Introduction to QTouch® Project Creation

This page provides information on the steps involved in creating and debugging a QTouch® project.

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Steps

1

Configure QTouch® Project using the QTouch® Configurator

The QTouch® Configurator provides the option to generate a QTouch® project for custom user boards, as well as to download a QTouch® project for standard evaluation boards.

2

Configure the Clock

After configuring QTouch® parameters using the QTouch® Configurator, the next step is to configure the clock.

3

Import Project

Download the configured QTouch® project package and import the project to Atmel Studio or IAR Embedded Workbench.

4

Project Settings & Build

You may need to configure few parameters in the IDE in order to make the project work. These steps are also covered in the above link.

5

Connect to Data Visualizer

Once the project is built and programmed into the target, you can view the QTouch® debug data using the Data Visualizer tool.

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