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circuitpython/ports/atmel-samd/asf4_conf/samd51/hpl_sercom_config.h

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/* Auto-generated config file hpl_sercom_config.h */
#ifndef HPL_SERCOM_CONFIG_H
#define HPL_SERCOM_CONFIG_H
// <<< Use Configuration Wizard in Context Menu >>>
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
// Enable configuration of module
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_ENABLE 1
#endif
// Set module in SPI Master mode
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_MODE 0x03
#endif
// <h> Basic Configuration
// <q> Receive buffer enable
// <i> Enable receive buffer to receive data from slave (RXEN)
// <id> spi_master_rx_enable
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_RXEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_RXEN 0x1
#endif
// <o> Character Size
// <i> Bit size for all characters sent over the SPI bus (CHSIZE)
// <0x0=>8 bits
// <0x1=>9 bits
// <id> spi_master_character_size
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_CHSIZE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_CHSIZE 0x0
#endif
// <o> Baud rate <1-12000000>
// <i> The SPI data transfer rate
// <id> spi_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_BAUD 50000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced Configuration
// <id> spi_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_ADVANCED
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_ADVANCED 0
#endif
// <o> Dummy byte <0x00-0x1ff>
// <id> spi_master_dummybyte
// <i> Dummy byte used when reading data from the slave without sending any data
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_DUMMYBYTE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_DUMMYBYTE 0x1ff
#endif
// <o> Data Order
// <0=>MSB first
// <1=>LSB first
// <i> I least significant or most significant bit is shifted out first (DORD)
// <id> spi_master_arch_dord
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_DORD
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_DORD 0x0
#endif
// <o> Clock Polarity
// <0=>SCK is low when idle
// <1=>SCK is high when idle
// <i> Determines if the leading edge is rising or falling with a corresponding opposite edge at the trailing edge. (CPOL)
// <id> spi_master_arch_cpol
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_CPOL
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_CPOL 0x0
#endif
// <o> Clock Phase
// <0x0=>Sample input on leading edge
// <0x1=>Sample input on trailing edge
// <i> Determines if input data is sampled on leading or trailing SCK edge. (CPHA)
// <id> spi_master_arch_cpha
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_CPHA
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_CPHA 0x0
#endif
// <o> Immediate Buffer Overflow Notification
// <i> Controls when OVF is asserted (IBON)
// <0x0=>In data stream
// <0x1=>On buffer overflow
// <id> spi_master_arch_ibon
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_IBON
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_IBON 0x0
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Module stays active in stand-by sleep mode. (RUNSTDBY)
// <id> spi_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_RUNSTDBY 0x0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger. (DBGSTOP)
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> spi_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_DBGSTOP
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_DBGSTOP 0
#endif
// </e>
// Address mode disabled in master mode
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_AMODE_EN
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_AMODE_EN 0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_AMODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_AMODE 0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_ADDR
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_ADDR 0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_ADDRMASK
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_ADDRMASK 0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_SSDE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_SSDE 0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_MSSEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_MSSEN 0x0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_PLOADEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_PLOADEN 0
#endif
// <o> Receive Data Pinout
// <0x0=>PAD[0]
// <0x1=>PAD[1]
// <0x2=>PAD[2]
// <0x3=>PAD[3]
// <id> spi_master_rxpo
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_RXPO
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_RXPO 2
#endif
// <o> Transmit Data Pinout
// <0x0=>PAD[0,1]_DO_SCK
// <0x1=>PAD[2,3]_DO_SCK
// <0x2=>PAD[3,1]_DO_SCK
// <0x3=>PAD[0,3]_DO_SCK
// <id> spi_master_txpo
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_TXPO
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_TXPO 0
#endif
// Calculate baud register value from requested baudrate value
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_BAUD_RATE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_BAUD_RATE ((float)CONF_GCLK_SERCOM0_CORE_FREQUENCY / (float)(2 * CONF_SERCOM_0_SPI_BAUD)) - 1
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic Configuration
// <q> Receive buffer enable
// <i> Enable input buffer in SERCOM module
// <id> usart_rx_enable
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RXEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RXEN 1
#endif
// <q> Transmitt buffer enable
// <i> Enable output buffer in SERCOM module
// <id> usart_tx_enable
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_TXEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_TXEN 1
#endif
// <o> Frame parity
// <0x0=>No parity
// <0x1=>Even parity
// <0x2=>Odd parity
// <i> Parity bit mode for USART frame
// <id> usart_parity
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_PARITY
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_PARITY 0x0
#endif
// <o> Character Size
// <0x0=>8 bits
// <0x1=>9 bits
// <0x5=>5 bits
// <0x6=>6 bits
// <0x7=>7 bits
// <i> Data character size in USART frame
// <id> usart_character_size
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_CHSIZE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_CHSIZE 0x0
#endif
// <o> Stop Bit
// <0=>One stop bit
// <1=>Two stop bits
// <i> Number of stop bits in USART frame
// <id> usart_stop_bit
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SBMODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SBMODE 0
#endif
// <o> Baud rate <1-3000000>
// <i> USART baud rate setting
// <id> usart_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD 9600
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced configuration
// <id> usart_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Keep the module running in standby sleep mode
// <id> usart_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <q> Immediate Buffer Overflow Notification
// <i> Controls when the BUFOVF status bit is asserted
// <id> usart_arch_ibon
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_IBON
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_IBON 0
#endif
// <q> Start of Frame Detection Enable
// <i> Will wake the device from any sleep mode if usart_init and usart_enable was run priort to going to sleep. (receive buffer must be enabled)
// <id> usart_arch_sfde
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SFDE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SFDE 0
#endif
// <q> Collision Detection Enable
// <i> Collision detection enable
// <id> usart_arch_cloden
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_CLODEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_CLODEN 0
#endif
// <o> Operating Mode
// <0x0=>USART with external clock
// <0x1=>USART with internal clock
// <i> Drive the shift register by an internal clock generated by the baud rate generator or an external clock supplied on the XCK pin.
