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Thread: How to store XC2723X results of 10 analog channels? There are ony 8 result registers?

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    How to store XC2723X results of 10 analog channels? There are ony 8 result registers?

    The XC2723X has 10 analog channels. But the number of result registers are only 8.
    If I would like to use scan conversion for all analog channels, how can I store the result of all analog channels in separate result registers?

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    New Member New Member Randaloole is on a distinguished road
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    Analog channels are a great way to collect and record data. This is because they can be used in many different applications, such as measuring the frequency of a signal or temperature. For this https://www.bestessayservicereviews.com/ post we will focus on how to store 10 analog channel results with only 8 result registers available. When storing data from an analog channel it is important to note that the most significant digit determines what register will be used for storage.
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