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Video that made me realize there was one part I possibly didn’t explain very well about the wiring on the board. So this is just a very short video to explain that bit. I might have missed off and the questions were caused by people who had noticed these connectors here: I’m using rj45 cat5 plat cables to wire into the RFID senses and to wire into the Arduino at the other end, and I think some people might have got confused Into thinking that this was an ethernet connected puzzle, although they needed an Ethernet shield or something like that, that’s not the case at all. I am simply using rj45 cables because I have an absolute ton of packed cables lying around the place, they’re very cheap to buy and they’re pretty convenient and they’re easy to plug in and out. So if you have a prop that has components like these sensors that you might want to position some distance away from your microprocessor from your Arduino or Raspberry Pi, rather than running jumper wires like these all the way I’m, just using our Pat cables as a convenient Way of transmitting data or power to particular components, so what I’m actually using here? If I, if I shave them a bit more detail, so they come in common two segments. Really, this is the connector itself. So this is an rj45 little connector thing which I bought from eBay. You see like that, and this is an rj45 lead and it simply plugs into there like that and what it does is.
It exposes all of the eight possible connectors that are going through the the rj45. It exposes them on these little pins here now those pins aren’t a standard size to plug into a breadboard on their own, but you can also get five just over the bag. One of these little things, so this is a breakout board that goes with that rj45 connector, and, if you sold of that and that together, what you end up with is something that looks like this say this is that are a fortified connector and it is going On to the breakout board, and then the breakout board has these pins here and what that means is that, okay, back to my original puzzle again, you can now have both ends of my rj45 cable. I can just expose all of the cables here on to doop. On leads and wire them into our connector here and at the other end I can wire them into my Arduino save, and this is not an Ethernet puzzle. You do not need anything it field, it has no network connectivity at all. All it is doing is using cat5 cables with oddly fortified connectors, at the end, as a method to connect components together in a convenient way, because I just have loads of the cables lying around. So I hope that clears that up in case anyone was confused when they saw this puzzle and thought that it was Ethernet related that’s.
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