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Urgent Help Needed! CodeWarrior and APS12C128 + MCU SLK
David J. Nov 3, 2015 at 04:14 PM (16:14 hours)
Staff: Takao Y.

  • Hi

    I am having some serious trouble with a particular task I was given for my studies. I am very desperate and the deadline is not very far away. Since I have a full time job and a family to look after I have tried to do this myself without help but I just cannot get my head around it.... I have been doing fine with other subjects, but this subject is just killing me! I just cannot understand it.

    For this task I have the CodeWarrior installed on my laptop and I have the APS12C128 plugged into the MCU SLK. I have also a bunch of wires to make links and an additional Potentiometer unit.

    This is my equipment provided:

    This involves writing a program for an oven...

    The C code must do the following:

    1. Oven ON/OFF LED and Switch (Oven must be on to do anything)
    2. Set oven Desired temperature using a potentiality (One that is inbuilt in MCU SLK)
    3. Oven door closed (digital input)
    4. Oven Door closed on/off indication via an LED
    5. Oven Door locked when temperature is above 100degC
    6. Oven Door locked indication via an LED
    7. Heater on/off indication via an LED
    8. Set oven actual temperature via ANOTHER potentiality which has to be plugged into the MCU SLK
    9. Temperature monitoring via display which is in-built into the MCU SLK
    10. Safety indication where LEDs blink if oven goes above 250 degC and a command which will stop the heater until temperature is below 250degC again.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    I know this is not an easy task and I am even prepared to pay for some help... *gulp*


  • Greetings,

    I asked my colleagues for the last few days and unfortunately we could not find anyone who has the time to help you on a project. We hope you have found the help to get your assignment completed. If you have any questions regarding flash programming and debugging capabilities using the embedded multilink on your board, then I will be happy to help you get any problems resolved as quickly as possible.

    Takao Yamada

  • Hi

    I appreciate your efforts,

    Maybe someone can help me with writing the basic code in C?

    I was able to put together a flow diagram for this process

    I would be so happy if someone can help.

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