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LAB 8 Exercises Exercise 1: DIO Writing to the digital output port. Exercise 2: Warm Up: building a LED circuit Build the circuit shown below. Try applying the ground (by hand), then removing it to see what happens. Exercise 3: Writing to the digital output port—using a transistor circuit Create a VI that causes a LED that is put anywhere on ELVIS to light up for 2 seconds, then go out for 2 seconds, then light up for 2 seconds, ... Note: the LED must not be one of those that are already mounted on ELVIS, but rather it should be one of your LED’s, and it should be connected with a transistor circuit. Solution 1. Construct the electric circuit show above. NOTE that the transistor to use is the KSP2222A. To know which of the transistor terminals is the collector (C), which is the base (B), and which is the emitter (E), go to the website: www.alldatasheet.com, then enter the number of your transistor (written on the black body of the transistor) in the search box, on the website. You will get
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