Breadboard Connections  Breadboard are rows of connectors used to electrically connect components and wiring. Each row in each half of the breadboard are electrically the same point. There exist no connections between the headers and the breadboards or in columns on the breadboard. Components are connected between rows and to the headers to make electrical connections. Components should NOT be connected on a single row or they will be shorted out of the circuit. 15
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Content Changes: ID Professional Practice Gaps - sample Learners’ Professional Role (C4) Type of RSS Approach Associated with this Role (C5) Types of Professional Practice Gaps Encountered by these types of Learners in Practice (C2) (check all that apply) Clinician Lectured Based (Grand Rounds) Case Based Journal Club M&M  Researcher Lecture Based Case Based Journal Club Faculty Development  Problems encountered in practice or identified by the presence of poor or unexpectedly poor patient outcomes  Keeping abreast of new/emerging information and how to incorporate this into practice  Applying evidence based guidelines in practice  Gaps identified via PI/QI processes (must be outlined above) Section 3A Problems encountered in design and/or implementation of research project problems encountered in the interpretation and/or publication of research results  Problems encountered in applying basic research to clinical practice  Keeping abreast of new/emerging information and how to incorporate this into practice  Maintenance of Certification
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Connecting the Arbitrary Function Generator After connecting the probe leads to the Generator output, insert wires into the breadboard and clip the probe cable leads to the wires. Do not attach the clips directly to a resistor. •The heavy probe leads may pull the resistor out of the breadboard • Using wires makes it easier to change the resistor value.
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In-Class Activity 1 • Read and work activity 6 in Chapter 2 of Parallax’s Robotics with the Board of Education Shield for Arduino. The activity makes reference to the “BOE Shield,” a piece of hardware designed by Parallax to interface with the Arduino. The shield contains a breadboard as well as a few switches and connectors that we don’t have, but not to worry. The Arduino programs and the information about the Parallax servos are correct for our setup. • Complete the assembly of your boe-bot chassis before beginning activity 6. The completed chassis should include both servos, the arduino, and the breadboard. For power, you can leave your robot tethered to the USB cable or use a battery pack.
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Theremin Breadboard Configuration Hardware Needed: Resistors, Breadboard, Wire, Photoresistor, Piezo speaker, LED Dean Brock, Rebecca Bruce and Susan Reiser, CCSC SE 2009
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Breadboard Area A Breadboard is an electrical testing area for prototyping by quickly connecting components.  The rows are electrically connected to make connections between devices.  Headers are provided on 2 sides for: • I/O connections to the BASIC Stamp (P0-P15) • Vdd: + Voltage • Vss: - Voltage Use of Vin should be used • Vin: Supply Voltage only as directed as it can from battery or damage the BASIC Stamp or components. wall transformer 13
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Sidebar: Breadboard Capacitance Using a single inverter in 1.6 micron technology, put different extra load capacitances between the output of the inverter and ground Measured rise/fall/delay times and graphed vs. load cap. Extrapolated to where load would be zero. Vout Vin Cbboard Cextra Results: •The load capacitance of the bonding pad+bonding wire+pin+breadboard+active probe ensemble is about 15 pF. •The probe is claimed to have 1 pF load. •For the pad itself, Cadence extracts a capacitance of 0.24 pF, without the capacitances of the quite large ESD protection transistors. •A minimum-size inverter has an input capacitance of the order of 20 fF.
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Current Fluctuation  The figure on the left is a breadboard in our lab used to measure how noisy our power source is and how it can be filtered by using bypass capacitors to stabilize voltage and power flow.  Storing energy  Blocking DC Fig. 2. Set up on breadboard in electronics lab Fig. 3. Electronics Bus. 2012. Bypass Capacitor Operation and Noise Ripple Characteristics
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Budget (Actual) Item & Qty (1x) USB A->B (3x) 2N7000 (1x) 13 Pin Pigtail Connector (1x) (2/pkg) 2.1mm Coax plug (1x) (10/pkg) Bootloaded Atmega328 (1x)(~10/pkg) PCBs (1x)(50/pkg) 22pF Capacitors (2x)(2/pkg) Bootloaded Atmega328 (1x) LANMU UNO R3 (1x) Bluetooth Module (1x) WiFi Bee Current Total Costs Incurred $268.23 Current Budget Remaining $322.76 Date 2/13/2016 2/20/2016 2/20/2016 2/13/2016 3/13/2016 3/15/2016 3/13/2016 3/13/2016 3/8/2016 3/4/2016 3/4/2016 Total Cost $5.31 $3.83 $4.26 $4.27 $32.76 $33.00 $4.39 $10.99 $9.99 $8.99 $19.95 Current Overshoot $37.82 Item & Qty (1x) FTDI to USB TTL Serial Adaptor (1x)(10/pkg) Crystal (1x) Addicore ESP 8266 (1x) DIYmall ESP 8266 (1x) 830pt Breadboard + Wires (1x) 400pt Breadboard + Wires (1x)(5/pkg) IR LEDs (1x)(50/pkg) RGB LEDs (2x) IEIK UNO R3 (1x) Addicore ESP 8266 (1x)(10/pkg) PIR sensors Various parts Various equipment Date 2/26/2016 2/23/2016 2/4/2016 2/4/2016 12/21/2015 12/18/2015 12/12/2015 12/12/2015 12/12/2015 12/12/2015 12/12/2015 4/1/2016 4/4/2016 Total Cost $5.69 $5.85 $6.95 $7.99 $9.42 $8.90 $5.79 $5.13 $10.29 $6.95 $15.99 $30.25 $11.29
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Activity 2 1. Activity 2 adds a button to the circuit from activity 1 and requires conditionals (think if-statement). The LED should be on when the button is pressed and off when the button isn’t pressed. 2. Before you breadboard the circuit look at the bottom side (pin side) of the button to examine which pins are connected. There is a line connecting the pins that are wired together internally on each side. See the schematic below, pins 1 and 2 are connected, and pins 3 and 4 are connected. 3. First, breadboard the circuit diagram in the figure and sketch a flowchart of the program needed. Have a TA verify the flowchart.
