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TinyLily / Re: TinyLily Pinout documentation
« on: December 11, 2021, 12:30:20 PM »
You can hook up more lights by using "Charley plexing" You can use this schematic:

Hello!  I got a "404"  - I want to do actions on multiple LEDs and would like to see that schematic; is there an alternate location...?

General Discussion / Re: Is there any "TinyCircuits for Dummies" info...?
« on: December 04, 2021, 05:57:25 PM »
Thank You, RĂ©na!
I have some tiny LEDs I'd ordered on a whim  ;) so I'm glad to know I can add some via  the extra Wireling connector. 
Thank you also for the links - I saw that there are many resources available  on the website but, to be honest, I got a little overwhelmed, so your suggestions let me focus and get started learning  :D 

I peeked at the wirelings - I'm familiar with soldering but at the age where my hands sometimes seem to have minds of their own, LOL!  ;D so the Wirelings are --- dare I say it???  ---- brilliant! 
Sorry, I could not "resist".......! 

Anyway, off to take a look and start learning :D

General Discussion / Is there any "TinyCircuits for Dummies" info...?
« on: December 03, 2021, 12:28:27 AM »
Hello!  I found this forum because I've had the notion of carving and assembling miniature lanterns, and putting mini-LED "candles" into them.  The problem is that my knowledge and understanding of electronics is rudimentary.  So I was wondering:
Is there a "For Dummies" type of booklet for TinyCircuits and "arduino"?  ((I am not sure yet what "arduino" really is...))
I know - I'm impatient.  I get the notion to make something, and I want to make it ASAP. 
Most of the time, I figure things out very quickly, but Electronics, or at least, anything much beyond connecting a battery, a resistor, and an LED, seems to be something of a maze, because there seem to be so many "systems".

TinyCircuits appeals to me, though, because, well, it's *tiny*.
So, if anyone can suggest any sources of introductory information for using these and for "arduino", that would be great!
Maybe it could even eventually be part of a FAQ...?
Thanks in Advance!   ;D

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