How to use I2C on the P3-ROC
Related Config File Sections:
The P3-ROC contains an I2C port (J17) which is accessible to MPF. You can use this port to control any I2C-based device.
You need to connect SDA, SCL and ground. You may not need the 3.3V from the P3-ROC as your controller might be a different voltage (which you can then get directly from your power supply), but again that depends on the board.
I2C Servo Controller
For instance you can connect a servo controller via I2c. You can't plug the servo directly into the P3-ROC, rather, you can buy an I2C-based servo controller and plug it into the P3-ROC. However, a better option would be to use a servo on a PD-LED.
See I2C Platforms in MPF for other I2C hardware in MPF.
What if it did not work?
Have a look at our troubleshooting guide for the P/P3-Roc.
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