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User21530
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Hello Infineon,

I have just purchased BTS7002-1EPP demo board in attempt to control light units (12V 3A LED) on a vehicle with a typical battery, and usual Vdc from 12 to 14V. I have a few questions;

1) is it possible to implement Arduino code to XMC1100 Boot Kit
2) is it possible to have XMC1100 Boot Kit run the code on its own even after its been powered off
3) do the input pins on the board use internal pullup or should this be done externally?

Thanks for any help 😄
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Abhilash_P
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Hi,

1) is it possible to implement Arduino code to XMC1100 Boot Kit?
Solution: Yes, it is possible. Please find the below image from the PROFET™ +2 12V Arduino Shield datasheet to confirm.
And also please refer the link "https://github.com/Infineon/XMC-for-Arduino" for adding XMC microcontrollers into Arduino IDE.

5053.attach

2) is it possible to have XMC1100 Boot Kit run the code on its own even after its been powered off?
Solution: If jumper J1 is connected, the microcontroller board is powered by BAT+. Otherwise, the user has always to connect the USB port to the microcontroller to supply the device. In case the user is employing the option of the
connected jumper J1, then it has to be ensured that the installed LDO (voltage regulator) on the used microcontroller board (e.g. Arduino Uno, Aurix shield buddy, XMC™ 1100 boot kit, XMC™ 4700 Relax Kit ...) is able to withstand a maximum of 28 V.

3) do the input pins on the board use internal pullup or should this be done externally?
Solution: Can I please know if your are referring to the main XMC board or the PROFET™ +2 12V Arduino Shield board. If you are referring to the IN pin of the PROFET™ +2 12V Arduino Shield board, then pull ups are internal to the board.

Regards,
Abhilash P

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Abhilash_P
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Hi,

1) is it possible to implement Arduino code to XMC1100 Boot Kit?
Solution: Yes, it is possible. Please find the below image from the PROFET™ +2 12V Arduino Shield datasheet to confirm.
And also please refer the link "https://github.com/Infineon/XMC-for-Arduino" for adding XMC microcontrollers into Arduino IDE.

5053.attach

2) is it possible to have XMC1100 Boot Kit run the code on its own even after its been powered off?
Solution: If jumper J1 is connected, the microcontroller board is powered by BAT+. Otherwise, the user has always to connect the USB port to the microcontroller to supply the device. In case the user is employing the option of the
connected jumper J1, then it has to be ensured that the installed LDO (voltage regulator) on the used microcontroller board (e.g. Arduino Uno, Aurix shield buddy, XMC™ 1100 boot kit, XMC™ 4700 Relax Kit ...) is able to withstand a maximum of 28 V.

3) do the input pins on the board use internal pullup or should this be done externally?
Solution: Can I please know if your are referring to the main XMC board or the PROFET™ +2 12V Arduino Shield board. If you are referring to the IN pin of the PROFET™ +2 12V Arduino Shield board, then pull ups are internal to the board.

Regards,
Abhilash P
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