In addition, it continuously displays an address map of all attached I²C devices, so as you connect a device, it lights up on the map. You’ll never have to ask “is this thing even switched on?” again.
The current and voltage monitoring let you catch electrical problems early. The included color-coded wires make hookup a cinch; no pinout diagram is required. It includes a separate 3.3 V supply for your devices, a high-side current meter, and programmable pull-up resistors for both I²C lines.
There are three I²C ports, so you can hook up multiple devices without any fuss.
I²CDriver comes with free (as in freedom) software to control it from:
- a GUI
- the command-line
- C and C++ using a single source file
- Python 2 and 3, using a module
Comes with an assembled and tested I2CDriver board plus some jumper cables. The VEML7700 Breakout shown in the demo not included
- Maximum power out current: up to 470 mA
- Device current: up to 25 mA
- Dimensions: 61 mm x 49 mm x 6 mm
- Computer interface: USB 2.0, micro USB connector
|Shipping weight:||0,03 Kg|
|Dimensions ( length × width × height ):||6,50 × 5,00 × 2,00 cm|