This Feather To IoT Adapter For Particle and Feather Modules was designed to connect the Particle Argon, Boron, Xenon or Feather Modules to any of our Particle Electron IoT devices. If you have existing NCD IoT interface products and wants to use them with new Particle Argon, Boron, Xenon or Feather Modules then look no further. This Feather To IoT Adapter module is all you need to convert your existing product into new feather products.
This adapter includes a Level-Shifted I2C Communication Bus to the Particle Argon, Boron, Xenon or Feather Modules.
Connect sensors for light level monitoring, gas level detection, temperature and humidity monitoring, as well as many types of motion, acceleration, and direction sensors.
Connect our entire array of relay controllers, digital I/O expanders, PWM controllers, and current monitoring devices to your next IoT application with a simple daisy-chain interface.
This Feather To IoT Adapter For Particle and Feather Modules maps the I2C, SPI,IO and Power connections only. The IO connections are mapped like this
What is the I2C Interface?
NCD is the creator of plug and play modular hardware using the NCD I2C Interface connector standard. NCD I2C devices allow you to chain together several devices on the I2C bus, and communicate to each device individually at high speed (subject to the limitations of I2C). The NCD I2C Interface uses a standard 4-Pin I2C Input and I2C Output connector. NCD I2C devices communicate 5V I2C data and provides 5V DC power through this connector. NCD I2C devices use standard I2C communications for all data transport, which is supported by nearly every microcontroller in production today. The NCD I2C Interface is strictly a 5V standard, which is ideal for transport across longer cables. NCD I2C devices always include a 6″ (152mm) 4-conductor I2C cable. NCD I2C Mini Modules always include a 3″ (76mm) 4-conductor I2C cable. Cables and connectors are available separately for designers who would like to include their own NCD I2C Interface into their designs.
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