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It is expressly forbidden to add information intended to promote other sites. It is expressly forbidden to have a program add accounts and add articles with links to other sites.  
 
It is expressly forbidden to add information intended to promote other sites. It is expressly forbidden to have a program add accounts and add articles with links to other sites.  
  
= help =
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= How-to's =
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* [[Beginners guide to SPI on Raspberry Pi]]
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* [[Installing and booting FriendlyArm mini6410]]
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= DMX =
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* [[Dmx interface for raspberry pi]]
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* [[Assembling the DMX case]]
  
If you have trouble finding things on this wiki you can:
 
* use the search function on the left
 
* send us an Email
 
* or use the forum: http://forum.bitwizard.nl/
 
  
 
= Kits =
 
= Kits =
 
* [[RGB clock]]
 
* [[RGB clock]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi camera extension kit]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi camera extension kit]]
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= Developement boards =
 
= Developement boards =
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* [[FTDI_ATmega]]
 
* [[FTDI_ATmega]]
 
* [[USB-multio]]
 
* [[USB-multio]]
* [[usbbigmultio]]
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* [[Usbbigmultio]]
 
* [[Cyclone dev board]]
 
* [[Cyclone dev board]]
  
 
= Expansion boards =
 
= Expansion boards =
  
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== General ==
 
* [[Default addresses]] (both SPI and I2C)
 
* [[Default addresses]] (both SPI and I2C)
 
* [[SPI versus I2C protocols]]
 
* [[SPI versus I2C protocols]]
 
* [[Daisy-chaining BitWizard I2C boards]]
 
* [[Daisy-chaining BitWizard I2C boards]]
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* [[USB Relay]]
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* [[Model B+ compatibility]]
  
== General pages ==
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== Board specific pages ==
 
 
 
These expansion boards come in I2C and SPI versions, and thus can be connected to a single bus. This allows you to easily expand your microcontroller system with new functions, without the cost of additional I/O pins.
 
These expansion boards come in I2C and SPI versions, and thus can be connected to a single bus. This allows you to easily expand your microcontroller system with new functions, without the cost of additional I/O pins.
  
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* [[7FETs|7FETs]]
 
* [[7FETs|7FETs]]
 
* [[3FETs|3FETs]]
 
* [[3FETs|3FETs]]
* [[temp|temp]]
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* [[temp|Temperature Interface]]
* [[thermocouple]]
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* [[relay|Relay/BigRelay]]
* [[relay|relay]]
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* [[motor|Motor]]
* [[motor|motor]]
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* [[PiPower|PiPower]]
 
* [[PiPower|PiPower]]
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* [[Raspberry Juice]]
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* [[Raspberry Relay]]
 
* [[User Interface|User Interface]]
 
* [[User Interface|User Interface]]
 
* [[7_Segment]]
 
* [[7_Segment]]
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* [[SPI_SPI]]
 
* [[SPI_SPI]]
* [[pushbutton]]
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* [[rtc]]
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* [[Pushbutton]]
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* [[Rtc]]
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* [[Dimmer]]
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* [[16 LEDs]]
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== Other boards ==
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* [[USB-SATA powerswitch]]
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* [[USB-opto]]
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* [[Servotester]]
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* [[USB-step]]
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* [[Usb ws2812]]
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* [[USB relay board]]
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== Other ==
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= Breakout boards =
  
* [[16 LEDs]]
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* [[Raspberry Pi Serial]]
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* [[Dio breakout]]
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== FTDI chips ==
  
= Breakout boards =
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* [[FT201X]] USB I2C slave
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* [[FT220X]] USB 4-bit SPI/FT1248
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* [[FT221X]] USB 8-bit SPI/FT1248
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* [[FT230X]] USB to basic UART
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* [[FT231X]] USB to full handshake UART
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* [[FT240X]] USB 8-bit FIFO
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* [[FT245RL V1.5]] USB FIFO
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* [[FT311D]] USB Android host, compatible with AOA (Android Open Accessory)
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* [[FT312D]] USB Android host, compatible with AOA (Android Open Accessory)
 
* [[FT245RL breakout board]]
 
* [[FT245RL breakout board]]
 
