Wired Connections

The circuit diagram above shows how the components will be wired together. This won't be 100% exact in the actual circuit but it's a very close approximation. 

  • SW from JST Breakout to Positive on Adafruit Audio FX
  • GND from JST Breakout to GND on Adafruit Audio FX
  • Pin 0 from Adafruit Audio FX to Pushbutton
  • G from Adafruit Audio FX to Pushbutton
  • VIN from Adafruit Audio FX to VIN on Audio Amplifier
  • GND from Adafruit Audio FX to GND on Audio Amplifier
  • L from Adafruit Audio FX to A+ on Audio Amplifier
  • GND from Adafruit Audio FX to A– on Audio Amplifier
  • GND from Speaker to GND on Audio Out of Audio Amplifier
  • Positive from Speaker to Positive on Auio Out of Audio Amplifier
  • Anode (+) from LED to SW on JST Breakout
  • Cathode (–) from LED to GND on Adafruit Audio FX

Battery Power

The circuit will be powered by a 3.7V 2200mAh Lithium ion cylindrical battery via JST connection. The battery plugs directly into the Switched JST-PH 2-pin breakout board.

We didnt include a battery charger on-board, so to recharge the battery, disconnect it and use a Micro Lipo charger with your computer or USB wall chager

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This guide was first published on Oct 17, 2016. It was last updated on May 14, 2024.

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