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shai_b
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Hello Team,

Could you please explain what is the difference between full scale and code-to-code settling time?

NXP_kinetis_ccDAC.jpg

Second question, how can we configure the clock for the ADC, since the Config Tools Clock tab is not supported (see but I got an error message below)

confing_error_clock.png

Waiting for your kind response, Thanks in advance 

Best regards,

Shai

 

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FelipeGarcia
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Hi Shai,

Settling time is the interval, within a specified percentage error band, between the time data is presented to the DAC input to update (change) and the time its analog output value reaches its final value. As you can see full scale of the 12 bits is covered in the 0x080 to 0xF7F transition.

Regarding your second question, are you behind proxy or without internet connectivity? The tool is initially installed without the data for MCUs and board and the data are downloaded on-demand via internet. Once the processor/board is used once, it's cached and you don't need internet connection anymore.

Best regards,

Felipe

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Hi Shai,

Settling time is the interval, within a specified percentage error band, between the time data is presented to the DAC input to update (change) and the time its analog output value reaches its final value. As you can see full scale of the 12 bits is covered in the 0x080 to 0xF7F transition.

Regarding your second question, are you behind proxy or without internet connectivity? The tool is initially installed without the data for MCUs and board and the data are downloaded on-demand via internet. Once the processor/board is used once, it's cached and you don't need internet connection anymore.

Best regards,

Felipe

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