Pages 15 and 16 of the LTC1760 datasheet show a breakdown of the I2C comms. This looks pretty clear, but I must be interpreting it incorrectly. I can see there is a device on node 0x0A (surprisingly not 0x14, 0x16, or 0x18 as shown in the chart), but my attempts to send a command are not instigating reply data.
In a nutshell, I am attempting
Wire.begin(8); //join with address of 8
Wire.beginTransmission(0x0A); //send info to address A
Wire.write(0x04); //send command code 4 for BatterySystemInfo()
ackCheck=Wire.endTransmission(); //verify Ack of address
When monitoring the address afterwards, I see no reply, whereas I am expecting two bytes.
Would someone be willing to explain if the layout of the command is more than sending a byte to the appropriate address. Is the layout of the response more than two bytes?