Wiring

Parts

Start by soldering the headers to the SGP30 breakout board.  Check out the Adafruit guide to excellent soldering if you're new to soldering.  Then continue on below to learn how to wire it to a Feather or Metro

The sensor uses I2C address 0x58 and cannot be changed

Wiring

Connect the SGP30 breakout to your board using an I2C connection.  Here's an example with a Feather M0:

  • Board 3.3V to sensor Vin (Feather is 3.3V logic)
  • Board ground / GND to sensor ground / GND.
  • Board SCL to sensor SCL.
  • Board SDA to sensor SDA.

Or Arduino-compatible:

  • Board 5V to Sensor Vin. (Metro is a 5V logic chip)
  • Board ground / GND to sensor ground / GND.
  • Board SCL to sensor SCL.
  • Board SDA to sensor SDA.
Last updated on 2018-01-12 at 01.51.16 PM Published on 2018-01-17 at 05.30.16 PM