Using the Adafruit Arduino Logger Shield on a Netduino

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    DanW

    I found this to be an extremely helpful article.  I've recently been puttering around with interfacing Arduino shields and sensors to various 3.3V devices, and this clarified quite a few things for me.

    A couple of things I'd love to see covered in future articles are

    - interfacing 5V analog sensors, especially in shields where there isn't much room for inserting voltage dividers

    - options for interfacing the Netduino to sensors that require "bit banging" interfaces, like the DHT11/22 temperature sensor. 

     

    Thanks,

    Dan.

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    Freeman

    I totally enjoyed this post very much altough i am from the managed code world (.net for windows), i am surprised that i understood how things work :), looking forward on any similar posts.

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    ArduinP

    Thanks a lot for this very complete post. One little question about the pull-up resistor, already have been searching around for more info on pull-up resistor. But for the I2C bus, does this bus have such a high capacitance that pull-up > 10k will limit the speed of the bus?

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