Sensor feedback to the Hub works differently for the I2C sensor than it does for Analog or Digital sensors. With the Analog and Digital Sensors, only one communication channel needs to be used by an individual sensor. In contrast, an I2C sensor sends different kinds of information over the SDA (white) and SCL (blue) wires. Since the I2C is transferring more complex data to the Hub then Analog or Digital sensors, there has to be a component of harmonization, or consistency, as the data moves from the sensor to the Hub. The SCL (Serial Clock) channel provides consistency by acting as a clock line and time-stamping the data provided by the SDA (Serial Data) channel.