ADXL355 MISO will goes to tri-state when /CS goes HIGH, can you confirm.
It was not stated in datasheet, although diagram showed it does, but I preferred word to confirm it.
Thank you for your post. I am pretty sure that I already answered this, but perhaps in another discussion. Nevertheless, I am sorry that this one has not received a reply yet. I have seen dozens of SPI-based datasheets that do not explicitly state this point, as this seems to be generally accepted that slaved SPI devices "let go" of the data lines when they are not engaged (via their slave select lines). .
Where did you answer this?
Please clarify does ADXL355 goes to tristate when /CS goes HIGH?
I prefer not to rely on assumption that all device goes to tristate because they don't. Datasheet must be made clear on that point. It is expensive to correct board because datasheet chooses not to make a point.
First, I spoke with the design team and they confirmed the following:
Second, everyone I have talked to about this has said that they are surprised that this is even a question, as we see that as a requirement for SPI compatibility.
Having said that, we realize that our perspective may not be universally shared and while we always do our best to offer quality products and documentation, we aren't perfect either. While I didn't write this datasheet, I have written dozens of others and in do so, have always appreciated the opportunity to leverage feedback from customers. So, I will take a look at how we might be able to incorporate your feedback in the future. Not sure how quickly this will happen, but it is now on my action list.
Thank you for offering your perspective on this. We wish you the best on the next steps of your design and look forward to your next Discussions in this forum.
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