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Understanding I2C

I2C Netduino Plus 2

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#1 deashute


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Posted 30 October 2013 - 10:36 PM

Hi all,


I am a relative beginner when it comes to Netduino programming. I am attempting to use an Adafruit Motor Shield v2 with my Netduino Plus 2 to control two stepper motors. I've done a bit of research into the I2C protocol, but find myself somewhat confused about it's implementation, and how I can directly use it to control the steppers. Does anyone out there think they can help me to understand I2C's implementation?






I suppose I should also mention that I have, in searching the forums, found many an example of how to initialize an I2C device, however I am unsure of how to directly communicate with said device once initialized.

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Posted 30 October 2014 - 12:56 AM

This may be a bit late for you, but you could have a look at this:

--Tim Long

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