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LP5024: Trying to Access LP5024 device in device manager in windows environment

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Part Number: LP5024

Hi

We are trying to enumerate LP5024 as I2C slave device in OS via BIOS. To do so we need to enter HW-ID.

Is the HW-Id for the slave controller = “LP5024” or “TILP5024” or something else? Any idea?

Thanks

-Eshak

  • Hi Eshak,

    You could directly use I2C to control LP5024. We do not have HWID for it.

    Best Regards,
    Hardy Wu

    PSIL- LED Drivers
    Application engineer

  • In reply to Hardy Wu:

    If needed to access the device via OS using device enumeration , we need to include HW ID in the code.

  • In reply to user6023027:

    Hi Eshak,

    What hardware you used with LP5024? I am not familiar with the control way by OS. But I think if you are using I2C as interface via BIOS, HW ID is no need for it. You can find I2C address in datasheet section 8.5.1.4

    Best Regards,
    Hardy Wu

    PSIL- LED Drivers
    Application engineer

  • In reply to Hardy Wu:

    Hi Hardy

    We are trying to write a api code that communicates with the I2C driver in windows system. To do so we need to enumerate the I2C device so it is detected in device manager. something like below,

    Thanks

    Eshak

  • In reply to user6023027:

    Hi

    Can you share the LP5024 Device driver code for reference.

    Thanks

    -Eshak

  • In reply to user6023027:

    Hi Eshak,

    Please refer Q3 of this thread.

    Best Regards,
    Hardy Wu

    PSIL- LED Drivers
    Application engineer

  • In reply to Hardy Wu:

    Hi

    I am looking for device driver in windows environment. The thread you shared is Linux based?

    Thanks

    Eshak

  • In reply to user6023027:

    Hi Eshak,

    Sorry we do not have driver code based on windows. Usually we use GUI connect to device in windows environment. 

    Best Regards,
    Hardy Wu

    PSIL- LED Drivers
    Application engineer

  • In reply to Hardy Wu:

    Hi

    Can TI support to develop a device driver for LP5024.

    Thanks

    Eshak

  • In reply to user6023027:

    Hi Eshak,

    We have no such development plan yet.

    Best Regards,
    Hardy Wu

    PSIL- LED Drivers
    Application engineer

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