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Default OCP SX1261/SX1262

According to the SX1261/2 data sheet (Rev 1.1), the default OCP register values should be the following:

SX1261 =0x18=60 mA
SX1262=0x38=140 mA

However, I have a SX1262 but read 0x18 from the register.

I had the idea that I could use this register to check/verify the exact chip model, but apparently not!?
Is this a known issue or am I doing something wrong?
Is there some other method to check whatever the chip is a 1261 or 1262?

edit: it seems thath the command "SetPaConfig" have the side effect that it changes the OCP register depending on whatever the "deviceSel" paramter is 0: SX1262 or 1: SX1261. correct?
So it is more like the host is telling the chip what model it is, right?

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Hi Sfrank,

There is no way to separate a SX1261 and a SX1262 through the command interface. The commands you are highlighting are meant to tell the chip who he is.

Thanks,
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...more precisely, the default value is updated in the chip after you issue the SetPaSetting command, where you define if you pick the SX1261 or SX1262 with the deviceSel variable
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