Detailed schematics of the PCB can be downloaded here: Kitty Flower Schematic
- USB C connector - This is used for power and data. Connect to your computer via a USB C cable to update firmware and edit code.
- LiPoly Battery connector - This 2-pin JST PH connector allows you to plug in lipoly batteries to power the Flower. The Flower is also capable of charging batteries plugged into this port via USB.
You will need to get the lipoly batteries separately to power the Flowers. These are some good options that are small and have short connecting cables so you can hide the batteries behind the flowers.
On the back side of the PCB, you can find the accelerometer and vibration motor.
- I2C - This is for LIS2DH 3-Axis Accelerometer.
- D5 - This is the pin for programming the vibration motor.
On the front side of the PCB, you can find seven NeoPixel RGB LEDs that decorate the outskirt of the flower petals. The golden flower core/stamen is the touch sensor.
- D6 - This is the ping for programming the touch sensor.
- D9 - This is the pin for programming the NeoPixel RGB LEDs.