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    PWM\CCU8 Pin Allocation Issues

    Hi

    Using the XMC Pinout tool, I can select P0.2 as on output for CCU8 slice 0:

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    However I cannot select this pin using the PWM app in DAVE(only see P0.5). The PWM uses the CCU8 timer.

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    I tried this on a new project to eliminate a pin conflict from another APP as the cause of the issue. I have change the pin allocation in the generated code to P0.2 and it does function correctly. Is there something im not understanding ?

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    Hi,

    For which product and package?

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    XMC 4200, the 64 pin package.

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    Was there an update on this ?

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    Hi,

    The PWM APP is only using 1 of the 4 outputs of the slice, actually output 0. The Pin P0.2 is only available from output 1.
    Try with PWM_CCU8 APP where you can select which output to use.


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