SparkFun Qwiic Shield for Teensy Hookup Guide

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Resources and Going Further

That's a wrap! Your Qwiic Shield for Teensy/Teensy Extended is now ready to connect to any of a host of Qwiic devices SparkFun offers. For more information, take a look at the resources below.

Qwiic Shield for Teensy

Qwiic Shield for Teensy Extended

Even More Resources

If you are having trouble getting your Qwiic devices to connect using your newly assembled Qwiic Shield, you may want to take a look at these tutorials for help troubleshooting and reworking your shield.

Now that you have your Qwiic Shield ready to go, it's time to check out some Qwiic products. Below are a few to get started.

SparkFun RedBoard Artemis Nano

SparkFun RedBoard Artemis Nano

DEV-15443
$14.95
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SparkFun Humidity Sensor Breakout - SHTC3 (Qwiic)

SparkFun Humidity Sensor Breakout - SHTC3 (Qwiic)

SEN-16467
$9.95
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Alchitry Cu FPGA Development Board (Lattice iCE40 HX)

Alchitry Cu FPGA Development Board (Lattice iCE40 HX)

DEV-16526
$49.95
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SparkFun MicroMod Weather Carrier Board

SparkFun MicroMod Weather Carrier Board

SEN-16794
$44.95

Before you go, here are some other tutorials using the Qwiic Connect System you may want to look through:

Qwiic Joystick Hookup Guide

Looking for an easy way to implement a joystick to your next Arduino or Raspberry Pi project? This hookup guide will walk you through using the Qwiic Joystick with the Arduino IDE on a RedBoard Qwiic and in Python on a Raspberry Pi.

RFID Beginners Tutorial

In this tutorial we'll revisit some RFID basics and practice by making a remote work logger using an RFID reader and a GPS module. You'll scan a card and get ID, location, and time. All the perfect data to punch in and punch out from the middle of Nowhere!

MicroMod ESP32 Processor Board Hookup Guide

A short hookup guide to get started with the SparkFun MicroMod ESP32 Processor Board.

Artemis Development with the Arduino IDE

This is an in-depth guide on developing in the Arduino IDE for the Artemis module and any Artemis microcontroller development board. Inside, users will find setup instructions and simple examples from blinking an LED and taking ADC measurements; to more complex features like BLE and I2C.