Then slide the switch on the right side of the Lily Pad USB Plus to the ON position.The board has two modes to choose from: when the Lily Pad Slide Switch (the other switch at the bottom right of the board) is turned OFF, all of the LEDs will turn on in sequence.
The Lily Pad Proto Snap Plus ships with pre-loaded code that showcases all of the Lily Pad pieces connected to it.
To power up the Proto Snap Plus, connect it to your computer using a micro-B USB cable or attach an E-Textiles Battery.
The Lily Pad Proto Snap Plus features twelve Lily Pad components connected to a Lily Pad microcontroller by conductive pathways called traces.
For reference, each component on the Proto Snap has a nearby label with its name and the number of the Lily Pad USB Plus sew tab it is connected to.
Features: Note: The "A" in front of analog sew tab numbers in your code is optional.
However, do not include the "~" symbol for PWM outputs.
After testing out your coding ideas using the attached Lily Pad pieces, you can break apart the board and sew them into your project.
To reprogram and recharge the board, you’ll need a micro-B USB cable.
The Lily Pad USB Plus is an Arduino-compatible microcontroller similar to the Lily Pad Arduino USB - ATmega32U4 Board but with some additional features and three additional sew tabs.
It is currently only available on the Lily Pad Proto Snap Plus.
Now that you’ve explored the board’s features, it’s time to upload some code!