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Keypad Decoder and I/O Expansion
ADP5589
Data Sheet
FEATURES
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
16-element FIFO for event recording
19 configurable I/Os allowing functions such as
Keypad decoding for matrix up to 11 × 8
Key press/release interrupts
Key pad lock/unlock
GPIO functions
GPI with selectable interrupt level
100 kΩ or 300 kΩ pull-up resistors
300 kΩ pull-down resistors
GPO with push-pull or open drain
Dual programmable logic blocks
PWM generator
Internal PWM generation
External PWM with internal PWM AND function
Clock divider
Reset generators
I2C interface with fast-mode plus (Fm+) support up to 1 MHz
Open-drain interrupt output
24-lead LFCSP 3.5 mm × 3.5 mm
25-ball WLCSP 1.99 mm × 1.99 mm
GND
VDD
ADP5589
UVLO
POR
RST
SDA
OSCILLATOR
I2C INTERFACE
SCL
INT
R0
R1
KEY SCAN
AND
DECODE
R2
R3
R4
R5
GPI SCAN
AND
DECODE
R6
R7
C0
C1
C2
REGISTERS
I/O
CONFIG
LOGIC 1
LOGIC 2
C3
C4
CLK DIV
C5
C6
PWM
C7
C8
Devices requiring keypad entry and I/O expansion
capabilities
RESET 1
GEN
C9
C10
RESET 2
GEN
09714-001
APPLICATIONS
Figure 1.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The ADP5589 is a 19 I/O port expander with built-in keypad
matrix decoder, programmable logic, reset generator, and
PWM generator. I/O expander ICs are used in portable devices
(phones, remote controls, and cameras) and nonportable
applications (healthcare, industrial, and instrumentation). I/O
expanders can be used to increase the number of I/Os available
to a processor or to reduce the number of I/Os required
through interface connectors for front panel designs.
need to monitor different registers for event changes. The
ADP5589 is equipped with a FIFO to store up to 16 events.
Events can be read back by the processor via an I2C compatible
interface.
The ADP5589, which handles all key scanning and decoding,
can flag the main processor via an interrupt line when new key
events have occurred. In addition, GPI changes and logic
changes can be tracked as events via the FIFO, eliminating the
The programmable logic functions allow common logic
requirements to be integrated as part of the GPIO expander,
saving board area and cost.
Rev. B
The ADP5589 frees up the main processor from having to
monitor the keypad, thereby reducing power consumption
and/or increasing processor bandwidth for performing other
functions.
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ADP5589
Data Sheet
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Features .............................................................................................. 1
Event FIFO .....................................................................................9
Applications ....................................................................................... 1
Key Scan Control ...........................................................................9
Functional Block Diagram .............................................................. 1
GPO Output ................................................................................ 15
General Description ......................................................................... 1
Logic Blocks ................................................................................ 16
Revision History ............................................................................... 2
PWM Block ................................................................................. 17
Specifications..................................................................................... 3
Clock Divider Block ................................................................... 17
Absolute Maximum Ratings............................................................ 5
Reset Blocks ................................................................................ 17
Thermal Resistance ...................................................................... 5
Interrupts ..................................................................................... 18
ESD Caution .................................................................................. 5
Register Interface ............................................................................ 19
Pin Configuration and Function Descriptions ............................. 6
Register Map ................................................................................... 21
Quick Device Overview ................................................................... 7
Detailed Register Descriptions ................................................. 23
Device Enable................................................................................ 8
Application Diagram...................................................................... 48
Device Overview .......................................................................... 8
Outline Dimensions ....................................................................... 49
Detailed Description ........................................................................ 9
Ordering Guide .......................................................................... 49
REVISION HISTORY
1/13—Rev. A to Rev. B
Changes to Detailed Register Descriptions Section and
Table 7 .............................................................................................. 22
Changes to Table 33 and Table 34 ................................................ 29
Changes to Table 36 ........................................................................ 30
Changes to Table 37 ........................................................................ 31
Changes to Table 69 ........................................................................ 41
Changes to Table 84 ........................................................................ 46
Changes to Figure 31 ...................................................................... 48
8/11—Revision A: Initial Version
Rev. B | Page 2 of 52
Data Sheet
ADP5589
SPECIFICATIONS
VDD = 1.8 V to 3.3 V, TA = −40°C to +85⁰C, unless otherwise noted. 1
Table 1.
Parameter
SUPPLY VOLTAGE
VDD Input Voltage Range
Undervoltage Lockout Threshold
SUPPLY CURRENT
Standby Current
Operating Current (One Key Press)
Symbol
VDD
UVLOVDD
ISTNBY
ISCAN = 10 ms
ISCAN = 10 ms
ISCAN = 10 ms
ISCAN = 10 ms
PULL-UP, PULL-DOWN RESISTANCE
Pull-Up Option 1
Pull-Up Option 2
Pull-Down
INPUT LOGIC LEVEL (RST, SCL, SDA, R0, R1, R2, R3, R4,
R5, R6, R7, C0, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8, C9, C10)
Logic Low Input Voltage
Logic High Input Voltage
Input Leakage Current (Per Pin)
PUSH-PULL OUTPUT LOGIC LEVEL (R0, R1, R2, R3, R4,
R5, R6, R7, C0, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8, C9, C10)
Logic Low Output Voltage 2
Logic Low Output Voltage 3
Logic High Output Voltage
Logic High Leakage Current (Per Pin)
OPEN-DRAIN OUTPUT LOGIC LEVEL (INT, SDA)
Logic Low Output Voltage (INT)
Logic Low Output Voltage (SDA)
Logic High Leakage Current (Per Pin)
Logic Propagation Delay
FF1 Hold Time 4
FF1 Setup Time4
FF2 Hold Time4
FF2 Setup Time4
GPIO Debounce4
Internal Oscillator Frequency 5
I2C TIMING SPECIFICATIONS
Delay from UVLO/Reset Inactive to I2C Access
SCL Clock Frequency
SCL High Time
SCL Low Time
Data Setup Time
Data Hold Time
Setup Time for Repeated Start
Test Conditions/Comments
UVLO active, VDD falling
UVLO inactive, VDD rising
Min
1.65
1.2
VDD = 1.65 V
VDD = 3.3 V
CORE_FREQ = 50 kHz, scan active,
300 kΩ pull-up, VDD = 1.65 V
CORE_FREQ = 50 kHz, scan active,
100 kΩ pull-up, VDD = 1.65 V
CORE_FREQ = 50 kHz, scan active,
300 kΩ pull-up, VDD = 3.3 V
CORE_FREQ = 50 kHz, scan active,
100 kΩ pull-up, VDD = 3.3 V
50
150
150
VIL
VIH
VI-Leak
Typ
Sink current = 10 mA
Sink current = 10 mA
Source current = 5 mA
VOL
VOL
VOH-Leak
ISINK = 10 mA
ISINK = 20 mA
3.6
1.6
V
V
V
1
1
30
4
10
40
μA
µA
µA
35
45
µA
75
85
μA
80
90
μA
100
300
300
150
450
450
kΩ
kΩ
kΩ
0.1
0.3 × VDD V
V
1
µA
0.4
0.5
0.7 × VDD
0.1
0.1
125
0
175
0
175
OSCFREQ
900
fSCL
tHIGH
tLOW
tSU; DAT
tHD; DAT
tSU; STA
0
0.26
0.5
50
0
0.26
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Unit
1.3
1.4
0.7 × VDD
VOL
VOL
VOH
VOH-Leak
Max
1000
1
0.4
0.4
1
300
70
1100
60
1000
V
V
V
µA
V
V
µA
ns
ns
ns
ns
ns
µs
kHz
µs
kHz
µs
µs
ns
µs
µs
ADP5589
Data Sheet
Parameter
Hold Time for Start/Repeated Start
Bus Free Time for Stop and Start Condition
Setup Time for Stop Condition
Data Valid Time
Data Valid Acknowledge
Rise Time for SCL and SDA
Fall Time for SCL and SDA
Pulse Width of Suppressed Spike
Capacitive Load for Each Bus Line
Symbol
tHD; STA
tBUF
tSU; STO
tVD; DAT
tVD; ACK
tR
tF
tSP
CB 6
Test Conditions/Comments
Min
0.26
0.5
0.26
Typ
Max
0.45
0.45
120
120
50
550
0
All limits at temperature extremes are guaranteed via correlation using standard statistical quality control (SQC). Typical values are at TA = 25°C, VDD = 1.8 V.
Maximum of five GPIOs active simultaneously.
3
All GPIOs active simultaneously.
4
Guaranteed by design.
5
All timers are referenced from the base oscillator and have the same ±10% accuracy.
6
CB is the total capacitance of one bus line in picofarads.
1
2
tF
tR
tSU; DAT
70%
30%
SDA
70%
30%
tF
tVD; DAT
tHD; DAT
tHIGH
tR
70%
30%
SCL
70%
30%
70%
30%
tHD; STA
S
70%
30%
tLOW
NINTH CLOCK
1/fSCL
FIRST CLOCK CYCLE
tBUF
SDA
tHD; STA
tSU; STA
tVD; ACK
tSP
tSU; STO
70%
30%
Sr
VIL = 0.3VDD
P
NINTH CLOCK
VIH = 0.7VDD
Figure 2. I2C Interface Timing Diagram
Rev. B | Page 4 of 52
S
09714-002
SCL
Unit
µs
µs
µs
µs
µs
ns
ns
ns
pF
Data Sheet
ADP5589
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
THERMAL RESISTANCE
Table 2.
Parameter
VDD to Ground
SCL, SDA, RST, INT, R0, R1, R2,
R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, C0, C1, C2,
C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C8, C9, C10
to Ground
Operating Ambient
Temperature Range
Operating Junction
Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Soldering Conditions
1
θJA is specified for the worst-case conditions, that is, a device
soldered in a circuit board for surface-mount packages.
Rating
–0.3 V to 4 V
–0.3 V to (VDD + 0.3 V)
Table 3.
−40°C to +125°C
Thermal Resistance
24-Lead LFCSP
Maximum Power Dissipation
25-Ball WLCSP
Maximum Power Dissipation
−65°C to +150°C
JEDEC J-STD-020
ESD CAUTION
−40°C to +85°C1
In applications where high power dissipation and poor thermal resistance
are present, the maximum ambient temperature may have to be derated.
Maximum ambient temperature (TA(MAX)) is dependent on the maximum
operating junction temperature (TJ(MAXOP) = 125°C), the maximum power
dissipation of the device (PD(MAX)), and the junction-to-ambient thermal
resistance of the part/package in the application (θJA), using the following
equation: TA(MAX) = TJ(MAXOP) − (θJA × PD(MAX)).
Stresses above those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings
may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress
rating only; functional operation of the device at these or any
other conditions above those indicated in the operational
section of this specification is not implied. Exposure to absolute
maximum rating conditions for extended periods may affect
device reliability.
Absolute maximum ratings apply individually only, not in
combination. Unless otherwise specified, all other voltages are
referenced to ground.
Rev. B | Page 5 of 52
θJA
43.83
120
43
120
Unit
C/W
mW
C/W
mW
ADP5589
Data Sheet
PIN CONFIGURATION AND FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
R7 1
18 VDD
R6 2
17 RST
R5 3
ADP5589
16 C7
R4 4
TOP VIEW
(Not to Scale)
15 C6
R3 5
14 C5
R2 6
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C3 12
C2 11
9
C0
C1 10
R0 8
R1 7
13 C4
1
2
3
4
5
A
VDD
SDA
SCL
GND
C10
B
R0
INT
RST
C0
C9
C
R2
R1
C1
C2
C8
D
R4
R3
C3
C4
C7
E
R5
R6
R7
C5
C6
TOP VIEW
(BALL SIDE DOWN)
Not to Scale
NOTES
1. THE EXPOSED PAD MUST BE CONNECTED TO GROUND.
Figure 3. LFCSP Pin Configuration
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19 C8
21 C10
20 C9
22 SDA
24 INT
23 SCL
BALLA1
CORNER
Figure 4. WLCSP Pin Configuration
Table 4. Pin Function Descriptions
Pin No.
(LFCSP)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
EP (pad)
Pin No.
(WLCSP)
E3
E2
E1
D1
D2
C1
C2
B1
B4
C3
C4
D3
D4
E4
E5
D5
B3
A1
C5
B5
A5
A2
A3
B2
A4
Mnemonic
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
R0
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
RST
VDD
C8
C9
C10
SDA
SCL
INT
GND
Description
GPIO 8. This pin functions as Row 7 if used as keypad.
GPIO 7. This pin functions as Row 6 if used as keypad.
GPIO 6. This pin functions as Row 5 if used as keypad.
GPIO 5 (GPIO alternate function: RESET1). This pin functions as Row 4 if used as keypad.
GPIO 4 (GPIO alternate function: LC1, PWM_OUT, or CLK_OUT. This pin functions as Row 3 if used as keypad.
GPIO 3 (GPIO alternate function: LB1). This pin functions as Row 2 if used as a keypad.
GPIO 2 (GPIO alternate function: LA1). This pin functions as Row 1 if used as a keypad.
GPIO 1 (GPIO alternate function: LY1). This pin functions as Row 0 if used as a keypad.
GPIO 9. This pin functions as Column 0 if used as keypad.
GPIO 10. This pin functions as Column 1 if used as keypad.
GPIO 11. This pin functions as Column 2 if used as keypad.
GPIO 12. This pin functions as Column 3 if used as keypad.
GPIO 13 (GPIO alternate function: RESET2). This pin functions as Column 4 if used as keypad.
GPIO 14. This pin functions as Column 5 if used as keypad.
GPIO 15 (GPIO alternate function: LC2, PWM_IN, or CLK_IN). This pin functions as Column 6 if used as keypad.
GPIO 16 (GPIO alternate function: LB2). This pin functions as Column 7 if used as keypad.
Input Reset Signal.
Supply Voltage Input.
