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August 26, 2008
about 7 years ago
You could add in the features that up to 8 boards can be connected to the same bus thanks to the solder jumpers on the right of the board (ADDR mark).
Note for Arduino users : the pinning of power and I2C signals is compatible with an Arduino board, thus you can plug this breakout board right in the 4 last analog pins of your board without any shield
( as ‘Tod’ did with its BlinkM’s package, a wonderful idea)
The AVR code example is much more complicated for such a simple device. In modern days, most every AVR developer uses code library for I2C communication, thus a simpler code using AVRlib C lib or Arduino Wire code would be better.
I could write some examples if I had one this breakout board :)
about 8 years ago
Just a question for safety reason : what is the class of this laser ? We use it in beacons for robotics cup and there are several teams interested in lasers but have safety constraints. Thank you !
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