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DS Real Time Clock Mini Board Datasheet
I have tried reading by explicitly creating Transactions and also by using the MultiI2C library in the Netduino Toolbox. The Netduino forums have been replaced by new forums at community. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
I have also tried writing a byte to the SRAM and reading the same address to no avail: Back to Netduino Plus 2 and Netduino Plus 1. Will it resend a start bit? I added pull-ups and sure enough, I’m getting my treasured values I feel like a fool, but at datasehet it’s working now.
Two Wire Interface in Atmel lingo and when those pins are datasheeet to I2C mode, they are configured as open-drain datasheet, p. My test code is as follows — it attempts to read from the temperature register which should be nonzero.
Also, it is not really suitable for the microcontroller to have specific pull-up resistor value, because it depends on bus parameters, such as speed, capacitance etc.
DSSN Datasheet(PDF) – Maxim Integrated Products
Once again, I retreated to the Arduino and managed to get datazheet I2C going with this chip. Best Answer CW225 December – Go to the full post. Sorry for my english! Posted 25 December – The datasheet for this chip is located here: Community Forum Software by IP.
DS3232 Extremely Accurate I²C RTC With Integrated Crystal And SRAM
I’m not sure what the difference is between the following Arduino code and the code posted above — could anyone enlighten me why Arduino is working and Netduino not-so-much? Does the Netduino follow a different protocol for sending a write and then a read transaction?
Any thoughts on why I might be experiencing this? Several functions may not work.
Why does Netduino need pullups while the Arduino does not? Please log in to reply.
I have been successful with I2C in the past, and I believe that the “writes” I’m doing to the module work since my WriteTransactions return a nonzero value.
Thank you so much for responding.