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Part Number: DRV2625
We use the 100kHz I2C standard in our system. What I2C version does DRV2625 use?
Because we would like to confirm the specification of timing in DRV2625.
If you look at page 5 & 6 you will find the timing requirements and diagrams of the I2C interface used by the DRV2625. The max frequency able to be used with this device is 400kHz which corresponds to the Fast Mode of the I2C standard. This means that the device can operate in that 400kHz Fast Mode or slower like at the 100kHz standard your system uses.
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In reply to Carson Allen:
Thanks for reply!
However, we found that the Timings in datasheet only show Fast mode (400kHz) .
Is there any concern that we just follow the Timings of the Standard mode (100kHz) as shown in the figure?
In reply to Scott Chien:
Yes, using the timing standards of the 100kHz mode would be fine with this device.
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