The LEDx12 board is an excellent addition to the Tinusaur kit. It will allow you to learn even more about the electronics, the interesting Charlieplexing circuit, and how to program it.
Once assembled, this board can be programmed with our own Blocktinu development environment. This can be done in two ways – by block programming or by writing code in the C language. There is a third option, using the Arduino development environment.
IMPORTANT: To use this shield board, you must also have a Tinusaur main board, as it is mounted on top of it.
- Resistors – 4 pcs.
- LEDs – 12 pcs.
- Headers – 3 pcs.
- Buzzer – 1 pc.