NEW PRODUCT – DS2413 1-Wire Two GPIO Controller Breakout
NEW PRODUCT – DS2413 1-Wire Two GPIO Controller Breakout – You’re too cool for I2C, and SPI has so many wires, 8-bit parallel… how can that be fashionable!? You are a 1-Wire kinda gal, and you want more 1-Wire breakouts in your life to complement all of your great engineering. Well rock on, because here you go, it’s a 1-Wire controller with two open-drain GPIO.
You can put as many of the DS2413’s as you want on a single I/O line, each one is uniquely addressable and shares the single I/O pin happily. The two controllable I/O lines (PIOA and PIOB) can be used as inputs or outputs. They are open-drain, so if you want to power an LED or something, you’ll need a remote power supply (see Maxim’s product page for more details)
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