I have a problem to connect my XDS510PP to my eZdsp F2812 board.
The XDS510PP led does not turn on. Consequently, I think it does not work
due to a lack of power.
I have the XDS510PP connected to the eZdsp, 5V for the PD pin on the
14pins JTAG connector.
Do I need any driver ?
I checked in SDConfig the connection but there is nothing. Do I need to
configure it in CCS setup before ?
Thanks in advance for any help.
Reply by Noway2●November 17, 20052005-11-17
Are you providing a separate and dedicated Vcc and Gnd for the ezDSP
While they may exist, I haven't seen an emulator or parallel port
programmer that was capable of providing enough power through the
Reply by franck●November 18, 20052005-11-18
I will try with a TMS320F2812 on an electronic board, and I will let you
know whether it works or not.
Reply by franck●November 22, 20052005-11-22
Unfortunately, it does not work.
Reply by Noway2●November 23, 20052005-11-23
If I am interpreting what you are saying correctly, it sounds as if
your emulator isn't working.
This might be a good candidate for TI tech support, especially if you
are using a new computer since you purchased the PP emulator.
Reply by Frank●November 23, 20052005-11-23
I had the same configuration and same problem. Make sure you have the
latest drivers from Spectrum Digital, it should then work. The drivers
are located at http://emulators.spectrumdigital.com/c2000/, use the
appropriate release for your code composer studio version. (if 2.20,
use Driver Release 2.20.03 [07-Jan-2004], if 2.21, use Driver Release
It has worked for me. XDS510PP works fine with the parallel port
on-board JTAG of the eZdsp.
I hope this solves the issue for you also and that I'm not to late with
the answer. :o)