GPIO 17 (GPIO alternate function: LA2). This pin functions as Column 8 if used as keypad.
GPIO 18 (GPIO alternate function: LY2). This pin functions as Column 9 if used as keypad.
GPIO 19. This pin functions as Column 10 if used as keypad.
I2C Data Input/Output.
I2C Clock Input.
Open-Drain Interrupt Output.
Ground. The exposed pad of the LFCSP package must be connected to ground.
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Data Sheet
ADP5589
QUICK DEVICE OVERVIEW
VDD
GND
ADP5589
UVLO
POR
RST
OSCILLATOR
SDA
I2C INTERFACE
INT
SCL
(R0)
(R1)
(R2)
(R3)
(R4)
(R5)
(R6)
(R7)
(C0)
(C1)
(C2)
(C3)
(C4)
(C5)
(C6)
(C7)
(C8)
(C9)
(C10)
R0
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
I/O
CONFIGURATION
ROW 0
ROW 1
ROW 2
ROW 3
ROW 4
ROW 5
ROW 6
ROW 7
COL 0
COL 1
COL 2
COL 3
COL 4
COL 5
COL 6
COL 7
COL 8
COL 9
COL 10
(R0)
(R1)
(R2)
(R3)
(R4)
(R5)
(R6)
(R7)
(C0)
(C1)
(C2)
(C3)
(C4)
(C5)
(C6)
(C7)
(C8)
(C9)
(C10)
GPIO 1
GPIO 2
GPIO 3
GPIO 4
GPIO 5
GPIO 6
GPIO 7
GPIO 8
GPIO 9
GPIO 10
GPIO 11
GPIO 12
GPIO 13
GPIO 14
GPIO 15
GPIO 16
GPIO 17
GPIO 18
GPIO 19
(R1)
(R2)
(R3)
LA1
LB1
LC1
(R0)
LY1
(C8)
(C7)
(C6)
LA2
(C9)
LY2
(C6)
CLK_IN
(R3)
CLK_OUT
I2C BUSY?
KEY EVENT
GPI EVENT
FIFO
UPDATE
LOGIC EVENT
KEY SCAN
AND
DECODE
GPI SCAN
AND
DECODE
REGISTERS
LOGIC 1
C5
C7
C8
C9
C10
LB2
LC2
(C6)
PWM_IN
(R3)
PWM_OUT
(R4)
RESET1
(C4)
RESET2
LOGIC 2
CLK DIV
PWM
RESET1
GEN
RST
RESET2
GEN
09714-004
C6
Figure 5. Internal Block Diagram
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ADP5589
Data Sheet
DEVICE ENABLE
When sufficient voltage is applied to VDD and the RST pin is
driven with a logic high level, the ADP5589 starts up in standby
mode with all settings at default. The user can configure the
device via the I2C interface. When the RST pin is low, the
ADP5589 enters a reset state and all settings return to default.
The RST pin features a debounce filter.
DEVICE OVERVIEW
The ADP5589 contains 19 multiconfigurable input/output pins.
Each pin can be programmed to enable the device to carry out
its various functions, as follows:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Keypad matrix decoding (11-column by 8-row matrix
maximum).
General-purpose I/O expansion (up to 19 inputs/outputs).
PWM generation.
Clock division of externally supplied source.
Dual logic function building blocks (up to three inputs,
one output).
Two reset generators.
All 19 input/output pins have an I/O structure, as shown in
Figure 6.
VDD
100kΩ
300kΩ
Each I/O can be pulled up with a 100 kΩ or 300 kΩ resistor or
pulled down with a 300 kΩ resistor. For logic output drive, each
I/O has a 5 mA PMOS source and a 10 mA NMOS sink for
push-pull type output. For open-drain output situations, the
5 mA PMOS source is not enabled. For logic input applications,
each I/O can be sampled directly or, alternatively, sampled
through a debounce filter.
The I/O structure shown in Figure 6 allows for all GPI and GPO
functions, as well as PWM and clock divide functions. For key
matrix scan and decode, the scanning circuit uses the 100 kΩ or
300 kΩ resistor for pulling up keypad row pins and the 10 mA
NMOS sinks for grounding keypad column pins (see the Key
Scan Control section for details about key decoding).
Configuration of the device is carried out by programming an
array of internal registers via the I2C interface. Feedback of
device status and pending interrupts can be flagged to an
external processor via the INT pin.
The ADP5589 is offered with three feature sets. Table 5 lists the
options that are available for each model of the ADP5589.
Table 5. Available Options
Models
ADP5589ACPZ-00-R7
ADP5589ACBZ-00-R7
ADP5589ACPZ-01-R7
ADP5589ACBZ-01-R7
ADP5589ACPZ-02-R7
ADP5589ACBZ-02-R7
Description
All GPIOs pulled up (default option)
Reset pass-through1
Pull-down on special function pins2
I/O
Reset pass-through implies that the RESET1 output (R4) follows the logic
level of the reset input pin, RST, after the oscillator has been enabled.
2
Special function pins are defined as R0 (Row 0), R3 (Row 3), R4 (Row 4), C4
(Column 4), C6 (Column 6), and C9 (Column 9).
1
300kΩ
DEBOUNCE
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I/O
DRIVE
Figure 6. I/O Structure
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Data Sheet
ADP5589
DETAILED DESCRIPTION
EVENT FIFO
EC = 3
FIRST
READ
It is important to understand the function of the event FIFO.
The ADP5589 features an event FIFO that can record as many
as 16 events. By default, the FIFO primarily records key events,
such as key press and key release. However, it is possible to
configure the general-purpose input (GPI) and logic activity
to generate event information on the FIFO as well. An event
count, EC[4:0], is composed of five bits and works in tandem
with the FIFO so that the user knows how much of the FIFO
must be read back at any given time.
KEY 3 PRESSED
KEY 3 RELEASED
GPI 7 ACTIVE
EC = 2
SECOND
READ
KEY 3 RELEASED
GPI 7 ACTIVE
EC = 1
THIRD
READ
GPI 7 ACTIVE
The FIFO is composed of 16 eight-bit sections that the user
accesses by reading the FIFO_x registers. The actual FIFO
is not in user accessible registers until a read occurs. The
FIFO can be thought of as a “first in, first out” buffer used
to fill Register 0x03 to Register 0x12.
The event FIFO is made up of 16 eight-bit registers. In each
register, Bits[6:0] hold the event identifier, and Bit 7 holds the
event state. With seven bits, 127 different events can be identified.
See Table 11 for event decoding.
OVRFLOW_INT
KEY EVENTS
GPI EVENTS
FIFO
UPDATE
EC[4:0]
LOGIC EVENTS
EVENT2[7:0]
EVENT3[7:0]
EVENT4[7:0]
The FIFO registers (0x03 to 0x12) always point to the top of the
FIFO (that is, the location of EVENT1[7:0]). If the user tries to
read back from any location in a FIFO, data is always obtained
from the top of that FIFO. This ensures that events can only be
read back in the order in which they occurred, thus ensuring
the integrity of the FIFO system.
A FIFO overflow event occurs when more than 16 events are
generated prior to an external processor reading a FIFO and
clearing it.
EVENT5[7:0]
EVENT6[7:0]
EVENT7[7:0]
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
If an overflow condition occurs, the overflow status bit is set.
An interrupt is generated if overflow interrupt is enabled,
signaling to the processor that more than 16 events have
occurred.
0
EVENT9[7:0]
EVENT10[7:0]
EVENT11[7:0]
EVENT8_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT12[7:0]
KEY SCAN CONTROL
EVENT13[7:0]
General
EVENT8_STATE
EVENT15[7:0]
EVENT16[7:0]
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EVENT14[7:0]
Figure 8. FIFO Operation
Some of the onboard functions of ADP5589 can be programmed to generate events on the FIFO. A FIFO update control
block manages updates to the FIFO. If an I2C transaction is
accessing any of the FIFO address locations, updates are paused
until the I2C transaction has completed.
EVENT1[7:0]
EVENT8[7:0]
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EC = 0
Figure 7. Breakdown of Eventx[7:0] Bits
When events are available on the FIFO, the user should first
read back the event count, EC[4:0], to determine how many
events must be read back. Events can be read from the top of
the FIFO only. When an event is read back, all remaining events
in the FIFO are shifted up one location, and the EC[4:0] count
is decremented.
The 19 input/output pins can be configured to decode a keypad
matrix up to a maximum size of 88 switches (11 × 8 matrix).
Smaller matrices can also be configured, freeing up the unused
row and column pins for other I/O functions.
The R0 through R7 I/O pins comprise the rows of the keypad
matrix. The C0 through C10 I/O pins comprise the columns of
the keypad matrix. Pins used as rows are pulled up via the internal
300 kΩ (or 100 kΩ) resistors. Pins used as columns are driven
low via the internal NMOS current sink.
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ADP5589
Data Sheet
scanned; therefore, if multiple keys are pressed, they are
detected.
VDD
To prevent glitches or narrow press times being registered as a
valid key press, the key scanner requires the key be pressed for
two scan cycles. The key scanner has a wait time between each
scan cycle; therefore, the key must be pressed and held for at
least this wait time to register as being pressed. If the key is
continuously pressed, the key scanner continues to scan, wait,
scan, wait, and so forth.
KEY
SCAN
CONTROL
R0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
R1
R2
If Switch 6 is released, the connection between R1 and C2
breaks, and R1 is pulled up high. The key scanner requires that
the key be released for two scan cycles because the release of a
key is not necessarily in sync with the key scanner, it may take
up to two full wait/scan cycles for a key to register as released.
When the key is registered as released, and no other keys are
pressed, the key scanner returns to idle mode.
3 × 3 KEYPAD MATRIX
Figure 9. Simplified Key Scan Block
Figure 9 shows a simplified representation of the key scan block
using three row and three column pins connected to a small
3 × 3, nine-switch keypad matrix. When the key scanner is idle,
the row pins are pulled high and the column pins are driven
low. The key scanner operates by checking the row pins to see
if they are low.
If Switch 6 in the matrix is pressed, R1 connects to C2. The key
scan circuit senses that one of the row pins is pulled low, and a
key scan cycle begins. Key scanning involves driving all column
pins high, then driving each column pin, one at a time, low and
sensing whether a row pin is low or not. All row/column pairs are
For the remainder of this document, the press/release status of a
key is represented as simply a logic signal in the figures. A logic
high level represents the key status as pressed, and a logic low
represents released. This eliminates the need to draw individual
row/column signals when describing key events.
KEY PRESSED
KEY x
KEY RELEASED
KEY RELEASED
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C2
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C1
C0
Figure 10. Logic Low: Released; Logic High: Pressed
Figure 11 shows a detailed representation of the key scan block
and its associated control and status signals. When all row and
column pins are used, a matrix of 88 unique keys can be
scanned.
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Data Sheet
ADP5589
PIN_CONFIG_A[7:0]
PIN_CONFIG_B[7:0]
PIN_CONFIG_C[2:0]
RESET_TRIGGER_TIME[2:0]
RESET1_EVENT_A[7:0]
RESET1_EVENT_B[7:0]
RESET1_EVENT_C[7:0]
RESET2_EVENT_A[7:0]
RESET2_EVENT_B[7:0]
LOCK_EN
EXT_LOCK_EVENT[7:0]
UNLOCK1[7:0]
UNLOCK2[7:0]
UNLOCK_TIMER[2:0]
INT_MASK_TIMER[4:0]
RESET 1_INITIATE
RESET 2_INITIATE
LOCK_STAT
LOCK_INT
EVENT_INT
KEY SCAN
CONTROL
OVRFLOW_INT
I2C BUSY?
KEY EVENT
GPI EVENT
EC[4:0]
FIFO
UPDATE
LOGIC EVENT
FIFO
COLUMN
SINK ON/OFF
ROW
SENSE
I/O CONFIGURATION
89
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
90
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
91
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
92
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
93
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
94
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
95
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
96
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
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C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 R0 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7
Figure 11. Detailed Key Scan Block
KEY 32
KEY SCAN
EVENT_INT
EC[4:0]
If a smaller 3 × 3 matrix is configured, for example, using the
C5, C6, and C7 column pins and the R1, R2, and R3 row pins,
only the nine event identifiers (17, 18, 19, 28, 29, 30, 39, 40,
and 41) can possibly be observed on the FIFO, as shown in
Figure 11.
By default, the ADP5589 records key presses and releases on the
FIFO. Figure 12 illustrates what happens when a single key is
pressed and released. Initially, the key scanner is idle. When
Key 32 is pressed, the scanner begins scanning through all
configured row/column pairs. After the scan wait time, the
scanner again scans through all configured row/column pairs
and detects that Key 32 has remained pressed, which sets the
EVENT_INT interrupt. The event counter, EC[4:0], is incremented to 1, EVENT1[7:0] of the FIFO is updated with its event
identifier set to 32, and its Event1_State bit is set to 1, indicating
a press.
1
FIFO
KEY 32 PRESS 1 32
KEY 32 RELEASE 0 32
0 0
0 0
2
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Use Registers PIN_CONFIG_A[7:0] (0x49),
PIN_CONFIG_B[7:0] (0x4A), and PIN_CONFIG_C[2:0]
(0x4B) to configure I/Os for keypad decoding. The number
label on each key switch represents the event identifier that
is recorded if that switch is pressed. If all row/column pins
are configured, it is possible to observe all 88 key identifiers on
the FIFO.
Figure 12. Press and Release Event
The key scanner continues the scan/wait cycles while the key
remains pressed. If the scanner detects that the key has been
released for two consecutive scan cycles, the event counter
EC[4:0] is incremented to 2, and EVENT2[7:0] of the FIFO is
updated with its event identifier set to 32. Its Event2_State bit is
set to 0, indicating a release. The key scanner goes back to idle
mode because no other keys are pressed.
