DS28E17 1-Wire-to-I²C Master Bridge

Maxim’s DS28E17 is a 1-wire slave to I²C master bridge device

Image of Maxim DS28E17 1-Wire-to-I2C Master BridgeMaxim’s DS28E17 is a 1-wire slave to I2C master bridge device that interfaces directly to I2C slaves at standard (100 kHz maximum) or fast (400 kHz maximum). Data transfers serially by means of the 1-wire protocol, which requires only a single data lead and a ground return. Every DS28E17 is guaranteed to have a unique 64-bit ROM registration number that serves as a node address in the 1-wire network. Multiple DS28E17 devices can coexist with other devices in the 1-wire network and be accessed individually without affecting other devices. The DS28E17 allows using complex I2C devices such as display controllers, ADCs, DACs, I2C sensors, and more in a 1-wire environment. Each self-timed DS28E17 provides 1-wire access for a single I2C interface.

Features
  • Low power consumption
    • 0.3 µA (typ.) in sleep mode
    • 2.6 mA (typ.) when operational
    • Separate pins for sleep and wakeup flexibility
    • Remote power controlled by an awake pin
    • Sleep mode enabled by sleep pin or a 1-wire device command
  • Easy to integrate
    • 3.3 V (nom) supply, small 4 mm x 4 mm x 0.75 mm TQFN package, -40°C to 85°C operation
    • Evaluation HW and SW available
  • Flexible 1-wire slave and I2C master operational modes
    • Supports 15 kbps and 77 kbps 1-wire protocol with packetized I2C data payloads
    • Factory-programmed, unique 64-bit 1-wire ROM ID provides unalterable serial number to end equipment
    • Standard 100 kHz and 400 kHz communication rates for I2C
    • I2C clock stretching automatically supported
  • Converts 1-wire communication protocol to I2C master I/O
    • Operates I2C slave peripherals over the single-contact, 1-wire interface

1-Wire-to-I²C Master Bridge

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionFunctionInterfaceAvailable QuantityView Details
IC BRIDGE 1-WIRE TO I2C 16TQFNDS28E17Q+IC BRIDGE 1-WIRE TO I2C 16TQFNBridge, 1-Wire® to I²CI²C1250 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2015-11-05