Electronic enthusiasts and developers might be meddlesome in a new further to a ever-growing operation of electronic components accessible from Adafruit, in a form of a Wio Lite Grove Shield FeatherWing for all Feathers. Now accessible to squeeze for $5.95 a Grove Shield FeatherWing provides 10 Grove connectors in one accessible shield.
“If you’re regulating other Feather boards, and usually regulating a UART (RX/TX), I2C (SDA/SCL) or analog pins (A0-A5), a numbering will compare adult usually excellent given that’s a same on flattering most all Feather play (some, like a ESP8266, don’t have A1-A5 pins). But for a digital connectors, you’ll need to demeanour and compare a pin numbers from a Feather you’ve got to a Grove connects given some Feathers have opposite digital pin numbering. Or use a multimeter to determine connectivity. It’s not a large understanding as prolonged as we know to watch out for it, and it usually affects a 4 digital connectors.”
Connections embody :
– 4 Grove analog connectors, 2 analog pins each, 5 analog pins in sum (they’re in pairs)
– 4 Grove digital connectors, 2 digital pins each, 5 digital pins in sum (they’re in pairs)
– 1 Grove I2C connector (these will also fit a 4-pin STEMMA connectors)
– 1 Grove UART connector (RX and TX)
Adafruit explains that a house was designed for Feathers with a Feather 32u4 / M0 / M4 / nRF52840 / etc pin numbering! So a pin numbers subsequent to any Grove connector compare a pin numbering used on those Feathers. That is, after a I2C pins, a pins go D5, D6, D9, D10, D11 in that order.
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