The EVENT_INT interrupt can be triggered by both press and
release key events. As shown in Figure 13, if Key 32 is pressed,
EVENT_INT is asserted, EC[4:0] is updated, and the FIFO is
updated. During the time that the key is still pressed, it is
possible for the FIFO to be read, the event counter decremented
to 0, and EVENT_INT cleared. When the key is finally released,
EVENT_INT is asserted, the event counter incremented, and
the FIFO updated with the release event information.
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Data Sheet
COL0
KEY 32
KEY SCAN
COL1
COL2
PRESS
PRESS
GHOST
PRESS
ROW0
EVENT_INT CLEARED
EVENT_INT
FIFO
1 32
0 0
0 0
0 0
FIFO
READ
FIFO
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
ROW1
1
FIFO
KEY 32 RELEASE 0 32
0 0
0 0
0 0
ROW2
Figure 13. Asserting the EVENT_INT Interrupt
Figure 14. COL0-ROW3 is a Ghost Key Due to Short Between ROW0, COL0,
COL2 and ROW3 During Key Press
Key Pad Extension
As shown in Figure 11, the keypad can be extended if each row
is connected directly to ground by a switch. If the switch placed
between R0 and ground is pressed, the whole row is grounded.
When the key scanner completes scanning, it normally detects
Key 1 to Key 11 as being pressed; however, this unique condition is decoded by the ADP5589, and Key Event 89 is assigned
to it. Up to eight more key event assignments are possible, allowing
the keypad size to extend up to 96. However, if one of the
extended keys is pressed, none of the keys on that row is
detectable. Activation of a ground key causes all other keys
sharing that row to be undetectable.
Ghosting
Ghosting is an occurrence where, given certain key press combinations on a keypad matrix, a false positive reading of an
additional key is detected. Ghosting is created when three or
more keys are pressed simultaneously on multiple rows or
columns (see Figure 14). Key combinations that form a right
angle on the keypad matrix can cause ghosting.
The solution to ghosting is to select a keypad matrix layout that
takes into account three key combinations that are most likely
to be pressed together. Multiple keys pressed across one row or
across one column do not cause ghosting. Staggering keys so that
they do not share a column also avoids ghosting. The most
common practice is to place keys that are likely to be pressed
together in the same row or column. Some examples of keys
that are likely to be pressed together are as follows:



ROW3
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KEY 32 PRESS
0
09714-012
1
EC[4:0]
The navigation keys in combination with Select.
The navigation keys in combination with the space bar.
The reset combination keys, such as CTRL + ALT + DEL.
FIFO Lock/Unlock
The ADP5589 features a lock mode, whereby events are prevented from updating the FIFO or the event counter or from
generating EVENT_INT interrupts until an unlock event is
detected.
The lock feature is enabled by setting the LOCK_EN (0x37[0])
bit or, alternatively, by a user programmable key or GPI event
(set via EXT_LOCK_EVENT[7:0], Address 0x35). If the lock
feature is enabled by the LOCK_EN bit, the LOCK_STAT
(0x02[5]) bit is set. If the lock feature is enabled by an external
event, then the LOCK_STAT bit is set, and a LOCK_INT
interrupt is generated.
Unlock events are programmed via the UNLOCK1[7:0] (0x33)
and UNLOCK2[7:0] (0x34) registers. Bits[6:0] comprise the
even number. Bit 7 determines the active/inactive event (see the
UNLOCK1 Register 0x33 (Table 59) and the UNLOCK2
Register 0x34 (Table 60).
If the user chooses to use only one unlock event, only the
UNLOCK1[7:0] register should be programmed. Unlock events
can be key press events (Event 1 to Event 88). Key release events
are ignored when the keypad is locked and should not be used as
unlock events.
GPIs configured to generate FIFO updates can also be used as
unlock events (Event 97 to Event 115, either active or inactive).
If either UNLOCKx register is programmed with Value 127
(Event 127), this means that any allowable event (key or
GPI) is the unlock event. For example, if UNLOCK1[6:0] is
programmed with 17, and UNLOCK2[6:0] is programmed with
127, the unlock sequence is Key 17 press followed by any other
allowable event.
If the first unlock event is detected, partial unlock has occurred.
If the next event after the first unlock event is not the second
unlock event, then a full lock state is entered again. If the next
event after the first unlock event is the second unlock event,
then LOCK_STAT is cleared, and a LOCK_INT interrupt is
generated. The user can at any stage clear LOCK_EN. This
clears the LOCK_STAT bit but does not cause a LOCK_INT
interrupt to be generated.
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Data Sheet
ADP5589
When full unlock is achieved, FIFO and event count updates
resume. Note that if a key press is used as the second unlock
event, the release of that key is captured on the FIFO after
unlocking is completed.
The ADP5589 features an unlock timer, UNLOCK_TIMER[2:0]
(0x36[2:0]). When enabled, after the first unlock event occurs,
the unlock timer begins counting, and the second unlock event
must occur before the unlock timer expires. If the unlock timer
expires, the first unlock event must occur again to restart the
unlock process. Figure 15 shows a simple state diagram of the
unlocking process.
NO
YES
FIRST
UNLOCK
EVENT?
The ADP5589 features an interrupt mask timer, INT_MASK_
TIMER[4:0] (0x36[7:3]). When this timer and lock mode are
enabled, a single EVENT_INT is generated if any key is pressed
or any GPI (programmed to update the FIFO) is active. When
the EVENT_INT is generated, the mask timer begins counting.
No additional EVENT_INT interrupts are generated until
the mask timer expires and a new key is pressed or any GPI
(programmed to update the FIFO) is active, unless the unlock
events occur, in which case, normal operation is resumed.
Allowing a single EVENT_INT interrupt is useful to alert the
processor to turn on its screen and display an unlock message
to the user. Blanking out additional key presses ensures that the
processor is not unnecessarily interrupted until the unlock
events occur. Figure 16 shows the unlock sequence when the
interrupt mask timer is enabled.
LOCKED
LOCK_STAT = 1
EVENT
DETECTED?
When lock mode is enabled, no EVENT_INT interrupts can be
generated until the unlock events occur.
NO
YES
LOCK_STAT = 1
NO
SECOND
UNLOCK EVENT
REQUIRED?
YES
NO
UNLOCK
TIMER
ENABLED?
YES
EVENT
DETECTED?
NO
START UNLOCK TIMER
YES
EVENT
DETECTED?
NO
YES
UNLOCK
TIMER
EXPIRED?
YES
NO
SECOND
UNLOCK EVENT?
NO
UNLOCK
LOCK_STAT = 0
09714-014
YES
Figure 15. State Diagram of Unlocking Process
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Data Sheet
LOCKED
LOCK_STAT = 1
EVENT
DETECTED?
NO
YES
MASK
TIMER ENABLED?
YES
YES
SET
EVENT_INT = 1
MASK
TIMER EXPIRED?
NO
NO
START MASK TIMER
FIRST
UNLOCK
EVENT?
NO
YES
LOCK_STAT = 1
NO
SECOND
UNLOCK EVENT
REQUIRED?
YES
NO
UNLOCK
TIMER
ENABLED?
YES
EVENT
DETECTED?
NO
START UNLOCK TIMER
YES
YES
SET
EVENT_INT = 1
YES
EVENT
DETECTED?
MASK
TIMER ENABLED?
MASK
TIMER EXPIRED?
NO
NO
YES
NO
YES
MASK
TIMER ENABLED?
START MASK TIMER
SET
EVENT_INT = 1
YES
MASK
NO
TIMER EXPIRED?
NO
START MASK TIMER
UNLOCK
TIMER
EXPIRED?
YES
NO
SECOND
UNLOCK EVENT?
NO
UNLOCK
LOCK_STAT = 0
Figure 16. Unlock Sequence
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YES
Data Sheet
ADP5589
GPI 6
GPI Input
GPI_INT_LEVEL_A[5]
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_A[5]
GPI_STATUS_A[5]
CLEARED
BY READ
GPI_INT_STAT_A[5]
PIN_CONFIG_A[7:0]
PIN_CONFIG_B[7:0]
CLEARED
BY WRITE ‘1’
GPI_INT
PIN_CONFIG_C[2:0]
Figure 18. Single GPI Example
LOCK_EN
EXT_LOCK_EVENT[7:0]
LOCK_STAT
GPIs can be programmed to generate FIFO events via the
GPI_EVENT_EN_x registers. GPIs in this mode do not generate GPI_INT interrupts and instead generate EVENT_INT
interrupts. Figure 19 shows several GPI lines and their effects
on the FIFO and event count, EC[4:0].
LOCK_INT
GPI 6
UNLOCK1[7:0]
UNLOCK2[7:0]
UNLOCK_TIMER[2:0]
INT_MASK_TIMER[4:0]
GPIO_DIRECTION_A[7:0]
GPIO_DIRECTION_B[7:0]
GPIO_DIRECTION_C[2:0]
GPI_INT_LEVEL_A[7:0]
GPI_INT_LEVEL_B[7:0]
EVENT_INT
GPI_INT_LEVEL_C[2:0]
GPI 14
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_A[7:0]
GPI_INT
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_B[7:0]
GPI_INT_STAT_A[7:0]
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_C[2:0]
GPI_INT_STAT_B[7:0]
GPI_EVENT_EN_A[7:0]
GPI_INT_STAT_C[2:0]
LCK_TRK_GPI
GPI 2
GPI_STATUS_A[7:0]
GPI_EVENT_EN_B[7:0]
GPI_EVENT_EN_C[2:0]
09714-017
Each of the 19 I/O lines can be configured as a general-purpose
logic input line. Figure 17 shows a detailed representation of the
GPI scan and detect block and all its associated control and
status signals.
GPI SCAN
CONTROL
GPI SCAN
GPI_STATUS_B[7:0]
GPI_STATUS_C[2:0]
RESET_TRIGGER_TIME[2:0]
EVENT_INT
RESET1_EVENT_A[7:0]
RESET1_EVENT_B[7:0]
EC[4:0]
RESET1_EVENT_C[7:0]
1
RESET2_EVENT_A[7:0]
2
3
4
5
6
(R0)
GPIO 1
(R1)
GPIO 2
(R2)
GPIO 3
(R3)
GPIO 4
(R4)
(R5)
GPIO 5
GPIO 6
(R6)
GPIO 7
(R7)
GPIO 8
(C0)
GPIO 9
OVRFLOW_INT
I2C BUSY?
KEY EVENT
GPI EVENT
FIFO
UPDATE
GPI 2 ACTIVE
GPI 6 ACTIVE
GPI 14 ACTIVE
GPI 14 INACTIVE
GPI 6 ACTIVE
GPI 2 ACTIVE
EC[4:0]
LOGIC EVENT
FIFO
Figure 19. Multiple GPI Lines Example
(C1) GPIO 10
(C2) GPIO 11
(C3) GPIO 12
(C4) GPIO 13
(C5) GPIO 14
(C6) GPIO 15
(C10) GPIO 19
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(C7) GPIO 16
(C8) GPIO 17
(C9) GPIO 18
Figure 17. GPI Scan and Detect Block
The current input state of each GPI can be read back using the
GPI_STATUS_x registers. Each GPI can be programmed to
generate an interrupt via the GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_x registers.
The interrupt status is stored in the GPI_INT_STAT_x registers.
GPI interrupts can be programmed to trigger on inputs being
high or on inputs being low via the GPI_INT_LEVEL_x
registers. If any of the GPI interrupts is triggered, the master
GPI_INT interrupt is also triggered.
Figure 18 demonstrates a single GPI and how it affects its
corresponding status and interrupt status bits.
FIFO
1 101
1 105
1 113
0 113
0 105
0 101
09714-018
RESET2_EVENT_B[7:0]
The GPI scanner is idle until it detects a level transition. It scans
the GPI inputs and updates accordingly. It then returns to idle
immediately; it does not scan/wait, like the key scanner. As
such, the GPI scanner can detect narrow pulses once they get
past the 50 μs input debounce filter.
GPIs (programmed for FIFO updating) can be used as keypad
unlock events via the UNLOCKx registers (see the FIFO
Lock/Unlock section). The LCK_TRK_GPI bit can be used to
allow GPIs (programmed for FIFO updating) to be tracked
when the keypad is locked.
GPO OUTPUT
Each of the 19 I/O lines can be configured as a general-purpose
output (GPO) line. Figure 6 shows a detailed diagram of the I/O
structure. See the Detailed Register Descriptions section for
GPO configuration and usage.
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Data Sheet
LOGIC BLOCKS
The outputs from the logic blocks can be configured to generate
interrupts. They can also be configured to generate events on
the FIFO. The LCK_TRK_LOGIC (0x4D[4]) bit can be used
to allow logic events (programmed for FIFO updating) to be
tracked when the keypad is locked.
Several of the ADP5589 I/O lines can be used as inputs and
outputs for implementing some common logic functions.
The R1, R2, and R3 I/O pins can be used as inputs, and the R0
I/O pin can be used as an output for Logic Block 1.
Figure 21 and Figure 22 show detailed diagrams of the internal
make-up of each logic block, illustrating the possible logic
functions that can be implemented.
The C8, C7, and C6 I/O pins can be used as inputs, and the C9
I/O pin can be used as an output, for Logic Block 2. It is also
possible to cascade the output of Logic Block 1 as an alternate
input for Logic Block 2 (LY1 is used instead of LA2).
LOGIC BLOCK1
LOGIC BLOCK2
(R1) LA1
(C8) LA2
(R2) LB1
(R3) LC1
(C7) LB2
(C6) LC2
LA1_INV
LA2_INV
LB1_INV
LB2_INV
LC1_INV
LY1 (R0) LC2_INV
LY2_INV
LY1_INV
FF1_SET
FF2_SET
SET
D
FF1_CLR
LOGIC1_SEL[2:0]
LY2 (C9)
Q
SET
D
FF2_CLR
LOGIC2_SEL[2:0]
CLR
R3_EXTEND_CFG[1:0]
Q
CLR
C6_EXTEND_CFG
OVRFLOW_INT
LCK_TRK_LOGIC
I2C BUSY?
