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Email Required, but never shown. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Sorry about this shameless self-promotion but, I just had a book published and two out of the five chapters use the CryptoCape. I am a bit of a nugget but always improving with Linux command line, so it is very advantageous for me to be able to see the command you are typing.
c – Cannot Wake up Atmel ATSHA Using I2C – Stack Overflow
Notify me of new posts via email. The data sheet says this is done as follows. I’m really not sure how this is done, Ideally I’d do this in Cso would some variation of the following work? I guess I’m not sure about atshw204 last bit, how do I keep writing until the device limux woken up? Sign up using Facebook. You usually verbalize what you are typing, but then there are the options, etc that go with the command.
Anyway, thanks for your help.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The data sheet says this is done as follows The Wake condition requires either that the system processor manually drive the SDA pin atsna204 for tWLO, or that a data byte of 0x00 is transmitted at a clock rate sufficiently slow that SDA is low for a minimum period of tWLO.
You need to know what clock speed your I2C is running. Sign up using Email and Password. I’ve recently been given the task of writing drivers for some of the I2C devices in our product. That will asha204 how many bytes of 0x00 need to be written satisfy the required duration for wakeup.
Email required Address never made public. Thanks for the screencasts and that helps a beginner like me, but I have problem pull down your key. That param isn’t a value, it’s a pointer to a buffer containing the data. You are commenting using your WordPress.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. I made these screen casts pretty quick. My first job is to wake up the chip.
You don’t want to pass 0x00 to the write function.