I did actually. See my post: viewtopic.php?p=940975#p940975 (even though I am facing now some issues, you can get the idea ) If you have any further questions, I'd be glad to help.thomen wrote:Just wondering if anyone has done anything with more than 2 slaves using daisy chaining or the like?
I'm looking to wire up around 6 colour oleds using SPI
That does not make sense. I suggest you contact the author and ask for clarification. He may have a very specialised use with one model of chip in mind.crishoj wrote:Are you certain that daisy-chaining on SPI is not possible?
Daisy-chaining with a single, shared chip-select seems to be a common mode of operation. See e.g. http://www.petervis.com/Raspberry_PI/SP ... Chain.html
Illustration:The way daisy chaining works with multiple devices on a single SPI bus is similar to shift registers, data from the SPI master is shifted out MSB first and shifted into the SPI slave on the falling edge of the SPI clock. At the same time the data in the slave is shifted out to the next device, when there is only a single slave device this would go back to the MISO pin on the master or with multiple slave devices the MOSI pin on the next slave. The number of devices that can be daisy chained together is only limited by length of the SPI bus and delay caused by each of the SPI devices on the SPI bus