What is it? This Flex Module with switch between up to 8 i2c buses. It is perfect for resolving i2c address conflicts or utilizing multiple i2c devices that either don't have enough or any address...Read More…
This Flex Module with switch between up to 8 i2c buses. It is perfect for resolving i2c address conflicts or utilizing multiple i2c devices that either don't have enough or any address-ability. The board utilizes the TCA9548 or the PCA9548 depending on our stock. As an i2c switch, 1 or more channels may be selected simultaneously. The module will interface its 3.3V with 1.8V or 5.5V devices on the downstream channels.
Fyber Labs produced this board specifically to support multiple LRA Haptic Flex Modules on a single i2c master.
The Flex Module size and three address solder bridges to support up to 8 switches and 64 i2c buses.
Designed, fabricated, and shipped from the US.
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Fyber Labs is based in Kirkland, WA. We are developing wearable electronics for consumers and makers. Our Flex Module line is available on Tindie. While we are working on our consumer products, we are happy to share our development system with fellow hobbyists and engineers.
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