All sensors and shields verified to work with Galileo/Edison can be found in Shield Testing Report for Intel® Galileo Board and Intel® Edison Board. I suggest you to look for your sensor there.
Thanks, I already checked ;-) Nothing in it and that document is not updated since a year .....
Well then, I haven't heard of anyone that has tried to use a mics_vz_89t with Edison. It uses I2C, which is an interface supported by Edison. So, the Edison Arduino Expansion Board should be compatible with it, you just have to change IOREF to 3.3v using J8. In case of the Mini Breakout Board, you will have to use a level translator in order to use it.
Either way the sensor should be compatible with your board, nevertheless you will have to test it yourself.
Read again my first message, I do not use an Arduino Expansion Board. Why use Intel Edison , if I need to refer to Arduino. Maybe Arduino is a better solution than Intel Edison ?
My message is explicitly talking about the Sparkfun I2C Edison block. I am using it because the size factor is much more appropriate to the Edison size.
Don't say the sensor shoudl be compatible, it is not ( Working fine with a Raspberry PI, by the way....).
Consider this thread closed and solved
Please, excuse my english. English is not my language.