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I2C Eeprom Example



Author: Mike Kehrli

Last Updated: 2018-09-12

Category: Internal MCU modules

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Routines for accessing I2C Eeprom modules. Written for EasyPIC v7 board and the included eeprom module (24C08). The Examples included with MikroBasic don't allow access to eeprom memory above 256 byes. This code shows how to access all of the eeprom memory using I2C bus.

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