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  • umm, this emailed as available and there is not even a price or option to add to cart. huh?

  • You can set the I2C address in the utility. You need to connect it via USB using something like an FTDI cable as if you were flashing the firmware. Then you run the reader/writer/config utility and under I2C address you can change it. The default setting is like 99 and most Arduino projects want it to be 42 or 46 or whatever (don't recall).

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