Previous image Up to current index page (2) Next image Now to wire up the AUX port interface. Begin with the diode, stripe DOWN, into the TXO hole on the Arduino board. Then a 51K-ohm (give or take) resistor into the Vcc hole on the opposite edge of the Arduino board. Twist the resistor around the stiffer diode lead, and solder all three connections. Another view, before soldering. Side view of the diode, showing the stripe DOWN. All soldered and snipped. Looking good! Now..thread a cable tie carefully under the wiring and around the back side of the Arduino board. Insert the 6P6C cable through it, and tighten the cable tie to secure it in place during the wiring procedure. Note that this will eventually be wrapped in heat-shrink tubing which will hold it even better. Begin routing and soldering the five wires in place. Best to start with the RXI line, then the GND wire, followed by the wire to Pin-4 (the BUSY line). These all attach directly into the holes on the Arduino board, as shown.
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Side view of the diode, showing the stripe DOWN.
Side view of the diode, showing the stripe DOWN. (z040080932)
z040080932 (21/31): OnePlus-LE2125 ISO100 1/120 f2.2 3.5mm 2022-02-05 08:09
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