You can change the designated pin by editing /boot/cmdline.txt (see my notes: http://captainbodgit.blogspot.co.uk/201 ... ensor.html)evilkitty wrote:...can i use any of the green pins in this image...
No, my brain was still fast asleep! My circuit uses white leds, so I know they typically have a Vf of 3.5 to 4V:-Smittie wrote:...You where almost right...
Yes, it looks good to me....Is the scheme with these components good?]
It would be a good idea to tell us what happens when you type:-sunharrison wrote:...sudo shutdown -r now does not make the pi restart!
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No, that's a Giga-Thread....we've already banned those here!blc wrote:... it's been going since December 2011 and has now reached: 22,114 replies, 1106 pages, and 1,250,869 views. Now that is a mega-thread!
I doubt that an extra 100-150mA will cause problems. But measure system current before adding leds.Smittie wrote: I don't want to draw to much amperes. So I thought that when I use a battery it will be safer. Please correct me if I'm wrong.