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ADC12H030 Datasheet(PDF) 27 Page - National Semiconductor (TI)

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Part No. ADC12H030
Description  Self-Calibrating 12-Bit Plus Sign Serial I/O A/D Converters with MUX and Sample/Hold
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TABLE 5. Mode Programming (Continued)
ADC12038
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
DI7
Mode Selected
(Current)
DO Format
(next Conversion
Cycle)
ADC12034
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
DI6
ADC12030
and
DI0
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
DI5
ADC12032
H
H
L
L
H
H
H
L
Acquisition Time — 34 CCLK Cycles
No Change
L
L
L
L
HHHH
User Mode
No Change
H
X
X
X
HHHH
Test Mode
No Change
(CH1–CH7 become Active Outputs)
Note: The A/D powers up with no Auto Cal, no Auto Zero, 10 CCLK acquisition time, 12-bit + sign conversion, power up, 12- or 13-bit MSB first, and user mode.
X = Don’t Care
TABLE 6. Conversion/Read Data Only Mode Programming
CS
CONV
PD
Mode
L
L
L
See Table 5 for Mode
L
H
L
Read Only (Previous DO Format). No Conversion.
H
X
L
Idle
X
X
H
Power Down
X = Don’t Care
TABLE 7. Status Register
Status Bit
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
DB8
Location
Status Bit
PU
PD
Cal
8 or 9
12 or 13
16 or 17
Sign
Justification
Test Mode
Device Status
DO Output Format Status
Function
“High”
indicates a
Power Up
Sequence
is in
progress
“High”
indicates a
Power
Down
Sequence
is in
progress
“High”
indicates
an
Auto-Cal
Sequence
is in
progress
“High”
indicates
an8or9
bit format
“High”
indicates a
12 or 13
bit format
“High”
indicates a
16 or 17
bit format
“High”
indicates
that the
sign bit is
included.
When
“Low” the
sign bit is
not
included.
When “High”
the
conversion
result will be
output MSB
first. When
“Low” the
result will be
output LSB
first.
When “High”
the device is
in test mode.
When “Low”
the device is
in user
mode.
Application Hints
1.0 DIGITAL INTERFACE
1.1 Interface Concepts
The example in Figure 7 shows a typical sequence of events
after the power is applied to the ADC12030/2/4/8:
The first instruction input to the A/D via DI initiates Auto Cal.
The data output on DO at that time is meaningless and is
completely random. To determine whether the Auto Cal has
been completed, a read status instruction is issued to the
A/D. Again the data output at that time has no significance
since the Auto Cal procedure modifies the data in the output
shift register. To retrieve the status information, an additional
read status instruction is issued to the A/D. At this time the
status data is available on DO. If the Cal signal in the status
word, is low Auto Cal has been completed. Therefore, the
next instruction issued can start a conversion. The data
output at this time is again status information. To keep noise
from corrupting the A/D conversion, status can not be read
during a conversion. If CS is strobed and is brought low
during a conversion, that conversion is prematurely ended.
EOC can be used to determine the end of a conversion or
the A/D controller can keep track in software of when it would
be appropriate to comnmunicate to the A/D again. Once it
has been determined that the A/D has completed a conver-
sion, another instruction can be transmitted to the A/D. The
data from this conversion can be accessed when the next
instruction is issued to the A/D.
Note, when CS is low continuously it is important to transmit
the exact number of SCLK cycles, as shown in the timing
diagrams. Not doing so will desynchronize the serial com-
munication to the A/D. (See Section 1.3.)
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FIGURE 7. Typical Power Supply Power Up Sequence
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