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tcpipchip

Member since Jun 2018 • Last active Oct 2019
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I love microcontroller!
I study 6502,8080,8085,8048, 8051,Z80,Z180,80251,80196,89C98,COP8,801­66,TMS370,PIC,PROPELLER, ARM,8086,80188,MIPS24,ESP8266, ESP32, ARK...

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  • in Porting to new Devices
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    yes, that is a problem :(

    Maybe gordon can see that SCAN problem :(

  • in Porting to new Devices
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    The same error to

    var devices;
    NRF.findDevices(function(d) {
      devices = d;
      console.log(devices);
    }, 1000);
    
    Uncaught Error: BLE error 0x6
     at line 38 col 8
    }, 1000);
           ^
    [  ]
    Uncaught Error: BLE error 0x8 (INVALID_STATE)
    >
    
  • in Porting to new Devices
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    Did you enable BLE in on your compile ?
    getting this error during my SCAN to BLE modules making advertising...

  • in Porting to new Devices
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    wich are the default USART gpio txd / rxd used if i dont want USB serial ?

  • in Porting to new Devices
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    Nince @AkosLukacs

    Please, map them :)

    Thanks for all your help :)

  • in Porting to new Devices
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    @AkosLukacs

    Can you map all pins ?

    For example, you forgot
    P0.p03

    D0...D31...D32...it´s working!

  • in Porting to new Devices
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    then really something is wrong during my compile...

  • in Porting to new Devices
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    Lucas
    I compiled with parameters but i getting a 800K hex file! Strange!
    Can you compile there ?

  • in Porting to new Devices
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    Ready, can you compile ?

    #!/bin/false
    # This file is part of Espruino, a JavaScript interpreter for Microcontrollers
    #
    # Copyright (C) 2013 Gordon Williams <gw@pur3.co.uk>
    #
    # This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
    # License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
    # file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
    #
    # ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------
    # This file contains information for a specific board - the available pins, and where LEDs,
    # Buttons, and other in-built peripherals are. It is used to build documentation as well
    # as various source and header files for Espruino.
    # ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------
    
    import pinutils;
    
    info = {
     'name' : "nRF52840 U-BLOX NINA B302",
     'link' :  [ "https://www.nordicsemi.com/Software-and­-Tools/Development-Kits/nRF52840-Dongle"­ ],
     'espruino_page_link' : 'nRF52840_B302',
      # This is the PCA10059
     'default_console' : "EV_SERIAL1",
     'default_console_tx' : "D45",
     'default_console_rx' : "D29",
     'default_console_baudrate' : "9600",
     'variables' : 12500, # How many variables are allocated for Espruino to use. RAM will be overflowed if this number is too high and code won't compile.
    # 'bootloader' : 1,
     'binary_name' : 'espruino_%v_nrf52840_dongle.hex',
     'build' : {
       'optimizeflags' : '-Os',
       'libraries' : [
         'BLUETOOTH',
         'NET',
         'GRAPHICS',
         'NFC',
         'NEOPIXEL'
       ],
       'makefile' : [
         'DEFINES += -DCONFIG_GPIO_AS_PINRESET', # Allow the reset pin to work
         'DEFINES += -DBOARD_PCA10059',
         'DEFINES += -DNRF_USB=1 -DUSB',
         'NRF_SDK15=1'
       ]
     }
    };
    
    
    chip = {
      'part' : "NRF52840",
      'family' : "NRF52",
      'package' : "QFN48",
      'ram' : 256,
      'flash' : 1024,
      'speed' : 64,
      'usart' : 2,
      'spi' : 3,
      'i2c' : 2,
      'adc' : 1,
      'dac' : 0,
      'saved_code' : {
        'address' : ((246 - 10) * 4096), # Bootloader takes pages 248-255, FS takes 246-247
        'page_size' : 4096,
        'pages' : 10,
        'flash_available' : 1024 - ((31 + 8 + 2 + 10)*4) # Softdevice uses 31 pages of flash, bootloader 8, FS 2, code 10. Each page is 4 kb.
      },
    };
    
    devices = {
      'GPIO_1'  :           { 'pin' : 'D13' }, 
      'GPIO_2'  :           { 'pin' : 'D14' }, 
      'GPIO_3'  :           { 'pin' : 'D15' }, 
      'GPIO_4'  :           { 'pin' : 'D16' }, 
      'GPIO_5'  :           { 'pin' : 'D24' }, 
      'GPIO_7'  :           { 'pin' : 'D25' },
      'GPIO_8'  :           { 'pin' : 'D32' },
      'GPIO_16' :           { 'pin' : 'D3'  }, 
      'GPIO_17' :           { 'pin' : 'D28' }, 
      'GPIO_18' :           { 'pin' : 'D2'  }, 
      'GPIO_20' :           { 'pin' : 'D31' }, 
      'GPIO_21' :           { 'pin' : 'D44' }, 
      'GPIO_22' :           { 'pin' : 'D45' }, 
      'GPIO_23' :           { 'pin' : 'D29' },
      'GPIO_24' :           { 'pin' : 'D30' },
      'GPIO_25' :           { 'pin' : 'D4'  },  
      'GPIO_27' :           { 'pin' : 'D5'  },  
      'GPIO_28' :           { 'pin' : 'D9'  },  
      'GPIO_29' :           { 'pin' : 'D10' },  
      'GPIO_32' :           { 'pin' : 'D11' },  
      'GPIO_33' :           { 'pin' : 'D41' },  
      'GPIO_34' :           { 'pin' : 'D40' }, 
      'GPIO_35' :           { 'pin' : 'D33' },
      'GPIO_36' :           { 'pin' : 'D34' },
      'GPIO_37' :           { 'pin' : 'D35' },  
      'GPIO_38' :           { 'pin' : 'D42' },  
      'GPIO_39' :           { 'pin' : 'D43' },  
      'GPIO_40' :           { 'pin' : 'D47' },  
      'GPIO_41' :           { 'pin' : 'D46' },  
      'GPIO_42' :           { 'pin' : 'D26' },  
      'GPIO_43' :           { 'pin' : 'D6'  },  
      'GPIO_44' :           { 'pin' : 'D27' },  
      'GPIO_45' :           { 'pin' : 'D7'  },  
      'GPIO_46' :           { 'pin' : 'D12' },  
      'GPIO_47' :           { 'pin' : 'D23' },  
      'GPIO_48' :           { 'pin' : 'D21' },  
      'GPIO_49' :           { 'pin' : 'D22' },  
      'GPIO_50' :           { 'pin' : 'D20' },  
      'GPIO_51' :           { 'pin' : 'D17' },  
      'GPIO_52' :           { 'pin' : 'D19' }
    };
    