// <id> usart_arch_clock_mode
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_MODE 0x1
#endif
// <o> Sample Rate
// <0x0=>16x arithmetic
// <0x1=>16x fractional
// <0x2=>8x arithmetic
// <0x3=>8x fractional
// <0x3=>3x
// <i> How many over-sampling bits used when samling data state
// <id> usart_arch_sampr
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPR
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPR 0x0
#endif
// <o> Sample Adjustment
// <0x0=>7-8-9 (3-4-5 8-bit over-sampling)
// <0x1=>9-10-11 (4-5-6 8-bit over-sampling)
// <0x2=>11-12-13 (5-6-7 8-bit over-sampling)
// <0x3=>13-14-15 (6-7-8 8-bit over-sampling)
// <i> Adjust which samples to use for data sampling in asynchronous mode
// <id> usart_arch_sampa
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPA
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPA 0x0
#endif
// <o> Fractional Part <0-7>
// <i> Fractional part of the baud rate if baud rate generator is in fractional mode
// <id> usart_arch_fractional
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_FRACTIONAL
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_FRACTIONAL 0x0
#endif
// <o> Data Order
// <0=>MSB is transmitted first
// <1=>LSB is transmitted first
// <i> Data order of the data bits in the frame
// <id> usart_arch_dord
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_DORD
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_DORD 1
#endif
// Does not do anything in UART mode
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_CPOL 0
// <o> Encoding Format
// <0=>No encoding
// <1=>IrDA encoded
// <id> usart_arch_enc
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_ENC
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_ENC 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> usart_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_INACK
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_INACK 0x0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_DSNACK
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_DSNACK 0x0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_MAXITER
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_MAXITER 0x7
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_GTIME
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_GTIME 0x2
#endif
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RXINV 0x0
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_TXINV 0x0
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_CMODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_CMODE 0
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RXPO
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RXPO 1 /* RX is on PIN_PA01 */
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_TXPO
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_TXPO 0 /* TX is on PIN_PA00 */
#endif
/* Set correct parity settings in register interface based on PARITY setting */
#if CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_PARITY == 0
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_PMODE 0
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_FORM 0
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_PMODE CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_PARITY - 1
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_FORM 1
#endif
// Calculate BAUD register value in UART mode
#if CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPR == 0
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE \
65536 - ((65536 * 16.0f * CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD) / CONF_GCLK_SERCOM1_CORE_FREQUENCY)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH 0
#endif
#elif CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPR == 1
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM1_CORE_FREQUENCY) / (CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD * 16)) - (CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_FRACTIONAL / 8)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH 0
#endif
#elif CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPR == 2
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE \
65536 - ((65536 * 8.0f * CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD) / CONF_GCLK_SERCOM1_CORE_FREQUENCY)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH 0
#endif
#elif CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPR == 3
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM1_CORE_FREQUENCY) / (CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD * 8)) - (CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_FRACTIONAL / 8)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH 0
#endif
#elif CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_SAMPR == 4
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD_RATE \
65536 - ((65536 * 3.0f * CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_BAUD) / CONF_GCLK_SERCOM1_CORE_FREQUENCY)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_USART_RECEIVE_PULSE_LENGTH 0
#endif
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER
#define SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER (5 << 2)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic
// <o> I2C Bus clock speed (Hz) <1-400000>
// <i> I2C Bus clock (SCL) speed measured in Hz
// <id> i2c_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD 100000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced
// <id> i2c_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <o> TRise (ns) <0-300>
// <i> Determined by the bus impedance, check electric characteristics in the datasheet
// <i> Standard Fast Mode: typical 215ns, max 300ns
// <i> Fast Mode +: typical 60ns, max 100ns
// <i> High Speed Mode: typical 20ns, max 40ns
// <id> i2c_master_arch_trise
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// <q> Master SCL Low Extended Time-Out (MEXTTOEN)
// <i> This enables the master SCL low extend time-out
// <id> i2c_master_arch_mexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_MEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_MEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> Slave SCL Low Extend Time-Out (SEXTTOEN)
