MPLAB® Harmony v2 Labs for ADC, UART, and USB Bootloader (chipKIT® WF32)

Please refer to the "Introduction to MPLAB® Harmony (PDF-based with Labs)" page to access the "Harmony Training Slides". The following labs provide a low-cost alternative to the hardware required by the labs on that page.

This lab manual provides detailed instructions on creating all labs from scratch. The hardware platform is the chipKIT® WF32 (PIC32MX-based) from Digilent® Inc. All labs use the MPLAB Harmony Configurator (MHC) to perform the following:

  • Lab 1a: Read a POT using the ADC
  • Lab 1b: Use Debug System Service to write ADC result to UART
  • Lab 2a: Create a USB flash drive bootloader
    • (Standard or PRO XC32 compiler required to generate MIPS16 code)
  • Lab 2b: Configure Lab 1 to be loaded from a USB flash drive

Harmony Training Lab Manual


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