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Unlock a world of expansion controllers for use with the Raspberry Pi Zero using the PZI2C expansion.
The PZI2C provides a 5 Volt I2C expansion port, allowing your Raspberry Pi Zero to connect to an ever-growing array of expansion devices from NCD.
Connect sensors for light level monitoring, gas level detection, temperature and humidity monitoring, as well as many types of motion, acceleration, and direction sensors.
Connect our entire array of relay controllers, digital I/O expanders, PWM controllers, and current monitoring devices to the Raspberry Pi Zero with a simply daisy-chain interface.
The PZI2C provides a true level-shifted +5V I2C communication port to the Raspberry Pi Zero, making it one of the most important expansions available. The PZI2C allows you to expand your Raspberry Pi Zero into the world of hardware so you can focus on software. The PZI2C includes a 40-Pin pass-through connector, allowing other expansions to safely stack above this device, making it a truly non-invasive upgrade.
This is a nodeLynk Master adapter. nodeLynk Master adapters speak to a chain of nodeLynk devices using I2C communications.
Chain expansion devices using nodeLynk. Connect a wide variety of accessories to expand the capabilities of a nodeLynk compatible controller. Use nodeLynk to add Relay Controllers, Sensors, PWM Drivers, Displays, and a wide variety of 4-20mA, 0-10V ADCs and DACs, as well as a wide array of TTL & Isolated GPIO devices. All nodeLynk devices use I2C communications to chain devices together. nodeLynk is an easy way to expand functionality without soldering. nodeLynk allows expansion in seconds so you can focus on your software and firmware development.
This adapter provides a general-purpose I2C port, compatible with our complete line of I2C devices. Control relays, monitor current, read just about any kind of sensor you can imagine.
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