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i2c-tiny-usb

The i2c-tiny-usb is a open source/open hardware project. It is meant to replace those i2c printer port interfaces often used to connect i2c sensor chips (e.g. temperature sensors) to a Linux PC. It is fully documented and based on cheap and easy to obtain hardware. It comes with a Linux kernel driver, and can thus re-use existing Linux i2c client chip drivers. It additionally comes with a libusb-based demo application that also works under Windows and Mac OS.

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  •  06 Jan 2007 00:46

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    07 Jan 2007 12:07 Dratman

    i2c interface
    Cool! I love open hardware.

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