Hi @bigal & @Shane.gingell
So, both of these boards (the
GrovePi and the
In both of these cases, the
I2C is the de facto protocol used for data communication, so this is a good thing because you can have multiple devices on the same line.
I haven't got a chance to work with
PiSense, but by looking at the specs I see that it's using the
SPI protocol for reprogramming the
So, as long as you don't have to have to burn the
AVR of any of these 2 boards, you should be fine.
But if you want to reprogram them, you'll have to stack one board at a time on the
Raspberry Pi and do the operation.
Also, check for
I2C address conflicts when stacking the 2nd board (the
Pay attention that the
GrovePis address is