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This page provides a sample software download service for the M440 group.
Function list for sample software.
|Sample Software/Function||Description||Product Name|
|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/STOP1/STOP2 mode||V|
|Digital/Analog converter||DAC||Output example of sawtooth waveform from the DA pin||V|
|DMA controller||DMAC||Example of DMAC settings and data transfer between memory and peripheral devices using the UART||V
|Enhanced 2-phase pulse input counter||EPHC||Configuration example for Quadruple Count mode||V|
|Enhanced Serial I/O||ESIO||Example of transmission for single transfer||V|
|External bus interface||EXB||Example of read / write of the SRAM that is connected to the external bus||V|
|Flash control||FLASH||Example of running a program in the internal RAM and performing delete and rewrite of the internal flash memory||V|
|Asynchronous Serial Channel||FUART||This program sends 64 different data values from TX pin and receives data from RX pin.||V|
|I/O port||GPIO||Usage example of Port using LEDs and KEYs||V
|Key Matrix Scan||KSCAN||The LED0 to LED7 turns on when KEY0 to KEY7 are pressed one by one.||V|
|Key-on Wake up||KWUP||Example of enter and release low power mode||V|
|2-phase pulse input counter||PHC||Configuration example for Quadruple Count mode||V|
|PSC||The code and data of PSC are transmitted after a reset start using DMAC. The transmitted PSC program is repeatedly executed using TMRB channel.||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|
|16-bit timer||TMRB||Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500 ms
Output example of duty-variable PPG (programmable square wave)
|32-bit timer||TMRC||Example of timer interrupt||V|
|High-resolution 16-bit timer||TMRD||Example of timer interrupt that runs every 500ms||V|
|Watchdog timer||WDT||Example of the detection time and the processing after the detection for watchdog timer||V|
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