can you tell is it possible to couple DC power to the LTC4331 twisted pair in order to supply the I2C slave ?
Q1) Is there a good in-stock chip solution to be used as a I2C bus extender?
We have a product with 2m long I2C communication between a master unit and slave peripheral unit that has some bit errors. Management would like to avoid not using I2C…
you can use either resistor value.
The CTRL pin is described as controlling the remote from the local. What does the local control?
I'm using the local and the remote CTRL pins open. Is there any problem?
We are using the LTC4331 in our equipment, but randomly, our master receives NACK signals after sending a slave address. These slave addresses has been correctly acknowledged over few previous transactions, and the problem is manufacturer…
Is the I2C link rate limited by the SCL frequency?
I am thinking of setting the link rate to 500kHz or 1MHz with the SCL frequency = 400kHz.
Which link rate (500kHz or 1MHz) is better?
I'm experimenting with the LTC4331 demo board, with my own uproc board. My setup is:
uproc <===> local LTC4331 <===> cable <===> remote LTC4331 <===> EEPROM
program is simple: continuously reading from (remote) EEPROM,…
we have an issue with the LTC4331 device.
During our debugging we implemented a test that reads a single byte over and over again from a device on the remote side of the LTC4331.
During the test we gradually increase the time between two…
I've readed the datasheet of the LTC4331 and I'm in a case pretty similar to the one below:
I need sa solution like the central I2C slave but I would be more interested on having only one LTC4331.
I would like to know if it's possible…
What are the supply requirements for the LTC4331?