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Thanks for a reply.I think you havent read my posts.14 meters long cables are problem connect them via I2C.
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14 meters long cables are problem connect them via I2C.
That's a problem if you run I2C at 100kHz.
What if you run it at, ooo, I don't know, say, 1kHz?
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So I2C can easily runs at low frekvention throught long distances?
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I have no idea, but won't it be fun finding out?
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