SLUSBX9I March 2014 – July 2019 TPS23861
Command = 18h with 1 Data Byte, Write Only
Push button register.
Each bit corresponds to a particular cycle (detect or class restart) per port.
Each cycle can be individually triggered by writing a “1” at that bit location, while writing a “0” does not change anything for that event.
In Manual Mode, a single cycle (detect or class restart) is initiated. In Semi-Auto and Auto Mode, the corresponding bit in the Detect/Class Enable register is set, and the TPS23861 operates as prescribed in Device Functional Modes section.
During the cool-down cycle following a Start, ICUT or ILIM, any Detect/Class Restart Command for that port is accepted, but the corresponding action is delayed until end of cool-down period.
A Detect/Class Restart write command to 0x18 requires an I2C bus processing delay of 1.2 ms when followed by a Detect/Class Enable (0x14) write command. This delay applies from the end of the Detect/Class Restart command (stop pulse) to the end of the Detect/Class Enable command (stop pulse).
RCL4-RCL1: Restart classification bits.
RDET4-RDET1: Restart detection bits.