Interrupt Flag Register - Split Mode

The individual status bit can be cleared by writing a ‘1’ to its bit location. This allows each bit to be set without use of a read-modify-write operation on a single register.
Name:
INTFLAGS
Offset:
0x0B
Reset:
0x00
Access:
-
Bit76543210
LCMP2LCMP1LCMP0HUNFLUNF
AccessR/WR/WR/WR/WR/W
Reset00000

Bit 6 – LCMP2: Low-byte Compare Channel 0 Interrupt Flag

Low-byte Compare Channel 0 Interrupt Flag

See LCMP0 flag description.

Bit 5 – LCMP1: Low-byte Compare Channel 0 Interrupt Flag

Low-byte Compare Channel 0 Interrupt Flag

See LCMP0 flag description.

Bit 4 – LCMP0: Low-byte Compare Channel 0 Interrupt Flag

Low-byte Compare Channel 0 Interrupt Flag

The compare interrupt flag (LCMPn) is set on a compare match on the corresponding compare channel.

For all modes of operation, the LCMPn flag will be set when a compare match occurs between the Low-byte count register (LCNT) and the corresponding compare register (LCMPn). The LCMPn flag will not be cleared automatically and has to be cleared by software. This is done by writing a ‘1’ to its bit location.

Bit 1 – HUNF: High-byte Underflow Interrupt Flag

High-byte Underflow Interrupt Flag

This flag is set on a high-byte timer BOTTOM (underflow) condition. HUNF is not automatically cleared and needs to be cleared by software. This is done by writing a ‘1’ to its bit location.

Bit 0 – LUNF: Low-byte Underflow Interrupt Flag

Low-byte Underflow Interrupt Flag

This flag is set on a low-byte timer BOTTOM (underflow) condition. LUNF is not automatically cleared and needs to be cleared by software. This is done by writing a ‘1’ to its bit location.