The Binho Nova Multi-Protocol USB Host Adapter allows you to interface your computer directly to hardware circuits. This device is powered by the USB connection to the host PC and is also able to provide downstream power to test circuits. The following guide details how to use a Binho Nova with CircuitPython libraries to interface with sensors and components via I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit), SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface), GPIO's (General Purpose Input/Output), or UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter).

Parts

The Binho Nova Multi-Protocol USB Host Adapter allows you to interface your computer directly to hardware circuits. This device is powered...
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And things we'll be connecting to!

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This guide was first published on Dec 18, 2019. It was last updated on Dec 18, 2019.

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