Part Number: FPC401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: FPC402 , Hello,
Customer has one more question about FPC401 and FPC402. Except i2c downstream address diff as below, Did FPC401 and FPC402 has other diff features or limitations on application? I could…
Levin wang said: Just as your suggestion, we adjust the period parameter with more length of time than reading bytes time on periodic prefetch mode. The RX LOS alarm received correctly now.
Glad you were able to resolve this issue.
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Part Number: FPC401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: FPC402 , Hi team,
I have a question below need your help:
Are FPC401 and FPC402 I2C mode able to support access of QSFP-28 and QSFP-DD EEPROM full address range?
In the FPC402 applications QSFP-DD is…
Part Number: FPC401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: FPC402 ,
We want to check the difference between the FPC401 and FPC402. Thanks.
How to deal with the unused GPIO,SPI_LED_CLK, ports(ports related pins as ABS, TXFAULT)? Whether we can float? Thanks…
Part Number: FPC401 Hi,
We're looking to use the FPC401 on our design and looking at the data sheet the device powers up with a default address of 0x1E in 8bit, (0xF in 7bit). Also, the down stream devices are placed at 0xF0 0xF2 0xF4 0xF6 0xF8 0xFA…
Part Number: FPC401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: FPC402 , FPC202
FPC401 could control maximum 4 LEDs, 2 could control blinking and dimming and the other 2 are ON/OFF only, right?
how about FPC202 and FPC402?
Part Number: FPC402 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: FPC401 We have some problems in performing downstream remote access on i2c bus.
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FPC402EVM: Downstream I2C access is not acknowledged by FPC402 - Interface forum - Interface - TI E2E support…
Part Number: FPC401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: FPC402 Posted on behalf of another E2E user:
For the optical module I2C address, do we have only two choices for 8-bit address: 0xA0 & 0xA2? If the optical module has some other I2C address (like 0x04…
Our apologies for the delayed response. The primary difference between SFP+/QSFP+ and SFP28/QSFP28 is the maximum high-speed bandwidth supported (10.3125 Gbps vs. 28.78125 Gbps). There is no difference regarding low-speed I2C and control…