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Wanna ever thought of powering an Arduino without wires? Check it out.
You need these for this. 1.Arduino(must) 2.Battery Holder (6v) 3.4 x AA batteries Anyone try it with a 9v battery. If works, please post a comment....
Put in the batteries in the holder and hold it according to the pic. Do not hold it the other way. Arduino wont light up then.
Place it accordingly. Remember, it must touch the both ends of the ICSP headers.
Ta-Da , the Arduino lights up. So you have learnt a silly process to power up an arduino without wires. For projects, tape it to avoid power failure...
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