Unleash Your Creativity with easyC

EasyC

What is EASYC?

EasyC is a robust system that streamlines the connection of microcontroller boards, sensors, and actuators.

With easyC, you can focus on ideation and innovation, while we handle the complexities of hardware interfacing.

Why Choose easyC?

EasyC

Solder-Free Connections

All easyC-compatible boards come with pre-soldered female connectors, enabling quick and efficient module connections using our specialised cables. No more soldering!.

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Daisy-Chain Capability

With easyC, you can easily daisy-chain multiple devices together. This allows for the creation of complex systems without the need for additional wiring or complex configurations..

EasyC

Error-Free Design

Our connectors are polarised, ensuring correct orientation during connection and eliminating the risk of connection errors. No more confusion between SDA and SCL lines or misconnections!.

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EasyC

Parallel Connection

Leveraging the power of I2C communication, easyC allows for parallel connection of a multitude of devices. This feature enables the rapid assembly of complex systems, for example, an IoT-enabled weather station..

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Universal Compatibility

easyC is compatible with all boards that use I2C for communication. For systems without an easyC connector, our easyC adapter seamlessly integrates two easyC connectors to any standard I2C header..

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Always at 3.3V

No matter the board, the easyC will always work at 3.3V, ensuring compatibility with wide ranges of microcontrollers, actuators, and sensors. If one requires 5V to operate, there's already a boost converter on the board to take care of that. Again, no worries for you! .

List of easyC Compatible Boards

Explore our extensive range of easyC compatible boards, sensors, and actuators. From microcontroller boards such as Dasduino Core and Dasduino CONNECTPLUS to sensors like BME280 and Real Time Clock, we’ve got you covered. We also offer a variety of actuators and breakout boards, as well as other accessories like cables, easyC adapter, and easyC hub, to facilitate your prototyping needs.

Dasduino CORE (ATmega328)
Dasduino CORE (ATmega328)
Dasduino COREPLUS (ATmega2560)
Dasduino COREPLUS (ATmega2560)
Dasduino LITE (ATTiny1604)
Dasduino LITE (ATTiny1604)
Soldered Inkplate 6COLOR
Soldered Inkplate 6COLOR
easyC cable 10cm
easyC cable 10cm
easyC adapter
easyC adapter
easyC Hub
easyC Hub
Raspberry Pi easyC adapter
Raspberry Pi easyC adapter
1-channel relay board with easyC
1-channel relay board with easyC
Display OLED I2C 0.96" SSD1306
Display OLED I2C 0.96" SSD1306
Slider potentiometer breakout with easyC
Slider potentiometer breakout with easyC
I2C multiplexer TCA9548A breakout
I2C multiplexer TCA9548A breakout
Voltage & current sensor INA219 breakout
Voltage & current sensor INA219 breakout
Color and gesture sensor APDS-9960 breakout
Color and gesture sensor APDS-9960 breakout
Accelerometer & Gyroscope & Magnetometer LSM9DS1TR 9-DOF breakout
Accelerometer & Gyroscope & Magnetometer LSM9DS1TR 9-DOF breakout
PIR Movement sensor board with easyC
PIR Movement sensor board with easyC

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the pinout of the easyC connector and cable?

What is the pinout of the easyC connector and cable?

  • Black for GND
  • Red for 3.3V
  • Blue for SDA
  • Yellow for SCL.

What voltage does the easyC system operate at?

easyC operates at a voltage of 3.3V. To prevent potential damage to your devices, ensure that it is not connected to any other voltages.

Is easyC compatible with other systems?

Yes, easyC is compatible with SparkFun qwiic and Adafruit STEMMA QT. You can even use the same cables and adapters.

What connectors are used for easyC?

easyC employs JST-SH compatible connectors with a pin spacing of 1.00mm, commonly referred to as JST 4-pin connectors. Find the drawing for the female PCB connector here and for the male on the cable here.

What is the maximum cable length for connecting easyC modules?

The maximum cable length primarily depends on the specifics of I2C communication. However, the system has been tested to work reliably with cable lengths exceeding 2m.

Can I use easyC on my 5V board?

Currently, easyC only supports 3.3V boards. However, you may use a DC buck/boost board or onboard translation circuitry to work at 3.3V if your board operates at a different voltage.

How can I connect existing I2C Boards?

If you already have I2C sensors or actuators, you can attach an easyC adapter to get your devices onto the easyC system. This makes it possible to leverage the benefits of easyC even with your existing hardware.