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Gilisymo LS53L0X i2c and Arduino Due Wire

Gilisymo LS53L0X i2c and Arduino Due WireIn the last post, we have seen how to connect LS with Arduino with the serial interface; here I will show you how to connect Gilisymo plugin with Arduino using the i2c interface.
For more detail about the Gilisymo plugin, please visit
The connectionThe LS needs only four wires for this tests, +3v3, GND, SDA and SCL, connected as follow.
Note that the LS has problem in the serigraphy, the version actually available has the SDA and SCL inverted! Check the version you have before run the demo. 

The sketchThe sketch starts to search the LS plugin connected. When it founds the plugin, it saves the address in a global variable and a flag is set to avoid repeating the search. For all the further loops, the sketch read the ranging data from LS and then wait for 100 milliseconds. The visual effect in the serial monitor is that we have a new data every 100 milliseconds indefinitely. You can find the Source code on the following link: ht…
Gilisymo LS53L0X and Arduino DueThis article will show you how to connect the brand new Gilisymo plugin the LS53L0X to an Arduino Due.
What is Gilisymo plugin?
Gilisymo is a French company based in Grenoble, created on 2017. The first product from Gilisymo is an intelligent distance sensor the LS53L0X based on two STMicroelectronics's components: a time of flight and a stm32f030 microprocessor.  It is used on Robotics, Automations, Gesture and more. Find the Gilisymo plugin here:

The LS53L0X plugin is capable to provide a distance from 3 cm to 200 cm. The difference with other distance sensors is the internal FW of the stm32f030 and the fact that when we give the power to the LS (used to simplify LS53L0X) it provides the ranging distance on the three interfaces UART, i2c and PWM.
In addition, there are lot of control parameters to customize the quality of the ranging to modify the interrupt signal or to customize the PWM signal.
Let start and see how it is simple …