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Thread: FAQ for XMC4800 EtherCAT

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    Each board alone works without problem?
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    Beginner Beginner xyyeh is on a distinguished road
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    Hi, I have a question regarding the processing time of the ethercat stack. More specifically, where can I find test results involving the execution time (within a single cycle) of the beckhoff Ethercat stack on xmc4800 and xmc4300 for different levels of optimization?

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    Beginner Beginner yangyang_2018 is on a distinguished road
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    Dear engineers,

    I recently study cia 402 on the xmc4800 which is the motor driver, but I can only find the example of cia 402 of ET1100.
    *** So I want to ask:
    *** 1. Are the examples of cia402 based on ET1100 changed to xmc4800?
    *** 2. I read ETG's CIA402 book, but I still don't understand it. If there are examples, I would like to enlighten me.

    Thank you!

    Any reply will be appreciated!

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    New Member New Member liufuchuan is on a distinguished road
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    i just bought a XMC4800 Relax EtherCAT kit., but i cannot find the .zip files "XMC4800 EtherCAT APP SSC Slave Example" from this link "", there is only a pdf file?? So where could i find the example code??

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    Hi, short question regarding the Automation Board v2. Been working on it for a few days without a problem but when I connected the ISOFACE output this morning to the power source the error led is constantly turned on. I've erased the chip, flashed it with different codes, changed the power adapter and the wires but nothing. No such error on the input side. Is there a chance this is not a hardware defect? Do you have experienced this problem before? Any advice?
    Last edited by Volatile; Feb 20th, 2019 at 01:36 AM. Reason: corrected typing error. change -> chance.

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    Beginner Beginner pilias is on a distinguished road
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    Is EtherCAT relaxKIT supports SWV output from the onboard debugger cause I am not able to get it working. I have custom a pcb with the same microcontroller and there is running perfectly with a J-link from segger. So Its suppose to be Identical setup but I cannot get it running in the Relax kit.

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    New Member New Member danall is on a distinguished road
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    QSPI and EtherCAT

    Hi all! I'm new on this forum, so i beg your pardon if i'm doing something against its rules!

    Anyway, I have this problem: I'm using the XMC4800 relax kit to implement an EtherCAT slave (using the code of the example i've found at this page: and I want my slave to send a master the result of the QSPI test (the one i've downloaded from the page i've previously linked).
    I notice that, if i don't insert that test into an EtherCAT system it works fine, but when i try to insert it into the main of the EtherCAT code, it always fail. I've checked the Chip Select pin of the flash memory: with the EtherCAT, the memory seems to be selected for fewer time (i.e. the time during which the chip select is driven low is almost the half of the case without the EtherCAT).

    Which could be the problem and how could I solve it?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Is there any example on how ethercat nodes can be linked like daisy chain and pass message in relay to the master? And how can I monitor the chain is working fine with TwinCat?
    Regards & thanks .
    Last edited by yongzhi; Sep 8th, 2019 at 03:44 AM.

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