// <i> Enables the slave SCL low extend time-out. If SCL is cumulatively held low for greater than 25ms from the initial START to a STOP, the slave will release its clock hold if enabled and reset the internal state machine
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_SEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_SEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> SCL Low Time-Out (LOWTOUT)
// <i> Enables SCL low time-out. If SCL is held low for 25ms-35ms, the master will release it's clock hold
// <id> i2c_master_arch_lowtout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_LOWTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_LOWTOUT 0
#endif
// <o> Inactive Time-Out (INACTOUT)
// <0x0=>Disabled
// <0x1=>5-6 SCL cycle time-out(50-60us)
// <0x2=>10-11 SCL cycle time-out(100-110us)
// <0x3=>20-21 SCL cycle time-out(200-210us)
// <i> Defines if inactivity time-out should be enabled, and how long the time-out should be
// <id> i2c_master_arch_inactout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_INACTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_INACTOUT 0x0
#endif
// <o> SDA Hold Time (SDAHOLD)
// <0=>Disabled
// <1=>50-100ns hold time
// <2=>300-600ns hold time
// <3=>400-800ns hold time
// <i> Defines the SDA hold time with respect to the negative edge of SCL
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sdahold
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_SDAHOLD
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_SDAHOLD 0x2
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Determine if the module shall run in standby sleep mode
// <id> i2c_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> i2c_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_SPEED
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_SPEED 0x00 // Speed: Standard/Fast mode
#endif
#if CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_TRISE < 215 || CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_TRISE > 300
#warning Bad I2C Rise time for Standard/Fast mode, reset to 215ns
#undef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// gclk_freq - (i2c_scl_freq * 10) - (gclk_freq * i2c_scl_freq * Trise)
// BAUD + BAUDLOW = --------------------------------------------------------------------
// i2c_scl_freq
// BAUD: register value low [7:0]
// BAUDLOW: register value high [15:8], only used for odd BAUD + BAUDLOW
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW \
(((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM0_CORE_FREQUENCY - (CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD * 10) \
- (CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_TRISE * (CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD / 100) * (CONF_GCLK_SERCOM0_CORE_FREQUENCY / 10000) \
/ 1000)) \
* 10 \
+ 5) \
/ (CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD * 10))
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_RATE
#if CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW > (0xFF * 2)
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too low, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 0xFF
#elif CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW <= 1
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too high, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 1
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW & 0x1) \
? (CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2) + ((CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2 + 1) << 8) \
: (CONF_SERCOM_0_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2))
#endif
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER
#define SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER (5 << 2)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic
// <o> I2C Bus clock speed (Hz) <1-400000>
// <i> I2C Bus clock (SCL) speed measured in Hz
// <id> i2c_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD 100000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced
// <id> i2c_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <o> TRise (ns) <0-300>
// <i> Determined by the bus impedance, check electric characteristics in the datasheet
// <i> Standard Fast Mode: typical 215ns, max 300ns
// <i> Fast Mode +: typical 60ns, max 100ns
// <i> High Speed Mode: typical 20ns, max 40ns
// <id> i2c_master_arch_trise
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// <q> Master SCL Low Extended Time-Out (MEXTTOEN)
// <i> This enables the master SCL low extend time-out
// <id> i2c_master_arch_mexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_MEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_MEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> Slave SCL Low Extend Time-Out (SEXTTOEN)
// <i> Enables the slave SCL low extend time-out. If SCL is cumulatively held low for greater than 25ms from the initial START to a STOP, the slave will release its clock hold if enabled and reset the internal state machine
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_SEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_SEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> SCL Low Time-Out (LOWTOUT)
// <i> Enables SCL low time-out. If SCL is held low for 25ms-35ms, the master will release it's clock hold
// <id> i2c_master_arch_lowtout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_LOWTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_LOWTOUT 0
#endif
// <o> Inactive Time-Out (INACTOUT)
// <0x0=>Disabled
// <0x1=>5-6 SCL cycle time-out(50-60us)
// <0x2=>10-11 SCL cycle time-out(100-110us)
// <0x3=>20-21 SCL cycle time-out(200-210us)
// <i> Defines if inactivity time-out should be enabled, and how long the time-out should be
// <id> i2c_master_arch_inactout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_INACTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_INACTOUT 0x0
#endif
// <o> SDA Hold Time (SDAHOLD)
// <0=>Disabled
// <1=>50-100ns hold time
// <2=>300-600ns hold time
// <3=>400-800ns hold time
// <i> Defines the SDA hold time with respect to the negative edge of SCL
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sdahold
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_SDAHOLD
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_SDAHOLD 0x2
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Determine if the module shall run in standby sleep mode
