Using analogue HAT interfaces

This issue we’ll learn how to use the Explorer HAT Pro to work with analogue electronics by creating two projects. First we create a simple light-detecting nightlight, then we create an electronic candle that we can blow out. But first we need to set up our equipment.

With the power turned off to your Raspberry Pi, place the Explorer HAT Pro so that it connects to all 40 GPIO pins, and so that it fits neatly above the Pi. Now connect your keyboard, mouse, HDMI and so on to your Pi and boot up. For the next step you will need to connect

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