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pighixxx

Feb 07, 2013, 08:15 pm Last Edit: Aug 02, 2014, 11:26 am by pighixxx Reason: 1
New pinout available!
Download here: http://pighixxx.com/nanopdf.pdf
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Hi, All

The MINI Version, the next is really Leonardo  :D



Link to PDF

limbo

OH That's great. Thanks a Million.

dehein2


maxid

thanks a lot - again !thanks a lot - again !
El que pregunta aprende, el que responde aprende a responder.

bstott

It looks 1ike identification is wrong for at least physical pin 16. It is not an OC1A per datasheet doc8161-2.pdf. 

Beautiful pdfs--- I enjoy using them.

awardblvr

Link seems to be broken today.

Just going to a "Please be patient" site, and then nothing.

Is there a backup site?

Thanks

pighixxx

The new Nano pinout is ready next week.
See you soon!

pighixxx

The new NANO pinout
Download here: http://pighixxx.com/nanopdf.pdf

kdobrev

I appreciate the work that you guys have done, but these images are not color blind friendly.
Please, take care of that problem.

pighixxx

Thanks for the suggestion.
I'm already working on this

lost_and_confused

I'm going to make a fool of myself, but anyway......

Looking at your PNG file I'm stuck with some things:

What are the purple numbers?  It seems to be the generic arduino pin numbers.
But it would seem 0 and 1 are "reversed"?

"Pin 13" - the LED pin.  What does the last symbol mean?  (to the right of SCK)


pighixxx

Hi,
- The purple numbers are matching with the ide (purple digital pin, green analogic pin)
- Yes, correct 0 and 1 are reversed
- Is the LED symbol  :D

Thanks,
Alberto

Antoha398

Thank you for diagram.

According to the schematic http://arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/ArduinoNano30Schematic.pdf , the pin D11 is MOSI and D12 is MISO, isn't it?

pighixxx


gatesky

Nice diagram! Thanks for sharing!

Is it possible that the descriptions of D11 and D12 are just interchanged? According to the official Nano page http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardNano, D11 is PWM and D12 is not.

The other labels also seem to be switched: MISO/MOSI, PB3/PB4, etc.


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