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Basic Stamp Computer Tutorial
Tutorial #10 - Serial Communication
General Information: Setting up the Basic Stamp Hardware Tips and Program Debugging Color coding your wiring How to read resistors Basic electronics symbols Hardware Section: Output Hardware: Hooking up a standard LED Standard LED Data Sheet LEDs used for Lego block color detection: Blue: Lite-On p/n LTL1CHTBK5 intensity: 880mcd @ 20mA (mcd = millicandela) http://optodatabook.liteon.com/DataBookFiles/6424/LTL1CHTBK.pdf Yellow: Lite-On p/n LTL1CHKSKNN intensity 320mcd @ 20mA http://optodatabook.liteon.com/DataBookFiles/6509/LTL1CHKSKNN.pdf Green: Lite-On p/n LTL1CHKGKNN intensity 320mcd @ 20mA http://optodatabook.liteon.com/DataBookFiles/4019/121JGKNN.pdf Red: Lite-On p/n LTL42E6N intensity 250mcd @ 20 mA http://optodatabook.liteon.com/DataBookFiles/4077/1CHKxKNN.pdf Red: Lite-On p/n LTL42EKEKNN intensity 880mcd @ 20mA Data sheet not found, but similar to LTL42E6N above Input Hardware: Hooking up a switch as an input to the Stamp
Figure 2: BS1-IC & TWS-434 Connections. Connect Pin# 7 (P0) of the BS1-IC to the data-input pin of the TWS-434 RF transmitter module. Pin# 4 of the TWS-434 is the antenna connection, and requires only a 13-inch piece of insulated hobby wire for an effective antenna.
Working with Stamps and PICs
BASIC Stamp RS232 & modem (c) 1998, 2002EME Systems, Berkeley CA U.S.A.
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