Thanks, FCC has better photos!
Didn't want to be negative. Pointless in a sense that already spent a couple of hours to recreate the functionality of an existing product :)
edit: nevermind this I2C question, the INA226 wasn't on it's default address...
The pins (D22, D23) on the USB connector should work for I2C, right? The pins themselves do work, I can read and write them. But tried to connect to an INA226, and that didn't respond :/ (possibly a dead board from aliex, maybe try another one...)
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