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DAC software trigger not working

Question asked by Keri Volans on Mar 10, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 11, 2015 by Keri Volans

I am using the KL25Z development board. I'm trying to put data into the next space in the buffer, then am incrementing the buffer pointer to trigger the conversion.

Only DAC0_DAT0H and DAC0_DAT0L have an impact on the output wave. The software trigger is clearly not causing the buffer to increment, and it seems that the buffer is not being enabled.

When hardware trigger is set up instead (and PIT is set up) it works as expected. I would prefer to be able to use software trigger.

#include "MKL25Z4.h"

#include "start.c"

int main(){

 

 

  SIM_SCGC5   |= SIM_SCGC5_PORTE_MASK;

  SIM_SCGC6 |= SIM_SCGC6_DAC0_MASK; 

  PORTE_PCR30 &= (uint32_t)~(uint32_t)((PORT_PCR_ISF_MASK | PORT_PCR_MUX(0x07)));

  MCG_C1 |= (1<<2);       

  MCG_C4 |= (1<<7);

  MCG_C4 |= (1<<5);               

  SIM_COPC = 0x00; //Disables the watchdog timer.  

 

  //DAC0_C0 = 1<<5;

  //DAC0_C1 = 1;

  //DAC0_C2 = 1;

  //DAC0_C0 = 1<<7;

    

     DAC0_C0 |= DAC_C0_DACTRGSEL_MASK;

  

    /* Normal buffer mode */

    DAC0_C1 &= ~DAC_C1_DACBFMD_MASK;

  

    /* Enables buffer read ptr */

    DAC0_C1 |= DAC_C1_DACBFEN_MASK;

  

    /* Selects the upper limit of the DAC buffer */

    DAC0_C2 |= DAC_C2_DACBFUP_MASK;

  

    /* Lastly, turn on the DAC */

    DAC0_C0 |= DAC_C0_DACEN_MASK;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          int sequence[38] = {1 ,2 ,2 ,2 ,3 ,4 ,5 ,6 ,7 ,9 ,12 ,15 ,18 ,23 ,28 ,36 ,44 ,56 ,69 ,87 ,108 ,136 ,169 ,212 ,265 ,331 ,414 ,517 ,646 ,808 ,1010 ,1262 ,1578 ,1972 ,2465 ,3081 ,3852 ,4815};

 

 

 

while(1){

  for (int x = 0; x < 38; x +=2){

int temp_low = sequence[x];

int temp_high = temp_low >>8;

    DAC0_DAT1H =   temp_high;   

    DAC0_DAT1L =   temp_low;

    DAC0_C0 |= 8; //increment buffer pointer

   

     temp_low = sequence[x+1];

  temp_high =  temp_low >>8;

    DAC0_DAT0H =   temp_high;   

    DAC0_DAT0L =  temp_low;

    DAC0_C0 |= 8; /increment buffer pointer

}

  return 0;

  }

 

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