    # left-right, or top-bottom order
    board = {
      'left' : [ 'VDD', 'VDD', 'RESET', 'VDD','5V','GND','GND','','','D3','D4','­D28','D29','D30','D31'],
      'right' : [
         'D27', 'D26', 'D2', 'GND', 'D25','D24','D23', 'D22','D20','D19','',
         'D18','D17','D16','D15','D14','D13','D12­','D11','',
         'D10','D9','D8','D7','D6','D5','D21','D1­','D0'],
      '_notes' : {
        'D13' : "Serial console RX",
        'D15' : "Serial console TX"
      }
    };
    board["_css"] = """
    [#board](http://forum.espruino.com/searc­h/?q=%23board) {
      width: 528px;
      height: 800px;
      top: 0px;
      left : 200px;
      background-image: url(img/NRF528DK.jpg);
    }
    [#boardcontainer](http://forum.espruino.­com/search/?q=%23boardcontainer) {
      height: 900px;
    }
    
    [#left](http://forum.espruino.com/search­/?q=%23left) {
        top: 219px;
        right: 466px;
    }
    [#right](http://forum.espruino.com/searc­h/?q=%23right) {
        top: 150px;
        left: 466px;
    }
    
    .leftpin { height: 17px; }
    .rightpin { height: 17px; }
    """;
    
    def get_pins():
      pins = pinutils.generate_pins(0,47) # 48 General Purpose I/O Pins.
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD0", True)["functions"]["XL1"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD1", True)["functions"]["XL2"]=0;
      # pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD5", True)["functions"]["RTS"]=0;
      # pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD6", True)["functions"]["TXD"]=0;
      # pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD7", True)["functions"]["CTS"]=0;
      # pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD8", True)["functions"]["RXD"]=0;
      # pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD9", True)["functions"]["NFC1"]=0;
      # pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD10", True)["functions"]["NFC2"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD2", True)["functions"]["ADC1_IN0"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD3", True)["functions"]["ADC1_IN1"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD4", True)["functions"]["ADC1_IN2"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD5", True)["functions"]["ADC1_IN3"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD28", True)["functions"]["ADC1_IN4"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD29", True)["functions"]["ADC1_IN5"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD30", True)["functions"]["ADC1_IN6"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD31", True)["functions"]["ADC1_IN7"]=0;
      # Make buttons and LEDs negated
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD13", True)["functions"]["RXD"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD14", True)["functions"]["NEGATED"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD15", True)["functions"]["TXD"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD16", True)["functions"]["NEGATED"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD11", True)["functions"]["NEGATED"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD12", True)["functions"]["NEGATED"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD24", True)["functions"]["NEGATED"]=0;
      pinutils.findpin(pins, "PD25", True)["functions"]["NEGATED"]=0;
      # TODO: SW2 is also connected to P0.19, P0.21, P0.23, and P0.25. This is done to simplify PCB routing. These
      #       GPIOs should not be used and should be left as input with no pull or be disconnected by firmware.
    
      # everything is non-5v tolerant
      for pin in pins:
        pin["functions"]["3.3"]=0;
      [#The](http://forum.espruino.com/search/­?q=%23The) boot/reset button will function as a reset button in normal operation. Pin reset on PD21 needs to be enabled on the nRF52832 device for this to work.
      return pins
    
    
  • in Porting to new Devices
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    :)

    The main is change

    devices = {
    'BTN1' : { 'pin' : 'D38' }, # the button is at P1.06
    'LED1' : { 'pin' : 'D6' }, # green LED
    'LED2' : { 'pin' : 'D8' }, # RGB LED / red P0.08
    'LED3' : { 'pin' : 'D41' }, # RGB LED / green P1.09
    'LED4' : { 'pin' : 'D12' }, # RGB LED / blue P0.12
    'RX_PIN_NUMBER' : { 'pin' : 'D13'},
    'TX_PIN_NUMBER' : { 'pin' : 'D15'},
    };

    Right ?

    I will want to map
    GPIO_1 to GPIO_52 names to the NINA B302

    For example,
    GPIO_1 will be the physical pin P0.13
    GPIO_2 will be the physical pin P0.14
    and soon
    How can i define one of those..
    What is D38, D6, etc ?
    For example, is D0 mapped as P0.0, D1 mapped as P0.1 ?

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