SparkFun QwiicBus Hookup Guide

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Resources and Going Further

Now that you have your QwiicBus set up and configured to your liking, it's time to start creating some I2C device networks! For more information, take a look at the following links:

QwiicBus EndPoint Links

QwiicBus MidPoint Links

Read more about Farmhand's QwiicBus story and other agriculture tech projects from SparkFun in the following links:

For inspiration for your I2C project using the QwiicBus, check out the following tutorials:

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