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NXP PCA9525 and PCA9605 no-offset I2C-bus buffers,

8/24/2011 01:29 PM EDT
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re: NXP PCA9525 and PCA9605 no-offset I2C-bus buffers,
Robotics Developer   9/7/2011 2:47:23 PM
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What a neat product! I will have to look at using these for robot control applications. The idea of isolating the common I2C bus using these devices is appealing given the possible noise and physical cable interruptions possible on a robot.

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