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July 29, 2014 AT 8:00 am

DIY Clap-On Lights with Tessel

Make clap-on lights with Tessel. by SelkeyMoonbeam via instructables

Tessel-Clap-Switch
Tessel listens for a clap, then toggles a relay to turn something on and off.

You need:
Tessel
Ambient Module
Relay Module
Lights and plug (or similar)
To use:
Clone this repo
npm install
Connect lights to Relay Module in Relay port 1
Plug in modules to Tessel: Relay in port A; Ambient in port B
Plug in tessel via USB
Plug in power to lights/relay
Run “tessel run index.js” from this folder in your terminal
Clap! Watch the lights turn on and off.

Full tutorial


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