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  • Wondering if anyone can help…

    I've been searching all over for information on whether anyone has used the older yellow Picoboard as a "disconnected" sensor platform. That is, without connecting to a computer. I have a box of 8 Picoboards from our school's computer club and as the kids have gotten more advanced than Scratch, we'd like to repurpose the boards.

    Specifically, it would be neat to use it only battery powered, sending data to an Arduino, or program it as a standalone PIC16 device.

    • has anyone powered the board without USB?
    • and is there then a way to communicate with the board without USB?

    I've found projects for connecting it to a RaspPi but not an external Arduino.

    If you had any advice, I'd appreciate it.


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