// <id> i2c_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> i2c_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_SPEED
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_SPEED 0x00 // Speed: Standard/Fast mode
#endif
#if CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_TRISE < 215 || CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_TRISE > 300
#warning Bad I2C Rise time for Standard/Fast mode, reset to 215ns
#undef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// gclk_freq - (i2c_scl_freq * 10) - (gclk_freq * i2c_scl_freq * Trise)
// BAUD + BAUDLOW = --------------------------------------------------------------------
// i2c_scl_freq
// BAUD: register value low [7:0]
// BAUDLOW: register value high [15:8], only used for odd BAUD + BAUDLOW
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW \
(((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM1_CORE_FREQUENCY - (CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD * 10) \
- (CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_TRISE * (CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD / 100) * (CONF_GCLK_SERCOM1_CORE_FREQUENCY / 10000) \
/ 1000)) \
* 10 \
+ 5) \
/ (CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD * 10))
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_RATE
#if CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW > (0xFF * 2)
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too low, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 0xFF
#elif CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW <= 1
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too high, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 1
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW & 0x1) \
? (CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2) + ((CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2 + 1) << 8) \
: (CONF_SERCOM_1_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2))
#endif
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER
#define SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER (5 << 2)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic
// <o> I2C Bus clock speed (Hz) <1-400000>
// <i> I2C Bus clock (SCL) speed measured in Hz
// <id> i2c_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD 100000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced
// <id> i2c_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <o> TRise (ns) <0-300>
// <i> Determined by the bus impedance, check electric characteristics in the datasheet
// <i> Standard Fast Mode: typical 215ns, max 300ns
// <i> Fast Mode +: typical 60ns, max 100ns
// <i> High Speed Mode: typical 20ns, max 40ns
// <id> i2c_master_arch_trise
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// <q> Master SCL Low Extended Time-Out (MEXTTOEN)
// <i> This enables the master SCL low extend time-out
// <id> i2c_master_arch_mexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_MEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_MEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> Slave SCL Low Extend Time-Out (SEXTTOEN)
// <i> Enables the slave SCL low extend time-out. If SCL is cumulatively held low for greater than 25ms from the initial START to a STOP, the slave will release its clock hold if enabled and reset the internal state machine
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_SEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_SEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> SCL Low Time-Out (LOWTOUT)
// <i> Enables SCL low time-out. If SCL is held low for 25ms-35ms, the master will release it's clock hold
// <id> i2c_master_arch_lowtout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_LOWTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_LOWTOUT 0
#endif
// <o> Inactive Time-Out (INACTOUT)
// <0x0=>Disabled
// <0x1=>5-6 SCL cycle time-out(50-60us)
// <0x2=>10-11 SCL cycle time-out(100-110us)
// <0x3=>20-21 SCL cycle time-out(200-210us)
// <i> Defines if inactivity time-out should be enabled, and how long the time-out should be
// <id> i2c_master_arch_inactout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_INACTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_INACTOUT 0x0
#endif
// <o> SDA Hold Time (SDAHOLD)
// <0=>Disabled
// <1=>50-100ns hold time
// <2=>300-600ns hold time
// <3=>400-800ns hold time
// <i> Defines the SDA hold time with respect to the negative edge of SCL
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sdahold
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_SDAHOLD
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_SDAHOLD 0x2
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Determine if the module shall run in standby sleep mode
// <id> i2c_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> i2c_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_SPEED
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_SPEED 0x00 // Speed: Standard/Fast mode
#endif
#if CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_TRISE < 215 || CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_TRISE > 300
#warning Bad I2C Rise time for Standard/Fast mode, reset to 215ns
#undef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// gclk_freq - (i2c_scl_freq * 10) - (gclk_freq * i2c_scl_freq * Trise)
// BAUD + BAUDLOW = --------------------------------------------------------------------
// i2c_scl_freq
// BAUD: register value low [7:0]
// BAUDLOW: register value high [15:8], only used for odd BAUD + BAUDLOW
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW \
(((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM2_CORE_FREQUENCY - (CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD * 10) \
- (CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_TRISE * (CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD / 100) * (CONF_GCLK_SERCOM2_CORE_FREQUENCY / 10000) \
/ 1000)) \
* 10 \
+ 5) \
/ (CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD * 10))
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_RATE
#if CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW > (0xFF * 2)
