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I2C_LDD 10 bit addressing

Question asked by Richard Fox on Jun 1, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 2, 2016 by Richard Fox

The micro that I am using is an MK22FN256LVQ, there is a 24C16 EEPROM connected to I2C CH0.

A logic analyzer is monitoring the SCL and SDA lines. Attempting to address an EEPROM address

of 0x15B. Issuing the dummy write to load the 10 bit address into the EEPROM shows a byte of

0s before the 10 bit address code, 11110XX. I am using the most recent version of the Processor

Expert I2C component, the I2C_LDD.


Any ideas why the 0s byte? This results in my access being NACked.