Updating outlets

Posted by / 28-Jul-2017 20:25

Updating outlets

This exposes the underside of the circuit board, which you can remove from the case entirely to get a look at the top half.

However, I find it easier to work with the circuit board attached to the front half of the case.

Anyway - now you need to solder jumper wires to the six pins identified in the previous step, the negative terminal of the battery connection (this will make sure your whole circuit has a common ground later).

Seven connections total, as shown in the pictures above (a "fake" photo with the color-coded wires drawn in, as well as a photo of the real thing).

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The Southern Poverty Law Center, which has aggregated media reports and gathered submissions from its website, catalogued 1064 such incidents, 13 of which were later debunked as false reports, in the first month after Trump won the presidency.Here's a video of the final product in action (read on for a detailed parts list, circuit diagram, and code): A couple notes before you begin.This project is up-to-date as of December 2013, but Gordon and Steve may update their respective software in the future.I refer back to the single-channel version several times, instead of duplicating the content here. Of course, if you know what you're doing you can make substitutes as needed, or shop around for cheaper suppliers. Materials & Tools Cost The cost of this project depends heavily on what you already have lying around.If you already have a Raspberry Pi, webcam/mic and basic electronics equipment (tools, breadboard, jumper wire etc) it will only be about for the wireless remote, relays and MOSFETs, and the cost goes up from there.

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Note: I opted for economy shipping from Spark Fun for my multi-colored jumper wire. The bad news is I only had red and black jumper wire available before that.