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what is the difference between ert.tlc model and idelink_ert.tlc model?

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on 2 Apr 2014
Latest activity Commented on by SAMEER DEWANGAN on 29 Jan 2019
we have been working on C2OOO PICOLLO Launch pad by embedding codes generated from MATLAB.PWM generation from example file was successfully executed but we encountered an error while executing another project.[permanent magnet synchronous motor field oriented control]. The error was "The call to idelink_ert_make_rtw_hook, during the entry hook generated the following error: Could not connect to the board specified in the Target Hardware Resources tab on the Coder Target pane in the Configuration Parameters dialog.
The build process will terminate as a result." what may be the reason and what should we do?

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Answer by Sumith Sekharan on 30 Apr 2015

For C2000 processors 2 workflows are supported, 1. Using ert.tlc : all new targets are supported with this system target file. Auto-download is supported for ccv4, v5 and v6. Please look at example model c28069pmsmfoc_ert.slx
2. Using idelink_ert.tlc: this is old way of supporting target hardware. New processors are not supported with this system target file.
If you are new to C2000 support package it is better to use ert.tlc system target file.
The error message you are getting is because your target hardware is not connected properly to the PC. Are you using CCSv3.3? Which launch pad you are using?
Thanks, Sumith

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I am facing same problem mention above.I am using CCSv3.3.
please help me out .
sir
thankyou

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