Hi @Philip_Verbeek and @JackANDJude !
I have a n00b question - or at least a question that I don't seem to find an answer to, or a discussion on:
I realise that most (all?) new, community-proposed bits must have involved a connection to a proto bit once upon a time. But I don't see anyone discussion how they do proto input. I see a lot on proto output (i.e. controlling new downstream output elements using bits), but I need a description in how to control bits using new input elements.
In my case, I am trying to use a non-bit pressure sensor and circuit as input to bits. The circuit works fine, and I'm able to quiz the voltage using the proto, as well as voltage changes as I push the pressure sensor. However, connecting a Number or bargraph module to the proto 'out' just gives me static output; pushing the sensor generates no difference in either Number of bargraph bit (and neither Values nor Volts setting works on the Number). Surely the Number element should react to variable input voltage?
And what do I do with the Signal out lead, as the proto site suggest that one adds? Maybe it's not a requirement, and could just go into another breadboard circuit (or something). The jumpers' functionality confuse me, too.
Since you have both created custom bits - not just output but also inputs (like the NFC bit @Philip_Verbeek) - I hope that you have experience with proto input! c:
Thanks in advance -