Asked by people quite some time earlier, we started to prepare the kits. The sliders are rarely used so we have to place a small order, and they finally arrives. Pretty good stylish switches, reminding me of those electrical 101 classes back in school…
Since Albert is busy with iPod breakout, I pick up the solder and assembled one for myself. It might take about half a hour for someone like me who don’t solder often now, nothing is difficult but having fun! Following the guides here: http://wiki.nycresistor.com/wiki/Danger_Shield_1.0
One trick here is on the temp sensor. Maybe you would want to solder the temp sensor the reverse way than the mark on PCB, or it will turn down the shield and heat itself. Check out the scheme and you will understand why.
Seeeduino is perfect for the shield, skipping following steps.
Prepare Arduino Headers
Insulate USB Connector
Tested with Demo code – Random blinking of every shiny ones.
Complete kits Here, enjoy some soldering ^^