I2C Breakout PCB for NodeMCUDesigned by makeSmart(), Ships from United States of America
What is it? A PCB to take your breadboard project to the next level. There are 3 I2C connections from D1 and D2 as well as 3.3v and Gnd - a common (but not universal) connection from sensors like t...Read More…
A PCB to take your breadboard project to the next level. There are 3 I2C connections from D1 and D2 as well as 3.3v and Gnd - a common (but not universal) connection from sensors like the BME280 Temperature and Humidity sensor, OLED display, and the MPU6050 Accelerometer/Gyrometer
2x 3.5mm mini-pin jacks wired to D6 and D7 with a resistor between them for 1-wire (in my case 2 DS18B20 waterproof temperature sensors)
Another 3.5mm mini-pin jack wired to A0, 3.3v, and D3 - which I generally set to LOW as GND. I use this as a makeshift Water sensor probe with a standard male to male mini-pin cable which works remarkably well.
And Button wired to D5 - I use it to reset WIFI
There are mounting holes for standoffs on 3 corners
Use one or all of the breakouts - they work independently
I have about 20 sensors around the house; breadboards weren't cutting it anymore.
The cool blueish color and gold pads ;-)
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I am mostly a software guy (databases, web, Apple, etc.) This is my first dive into hardware, which was always a dream for me. Thanks to all who have helped me along the way, especially WhatNick! (who I found on this site) He help design this my main PCB and got me off of breadboards.