I²CDriver

by Excamera Labs

An easy-to-use tool for controlling I²C devices

View all updates Nov 28, 2018

Funded!

Well,

I didn’t expect to be posting this update so soon. I²CDriver has passed its funding goal, so it will certainly happen.

It’s really encouraging to see this happen. The people at Crowd Supply encouraged me on the way, and we hoped the campaign would hit its goal, but didn’t expect it to do so in the first 12 hours.

Thanks very much if you’re a backer. I really appreciate your support.

My time for the rest of the campaign will be spent answering questions from backers, finishing the documentation and examples, and arranging the manufacture and shipping.

Thanks again - please spread the word if you get a chance.


$57,861 raised

of $3,600 goal

1,607% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$29

I²CDriver Core

An I²CDriver with 3 sets of hookup jumpers.


$61

I²CDriver Expert

An I²CDriver 3 sets of hookup jumpers, 16 I²C modules, and 3 module carrier boards.


$79

I²CDriver Gold

An I²CDriver, 3 sets of hookup jumpers, 20 I²C modules, and 4 module carrier boards. Plus the I²CDriver's USB Serial ID custom programmed to an 8-character name of your choosing.


$149

I²CDriver Duo

Two Gold packages, for intense I²C users.

Credits

Excamera Labs

I'm dedicated to building useful hardware and software, particularly where embedded systems meet graphics and imaging. Probably my best known public projects are the Gameduino series of game accessory boards, and the J1 CPU. I have benefited immensely from Open Source hardware and software, so I try to open source as much as I can.


James Bowman

Creator


Boktech

PCBA Manufacturer

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