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Resolved! How to deal with I2C Communication for the slave x-nucleo-nfc07a1 in which ST25DV64KC incorporated and is interfaced with STM32WB55RG?

Hi sir, I am working with I2C in x-nucleo-nfc07a1 where ST25DV IC incorporated interfaced with Nucleo-WB55 board, what is the slave address(device address) for this?I am firmware engineer, I have I2C Scanning program wherePreviously, I work with Tem...

BT.2 by Associate II
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Resolved! M24LR64E password command

We are using M24LR64E for configuration and event logging, try to use password to protect configuration data area. In the user manual(DM00047008.pdf), in Figure 12 and Figure 13, the password address is 0900h, but in Table13, I2C byte address is 2048...

New.Fish by Associate III
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Resolved! How to read the NDEF message? (M24SR04-Y)

I have a microcircuit M24SR04-Y, on which I recorded information using the NFC.I need to read this information using i2c.I read the datasheet and understood the circuit of communication with the microcircuit.But I am a novice and without an example i...

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STM8L I2C

Posted on May 07, 2018 at 00:51Hello, i have a STM8L Discovery board with a stm8l152C6T6 microcontroller. I'm currently trying to communicate with a M24LR04E (NFC) board through an I2C connection.I've done some tests using the 'generateStart' functi...

Resolved! M24SR04 EEPROM direct access

Posted on February 24, 2016 at 08:57Hi all, I'm using a M24SR memory connected by I2C bus to a Freescale M0 microcontroller. Given that the free space for the firmware is very little, I have problems integrating the ST library for reading and writin...

Resolved! M24LR16E-R Dual EEPROM information

Posted on January 23, 2014 at 16:29Hi,I wish to know please if using this memory is there any way to access, via RF, the information that I stored via I2C. Or is the information separated, via I2C (2048 bytes) and via RF (512 blocks of 32 bits) , wi...