Arduino Wire Splitter

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About: I like coding.

I've done many arduino projects. And I almost always run into the same problem - not enough Gnd or Vcc pins. In this instructable, I'll show you how to make yourself an easy wire splitter - solder free!

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NOTE:

I AM IN NO WAY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE THAT MAY HAPPEN TO YOUR ARDUINO

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What you need:

3 - pin wire with stripped ends https://www.sparkfun.com/products/8733

Wire stripper (optional)

Arduino (any type)

about 5 minutes

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Step 1: Wires

First, strip the ends of the wires on the 3-pin wire.

Then, twist the exposed part of the wires together.

Step 2: How to Use It

Plug three wires into the plastic part. One of these wires, you plug in to your arduino. (ex. Gnd, Vcc, etc) The other two wires plug in to whatever things you want to plug in to your arduino.

Step 3: Finished!

You're done! I hope you've enjoyed this project. You can tell me what you think about this in Comments, below.

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