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too low, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 0xFF
#elif CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW <= 1
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too high, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 1
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW & 0x1) \
? (CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2) + ((CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2 + 1) << 8) \
: (CONF_SERCOM_2_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2))
#endif
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER
#define SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER (5 << 2)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic
// <o> I2C Bus clock speed (Hz) <1-400000>
// <i> I2C Bus clock (SCL) speed measured in Hz
// <id> i2c_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD 100000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced
// <id> i2c_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <o> TRise (ns) <0-300>
// <i> Determined by the bus impedance, check electric characteristics in the datasheet
// <i> Standard Fast Mode: typical 215ns, max 300ns
// <i> Fast Mode +: typical 60ns, max 100ns
// <i> High Speed Mode: typical 20ns, max 40ns
// <id> i2c_master_arch_trise
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// <q> Master SCL Low Extended Time-Out (MEXTTOEN)
// <i> This enables the master SCL low extend time-out
// <id> i2c_master_arch_mexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_MEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_MEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> Slave SCL Low Extend Time-Out (SEXTTOEN)
// <i> Enables the slave SCL low extend time-out. If SCL is cumulatively held low for greater than 25ms from the initial START to a STOP, the slave will release its clock hold if enabled and reset the internal state machine
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_SEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_SEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> SCL Low Time-Out (LOWTOUT)
// <i> Enables SCL low time-out. If SCL is held low for 25ms-35ms, the master will release it's clock hold
// <id> i2c_master_arch_lowtout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_LOWTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_LOWTOUT 0
#endif
// <o> Inactive Time-Out (INACTOUT)
// <0x0=>Disabled
// <0x1=>5-6 SCL cycle time-out(50-60us)
// <0x2=>10-11 SCL cycle time-out(100-110us)
// <0x3=>20-21 SCL cycle time-out(200-210us)
// <i> Defines if inactivity time-out should be enabled, and how long the time-out should be
// <id> i2c_master_arch_inactout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_INACTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_INACTOUT 0x0
#endif
// <o> SDA Hold Time (SDAHOLD)
// <0=>Disabled
// <1=>50-100ns hold time
// <2=>300-600ns hold time
// <3=>400-800ns hold time
// <i> Defines the SDA hold time with respect to the negative edge of SCL
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sdahold
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_SDAHOLD
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_SDAHOLD 0x2
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Determine if the module shall run in standby sleep mode
// <id> i2c_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> i2c_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_SPEED
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_SPEED 0x00 // Speed: Standard/Fast mode
#endif
#if CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_TRISE < 215 || CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_TRISE > 300
#warning Bad I2C Rise time for Standard/Fast mode, reset to 215ns
#undef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// gclk_freq - (i2c_scl_freq * 10) - (gclk_freq * i2c_scl_freq * Trise)
// BAUD + BAUDLOW = --------------------------------------------------------------------
// i2c_scl_freq
// BAUD: register value low [7:0]
// BAUDLOW: register value high [15:8], only used for odd BAUD + BAUDLOW
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW \
(((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM3_CORE_FREQUENCY - (CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD * 10) \
- (CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_TRISE * (CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD / 100) * (CONF_GCLK_SERCOM3_CORE_FREQUENCY / 10000) \
/ 1000)) \
* 10 \
+ 5) \
/ (CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD * 10))
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_RATE
#if CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW > (0xFF * 2)
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too low, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 0xFF
#elif CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW <= 1
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too high, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 1
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW & 0x1) \
? (CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2) + ((CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2 + 1) << 8) \
: (CONF_SERCOM_3_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2))
#endif
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER
#define SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER (5 << 2)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic
// <o> I2C Bus clock speed (Hz) <1-400000>
// <i> I2C Bus clock (SCL) speed measured in Hz
// <id> i2c_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD 100000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced
// <id> i2c_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <o> TRise (ns) <0-300>
// <i> Determined by the bus impedance, check electric characteristics in the datasheet
// <i> Standard Fast Mode: typical 215ns, max 300ns
// <i> Fast Mode +: typical 60ns, max 100ns
// <i> High Speed Mode: typical 20ns, max 40ns
// <id> i2c_master_arch_trise
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// <q> Master SCL Low Extended Time-Out (MEXTTOEN)
// <i> This enables the master SCL low extend time-out
