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Does this light work on Iphones, I noticed you have a samsung and when I assembled mine, the LED never lights(polarity is correct and wiring is correct) And when tested the jack should drive enought power to light the LED (I tested a 1W 8Ohm speaker which worked on the jack.) But the LED never lights even when I know the jack is working. I also tried multiple LEDS.I have an iPhone SE.
Does anyone know if this works on apple?
I just noticed the top pictures on this page of the transmitter are different, the picture with both transmitter and receiver is different from the actual picture in the transmitter section, just letting you know.
You mean use that for a library?
I got these errors trying to upload the sketch.TransmitterV2:10: error: 'dht11' does not name a typeTransmitterV2.ino: In function 'void loop()':TransmitterV2:27: error: 'DHT11' was not declared in this scopeUploading blink to the Attiny85 checked out fine. The file was slightly modified by including the dth11.cpp from Rob Tillaart's Library also.
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