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genesisfm

Hello,

I have a question, i have the following USB-I2C convertor: http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/usb_i2c_tech.htm
And i want to make communication between the Arduino Uno (slave) and my PC (maser).
But i tried a lot but i cant find a solution to make this configuration work.
I checked the arduino and my USB-I2C and both works!

I want to run a VB.Net script on my PC to communicate with my arduino.

Can someone help me?
Thank you!

Rob

retrolefty


Hello,

I have a question, i have the following USB-I2C convertor: http://www.robot-electronics.co.uk/htm/usb_i2c_tech.htm
And i want to make communication between the Arduino Uno (slave) and my PC (maser).
But i tried a lot but i cant find a solution to make this configuration work.
I checked the arduino and my USB-I2C and both works!

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I want to run a VB.Net script on my PC to communicate with my arduino.

Can someone help me?
Thank you!

Rob


Seems a backwards way to communicate between an attached arduino board and a PC application. Why not just use the USB serial link provided by the arduino board?

Lefty

genesisfm

Long time ago i buy a USB-I2C convertor.
And i see that my arduino also have I2C so i want to try this connection :)
And if this works well i want to use I2C as a bus for PC and my arduino's.

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