Hi guys, I'm very new to electronics and coding in general, so struggling with a Uni assignment a bit.
I'm attempting to create a one off device that allows you to touch and feel the current temperature of a location specified by my code.
In addition to the tactile feedback, I also want to create a visual feedback through 4-8 RGB LED's that change colour depending on the temperature range.
I have most of the components, which I'll include below, but I'm struggling to begin the build process of the project.
Specifically I'm attempting to connect the arduino (which is an UNO) and peltier module using the below article, but I don't understand what to connect the GND da fonte and VCC da fonte wires to? They trail off the diagram and I can't seem to find a reliable answer through research (or I'm looking up the wrong things).
I'm loathe to accidently fry my board or any other components, so if anyone could give me a hand it'd be very appreciated.
As mentioned, I'm very new to this, so if it's a simple and possibly stupidly obvious solution, bear with me.
Freetronics EtherTen (Arduino Uno R3-compatible with Ethernet)
12V Peltier Module
12V Fan w/ Copper Heatsink
IRLB8721PBF N-channel power MOSFET - 30V / 60A
5mm LED RGB - Common Cathode
20 Value Resistor Kit
7805 +5V 1A Voltage Regulator
12V Powerpoint Supply
Prototyping Breadboard (30slots)
Female to male, m to m, f to f headers.