// <id> i2c_master_arch_mexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_MEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_MEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> Slave SCL Low Extend Time-Out (SEXTTOEN)
// <i> Enables the slave SCL low extend time-out. If SCL is cumulatively held low for greater than 25ms from the initial START to a STOP, the slave will release its clock hold if enabled and reset the internal state machine
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_SEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_SEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> SCL Low Time-Out (LOWTOUT)
// <i> Enables SCL low time-out. If SCL is held low for 25ms-35ms, the master will release it's clock hold
// <id> i2c_master_arch_lowtout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_LOWTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_LOWTOUT 0
#endif
// <o> Inactive Time-Out (INACTOUT)
// <0x0=>Disabled
// <0x1=>5-6 SCL cycle time-out(50-60us)
// <0x2=>10-11 SCL cycle time-out(100-110us)
// <0x3=>20-21 SCL cycle time-out(200-210us)
// <i> Defines if inactivity time-out should be enabled, and how long the time-out should be
// <id> i2c_master_arch_inactout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_INACTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_INACTOUT 0x0
#endif
// <o> SDA Hold Time (SDAHOLD)
// <0=>Disabled
// <1=>50-100ns hold time
// <2=>300-600ns hold time
// <3=>400-800ns hold time
// <i> Defines the SDA hold time with respect to the negative edge of SCL
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sdahold
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_SDAHOLD
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_SDAHOLD 0x2
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Determine if the module shall run in standby sleep mode
// <id> i2c_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> i2c_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_SPEED
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_SPEED 0x00 // Speed: Standard/Fast mode
#endif
#if CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_TRISE < 215 || CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_TRISE > 300
#warning Bad I2C Rise time for Standard/Fast mode, reset to 215ns
#undef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// gclk_freq - (i2c_scl_freq * 10) - (gclk_freq * i2c_scl_freq * Trise)
// BAUD + BAUDLOW = --------------------------------------------------------------------
// i2c_scl_freq
// BAUD: register value low [7:0]
// BAUDLOW: register value high [15:8], only used for odd BAUD + BAUDLOW
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW \
(((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM4_CORE_FREQUENCY - (CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD * 10) \
- (CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_TRISE * (CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD / 100) * (CONF_GCLK_SERCOM4_CORE_FREQUENCY / 10000) \
/ 1000)) \
* 10 \
+ 5) \
/ (CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD * 10))
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_RATE
#if CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW > (0xFF * 2)
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too low, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 0xFF
#elif CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW <= 1
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too high, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 1
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW & 0x1) \
? (CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2) + ((CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2 + 1) << 8) \
: (CONF_SERCOM_4_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2))
#endif
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER
#define SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER (5 << 2)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic
// <o> I2C Bus clock speed (Hz) <1-400000>
// <i> I2C Bus clock (SCL) speed measured in Hz
// <id> i2c_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD 100000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced
// <id> i2c_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <o> TRise (ns) <0-300>
// <i> Determined by the bus impedance, check electric characteristics in the datasheet
// <i> Standard Fast Mode: typical 215ns, max 300ns
// <i> Fast Mode +: typical 60ns, max 100ns
// <i> High Speed Mode: typical 20ns, max 40ns
// <id> i2c_master_arch_trise
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// <q> Master SCL Low Extended Time-Out (MEXTTOEN)
// <i> This enables the master SCL low extend time-out
// <id> i2c_master_arch_mexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_MEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_MEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> Slave SCL Low Extend Time-Out (SEXTTOEN)
// <i> Enables the slave SCL low extend time-out. If SCL is cumulatively held low for greater than 25ms from the initial START to a STOP, the slave will release its clock hold if enabled and reset the internal state machine
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_SEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_SEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> SCL Low Time-Out (LOWTOUT)
// <i> Enables SCL low time-out. If SCL is held low for 25ms-35ms, the master will release it's clock hold
// <id> i2c_master_arch_lowtout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_LOWTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_LOWTOUT 0
#endif
// <o> Inactive Time-Out (INACTOUT)
// <0x0=>Disabled
// <0x1=>5-6 SCL cycle time-out(50-60us)
// <0x2=>10-11 SCL cycle time-out(100-110us)
// <0x3=>20-21 SCL cycle time-out(200-210us)
// <i> Defines if inactivity time-out should be enabled, and how long the time-out should be
// <id> i2c_master_arch_inactout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_INACTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_INACTOUT 0x0
#endif
// <o> SDA Hold Time (SDAHOLD)
// <0=>Disabled
// <1=>50-100ns hold time
// <2=>300-600ns hold time
// <3=>400-800ns hold time
// <i> Defines the SDA hold time with respect to the negative edge of SCL
