Well, I cooked up a board. The things a break at Christmas is good for.
Cool... I want one Hey but can you break out the rest of the pins?? You could make a 2-wide header that goes along an edge, kind of like Maple.What is the big pad around U1 for? A heat sink?
I've been using iteadstudio and buying 10, 20, 50 boards.5cm x 5cm, $9.9010cm x 10cm, $24.90Shipping to east coast US has been $5, about 3 weeks.There pics at my signature link. Very good quality boards.
My primary objective for the 1284P is to get the additional RAM (and code space). Also needed to maintain the traditional Arduino dimensions and header locations, including ICSP. There is more then enough IO on an ATmega328 for my purposes....So all considered, it is built with my particular specifications in mind.
How did you estimate the area needed for the PCB heatsink?
Seems to be easier with the Variants folder now to implement a different mapping, need to look into that more.
I've been using iteadstudio and buying 10, 20, 50 boards.5cm x 5cm, $9.9010cm x 10cm, $24.90
QuoteSeems to be easier with the Variants folder now to implement a different mapping, need to look into that more.I will have to figure that one out. It seems one can define everything there is to a custom board and place it in the sketches folder. No need to modify any of the original Arduino distributed file. I sure hope that is how it works.
Here's the 1284DIP layout I worked up.