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JimboZA

Hi...

I'm pretty sure I once found a page listing and explaining the Tinkerkit components. I thought it was here on arduino.cc but may be wrong. But whatever, I can't find it now  :~

Anyone know of a good page to read up on Tinkerkit components please?

TIA,

Jim
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Your answer may already be here: https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=384198.0

MichaelMeissner


Hi...

I'm pretty sure I once found a page listing and explaining the Tinkerkit components. I thought it was here on arduino.cc but may be wrong. But whatever, I can't find it now  :~

Anyone know of a good page to read up on Tinkerkit components please?

TIA,

Jim

Well you can find it in the Arduino store: http://store.arduino.cc/ww/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=16.  Note, this page is in Italian, and I'm not sure where an english version is.

There is also the basic tinkerkit site: http://www.tinkerkit.com.

JimboZA

Johannesburg hams call me: ZS6JMB on Highveld rep 145.7875 (-600 & 88.5 tone)
Dr Perry Cox: "Help me to help you, help me to help you...."
Your answer may already be here: https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=384198.0

TheKitty

The connector used on TinkerKits and the Arduino Esplora is a 3 pin Molex connector.  These may be familiar from some 3 pin PC fans which used them for power, gound, and PWM speed control.

The connectors are also available from many electronics suppliers.  Sparkfun sells them for $0.45 each (pins sold separately).  Google 3 pin female molex will also show you other sources.

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