LOGIC1_INT_LEVEL
EC[4:0]
KEY EVENT
LOGIC2_INT_LEVEL
FIFO
UPDATE
GPI EVENT
LOGIC1_EVENT_EN
LOGIC EVENT
LOGIC
EVENT/INT
GENERATOR
LOGIC2_EVENT_EN
RESET_TRIGGER_TIME[2:0]
FIFO
RESET1_EVENT_A[7:0]
EVENT_INT
LOGIC1_INT
LOGIC2_INT
RESET1_EVENT_B[7:0]
09714-019
RESET1_EVENT_C[7:0]
RESET2_EVENT_A[7:0]
RESET2_EVENT_B[7:0]
Figure 20. Logic Blocks Overview
LA1
LA1
0
LA1
1
IN_LA1
OUT
SEL
IN_LA1
LA1_INV
AND
0
IN_LB1
AND
IN_LC1
LB1
LB1
0
LB1
1
OUT
LC1
0
LC1
1
AND1
SEL
MUX
GND
IN_LA1
SEL
OUT
OUT
IN_LB1
OR
0
IN_LB1
LB1_INV
LC1
1
OR
IN_LC1
IN_LC1
1
OUT
AND1
OR1
001
OR1
SEL
XOR1
FF1
IN_LA1
XOR
0
IN_LB1
SEL
XOR
IN_LC1
1
OUT
XOR1
IN_LA1
IN_LB1
SEL
LC1_INV
IN_LC1
FF1_SET
000
010
LY1
011
OUT
100
LY1
0
1
OUT
LY1
SEL
101
110
LY1_INV
111
SEL[2:0]
SET
IN_LA1
D
Q FF1
LOGIC1_SEL[2:0]
IN_LB1
CLR
FF1_CLR
0
IN_LC1
1
SEL
R3_EXTEND_CFG[1:0] = 01
Figure 21. Logic Block 1
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Data Sheet
ADP5589
LA2
(LY1)
LA2
0
OUT
LY1
1
LA2
SEL
OUT
1
SEL
(IN_LY1)
IN_LA2
LA2_INV
IN_LB2
(LY1)
LY1_CASCADE
(IN_LY1)
IN_LA2
0
AND
0
AND
IN_LC2
LB2
LB2
LB2
0
1
OUT
IN_LB2
SEL
LC2
LC2
0
1
OUT
OR
0
OR
IN_LC2
IN_LC2
SEL
LC2_INV
(IN_LY1)
IN_LA2
OUT
AND2
SEL
MUX
GND
IN_LB2
LB2_INV
LC2
(IN_LY1)
IN_LA2
1
1
OUT
AND2
OR2
OR2
SEL
XOR2
FF2
XOR
0
IN_LB2
XOR
IN_LC2
1
OUT
XOR2
IN_LA2
IN_LB2
SEL
IN_LC2
000
001
010
LY2
011
OUT
100
0
LY2
1
OUT
LY2
SEL
101
LY2_INV
110
111
FF2_SET
SEL[2:0]
SET
IN_LA2
D
LOGIC2_SEL
Q FF2
IN_LB2
CLR
FF2_CLR
0
OUT
SEL
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1
IN_LC2
C6_EXTEND_CFG = 1
Figure 22. Logic Block 2
PWM_EN
PWM_MODE
PWM_OFFT_LOW_BYTE[7:0]
OFF TIME[15:0]
PWM_ONT_LOW_BYTE[7:0]
PWM_ONT_HIGH_BYTE[7:0]
ON TIME[15:0]
0
OUT
1
SEL
PWM
GENERATOR
(C6) PWM_IN
(R3)
PWM_OUT
AND
09714-022
PWM_OFFT_HIGH_BYTE[7:0]
PWM_IN_AND
Figure 23. PWM Block Diagram
PWM BLOCK
CLOCK DIVIDER BLOCK
The ADP5589 features a PWM generator whose output can be
configured to drive out on I/O Pin R3. PWM on/off times are
programmed via four 8-bit registers.
The ADP5589 features a clock divider block that divides down
the frequency of an externally supplied source via I/O Pin C6.
The output of the divider is driven out on I/O Pin R3.
The highest frequency obtainable from the PWM is performed
by setting the least significant bit (LSB) of both the on and off
bit patterns, resulting in a 500 kHz signal with a 50% duty cycle.
Each LSB respresents 1 µs of on or off time.
The PWM block provides support for continuous PWM
mode as well as a one-shot mode (see Table 74). Additionally,
an external signal can be AND’ed with the internal PWM signal.
This option can be selected by writing a 1 to PWM_IN_AND,
PWM_CFG[2]. The input to the external AND is the C6 I/O
pin. C6 should be set to GPI (GPIO15). Note that the debounce
for C6 will result in a delay of the AND’ing, and can be
controlled using register GPI_15_DEB_DIS (Address 0x28,
Bit[6]).
CLK_DIV_EN
CLK_DIV[4:0]
(C6) CLK_IN
CLK
DIVIDER
0
1
CLK_OUT (R3)
OUT
SEL
CLK_INV
09714-023
Newly programmed values are not latched until the final byte,
PWM_ONT_HIGH_BYTE (Address 0x41, Bits[7:0]), is written
to (see Figure 23).
Figure 24. Clock Divider Block
RESET BLOCKS
The ADP5589 features two reset blocks that can generate reset
conditions if certain events are detected at the same time. Up to
three reset trigger events can be programmed for RESET1. Up
to two reset trigger events can be programmed for RESET2. The
event scan control blocks monitor whether these events are present
for the duration of RESET_TRIGGER_TIME[2:0] (0x3D[4:2]).
If they are, reset-initiate signals are sent to the reset generator
blocks. The generated reset signal pulse width is programmable.
Newly programmed values are not latched until the final byte,
PWM_ONT_HIGH_BYTE (Address 0x41, Bits[7:0]), is written.
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Data Sheet
INTERRUPTS
RST
RST_PASSTHRU_EN
KEY
SCAN
CONTROL
GPI
SCAN
CONTROL
The INT pin can be asserted low if any of the internal interrupt
sources is active. The user can select which internal interrupts
interact with the external interrupt pin in register INT_EN
(Address 0x4E, Bits[7:0]) (refer to Table 86). allows the user to
choose whether the external interrupt pin remains asserted, or
deasserts for 50 µs, then reasserts, in the case that there are
multiple internal interrupts asserted, and one is cleared (refer
to Table 85).
RESET1_
(R4)
INITIATE RESET RESET1
GEN 1
RESET_PULSE_WIDTH[1:0]
RESET
GEN 2
LOGIC
BLOCK
CONTROL
(C4)
RESET2
EVENT_INT
EVENT_IEN
GPI_INT
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RESET_TRIGGER_TIME[2:0]
RESET1_EVENT_A[7:0]
RESET1_EVENT_B[7:0]
RESET1_EVENT_C[7:0]
RESET2_EVENT_A[7:0]
RESET2_EVENT_B[7:0]
RESET2_
INITIATE
GPI_IEN
LOGIC1_INT
Figure 25. Reset Blocks
LOGIC1_IEN
INT DRIVE
The RESET1 signal uses I/O Pin R4 as its output. A passthrough mode allows the main RST pin to be output on the
R4 pin also.
INT
LOGIC2_INT
LOGIC2_IEN
OVRFLOW_INT
The RESET2 signal uses I/O Pin C4 as its output.
OVRFLOW_IEN
It is not recommended to use the immediate trigger time (see
the details of the RESET_CFG Register, 0x3D, in Table 69)
because this setting may cause false triggering.
Rev. B | Page 18 of 52
LOCK_INT
LOCK_IEN
INT_CFG
Figure 26. Asserting INT Low
09714-025
The reset generation signals are useful in situations where the
system processor has locked up and the system is unresponsive
to input events. The user can press one of the reset event combinations and initiate a system-wide reset. This alleviates the need
for removing the battery from the system and performing a
hard reset.
Data Sheet
ADP5589
REGISTER INTERFACE
Register access of the ADP5589 is acquired via its I2C-compatible
serial interface. The interface can support clock frequencies of
up to 1 MHz. If the user is accessing the FIFO or key event
counter (KEC), FIFO/KEC updates are paused. If the clock
frequency is very low, events may not be recorded in a timely
manner. FIFO or KEC updates can happen up to 23 μs after an
interrupt is asserted because of the number of I2C cycles required
to perform an I2C read or write. This delay should not present
an issue to the user.
R/W bit set to 0 for a write cycle. The ADP5589 acknowledges
the address byte by pulling the data line low. The address of the
register to which data is to be written is sent next. The ADP5589
acknowledges the register pointer byte by pulling the data line
low. The data byte to be written is sent next. The ADP5589
acknowledges the data byte by pulling the data line low. The
pointer address is then incremented to write the next data byte,
until it finishes writing the n data byte. The ADP5589 pulls the
data line low after every byte, and a stop condition completes
the sequence.
Figure 27 shows a typical write sequence for programming an
internal register. The cycle begins with a start condition, followed
by the hard coded 7-bit device address, which for the ADP5589
is 0x34, followed by the R/W bit set to 0 for a write cycle. The
ADP5589 acknowledges the address byte by pulling the data line
low. The address of the register to which data is to be written is
sent next. The ADP5589 acknowledges the register pointer byte
by pulling the data line low. The data byte to be written is sent
next. The ADP5589 acknowledges the data byte by pulling the
data line low. A stop condition completes the sequence.
Figure 29 shows a typical byte read sequence for reading internal
registers. The cycle begins with a start condition followed by the
7-bit device address (0x34), followed by the R/W bit set to 0 for
a write cycle. The ADP5589 acknowledges the address byte by
pulling the data line low. The address of the register from which
data is to be read is sent next. The ADP5589 acknowledges the
register pointer byte by pulling the data line low. A start condition is repeated, followed by the 7-bit device address (0x34),
followed by the R/W bit set to 1 for a read cycle. The ADP5589
acknowledges the address byte by pulling the data line low. The
8-bit data is then read. The host pulls the data line high (no
acknowledge), and a stop condition completes the sequence.
Figure 28 shows a typical multibyte write sequence for programming internal registers. The cycle begins with a start condition
followed by the 7-bit device address (0x34), followed by the
0 = WRITE
7-BIT DEVICE ADDRESS
0
0
STOP
8-BIT REGISTER POINTER
0
8-BIT WRITE DATA
ADP5589 ACK
ADP5589 ACK
ADP5589 ACK
0
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START
Figure 27. I2C Single-Byte Write Sequence
0 = WRITE
7-BIT DEVICE ADDRESS
0
0
STOP
8-BIT REGISTER POINTER
ADP5589 ACK
0
WRITE BYTE 1
ADP5589 ACK
0
WRITE BYTE 2
ADP5589 ACK
0
ADP5589 ACK
0
WRITE BYTE n
ADP5589 ACK
0
ADP5589 ACK
Figure 28. I2C Multibyte Write Sequence
REPEAT START
0 = WRITE
7-BIT DEVICE ADDRESS
0
0
8-BIT REGISTER POINTER
ADP5589 ACK
0
1 = READ
7-BIT DEVICE ADDRESS
ADP5589 ACK
Figure 29. I2C Single-Byte Read Sequence
Rev. B | Page 19 of 52
1
0
ADP5589 ACK
STOP
8-BIT READ DATA
1
NO ACK
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START
09714-028
START
ADP5589
Data Sheet
followed by the R/W bit set to 1 for a read cycle. The ADP5589
acknowledges the address byte by pulling the data line low. The
8-bit data is then read. The address pointer is then incremented
to read the next data byte, and the host continues to pull the data
line low for each byte (master acknowledge) until the n data
byte is read. The host pulls the data line high (no acknowledge)
after the last byte is read, and a stop condition completes the
sequence.
START
0 = WRITE
7-BIT DEVICE ADDRESS
0
0
REPEAT START
8-BIT REGISTER POINTER
ADP5589 ACK
0
1 = READ
7-BIT DEVICE ADDRESS
ADP5589 ACK
1
0
STOP
READ BYTE 1
ADP5589 ACK
Figure 30. I2C Multibyte Read Sequence
Rev. B | Page 20 of 52
0
READ BYTE 2
MASTER ACK
0
MASTER ACK
0
READ BYTE n
MASTER ACK
1
NO ACK
09714-029
Figure 30 shows a typical multibyte read sequence for reading
internal registers. The cycle begins with a start condition, followed
by the 7-bit device address (0x34), followed by the R/W bit set
to 0 for a write cycle. The ADP5589 acknowledges the address
byte by pulling the data line low. The address of the register
from which data is to be read is sent next. The ADP5589 acknowledges the register pointer byte by pulling the data line low. A start
condition is repeated, followed by the 7-bit device address (0x34),
Data Sheet
ADP5589
REGISTER MAP
Table 6.
Addr.
