SC402 is an SC400 series memory module for the I2C bus.
This module supports 8-pin, 5 volt, I2C memory devices, typically the 24LC256.
The I2C device address is selected with three jumpers, allowing 8 of these modules to be connected at the same time.
A write protect / write enable jumper is provided.
The recommended (default) address is:
0xA0 write, A1 read (Jumpers: A2=0, A1=0, A0=0).
- SC402 – Kit contents sheet (PDF) – not available yet
- SC402 – Printed circuit board Gerber files
- SC402 – Schematic v1.0 (PDF)
- Example code: see SC400 series details
|PCB||1||SC402, v1.0, PCB|
Design at OSHWLab
|C1||1||Capacitor, ceramic, 100 nF|
|P1||1||Header, male, 2 row x 6 pin, angled|
The second row of pins needs to be removed.
|P2||1||Header, female, 1 row x 6 pin, straight|
|S1||1||Header, female, 1 row x 6 pin, angled|
|U1||1||I2C memory, typically 24LC256|
|U1 socket||1||8-pin DIL socket|
|JP1 to JP4||4||Header, male , 1 row x 3 pin, straight|
|Jumper shunts||4||Jumper shunt|
This design is so simple it does not justify a detailed assembly guide. Just assemble according to the photo above.
In order for the daisy-chained PCBs to be a consistent level, header pins (P1) need to have a profile that matches the socket (S1). By far the most common angled header pins do not match. A suitable profile header can be created by removing the second row of pins from a double row header. The pins can easily be pulled out of the plastic guide with a small pair of pliers.
The two resistors, R1 and R2, are not normally required. These are pull up resistors for the I2C bus signals, serial clock and serial data. The pull up resistors typically found on I2C bus masters are usually all that is required. However, should you require additional resistors for any reason, they can be fitted here. The most likely reason to add resistors is to terminate a long bus with many devices connected.
- This product is designed for hobby use and is not suitable for industrial, commercial or safety-critical applications.
- The product contains small parts and is not suitable for young children.