Can you explain the notation in the datasheet in the "operation" column of the ADCMUX row of the table for the ADCCONFIGx parameter? The notation uses for example "D + 10" for the UV "optical function." But the term "D" has no antecedent anywhere in the datasheet, as far as I know.
I assume "D" refers to a separate diode for UV.
Does the "+10" mean that the mcu on the chip adds ten to some raw result?
Also, what is the interpretation of a negative result? That the dark current is less than the light current (where you are measuring the diode in two ways, dark current and light current, and taking the difference) ?
Related to my other post about detecting daylight using UV indoors.
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You can ignore the "operation" column as it only describes the position of the photodiode. You have to select UV diode anyway.
The negative numbers are just ADC noise.
That's a good question. I am woundering the same thing.
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