LPC824 Glitch Filter Clock Divide Register Issue

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by efiLabs on Sat Nov 15 18:37:29 MST 2014
there is already a slightly similar post on the 812, but i want to elaborate on the 824

to set a glitch filter a few things need to happen

1) in order to write to the iocon regs the peripheral clock to the iocon block needs to be enabled

/* Enable the clock to the IOCon Block */
  Chip_Clock_EnablePeriphClock (SYSCTL_CLOCK_IOCON) ;

2) set the S_MODE (sample mode) bits to the desired IOCONFILTR_PCLK) count


3) set the desired IOCON glitch filter clock divider registers 6 to 0 (IOCONFILTCLKDIVx) to the desired IOCONFILTR_PCLK ... please observe the numbering of 6 to 0


4) now that the iocon regs are set the peripheral clock can be turned off again

/* Disable the clock to the IOCon Block */
  Chip_Clock_DisablePeriphClock (SYSCTL_CLOCK_IOCON) ;

5) and this is the tricky part now ... remember that the IOCONFILTCLKDIVx regs are in descending order of 6 to 0 (outlined in item 3)

  LPC_SYSCTL->IOCONCLKDIV[6] = 0x00ff ;/* IoConClkDiv - 0 = div 255*/

IOCONCLKDIV[6] is IOCON glitch filter clock divider register 0 and NOT 6

6) note that "typedef enum CHIP_PIN_CLKDIV { ..." can only be used for setting the IOCON clock divisor field bits 15 - 13 in the PIO0_xx regs
and can NOT be used as index into the 7 IOCONCLKDIV[index] regs

i wish there would be an enum for the indexing in the 7 IOCONCLKDIV[x] regs to really show this reverse order of reg index vs reg number

7) on top of it if you try to look at the IOCONCLKDIV[x] regs in xpresso, all you see is IOCONCLKDIV6 and no 5 - 0 ... maybe the xpresso guys will read this and try to fix it in the next revision

cheers efiLabs