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Simulink &TI f28379d ADC configuration

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tommaso serni
tommaso serni le 5 Nov 2018
Réponse apportée : Yash le 7 Juil 2022
Hello everyone
I would like to acquire a signal from a current sensor (ACS712) using TI f28379d & Simulink, but I can not get a stable data from the ADC even using a constant and known voltage source.
Specifically, the sensor should measure the discharge current of a battery (2.5 A) by performing readings with a frequency of 10-100 Hz.
I attach the files used for the tests: Drive
Any ideas on how to configure the parameters to make a consistent reading?
Thanks, Tommaso.
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SHAMSUL AREFEEN AL MAHMUD
SHAMSUL AREFEEN AL MAHMUD le 20 Avr 2021
Hello, did you able to get any solution for this issue? I am using the similar kind of current sensor and trying to connect with F28379D ADC. I ma having problem with configuring the ADC pin. I tried to get some values in ADC using software triggering but not working at all. I was giving 2 or 3 volts supply from a dc source.

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Yash
Yash le 7 Juil 2022
To get a stable output you can use a relay block available in Simulink. This may help you to get a stable value within the range you specify.

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