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Part Number: DS250DF230
Our customer is now testing DS250DF230. and encountered problem as below, could you help to check on this?
during I2C communication there's NACK after DeviceAdress. Are there other I2C timing requirements that are not specified in the manual, or other possible reasons?
【Peripheral hardware test situation】：
1. Power supply VDD=2.5V, the test is normal;2. EN_SMB is pulled up to VDD through 1K, 2.5V at the PIN pin;3. The reset signal is normal before access, READ_EN_IN and All_DONE_N are High=3.3V during access;4. CLK_IN and CLK_OUT, 25M is normal;5. DeviceAdress=0x30;6.tHD_DAT=tSU_DAT=4us;
【I2C timing waveform】
Is the customer able to read data from any of the retimer registers?
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In reply to Rodrigo Natal:
No they can't read data. because there's no ACK after the Device Address, so they can neither read or write.
In reply to Dane Zhang:
I think I see the issue. The customer is using 7-bit addressing. Using 7-bit addressing format the retimer slave address is actually 0x18.
thanks, the issue solved.
and why we just state the 8bit writing address in datasheet?
8-bit is the most common addressing for TI's own retimer evaluation software.
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