SLUSE14A December 2020 – February 2021 BQ76942
The BQ76942 device includes support for direct commands and subcommands. The direct commands are accessed using a 7-bit command address that is sent from a host through the device serial communications interface and either triggers an action, or provides a data value to be written to the device, or instructs the device to report data back to the host. Subcommands are additional commands that are accessed indirectly using the 7-bit command address space and provide the capability for block data transfers. For more information on the commands and subcommands supported by the device, refer to the BQ76942 Technical Reference Manual.