Shield power

315MHz and 433MHz wireless connections are very commonly used by consumer electronics including weather stations, home automation remote controls, power consumption meters, car alarms, and also many DIY projects.
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Murkh
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Shield power

Post by Murkh » Mon Jun 11, 2012 12:48 am

Hi there.. sorry if this is a noob question (first time shield user).. I have attached the shield using the stackable headers that came with it.. but the leds on the shield D6, D7 and the power do not come on.. How do I supply the shield power?

Is the power led meant to come on?

Murkh
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Re: Shield power

Post by Murkh » Mon Jun 11, 2012 1:11 am

figured it out :)

makes sense now.. similar to powering the bread board.. wire from 5V and GND

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