I am a complete newbie so please bear with me. I did search for a solution but wasn't able to find anything.
I purchased a Smraza Super Starter Kit for Arduino Uno with the goal of creating a sound activated photo flash trigger. So far in my project I can use the IR remote to select a delay in either millisecond or microsecond delays. I then activate the sound sensor and wait for a loud enough sound. When it is sensed, I start the delay before I fire the flash. After the flash is triggered, I will deactivate/ignore the sound sensor to prevent any more sounds firing the flash again. Most of my work was based on the tutorials provided with the kit.
What I'm not sure about is how to actually fire the flash. If I just take the two leads from the flash and touch them together, it closes the circuit and the flash fires. I have another sound activated trigger kit (HiViz) that basically does the same thing but I simply followed the assembly steps. I have no idea how to convert what was done there to the Arduino Uno.
How would I go about connecting the flash to the Uno/breadboard so that through the software, I can close the circuit and fire the flash?
Thank you in advance for any help you may be able to provide me.