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ICD-U80 Serial monitor issue

 
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pet007



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ICD-U80 Serial monitor issue
PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2024 12:17 am     Reply with quote

Hi, please, how to setup Serial monitor to work with ICD-U80 ?
In my code is used pragma #use rs232(ICD), serial monitor start work after CCS Loader is finished, but there are messy output (like wrong baud rate?)
Code:

 printf("SMT160 - DC=%3.2f, Temp=%3.2c C \n",SMT160.DC, SMT160.Temp);


Serial Monitor output:
Code:

qvp`m`  }pn43l`    = ` ` `\0A
160`-`  }0n43l`    =``    \0A
qvp`m   =pn4sl     }``   `\0A
160`-`  }p.ts,     =   ` `\0A



There is choosen telnet port, baud rates tried various, no success, still messy output...
Thanks.
BTW. I have the latest ICD-U80 FW flashed already.
jeremiah



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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2024 8:25 am     Reply with quote

Your ICD stream should really at a minimum have DISABLE_INTS turned on:

Code:

#use rs232(ICD, DISABLE_INTS)


Start with that and see if that cleans it up. I just popped in a ICD-U80 with that line in a test program and it works out of the box. It pops up the SIOW program and starts printing stuff to the screen.
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