I know it's not [officially] supported, but has anyone tried to use a splitter to try two sensors.
Anyone hook up a splitter and try using two of the same [or different] sensors?
Each sensor has a uniqueId, if I understand correctly, so I wonder if a splitter would allow two sensors to work. I could see a problem with the same sensorType (two magnetic, for example since maybe the interface supports only one), but maybe, just maybe, two different sensor types might work?
I'm just wondering and trying to get the most out of this nifty thing.
When you say "connecting any number of on/off 'switches' in parallel" to the breakout board, would that involve some sort of adapter, or would all the sensor plug directly into the breakout board? So say I have 3 magnetic sensors, would the breakout board have 3 physical lines/inputs into each of the 3.3v/IN/GND?
It says voltage 3.3V-5V, but since I'm not familiar with all of this, will it cause issues since it can go over 3.3V? If this wouldn't work, do you know where I can find one that will?
By the way, that digital sensor is available with a lot of other robotic parts from DFRobot.com. Lots of interesting stuff there.