Hello there, I'm afraid that a fried my DUE
, not fun....
I have built a my own shield from this prototyping board http://www.nkcelectronics.com/MEGAshield-KIT-for-Arduino-MEGA-2560-R3-and-Arduino-DUE_p_309.html
When I was done with my shield a measured continuity between ground and 3.3volt, ground and 5v and between the vcc and gnd "rails" and there was no continuity what so ever. I also double checked that 3.3volt was to be used on the shield, the protoshield has a jumper which let you choose between 3.3 or 5v. All looked fine so I hooked it in my DUE and turned on the power, and nothing happens, I unplug the power source and measures continuity once more, and now suddenly I got continuity between 3.3v and gnd, but not between 5v and gnd, I then remove my shield fromthe DUE and measures continuity once more and all looks fine, then I measure the continuity on my DUE and now I got continuity between 3.3v and gnd, but not 5v and gnd, so for some reason my "all looks fine" shield has fried up my DUE.
Should add that I used a power source of 12volts hooked into the power jack on the DUE.
So can anyone confirm that my DUE is fried, and can anyone give me some hints of what I should look after on my shield, cause something is wrong with it, but not the continuity?