0x00
0x01
R/W
R
R/W
Bit 7
Bit 6
0x02
0x03
0x04
0x05
0x06
0x07
0x08
0x09
0x0A
0x0B
0x0C
0x0D
0x0E
0x0F
0x10
0x11
0x12
0x13
0x14
0x15
0x16
0x17
0x18
0x19
0x1A
0x1B
0x1C
0x1D
0x1E
0x1F
0x20
0x21
0x22
0x23
0x24
0x25
0x26
0x27
0x28
0x29
0x2A
0x2B
0x2C
0x2D
0x2E
0x2F
0x30
0x31
0x32
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
LOGIC2_STAT
Event1_State
Event2_State
Event3_State
Event4_State
Event5_State
Event6_State
Event7_State
Event8_State
Event9_State
Event10_State
Event11_State
Event12_State
Event13_State
Event14_State
Event15_State
Event16_State
Reserved
Bit 5
MAN_ID
LOGIC2_INT
LOGIC1_STAT
LOCK_STAT
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Bit 4
Bit 1
Bit 0
REV_ID
LOGIC1_
LOCK_INT
OVRFLOW_
GPI_INT
EVENT_INT
INT
INT
EC[4:0]
EVENT1_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT2_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT3_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT4_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT5_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT6_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT7_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT8_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT9_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT10_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT11_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT12_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT13_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT14_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT15_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
EVENT16_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
GPI_INT_STAT_A[7:0]
GPI_INT_STAT_B[7:0]
GPI_INT_STAT_C[2:0]
GPI_STATUS_A[7:0]
GPI_STATUS_B[7:0]
GPI_STATUS_C[2:0]
RPULL_CONFIG_A[7:0]
RPULL_CONFIG_B[7:0]
RPULL_CONFIG_C[7:0]
RPULL_CONFIG_D[7:0]
RPULL_CONFIG_E[5:0]
GPI_INT_LEVEL_A[7:0]
GPI_INT_LEVEL_B[7:0]
GPI_INT_LEVEL_C[2:0]
GPI_EVENT_EN_A[7:0]
GPI_EVENT_EN_B[7:0]
GPI_EVENT_EN_C[2:0]
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_A[7:0]
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_B[7:0]
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_C[2:0]
DEBOUNCE_DIS_A[7:0]
DEBOUNCE_DIS_B[7:0]
DEBOUNCE_DIS_C[2:0]
GPO_DATA_OUT_A[7:0]
GPO_DATA_OUT_B[7:0]
GPO_DATA_OUT_C[2:0]
GPO_OUT_MODE_A[7:0]
GPO_OUT_MODE_B[7:0]
GPO_OUT_MODE_C[2:0]
GPIO_DIRECTION_A[7:0]
GPIO_DIRECTION_B[7:0]
GPIO_DIRECTION_C[2:0]
Rev. B | Page 21 of 52
Bit 3
Bit 2
ADP5589
Data Sheet
Addr.
0x33
R/W
R/W
Bit 7
UNLOCK1_
STATE
UNLOCK2_
STATE
EXT_LOCK_
STATE
Bit 6
0x34
R/W
0x35
R/W
0x36
0x37
0x38
R/W
R/W
R/W
0x39
R/W
0x3A
R/W
0x3B
R/W
0x3C
R/W
0x3D
R/W
0x3E
0x3F
0x40
0x41
0x42
0x43
0x44
0x45
0x46
0x47
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
0x48
0x49
0x4A
0x4B
0x4C
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
PULL_SELECT
0x4D
R/W
OSC_EN
0x4E
R/W
Bit 5
Bit 4
Bit 3
UNLOCK1[6:0]
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
UNLOCK2[6:0]
EXT_LOCK_EVENT[6:0]
INT_MASK_TIMER[4:0]
UNLOCK_TIMER[2:0]
Reserved
RESET1_
EVENT_A Level
RESET2_
EVENT_B Level
RESET1_
EVENT_B Level
RESET1_
EVENT_B Level
RESET1_
EVENT_B Level
RESET2_POL
LOCK_EN
RESET1_EVENT_A[6:0]
RESET1_EVENT_B[6:0]
RESET1_EVENT_C[6:0]
RESET2_EVENT_A[6:0]
RESET2_EVENT_B[6:0]
RESET1_POL
RST_
PASSTHRU_EN
RESET_TRIGGER_TIME[2:0]
RESET_PULSE_WIDTH[1:0]
PWM_OFFT_LOW_BYTE[7:0]
PWM_OFFT_HIGH_BYTE[7:0]
PWM_ONT_LOW_BYTE[7:0]
PWM_ONT_HIGH_BYTE[7:0]
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
LY1_CASCADE
CLK_INV
LY1_INV
LY2_INV
Reserved
PWM_IN_AND
LC1_INV
LC2_INV
Reserved
LY2_DBNC_DIS
LB1_INV
LB2_INV
LOGIC2_
EVENT_EN
CLK_DIV[4:0]
LA1_INV
LA2_INV
FF2_SET
LOGIC2_INT_
LEVEL
FF2_CLR
LY1_DBNC_
DIS
Reserved
PWM_MODE
PWM_EN
CLK_DIV_EN
LOGIC1_SEL[2:0]
LOGIC2_SEL[2:0]
FF1_SET
FF1_CLR
LOGIC1_
LOGIC1_INT_
EVENT_EN
LEVEL
KEY_POLL_TIME[1:0]
PIN_CONFIG_A[7:0]
PIN_CONFIG_B[7:0]
Reserved
C4_EXTEND_
R4_EXTEND_
CFG
CFG
CORE_FREQ[1:0]
Reserved
LOGIC2_IEN
C6_
EXTEND_CFG
LCK_TRK_
LOGIC
LOGIC1_
IEN
Rev. B | Page 22 of 52
R3_EXTEND_CFG[1:0]
LCK_TRK_GPI
LOCK_IEN
OVRFLOW_
IEN
PIN_CONFIG_C[2:0]
C9_EXTEND_
R0_EXTEND_
CFG
CFG
INT_CFG
RST_CFG
GPI_IEN
EVENT_IEN
Data Sheet
ADP5589
DETAILED REGISTER DESCRIPTIONS
Note: N/A throughout this section means not applicable.
Note: All registers default to 0000 0000 unless otherwise specified.
ID Register 0x00
Table 7. ID Bit Descriptions
Bits
Name
[7: 4]
MAN_ID
[3:0]
REV_ID
Default = 0001 XXXX
R/W
R
R
Description
Manufacturer ID, default = 0001.
Rev ID.
INT_STATUS Register 0x01
Table 8. INT_STATUS Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 6]
5
Name
N/A
LOGIC2_INT
R/W
R/W
4
LOGIC1_INT
R/W
3
LOCK_INT
R/W
2
OVRFLOW_INT
R/W
1
GPI_INT
R/W
0
EVENT_INT
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to a general Logic 2 condition.
Write a 1 to this bit to clear it.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to a general Logic 1 condition.
Write a 1 to this bit to clear it.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to a lock/unlock condition.
The user can read LOCK_STAT (0x02[5]) to determine if LOCK_INT is due to a lock or unlock event.
If LOCK_STAT = 1, LOCK_INT is due to a lock event.
If LOCK_STAT = 0, LOCK_INT is due to an unlock event.
Write a 1 to this bit to clear it.
If lock mode is enabled via the software bit LOCK_EN (0x37[0]), a LOCK_INT is not generated
because the processor knows it just enabled lock mode.
If lock mode is disabled (while locked) via the software bit LOCK_EN, a LOCK_INT is not generated
because the processor knows it just disabled lock mode.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to an overflow condition.
Write a 1 to this bit to clear it.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to a general GPI condition.
This bit is not set by a GPI that has been configured to update the FIFO and event count.
Write a 1 to this bit to clear it.
This bit cannot be cleared until all GPI_x_INT bits are cleared.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to key event (press/release), GPI event (GPI programmed for FIFO updates), or
Logic 1/Logic 2 event (programmed for FIFO updates).Write a 1 to this bit to clear it.
Status Register 0x02
Table 9. Status Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
LOGIC2_STAT
R/W
R
6
LOGIC1_STAT
R
5
LOCK_STAT
R
[4:0]
EC[4:0]
R
Description
0 = output from Logic Block 2. (LY2) is low.
1 = output from Logic Block 2. (LY2) is high.
0 = output from Logic Block 1 (LY1) is low.
1 = output from Logic Block 1 (LY1) is high.
0 = unlocked.
1 = locked.
Event count value. Indicates how many events are currently stored on the FIFO.
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ADP5589
Data Sheet
FIFO_1 Register 0x03
Table 10. FIFO_1 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
Event1_State
R/W
R
[6:0]
EVENT1_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
Description
The seven lower bits of each FIFO location contain the event identifier, which can be
decoded to reveal the event recorded.
Table 11 outlines each event number, what it represents, and the I/O pins associated with it.
Bit 7 is the Event 1 state.
This bit represents the state of the event that is recorded in EVENT1_IDENTIFIER[6:0].
For key events (Event 1 to Event 96).
1 = key is pressed.
0 = key is released.
For GPI and logic events (Event 97 to Event 117).
1 = GPI/logic is active.
0 = GPI/logic is inactive.
Active and inactive states are programmable.
Table 11. Event Decoding
Event No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Meaning
No event
Key 1 (R0, C0)
Key 2 (R0, C1)
Key 3 (R0, C2)
Key 4 (R0, C3)
Key 5 (R0, C4)
Key 6 (R0, C5)
Key 7 (R0, C6)
Key 8 (R0, C7)
Key 9 (R0, C8)
Key 10 (R0, C9)
Key 11 (R0, C10)
Key 12 (R1, C0)
Key 13 (R1, C1)
Key 14 (R1, C2)
Key 15 (R1, C3)
Key 16 (R1, C4)
Key 17 (R1, C5)
Key 18 (R1, C6)
Key 19 (R1, C7)
Key 20 (R1, C8)
Key 21 (R1, C9)
Key 22 (R1, C10)
Key 23 (R2, C0)
Key 24 (R2, C1)
Key 25 (R2, C2)
Key 26 (R2, C3)
Key 27 (R2, C4)
Key 28 (R2, C5)
Key 29 (R2, C6)
Key 30 (R2, C7)
Key 31 (R2, C8)
Event No.
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Meaning
Key 32 (R2, C9)
Key 33 (R2, C10)
Key 34 (R3, C0)
Key 35 (R3, C1)
Key 36 (R3, C2)
Key 37 (R3, C3)
Key 38 (R3, C4)
Key 39 (R3, C5)
Key 40 (R3, C6)
Key 41 (R3, C7)
Key 42 (R3, C8)
Key 43 (R3, C9)
Key 44 (R3, C10)
Key 45 (R4, C0)
Key 46 (R4, C1)
Key 47 (R4, C2)
Key 48 (R4, C3)
Key 49 (R4, C4)
Key 50 (R4, C5)
Key 51 (R4, C6)
Key 52 (R4, C7)
Key 53 (R4, C8)
Key 54 (R4, C9)
Key 55 (R4, C10)
Key 56 (R5, C0)
Key 57 (R5, C1)
Key 58 (R5, C2)
Key 59 (R5, C3)
Key 60 (R5, C4)
Key 61 (R5, C5)
Key 62 (R5, C6)
Key 63 (R5, C7)
Event No.
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
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Meaning
Key 64 (R5, C8)
Key 65 (R5, C9)
Key 66 (R5, C10)
Key 67 (R6, C0)
Key 68 (R6, C1)
Key 69 (R6, C2)
Key 70 (R6, C3)
Key 71 (R6, C4)
Key 72 (R6, C5)
Key 73 (R6, C6)
Key 74 (R6, C7)
Key 75 (R6, C8)
Key 76 (R6, C9)
Key 77 (R6, C10)
Key 78 (R7, C0)
Key 79 (R7, C1)
Key 80 (R7, C2)
Key 81 (R7, C3)
Key 82 (R7, C4)
Key 83 (R7, C5)
Key 84 (R7, C6)
Key 85 (R7, C7)
Key 86 (R7, C8)
Key 87 (R7, C9)
Key 88 (R7, C10)
Key 89 (R0, GND)
Key 90 (R1, GND)
Key 91 (R2, GND)
Key 92 (R3, GND)
Key 93 (R4, GND)
Key 94 (R5, GND)
Key 95 (R6, GND)
Event No.
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
Meaning
Key 96 (R7, GND)
GPI 1 (R0)
GPI 2 (R1)
GPI 3 (R2)
GPI 4 (R3)
GPI 5 (R4)
GPI 6 (R5)
GPI 7 (R6)
GPI 8 (R7)
GPI 9 (C0)
GPI 10 (C1)
GPI 11 (C2)
GPI 12 (C3)
GPI 13 (C4)
GPI 14 (C5)
GPI 15 (C6)
GPI 16 (C7)
GPI 17 (C8)
GPI 18 (C9)
GPI 19 (C10)
Logic 1
Logic 2
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Unused
Wildcard for unlock
Data Sheet
ADP5589
FIFO_2 Register 0x04
Table 12. FIFO_2 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event2_State
EVENT2_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
FIFO_3 Register 0x05
Table 13. FIFO_3 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6: 0]
Name
Event3_State
EVENT3_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
FIFO_4 Register 0x06
Table 14. FIFO_4 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event4_State
EVENT4_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_5 Register 0x07
Table 15. FIFO_5 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event5_State
EVENT5_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_6 Register 0x08
Table 16. FIFO_6 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event6_State
EVENT6_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_7 Register 0x09
Table 17. FIFO_7 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event7_State
EVENT7_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_8 Register 0x0A
Table 18. FIFO_8 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event8_State
EVENT8_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_9 Register 0x0B
Table 19. FIFO_9 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event9_State
EVENT9_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
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ADP5589
Data Sheet
FIFO_10 Register 0x0C
Table 20. FIFO_10 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event10_State
EVENT10_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
R/W
R
R
Description
Refer to Table 10.
Refer to Table 10.
FIFO_11 Register 0x0D
Table 21. FIFO_11 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event11_State
EVENT11_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_12 Register 0x0E
Table 22. FIFO_12 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event12_State
EVENT12_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_13 Register 0x0F
Table 23. FIFO_13 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
Event13_State
EVENT13_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_14 Register 0x10
Table 24. FIFO_14 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6: 0]
Name
Event14_State
EVENT14_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_15 Register 0x11
Table 25. FIFO_15 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6: 0]
Name
Event15_State
EVENT15_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
FIFO_16 Register 0x12
Table 26. FIFO_16 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6: 0]
Name
Event16_State
EVENT16_IDENTIFIER[6:0]
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GPI_INT_STAT_A Register 0x13
Table 27. GPI_INT_STAT_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_8_INT
R/W
R
6
GPI_7_INT
R
5
GPI_6_INT
R
4
GPI_5_INT
R
3
GPI_4_INT
R
2
GPI_3_INT
R
1
GPI_2_INT
R
0
GPI_1_INT
R
Description
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_8 (R7 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_7 (R6 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_6 (R5 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_5 (R4 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_4 (R3 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_3 (R2 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_2 (R1 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_1 (R0 pin). Cleared on read.
