jaeger92 2 Posted July 13, 2012 Share Posted July 13, 2012 Right. One thing I could't really notice in the boosterpack are the male headers in the top side of the boosterpack. The pins used by the boosterpack also have male headers so you could attach another boosterpack on it? Or only the unused pins actually have male headers too? (my boosterpacks will arrive by mid-July, by the way ) Ive got a sandwich setup with a lauchpad, on top of that an AIR boosterpack and on top of that an SPI LCD (Larsie). All the pins are available at all the boards, since the LCD I use and the AIR boosterpack both use SPI the LCD needs another pin for th CS (chip_select) function but thats all possible. Cor Now while I was creating my board to use with the Launchpad + AIR BoosterPack setup I noticed one thing: I'll use some of the pins used by the BoosterPack (e.g. P1.6 and P1.7 as I'll use some sensors with I2C). Then, how would I be able to choose between RF transmission and I2C sensors? Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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