Pick up a copy of “Getting Started with Adafruit Trinket” and for a couple dollars more, hit the ground running with a Trinket 5V!
This pack is great for somebody starting out with microcontrollers to get them up and running quickly with this board, as well as for somebody with a more advanced grasp to give them some great projects to inspire their own creations.
These are fairly easy to put together and should take around an hour to make. You’ll need some basic soldering and hand tools to install the JST connector on the bottom side of the Trinket and connect your NeoPixel rings. We don’t include a soldering iron or solder but sell them in the Adafruit store and you can find epoxy or hot glue at most hardware/craft stores. The soldering is easy and is possible to do by beginners, its a 1-2 hour project (30 minutes if you are a kit-making expert!) Check the tutorial page to see what you’ll need to complete the project!
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