FT9xx Software Examples

This page contains examples specific to the FT9xx 32 bit RISC Microcontroller (MCU) series featuring true Zero Wait State operation and speeds of up to 3.1 DMIPS. The projects may be used as reference material to develop further projects or to verify existing hardware functionality.

FT9xx EVE Examples

Bridgetek have produced examples showcasing how to use EVE with various host controllers including the FT9xx. Please navigate to the EVE Projects link for more information. Note that when importing these example into the FT9xx Toolchain based on Eclipse, do not select ‘copy to workspace’ as some required lower level directories are not copied using that method.

FT9xx Simple Examples

The FT9xx toolchain installer includes a set of sample projects showcasing how to use the dedicated libraries to access each functional block of the FT9xx devices. A separate copy is provided here for users wishing to either view the code before installing the toolchain or perhaps downloading files to repair edits made to the original download.

Further details of the functionality may be found in the application note AN_360.

FT9xx UART to GPIO Bridge

This example creates a bridge from the FT9xx UART port to GPIO. The example will accept instructions on the UART interface to monitor and control GPIO pins. Further details of the functionality may be found in the application note AN_372.

Full source code to allow the user to build or modify is available in the .zip file available for download here.

In addition to the MCU project code a simple windows utility application was also developed as an alternative to accessing the UART from a terminal emulator window. This is also made available for free download here.

FT9xx UART to SPI Bridge

This example creates a bridge from the FT9xx UART port to an SPI Master. The example will all data to be transferred between a UART port and an SPI Master. The data may be read or written. Further details of the functionality may be found in the application note AN_374.

Full source code to allow the user to build or modify is available in the .zip file available for download here.

In addition to the MCU project code a simple windows utility application was also developed as an alternative to accessing the UART from a terminal emulator window. This is also made available for free download here.