GPI_INT_STAT_B Register 0x14
Table 28. GPI_INT_STAT_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_16_INT
R/W
R
6
GPI_15_INT
R
5
GPI_14_INT
R
4
GPI_13_INT
R
3
GPI_12_INT
R
2
GPI_11_INT
R
1
GPI_10_INT
R
0
GPI_9_INT
R
Description
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_16 (C7 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_15 (C6 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_14 (C5 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_13 (C4 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_12 (C3 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_11 (C2 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_10 (C1 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_9 (C0 pin). Cleared on read.
GPI_INT_STAT_C Register 0x15
Table 29. GPI_INT_STAT_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
2
Name
R/W
GPI_19_INT
R
1
GPI_18_INT
R
0
GPI_17_INT
R
Description
Reserved.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_19 (C10 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_18 (C9 pin). Cleared on read.
0 = no interrupt.
1 = interrupt due to GPI_17 (C8 pin). Cleared on read.
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GPI_STATUS_A Register 0x16
Table 30. GPI_STATUS_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_8_STAT
R/W
R
6
GPI_7_STAT
R
5
GPI_6_STAT
R
4
GPI_5_STAT
R
3
GPI_4_STAT
R
2
GPI_3_STAT
R
1
GPI_2_STAT
R
0
GPI_1_STAT
R
Description
0 = GPI_8 (R7 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_8 (R7 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_7 (R6 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_7 (R6 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_6 (R5 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_6 (R5 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_5 (R4 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_5 (R4 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_4 (R3 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_4 (R3 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_3 (R2 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_3 (R2 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_2 (R1 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_2 (R1 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_1 (R0 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_1 (R0 pin) is high.
GPI_STATUS_B Register 0x17
Table 31. GPI_STATUS_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_16_STAT
R/W
R
6
GPI_15_STAT
R
5
GPI_14_STAT
R
4
GPI_13_STAT
R
3
GPI_12_STAT
R
2
GPI_11_STAT
R
1
GPI_10_STAT
R
0
GPI_9_STAT
R
Description
0 = GPI_16 (C7 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_16 (C7 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_15 (C6 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_15 (C6 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_14 (C5 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_14 (C5 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_13 (C4 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_13 (C4 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_12 (C3 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_12 (C3 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_11 (C2 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_11 (C2 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_10 (C1 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_10 (C1 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_9 (C0 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_9 (C0 pin) is high.
GPI_STATUS_C Register 0x18
Table 32. GPI_STATUS_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
2
Name
R/W
GPI_19_STAT
R
1
GPI_18_STAT
R
0
GPI_17_STAT
R
Description
Reserved.
0 = GPI_19 (C10 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_19 (C10 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_18 (C9 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_18 (C9 pin) is high.
0 = GPI_17 (C8 pin) is low.
1 = GPI_17 (C8 pin) is high.
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RPULL_CONFIG_A Register 0x19
Table 33. RPULL_CONFIG_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7:6]
Name
R3_PULL_CFG
R/W
R/W
Description
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[5:4]
R2_PULL_CFG
R/W 00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[3:2]
R1_PULL_CFG
R/W 00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[1: 0]
R0_PULL_CFG
R/W 00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
ADP5589AC_Z-00-R7, ADP5589AC_Z-01-R7 Default = 0000 0000
ADP5589AC_Z-02-R7 Default = 0100 0001
RPULL_CONFIG_B Register 0x1A
Table 34. RPULL_CONFIG_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7 :6]
Name
R7_PULL_CFG
R/W
R/W
Description
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[5: 4]
R6_PULL_CFG
R/W 00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[3: 2]
R5_PULL_CFG
R/W 00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[1: 0]
R4_PULL_CFG
R/W 00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
ADP5589AC_Z-00-R7, ADP5589AC_Z-01-R7 Default = 0000 0000
ADP5589AC_Z-02-R7 Default = 0000 0001
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RPULL_CONFIG_C Register 0x1B
Table 35. RPULL_CONFIG_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7 :6]
Name
C3_PULL_CFG
R/W
R/W
[5: 4]
C2_PULL_CFG
R/W
[3: 2]
C1_PULL_CFG
R/W
[1: 0]
C0_PULL_CFG
R/W
Description
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
RPULL_CONFIG_D Register 0x1C
Table 36. RPULL_CONFIG_D Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 6]
Name
C7_PULL_CFG
R/W
R/W
Description
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[5:4]
C6_PULL_CFG
R/W
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[3: 2]
C5_PULL_CFG
R/W
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[1: 0]
C4_PULL_CFG
R/W
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
ADP5589AC_Z-00-R7, ADP5589AC_Z-01-R7 Default = 0000 0000
ADP5589AC_Z-02-R7 Default = 0001 0001
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RPULL_CONFIG_E Register 0x1D
Table 37. RPULL_CONFIG_E Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 6]
[5:4]
Name
R/W
Description
Reserved.
C10_PULL_CFG
R/W
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[3: 2]
C9_PULL_CFG
R/W
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
[1: 0]
C8_PULL_CFG
R/W
00 = enable 300 kΩ pull-up.
01 = enable 300 kΩ pull-down.
10 = enable 100 kΩ pull-up.
11 = disable all pull-up/pull-down resistors.
ADP5589AC_Z-00-R7, ADP5589AC_Z-01-R7 Default = 0000 0000
ADP5589AC_Z-02-R7 Default = 0000 0100
GPI_INT_LEVEL_A Register 0x1E
Table 38. GPI_INT_LEVEL_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_8_INT_LEVEL
R/W
R/W
6
GPI_7_INT_LEVEL
R/W
5
GPI_6_INT_LEVEL
R/W
4
GPI_5_INT_LEVEL
R/W
3
GPI_4_INT_LEVEL
R/W
2
GPI_3_INT_LEVEL
R/W
1
GPI_2_INT_LEVEL
R/W
0
GPI_1_INT_LEVEL
R/W
Description
0 = GPI_8 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_8 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_7 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_7 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_6 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_6 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_5 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_5 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_4 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_4 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_3 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_3 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_2 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_2 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_1 interrupt is active low (GPI_1_INT is set whenever R0 is low).
1 = GPI_1 interrupt is active high (GPI_1_INT is set whenever R0 is high).
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GPI_INT_LEVEL_B Register 0x1F
Table 39. GPI_INT_LEVEL_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_16_INT_LEVEL
R/W
R/W
6
GPI_15_INT_LEVEL
R/W
5
GPI_14_INT_LEVEL
R/W
4
GPI_13_INT_LEVEL
R/W
3
GPI_12_INT_LEVEL
R/W
2
GPI_11_INT_LEVEL
R/W
1
GPI_10_INT_LEVEL
R/W
0
GPI_9_INT_LEVEL
R/W
Description
0 = GPI_16 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_16 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_15 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_15 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_14 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_14 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_13 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_13 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_12 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_12 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_11 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_11 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_10 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_10 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_9 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_9 interrupt is active high.
GPI_INT_LEVEL_C Register 0x20
Table 40. GPI_INT_LEVEL_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
2
Name
R/W
GPI_19_INT_LEVEL
R/W
1
GPI_18_INT_LEVEL
R/W
0
GPI_17_INT_LEVEL
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = GPI_19 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_19 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_18 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_18 interrupt is active high.
0 = GPI_17 interrupt is active low.
1 = GPI_17 interrupt is active high.
GPI_EVENT_EN_A Register 0x21
Table 41. GPI_EVENT_EN_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_8_EVENT_EN
R/W
R/W
6
GPI_7_EVENT_EN
R/W
5
GPI_6_EVENT_EN
R/W
4
GPI_5_EVENT_EN
R/W
3
GPI_4_EVENT_EN
R/W
2
GPI_3_EVENT_EN
R/W
1
GPI_2_EVENT_EN
R/W
0
GPI_1_EVENT_EN
R/W
Description
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 8 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 7 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 6 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 5 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 4 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 3 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 =disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 2 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 1 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
GPIs in this mode are considered FIFO events and can be used for unlock purposes.
GPI activity in this mode causes EVENT_INT interrupts.
GPIs in this mode do not generate GPI_INT interrupts.
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GPI_EVENT_EN_B Register 0x22
Table 42. GPI_EVENT_EN_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_16_EVENT_EN
R/W
R/W
6
GPI_15_EVENT_EN
R/W
5
GPI_14_EVENT_EN
R/W
4
GPI_13_EVENT_EN
R/W
3
GPI_12_EVENT_EN
R/W
2
GPI_11_EVENT_EN
R/W
1
GPI_10_EVENT_EN
R/W
0
GPI_9_EVENT_EN
R/W
Description
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 16 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 15 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 14 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 13 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 12 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 11 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 10 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 9 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
GPI_EVENT_EN_C Register 0x23
Table 43. GPI_EVENT_EN_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
2
Name
R/W
GPI_19_EVENT_EN
R/W
1
GPI_18_EVENT_EN
R/W
0
GPI_17_EVENT_EN
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 19 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 18 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
0 = disable GPI events.
1 = allow GPI 17 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_A Register 0x24
Table 44. GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_8_INT_EN
R/W
R/W
6
GPI_7_INT_EN
R/W
5
GPI_6_INT_EN
R/W
4
GPI_5_INT_EN
R/W
3
GPI_4_INT_EN
R/W
2
GPI_3_INT_EN
R/W
1
GPI_2_INT_EN
R/W
Description
0 = GPI_8_INT is disable.
1 = GPI_8_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_8_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_7_INT is disable.
1 = GPI_7_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_7_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_6_INT is disable.
1 = GPI_6_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_6_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_5_INT is disable.
1 = GPI_5_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_5_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_4_INT is disable.
1 = GPI_4_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_4_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_3_INT is disable.
1 = GPI_3_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_3_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_2_INT is disable.
1 = GPI_2_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_2_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
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GPI_1_INT_EN
Data Sheet
R/W
0 = GPI_1_INT is disable.
1 = GPI_1_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_2_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_B Register 0x25
Table 45. GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_16_INT_EN
R/W
R/W
6
GPI_15_INT_EN
R/W
5
GPI_14_INT_EN
R/W
4
GPI_13_INT_EN
R/W
3
GPI_12_INT_EN
R/W
2
GPI_11_INT_EN
R/W
1
GPI_10_INT_EN
R/W
0
GPI_9_INT_EN
R/W
Description
0 = GPI_16_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_16_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_16_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_15_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_15_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_15_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_14_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_14_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_14_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_13_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_13_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_13_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_12_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_12_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_12_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_11_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_11_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_11_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_10_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_10_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_10_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_9_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_9_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_9_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_C Register 0x26
Table 46. GPI_INTERRUPT_EN_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
2
Name
R/W
GPI_19_INT_EN
R/W
1
GPI_18_INT_EN
R/W
0
GPI_17_INT_EN
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = GPI_19_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_19_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_19_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_18_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_18_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_18_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
0 = GPI_17_INT is disabled.
1 = GPI_17_INT enable. Assert the GPI_INT bit (Register 0x01, Bit 1) if GPI_17_INT is set and the GPI
interrupt condition is met.
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ADP5589
DEBOUNCE_DIS_A Register 0x27
Table 47. DEBOUNCE_DIS_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_8_DEB_DIS
R/W
R/W
6
GPI_7_DEB_DIS
R/W
5
GPI_6_DEB_DIS
R/W
4
GPI_5_DEB_DIS
R/W
3
GPI_4_DEB_DIS
R/W
2
GPI_3_DEB_DIS
R/W
1
GPI_2_DEB_DIS
R/W
0
GPI_1_DEB_DIS
R/W
Description
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 8.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 8.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 7.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 7.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 6.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 6.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 5.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 5.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 4.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 4.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 3.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 3.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 2.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 2.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 1.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 1.
DEBOUNCE_DIS_B Register 0x28
Table 48. DEBOUNCE_DIS_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPI_16_DEB_DIS
R/W
R/W
6
GPI_15_DEB_DIS
R/W
5
GPI_14_DEB_DIS
R/W
4
GPI_13_DEB_DIS
R/W
3
GPI_12_DEB_DIS
R/W
2
GPI_11_DEB_DIS
R/W
1
GPI_10_DEB_DIS
R/W
0
GPI_9_DEB_DIS
R/W
Description
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 16.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 16.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 15.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 15.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 14.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 14.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 13.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 13.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 12.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 12.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 11.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 11.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 10.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 10.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 9.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 9.
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DEBOUNCE_DIS_C Register 0x29
Table 49. DEBOUNCE_DIS_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7:3]
2
Name
R/W
GPI_19_DEB_DIS
R/W
1
GPI_18_DEB_DIS
R/W
0
GPI_17_DEB_DIS
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 19.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 19.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 18.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 18.
0 = debounce enabled on GPI 17.
1 = debounce disabled on GPI 17.
GPO_DATA_OUT_A Register 0x2A
Table 50. GPO_DATA_OUT_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPO_8_DATA
R/W
R/W
6
GPO_7_DATA
R/W
5
GPO_6_DATA
R/W
4
GPO_5_DATA
R/W
3
GPO_4_DATA
R/W
2
GPO_3_DATA
R/W
1
GPO_2_DATA
R/W
0
GPO_1_DATA
R/W
Description
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
GPO_DATA_OUT_B Register 0x2B
Table 51. GPO_DATA_OUT_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPO_16_DATA
R/W
R/W
6
GPO_15_DATA
R/W
5
GPO_14_DATA
R/W
4
GPO_13_DATA
R/W
3
GPO_12_DATA
R/W
2
GPO_11_DATA
R/W
1
GPO_10_DATA
R/W
0
GPO_9_DATA
R/W
Description
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
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GPO_DATA_OUT_C Register 0x2C
Table 52. GPO_DATA_OUT_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
2
Name
R/W
GPO_19_DATA
R/W
1
GPO_18_DATA
R/W
0
GPO_17_DATA
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
0 = low.
1 = high.
