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Part Number: P82B96
Can P82B96 be used in the following configuraion ?
The P82B96 is meant to be used in a pair and not in this kind of configuration. What I mean by this is, if each slave is on a different board and the master is also on a different board then each board needs its own P82B96 to talk to another P82B96. In this case, your master needs one as well.
I've redrawn what I was talking about below. Please note I did not draw the pull up resistors but they do need to be there.
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In reply to TRX Bobby:
Thank you for your prompt reply.
Could you please check whether the following block diagram is correct just in case ?
In reply to Sadanori Kato:
Thank you for your response.
For Q1 and Q2, I look into this and get back to you.Then, I update the block diagram, so please check it again.
For Q1 and Q2, please see the following comments and give me your advice.
Q1: VCCM = 3.0V ~ 5.5V VCCB = 12V VCCS = 3.0V ~ 5.5V
Master device VCC = 3.0V ~ 5.5V Slave devices VCC = 3.0V ~ 5.5V * Not be fixed
Q2: The master device and the slave devices are on different boards. In addition, there is a possibility to mount "the slave device #0 ~ #2", "the slave device #3 ~ #5", the slave device #6 ~ #8" and "the slave device #9 ~ #11"on different board.
In reply to Max Robertson:
Thank you for your support.
I understood and will contact you if I get additional questions from our customer.
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