We have all the parts sandwiched together, and the power is working!
We velcro the electronics to the middle of the bottom of the box (we don't want it to slide around).

We have the EZ-Link facing on side of the box, which we will call the "status panel side". Since the EZ-Link has LEDs on it, it will be always lit when the power is applied.
Put the lid on, and turn on the power!

Start programming your Arduino wirelessly, and interacting with it via your Android device!

If you haven't already, get the source code and start modifying it!

This guide was first published on Jun 13, 2014. It was last updated on Jun 13, 2014.

This page (Putting it all Together) was last updated on Jan 21, 2014.

Text editor powered by tinymce.