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sdahold
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_SDAHOLD
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_SDAHOLD 0x2
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Determine if the module shall run in standby sleep mode
// <id> i2c_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> i2c_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_SPEED
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_SPEED 0x00 // Speed: Standard/Fast mode
#endif
#if CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_TRISE < 215 || CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_TRISE > 300
#warning Bad I2C Rise time for Standard/Fast mode, reset to 215ns
#undef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// gclk_freq - (i2c_scl_freq * 10) - (gclk_freq * i2c_scl_freq * Trise)
// BAUD + BAUDLOW = --------------------------------------------------------------------
// i2c_scl_freq
// BAUD: register value low [7:0]
// BAUDLOW: register value high [15:8], only used for odd BAUD + BAUDLOW
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW \
(((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM5_CORE_FREQUENCY - (CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD * 10) \
- (CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_TRISE * (CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD / 100) * (CONF_GCLK_SERCOM5_CORE_FREQUENCY / 10000) \
/ 1000)) \
* 10 \
+ 5) \
/ (CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD * 10))
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_RATE
#if CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW > (0xFF * 2)
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too low, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 0xFF
#elif CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW <= 1
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too high, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 1
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW & 0x1) \
? (CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2) + ((CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2 + 1) << 8) \
: (CONF_SERCOM_5_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2))
#endif
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER
#define SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER (5 << 2)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic
// <o> I2C Bus clock speed (Hz) <1-400000>
// <i> I2C Bus clock (SCL) speed measured in Hz
// <id> i2c_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD 100000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced
// <id> i2c_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <o> TRise (ns) <0-300>
// <i> Determined by the bus impedance, check electric characteristics in the datasheet
// <i> Standard Fast Mode: typical 215ns, max 300ns
// <i> Fast Mode +: typical 60ns, max 100ns
// <i> High Speed Mode: typical 20ns, max 40ns
// <id> i2c_master_arch_trise
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// <q> Master SCL Low Extended Time-Out (MEXTTOEN)
// <i> This enables the master SCL low extend time-out
// <id> i2c_master_arch_mexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_MEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_MEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> Slave SCL Low Extend Time-Out (SEXTTOEN)
// <i> Enables the slave SCL low extend time-out. If SCL is cumulatively held low for greater than 25ms from the initial START to a STOP, the slave will release its clock hold if enabled and reset the internal state machine
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_SEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_SEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> SCL Low Time-Out (LOWTOUT)
// <i> Enables SCL low time-out. If SCL is held low for 25ms-35ms, the master will release it's clock hold
// <id> i2c_master_arch_lowtout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_LOWTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_LOWTOUT 0
#endif
// <o> Inactive Time-Out (INACTOUT)
// <0x0=>Disabled
// <0x1=>5-6 SCL cycle time-out(50-60us)
// <0x2=>10-11 SCL cycle time-out(100-110us)
// <0x3=>20-21 SCL cycle time-out(200-210us)
// <i> Defines if inactivity time-out should be enabled, and how long the time-out should be
// <id> i2c_master_arch_inactout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_INACTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_INACTOUT 0x0
#endif
// <o> SDA Hold Time (SDAHOLD)
// <0=>Disabled
// <1=>50-100ns hold time
// <2=>300-600ns hold time
// <3=>400-800ns hold time
// <i> Defines the SDA hold time with respect to the negative edge of SCL
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sdahold
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_SDAHOLD
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_SDAHOLD 0x2
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Determine if the module shall run in standby sleep mode
// <id> i2c_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> i2c_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_SPEED
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_SPEED 0x00 // Speed: Standard/Fast mode
#endif
#if CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_TRISE < 215 || CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_TRISE > 300
#warning Bad I2C Rise time for Standard/Fast mode, reset to 215ns
#undef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// gclk_freq - (i2c_scl_freq * 10) - (gclk_freq * i2c_scl_freq * Trise)
// BAUD + BAUDLOW = --------------------------------------------------------------------
// i2c_scl_freq
// BAUD: register value low [7:0]
// BAUDLOW: register value high [15:8], only used for odd BAUD + BAUDLOW
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW \
(((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM6_CORE_FREQUENCY - (CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD * 10) \
- (CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_TRISE * (CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD / 100) * (CONF_GCLK_SERCOM6_CORE_FREQUENCY / 10000) \
