I2C Communication Between Raspberry Pi and Arduino

Besides controlling I2C modules, like display and sensors, I2C communication also can be implemented between 2 controllers. For example between Raspberry Pi and Arduino.

INTRODUCTION

Besides controlling I2C modules, like display and sensors, I2C communication also can be implemented between 2 controllers. For example between Raspberry Pi and Arduino. The different compare to I2C module is, we need to create our own data protocol. So this tutorial will show you how to communicate between Raspberry Pi and Arduino Using I2C.

You may need to refer following tutorial first:

  1. Getting Started with Raspberry Pi Zero W
  2. How to Display on I2C OLED Using Raspberry Pi

VIDEO

This video will show you how to communicate between Rasapberry Pi and Arduino Using I2C.

ITEM USED IN THE VIDEO

Sample Code

This is the sample code for Arduino and Raspberry Pi used in the video.

Thank You

References

  1. Controlling an Arduino from a Pi3 using I2C
  2. i2c python documentation
  3. Raspberry Pi SPI and I2C Tutorial
  4. Master Writer/Slave Receiver

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