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Topic: nano 3.0 websdite info wrong (Read 575 times) previous topic - next topic

jshanab

The analog ports are numbered wrong in the image on the site.
Unfortunately the a/d inputs on pins labeled a0 and a1 are really A6 and A7. These apparently cannot be used as anything other than analog input. The application I was working on had a basic stamp in here and is using the shiftout trick on those pins. so I am screwed.

This limitation needs to be called out.

I have 3 extra digital outs of course, I am using a tall socket and letting the board overhang, but how to get it over to the other side. This board needs to still take the BS2. :-(

Another unpleasent surprise was that the arduino has .1 pin headers and not pins that can go in a socket.  

If the point was to make for an easy migration for BS2 users, we kinda missed the mark slightly.

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