I’ve got an application I wrote originally for the NS7520 development board, and now I’m using the connect ME. The problem is that when I try to use BSP_TICKS_PER_SECOND and tx_time_get() to determine time intervals, I get very large numbers on the connect ME. The BSP has BSP_TICKS_PER_SECOND defined as 100, but it looks much much higher than that. The same code worked perfect on the NS7520 development board. Thanks! Kevin

Are you sure? I just performed two a test both on 7520 and ConnectME and as I see tx_time_get() gives me correct value after a sleep of 10.

Since tx_thread_sleep takes ticks as it’s parameter (not milliseconds), isn’t your test code always going to be right, regardless of BSP_TICKS_PER_SECOND?

At any rate you are right, it isn’t broken. The bug is mine, and too embarrasing to show what I had wrong here! :slight_smile: Sorry for wasting your time. Kevin