I2C IMU example of DA1468X

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xuguodong
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I2C IMU example of DA1468X

Hi Dialog teams,

have Dialog recently published an example that shows how to i2c interface with 6 axis IMU in DA1468X?

This example of i2c EEPROM  is not suitable for us .

 

Thanks.

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xuguodong
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have Dialog recently

have Dialog recently published an example that shows how to i2c interface with 6 axis IMU in DA1468X?

This example of i2c EEPROM  is not suitable for us .

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Hi There,

Hi There,

Please take a look at the following tutorial :

http://lpccs-docs.dialog-semiconductor.com/tutorial_da1468x_adapters_concept_part_2/i2c_adapters.html#preparing-the-i2c-adapter

The key goals of this tutorial are to:

  • Provide a basic understanding of Adapters concept
  • Explain the different APIs and configurations of I2C peripheral Adapters
  • Give a complete sample project demonstrating the usage of I2C peripheral Adapters

Generally, we strongly recommend the usage of the adapters for accessing hardware peripherals because not only provide access to the peripheral, but also make sure that other tasks which are currently accessing it, suspend their operation until the peripheral is once again released. So you don't have to worry if another task tries accessing the same peripheral at the same time. Also, in sleep mode all the peripheral blocks are powered down.

Thanks, PM_Dialog