Main Clock Control B

  0x01 8 Configuration Change Protection 0x11    

Main Clock Control B

Bit  7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0  
        PDIV[3:0] PEN  
Access        R/W R/W R/W R/W R/W  
Reset        1 0 0 0 1  

Bits 4:1 – PDIV[3:0]: Prescaler Division

Prescaler Division

If the Prescaler Enable (PEN) bit is written to ‘1’, these bits define the division ratio of the main clock prescaler.

These bits can be written during run-time to vary the clock frequency of the system to suit the application requirements.

The user software must ensure a correct configuration of the input frequency (CLK_MAIN) and prescaler settings, so that the resulting frequency of CLK_PER never exceeds the allowed maximum (see Electrical Characteristics).

0x0 DIV2 CLK_MAIN divided by 2
0x1 DIV4 CLK_MAIN divided by 4
0x2 DIV8 CLK_MAIN divided by 8
0x3 DIV16 CLK_MAIN divided by 16
0x4 DIV32 CLK_MAIN divided by 32
0x5 DIV64 CLK_MAIN divided by 64
0x6-0x7 - Reserved
0x8 DIV6 CLK_MAIN divided by 6
0x9 DIV10 CLK_MAIN divided by 10
0xA DIV12 CLK_MAIN divided by 12
0xB DIV24 CLK_MAIN divided by 24
0xC DIV48 CLK_MAIN divided by 48
other - Reserved

Bit 0 – PEN: Prescaler Enable

Prescaler Enable

This bit must be written to ‘1’ to enable the prescaler. When enabled, the division ratio is selected by the PDIV bit field.

When this bit is written to ‘0’, the main clock will pass through undivided (CLK_PER = CLK_MAIN), regardless of the value of PDIV.