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Using Code Composer Studio with TMS320F2812

Module by: Deania Fernandez. E-mail the author

Summary: Shows how to set up the eZdsp F2812 in order to use Code Composer Studio

Setting Up the DSK

To get started, you must first power up the eZdsp™ F2812 with the provided power supply and connect the parallel cable from the board to the PC with Code Composer Studio installed on it.

Two LEDs will light up if the board is receiving power, if not, you may have to double-check the power supply.

Figure 1: eZdsp™ F2812 board with power connected
Figure 1 (eZdspBoard.jpg)

Warning:

You must have the eZdsp™ F2812 connected to the PC. If not, you will see the following error:
Figure 2
Figure 2 (ErrorConnection.jpg)

When this happens, click Abort, and connect the eZdsk™. Restart Code Composer Studio.

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