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EVAL-ADM1023 Datasheet(PDF) 7 Page - Analog Devices

Part No. EVAL-ADM1023
Description  Evaluation Board for Microprocessor System Temperature Monitor
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EVAL-ADM1023
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Preliminary Technical Data
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TECHNICAL
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When the software has successfully found the ADM1023,
click on “Finish”. An index-card type display with three
tabs will be displayed on the screen.
The Main Tab shows the software version and allows the
user to run the communications setup or quit the program.
It is also possible to quit the program by clicking on
READ/WRITE
This tab displays information about the ADM1023's internal
registers and allows their contents of be read and/or altered.
Each register has a button associated with it. Clicking on a
button will display the contents of the selected register in the
register contents box and the name of each register bit. The
register contents are also displayed in hexadecimal and decimal.
Clicking on a register button causes its contents to be read once
if continuous reading is off. If continuous reading is on, the
register continuous will be updated continuously. Click the
button to toggle between
and
.
The type of register selected, its hexadecimal address, its current
value in hexadecimal and decimal and the previous value written
to the register, are also displayed.
The ADM1023 may be put into standby mode by clicking on the
button, or by setting bit 6 of the
Configuration Register. The legend on the button will change to
and clicking it again will return the
ADM1023 to normal operating mode.
Data may be written to all registers that are Read/Write ,(refer to
data sheet for more information). When the Read/Write tab is
first selected, none of the registers have been written to, and
they contain their default values.
Registers may be written to in two ways. Clicking on a bit in the
Read/Write display will toggle its value between 0 and 1. This is
useful where a function is controlled by setting or clearing
individual bits in a register, for example, turning standby mode
on or off by setting or clearing the Op. Mode bit in the
Configuration Register.
The entire contents of a register may be changed by typing a
Hex or decimal value in the text boxes of the Write display. The
button will change from green to red and the new value can be
written to the register by clicking on the button.
This is useful where a register contains a numeric value such as
a temperature limit.
Figure 5. Main Program Tab


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