Am 19.10.2015 um 13:57 schrieb Lars-Peter Clausen <>:

> On 10/16/2015 02:53 PM, H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
> [...]
>> +Optional sub-nodes:
>> +ti,channel0-current-microamp: Channel 0 current in uA.
>> +    Values are rounded to derive 0uA, 5uA, 15uA, 20uA.
>> +ti,channel3-current-microamp: Channel 3 current in uA.
>> +    Valid are rounded to derive 0uA, 10uA, 400uA, 800uA.
>> +ti,enable-extended-delay: Enable extended delay.
> Those three above sound more like configuration policy, rather than hardware
> description. What influence which values should be chosen?

e.g. the nominal value of the NTC that can be connected if the Palmas
is hooked up in a standard way.

If a board has no NTC and uses channel0 for a different purpose one
should choose 0uA.

If it is let's say 10kOhm it should probably be 20uA to give a nominal voltage
reading of 200mV.

100kOhm will give 2V which is at the limit of the ADC input range and
therefore it would be better to choose 15uA or 5uA.

I think choosing extended delay depends on the noisiness of the input
signal but I am not a specialist for this feature.

So I would say the board hardware mandates some specific value.


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