2019-08-22 (Th) PillarGame

Cords to the power supplies were tangling with each other and hard to manage so each of them was trimmed to the minimum length and the spare wire was set aside for later. Ends going under the terminals were crimped with insulated ferrules.
Shortened wires to power supplies

Voltage indicators were adhered to the terminal block to show the live readings and to provide an indication of where the voltage was present. The 12V should only be supplying the motors, and the 5V should give power to all the LEDs. It might be convenient to run the base Arduino from the five volts by putting a USB socket nearby.
Live voltage readouts on the distribution block

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