The wiring is one issue (can't say for sure if it works with the expansion per se cause I have another breakout of the chip for testing purposes). Though, you can easily adapt this example -> https://www.element14.com/community/community/raspberry-pi/blog/2012/12/14/nfc-on-raspberrypi-with-pn532-py532lib-and-i2c and use I2C.
Lastly, there is no official documentation regarding the schematics of the NFC/RFID expansion but our tests showed that that onion has left out SPI/I2C support for their chip -sth that needs to be checked.
We are using python tools for now but I will get back to you if we find anything else!
i am noob and i have no idea how to do all this. do you have some free time to chat on how to solve my problem?
i have a made a program with c# in visual studio on my windows10 machine. i want to know how i can run it or re code it on my omega 2+. is it even possible? thank you
Are you able to share the changes to the conceptinetics code you used with the omega?
The conceptinetics DMX library directly manipulates the AVR UART registers which dont exist on the Omega.
How have you changed the library to work with a Linux controlled Serial port that doesn not allow direct hardware access.