The TSOC_Teensy3x allows you to connect thingSoC, Mikrobus, and/or Grove System Modules all at the same time, either standalone, or with any other thingSoC Processor or Radio module. This gives you maximum flexiblity for sensor and actuator selection and reuse.
The thingSoC "Grovey Series" was designed as "Everyday Electronics", a no-frills, low cost, approach to modular embedded product design. thingSoC boards are similar in size to most break-out-boards (BOBs), but feature a standardized stacking pinout, as well as an I2C metadata store (EEPROM) to indicate what peripherals are installed.
TSOC_TEENSY3X Application Pictures
Since the Grove 16x2 LCD panel is a 5V peripheral, the Grovey_I2CHUB performs the voltage level translation necessary to go from the 3.3V Teensy3.x processor to the 5V LCD controller. The Teensy3.x Adapter also has an I2C output jack, but it is at a 3.3V level, and so, the Grovey_I2CHUB is necessary to convert to 5V I2C outputs.
TSOC_Teensy3x with Mikrobus "Click" peripherals
TSOC_TEENSY3X Arduino Sketch Examples
Under the Arduino "examples" directory are many Arduino IDE examples for using the Teensy board with Arduino IDE, provided by PJRC. Paul provides setup and installation instructions for the Teensy. What the TSOC_Teensy3x adaptor board provides is an easy "plug-n-play" way to connect many different peripherals to the Teensy.
09/02/2016: Revision 1.0 - Initial Layout