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Activity 4 1. For Activity 4 the Arduino will read analog values from a temperature sensor and print out the temperature to the Serial Monitor. Carefully disconnect everything plugged into the breadboard and Arduino. Then, breadboard the circuit in Figure 6.
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The breadboard cape ITM QTY REF PART 1 1 PCB 2 2 P1, P2 2x23 HDR FE 3 1 P3 8 PIN HDR FE 4 2 S1, S2 BUTTONS 5 2 D1, D2 LEDS 6 2 R1, R2 RESISTOR 7 1 BR1 BREADBOARD 8 1 JMPR WIRE KIT DESCRIPTION 2-LAYER 3.4" x 2.15" DUAL - STRAIGHT SOCKET STRIP .025" SQ. PINS CONN HEADER FEMALE 8 POS 0.1" GOLD SWITCH TACT SPST-NO .05A 24V LED GREEN 3MM 568NM 20mA 2.12V RES 470 OHM 1/4W 5% CF MINI WHT ADHSV SLDRLSS BRDBRD 170 TIE PT 1.8" x 1.37" 10 x 14 LNGTH .1" .2" .3" .4" .5" .6" .7" .8" .9" 1" 2" 3" 4" 5" SE-3910 - Dr. Josiah Yoder Slide style: Dr. Hornick Much Material: Dr. Schilling DISTR PART # MLE DK DK DK DK PLU SQR SSHQ-123-D-08-F-LF PPPC081LFBN-RC B3F-1000 WP7104SGC CFM14JT470R 1490 7
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The breadboard cape ITM QTY REF PART 1 1 PCB 2 2 P1, P2 2x23 HDR FE 3 1 P3 8 PIN HDR FE 4 2 S1, S2 BUTTONS 5 2 D1, D2 LEDS 6 2 R1, R2 RESISTOR 7 1 BR1 BREADBOARD 8 1 JMPR WIRE KIT DESCRIPTION 2-LAYER 3.4" x 2.15" DUAL - STRAIGHT SOCKET STRIP .025" SQ. PINS CONN HEADER FEMALE 8 POS 0.1" GOLD SWITCH TACT SPST-NO .05A 24V LED GREEN 3MM 568NM 20mA 2.12V RES 470 OHM 1/4W 5% CF MINI WHT ADHSV SLDRLSS BRDBRD 170 TIE PT 1.8" x 1.37" 10 x 14 LNGTH .1" .2" .3" .4" .5" .6" .7" .8" .9" 1" 2" 3" 4" 5" SE-3910 - Dr. Josiah Yoder Slide style: Dr. Hornick Much Material: Dr. Schilling DISTR PART # MLE DK DK DK DK PLU SQR SSHQ-123-D-08-F-LF PPPC081LFBN-RC B3F-1000 WP7104SGC CFM14JT470R 1490 20
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Top Ten Secondary Category Challenges • Overall Top Ten Challenges • Top Ten Newly Reported Challenges Overall Secondary Challenge Rank (N) Category Overall Rank (N) Secondary Challenge Category 1 (1,835) Provider engagement 1 (134) MU Measures 3 2 (1,504) Administrative practice issues (Paperwork/Planning/Merger) 2 (80) Administrative practice issues 2 3 (43) Provider engagement 5 4 (19) Medicare technical issues 6 5 (16) Practice financial issues 12 6 (14) Technical vendor issues 11 7 (9) Vendor delays in Implementation/Installation 8 8 (8) Medicaid technical issues 13 9(8) Practice staffing 14 10 (7) Inaccurate reports and/or data 7 3 (986) Practice workflow adoption 4 (931) Vendor Selection 5 (642) Vendor delays in Implementation/Installation 6 (541) Practice financial issues 7 (482) Practice staff training 8 (463) Medicaid technical issues 9 (431) Technical vendor issues 10 (374) Reports Slow/Not Available Office of the National Coordinator for 03/14/19 Health Information Technology Data from the ONC CRM as of January 7, 2013. N=number of challenges reported. Rank Last Month 16
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