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Part Number: PGA900EVM
I have identified the following registers for configuring the evaluation board to read the internal temperature sensor, but I am not getting a real value.ALPWR = 00AMUX_ACT = 01AMUX_CTRL = 04
AFE_CONFIG = 00P_GAIN_SELECT = 00PADC_CONFIG = 00
TEMP_CTRL = 43T_GAIN_SELECT = 02TADC_CONFIG = 01What am I missing
I am able to get a good reading through the "P" channel when I configure and connect an externally power restive bridge. The"T" channel I am having problems with, I am not able to get any good data from it regardless of what multiplex input I use. Above ids the example of the internal temperature sensor.
Also We tried loading some code in the RAM and executing from there but we were unsuccessful.What are we missing?
The literature I have found is silent in discussing the configuration of registers for specific applications.
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