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resources:fpga:altera:bemicro:ad5755 [21 Jun 2013 13:39]
CsomI Correct typeos and update the project zip file
resources:fpga:altera:bemicro:ad5755 [01 Jul 2013 09:11]
CsomI Adding a table with commands to the Quick Evaluation section
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 If the last message is ** AD5755 OK **, it means that the configuration was successful and the PC is connected to the device through JTAG-UART. If the last message is ** AD5755 OK **, it means that the configuration was successful and the PC is connected to the device through JTAG-UART.
  
-Now the FPGA contains ​fully functional system ​and it is possible ​to skip directly ​to the **DEMONSTRATION PROJECT USER INTERFACE** section ​of this lab.+The **AD5755** support ​the following commands, which can used to evaluate the **AD5755** converter:​ 
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 +^ **Command** ^ **Description** ^ 
 +| **help?** | Display all available commands | 
 +| **register?​** | Get register value for specified channel, the command has two arguments: register address ​and channel | 
 +| **register=** | Set a register value, the command has four arguments: register type, which can be data or control, register address, channel number and the desired value | 
 +| **power?** | Display the power state of the dc-to-dc converters, DAC and internal amplifiers for the selected channel. The command has one argument : channel | 
 +| **power=** | Set up the power state of the dc-to-dc converters, DAC and internal amplifiers for the selected channel. The command has two arguments: channel and 1 for ON and 0 for OFF | 
 +**range?** | Display the range of the selected channelThe command has one argument : channel | 
 +| **range=** | Set the range of the selected channel. Has two argument: channel and range | 
 +| **voltage?​** | Display the output voltage of a specified channel. The command has one argument: channel | 
 +| **voltage=** | Set the output voltage of a specified channel. The command using two arguments: channel and the desired value | 
 +| **current?​** | Display the output current of a specified channel. The command has one argument: channel | 
 +| **current=** | Set the output current of a specified channel. The command using two arguments: channel and the desired value |
  
 <WRAP tip>​Note:​ When using the standalone nios2-terminal for interfacing with the AD5755, it might happen that no characters are echoed from the console, and the backspace are ignored. In this case should be used the Nios II Terminal Console windows from the Nios II IDE to evaluate the device.</​WRAP>​ <WRAP tip>​Note:​ When using the standalone nios2-terminal for interfacing with the AD5755, it might happen that no characters are echoed from the console, and the backspace are ignored. In this case should be used the Nios II Terminal Console windows from the Nios II IDE to evaluate the device.</​WRAP>​
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 The **AD5755** support the following commands, which can used to evaluate the **AD5755** converter: The **AD5755** support the following commands, which can used to evaluate the **AD5755** converter:
-    * **help?​** ​         - Display all available commands. 
-    * **register?​** ​     - Get register value for a specified channel, the command has two arguments: register address and channel. 
-    * **register=** ​     - Set a register value, the command has four arguments: register type, which can be **data** or **control**,​ register address, channel number and the desired value. 
-    * **power?​** ​        - Display the power state of the dc-to-dc converters, DAC and internal amplifiers for the selected channel. The command has one argument : channel. 
-    * **power=** ​        - Set up the power state of the dc-to-dc converters, DAC and internal amplifiers for the selected channel. The command has two arguments: channel and 1 for ON and 0 for OFF 
-    * **range?​** ​        - Display the range of the selected channel. The command has one argument : channel. 
-    * **range=** ​        - Set the range of the selected channel. Has two argument: channel and range. 
-    * **voltage?​** ​      - Display the output voltage of a specified channel. The command has one argument: channel. 
-    * **voltage=** ​      - Set the output voltage of a specified channel. The command using two arguments: channel and the desired value. 
-    * **current?​** ​      - Display the output current of a specified channel. The command has one argument: channel. 
-    * **current=** ​      - Set the output current of a specified channel. The command using two arguments: channel and    the desired value. 
  
 +^ **Command** ^ **Description** ^
 +| **help?** | Display all available commands |
 +| **register?​** | Get register value for a specified channel, the command has two arguments: register address and channel |
 +| **register=** | Set a register value, the command has four arguments: register type, which can be data or control, register address, channel number and the desired value |
 +| **power?** | Display the power state of the dc-to-dc converters, DAC and internal amplifiers for the selected channel. The command has one argument : channel |
 +| **power=** | Set up the power state of the dc-to-dc converters, DAC and internal amplifiers for the selected channel. The command has two arguments: channel and 1 for ON and 0 for OFF |
 +| **range?** | Display the range of the selected channel. The command has one argument : channel |
 +| **range=** | Set the range of the selected channel. Has two argument: channel and range |
 +| **voltage?​** | Display the output voltage of a specified channel. The command has one argument: channel |
 +| **voltage=** | Set the output voltage of a specified channel. The command using two arguments: channel and the desired value |
 +| **current?​** | Display the output current of a specified channel. The command has one argument: channel |
 +| **current=** | Set the output current of a specified channel. The command using two arguments: channel and the desired value |
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