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Print out a label, and stick it into an old cable bag, and this even makes an attractive gift for that modelling friend of yours!
I have not tried the following, however, this video shows you how to set up your TGY-i10 transmitter to use Switch-F and Switch-H to individually output specific commands to one channel:Using any two 3-position switches (up/middle/down) gives you 9 possible combinations: so with an 8-relay board connected, you can control every relay individually and use the 9th position for "off".
Radio-Controlled (R/C) rela...View Instructable »
The Asteroid Belt
It would seem a much better idea to connect the nunchuck using it's existing wires instead of pulling it apart.Here is how: http://blog.oscarliang.net/wii-nunchuck-arduino-tutorial/
Hi staff dude/chick - I got the photos working, so finished this. Please un-block now.
HMC5883L Magnetometer with ...View Instructable »
The compass board photo does not match the wiring diagram, and it's also different from the one in the photos of the device you built!These things also say they require 3.3volts... hooking them to 5 will supposedly destroy them? Did you use a logic converter?
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