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May 5, 2014 AT 12:46 pm

Ask your Wearables Questions! LIVE Wearable Electronics with Becky Stern 5/7 2pm ET

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1 Comment

  1. Which “wearable” arduinos (like Flora) have higher current driver outputs than a “normal” Arduino? What’s the difference?

    I know I can drive an LED or two normally, but that I cannot have all those outputs driving an LED at the same time. But I heard at Maker Faire last year that some wearable CPU boards had higher current than typical, so you could drive a few LEDs from an output. Is there a reference page that compares the per-pin and per-chip currents?

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