The PiRingo from 4Tronix is a 12 LED  board arranged in a ring with a couple of switches.

To use it , launch ScratchGPIO Pluse create a variable called AddOn and use the Green Flag Event to set it to PiRingo

You can control the LEDs by using broadcasting Led1 .. Led12 on or Off e.g broadcast Led5On or broadcast Led1Off.  You also can use the usual AllOn and AllOff broadcasts.

PiRingoDocIf you create a variable called Power2, then you can vary the brightness of LED2 by changing its value from 0 to 100.

The switches states are available as on or off by using the sensor blocks in the sensing section.

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  1. 27th January 2014

    […] Python programs are available, but I chose to use the gpio extensions to Scratch, which also support the board, as the software is more appropriate to a 5 year […]

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