Qwiic Carrier Board Hookup Guide
The MicroMod Qwiic Carrier Board can be used to rapidly prototype with other Qwiic devices; it is available in either a single or double mounting configuration. Just like other MicroMod Carrier Boards, users are free to develop with MicroMod Processor Board of their choice.
For a quick overview, check out our product video showcasing the MicroMod Qwiic carrier boards:
To get started, users will need a few of items listed below. (You may already have a some of these items; read through the guide and modify your cart accordingly.)
MicroMod Processor Board
Like other MicroMod Carrier Boards, a Processor Board is required for the product to operate. Users will need a Processor Board (of their choice) to attach to the MicroMod M.2 connector; since, one is not included with this product. Below, are few options:
A Phillips screw driver is necessary to attach the Processor board to the Carrier Board. Additionally, a USB-C cable is needed to connect the Carrier Board to a computer.
To connect Qwiic breakout boards for your MicroMod project, Qwiic cables are required. Users can also attach the Qwiic devices with 4-40 screws or stacked them with standoffs.
A single-cell Lithium-ion battery can be connected to the Qwiic Carrier Board for portability.
The MicroMod ecosystem is a unique way to allow users to customize their project to their needs. The Qwiic connect system is a simple method for interfacing with I2C devices. Click on the banners below for more information on each system.
For users who aren't familiar with the following concepts, we also recommend reading the following tutorials before continuing.