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Quiz Game Controller using "Lights and Sounds Buzzers" and Arduino
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Could anyone clarify which pin is considered inner/middle/outer? I am using this one: http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/SJ-2509N/CP-S2509N-ND/500859Is the outer the farthest away from where the cable will be plugged in or is it in relation to how it is mounted in the button?
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Yes, one of the speaker wires is cut. One side of the cut wire goes to one side of the relay switch. The other side of the cut wire goes to the other side of the relay switch. It won't matter which side is which.The fact you made it this far is suggestive that you won't be a "newbie" for long. Don't give up.Here are some additional pictures.
We're having some trouble connecting the relay- specifically the switch connections. On the schematic, the top side connects to the board- but where? And the bottom side that connects to the speaker- have you detached one speaker wire from the board for this, and if so, which one? A clear photo of the button guts could give us all the info we need.This project is probably way beyond our newbie level, but it would be so cool if we could make it work!
Thanks for your reply!
I haven't found a way to remove the internal time-out for the lights and sounds.
That is a good idea... If you implement your idea, perhaps you could give us an update!
Nice job. Your finished project looks nice and clean.Thanks for posting your parts list, I'm sure that will be helpful to others.And thanks for the comment and feedback!Kenny
No, I haven't had any problems with the voltage on the relays. There is usually enough margin in the relay design so it should not be a problem.
Note: I didn't use the compact relay as I didn't want the button sounds.
Nice project!Didn't you have any problems with the voltage? I think the buzzers work with 3V and the Arduino with 5V.
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