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I was thinking about how I could demonstrate Codebug to someone without lugging along a laptop or using a nearby computer. The Codebug datasheet says: "Can be tethered to be controlled from a computer or tablet" . The "tablet" part is intriguing. Since the Codebug can act as a USB mass-storage devic...
- Sat Oct 24, 2015 3:30 am
- Forum: Hardware
- Topic: CodeBug have finally released the schematics
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I can't read the Kickstarter post because it's for backers only, and I wasn't one (I didn't know about it). But if the data was released under a Creative Commons license, I'd expect it to be in a public place. Does the post talk about that or point to a public place? Thanks.
The "Light an LED" experiment shows an LED connected directly between POWER and leg 0, without any current limiting resistor. Is there a resistor on the GPIO pin, externally or internally? Or is this experiment just living dangerously?