by Excamera Labs

An easy-to-use tool for controlling I²C devices

View all updates Jan 08, 2019

Manufacturing Update

If you haven’t backed the I²CDriver campaign yet, it’s ending quite soon. So you have about 48 hours to back it, and be the first to get the I²CDriver and - if you like - associated goodies.

Running the campaign over the holiday break has meant that I haven’t posted proper updates. In between relaxing, I have been preparing for the manufacturing run, which is now just about to start. This is the test fixture for I²CDriver. Each PCB will be plugged into this by the manufacturer. In about 2 seconds it loads the I²CDriver’s firmware with a program that runs a set of self-tests, and shows the result on the screen.

Getting it constructed and sent over to the Boktech is a big milestone, necessary before they can start the manufacturing run.

Thanks for all your support - it’s going to be great getting I²CDriver into the hands of so many makers.

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Product Choices


I²CDriver Core

An I²CDriver with 3 sets of hookup jumpers.


I²CDriver Expert

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


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.


I²CDriver Duo

Two Gold packages, for intense I²C users.


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



PCBA Manufacturer

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