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JoYa_4324706
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I am trying to connect my Timer Counter with Clk_Peri, but this error message occurred when I tried to build the project. Shouldn't the Clk_Peri appeared in the drop-down menu be available as a source of clock for the Timer Counter?

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All clock settings were default. Did I miss something in order to connect a existing clock to the Timer Counter component?

Thanks!

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NoriTan
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Attached figure comes from "PSoC 6 MCU: PSoC 63 with BLE Architecture TRM, Document No. 002-18176"

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It is found that the Peripheral Blocks (including TCPWM) can be clocked by clk_peri.

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On the other hand, the clock must be provided via one of the peripheral clock dividers.

So, please use "New" clock instead of "Existing" one as follows.

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Both configuration can be accepted by PSoC Creator.

Regards,

Noriaki

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NoriTan
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Attached figure comes from "PSoC 6 MCU: PSoC 63 with BLE Architecture TRM, Document No. 002-18176"

GS004264.png

It is found that the Peripheral Blocks (including TCPWM) can be clocked by clk_peri.

GS004267.png

On the other hand, the clock must be provided via one of the peripheral clock dividers.

So, please use "New" clock instead of "Existing" one as follows.

GS004266.pngGS004265.png

Both configuration can be accepted by PSoC Creator.

Regards,

Noriaki

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