I use the GrovePi+ with a Raspi 2, without problems for all the elements but the NFC tag reader..
I test it on the grovepi serial port without success.
The NFC element is revision 1.1, I found in the comments about it in the seedstudio site (http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-NFC-p-1804.html ) that we need to cut 3 wires and set 3 others (basically p1-i2c, p2-scl p3-sca) to use the element with i2c port.
First, I try only set the p1-i2c wire, without success too.
Actually, the element have p1-i2c, p2-scl and p3-sca connect, and the 3 other ones are cut.
With i2cdetect, the element is at address 0x04, I use it instead of 0x53 from the github. If i use 0x53, there is an IO error...
My test code is :
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import time,sys import RPi.GPIO as GPIO import smbus NFC_ADDR = 0x04 # use the bus that matches your raspi version rev = GPIO.RPI_REVISION if rev == 2 or rev == 3: bus = smbus.SMBus(1) else: bus = smbus.SMBus(0) # read data from the NFC tag EEPROM (length bytes) def readNFCData(addr,length): bus.write_byte_data(NFC_ADDR,addr>>8,addr&0xff) result= for c in range(length): result.append(bus.read_byte(NFC_ADDR)) return result addr=0x00 while True: bus.write_byte_data(NFC_ADDR,addr>>8,addr&0xff) result= for c in range(16): result.append(bus.read_byte(NFC_ADDR)) print str(addr) + ' : ' print result addr += 0x10 time.sleep (0.5)
I tested that with two differents Mifare-One RFID Tag (3.56 MHz) and my french CB card which contains a NFC tag.
Is there an error in the test code ? Or is the element completely bugged ?
Thanks in advance for all informations..