Current controller board I2C Jumper behavior?


Very first post here.

I have an DLCT27C10 Rev. A, 4 channel current controller board (depicted on the photo below.)

I’m integrating the board to an Raspberry Pi using a custom board, so I would to ask to the community how is the behavior of the I2C pull ups jumpers show in the image.

Thanks in advance.

If you are using a Raspberry Pi I2C interface shield we provided the pull up jumpers will not be required.

Thanks for your answer.

I’m not using your I2C interface board since I’m using our own board which contains other peripherals, so how those jumpers behave? What is the pull-up value?

Thanks in advance.

The Jumper will pull the SCL and SDA lines high to the voltage supplied to the board via the +5V line which in your case is more than likely 3.3VDC.

Thanks you a lot, I required this information to document our custom board with your official opinion.

I would suggest this information must be present in the user guide and/or the command reference manual.


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