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I think I am going to order another one and give it another try.
MEMS Motion Sensor 3-axis – ± 2g/± 8g Smart Digital Output piccolo Accelerometer
Due to an errata in 18f, I need a NOP between the spi statements otherwise the chip will hang. The other device I only had to write to and never read.
Then post a compilable test program that demonstrates the failure. Datasheey what the manual says: I had goofed up the SPI frequency to be given to the accelerometer.
The chip is powered-down by default.
There are a few things: I have tried a few different settings for the 0x20 and 0x21 register. It shows that for a read operation the first bit out the MSB is supposed to be a ‘1’ bit.
But you have it as a ‘0’. Not sure if this applies to your chip also. Thu May 13, 9: Hi, I have it up and running on a 18f Hi, I was facing the same issue with this accelerometer of pis302dl always. I have been trying all the things I can think of but am unable to get them to talk to each other.
That’s SPI mode 3.
Wed Feb 04, 1: Fri Feb 06, 2: See page 26 in the datasheet. But what about Treanla’s comment about the power-down mode? See lix302dl line in bold below for the required changes. You must initialize the chip, its default turned off.
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I have been looking at the data sheet. Wed May 12, 2: I have searched the forum the best I can and have borrowed code from some posts. Next task is to interface the LCD to the micro Dead line in 3 days and I am yet to write into a register, wuph Please do not post bug Reports on this forum. Send them to support ccsinfo. I dtasheet checked my connections multiple times. I have the following: All I am getting on the LCD is and it does not change. I have been trying the bitwise OR with no success.
Look at the SPI timing diagrams on each of these web pages below. This is only the second SPI device I have used.
Some of the posts helped. I will post back if I am still facing the issue. All times are GMT – 6 Hours.
It shows that the clock SPC idles at a high level and does a positive transition in the middle of each data cell.