Check out the picture I took of the instruction that came with the board (second post): "(it uses the GPIO Pins 17-26)". So, that's incorrect and it indeed hooks up to the 2x 5v, 1x 3.3v, 2x GND, 5x GPIO combination?pofs wrote:Where did you read about GPIO 17-26 pins? I've looked over pdfs on the site, and they never mention pin numbers.
You should hook it up as shown in the pictures (pins 1-10).
pz1 wrote:Well the confusion may arise from the fact that the functionality of the pins are programmable. (See http://wiringpi.com/pins/special-pin-functions/) So that may lead to misleading naming conventions on the edge connector. Actually GPIO X is defined on the SOC chip, and may be mapped to a specific pin on the edge connectors.
It is very confusing indeed. One probably has to be of British origin to really understand and appreciate
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OneFastt997 wrote:I tried it both ways and can't get it to work either way but I don't want to troubleshoot further until I know which one is right.
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