Raspberry Pi to Arduino communication using I2C and
Connecting an LCD to your Raspberry Pi will spice up almost any project, but what if your pins are tied up with connections to other modules? No problem, just connect your LCD with I2C, it only uses two pins (well, four if you count the ground and power).
Connecting an Arduino to a Raspberry PI using I2C
I2C is a multi-device bus used to connect low-speed peripherals to computers and embedded systems. The Raspberry Pi supports this interface on its GPIO header and it …
Configuring Your Pi for I2C - Adafruit 16 Channel Servo
This will permit connecting directly to the Raspberry Pi ports and other 3. 3-volt devices without having to do level shifting. Quite a number of Pi projects involve connecting sensors and devices directly to the GPIO pins. This is not a good idea.
How to Work with I2C Communication in Raspberry Pi
Have a successful connection between Arduino and Raspberry Pi using I2C Communication Protocol. I2C Communication between Arduino and Raspberry Pi by Madhav Reddy
Connecting a LCD1602 with an I2C module to your Raspberry
Some time ago I created a weather station using a Raspberry PI and an off the shelf weather station, connecting the two via USB. However, for some time not I’ve been meaning to create a weather station from scratch – i. e. one or more Raspberry PI’s which connect to the network (via Ethernet or WiFi) and directly monitor the sensors directly.
Use the Raspberry Pi I2C Interface to Connect to a Device
/31/2013The second installment of U-GPRV related videos, this time showing how to set up an I2C connection between the Raspberry Pi and Arduino Uno with the use of a Logic Level Converter to translate the
Raspberry Pi and Arduino Connected Over Serial GPIO
I can connect it via I2C, gain the address of the ADXL345 as 0x53, but then I can't see how to read the data. I know that the x,y and z data is on 0x32 to 0x37, but I can't see how to return the data within MATLAB. I find the video 'Using MATLAB and Raspberry Pi with an I2C Sensor' somewhat useful until, again it comes to reading the data.
I2C - BMP180 Temperature and Pressure Sensor
I2C is a bus. You can connect multiple devices to a bus. I2C requires that each device on the bus has a unique address (generally a small number between 0 and 127). Manufactures tend to give different types of device different addresses, so normally there is no need to do anything special.