Support for the IKEA TRÅDFRI modules. More...
Support for the IKEA TRÅDFRI modules.
The IKEA TRÅDFRI is a small board found in different IKEA TRÅDFRI products. The board contains an EFR32 microcontroller and a 2MBit SPI NOR Flash.
More information about the module can be found on this GitHub page.
|Vendor Family||EFR32 Mighty Gecko 1P|
|RAM||32.0KiB (1.0KiB reserved)|
|Frequency||up to 38.4 MHz|
|Timers||2x 16-bit + 1x 16-bit (low power)|
|UARTs||2x USART, 1x LEUART|
|Vcc||1.85V - 3.8V|
There are currently two types of modules available. The older module is labeled ICC-1 and the newer one ICC-A-1. The main difference, is that pin PF3 is now used to enable the SPI NOR Flash, and not exposed anymore.
Pin 1 is on the top-left side with only 6 contacts.
Note**: On the ICC-A-1 module, PF3 is not exposed anymore.
|ADC||0||ADC0||CHAN0: internal temperature||Ports are fixed, 14/16-bit resolution not supported|
|HWCRYPTO||—||—||AES128/AES256, SHA1, SHA256|
|RTT||—||RTCC||1 Hz interval. Either RTT or RTC (see below)|
|RTC||—||RTCC||1 Hz interval. Either RTC or RTT (see below)|
|SPI||0||USART1||MOSI: PD15, MISO: PD14, CLK: PD13|
|Timer||0||TIMER0 + TIMER1||TIMER0 is used as prescaler (must be adjecent)|
|UART||0||USART0||RX: PB15, TX: PB14||Default STDIO output|
|LEUART||0||LEUART0||RX: PB15, TX: PB14||Alternate to using UART|
|MCU||EFR32MG1P||yes||Power modes supported|
|GPIO||yes||Interrupts are shared across pins (see reference manual)|
|RTCC||yes||As RTT or RTC|
|SPI||partially||Only master mode|
|UART||yes||USART is shared with SPI. LEUART baud rate limited (see below)|
|SPI NOR Flash||IS25LQ020B||yes||2MBit flash. Can be used with the the MTD API.|
By default the UART peripheral is used for the TX/RX pins, however the pinout is compatible with LEUART also. You can switch from UART to LEUART by compiling with
Note**: LEUART is not working on the ICC-1 module.
There are several clock sources that are available for the different peripherals. You are advised to read AN0004.1 to get familiar with the different clocks.
|HFRCO||Yes||19 MHz||Enabled during startup, changeable|
|ULFRCO||No||1.000 kHz||Not very reliable as a time source|
The sources can be used to clock following branches:
|HF||HFRCO, HFXO||Core, peripherals|
|LFA||LFRCO, LFXO||Low-power timers|
|LFB||LFRCO, LFXO, CORELEDIV2||Low-power UART|
|LFE||LFRCO, LFXO||Real-time Clock and Calendar|
CORELEDIV2 is a source that depends on the clock source that powers the core. It is divided by 2 or 4 to not exceed maximum clock frequencies (EMLIB takes care of this).
The frequencies mentioned in the tables above are specific for this starter kit.
It is important that the clock speeds are known to the code, for proper calculations of speeds and baud rates. If the HFXO or LFXO are different from the speeds above, ensure to pass
EFM32_LFXO_FREQ=freq_in_hz to your compiler.
You can override the branch's clock source by adding
CLOCK_LFA=source to your compiler defines, e.g.
To flash, SEGGER JLink is required.
Flashing is supported by RIOT-OS using the command below:
To run the GDB debugger, use the command:
Or, to connect with your own debugger:
Some boards have (limited) support for emulation, which can be started with:
For using the IKEA TRåDFRI module we strongly recommend the usage of the GNU Tools for ARM Embedded Processors toolchain.
Silicon Labs' EMLIB: zlib-style license (permits distribution of source).
|Board specific definitions for the IKEA TRÅDFRI modules. |
|Board specific configuration of direct mapped GPIOs. |
|Configuration of CPU peripherals for the IKEA TRÅDFRI modules. |