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oak:tutorials:proto [2016/01/17 16:48]
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oak:tutorials:proto [2016/02/19 17:50]
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-//**THIS TUTORIAL HAS NOT YET BEEN REVIEWED, PLEASE DO NOT USE UNTIL IT HAS**// 
  
 ======Prototype Shield Kit Tutorial====== ======Prototype Shield Kit Tutorial======
  
 =====Product Description:​===== =====Product Description:​=====
-[IMAGE SHIELD + MALE HEADERS with Ruler+[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-1.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-1.jpg}}]
-[IMAGE SHIELD CLOSEUP with Ruler+[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-2.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-2.jpg}}]
-[ASSEMBLED CLOSEUP]+[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-4.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-4.jpg}}]
  
 The Prototype Shield Kit breaks out the connections on the Digistump Oak development board and provides a small through hole soldering area for building custom circuits. The Prototype Shield Kit breaks out the connections on the Digistump Oak development board and provides a small through hole soldering area for building custom circuits.
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 =====Assembly:​===== =====Assembly:​=====
  
-[IMAGE SHIELD + MALE HEADERS with Ruler]+[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-3.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-3.jpg}}]] 
 +[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-6.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-6.jpg}}]] 
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 +Cut or Snap a length of two male headers 9 pins long and one 3 pins long. Insert into corresponding positions (on the bottom of the board) and solder each pin. 
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 +**Tip:** Inserting the headers into a breadboard and then placing the board on top can make this process easier. Be caureful not to heat the headerpins to the point that it melts the plastic surrounding the pin or the breadboard. 
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 +[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-7.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-7.jpg}}]] 
 +[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-8.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-8.jpg}}]]
  
-Cut a length of male headers 6 pins long and one 3 pins long. Insert into corresponding positions (on the bottom of the board) ​and solder each pin.+**Tip 2:** If not using the above tip, solder ​one pin then check that the header is in the right position ​and is square to the PCB before continuing the rest.
  
-[ASSEMBLED CLOSEUP]+[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-10.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-10.jpg}}]] 
 +[[https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​m/​oak-prototype-shield-5.jpg|{{https://​s3.amazonaws.com/​digispark/​images/​t/​oak-prototype-shield-5.jpg}}]]
  
-**Tip:** Inseting the headers into a breadboard and then placing the board on top can make this process easier. 
  
 **Note:** If you are using stackable headers, use them here instead of the standard male headers. **Note:** If you are using stackable headers, use them here instead of the standard male headers.
oak/tutorials/proto.txt · Last modified: 2016/02/19 17:50 by digistump