Whilst on the subject, I suggest the hardware page lists all the connectors (or on subpage with a picture with arrows/mouseovers). Comparing the Due to (f.ex) the Mega there are 4 more connectors, or put another way, the Mega had one header connector (ICSP), the Due has 4 (SPI, ICSP, DEBUG and one unlabled) apart from the double micro USB (with the label on the reverse side). Some, but not all, are mentioned on the page. Just a thought/suggestion
We already have pinout photo threads:
We already have pinout photo threads
Quote from: Nantonos on Nov 10, 2012, 04:16 amWe already have pinout photo threadsOh yes. Silly of me not to have found them with forum search. <sarcasm off>
I like those, copied them to my local datasheet folder.
Yeah nice job on those graphics.Actually just looking at the Due one, can you add some indication of the high-current pins. I think that would be useful.
QuoteWe already have pinout photo threads:Yes we do, and that's just another indictment on the Arduino documentation. Go to probably any other board's web site and there's a nice graphic of some kind showing the pinout of the connectors. Go to the Arduino website and you wind up downloading a schematic and mapping the pins to a data sheet.EDIT:Here's one I did for a board I'm working on at the momentThat took me all of 10 minutes to do. Why doesn't Arduino do something similar? Or at least use the photos linked to above._____Rob
I've had a request for the Corel file so here's a link to the file for anyone interested.www.robgray.com/temp/pinout.cdr______Rob