vigneshnair13 wrote:Hey Guys,
I upgraded to a Raspberry Pi Model B+ and I wanted to start working with the GPIO pins, so I bought an assembled T-Cobbler Plus. Yet, I still had one question; how do I connect the T-Cobbler Plus to a breadboard, in what slots? Really appreciate any help.
If you don't know how a breadboard works then try this: https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=el ... d+tutorial
Once you understand that you will know how to connect the T cobbler to the breadboard.
Pay particular attention to how the ribbon cable is oriented on the T cobbler AND the RPi GPIO pins. Usually the ribbon cable has a single red or other color (colour) stipe on one side. That usually designates where pin 1 is. You want pin 1 on the T cobbler and the RPi to be the same.
Unless specified otherwise my response is based on the latest and fully updated RPiOS Buster w/ Desktop OS.