GPO_OUT_MODE_A Register 0x2D
Table 53. GPO_OUT_MODE_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPO_8_OUT_MODE
R/W
R/W
6
GPO_7_OUT_MODE
R/W
5
GPO_6_OUT_MODE
R/W
4
GPO_5_OUT_MODE
R/W
3
GPO_4_OUT_MODE
R/W
2
GPO_3_OUT_MODE
R/W
1
GPO_2_OUT_MODE
R/W
0
GPO_1_OUT_MODE
R/W
Description
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
GPO_OUT_MODE_B Register 0x2E
Table 54. GPO_OUT_MODE_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPO_16_OUT_MODE
R/W
R/W
6
GPO_15_OUT_MODE
R/W
5
GPO_14_OUT_MODE
R/W
4
GPO_13_OUT_MODE
R/W
3
GPO_12_OUT_MODE
R/W
2
GPO_11_OUT_MODE
R/W
1
GPO_10_OUT_MODE
R/W
0
GPO_9_OUT_MODE
R/W
Description
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
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GPO_OUT_MODE_C Register 0x2F
Table 55. GPO_OUT_MODE_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
2
Name
R/W
GPO_19_DIR
R/W
1
GPO_18_DIR
R/W
0
GPO_17_DIR
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
0 = push/pull.
1 = open drain.
GPIO_DIRECTION_A Register 0x30
Table 56. GPIO_DIRECTION_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPIO_8_DIR
R/W
R/W
6
GPIO_7_DIR
R/W
5
GPIO_6_DIR
R/W
4
GPIO_5_DIR
R/W
3
GPIO_4_DIR
R/W
2
GPIO_3_DIR
R/W
1
GPIO_2_DIR
R/W
0
GPIO_1_DIR
R/W
Description
0 = GPIO 8 is an input.
1 = GPIO 8 is an output.
0 = GPIO 7 is an input.
1 = GPIO 7 is an output.
0 = GPIO 6 is an input.
1 = GPIO 6 is an output.
0 = GPIO 5 is an input.
1 = GPIO 5 is an output.
0 = GPIO 4 is an input.
1 = GPIO 4 is an output.
0 = GPIO 3 is an input.
1 = GPIO 3 is an output.
0 = GPIO 2 is an input.
1 = GPIO 2 is an output.
0 = GPIO 1 is an input.
1 = GPIO 1 is an output.
GPIO_DIRECTION_B Register 0x31
Table 57. GPIO_DIRECTION_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
GPIO_16_DIR
R/W
R/W
6
GPIO_15_DIR
R/W
5
GPIO_14_DIR
R/W
4
GPIO_13_DIR
R/W
3
GPIO_12_DIR
R/W
2
GPIO_11_DIR
R/W
1
GPIO_10_DIR
R/W
0
GPIO_9_DIR
R/W
Description
0 = GPIO 16 is an input.
1 = GPIO 16 is an output.
0 = GPIO 15 is an input.
1 = GPIO 15 is an output.
0 = GPIO 14 is an input.
1 = GPIO 14 is an output.
0 = GPIO 13 is an input.
1 = GPIO 13 is an output.
0 = GPIO 12 is an input.
1 = GPIO 12 is an output.
0 = GPIO 11 is an input.
1 = GPIO 11 is an output.
0 = GPIO 10 is an input.
1 = GPIO 10 is an output.
0 = GPIO 9 is an input.
1 = GPIO 9 is an output.
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GPIO_DIRECTION_C Register 0x32
Table 58. GPIO_DIRECTION_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7:3]
2
Name
R/W
GPIO_19_DIR
R/W
1
GPIO_18_DIR
R/W
0
GPIO_17_DIR
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = GPIO 19 is an input.
1 = GPIO 19 is an output.
0 = GPIO 18 is an input.
1 = GPIO 18 is an output.
0 = GPIO 17 is an input.
1 = GPIO 17 is an output.
UNLOCK1 Register 0x33
Table 59. UNLOCK1 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
UNLOCK1_STATE
R/W
R/W
[6:0]
UNLOCK1[6:0]
R/W
Description
Defines which state the first unlock event should be
For key events:
0 = not applicable; releases not used for unlock.
1 = press is used as unlock event.
For GPIs and logic outputs configured for FIFO updates:
0 = inactive event used as reset condition.
1 = active event used as reset condition.
Defines the first event that must be detected to unlock the keypad after LOCK_EN has been set.
UNLOCK2 Register 0x34
Table 60. UNLOCK2 Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
UNLOCK2_STATE
R/W
R/W
[6:0]
UNLOCK2[6:0]
R/W
Description
Defines which state the second unlock event should be.
For key events:
0 = not applicable; releases not used for unlock.
1 = press is used as unlock event.
For GPIs and logic outputs configured for FIFO updates:
0 = inactive event used as reset condition.
1 = active event used as reset condition.
Defines the second event that must be detected to unlock the keypad after LOCK_EN has been set.
EXT_LOCK_EVENT Register 0x35
Table 61. EXT_LOCK_EVENT Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
EXT_LOCK_STATE
R/W
R/W
[6:0]
EXT_LOCK_EVENT[6:0]
R/W
Description
Defines which state the lock event should be.
For key events:
0 = not applicable; releases not used for unlock.
1 = press is used as unlock event.
For GPIs and logic outputs configured for FIFO updates:
0 = inactive event used as reset condition.
1 = active event used as reset condition.
Defines an event that can lock the keypad.
When this event is detected, LOCK_INT is set.
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UNLOCK_TIMERS Register 0x36
Table 62. UNLOCK_TIMERS Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
Name
INT_MASK_TIMER[4:0]
R/W
R/W
[2: 0]
UNLOCK_TIMER[2:0]
R/W
Description
If the keypad is locked and this timer is set, any key event (or GPI/logic event
programmed to FIFO update) is allowed to generate an EVENT_INT interrupt. This timer
then begins counting, and no further events generate an interrupt until this timer has
expired (or both unlock events have occurred).
00000 = disabled.
00001 = 1 sec.
00010 = 2 sec.
11110 = 30 sec.
11111 = 31 sec.
Defines the time in which the second unlock event must occur after the first unlock
event has occurred. If the second unlock event does not occur within this time (or any
other event occurs), the keypad goes back to full lock mode.
000 = disabled.
001 = 1 sec.
010 = 2 sec.
011 = 3 sec.
100 = 4 sec.
101 = 5 sec.
110 = 6 sec.
111 = 7 sec.
LOCK_CFG Register 0x37
Table 63. LOCK_CFG Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7:1]
0
Name
R/W
LOCK_EN
R/W
Description
Reserved.
Enable the lock function.
RESET1_EVENT_A Register 0x38
Table 64. RESET1_EVENT_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
RESET1_EVENT_A Level
R/W
R/W
[6:0]
RESET1_EVENT_A[6:0]
R/W
Description
Defines which level the first reset event should be.
For key events:
0 = not applicable; releases not used for reset generation.
1 = press is used as reset event.
For GPIs and logic outputs configured for FIFO updates:
0 = inactive event used as reset condition.
1 = active event used as reset condition.
Defines an event that can be used to generate the RESET1 signal.
Up to three events can be defined for generating the RESET1 signal, using
RESET1_EVENT_A[6:0], RESET1_EVENT_B[6:0], and RESET1_EVENT_C[6:0].
If one of the registers is 0, that register is not used for reset generation.
All reset events must be detected at the same time to trigger the reset.
RESET1_EVENT_B Register 0x39
Table 65. RESET1_EVENT_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6: 0]
Name
RESET1_EVENT_B Level
RESET1_EVENT_B[6:0]
R/W
R/W
R/W
Description
Defines which level the second reset event should be.
Defines an event that can be used to generate the RESET1 signal.
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RESET1_EVENT_C Register 0x3A
Table 66. RESET1_EVENT_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6: 0]
Name
RESET1_EVENT_B Level
RESET1_EVENT_C[6:0]
R/W
R/W
R/W
Description
Defines which level the third reset event should be.
Defines an event that can be used to generate the RESET1 signal.
RESET2_EVENT_A Register 0x3B
Table 67. RESET2_EVENT_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
RESET1_EVENT_B Level
R/W
R/W
[6:0]
RESET2_EVENT_A[6:0]
R/W
Description
Defines which level the first reset event should be.
For key events:
0 = not applicable; releases not used for reset generation.
1 = press is used as reset event.
For GPIs and logic outputs configured for FIFO updates:
0 = inactive event used as reset condition.
1 = active event used as reset condition.
Defines an event that can be used to generate the RESET2 signal.
Up to two events can be defined for generating the RESET2 signal, using
RESET2_EVENT_A[6:0] and RESET2_EVENT_B[6:0].
If one of the registers is 0, that register is not used for reset generation. All reset events
must be detected at the same time to trigger the reset.
RESET2_EVENT_B Register 0x3C
Table 68. RESET2_EVENT_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
[6:0]
Name
RESET1_EVENT_B Level
RESET2_EVENT_B[6:0]
R/W
R/W
R/W
Description
Defines which level the second reset event should be.
Defines an event that can be used to generate the RESET2 signal.
Description
Sets the polarity of RESET2.
0 = RESET2 is active low.
1 = RESET2 is active high.
Sets the polarity of RESET1.
0 = RESET1 is active low.
1 = RESET1 is active high.
Allows the RST pin to override (OR with) the RESET1signal.
Function not applicable to RESET2.
Defines the length of time that the reset events must be active before a reset signal is
generated.
All events must be active at the same time for the same duration. Parameter common
to both RESET1 and RESET2.
000 = immediate.
001 = 1.0 sec.
010 = 1.5 sec.
011 = 2.0 sec.
100 = 2.5 sec.
101 = 3.0 sec.
110 = 3.5 sec.
111 = 4.0 sec.
RESET_CFG Register 0x3D
Table 69. RESET_CFG Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
RESET2_POL
R/W
R/W
6
RESET1_POL
R/W
5
RST_PASSTHRU_EN
R/W
[4:2]
RESET_TRIGGER_TIME[2:0]
R/W
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Bits
[1:0]
Data Sheet
Name
RESET_PULSE_WIDTH[1:0]
R/W
R/W
Description
Defines the pulse width of the reset signals.
Parameter common to both RESET1 and RESET2.
00 = 500 µs.
01 = 1 ms.
10 = 2 ms.
11 = 10 ms.
ADP5589AC_Z-00-R7, ADP5589AC_Z-02-R7 Default = 0000 0000
ADP5589AC_Z-01-R7 Default = 0010 0000
PWM_OFFT_LOW Register 0x3E
Table 70. PWM_OFFT_LOW Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 0]
Name
PWM_OFFT_LOW_BYTE[7:0]
R/W
R/W
Description
Lower eight bits of PWM off time.
PWM_OFFT_HIGH Register 0x3F
Table 71. PWM_OFFT_HIGH Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 0]
Name
PWM_OFFT_HIGH_BYTE[7:0]
R/W
R/W
Description
Upper eight bits of PWM off time.
PWM_ONT_LOW Register 0x40
Table 72. PWM_ONT_LOW Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7:0]
Name
PWM_ONT_LOW_BYTE[7:0]
R/W
R/W
Description
Lower eight bits of PWM on time.
PWM_ONT_HIGH Register 0x41
Table 73. PWM_ONT_HIGH Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7:0]
Name
PWM_ONT_HIGH_BYTE[7:0]
R/W
R/W
Description
Upper eight bits of PWM on time. Note that updated PWM times are not latched until this
byte is written to. PWM count times are referenced from the internal oscillator. The fastest
oscillator setting is 500 kHz (1 µs increments). Therefore, maximum on/off time is
1 µs × (216 −1) = 65.5 ms
This gives PWM frequencies from 500 kHz down to 7.6 Hz.
PWM_CFG Register 0x42
Table 74. PWM_CFG Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7:3]
2
1
Name
R/W
PWM_IN_AND
PWM_MODE
R/W
R/W
0
PWM_EN
R/W
Description
Reserved.
AND the internally generated PWM signal with an externally supplied PWM signal (C6).
Defines PWM mode.
0 = continuous.
1 = one shot.
If a one-shot is performed, the PWM_EN bit is automatically cleared.
If a second one-shot must be performed, the user must set PWM_EN again.
Enable PWM generator.
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CLOCK_DIV_CFG Register 0x43
Table 75. CLOCK_DIV_CFG Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
6
[5: 1]
Name
R/W
CLK_INV
CLK_DIV[4:0]
R/W
R/W
0
CLK_DIV_EN
R/W
Description
Reserved.
Inverts the divided down clock signal.
Defines the divide down scale of the externally supplied clock.
00000 = divide by 1 (pass-through).
00001 = divide by 2.
00010 = divide by 3.
00011 = divide by 4.
11111 = divide by 32.
Enables the clock divider circuit to divide down the externally supplied clock signal.
LOGIC_1_CFG Register 0x44
Table 76. LOGIC_1_CFG Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
6
Name
R/W
LY1_INV
R/W
5
LC1_INV
R/W
4
LB1_INV
R/W
3
LA1_INV
R/W
[2: 0]
LOGIC1_SEL[2:0]
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = LY1 output not inverted before passing into Logic Block 1.
1 = inverts output LY1 from Logic Block 1.
0 = LC1 input not inverted before passing into Logic Block 1.
1 = inverts input LC1 before passing it into Logic Block 1.
0 = LB1 input not inverted before passing into Logic Block 1.
1 = inverts input LB1 before passing it into Logic Block 1.
0 = LA1 input not inverted before passing into Logic Block 1.
1 = inverts input LA1 before passing it into Logic Block 1.
Configures the digital mux for Logic Block 1.
000 = off/disable.
001 = AND1.
010 = OR1.
011 = XOR1.
100 = FF1.
101 = IN_LA1.
110 = IN_LB1.
111 = IN_LC1.
LOGIC_2_CFG Register 0x45
Table 77. LOGIC_2_CFG Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
LY1_CASCADE
R/W
R/W
6
LY2_INV
R/W
5
LC2_INV
R/W
4
LB2_INV
R/W
3
LA2_INV
R/W
Description
0 = use Input LA2 for Logic Block 2.
