Circuit Diagram

Use the diagram above to reference the wired connections. The length of wires are not exact, this is just a visual representation of the circuit. A small piece of the Adafruit Perma-Proto is used to break out additional voltage and ground pins. On the back of the Trinket is a male JST connector – A JST slide switch adapter is connected to turn the circuit on and off. The circuit is powered by a 3.7V 500mAh lipo battery.

Wired Connections

Below is a list of the wired connections in this circuit. Most of the voltage and ground connections will be wired to the piece of Adafruit Perma-Proto breadboard PCB.

  • VCC from 3mm LEDs to voltage on Adafruit Perma-Proto
  • GND from 3mm LEDs to ground on Adafruit Perma-Proto
  • GND from 10mm LED to ground on Adafruit Perma-Proto
  • VCC from 10mm LED to pin #0 on Adafruit Trinket
  • VCC from micro servo to voltage on Adafruit Perma-Proto
  • GND from micro servo to ground on Adafruit Perma-Proto 
  • Data from micro servo to pin #4 on Adafruit Trinket

Strand of 3mm LEDs

A strand of 6x 3mm LEDs are arranged and wired to a single voltage and ground pin on the Perma-Proto PCB. The LEDs are wired together in series. The diagram below shows how they can be wired, but it's not a 100% representation of the strand. In this project, the leads are much shorter and the LEDs are spaced further apart.

This guide was first published on Jul 18, 2017. It was last updated on Jul 18, 2017.

This page (Circuit Diagram) was last updated on Jul 15, 2017.

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