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The Arduino Nano is a small board based on the ATmega328 or 168. It has male headers, so it can be plugged directly into a breadboard. It is small and compact, and features a USB chip.

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First, as Majenko said, you need resistors between the arduino output pins and the transistor bases. Start at something like 330 Ohm. Second, what is the value of the potentiometers? If it is too low …
answered Apr 25 '16 by Alphonsos_Pangas
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Too many pieces of the puzzle are missing for us to venture a guess on what is going wrong: The output you get (both in the LCD and the serial console) The message sent One thing that strikes me a …
answered May 11 '16 by Alphonsos_Pangas