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RGB LED Sample

In this sample, we will connect a Tri-color LED to Raspberry Pi 2. The LED will blink changing colors from Red, Blue, Green. In this sample, we will connect a Tri-color LED to Raspberry Pi 2. The LED will blink changing colors from Red, Blue, Green. This is a headed sample, so please ensure that …

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Shift Register Sample

Story In this sample, we’ll connect an 8-bit serial-in, parallel-out shift register to your Raspberry Pi 2 and create a simple app that uses the shift register to control eight LEDs. This is a headed sample, so please ensure that your device is in headed mode by running this command: setbootoption.exe headed (changing the headed/headless …

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E-mail watch

The aim of this project is automatically checking emails and showing the presence of new messages with different LED colors corresponding to different Gmail labels. The final product is a USB powered, WiFi connected, 3d printed small box with beautifully colored LEDs. You can place it anywhere there is a WiFi signal, and check your mailbox …

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Lighting an LED using a Breadboard & a Raspberry Pi

Lights, Jumpers & the Resistance – Jumper wires are typically 22 gauge solid-core wires with insulation pre-stripped and readied for insertion in or out. Resistors resist the flow of electrical current, thereby controlling WHERE and HOW FAST it flows. [Thought experiment: If controlling water, using thin pipes would let less water through but would flow …

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Breadboard One | A typical Mixed Signal Circuit.

We designed Breadboard One as the first BitScope Ed project because it’s a simple mixed signal circuit which explains the key elements of modern mixed signal systems. A Mixed Signal Circuit is one which has both analog and digital components. In analog circuits the currents and voltages vary continously whereas in a digital circuits they …

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