The Adafruit FT232H breakout is a great way to add GPIOs and an I2C or SPI bus to your computer. There are lotsofAdafruitbreakoutboards that use I2C or SPI and have been ported to Python for the Raspberry Pi & BeagleBone Black, so can you use those boards with the FT232H breakout too? Yes, you can! With a few simple changes you can make sensors and displays built with the Adafruit Python GPIO library work with the FT232H breakout too. Follow this guide to learn how to connect SPI / I2C devices and update their code to work the FT232H breakout!
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