Where can I find peripheral examples like SPI, ADC & other I/Os for Blue Gecko?
For the peripheral examples check the c:\SiliconLabs\SimplicityStudio\v3\developer\sdks\efm32\v2\kits\SLSTK3401A_EFM32PG\examples\
These examples are written to a Pearl Gecko kit but the MCU is the same EFR32 as in the Blue Gecko.
I'm also searching for peripheral examples, but I can't find the folder SLSTK3401A_EFM32PG and currently linke to work with v4
Once the Gecko SDK installed via the package manager the examples are in this folder:
I have this path:
...with no kit folder
There is a kit folder here:
However it does not contain an example directory for 'SLWSTK6101C' - which is my product number
Since we have the common SDK the examples moved to here:
That directory won't open for me either (although some of them will). Originally with Windows and now I have switched to Ubuntu 16.04 and still does not open.
SLSTK3401A is EFM32 but my kit being a BGM111 (also a BGM121 came with the kit) is EFR32 correct? Perhaps this is why it won't open.
I just want to find a simple example that uses the ADC with a peripheral pin (e.g. a joystick example, or perhaps space invaders example). or the simplest c code to do this (not BGscript as apparently this is being discontinued).
I have been trying for a couple of months to get the joystick working as a first instance of this, including with resort the forum, but there does not seem to be any indicatin of the way to do this.
#1 You need to install the 32 bit MCU SDK to have these folders via package manager.
#2 The BGM modules has EFR32 inside.
I'm pretty sure that it is installed as it has 'uninstall' next to it.
The only items not installed on the SDK tab of the package manager is the 8051 and Flex SDK
I always make sure the software is up to date.
I just need a simple C (as BGscript is no longer to be supported) example using the ADC to sample a GPIO pin for BGM111 or 121 there must be such code kicking around at Silicon Labs somewhere (or an explaination of how this can be done with the hardware)
Perhaps a joystick example?
Having the same issue, very frustrating.
Anyone have any luck finding these?
I've been working on learning (BGM11s) for several weeks now. I'm only trying to read battery and an i2c module. Simple right?
It is very difficult to find nice clean examples, similar to what existed for BGScript. It only took a couple of days to figure that out. That was one of the wonderful features of BlueGigia. Given the numerous libraries and support files I think it might be easy here too, but it is almost impossible to decode...
It is also confusing because the examples seem to be written in two very different styles between the ones written by BG Guys and the SiGuys...