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The best way to get familiar with the Binho Nova Multi-Protocol USB Host Adapter, whether you own one or not, is to have a read through our Getting Started guide:
There's also the complete product User Guide here which provides in-dept explanations on all of the devices functionality:
You may have noticed that our documentation is using some unfamiliar terms when discussing the roles and signals for a given protocol. We've dropped the use of legacy terms which may initially cause confusion, so we've put together a helpful resource here:
Finally, this portal contains a full set of documentation for the ASCII command set as well as the documentation of the Python library. This section includes a number of examples that demonstrate how to use the Binho Nova Multi-Protocol USB Host Adapter in many common use-cases such as reading/writing EEPROM, FLASH, and FRAM devices, interfacing I2C/SPI/1-WIRE sensors directly to your computer, and communicating with common CryptoAuth chips from Microchip (formerly Atmel).
If you're ready to purchase your own device and/or have some questions regarding doing business with Binho LLC, please check out the following pages:
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