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Thread: How to interface with Infineon 3D Magnetic Sensor on the XMC1100 2Go board

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    New Member New Member Microbob is on a distinguished road
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    How to interface with Infineon 3D Magnetic Sensor on the XMC1100 2Go board

    I recently got the Infineon 3D Magnetic Sensor 2Go development board (based on the XMC1100 microcontroller) and I would like to know how to read input from the 3D Magnetic Sensor. I am new to the Infineon development system, so I do not know how to gather and process input from the sensor.


    Here is what I know so far:

    - The main microcontroller is an Infineon XMC1100-Q024F0064
    - The 3D Magnetic Sensor is connected to the XMC1100 via I2C
    - How to program and control the GPIO on the XMC1100
    - How to use the supplied stand-alone applet to view data from the Sensor

    I have the DAVE IDE, the APPs extension, and I am writing my code in C. I need to use DAVE to accomplish my desired end result, but I would be interested to know the Arduino method as well.

    Thank you in advance for your help!

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    New Member New Member persike will become famous soon enough
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    Did you tried using Dave I2C APP? (DAVE4 or 3)?

    If you share your project folder I can take a look. I used this board + sensor some months ago.

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