package ti.sysbios.timers    

Contains various timer modules

This package contains Timer modules that manage the timer peripherals available on various devices. For the IDs, names, and base addresses of supported devices, see the following Timer Mapping Tables: [ more ... ]
XDCspec declarations sourced in ti/sysbios/timers/package.xdc
package ti.sysbios.timers [2, 0, 0, 0] {
 
}
DETAILS
This package contains Timer modules that manage the timer peripherals available on various devices. For the IDs, names, and base addresses of supported devices, see the following Timer Mapping Tables:
The Timer modules let you use and configure various timers that exist on a particular device. This is achieved by specifying a timer ID when calling Timer_create().
By default, the ti.sysbios.knl.Clock module statically configures a ti.sysbios.hal.Timer timer instance to provide the periodic 1 ms tick interrupt. If you want to use a custom configured timer for the Clock module's tick source, use the following example configuration as a guide:
  var Clock = xdc.useModule('ti.sysbios.knl.Clock');

  // Tell the Clock module that YOU are providing the periodic interrupt
  Clock.tickSource = Clock.TickSource_USER;

  // this example uses the ti.sysbios.timers.dmtimer.Timer module
  var Timer = xdc.useModule('ti.sysbios.timers.dmtimer.Timer');

  // create a dmtimer config parameter object
  var timerParams = new Timer.Params();

  // make sure you set the period to 1000 us (1ms)
  timerParams.period = 1000;

  // custom dmtimer config parameters here...
  timerParams.twer.ovf_wup_ena = 1;

  // Create the timer.
  // This example uses timer id 3.
  // The timer interrupt handler must be set to 'Clock.tick'. 
  Timer.create(3, Clock.tick, timerParams);
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