How do I enable i2c on my Raspberry Pi?
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People also ask, how do I enable i2c?
raspi-config Tool via Terminal
- Run sudo raspi-config .
- Use the down arrow to select 5 Interfacing Options.
- Arrow down to P5 I2C .
- Select yes when it asks you to enable I2C.
- Also select yes if it asks about automatically loading the kernel module.
- Use the right arrow to select the <Finish> button.
Similarly, how many slaves can be connected in i2c? I2C Device Addressing This means that you can have up to 128 devices on the I2C bus, since a 7bit number can be from 0 to 127. When sending out the 7 bit address, we still always send 8 bits. The extra bit is used to inform the slave if the master is writing to it or reading from it.
Also know, how do I find my Raspberry Pi i2c address?
- Find I2C address of your device. You can use i2cdetect or Explorer program to find current i2c address of your device.
- i2cdetect. Run: i2cdetect -y 1 [Press Enter] This program displays address in 7 bit format (multiply by 2 to get 8 bit format).
- Explorer Program. Navigate to appropriate folder. Run:
Does Raspberry PI 3 have i2c?
Raspberry Pi 3 supports I2C communication. It can support for both single master and multi-master configuration.