* [[FT2232H breakout board]]
 
* [[FT2232H breakout board]]
* [[Raspberry Pi Serial]]
 
 
* [[FTDI serial]]
 
* [[FTDI serial]]
 
* [[FTDI serial 2]]
 
* [[FTDI serial 2]]
  
= Other boards =
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== I2C chips ==
* [[USB-SATA powerswitch]]
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* [[I2C DAC|Dual MCP4726 DAC]]
* [[USB-opto]]
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* [[I2C ADC|MCP3424 ADC]]
* [[Servotester]]
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* [[I2C splitter|PCA9548A I2C switch/mux]]
* [[USB relay board]]
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* [[IO Expander|MCP23008 IO Expander]]
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* [[I2C accellerometer]]
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* [[I2C magnetometer]]
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* [[I2C pressure sensor]]
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== SPI chips ==
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* [[IO Expander|MCP23S08 IO Expander]]
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* [[SPI DAC|MCP4822 DAC]]
  
 
= Sample programs =
 
= Sample programs =
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* [[Usbio ACM sample program]]
 
* [[Usbio ACM sample program]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi LCD program]]
 
* [[Raspberry Pi LCD program]]
 
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= Preparing your developement environment =
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= Preparing your development environment =
 
* [[Linux]]
 
* [[Linux]]
 
* [[Windows]]
 
* [[Windows]]
 
* [[MacOS]]
 
* [[MacOS]]
 
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= Sample projects =
 
= Sample projects =
* [[temperature control]] (ftdi_atmega, spi_temp, spi_relay).
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* [[Temperature control]] (ftdi_atmega, spi_temp, spi_relay).
  
 
= Raspberry Pi projects =
 
= Raspberry Pi projects =
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* [[Connecting a motor and 1602 LCD to a Raspberry Pi]]
 
* [[Connecting a motor and 1602 LCD to a Raspberry Pi]]
 
* [[MPU-6050 sensor connected to Raspberry Pi]]
 
* [[MPU-6050 sensor connected to Raspberry Pi]]
* [[raspberry pi expansion system page]]
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* [[Raspberry pi expansion system page]]
* [[GPS reciever connected to Raspberry Pi]]
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* [[GPS receiver connected to Raspberry Pi]]
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* [[User Interface]]
  
== How-to's ==
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= Help! =
* [[RPi_SPI_wheezy|Beginners guide to SPI on Raspberry Pi]] (Raspbian “wheezy”)
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* [[Beginners guide to SPI on Raspberry Pi]] (Debian "Squeeze". Obsolete; not recommended for fresh/new installations)
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If you have trouble finding things on this wiki you can:
* [[installing and booting FriendlyArm mini6410]]
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* Use the search function in bar at the top (on the right).
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* [http://www.bitwizard.nl/contact.php Contact us]
  
 
= Miscellaneous =
 
= Miscellaneous =
 
* [[Solder jumpers]]
 
* [[Solder jumpers]]
 
* [[SPI_connector_pinout]]
 
* [[SPI_connector_pinout]]
* [[template]]
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* [[Template]]
 
* [[Nikon D80 wired remote]]
 
* [[Nikon D80 wired remote]]
 
* [[Iphone 3GS camera]]
 
* [[Iphone 3GS camera]]

Latest revision as of 07:42, 7 July 2017

BitWizard documentation wiki.

This WIKI is for documentation of the BitWizard SPI/I2C expansion system and other boards, available from the BitWizard Shop. If you are considering adding information that is not related to one of our products, please contact us beforehand.
It is expressly forbidden to add information intended to promote other sites. It is expressly forbidden to have a program add accounts and add articles with links to other sites.

How-to's


DMX


Kits


Developement boards

Expansion boards

General

Board specific pages

These expansion boards come in I2C and SPI versions, and thus can be connected to a single bus. This allows you to easily expand your microcontroller system with new functions, without the cost of additional I/O pins.

Other boards

Breakout boards

FTDI chips

I2C chips


SPI chips

Sample programs

Sample projects

Raspberry Pi projects

Help!

If you have trouble finding things on this wiki you can:

  • Use the search function in bar at the top (on the right).
  • Contact us

Miscellaneous