E4Coder - Blinking LED Application from scratch using ScicosLab and the EasyLab Board




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Published on Feb 12, 2013

(NOTE: long video - chapters below)

This video shows the creation from scratch of a simple Blinking LED example using E4Coder Code generator and the EasyLab Board based on the Microchip MicroStick. The video shows the creation of the diagram, the generation of code from E4Coder, and the programming of the application using MPLAB X and the Microchip Microstick with dspic33fj64mc802 included in the Easylab board.

00:10 Introduction
00:56 Starting E4Coder
02:27 Inserting the Clock block
03:25 Inserting the Square block
04:05 Inserting the LED Block
04:57 Inserting the Type Conversion Block
05:23 Connecting the blocks together
06:11 The USER_PREF Block
07:17 Generating the code
07:33 Generating the code - the project settings
08:06 Generating the code - the Task Set
08:32 Generating the code - Mapping I/O Peripherals
09:28 Generating the code - Variable and Type names
09:39 Generating the code - Generating and compiling the code
10:45 Checking the generated code
11:17 Connecting the EasyLab board
12:06 Programming the EasyLab Board
12:22 Starting MPLAB X
12:42 Importing the COF File in MPLAB X
13:44 Programming the MicroStick board hosted on the EasyLab
14:01 The application is running on teh EasyLab Board!
14:17 Conclusions


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