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Junk Box Arduino: Ten Projects in Upcycled Electronics by James R. Strickland

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© James R. Strickland 2016

James R. Strickland, Junk Box Arduino, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1425-1_3

3. Kick the Tires, Light the Fire

James R. Strickland

(1)Highlands Ranch, Colorado, USA

When we’re done with this chapter, you’ll have either a working Cestino or a pile of malfunctioning ICs and a bone to pick with me. We’ll run a couple sketches on it for fun, to make sure it’s working, and that we can program it, and to demonstrate that yes, it does function in a mostly Arduino fashion before we go our own direction. My hero Cestino, the one in the photos, is in exactly the same state, so I’m with you. Let’s get started.

The Stuff You Need

New Parts

  • Your Assembled Cestino

  • A 120Ω resistor as a dropping resistor for the speaker. If your speaker is much higher ...

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