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Hello,

I have used my arduino board to complete a project which I want to then transfer onto a custom PCB. So basically I transfer the program to another atmega8 chip and then put in on my pcb and it should work. Where can I find the bare bones arduino schematic? Something which only has the essential parts required.
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Google standalone Arduino. As if this hasn't been asked a bazillion times.
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wow that was rude.
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wow that was rude.
So is asking a question that has been answered many times, without doing any searching.
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Here's one I made in powerpoint. Not the greatest looking.  Leave off the ICSP connector if you are dropping in a programmed part.


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