AD5292 SDO

I am connecting 3 AD5292's on one SPI channel. So SCLK, DIN, and SDO are all shared. The !SYNC pins are independently controlled. I know about the pull up resister on the SDO. I will only be talking to one chip at a time. I am worried about my master not being able to receive data from a SDO pin because of the other SDO pins on the channel. I know that the SDO pins need to be high impedance when not used. Will the chip put the SDO in high impedance when !SYNC is high, or do I have to do it?


page 25 says "To place the pin in high impedance and minimize the power dissipation when the pin is used, the 0x8001 data word followed by Command 0 should be sent to the part." Can you elaborate on this?

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Feb 19, 2013 9:02 AM over 7 years ago

    Hi zi2012,

    The AD5292 SDO pin is not synchronous with /SYNC.

    If you want to connect in parallel the SDOs pins, you will need to send the sequence described on page 25, each time that you conclude the transmission with a part. This guarantee that the SDO pin will be released an other part can get the control over it.

    Let me know if something is not clear, please.

    regards,

    Miguel

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Feb 19, 2013 9:02 AM over 7 years ago

    Hi zi2012,

    The AD5292 SDO pin is not synchronous with /SYNC.

    If you want to connect in parallel the SDOs pins, you will need to send the sequence described on page 25, each time that you conclude the transmission with a part. This guarantee that the SDO pin will be released an other part can get the control over it.

    Let me know if something is not clear, please.

    regards,

    Miguel

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