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- NXP I2C demonstration board 2005-1 kit
The demonstration board is a 9.5 cm x 14 cm, 2-layer printed circuit board that includes the I²C slave products described in the products tab. A standard USB port provides bi-directional communication with the I²C devices allowing easy manipulation of the I²C devices without the need for an external power supply. An on-board LED illuminates after the USB host has successfully enumerated it. The Win-I2CUSB Lite software runs on Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, or XP and is compatible with any PC hardware having a minimum of a Pentium processor and an USB port.
The Win-I2CUSB Lite software is a custom version of the popular graphical user interface (GUI) supplied by The Boardshop. This version is designed to operate only with the specific devices and device addresses on the I²C Demonstration Board 2005-1 and subsequently issued daughter cards. The software has easy-to-use menus to let you select the device you want to control at bus frequencies up to 400 kHz. Via the Options menu, it is possible to control the I²C frequency and the switched 3.3- and 5.0-V power supplies. The GUI, shown controlling the PCA9531 8-bit LED dimmer interface, provides easy-to-use point-and-click control of the I²C devices without any technical knowledge.
The software has control panels for all the devices on the board. There is also a Universal Mode that allows users to create their own limited length I²C commands.
A full version of the Windows GUI software is included in a product called Win-I2CUSBDLL kit. The full version of the software operates over the entire address range, supports all I²C devices, and has a more powerful Universal Mode. The Win-I2CUSBDLL kit can be purchased from The Boardshop. The Win-I2CUSBDLL kit includes its own USB-to-I²C hardware adapter which is incompatible with the NXP I²C Demonstration Board 2005-1. To use the full version of the GUI with the NXP demonstration board, simply remove the microcontroller from the Win-I2CUSBDLL kit's USB-to-I²C hardware adapter and insert it into the microcontroller socket located on the NXP demonstration board.