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Using the instructions on [[ZipItRTC]] as a base you can easily add a 4 pin connector to the outside of your [[ZipIt]] providing the I2C signals for any addon projects you choose.
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Using the instructions on [[ZipIt RTC]] as a base you can easily add a 4 pin connector to the outside of your [[ZipIt]] providing the I2C signals for any addon projects you choose.
  
 
Use as short of wires as possible to avoid causing problems with the I2C bus in the [[ZipIt]]. The I2C bus is REQUIRED for many functions of the [[ZipIt]] to function.
 
Use as short of wires as possible to avoid causing problems with the I2C bus in the [[ZipIt]]. The I2C bus is REQUIRED for many functions of the [[ZipIt]] to function.
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There are many I2C devices available for you to experiment with, here are some interesting examples:
 
There are many I2C devices available for you to experiment with, here are some interesting examples:
  
* Dallas DS1338 - Real Time Clock w/ 56byte [[NVRam]], used in the [[ZipItRTC]] example.
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* Dallas DS1338 - Real Time Clock w/ 56byte [[NVRam]], used in the [[ZipIt RTC]] example.
 
* Dallas DS1621 - Digial Thermometer & Thermostat
 
* Dallas DS1621 - Digial Thermometer & Thermostat
 
* National Semiconductor LM75 - Digital Thermometer
 
* National Semiconductor LM75 - Digital Thermometer

Revision as of 12:28, 24 September 2007

Using the instructions on ZipIt RTC as a base you can easily add a 4 pin connector to the outside of your ZipIt providing the I2C signals for any addon projects you choose.

Use as short of wires as possible to avoid causing problems with the I2C bus in the ZipIt. The I2C bus is REQUIRED for many functions of the ZipIt to function.

There are many I2C devices available for you to experiment with, here are some interesting examples:

  • Dallas DS1338 - Real Time Clock w/ 56byte NVRam, used in the ZipIt RTC example.
  • Dallas DS1621 - Digial Thermometer & Thermostat
  • National Semiconductor LM75 - Digital Thermometer
  • Philips PCF8574 - 8 Bit I/O Expander
  • Philips PCD3312C - DTMF / modem / Musical Tone Generator
  • Linear LTC1710 - I2C / SMBus Dual N-Channel Switch

There are far too many I2C compatible devices to list here.