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This device shows up as just a combination of a 1018 and a single port 1204.  Because of this we ask that you refer to the manuals for the [[1018 User Guide|1018]] and [[1204 User Guide|1204]] respectively for information on the technical details and API for each half of this device.
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This device shows up as just a combination of a 1018 and a single port 1204.  Because of this we ask that you refer to the manuals for the [[1018 User Guide|1018]] and [[1204 User Guide|1204]] respectively for information on testing your device, technical details, and the API for each half of this device.
  
 
==Product History==
 
==Product History==

Revision as of 19:51, 20 July 2012

Getting Started

Checking the Contents

You should have received:

  • A PhidgetTextLCD 8/8/8 - White
  • A mini-USB cable

In order to test your new Phidget you will also need:

  • A piece of wire to test the digital inputs
  • An LED to test the digital outputs
  • An analog sensor to test the analog inputs. We are using the 1124-Precision Temperature Sensor

Connecting the Pieces

  1. Connect the Analog Sensor to the analog input port 0 using a Phidgets sensor cable. The analog ports are numbered from 0 to 7 starting from the left.
  2. Connect one end of the wire to digital input port 0 and the other end to the ground connection.
  3. Connect the LED by inserting the long LED wire into the digital output 0 and the shorter wire into Ground.
  4. Connect the PhidgetTextLCD board to the PC using the USB cable.

1203 2 Connecting The Hardware.jpg

This device shows up as just a combination of a 1018 and a single port 1204. Because of this we ask that you refer to the manuals for the 1018 and 1204 respectively for information on testing your device, technical details, and the API for each half of this device.

Product History

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