This guide will show you how to assemble the pedestrian crossing project board for the exhi:bit prototyping system for micro:bit. We also show you a quick demo of it running at the end. Please note the Red LEDs look
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Tutorial Description In this short video, we show you how to assemble the Unigeek, a colourful Unicorn badge soldering kit.
Here at Proto-PIC we are always thinking about new products we can bring to the market. Sometimes the ideas ‘just come to us’, other times, it’s a customer comment, review, or passing remark that inspires the idea. We had a
Soldering is one of the most fundamental skills needed to dabble in the world of electronics. The two go together like peas and carrots. And, although it is possible to learn about and build electronics without needing to pick up
All across our website and in fact all across ANY website relating to electronics, wires, connectors or soldering you will see references to a unit called AWG. But what does this actually mean? AWG stands for American Wire Gauge. The
One cold and blustery morning, Ewan had an idea! “How about using a micro:bit with a distance sensor and a haptic feedback driver to create an Electronic “white stick”. This task was handed to myself, and after reading a few
Tutorial If you would like to purchase the products in this video, click the associated product. Description A demonstration of how to hook up an ATTINY85 chip to be programmed from an Arduino programmed with the ArduinoISP sketch. Both
Tutorial If you would like to purchase the products in this video, click the associated product. Description This video will show you how to assemble our heart kit. The kit is a great introduction to surface mount hand soldering.
If you would like to purchase the products in this video, click the associated product. Description The Sparkfun Big Dome Push Button with a couple of methods of connecting it up to get it to light up nicely.
Tutorial Description This video shows how to hook up a 5VDC 512 Step motor toArduinouino, using an EasyDriver stepper board. Here is a link to the code used in this demo. GET CODE