Let the industry's first no-offset bus buffers hand you control of the bus. With NXP I2C bus buffers, you're in the driver's seat! Quickly change signal flow direction without introducing bus signal errors or stopping bus signals from reaching their desired destination. Driven by bus signal timing, instead of bus signal voltage levels, NXP bus buffers' no-offset scoreboard method monitors both sides of the bus buffer, locking out the idle side until the active bus finishes sending data.

Trying to run robust I2C-bus signals over long distances? No problem. NXP no-offset I2C bus buffers handle even the thorniest loads. The Fast-mode plus (Fm+) no-offset buffers have more output drive, which means more loading, longer cable runs and more slaves on the same bus node. Bus sections are isolated and kept within load spec. Using a built-in four-channel switch, NXP bus buffers easily serve lots of I2C bus branches, making it perfect for large array signage and gaming machine LEDs.

Flat panel displays, mobile apps and large server farms – wherever I2C plays an important role supporting internal configuration, monitoring and even fan speed controls – NXP bus buffers rigorously support industrial-strength commercial, automotive and enterprise computing applications. What's more, these no offset bus buffers easily fit into your existing system, replacing static offset bus buffers and, in some cases, eliminating some parts altogether. Much, much more for much, much less!

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NXP PCA9525The industry's first no-offset I2C bus buffer designed to isolate capacitance and interface with all other bus devices.

NXP PCA9605Take the bus further with this ground-breaking I2C no-offset bus buffer supporting Fast-mode Plus (Fm+).

NXP PCA9646The only buffered 4-channel I2C bus switch that lets you drive robust I2C bus signals over long distances.

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