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What is Teagueduino? Teagueduino is an open source electronic board and interface that allows you to realize creative ideas without soldering or knowing how to code, while teaching ...
To get started, you'll need some parts. See the Teagueduino bill of materials for part numbers and links to order from DigiKey. Get everything in the first section, ...
First, get out the PCB. Add the 40-pin socket (notice that the notch is near the edge of the board). Carefully solder it on the back of the ...
Now add the 10 3-pin mini-CT connectors. Note that you can slightly bend the pins such that the connectors will snap into the PCB nicely. This is handy so ...
Next, add the 5 LEDs. Be careful to place them such that the positive/negative are correctly aligned. You can measure the +/- side of an LED with a ...
Flip the board over and trim the leads so it sits flat. Use any wire cutters you have around, but a pair of diagonal cutters works best.
Finally, just add in the Teensy++ with Pins. Your Teagueduino board is complete! Now just plug it in to your computer with a USB cable, add the realtime interpreter to ...
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