CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro

CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro

Part Number: TP360210

Distribution: Physical Shipment

Availability: In-Stock

Price: $150.00
  • Receive a 20% discount on this product when purchased with any host adapter, interface, protocol analyzer, or development kit
  • Offer limited to 3 accessory boards for each host adapter, interface, protocol analyzer, or development kit purchased

The CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro is the ideal tool for the embedded systems developer working with CAN and I2C protocols. This board provides known-good target devices to help developers get up and running quickly.

Target devices featured on this activity board can operate as CAN nodes or I2C slaves. The CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro is compatible with the Komodo CAN Solo interface, the Komodo CAN Duo interface, and the Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter.

Detailed technical information about the CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro can be found in the User Manual.

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  • Motion Sensor
    LIS33DE 3-axis Linear Accelerometer (ST Microelectronics)
  • Light Sensor
    APDS-9300 Ambient Light Photo Sensor (Avago Technologies)
  • Port Expander #1
    PCA9554AD 8-pin Port Expander with pins configured as inputs or outputs (NXP Semiconductors)
  • Joystick, LEDs, and Port Expander #2
    TPA511GLFS 2-axis Joystick with five output pins (C&K Components)
    PCA9554AD Port Expander communicates the status over CAN and I2C (NXP Semiconductors)
  • Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC)
    AT90CAN32 8-bit ADC on the AT90CAN32 MCU (Atmel)
  • LCD Display
    NHD-0208AZ-RN-YBW 2x8 character LCD Display Module (Newhaven Display International)
  • Temperature Sensor
    DS75 Digital Thermometer and Thermostat (-55°C to +125°C) (Maxim Integrated Products)
Example Code

Example code for the CAN/I2C Activity Board Pro will be available in C, C#, Python, .NET, VB.NET, and VB6 as part of the Komodo Software API and Shared Library package in the Downloads section of this website. README.txt files are included in the package to explain each of the examples.