Table 1. Available Interrupt Vectors and Sources
Name Vector Description Interrupt Flag Conditions
ERROR Error interrupt TRIGOVR A new conversion is triggered while one is ongoing
SAMPOVR A new conversion overwrites an unread sample in ADCn.SAMPLE
RESOVR A new conversion or accumulation overwrites an unread result in ADCn.RESULT
SAMPRDY Sample Ready interrupt SAMPRDY The sample is available in ADCn.SAMPLE
WCMP As defined by WINSRC and WINCM in ADCn.CTRLD
RESRDY Result Ready interrupt RESRDY The result is available in ADCn.RESULT
WCMP As defined by WINSRC and WINCM in ADCn.CTRLD

When an interrupt condition occurs, the corresponding interrupt flag is set in the peripheral’s Interrupt Flags (peripheral.INTFLAGS) register.

An interrupt source is enabled or disabled by writing to the corresponding enable bit in the peripheral’s Interrupt Control (peripheral.INTCTRL) register.

An interrupt request is generated when the corresponding interrupt source is enabled, and the interrupt flag is set. The interrupt request remains active until the interrupt flag is cleared. See the peripheral’s INTFLAGS register for details on how to clear interrupt flags.