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This instructable explains how to connect an analog sensor to the Arduino (in our case will use a Lilypad). Material you will need: - one Lilypad Arduino (www.sparkfun.com) ...
Using one crocodile cable (RED if you have one, as RED is the color for positive) connect the '+' pad of your Lilypad to your sensor. Sensors are ...
Then connect the output of the sensor to the analog input a0 of the Lilypad. You can choose a different input later in the sketch (the Lilypad program).
Then connect the output of the sensor to the 1 kOhm resistor, and the other terminal of the resistor to "-" pad on the Lilypad (BLACK cable, because ...
The program the Lilypad will execute is called 'Sketch'. Plug the USB cable into your USB port of your laptop, and into the USB port of the FTDI ...
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