• Hi - yes, the software I2C implementation does do some error checking but it doesn't throw an error if there isn't an explicit acknowledge to a read request, it just returns 255.

    You could try hardware I2C - the only difference in your code would be changing var i = new I2C(); to var i = I2C1;. It will probably then throw an error if a device isn't connected (but hardware I2C might require external pullup resistors).

    However, the problems you're having with unexpected values for reads are unlikely to be related to that - maybe you could share the code you were using to read a value that wasn't working, and what device/value you were trying to read and I might be able to figure out what's up?


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