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dhenr1
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Blinky Example - what is USR?

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The Blinky example contains the following erroneous comment

"jumper J3 must be set to USR"

That should be J5, which attaches the onboard LED to either to SCK or PWM pin (labelled 13 & 9).

Which begs the question, why is the PWM pin labelled USR on J5?

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idata
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Hi Ngaman,

That's a good question, as you can see in thehttp://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/embedded/products/quark/mcu/d2000/quark-d2000-crb-schematics.... Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000 Development Platform: Schematics, in the page 7 (check the image below), the jumper is used to control the USER DEFINED LED, that's why it is USR making reference to it, and yes it is connected to the PWM pin (default) or the SCK pin using a multiplexer.

I hope this is the answer that you are looking for, and thank you so much for letting us know about the error in the code.

Have a nice day.

Regards,

-Leonardo

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idata
Community Manager
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Hi Ngaman,

That's a good question, as you can see in thehttp://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/embedded/products/quark/mcu/d2000/quark-d2000-crb-schematics.... Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000 Development Platform: Schematics, in the page 7 (check the image below), the jumper is used to control the USER DEFINED LED, that's why it is USR making reference to it, and yes it is connected to the PWM pin (default) or the SCK pin using a multiplexer.

I hope this is the answer that you are looking for, and thank you so much for letting us know about the error in the code.

Have a nice day.

Regards,

-Leonardo

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dhenr1
Beginner
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Thanks, got it.

idata
Community Manager
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Hi Ngaman,

Great!! If you need anything else just let us know.

Have a nice day.

Regards,

-Leonardo