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BLIP Board adi_pwr_SetFreq Failure?

Question asked by wher0001 on Mar 8, 2017
Latest reply on Mar 13, 2017 by Sudheer

AD BLIP Board Evaluation:

bf707_blip2_1.0.0\FrameCapture_ClassDriver_ASX340\

 

Simply using the example provided.

I am not getting the output *.dat file and I am also having an error with adi_pwrSetFrew

 

"

Loading application: "C:\Analog Devices\SoftwareModules\ADZS_BF707_BLIP2_Board-Rel1.0.0\Blackfin\Examples\drivers\sensor\aptina\asx340\FrameCapture_ClassDriver\Debug\FrameCapture_ClassDriver_ASX340.dxe"
Load complete.
adi_pwr_SetFreq failed
VGA 640x480 @ 30FPS
Finished capturing Frame 1
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Output file ../aptina_asx340_capture.dat is generated.
All Done. 

 

/* Set the maximum core and system frequency */
eResult = adi_pwr_SetFreq(CGU_DEV_NUM,
PROC_MAX_CORE_CLOCK,
PROC_MAX_SYS_CLOCK);
if(eResult != ADI_PWR_SUCCESS)
{
printf("adi_pwr_SetFreq failed \n");
return 1;

}

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