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measuring_distance_with_arduino_and_ultrasound [2017/08/29 13:25]
glassgiant [The Completed Circuit]
measuring_distance_with_arduino_and_ultrasound [2017/09/23 21:16]
glassgiant [Coding]
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   * Use a red jumper between the common anode pin (the longest pin) and the power bus   * Use a red jumper between the common anode pin (the longest pin) and the power bus
   * For each of the remaining pins, plug a resistor to connect the row the pin is in to the same row, but the other side of the breadboard, as shown in the diagram.   * For each of the remaining pins, plug a resistor to connect the row the pin is in to the same row, but the other side of the breadboard, as shown in the diagram.
-  * Use a red, green, and blue jumper to connect the end of resistors opposite the LED to Arduino pins 910 and 11.  It doesn'​t really matter which is which for now.+  * Use a red, green, and blue jumper to connect the end of resistors opposite the LED to Arduino pins 6, 5, and 3.  It doesn'​t really matter which is which for now.
  
 ===== Coding ===== ===== Coding =====
-The code for this workshop ​is available ​[[https://pastebin.com/​TDSHFUZB|here]].+The code for this lesson ​is available ​{{:workshops:​ultrasound:​arduinodistance.txt|here}}.
  
 ===== The Completed Circuit ===== ===== The Completed Circuit =====
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