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techharsh

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Date of registration: Feb 1st 2012

Posts: 11

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Wednesday, January 13th 2016, 1:55pm

Queries regarding Low Power design with emboss

Hi,

My work environments are--

1- Microcontroler -- Rx1138 (Renessas)
2- IAR workbench ver for Renessas -- 2.80.1
3- IAR workbench ver for common component -- 7.2.4.3784

4- Emboss --3.90a

We have been assigned a project which is compiling in debug mode. In debug mode, library used is "osRxfll_FDP.a". Which .a file should be used for release mode?

Further implementation in software is implementation of low power modes, as project is battery operated. microcontroller provided low power modes. My question are-
1- Does this RTOS library support low poer mode?
2- Is there any setting or configuration specific to support for low power working?

If you have any application note for low power mode designing using emboss, then please share.

Regards,
Harsh

SEGGER - Martin

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Date of registration: Jul 1st 2014

Posts: 35

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Wednesday, January 13th 2016, 2:38pm

RE: Queries regarding Low Power design with emboss

Dear Harsh,


We have been assigned a project which is compiling in debug mode. In debug mode, library used is "osRxfll_FDP.a". Which .a file should be used for release mode?

That would be "osRxfll_FR.a". You may find more information on embOS library modes in the specific embOS RX IAR user manual, chapter "Naming conventions for prebuilt libraries".

Further implementation in software is implementation of low power modes, as project is battery operated. microcontroller provided low power modes. My question are-
1- Does this RTOS library support low poer mode?
2- Is there any setting or configuration specific to support for low power working?

Of course embOS supports power saving, e.g. with embOS' low power support module and the embOS tickless support. Further information on these two may be found inside the generic embOS manual, chapters "Low power support" and "Tickless support", as well as at our website embOS tickless support, which also offers an AppNote on this topic.
For a more sophisticated answer, however, I'd like to ask for more details on your specific application. For this purpose, I will contact you via email within a few minutes.

Best regards,
Martin