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Sound Reactive LED Strip
I try to get 2 type output from my one arduino uno. I upload 2 types sketch, but i can't able....so anyone is help me out....from this
Hi there I'm really new to this, first time using a breadboard let alone an Arduino and I think I understand everything but would like to know if someone can help me please? I have the RGB led strip and understand I need Transistors. Please can someone show me how to wire everything up to the breadboard? Thanks! - GarethZiggy
Off the top of my head:- Use external 12V supply for strip.- Use relay to control external supply. - VincentV58
this didn't work for me it says "404 Not found" please helpps. this is what i did i made a folder inside the /var/www folder named "timedata"and placed a html file named "main.html" but nothing worked
Works great! gonna be throwing so many parties now lol
Motion Activated LEDs
Wireless Raspberry Pi Radio: Pianobar
Thanks. Very good.
Turning your Raspberry Pi into an HTPC
I cant afford for a Parallax sound sensor...Can I use this Instead : REES52Link:http://www.amazon.in/REES52-Detection-Intelligent-...
Hello! I am making a cyberman helmet so that when I speak the mouthlight comes on (3-4 neopixels) and when im donw it is off. Is this what that is? Thanks
so my led strip needs a minimum of 8 volts to light up how do i do that with my arduino? still using v in an pin 9. i want to change the code as little as possible. any suggestions?
Late response but thanks man this helps a lot!
Hi! All, After I clicked "yes" to the "continue prompt", I got a lot of 404 error, such as Erro http://mirrordirector.raspbian.rog/raspbian/ jessie/amin php5-.... How can I fix it? Needless to say, the installation of apache server was not successful. Thanks in advance to answer.Regards,Robert.
Other end doesn't need anything! It works now!
How to do this on Rasberry Pi2
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