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I2C and Analog Pins on Netduino 2

I2C Analog Netduino2

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#1 BrandonW6


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Posted 06 March 2013 - 03:09 PM



I'm curious about the pin changes between the netduino and the netduino 2.


I notice that there are a separate pair of pins now for i2c clock and data on the netduino 2.

Previously it was on analog pins 4/5 i believe.


So question: does this mean I am now able to use all 6 analog inputs while using i2c?


The final goal is to drive 6 servos, have 6 analog inputs to help control the servos, and an RGB LCD Display to control settings and options.


Should be all possible right?


Only corncern i have is that the LCD shield has connections for both the new I2C pin locations, as well as the old ones.  So I am thinking I will have to disconnect it from the analog pins.


Thanks in advance!



#2 TinkeringTurtle


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Posted 07 October 2013 - 04:23 AM

Yes, you should be able to use all of the analog ports now and even use them as digital I/O.

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