Description: 2 Wire Serial Communication (I2C) EEPROM - The back bone of any microprocessor project. These 8 pin chips need only two wires to communicate and retain their data even with power failure. Use the 256K EEPROM for some serious data storage!
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This cheap EEPROM adds an additional 32kB of non volatile memory. A typical Arduino has between 1kB-4kB of EEPROM, so it is a big help.
The non-english demo worked out of the box!
I run an Arduino Mega-based dial up BBS called “The 8th Bit”, and I plan on upgrading my message board capacity from 4kB to 32kB. It’ll probably help wonders!