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Hi, Support Team
The following inquiries have been received from customers.
We are going to develop with a combination of BQ25792 and TPS25750.
Please confirm the following questions.
1. Do I have to have an EEPROM when using the TPS25750?
Otherwise, is it possible to control all of the I2C slaves by connecting them to the Main SoC?
2. When using the Deep Sleep function, the Main SoC is turned off.
In this case, is there any problem in operation even if there is no separate EEPROM in the TPS25750?
3. In the reference material, BQ25792 and EEPROM are connected to TPS25750 together.
In this case, does the TPS25750 control the BQ25792 together after reading the information from the EEPROM?
4. How does the main SoC transmit a command to the BQ25792 when using the function to cut off the power by using ship mode / system power reset through BQ25792's Ship FET Control?
In Reference, I2C of BQ25792 is connected to TPS25750 I2C Master. In this case, is it possible to control BQ25792 through TPS25750 I2C slave?
(Main SoC TPS25750: I2C slave TPS25750: I2C Master BQ25792 I2C)
Otherwise, in order to control the BQ25792, should I connect directly to the Main SoC instead of connecting to the TPS25750 I2C Master?