/ 1000)) \
* 10 \
+ 5) \
/ (CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD * 10))
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_RATE
#if CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW > (0xFF * 2)
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too low, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 0xFF
#elif CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW <= 1
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too high, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 1
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW & 0x1) \
? (CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2) + ((CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2 + 1) << 8) \
: (CONF_SERCOM_6_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2))
#endif
#endif
#include <peripheral_clk_config.h>
#ifndef SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER
#define SERCOM_I2CM_CTRLA_MODE_I2C_MASTER (5 << 2)
#endif
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_ENABLE
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_ENABLE 1
#endif
// <h> Basic
// <o> I2C Bus clock speed (Hz) <1-400000>
// <i> I2C Bus clock (SCL) speed measured in Hz
// <id> i2c_master_baud_rate
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD 100000
#endif
// </h>
// <e> Advanced
// <id> i2c_master_advanced
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_ADVANCED_CONFIG 0
#endif
// <o> TRise (ns) <0-300>
// <i> Determined by the bus impedance, check electric characteristics in the datasheet
// <i> Standard Fast Mode: typical 215ns, max 300ns
// <i> Fast Mode +: typical 60ns, max 100ns
// <i> High Speed Mode: typical 20ns, max 40ns
// <id> i2c_master_arch_trise
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// <q> Master SCL Low Extended Time-Out (MEXTTOEN)
// <i> This enables the master SCL low extend time-out
// <id> i2c_master_arch_mexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_MEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_MEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> Slave SCL Low Extend Time-Out (SEXTTOEN)
// <i> Enables the slave SCL low extend time-out. If SCL is cumulatively held low for greater than 25ms from the initial START to a STOP, the slave will release its clock hold if enabled and reset the internal state machine
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sexttoen
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_SEXTTOEN
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_SEXTTOEN 0
#endif
// <q> SCL Low Time-Out (LOWTOUT)
// <i> Enables SCL low time-out. If SCL is held low for 25ms-35ms, the master will release it's clock hold
// <id> i2c_master_arch_lowtout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_LOWTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_LOWTOUT 0
#endif
// <o> Inactive Time-Out (INACTOUT)
// <0x0=>Disabled
// <0x1=>5-6 SCL cycle time-out(50-60us)
// <0x2=>10-11 SCL cycle time-out(100-110us)
// <0x3=>20-21 SCL cycle time-out(200-210us)
// <i> Defines if inactivity time-out should be enabled, and how long the time-out should be
// <id> i2c_master_arch_inactout
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_INACTOUT
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_INACTOUT 0x0
#endif
// <o> SDA Hold Time (SDAHOLD)
// <0=>Disabled
// <1=>50-100ns hold time
// <2=>300-600ns hold time
// <3=>400-800ns hold time
// <i> Defines the SDA hold time with respect to the negative edge of SCL
// <id> i2c_master_arch_sdahold
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_SDAHOLD
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_SDAHOLD 0x2
#endif
// <q> Run in stand-by
// <i> Determine if the module shall run in standby sleep mode
// <id> i2c_master_arch_runstdby
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_RUNSTDBY
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_RUNSTDBY 0
#endif
// <o> Debug Stop Mode
// <i> Behavior of the baud-rate generator when CPU is halted by external debugger.
// <0=>Keep running
// <1=>Halt
// <id> i2c_master_arch_dbgstop
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_DEBUG_STOP_MODE 0
#endif
// </e>
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_SPEED
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_SPEED 0x00 // Speed: Standard/Fast mode
#endif
#if CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_TRISE < 215 || CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_TRISE > 300
#warning Bad I2C Rise time for Standard/Fast mode, reset to 215ns
#undef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_TRISE
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_TRISE 215
#endif
// gclk_freq - (i2c_scl_freq * 10) - (gclk_freq * i2c_scl_freq * Trise)
// BAUD + BAUDLOW = --------------------------------------------------------------------
// i2c_scl_freq
// BAUD: register value low [7:0]
// BAUDLOW: register value high [15:8], only used for odd BAUD + BAUDLOW
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW \
(((CONF_GCLK_SERCOM7_CORE_FREQUENCY - (CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD * 10) \
- (CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_TRISE * (CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD / 100) * (CONF_GCLK_SERCOM7_CORE_FREQUENCY / 10000) \
/ 1000)) \
* 10 \
+ 5) \
/ (CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD * 10))
#ifndef CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_RATE
#if CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW > (0xFF * 2)
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too low, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 0xFF
#elif CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW <= 1
#warning Requested I2C baudrate too high, please check
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_RATE 1
#else
#define CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_RATE \
((CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW & 0x1) \
? (CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2) + ((CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2 + 1) << 8) \
: (CONF_SERCOM_7_I2CM_BAUD_BAUDLOW / 2))
#endif
#endif
// <<< end of configuration section >>>
#endif // HPL_SERCOM_CONFIG_H