Japanese version available in lower half of this page. The write function takes 3 arguments:
I had to work my way through this the hard way with considerable help from Nathan C — thanks! I seem to have downloaded the software ok, but when I run the program I get: I asked for clarification on the ledchaser page, but no reply.
I have had the ladder game and tux crossing working ok. You should do this before trying to run the ledchaser. I sometimes get the error when I forget to re-connect the 5v lead back to the breadboard having disconnected it when not using the breadboard.
If you cannot see the MCP with i2cdetect, check your connections. I think he schematic is now pretty clear, if you use it with the pin-out diagram on the MCP data sheet. Perhaps simplifying things by only connecting one or two leds at first might help.
Once these flash, you can add the rest to get the chasing. If I try and run ledchaser. Or more importantly, anyone know how I can make this work on a Revision 2 Pi? SMBus 0 Replace it with this line: Thanks to Nathan Chantrell for the blog post at http: Revision 2 of RPi moved the i2c-0 pins to the P5 bank.
See article This is why using these pins, your i2c device will show up using: That worked for me. Everyting else seems to run fine on my raspberry, but I cannot seem to get i2c runn ing. I using the occidentalis distro. I wired and rewired the chip several times.
But, after a while, instead of grounding the 3 address pins, I put A2 to 3. I get this exception when I try to execute my code: Same as mpolaczyk and Jammie.
Any idea where python is looking for the modules? The error is shown as: Traceback most recent call last: No module named smbus In addition python complains about each line with the print statement.
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Features Business * the address is forced to 0 to indicate a write. * * @param address 8-bit I2C slave address [ addr | 0 ] * @param data Pointer to the byte-array data to send. Using this site ARM Forums and knowledge articles Most popular knowledge articles Frequently asked questions How do I navigate the site?
Thanks bboy, I was able to hookup an I2C device using your instructions on pins 16 and 17 of the nRF Breakout.
Jan 11, · Hi there, I'm attempting to read/write the memory in the NFC tag using an mbed microcontroller over I2C. First, I am attempting to read the session registers from the tag using the given protocol from the specification (see: initiativeblog.com).
Using mbed, I have written a function that will attempt to do this, it puts a start condition on the bus, then the I2C address (0xAA), and gets an Reviews: 1. I2C is a two wire serial protocol that allows an I2C Master exchange data with an I2C Slave.
The I2C protocol support upto devices per bus. The I2C interface can be used for writing data words out of the I2C port, returning the data recieved back from I2C slave. int write (int address, const char *data, int length, bool repeated=false) Write to an I2C slave.
int write (int data) Write single byte out on the I2C bus. void start (void) Creates a start condition on the I2C bus.