Accelerometer module

I am trying to use an accelerometer module (Seeed) on my G120HDR Rev II.
As th G120HDR is not a real gadgeteer board, several questions rise:

  • I wired the accelerometer to the User socket on the G120HDR as a I-socket
    From the developer’s guide: SDA = P0.27 and SCL = P0.28
    Which GPIO! to use for INT1 (pin 3 on the accelerometer)?

  • I added “Gadgeteer” and “GTM.Seeed.Accelerometer” to the references and modified the program
    from the accelerometer user’s guide to:

using System;
using Microsoft.SPOT;
using Gadgeteer;

namespace AccMeter
    public class Program
        public static Gadgeteer.Modules.Seeed.Accelerometer accelerometer;
        public static void Main()
            accelerometer = new Gadgeteer.Modules.Seeed.Accelerometer(1);
            // Event that fires when a measurement is ready
            accelerometer.MeasurementComplete += new Gadgeteer.Modules.Seeed.Accelerometer.MeasurementCompleteEventHandler(accelerometer_MeasurementComplete);

            // Set the time between measurements and start continuous measurements.
            accelerometer.ContinuousMeasurementInterval = new TimeSpan(0, 0, 0, 0, 250);

        static void accelerometer_MeasurementComplete(Gadgeteer.Modules.Seeed.Accelerometer sender, Gadgeteer.Modules.Seeed.Accelerometer.Acceleration acceleration)
            Debug.Print("Y-axis acceleration: " + acceleration.Y);

I used socketnumber = 1 for the accelerometer which results in the runtime error
"An unhandled exception of type ‘Gadgeteer.Socket.InvalidSocketException’ occurred in Gadgeteer.dll

Additional information: Module Accelerometer cannot be used with invalid socket number 1"

Off course I tried several other socketnumbers, all with the same result.

My questions are: Can anybody help me starting up a project with the G120HDR and the accelerometer.
Do I use the correct wiring for the socket and how do I define the interrupt GPIO.
Is there a way to circumvent the socketnumber problem and still use the gadgeteer software or do I have to start all over using bare I2C calls in pure .NETMF

Any help will be appreciated!

Heres a thread worth reviewing. This will give you an idea how you might deal with your problem.

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