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Topic: Question about Arduino Serial Board from Mouser (Read 2 times) previous topic - next topic


The whole list of parts doesn't cost that much from Mouser.  I was going to order some things anyway and there was this handy board that I could solder a chip and a few bits and bobs to.  I wanted a board that was suitable for an Atmel chip that required a separate ground plane for the ADC's VCC.  Moving up to an ATMega simplifies, at least as far as I can tell, wiring it up and programming my project.  Or not.  The chip costs about the same as the ATTiny26 and all the other parts are exactly the same. 

It requires the six pin programming cable and I'll be waiting for that to arrive from Sparkfun.

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