2020-12-30 (W) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

I finished up some of the wiring work I missed earlier, such as a ground wire on the EStop and power wires to the sliders. After that, I checked that the ribbon cable would work the way I planned, and it seemed like it would.

The big task for the day was removing the female header sockets on the pins I wanted to use for IO. I used some flush cutters to remove the plastic form, then melted the solder to knock away the copper. I only added signal wires for my analog and discrete IO, plus power, due to an oversight. I neglected to add a wire in one of the serial ports, which I will need for the MIDI soundcard.
Input wiring

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