I want to test more function(and performance) with AD7768 EVB and need to modify its code,
Does ADI can provide the AD7768 EVB Source Code and EVAL-SDP-CB1Z protocal to us?
I also have this question.
I have the AD7768 Eval board (EVAL-AD7768FMCZ) and the corresponding demo/usb adapter board (EVAL-SDP-CH1Z).
Using the available AD7768 Evaluation Software (Labview-based example program), I can get the the AD7768 to capture and return data.
But, I need to exercise the AD7768 a bit more as part of an early investigation of it's capabilities before the project moves into the next phase.
Specifically, I am trying to capture & retrieve data over an extended period of time, say hours to days. I need to do this to verify operation and statistics of the noise.
At this point of the project, I cannot justify creating a PCB layout to drive the eval board or re-layout an entire design around the AD7768.
I am a bit confused by the parent question, as the date is in 2014 and I'm pretty sure the AD7768 was released June 2016.
We don't usually support this sort of request as ADI would not provide or offer support for the source code. We are planning on releasing new evaluation software and one of the features we would like to include in this new software would be the ability to capture data over a longer period of time.
Regarding the original question it is a little confusing for me too. One of the reasons it was not picked up would be the fact there would have been no alerts set up for the AD7768 at that time.
Sorry for my delayed response. I would expect we will have this available in the coming weeks - I will try and give you a better estimate once it is known. We are currently estimating and decided what improvements to implement.
So the best place to monitor the status would be here - I will keep you posted.
We aim to release an updated version of the software at the end of the month, with some bug fixes and improvements.
As of now this doesn't have the functionality you were asking about, to capture data over a longer period of time. This will require an edit to the firmware used and so requires a different resource on our side. I will try to keep you updated once I know more.
Do you have a particular duration for which you need to sample continuously? Or could you sample a few minutes worth of data at regular intervals to check the drift in your system? Hours worth of data from the AD7768 will take up an enormous amount of disk space.