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inputs throught the accessory port

Can the router take inputs through the accessory port from an arduino and cause a drink to be made.

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Do you mean instead of the Raspberry Pi, or in addition?

In addition, it certainly can be, but it couldn't replace the Pi, because there is a lot of higher level logic involved that an 8bit micro couldn't handle well.

You'd have to write some of your own code, but it should be doable.

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it would be in In addition

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Great. Both Raspberry Pis should be able to communicate with each other over I2C.

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So, I'm not trying to talk to another pi I'm trying to talk to the an arduino. I have I2c turned, on the pi, the arduino is hooked up to accessory port 1, and all I have for now is a simple slave read serial print program that I had working with another arduino. I am not only getting nothing from the pi and when the arduino is hooked to the router thought accessory port 1 the bartendro is finicky and dose not want to work right. Problems that happen a inconsistent, and change each time. I have the blue and white wire with the blue strip hooked to the arduino. please let me know what I need to change, and what will be sent across to the arduino.

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