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e3402

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ADC
« on: June 26, 2015, 12:35:52 PM »
Hi,
Is there a code sample for ADC in LPC 1343?

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Re: ADC
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2015, 02:04:33 PM »

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Re: ADC
« Reply #2 on: July 03, 2015, 11:41:28 AM »
Thanks John,
However I am using IAR, and when I tried to create new project written in C, it requires a main block I have found a code for ADC but it has not a main block how can I add this code to a main block? Here is the code that I found.

/**************************************************************************/
/*!
    @file     adc.c
    @author   K. Townsend (microBuilder.eu)
    @date     22 March 2010
    @version  0.10
   
    @section Description
   
    SW-based single-channel A/D conversion.  If you wish to convert
    multiple ADC channels simultaneously, this code will need to be
    modified to work in BURST mode.
    @section Example
    @code
    #include "core/cpu/cpu.h"
    #include "core/adc/adc.h"
    void main (void)
    {
      cpuInit();
      adcInit();
      uint32_t results = 0; 
      while(1)
      {
        // Get A/D conversion results from A/D channel 0
        results = adcRead(0);
      }
    }
    @endcode
    @section LICENSE
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    All rights reserved.
    Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
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    WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
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    DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
    (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES;
    LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND
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    (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
    SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
 */
/**************************************************************************/

#include "adc.h"

static bool _adcInitialised = false;
static uint8_t _adcLastChannel = 0;

/**************************************************************************/
/*!
    @brief Returns the conversion results on the specified ADC channel.
    This function will manually start an A/D conversion on a single
    channel and return the results. 
    @param[in]  channelNum
                The A/D channel [0..7] that will be used during the A/D
                conversion.  (Note that only A/D channel's 0..3 are
                configured by default in adcInit.)
    @return     0 if an overrun error occured, otherwise a 10-bit value
                containing the A/D conversion results.
    @warning    Only AD channels 0..3 are configured for A/D in adcInit.
                If you wish to use A/D pins 4..7 they will also need to
                be added to the adcInit function.
*/
/**************************************************************************/
uint32_t adcReadSingle (uint8_t channelNum)
{
  if (!_adcInitialised) adcInit();

  uint32_t regVal, adcData;

  /* make sure that channel number is 0..7 */
  if ( channelNum >= 8 )
  {
    // ToDo: Change this to throw an exception back
    channelNum = 0;
  }

  /* Deselect all channels */
  ADC_AD0CR &= ~ADC_AD0CR_SEL_MASK;

  /* Start converting now on the appropriate channel */
  ADC_AD0CR |= ADC_AD0CR_START_STARTNOW | (1 << channelNum);
            
  /* wait until end of A/D convert */
  while ( 1 )         
  {
    // Get data register results for the requested channel
    switch (channelNum)
    {
      case 0:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR0)));
        break;
      case 1:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR1)));
        break;
      case 2:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR2)));
        break;
      case 3:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR3)));
        break;
      case 4:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR4)));
        break;
      case 5:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR5)));
        break;
      case 6:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR6)));
        break;
      case 7:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR7)));
        break;
      default:
        regVal = (*(pREG32(ADC_AD0DR0)));
        break;
    }

    /* read result of A/D conversion */
    if (regVal & ADC_DR_DONE)
    {
      break;
    }
  }

  /* stop ADC */
  ADC_AD0CR &= ~ADC_AD0CR_START_MASK;

  /* return 0 if an overrun occurred */
  if ( regVal & ADC_DR_OVERRUN )
  {
    return (0);
  }

  /* return conversion results */
  adcData = (regVal >> 6) & 0x3FF;
  return (adcData);
}

/**************************************************************************/
/*!
    @brief Returns the conversion results on the specified ADC channel.
    This function will manually start an A/D conversion on a single
    channel and return the results.  If ADC Averaging is enabled
    (via ADC_AVERAGING_ENABLE) the specified number of values will be
    samples from the ADC and the average value will be returned.
    @param[in]  channelNum
                The A/D channel [0..7] that will be used during the A/D
                conversion.  (Note that only A/D channel's 0..3 are
                configured by default in adcInit.)
    @return     0 if an overrun error occured, otherwise a 10-bit value
                containing the A/D conversion results.
    @warning    Only AD channels 0..3 are configured for A/D in adcInit.
                If you wish to use A/D pins 4..7 they will also need to
                be added to the adcInit function.
*/
/**************************************************************************/
uint32_t adcRead (uint8_t channelNum)
{
  if (!_adcInitialised) adcInit();

