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I'm going to have Arduino Nano every receiving power from a breadboard, how would I wire up the gnd? The breadboard has one of its ground rows grounded, what pin could I just plug into that, if possible?

I also need a wall connector for that. I'm not entirely familiar with the concept of how volts work and what-not, but does anybody know a 12v wall connector that I could plug into the breadboard for the Nano Every and 3 12v LED strips to draw power from? Would I have to convert a greater amount of volts to 12v to leave enough power for everything?

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Sanjay852
Sanjay852

10 months ago

I think. If you can find an old laptop charger that is close to 12-14 Volt, it could work.
There are several options for bootloading your Atmega chips, a few of which are covered in this tutorial. If you wish to bootload your Atmega chips using your breadboard, an additional part will make your life much easier but is not necessary. AVR Programming Adapter from Sparkfun, SKU. BOB-08508

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JohnShute
JohnShute

1 year ago

Can you please post a pic of your breadboard. I'm not sure what you mean. If you can find an old laptop charger that is close to 12 Volt, it could work. Also, how do you know the LED strips need 12 volts? See if you can find info on the project pages. Tell me watts and/or amps if available. Anyway, please contact me, I'm sure I can help.

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MedowsGomes
MedowsGomes

Reply 1 year ago

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