Part Number: ADS7924
I have a customer evaluating the ADS7924. The device appears to be a good fit and initially working well in their application, however, they just realized they use the same I2C address 0x48 and 0x49 in their system. I don't see a way to change the I2C address on the ADS7924. Is this feasible or do we need to suggest another (nearly identical) part? Do we have similar parts with a different I2C address? Suggestions?
Please let me know. Thanks, John Garrett TI-AFA
ADS7924 has only 2 I2C address as mentioned in datasheet (0x48 and 0x49).
We do have some devices in roadmap which have selectable multiple I2C address option. I will mail you those options
Thanks & Regards
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