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Thread: How to use POSIF in DAVE4.4.2?

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    New Member New Member Joodol17 is on a distinguished road
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    How to use POSIF in DAVE4.4.2?

    Hello.

    I am looking for POSIF APP on dave4.

    But I can not find it.

    I used it as APP in DAVE3.

    I want to know how to use the POSIF function in DAVE4.

    I want to measure the encoder using the POSIF function.

    Thank you very much.

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    Hi,

    Currently you need to use the XMCLib. Otherwise in the next DAVE APPs release in June we are adding to new APPs, ENCODER_POSIF and HALL_POSIF.

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    Jesus
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    New Member New Member Joodol17 is on a distinguished road
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    Thank you for answer.

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    Hello, jferreira.
    There is get example source code for using POSIF with XMCLib. And how it merge with existing APPs in project?
    I am understand that question not for this topic, however where can i find examples for mixed project with APPs and custom code based on XMCLib.

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    Hi,

    it this new release added to DAVE APPs, ENCODER_POSIF and HALL_POSIF?

    thanks
    Hakan

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