Spend your time on what matters most to your design. With time pressures and the need for trusted results, PSIM’s F2833x target module lets you test and troubleshoot control algorithms and hardware and generate ready-to-run C code automatically. The DSP Oscilloscope gives you real-time control and waveform display.
With SimCoder and the F2833x Target Module, debug and validate a control algorithm thoroughly in PSIM, and from the control schematic, generate ready-to-run C code automatically for Texas Instruments’ F2833x series floating-point MCU.
The F2833x Target module allows you to spend your time testing and troubleshooting control algorithms and hardware instead of studying datasheets to determine which bits in a register need to be set so that your ADC is triggered at the beginning of a PWM duty cycle.
The generated code will work with any DSP hardware board as long as the board uses the F2833x series DSP.
Features & Benefits
New features for F2833x Target Module in version 10.0.6
- Support for a scaling factor of larger than 3.
- Digital Output Initial State – Function to define the initial state of the digital output added.
- ISR Time Measurement – Measure time using a physical oscilloscope or through SCI using PSIM’s DSP Oscilloscope.
Target Library and DSP Oscilloscope
Explore the Hardware Target Library
The F2833x Target library includes elements for the following DSP functions:
- A/D converter
- Digital inputs and outputs
- PWM generator
- Encoder and counter
- SCI interface
- SPI interface
- Interrupts including trip-zone and capture
- Clock frequency selection
Easily test, debug and modify the DSP code in a non-disruptive and non-intrusive way.
Based on the F2833x SCI interface, PSIM provides the DSP Oscilloscope function that can display the real-time waveforms of the variables inside the DSP. The DSP Oscilloscope also provides the capability to modify the value of runtime variables during real-time system operation of the physical hardware.
DSP Oscilloscope and C-Code Generation
Use the DSP oscilloscope to identify internal process variables of the DSP to be monitored in the PSIM schematic. When the control schematic is translated into c-code using PSIM, the necessary code will be automatically setup so that these variables can be monitored using the DSP Oscilloscope interface in real-time.
Simply select and trigger on the signals as you would in a standard oscilloscope.
F2833x Target Resources
See what you can achieve with the F2833x module. Find more inspiration here.
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