Hey,I followed instruction from the example project on this page: https://cloud.altera.com/devstore/platform/16.0.0/nios-ii-on-die-temperature-sensor-design-example/ trying to read on-die temperature. Whatever settings I try to change (including the original) I keeps reading only slot# 1 out of the 64 of the example, all the others are zeros. Even that first one gives me irrational -15/16/17 Celsius degrees (code 3754/6/9). I'm using model 10M50DAF256I7G. I found vary little on this on the web. EDIT 1: So the example project does work on the development kit (gives reasonable temperature), with model 10M50DAF484C6GES. The question remains why model 10M50DAF256I7G returns unreasonable temperature. EDIT 2: I tried with another board with 10M50DAF256I7G and it returns even weirder values at around 3800's code. EDIT 3: With the ADC toolkit I can see changes that makes sense, for example when I try to change the temperature by touching it, and it happens in both models, and with all three boards. So I suspect different models return different codes, although it I can't find any references about it and it certainly doesn't say it in the MAX 10 ADC datasheet. Anyone here have a stand about it? Thanks, Eyar
Hi Eyar,I expirience the same behaviour although on different models. Gives reasonable readings on 10M50DAF484C6GES (development kit), but offset on 10M04,10M08 based boards same Qsys design.