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  • Some more good prototyping boards are the "perma-proto" boards from Adafruit. You can get them here: https://www.adafruit.com/index.php?main_page=adasearch&q=perma-proto and here: http://www.makershed.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=perma-proto&Submit=Search

    These are MUCH nicer than the Radio Shack boards. The holes are plated through with pads on both sides, so they are a lot less likely to come off with to much heat(plus you can solder from the bottom or top). If you use solderless breadboards, the layout on these matches them so you can easily transfer a circuit from one.

  • SCL and SDA are not parameterized because they are a hardware I2C function of the micro-controller. You could bit-bang the I2C interface on other pins in software.

    The ADJD-S311 does have a sleep pin. You should be able to connect more than one on the same I2C bus and talk to them individually by putting all of them except the one you are talking to sleep.

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