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Infineon DAvE

Infineon Technologies offers a configuration and programming utility called DAvE. This free utility helps you configure the CPU and create C source code to use the on-chip peripherals of the various XC800, XC16x, and C16x devices. It also imports any configurations in the startup file.

Here is a brief overview on using DAvE.

  • Start DAvE and create a project file with Project – New. DAvE uses .DAV as the project file extension. Use the same name as the µVision project, i.e. ..\App\MyProg.DAV
  • After selecting the CPU and Keil C51 toolchain, right click the mouse in the CPU picture to open the peripherals dialogs.

XC866 DAvE Overview

  • When you have made all project changes, use the command File – Save to store the DAvE project in a folder on your computer.
  • Then, use the DAvE command File – Generate Code to create the Project Info File and Source Files.
  • Now you can directly import the *.DPT in µVision as a Project file using the µVision menu Project - Open Project. You may open the Windows Explorer and double click on the *.DPT file.
  • µVision creates a Project that includes all Source Files generated by DAvE, including a configured version of the startup file.
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