How can i get the ADS1298MVK module for the MAVRK pro motherboard ?
Does that board work with ECG cable instead of an ECG simulator ?
The ADS1298 is going in for what we hope is it's final respin this month. Performance on the module is good, but we have a few net changes we need to correct.
Availability should be mid to late 1st quarter.
Thank you for your interest in the AFE-ADS1298-MVK. This ECG Module is in final stages of the develop process and should be release in 1Q12. After release, it will be available on TI's e-store. If you need an ECG EVM right away, please consider the ADS1298ECGFE-PDK.
Regardng your 2nd question, the AFE-ADS1298-MVK module is a development tool only. The module should be used with a ECG cable and a Patient Simluator. There are a vareity of patient simulators on the market. including some from Fluke Medical and Biometric Cable. Please reter to the ADS1298ECGFE-PDK User Guide on ti.com for more information on a patient simulator (page 64).
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of course yes, thank yo so much for your help
My client has an immediate need for this ADS1298 MAVRK module, we'd be overjoyed to alpha- or beta-site it for you. We have two of our own ADS1298 designs in test at the moment, this one would speed up our development.
We can even rework boards if that would allow us to get the module more quickly.
Please contact me!
Thank you for your interest in the MAVRK platform. We're very interested in supporting your opportunity however the MAVRK ADS1298 module has not been released yet. We have prototype modules available and would like to talk with you about your design project. Please feel free to call me at 214-567-7715
Please visit us at www.ti.com/MAVRK
Carol Primdahl. MAVRK Program Mgr
We've implemented the ADS1298 in our MCOT/Holter Monitor device, if is being controlled by an MSP430F5438A. We also have purchased MAVRK boards and have those running too. The software that we have is a derivative of the MARVK code and is capable of running the MAVRK and then can be re-configured via a compile-time option for our target hardware. As stated, with this code, we can successfully communicate with the ADS1298 on our target board.Our problem is that the TI App Monitor is apparently where the ADS1298 settings are determined and controlled. We wanted to make use of the TI settings so that we can essentially emulate the MAVRK performanceand then compare our performance against the MAVRK, but we don't know what data to use or conceptually how you've got the MAVRK demo parameters done.
Also, We'd like to know how the MAVRK code stores register setup data and what the setups are for the ADS1298 app. We think it is in the App Monitor (QT) code, which I don't think I have
So we would appreciate any help you can give us.
The code you are looking for is located in the init_ADS1x9x.c file. Line # 179 initializes the ADS1298 via a constants table (which is located in the ADS1x9x_Constants_Tables.c file) configured as address followed by value.
It then verifies the constants followed by the read, modify, write of different API calls (mvk_Initialize_ADS1x9x_Data_Rate for example).
API code is located in the ADS1x9x_Functions.c file.
Hope this helps!
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