5.5.1 Operating Mode Test Description
Table 5-1, Table 5-2, and Table 5-3 list the current consumption values for the operational mode of the device. The operational mode provides an estimation of what an application might encounter. The test case run to achieve the values shown does the following in a loop. Peripherals that are not on the following list have had their clocks disabled.
- Code is executing from RAM.
- FLASH is read and kept in active state.
- No external components are driven by I/O pins.
- All of the communication peripherals are exercised: SPI-A to SPI-C; SCI-A to SCI-C; I2C-A; CAN-A to CAN-C; LIN-A; PMBUS-A; and FSI-A.
- ePWM-1 to ePWM-3 generate a 5-MHz output on 6 pins.
- ePWM-4 to ePWM-7 are in HRPWM mode and generating 25 MHz on 6 pins.
- CPU timers are active.
- CPU does FIR16 calculations.
- DMA does continuous 32-bit transfers.
- CLA-1 is executing a 1024-point DFT in a background task.
- All ADCs perform continuous conversions.
- All DACs vary voltage at the loop frequency ~11 kHz.
- All PGAs are enabled.
- All CMPSSs generate a square wave with a 100-kHz frequency.
- SDFM peripheral clock is enabled.
- eCAP-1 to eCAP-7 are in APWM mode, toggling at 250 kHz.
- All eQEP watchdogs are enabled and counting.
- System watchdog is enabled and counting.