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Part Number: UCD9248
The status byte and status word pmbus commands are marked as common in SLUU337.
Since these registers report errors such as over-current (which are paged), this is somewhat strange.
The detailed registers (e.g. STATUS_IOUT) are paged.
So, checking the general status is easier by the non-paged status_word, but in case of a fault all pages of
the corresponding register needs to be read.
I guess there is no way to find directly out which page caused the fault.
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