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PWM from 2 Analog input in MSP430G2231 [asking for opinion]

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I've been post the same topic before (http://43oh.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=887) but unable to make it work using that algorithm. So, I try another way like this thanks to this blog (http://blog.suspended-chord.info/?c=17) :

 

#include 
#include "msp430g2231.h"

// Variable Definitions
volatile int voltage; // Voltage value from next measurement
volatile int current; // Current value from next measurement

void main (void){
   WDTCTL = WDTPW + WDTHOLD;			// kill watchdog timer

   BCSCTL1 = CALBC1_1MHZ;				// Set range
   DCOCTL = CALDCO_1MHZ;				// SMCLK = DCO = 1MHz  

  ADC10CTL0 = ADC10ON + ADC10SHT_0 + SREF_0; // ACD10 on, 4 clock cycles per sample, Use Vcc/Vss references
  ADC10AE0 |= BIT0 + BIT1 ;                   // P1.0 or P1.1 ADC option select 

   P1DIR |= BIT2;                            // P1.2 = output
   P1SEL |= BIT2;                            // P1.2 = TA1 output
   TACCTL1 = OUTMOD_7;                       // TACCR1 reset/set
   TACTL = TASSEL_2 + MC_1;                  // SMCLK, upmode
  TACCR0 = 1024-1;                          // PWM Period

voltage = 32;
current = 16;
TACCR1 = voltage*current*0.002;         // TACCR1 PWM Duty Cycle

   while (1){
voltage = analogRead(INCH_0);
current = analogRead(INCH_1);
TACCR1 = voltage*current*0.002;         // TACCR1 PWM Duty Cycle	
}
}

/**
* Reads ADC 'chan' once using AVCC as the reference.
**/
int analogRead(unsigned int pin) {
 ADC10CTL1 = ADC10SSEL_3 + pin;// Select SMCLK and pin
 ADC10CTL0 |= ENC + ADC10SC; // enable and start conversion
 while (1) {
   if ((ADC10CTL1 ^ ADC10BUSY) & ((ADC10CTL0 & ADC10IFG)==ADC10IFG)) { // ensure conversion is complete
     ADC10CTL0 &= ~(ADC10IFG +ENC); // disable conversion and clear flag
     break;
   }
 }
 return ADC10MEM;
}

 

I try to compile and debug it, and nothing goes wrong. Then, since I don't have an oscilloscope with me right now, I try to connect the PWM output (pin P1.2) to a LED. Then I vary the analog input (P1.0 and P1.1) and the LED brightness change. So, I guess it's working.

 

So, I just want to know what you guys think of it. Do I make it right? And I want to make it as efficient as possible (low power consumption), but apparently I don't really know how to use the interrupt. So, any suggestions and corrections are greatly appreciate.

 

Thanks

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Wow, epic timing!

I was searching for a simple ADC example to change colors in a red-green led with a pot.

I found Rob's thread, the one with the pots and the lcd, but AFAIR it wasn't commented so I got lost =)

 

By the way, in PWM I very often see: (period) -1. Why?

While tinkering with it I got better results without the -1.

For example:

 

CCR0 = 1024;

 

instead of

 

CCR0 = 1024-1;

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Thanks Rob, but I've already seen that project.

I'll try it once i get some RGB leds.

 

For now this one helped me understand many things about ADC, also the modifications I made worked on 1st try :mrgreen:

Damned P1SEL2 :evil:

 

(And sorry for spamming your thread watergius :oops: )

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@SoulSLayer : it's okay..

and about your previous comment about CCR0, when you make the CCR0 = 1024, I guess you wouldn't be able to get duty cycle 100% since the CCR1 value is 1023 * (Vin/Vref)-> which means that the maximum value is 1023.. well, that's just my opinion.. :)

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