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Hi to everyone.
Someone can to help me. I looking for code example to use ADC (ADS7863). It use SPI interface.
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In reply to Tom Hendrick:
i want to use raspberry pi (ARM) with ADS7863EVM (board). i need some example (in C) to learn to config SPI registers to convert and sampling with it adc.
In reply to yuri yuri:
I have no SPI examples for the Raspberry Pi, however, there are several code snippets available for the ADS8361 and ADS7861 on various TI processors here: http://www.ti.com/product/ads8361#doctype1
The ADS8361 and ADS7861 are early version of the ADS7863, they did not have the internal reference, so there are no actual 'registers' to configure.
Tom Hendrickhowever, there are several code snippets available for the ADS8361 and ADS7861 on various TI processors here: http://www.ti.com/product/ads8361#doctype1
i can't to find the examples.
Did you have any luck finding some example code? I also want to interface to a ADS7863 although I am using a TI MSP430F5528. I have used the built in SPI port before and I'm sure I can figure it out but some example code would be a big help.
How are you making out here? I'll see what I can do about getting you some example code after the first of the new year.
If you can to take me an example i'll be very grateful.
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