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Legoman39

Jan 24, 2015, 04:21 am Last Edit: Jan 24, 2015, 04:22 am by Legoman39
Wheres the Analog in or (A0) pin on the arduino esplora??? :smiley-small:  :smiley-small:  :smiley-small:

AWOL

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Jan 26, 2015, 01:50 pm Last Edit: Jan 27, 2015, 08:49 am by AWOL
I think it's used as an output to address the analogue mux.
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Legoman39

Thanks but all ready using the Uno.

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Legoman39

I'm just starting to use the Uno, if that makes more sense

PCWorxLA

I'm just starting to use the Uno, if that makes more sense

Not really, considering that you are posting in the Arduino Esplora forum, which is a very specialized Arduino board (and quite different from an Arduino Uno)...  :smiley-confuse:

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Legoman39

what i'm saying is when I posted it I was using arduino esplora then I started using the uno because I didn't think there was a A0 pin on the esplora

Runaway Pancake

You've switched over to the Uno, but in case anyone else is reading along, the Esplora has two input pins available as described at the following link

http://21stdigitalhome.blogspot.com/2013/03/reading-arduino-esplora-tinkerkit-inputs.html
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