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M030 Group

Sample Program/Function Description Product Name
TMPM
036
TMPM
037
Analog/Digital converter ADC Example of reading ADC data from analog input pins V V
Clock/Mode control CG Switching example between NORMAL mode and IDLE/STOP mode V V
DMA controller DMAC Example of DMAC settings and data transfer between memory and peripheral devices using the UART V V
Flash control FLASH Example of running a program in the internal RAM and performing delete and rewrite of the internal flash memory V V
I/O port GPIO Usage example of Port using LEDs and KEYs V V
Low Voltage Detection Circuit LVD If Voltage is higher than the detection voltage, UART displays "UPPER". When Voltage is lower than the detection voltage, UART displays "LOWER". V V
Serial bus interface I2C Example of transmission / reception in I2C bus mode V V
Serial channel SIO/UART Example of UART configuration and transmission V V
Simple 16-bit timer TMR16A Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500 ms V V
16-bit timer TMRB Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500 ms
Output example of duty-variable PPG (programmable square wave)
V V
Watchdog timer WDT Example of the detection time and the processing after the detection for watchdog timer V V

M060 Group (TMPM061)

Sample Program/Function Description Product Name
TMPM
061
Analog/Digital converter ADC Example of reading ADC data from analog input pins V
Clock/Mode control CG Switching example between NORMAL mode and STOP mode V
24-bitΔΣ
Analog/Digital Converter
DSADC Example of checking the DSADC status and reading the result V
Flash control FLASH Example of running a program in the internal RAM and performing delete and rewrite of the internal flash memory V
LCD Driver LCD The 8 digits in the string '12345678' will be displayed in order in adjustable interval time by 1/4 duty, 1/3 bias drive system.
The 10 digits in the string '0123456789' will be displayed on the LCD in order in adjustable interval time by a static drive system.
V
Low Voltage Detection Circuit LVD When the power supply voltage is normal, LED0 will blink and LED1 will be turned off.
When the power supply voltage is lower than the detection voltage, it will cause an interrupt: INTLVD,the LED0 will be turned off and LED1 will blink.
V
Real-time clock RTC Configuration example for date and time V
Serial bus interface SBI Example of transmission / reception in I2C bus mode V
Serial channel SIO/UART Example of UART configuration and transmission V
Simple 16-bit timer TMR16A Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500 ms V
16-bit timer TMRB Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500 ms
Output example of duty-variable PPG (programmable square wave)
V
Watchdog timer WDT Example of the detection time and the processing after the detection for watchdog timer V

M060 Group (TMPM066)

Sample Program/Function Description Product Name
TMPM
066
Analog/Digital converter ADC Example of reading ADC data from analog input pins V
Clock/Mode control CG Switching example between NORMAL mode and IDLE/STOP mode V
Flash control FLASH Example of running a program in the internal RAM and performing delete and rewrite of the internal flash memory V
I/O port GPIO Usage example of Port using LEDs and KEYs V
Low Voltage Detection Circuit LVD If Voltage is upper than the detection voltage, UART displays "UPPER". When Voltage is lower than the detection voltage, UART displays "LOWER". V
Serial bus interface SBI Example of transmission / reception in I2C bus mode V
Serial channel SIO/UART Example of UART configuration and transmission V
Simple 16-bit timer TMR16A Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500 ms V
16-bit timer TMRB Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500 ms
Output example of duty-variable PPG (programmable square wave)
V
High-resolution 16-bit timer TMRD Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500 ms
Output example of duty-variable PPG (programmable square wave)
V
Synchronized serial interface TSPI Example of transmission / reception in TSPI. V
μDMA controller uDMAC Example of DMAC settings and data transfer between the memories V
USB Device Controller USBD HID(Human Interface Device) Mouse Demo
Once the Evaluation board is connected via USB interface to PC and then powered on, it will be recognized to be a standard USB mouse and then it controls the arrow icon on PC screen as below, which will be repeated for 3 times.
V
CDC (communication device class) Loopback Demo
On the evaluation board, a simple CDC demonstration program was designed to serve as a COM device in a simulation.
V
Watchdog timer WDT Example of the detection time and the processing after the detection for watchdog timer V

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