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Learn how the I2C-bus can simplify you design time and maximize functionality.
A quick guide to downloading, unzip, configuring and using Great Cow Basic. It is very simple. Download, unzip, run, edit the programming files and use! :-)
Notice: it should be '3' instead of '2' at 8:07 STM32F0 I2C Tutorial based on CubeMx and HAL library. In this part, I'll show how to connect to an HDC1080 temperature and humidity sensor through I2C communication. The sensor is sponsored by icstation.com. STMStudio tutorial: https://youtu.be/eTp-oUD7YwA Detailed explanation and code will be updated at: https://letanphuc.net/2017/05/stm32f0-i2c-tutorial-7/ Music: Nowhere Land By: Kevin Macleod
A high-level introduction to how the I2C-bus (IIC) works to simplify your board design and make functional upgrades a snap. • I2C-bus specification and user manual, including new UFm specifications http://www.nxp.com/documents/user_manual/UM10204.pdf • NXP I2C selection guide http://www.nxp.com/documents/leaflet/75017144.pdf • NXP I2C bus controllers and bridge ICs http://www.nxp.com/products/interface_and_connectivity/i2c/i2c_bus_controller_and_bridge_ics/
This is a demonstration of an OLED GLCD display that is a great way to way to add a small mono display to a Great Cow Basic project. The OLED GLCD display uses I2C to communicate and has its own pixel-addressable frame buffer. The 1.8" display has 128x64 mono pixels. The driver (SDD1306) also supports hardware scroll. The OLED GLCD is supported by the standard GCG GLCD driver and therefore supports Pixel draw, lines, boxes, circles etc. etc. Have fun with this very low cost display.
This video show how Great Cow Basic can be used to discover I2C devices. This shows many devices being discovered on the I2C bus.
This demonstrates I2C discovery and show I2C code examples. This uses the Great Cow Basic October 2013 I2C code.