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mxm_1785x.h File Reference

Headers for the driver for the MAX17841B ASCI and MAX1785x monitoring chip. More...

#include "database_cfg.h"
#include "mxm_cfg.h"
#include "mxm_17841b.h"
#include "mxm_1785x_tools.h"
#include "mxm_basic_defines.h"
#include "mxm_battery_management.h"
#include "mxm_crc8.h"
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void MXM_StateMachine (MXM_MONITORING_INSTANCE_s *pInstance)
 Battery monitoring driver for MAX1785x battery monitoring ICs. More...
 

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Headers for the driver for the MAX17841B ASCI and MAX1785x monitoring chip.

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Author
foxBMS Team
Date
2019-01-15 (date of creation)
Updated
2020-09-10 (date of last update)
Prefix
MXM

def

Definition in file mxm_1785x.h.

Function Documentation

◆ MXM_StateMachine()

void MXM_StateMachine ( MXM_MONITORING_INSTANCE_s pInstance)

Battery monitoring driver for MAX1785x battery monitoring ICs.

This module supplies a driver for the Battery Monitoring ICs of the MAX1785x-family by Maxim Integrated.

Entry point for the module is the function MXM_Tick() in mxm_afe.c. It handles the measurement flow and the coordination of the underlying state-machines. Below this layer two state-machines are implemented.

The state-machine in mxm_battery_management.c is executed with the MXM_5XStateMachine()-function. This state-machine exposes commands of the Maxim Battery Management Protocol to the upper layers. Below, it translates these commands into state-changes for the underlying state-machine. This state-machine is implemented in mxm_17841b.c and executed with MXM_41BStateMachine(). It handles the register- and buffer-transactions required for the MAX17841B communication interface (Maxim calls this chip ASCI).

Main state-machine implementation

This state-machine handles the main state of the driver. It runs the self-check, initializes communication and then transitions into the operation state in which it executes the state-machine described in MXM_StateMachineOperation().

Parameters
[in,out]pInstanceused as both input and output (stores state-information, requests and intermediate values)

Definition at line 1934 of file mxm_1785x.c.

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