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.
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- Default addresses (both SPI and I2C)
- SPI versus I2C protocols
- Daisy-chaining BitWizard I2C boards
- USB Relay
- Model B+ compatibility
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.
- Temperature Interface
- Raspberry Juice
- Raspberry Relay
- User Interface
- 16 LEDs
- FT201X USB I2C slave
- FT220X USB 4-bit SPI/FT1248
- FT221X USB 8-bit SPI/FT1248
- FT230X USB to basic UART
- FT231X USB to full handshake UART
- FT240X USB 8-bit FIFO
- FT245RL V1.5 USB FIFO
- FT311D USB Android host, compatible with AOA (Android Open Accessory)
- FT312D USB Android host, compatible with AOA (Android Open Accessory)
- FT245RL breakout board
- FT2232H breakout board
- FTDI serial
- FTDI serial 2
- temperature control (ftdi_atmega, spi_temp, spi_relay).
Raspberry Pi projects
- Reducing power consumption of a raspberry Pi
- Connecting two 1602 LCDs and an RGB LED Strip to a Raspberry Pi
- Connecting a motor and 1602 LCD to a Raspberry Pi
- MPU-6050 sensor connected to Raspberry Pi
- raspberry pi expansion system page
- GPS reciever connected to Raspberry Pi
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/