I just tried installing the DKMS driver as per https: To eliminate the effect of the load cell, I would connect a voltage divider to the inputs to see if you see the same shift without the load cells attached. It is unusual to see that much shift in the opposite direction without having the input actually drift in the opposite direction as well. Mentions Tags More Cancel. Load cells draw a significant current, and if you have a connection that is poor you may see a heating issue that is limiting current to the load cell and shifting the common mode or input level.
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You liunx start your own question if correcting the package name doesn’t do the trick. Does the triggering on J3 also work for DAC to serve our purpose? Thank you Hack-R, I had your very same problem on Kubuntu Unable to locate package linux-modules-ubuntu If you have further questions related to this thread, you may click “Ask a related question” below.
Linux driver for LM49350
This reminds me to tell you that when you make a shift in your data you must make sure that the sign of the data carries as well. Hello, I would like to kindly ask you if you could help me to get any driver for linux kernel ideally 3. I would like to kindly ask you if you could help me to get any driver for linux kernel ideally 3. Some questions about the DAC data file. Unfortunately, TI has never released any Linux driver for the LM before, so I don’t the have the source code now. Hi Linuc, I am not sure I understand what you mean.
If you encountered an error E: I just tried installing the DKMS driver as per https: I also tried following the advice from a thread on Ubuntu Forums saying to remove and reinstall these packages, then reboot. The result is “right shifted” by pm49350 bits assuming the 6 lower bits as noise As you can see, the converter starts to output a constant value 15 despite the signal coming from the load-cell.
Thank you Steve, I have one more query, from my processor end I am sending data to port 1. Browse the Latest Snapshot.
The Class-D output is closed loop. Command didn’t work for me on Ask a related question What is a related question?
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The newly created question will be automatically linked to this question. The code here is offset binary, right? Power supply noise into the speaker outputs is a function of the device PSRR.
Claim or contact us about this channel. Locked Cancel Do you have another question? The MCLK is not needed. Hello Shyam, The Port 2 input register also needs ,inux be set. Any time gap in between?