i have an eeprom on my PCB that i wished to additionally protect, so i put it in isolated circuit. So i added a isoalted DC/DC 3.3V to 3.3V converter (1W), and a ADUM1250 bidirectional isolator to isolate i2c communication and i have pull up resistor on both side of i2c. I checked i2c on the primary side (the left side which has MCU on) with osciloscope, and the I2C signal gets sent, but nothing comes out on the secodanry side of ADUM. If i remove ADUM isolator and just brick connections with wire, the i2c on eeprom works. But with ADUM isoaltor, nothing gets through. Could it be that ADUM is damaged or is tehre something else im missing (i always use full ESD protection when handling components and sodlering).