Lab 1: Create the Application

Step 7: With MHC, Configure System Time Service and Timer

1

Add the Time system service from the Available Components window under Harmony > System Services > TIME.

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Figure 1: Add Time System Service

The PLIB Used field will be auto-populated once connected to a source timer.

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Figure 2: Time System Service Configuration Options

2

Attach the Core Timer as a source for the Time module.

Right-click on the red diamond next to TMR. From the Satisfiers list, select CORE TIMER (core_timer).

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Figure 3: Connect Time with Core Timer
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Figure 4: Core Timer Configuration Options

Note: Core Timer is configured by default with a timer period of 1 millisecond.



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