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DRV8889-Q1 Datasheet(PDF) 43 Page - Texas Instruments

Part No. DRV8889-Q1
Description  DRV8889-Q1, DRV8889A-Q1 Automotive Stepper Driver with Integrated Current Sense, 1/256 Micro-Stepping, and Stall Detection
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HDR1
HDR2
A3
A2
A1
D3
D2
D1
SDI
nSCS
S3
S2
S1
HDR1
HDR2
R3
R2
R1
SDO
Figure 7-29. SPI Data Sequence for Three Devices
The header bytes contain information of the number of devices connected in the chain, and a global clear fault
command that will clear the fault registers of all the devices on the rising edge of the chip select (nSCS) signal.
Header values N5 through N0 are 6 bits dedicated to show the number of devices in the chain. Up to 63 devices
can be connected in series for each daisy chain connection.
The 5 LSBs of the HDR2 register are don’t care bits that can be used by the MCU to determine integrity of the
daisy chain connection. Header bytes must start with 1 and 0 for the two MSBs.
HDR 1
HDR 2
1
0
N5
N4
N3
N2
N1
N0
1
0
CLR
x
x
x
x
x
No. of devices in the chain
(up to 2
6 ± 1= 63)
1 = global FAULT clear
0 = GRQ¶W FDUH
'RQ¶W FDUH
Figure 7-30. Header Bytes
The status byte provides information about the fault status register for each device in the daisy chain so that the
MCU does not have to initiate a read command to read the fault status from any particular device. This keeps
additional read commands for the MCU and makes the system more efficient to determine fault conditions
flagged in a device. Status bytes must start with 1 and 1 for the two MSBs.
Figure 7-31. Contents of Header, Status, Address, and Data Bytes
When data passes through a device, it determines the position of itself in the chain by counting the number of
status bytes it receives followed by the first header byte. For example, in this 3-device configuration, device 2 in
the chain receives two status bytes before receiving the HDR1 byte which is then followed by the HDR2 byte.
From the two status bytes, the data can determine that its position is second in the chain. From the HDR2 byte,
the data can determine how many devices are connected in the chain. In this way, the data only loads the
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