  #if ADC_AVERAGING_ENABLE
    uint32_t adcTotal, i;
    adcTotal = 0;
    for (i=0; i<ADC_AVERAGING_SAMPLES;i++)
    {
      adcTotal += adcReadSingle(channelNum);
    }
    return adcTotal/ADC_AVERAGING_SAMPLES;
  #else
    return adcReadSingle(channelNum);
  #endif
}

/**************************************************************************/
/*!
    @brief      Initialises the A/D converter and configures channels 0..3
                for 10-bit, SW-controlled A/D conversion.
    @return     Nothing
*/
/**************************************************************************/
void adcInit (void)
{
  /* Disable Power down bit to the ADC block. */
  SCB_PDRUNCFG &= ~(SCB_PDRUNCFG_ADC);

  /* Enable AHB clock to the ADC. */
  SCB_SYSAHBCLKCTRL |= (SCB_SYSAHBCLKCTRL_ADC);

  /* Digital pins need to have the 'analog' bit set in addition
     to changing their pin function */

  /* Set AD0 to analog input */
  IOCON_JTAG_TDI_PIO0_11 &= ~(IOCON_JTAG_TDI_PIO0_11_ADMODE_MASK |
                              IOCON_JTAG_TDI_PIO0_11_FUNC_MASK |
                              IOCON_JTAG_TDI_PIO0_11_MODE_MASK);
  IOCON_JTAG_TDI_PIO0_11 |=  (IOCON_JTAG_TDI_PIO0_11_FUNC_AD0 &
                              IOCON_JTAG_TDI_PIO0_11_ADMODE_ANALOG);

  /* Set AD1 to analog input */
  IOCON_JTAG_TMS_PIO1_0 &=  ~(IOCON_JTAG_TMS_PIO1_0_ADMODE_MASK |
                              IOCON_JTAG_TMS_PIO1_0_FUNC_MASK |
                              IOCON_JTAG_TMS_PIO1_0_MODE_MASK);
  IOCON_JTAG_TMS_PIO1_0 |=   (IOCON_JTAG_TMS_PIO1_0_FUNC_AD1 &
                              IOCON_JTAG_TMS_PIO1_0_ADMODE_ANALOG);

  /* Set AD2 to analog input */
  IOCON_JTAG_TDO_PIO1_1 &=  ~(IOCON_JTAG_TDO_PIO1_1_ADMODE_MASK |
                              IOCON_JTAG_TDO_PIO1_1_FUNC_MASK |
                              IOCON_JTAG_TDO_PIO1_1_MODE_MASK);
  IOCON_JTAG_TDO_PIO1_1 |=   (IOCON_JTAG_TDO_PIO1_1_FUNC_AD2 &
                              IOCON_JTAG_TDO_PIO1_1_ADMODE_ANALOG);

  /* Set AD3 to analog input */
  IOCON_JTAG_nTRST_PIO1_2 &= ~(IOCON_JTAG_nTRST_PIO1_2_ADMODE_MASK |
                               IOCON_JTAG_nTRST_PIO1_2_FUNC_MASK |
                               IOCON_JTAG_nTRST_PIO1_2_MODE_MASK);
  IOCON_JTAG_nTRST_PIO1_2 |=  (IOCON_JTAG_nTRST_PIO1_2_FUNC_AD3 &
                               IOCON_JTAG_nTRST_PIO1_2_ADMODE_ANALOG);

  /* Note that in SW mode only one channel can be selected at a time (AD0 in this case)
     To select multiple channels, ADC_AD0CR_BURST_HWSCANMODE must be used */
  ADC_AD0CR = (ADC_AD0CR_SEL_AD0 |                     /* SEL=1,select channel 0 on ADC0 */
              (((CFG_CPU_CCLK / SCB_SYSAHBCLKDIV) / 1000000 - 1 ) <<  8 ) |   /* CLKDIV = Fpclk / 1000000 - 1 */
              ADC_AD0CR_BURST_SWMODE |                 /* BURST = 0, no BURST, software controlled */
              ADC_AD0CR_CLKS_10BITS |                  /* CLKS = 0, 11 clocks/10 bits */
              ADC_AD0CR_START_NOSTART |                /* START = 0 A/D conversion stops */
              ADC_AD0CR_EDGE_RISING);                  /* EDGE = 0 (CAP/MAT signal falling, trigger A/D conversion) */

  /* Set initialisation flag */
  _adcInitialised = true;

  /* Set last channel flag to 0 (initialised above) */
  _adcLastChannel = 0;

  return;
}


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