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Join Date: 2 Sep 20
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Posted: Thu, 2023-07-27 16:46
Hello , The QCS4290 is under development and is an LPI QUP question.
From GPIO_111 (LPI_QUP 0 SE5) to GPIO_112 (LPI_QUP 0 SE5)
Can I use it by setting it for I2C communication with a microcomputer rather than a sensor chip?
Configuration: CPU (I2C Master) <-> MICOM (I2C Slave)
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Join Date: 18 Sep 23
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Posted: Mon, 2023-09-18 03:07
Absolutely! The QCS4290's versatile LPI QUP (Low-Power Interface, Quad Universal Port) capabilities allow you to utilize GPIO_111 and GPIO_112 for I2C communication between your microcomputer and microcontroller. By configuring the CPU as the I2C Master and the microcontroller as the I2C Slave, you can establish a seamless connection and unlock a world of possibilities. Whether you're controlling complex systems or exchanging data, this setup empowers you to harness the full potential of the QCS4290, enabling efficient and reliable communication. Get ready to embark on an exciting journey of seamless I2C integration!
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