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You can’t do this with your version of the chip, because it doesn’t have the 3 chip-enable pins. You could use 2.
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Add a few more pf for the output capacitance of the PIC pin that’s driving SDA, and maybe a few more pf datzsheet stray capacitance. C sample driver should work OK. Fri Feb 28, 4: Sat Mar 01, 1: Probably, most embedded applications only use the EEPROM for a short interval, compared to the overall time that they’re running.
Especially, a common GND between: If i use a 4k7 resistor i will need a 68pF capicitor as well? For pf, the largest resistor: It probably didn’t get out of “Beta” meaning excessingly buggy until version 3. The only reason you would want to use the largest possible resistor is if you have a low-power design, and your primary concern is conserving the battery.
Please do not post bug Reports on this forum. CCS does not monitor this forum on a regular basis. I don’t even have records for the Beta versions. It doesn’t represent capacitors that you’re supposed to add.
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Fri Feb 28, 5: GND, Vcc, or un-connected? You should write very simple code with that version, and hope it works.
You should write very: So using the maximum sized pull-up resistor is: Has anybody else encountered and fixed this problem? If you had the chip: If you had the chip that has 3 chip-enable lines, then it would be a “-BBN6”. You can’t do this with your version of the chip, dataseet So do that, and don’t add any capacitors.
I am tring to use an Dxtasheet M supplier farnell calls it 24C external eeprom chip with the But this is really a non-issue in most designs. For example, in Table 8: What PIC are you using? I might have that version at the company, and could: The resistors should be connected as shown: It’s much better to go for signal: In your case, you should connect them to GND.
The MB comes in 5 different versions, etc. Mon Mar 03, 7: So I can’t tell you datashset there was a problem: I might have that version at the company, and could test it on Monday, but I’m not sure. You need a pull-up resistor 24c1288 SDA: I don’t know why CCS gives out that file, without identifying the special chip that it works for.
Especially, a common GND between the two chips.
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It probably didn’t get out of: That’s the “Cbus” datahseet they’re talking about. It states on page 3, that they must be connected to Vcc or GND. Send them to support ccsinfo.
Display posts from previous: Then you can refer to their graph in Figure 3, and see the maximum value of pull-up resistor that you can use. Here’s the data sheet: Fri Feb 28, 1: It’s much 24c1128 to go for signal integrity. Is this your very first project, or have you made other: Or does anyone have any suggestions as to mistakes i may have made.
On the EEPROM, if you have the version that has “chip enable” pins, then what voltage levels do you have these pins connected to? Once i put the pull up resistors 24c1128 it started to work.
Don’t try using hardware i2c.