PalmTreesandPICs

Member Since: November 1, 2010

Country: Panama

Profile

Bio

Im Panamanian…

Spoken Languages

english & spanish

Programming Languages

C++ and whatever i need for PICs.

Universities

Old Dominion University

Expertise

Omnipotence

  • “Sweetheart, I once performed an emergency C-Section on a pregnant Gorn… Octoplets, Let me tell you those little bastards Bite! … I think I can work some magic on your Arduino”

  • Man I love the awkward guy at 4:00 walking into the shot, panicking, and leaving the shot.

  • THIS….. IS….. SPAARKFFUUUN!!!!

  • I’m just wondering if any one actually noticed the little muscle man in the bottom left corner…

    I found that to be the funniest thing in this pic.

  • Hey, you in the middle with the hat, I see you like my GUNS!

  • Hmm… I got lots of code I would love to share! I use CCS to code, which is not an open source compiler…. so its not really compilable by many people.

    anyways… lemme finish up mah codes and ill wrap them up in a nice bundle for you to post.

    Again.. the pinout on this board is great… more boards with this pin out please!

  • this breakout board contains all the resistors and capacitors needed…. all you need to get this to work is 5V, GND, SDA, SCK…

    The 22uf capacitor is a bypass capacitor… it should not be a problem if you use a close approximation to the value specified.

  • For the next revision, or any other breakout board with this orientation, can you please swap the power pins?

    if you do that, it will have the same pinout as the HIH-6130 bob…which has the perfect pinout to prototype with 28pin PICs like the 16F886, using port B.

  • Sweet sensor…Thanks for carrying this.

    I tested this side by side with a SHT15 and got the same results… few +/- few %Points on the RH. It costs atleast half than a SHT15 on DigiKey, for no aparent reason.

    This breakout board is great. I mean ITS PERFECT!! The pinout matches exactly with GND, VCC and PORT B, on a 28pin PIC - I.E.: 16F886

    I wish all your breakout boards had this pin out.

    thank you sparkfun for shaving that Yak for me.

  • Since I am working on code for this today, I thought id share some things. I use Arduino for men, or PIC’s as we call them, so the code above does not work for me. (puts down match box and waits for flames to start)

    The data sheet above is all nice about specs, precision, and Honeywell glory. However, its quite scarce on communication data, but it does make a reference to some documents that do:

    http://www.phanderson.com/arduino/I2CCommunications.pdf

    … thats just the first link i found on google… That should help others more than the datasheet actually, especially if you are new to I2C.

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