NON-OS 1.5.4 (16_05_20) PWM bug

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Re: NON-OS 1.5.4 (16_05_20) PWM bug

Postby pratik » Sat Jul 16, 2016 12:26 am

I'd suggest that you explicitly add the SDK function to feed the watchdog timer in those parts of the code that might be causing the processor to loop for too long. That should reduce your chances of running into random resets like this.
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Re: NON-OS 1.5.4 (16_05_20) PWM bug

Postby scargill » Sat Jul 23, 2016 5:09 am

I note you are using RBOOT - are you now having issues with RBOOT on new devices from around 1.54 onwards? I am having issues - the software is not starting up in the right order and sometimes not at all - all started around 1.54



eriksl wrote:It shouldn't be too hard to reproduce. Connect PWM channels to io 14 and io 15, activate one of them (or both) and wait.

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Re: NON-OS 1.5.4 (16_05_20) PWM bug

Postby eriksl » Mon Sep 12, 2016 9:24 pm

I switched to my own implementation now (for various reasons), so the problem is not relevant anymore.

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Re: NON-OS 1.5.4 (16_05_20) PWM bug

Postby beyondhong » Wed Nov 02, 2016 11:39 pm

I have the same problem using NON-OS 2.0
Can anyone tell me how to fix it

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