I2C port IO chips
I looked around the web and could not find any sources of I2C port IO
chips other than Philips. Seems to get most of their I2C parts, you
have to buy a couple thousand minimum. I am looking for a way to add 8
or 16 IOs. Some chips are port expanders, some are LED drivers; either
will work if they come in small packages.
So who else makes I2C chips? A google search turned up lots of stuff,
but no I2C makers.
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