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Make a sensor interface for your computer for under a buck!Update 6/9/08: After exploring several avenues I've concluded there is no practical manner of implementing this technique in ...
One way of connecting I2C devices to an ordinary desktop or laptop computer is through a USB-to-I2C adapter. There are at least a dozen such options out there, ...
When I said in the introduction that there's no external I2C port on most computers, I lied. Turns out there is, and it's been there all along for ...
Four wires are needed for our I2C interface: +5V power, ground, serial data and serial clock. Pinouts for the various types of video ports can be found on ...
Here's the finished adapter. That's all there is to it! I made mine extra stubby so it could fit easily in my laptop bag, and added a four-pin ...
Mac OS X and Linux source code for working with the adapter can be downloaded from my web site (download link is at bottom of page). It's written ...
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