
USBD_VCOM_APP_Example_XMC45This USB example initializes the USB module as a USB VCOM device. It uses the USB_VCOM APP. Every character received is returned to the sender, e.g. a terminal on the PC host. XMC45001.0.02016-09-16DAVEUSB VCOM, VCOM, USB, VCOM_Device, XMC4500 CPU Board
USBD_VCOM_XMC47This USB example initializes the USB module as a USB VCOM device. It uses the USB_VCOM APP. Every character received is returned to the sender, e.g. a terminal on the PC host. XMC47001.0.22016-09-08DAVEUSB VCOM, VCOM, USB, XMC4700 Relax Kit
USBH_MS_BOOTLOADER_IAP_XMC45This example demonstrates the implementation of a bootloader for firmware update via USB Mass Storage Host. It is based on the LUFA implementation. Firmware update is done via a USB Flash drive The example runs on the XMC4500 hexagonal CPU boardXMC45001.0.02016-09-16DAVEUSB, Mass Storage Host, Boot Loader, Firmware Update, IAP, Lufa, XMC4500 CPU Board
USBH_MS_XMC45This example demonstrates the implementation of USB host mass storage functionality. It is based on the free LUFA USB host stack implementation which is ported to XMC4500 family and provided within this example. The example creates a directory plus 3 files on a USB Flash drive. The example runs un the XMC4500 hexagonal CPU boardXMC45001.0.02016-09-16DAVEUSB, Mass Storage Host, USB Host, Lufa, XMC4500 CPU Board
USBH_VCOM_XMC45This example demonstrates the implementation of USB host virtual COM (VCOM) port functionality. It is based on the free LUFA USB host stack implementation which is ported to XMC4500 family and provided within this example. The example runs un the XMC4500 hexagonal CPU boardXMC45001.0.02016-09-16DAVEUSB, VCOM Host, USB Hostt, Lufa, XMC4500 CPU Board
USBLIB_GENERICHID_XMC45This is a simple reference application example for implementing a generic HID device, using the basic USB HID drivers in all modern OSes (i.e. no special drivers required). The example runs without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit..XMC45001.0.22016-09-08DAVEUSB, HID, Lufa, XMC4500 Relax kit
USBLIB_VIRTUALSERIAL_XMC45This is a simple reference application example for implementing a CDC device acting as a virtual serial port. The example runs without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit..XMC45001.0.22016-09-08DAVEUSB, VCOM, Virtual Serial, Lufa, XMC4500 Relax kit
USBLIB_WINUSB_XMC45This is a simple reference application example for implementing a WINUSB device. The example runs without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit..XMC45001.0.22016-09-08DAVEUSB, WINUSB, Lufa, XMC4500 Relax kit
WATCHDOG_EXAMPLE_XMC13This example demonstrates how a program is kept in operation when a window watchdog is properly serviced. When a WDT pre-warning alarm event is entered, the watchdog is serviced and then stopped..XMC13004.2.62016-09-08DAVETimer, Watchdog, WDT
WATCHDOG_EXAMPLE_XMC45This example demonstrates how a program is kept in operation when a window watchdog is properly serviced. When a WDT pre-warning alarm event is entered, the watchdog is serviced and then stopped..XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVETimer, Watchdog, WDT
xmc4500_relaxkit_lwip_httpserver_netconnThis example projects uses the XMC Lib low level peripheral driver to to make the most basic kind of server using lWIP.. This example shows how to use the example files form the XMC Lib package and how to create a respective project in DAVE v4. The example runs without modification on the XMC4500 Relax Kit.XMC45004.2.62016-09-08DAVEXMC Lib, LLD, WEBSERVER, XMC4500 Relax Kit