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An automatic alarm mode maybe. Something that can be set for a specific distance and then you only get an alert when something enters that range.
You are talking about RAM, not EEPROM, right? I sugest to save the last register configuration in the EEPROM, especially the I2C address. Someone might want to change the address if it uses more than one module, so it needs to be saved so it doesnt have to repeat the change every time. Some other registers might need the same thing.
Yes its called the axon.