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[FAQ] CLA: Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Which peripheral registers can the CLA access directly?
Lori HeustessC2000 Software Engineering
A: The answer is C2000 MCU family dependent. In general, more recently released device families support CLA access to more peripherals. Refer to the device-specific datasheet for specific connection information. The list below indicates where to look in the datasheet:
Note: if there is more than one CLA on a device, they may not have the ability to connect to all of the same peripherals.
Some examples are given below.
2803x: The CLA has direct access to the ADC result, ePWM+HRPWM, and comparator registers. 2806x: The CLA has direct access to the ADC result, ePWM+HRPWM, eCAP, eQEP and comparator registers. 2807x: The CLA has direct access to the the ADC module(s) (including results), ePWM+HRPWM, eCAP, eQEP, comparator subsytem, DAC subsystem, SPI, McBSP, uPP, EMIF, GPIO 2837x: The CLA(s) has direct access to the the ADC module(s) (including results), ePWM+HRPWM, eCAP, eQEP, comparator subsytem, DAC subsystem, SPI, McBSP, uPP, EMIF(s), GPIO
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