1 = use Output LY1 from Logic Block 1 instead of LA2 as the input for Logic Block 2.
The R0 pin can be used as GPIO or key when cascade is in use.
0 = LY2 input not inverted before passing into Logic Block 2.
1 = inverts Output LY2 from Logic Block 2.
0 = LC2 input not inverted before passing into Logic Block 2.
1 = inverts Input LC2 before passing it into Logic Block 2.
0 = LB2 input not inverted before passing into Logic Block 2.
1 = inverts Input LB2 before passing it into Logic Block 2.
0 = LA2 input not inverted before passing into Logic Block 2.
1 = inverts Input LA2 before passing it into Logic Block 2.
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Bits
[2: 0]
Data Sheet
Name
LOGIC2_SEL[2:0]
R/W
R/W
Description
Configures the digital mux for Logic Block 2.
000 = off/disable.
001 = AND2.
010 = OR2.
011 = XOR2.
100 = FF2.
101 = IN_LA2.
110 = IN_LB2.
111 = IN_LC2.
LOGIC_FF_CFG Register 0x46
Table 78. LOGIC_FF_CFG Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 4]
3
Name
FF2_SET
R/W
R/W
R/W
2
FF2_CLR
R/W
1
FF1_SET
R/W
0
FF1_CLR
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = FF2 not set in Logic Block 2.
1 = set FF2 in Logic Block 2.
0 = FF2 not cleared in Logic Block 2.
1 = clear FF2 in Logic Block 2.
0 = FF1 not set in Logic Block 1.
1 = set FF1 in Logic Block 1.
0 = FF1 not cleared in Logic Block 1.
1 = clear FF1 in Logic Block 1.
LOGIC_INT_EVENT_EN Register 0x47
Table 79. LOGIC_INT_EVENT_EN Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 6]
5
Name
LY2_DBNC_DIS
R/W
R/W
R/W
4
LOGIC2_EVENT_EN
R/W
3
LOGIC2_INT_LEVEL
R/W
2
LY1_DBNC_DIS
R/W
1
LOGIC1_EVENT_EN
R/W
0
LOGIC1_INT_LEVEL
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = output of Logic Block 2 is debounced before entering the event/interrupt block.
1 = output of Logic Block 2 is not debounced before entering the event/interrupt block. Use
with caution because glitches may generate interrupts prematurely.
0 = LY2 cannot generate interrupt.
1 = allow LY2 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
Configure the logic level of LY2 that generates an interrupt.
0 = LY2 is active low.
1 = LY2 is active high.
0 = output of Logic Block 1 is debounced before entering the event/interrupt block.
1 = output of Logic Block 1 is not debounced before entering the event/interrupt block. Use
with caution because glitches may generate interrupts prematurely.
0 = LY1 cannot generate interrupt.
1 = allow LY1 activity to generate events on the FIFO.
Configure the logic level of LY1 that generates an interrupt.
0 = LY1 is active low.
1 = LY1 is active high.
POLL_TIME_CFG Register 0x48
Table 80. POLL_TIME_CFG Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 2]
[1: 0]
Name
R/W
KEY_POLL_TIME[1:0]
R/W
Description
Reserved.
Configure time between consecutive scan cycles.
00 = 10 ms.
01 = 20 ms.
10 = 30 ms.
11 = 40 ms.
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PIN_CONFIG_A Register 0x49
Table 81. PIN_CONFIG_A Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
R7_CONFIG
R/W
R/W
6
R6_CONFIG
R/W
5
R5_CONFIG
R/W
4
R4_CONFIG
R/W
3
R3_CONFIG
R/W
2
R2_CONFIG
R/W
1
R1_CONFIG
R/W
0
R0_CONFIG
R/W
Description
0 = GPIO 8.
1 = Row 7.
0 = GPIO 7.
1 = Row 6.
0 = GPIO 6.
1 = Row 5.
0 = GPIO 5 (see R4_EXTEND_CFG in PIN_CONFIG_D Register 0x4C
Table 84 for alternate configuration, RESET1).
1 = Row 4.
0 = GPIO 4 (see R3_EXTEND_CFG[1:0] in PIN_CONFIG_D Register 0x4C
Table 84 for alternate configuration, LC1/PWM_OUT/CLK_OUT).
1 = Row 3.
0 = GPIO 3.
1 = Row 2.
0 = GPIO 2.
1 = Row 1.
0 = GPIO 1 (see R0_EXTEND_CFG in PIN_CONFIG_D Register 0x4C
Table 84 for alternate configuration, LY1).
1 = Row 0.
PIN_CONFIG_B Register 0x4A
Table 82. PIN_CONFIG_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
C7_CONFIG
R/W
R/W
6
C6_CONFIG
R/W
5
C5_CONFIG
R/W
4
C4_CONFIG
R/W
3
C3_CONFIG
R/W
2
C2_CONFIG
R/W
1
C1_CONFIG
R/W
0
C0_CONFIG
R/W
Description
0 = GPIO 16.
1 = Column 7.
0 = GPIO 15 (see C6_EXTEND_CFG in PIN_CONFIG_D Register 0x4C
Table 84 for alternate configuration, LC2).
1 = Column 6.
0 = GPIO 14.
1 = Column 5.
0 = GPIO 13 (see C4_EXTEND_CFG in PIN_CONFIG_D Register 0x4C
Table 84 for alternate configuration, RESET2).
1 = Column 4.
0 = GPIO 12.
1 = Column 3.
0 = GPIO 11.
1 = Column 2.
0 = GPIO 10.
1 = Column 1.
0 = GPIO 9.
1 = Column 0.
PIN_CONFIG_C Register 0x4B
Table 83. PIN_CONFIG_C Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 3]
2
Name
R/W
C10_CONFIG
R/W
1
C9_CONFIG
R/W
0
C8_CONFIG
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = GPIO 19.
1 = Column 10.
0 = GPIO 18 (see C9_EXTEND_CFG in PIN_CONFIG_D Register 0x4C
Table 84 for alternate configuration, LY2).
1 = Column 9.
0 = GPIO 17.
1 = Column 8.
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Data Sheet
PIN_CONFIG_D Register 0x4C
Table 84. PIN_CONFIG_D Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
PULL_SELECT
R/W
R/W
Description
0 = 300 kΩ used for row pull-up during key scanning.
1 = 100 kΩ used for row pull-up during key scanning.
6
C4_EXTEND_CFG
R/W 0 = C4 remains configured as GPIO 13.
1 = C4 reconfigured as RESET2 output.
5
R4_EXTEND_CFG
R/W 0 = R4 remains configured as GPIO 5.
1 = R4 reconfigured as RESET1 output.
4
C6_EXTEND_CFG
R/W 0 = C6 remains configured as GPIO 15.
1 = C6 reconfigured as LC2 input for Logic Block 2.
[3:2]
R3_EXTEND_CFG[1:0]
R/W 00 = R3 remains configured as GPIO 4.
01 = R3 reconfigured as LC1 input for Logic Block 1.
10 = R3 reconfigured as PWM_OUT/CLK_OUT outputs from PWM and clock divider blocks.
11 = unused.
1
C9_EXTEND_CFG
R/W 0 = C9 remains configured as GPIO 18.
1 = C9 reconfigured as LY2 output from Logic Block 2.
0
R0_EXTEND_CFG
R/W 0 = R0 remains configured as GPIO 1.
1 = R0 reconfigured as LY1 output from Logic Block 1.
ADP5589AC_Z-00-R7, ADP5589AC_Z-02-R7 Default = 0000 0000
ADP5589AC_Z-01-R7 Default = 0010 0000
GENERAL_CFG_B Register 0x4D
Table 85. GENERAL_CFG_B Bit Descriptions
Bits
7
Name
OSC_EN
R/W
R/W
[6:5]
CORE_FREQ[1:0]
R/W
4
LCK_TRK_LOGIC
R/W
3
LCK_TRK_GPI
R/W
2
1
INT_CFG
R/W
0
RST_CFG
R/W
Description
0 = disable internal 1 MHz oscillator.
1 = enable internal 1 MHz oscillator.
Sets the input clock frequency fed from the base 1 MHz oscillator to the digital core. Slower
frequencies result in less IDD. However, key and GPI scan times increase.
00 = 50 kHz.
01 = 100 kHz.
10 = 200 kHz.
11 = 500 kHz.
0 = allow logic outputs (programmed for FIFO updates) to be tracked on the FIFO if the keypad is
locked.
1 = do not track.
0 = allow GPIs (programmed for FIFO updates) to be tracked on the FIFO if the keypad is locked.
1 = do not track.
Unused
Configure the behavior of the INT pin if the user tries to clear it while an interrupt is pending.
0 = INT pin remains asserted if an interrupt is pending.
1 = INT pin deasserts for 50 µs and reasserts if an interrupt is pending.
Configure the response ADP5589 has to the RST pin.
0 = ADP5589 resets if RST is low.
1 = ADP5589 does not reset if RST is low.
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Data Sheet
ADP5589
INT_EN Register 0x4E
Table 86. INT_EN Bit Descriptions
Bits
[7: 6]
5
Name
R/W
Description
Reserved.
0 = Logic 2 interrupt is disabled.
1 = assert the INT pin if LOGIC2_INT is set.
LOGIC2_IEN
R/W
4
LOGIC1_IEN
R/W
0 = Logic 1 interrupt is disabled.
1 = assert the INT pin if LOGIC1_INT is set.
3
LOCK_IEN
R/W
0 = lock interrupt is disabled.
1 = assert the INT pin if LOCK_INT is set.
2
OVRFLOW_IEN
R/W
0 = overflow interrupt is disabled.
1 = assert the INT pin if OVRFLOW_INT is set.
1
GPI_IEN
R/W
0 = GPI interrupt is disabled.
1 = assert the INT pin if GPI_INT is set.
0
EVENT_IEN
R/W
0 = event interrupt is disabled.
1 = assert the INT pin if EVENT_INT is set.
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ADP5589
Data Sheet
APPLICATION DIAGRAM
VDD
INT
RST
HOST PROCESSOR
SCL
SDA
VDD
KP/LOGIC1 OUTPUT/GPI/GPO
KP/LOGIC1 INPUT/GPI/GPO
SDA
KP/LOGIC1 INPUT/GPI/GPO
SCL
RST
VDD
ADP5589
KP/LOGIC1 INPUT/GPI/GPO/PWM/CLK
KP/RESET1 OUTPUT/GPI/GPO
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55
56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66
67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77
78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88
OSCILLATOR
R0
R1
KEY SCAN
AND
DECODE
R2
R3
INT
R4
GPI SCAN
AND
DECODE
R5
R6
R7
LOGIC1
C10
C9
C8
C7
C6
C5
I/O
CONFIG
LOGIC2
REGISTERS
CLK DIV
PWM
C4
C3
C2
C1
C0
RESET1
GEN
RESET2
GEN
GND
Figure 31. Typical Configuration
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12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
I2C
INTERFACE
UVLO
POR
Data Sheet
ADP5589
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS
3.60
3.50 SQ
3.40
PIN 1
INDICATOR
0.25
0.20
0.15
PIN 1
INDICATOR
24
19
18
0.40
BSC
1
EXPOSED
PAD
0.20 MIN
BOTTOM VIEW
0.05 MAX
0.02 NOM
COPLANARITY
0.08
0.203 REF
SEATING
PLANE
7
FOR PROPER CONNECTION OF
THE EXPOSED PAD, REFER TO
THE PIN CONFIGURATION AND
FUNCTION DESCRIPTIONS
SECTION OF THIS DATA SHEET.
04-13-2012-A
0.80
0.75
0.70
6
13
12
0.50
0.40
0.30
TOP VIEW
2.30
2.20 SQ
2.10
COMPLIANT TO JEDEC STANDARDS MO-220-WFFE.
Figure 32. 24-Lead Lead Frame Chip Scale Package [LFCSP_WQ]
3.5 mm × 3.5 mm Body, Very Very Thin Quad
(CP-24-11)
Dimensions shown in millimeters
2.030
1.990 SQ
1.950
5
4
3
2
1
A
BALL A1
IDENTIFIER
B
1.60
REF
C
D
0.40
REF
TOP VIEW
(BALL SIDE DOWN)
0.560
0.500
0.440
E
BOTTOM VIEW
(BALL SIDE UP)
SIDE VIEW
SEATING
PLANE
0.300
0.260
0.220
0.230
0.200
0.170
11-02-2012-A
COPLANARITY
0.05
Figure 33. 25-Ball Wafer Level Chip Scale Package [WLCSP]
(CB-25-5)
Dimensions shown in millimeters
ORDERING GUIDE
Model1
ADP5589ACPZ-00-R7
ADP5589ACPZ-01-R7
ADP5589ACPZ-02-R7
ADP5589ACBZ-00-R7
ADP5589ACBZ-01-R7
ADP5589ACBZ-02-R7
ADP5589CP-EVALZ
1
Temperature Range
−40°C to +85°C
−40°C to +85°C
−40°C to +85°C
−40°C to +85°C
−40°C to +85°C
−40°C to +85°C
Package Description
24-Lead Lead Frame Chip Scale Package[LFCSP_WQ]
24-Lead Lead Frame Chip Scale Package[LFCSP_WQ]
24-Lead Lead Frame Chip Scale Package[LFCSP_WQ]
25-Ball Wafer Level Chip Scale Package[WLCSP]
25-Ball Wafer Level Chip Scale Package[WLCSP]
25-Ball Wafer Level Chip Scale Package[WLCSP]
Evaluation Board
Z = RoHS Compliant Part.
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Package Option
CP-24-11
CP-24-11
CP-24-11
CB-25-5
CB-25-5
CB-25-5
ADP5589
Data Sheet
NOTES
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Data Sheet
ADP5589
NOTES
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ADP5589
Data Sheet
NOTES
I2C refers to a communications protocol originally developed by Philips Semiconductors (now NXP Semiconductors).
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