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Bringamosa

Thanks all for the recommendations. For now i ordered this one:



 10 for $5 and $7 shipping

westfw

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Jun 14, 2018, 10:07 am Last Edit: Jun 14, 2018, 10:20 am by westfw

wvmarle

Good luck beating the Pro Mini on weight. Mine comes in at 4.2 grams, with all headers soldered in - so without the headers it's more like 3 g. A DIP-28 chip weighs almost that much by itself.

Every gram saved on processor is a gram more for sensors!
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Bringamosa

Wvmarle wrong topic? Weight does not matter at all in this project..

wvmarle

Ah... possibly, very similar one around about doing the same thing to a drone.
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DaveEvans

A nice thing about the MDC board (and Ardweeny) vs the Oshpark board, IMHO, is the FTDI header.

Bringamosa

DaveEvans I get your idea too. I'll probably be programming  the chip on the uno and them move it over to this board once all the debugging is done and it's ready to go out in the wild.

Bringamosa

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Jun 18, 2018, 10:34 pm Last Edit: Jun 18, 2018, 10:39 pm by Bringamosa
this is what i got today:







Went ahead and put some components on it already.

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