Daisy-24 is a mini I2C terminal which mounts a Winstar alphanumeric 16x2 chars LCD module and 4 push buttons. It is as Terra Board front panel or as normal Daisy module for the FOX Board G20 or other board with Daisy connectors.
Here is the list of Daisy connectors where is available the I2C bus so it is possible to plug the DAISY-24 module:
|D10||TERRA and TERRA-M|
|D13||TERRA and TERRA-M|
|D16||TERRA and TERRA-M|
|D1||FOXG20 + DAISY-1|
|D6||FOXG20 + DAISY-1|
|D8||FOXG20 + DAISY-1|
The insert key on Daisy-24 ensure the right way to plug the flat cable.
Using the PCB header bottom side it is possible to plug and weld the board directly on a carrier board (see the Terra board) as shown below.
In this case is not requested the daisy flat cable.
Here is the list of know boards using the Daisy-24 module:
In this example are used two I2C address for the I2C explander used on the Daisy-24 board. To select which is the address to use read on the black IC code:
Schematics, mechanical drawings, component datasheets, etc. are available on the Hardware reference page.
Daisy-24 mini alphanumeric I2C 16x2 characters LCD module with 4 push buttons. Usable as Terra Board front panel or as normal Daisy module for other board with Daisy connectors.
Note: the daisy flat cable to wire this board is not included. Don't forget to buy it (code FLAT-20CM). It is not needed if you plug
it directly on a Terra board.
20 cm ribbon cable with 10 wires compatible with the Acme Daisy Cabling System.
At least one of these cables is required to connect each Daisy module.
if you need different lengths please consider making your own the cable using the IDC socket JJ-02291-10P-F and the flat cable FC-3754-1M.
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