I²CMini

by Excamera Labs

A tiny USB to I²C bridge that is compatible with I²CDriver

Backers

  • Mark G

    Ithaca, NY

  • Brett S

    Atlanta, GA

  • Chris F

    North Vancouver, Canada

  • Viesulas S

    Vacaville, CA

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    San Jose, CA

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    San Jose, CA

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    VILNIUS, Lithuania

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    Merelbeke, Belgium

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    boca raton, FL

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    Austin, TX

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    imola, Italy

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    Chatham, MA

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    Wilmington, NC

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    Berlin, Germany

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    Minato-ku, Japan

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    Mountain View, CA

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    Chuluota, FL

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    Fairfield, CA

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    oklahoma city, OK

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    Santa Fe, NM

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    Columbia, MO

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    Siegburg, Germany

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    JÖNKÖPING, Sweden

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    Nizhniy Novgorod, Russian Federation

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    Bellevue, WA

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    Seattle, WA

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    Torre del Lago Puccini, Italy

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    Rochester Hills, MI

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    Baltimore, MD

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    Encino, CA

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    Sunnyvale, CA

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    Calgary, Canada

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    Shenandoah, VA

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    Colleyville, TX

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    Eitorf, Germany

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    Redwood City, CA

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    Vancouver, WA

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    Lausanne, Switzerland

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    Bellevue, WA

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    Broomfield, CO

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    Seattle, WA

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    Glen Burnie, MD

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    Leesburg, FL

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    London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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    Whistler, Canada

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    Stockton, NJ

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    London, United Kingdom

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    Zorneding, Germany

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    Zurich, Switzerland

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    san rafael, CA

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    Columbus, OH

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    Highland, UT

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    Concord, CA

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    Hamilton, NJ

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    Walpole, NH

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    Menlo Park, CA

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    Dallas, TX

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    Blue Springs, MO

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    Australia

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    North Bend, WA

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    Palo Alto, CA

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    Moscow, Russian Federation

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    San Francisco, CA

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    Cedar Lake, IN

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    STILLWATER, MN

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    Livingston, MT

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    Vällingby, Sweden

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    Issaquah, WA

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    Mechanicsville, VA

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    Greer, SC

  • Kim R

    New Zealand

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    Tempe, AZ

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    Germantown, TN

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    Sunnyvale, CA

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    Anamosa, IA

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    Sunnyvale, CA

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    Nürnberg, Germany

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    Saline, MI

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    Durham, Canada

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    Hobbs, NM

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    Orlando, FL

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    Joliet, IL

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    Bad Bellingen, Germany

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    Oslo, Norway

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    bainbridge island, WA

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    Wakefield, MA

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    Staunton, Nr. Corse, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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    Atlanta, GA

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    Vaterstetten, Germany

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    Grafton, WI

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    Oakland, CA

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    Edmonton, Canada

  • Marcus H

    Markdorf, Germany


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Product Choices

$17

I²CMini Core

An I²CMini from the first batch with a quicc cable.


$43

I²CMini Expert

Three I²CMinis from the first batch, three quicc cables, six I²C modules, and two module carrier boards.


$63

I²CMini Gold

Three I²CMinis from the first batch, three quicc cables, 20 I²C modules, and four module carrier boards.

Credits

Excamera Labs


James Bowman

Creator


Boktech

PCBA Manufacturer

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