View all updates Dec 03, 2019

Announcing the I²CMini Campaign

The campaign for I²CMini is now live! Just like its bigger version I²CDriver, I²CMini is a tool for controlling I²C devices over USB. Together they make an ideal workflow: you can debug and develop with I²CDriver, and deploy with I²CMini.

I²CMini came from a supporter suggestion during the I²CDriver campaign. The idea of a "headless" I²CDriver started making sense to me as a I started to use I²CDriver in places where a display wasn’t needed. The I²CMini a a tiny interface between USB and I²C - perfect if you build IoT, sensor or other lightweight embedded I²C networks.

Just like I²CDriver and SPIDriver, the I²CMini is about helping makers make things. Thanks for your support.

Check out the I²CMini campaign to learn more and reserve yours!


$60,989 raised

of $2,700 goal

2,258% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$29

SPIDriver Core

A SPIDriver, complete with a set of hookup jumpers.


$59

SPIDriver Expert

A SPIDriver with hookup jumpers, an Arduino-style SPI adapter, a sweet 160x128 SPI LCD display, and an in-circuit flash programming clip.

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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