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Part Number: FDC2214
I am looking for some code that runs on a MSP432 Launchpad that will configure and read a FDC2214 in a continuous loop.
I actually wrote some code and it seems to work, but I am not getting as consistent of readings as using the EVM gui. I am trying to copy all the register settings as in the EVM, but when I try to set the RCOUNT values to 0xFFFF, all the data I read is 0 for every channel. Also, when I use a SETTLECOUNT higher than ~4, the readings get really inconsistent. So, I am assuming I am doing something wrong.
The EVM firmware is available in the following directory as a reference.
C:\ti\Sensing Solutions EVM GUI-1.9.1\EVM Firmware
In reply to Yibo Yu:
In reply to ferdster:
Hello Ferdster, Unfortunately, no MSP432 code has been developed by our team. The EVM code was developed on the MSP430 - you will need to port the functionality to the MSP432. In the EVM Firmware directory, we have the FDC221x.h and FDC221x.c files which can be used as a driver for the part. The MSP430 EVM code will provide examples of how to use the driver to configure the device and retrieve measurements. Regards, ChrisO
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