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chris_c

I've noticed for quite some time that the main product description page is missing the pin outs document

I put a spreadsheet together that shows arduino pins to atmega2560 ports and atmega2560 ports to arduino pins
I've put it in the playground in interfacing with hardware / general (right at the bottom)

It would be very nice to see the official page updated with a proper pinout though (in both directions!) as most people
will probably fail to find this important info in the playground  :smiley-roll:



retrolefty

What PC application program reads a .ods file?

Lefty

robtillaart

Rob Tillaart

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retrolefty

Might be more useful if put in a more common document, maybe a .pdf?

By the way someone already placed a arduino pins worksheet on the google spreadsheet site, showing pins assignments for both the 168/328 chips and 'mega' chip, which in the arduino world means both the mega1280 and mega2560 chips which share the same pin assignments.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=rtHw_R6eVL140KS9_G8GPkA&gid=0

Lefty

robtillaart

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Might be more useful if put in a more common document, maybe a .pdf?

Allready PM-ed Chris and asked him to do this.

Hope both tables are in sync :)
Rob Tillaart

Nederlandse sectie - http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/board,77.0.html -
(Please do not PM for private consultancy)

chris_c


Might be more useful if put in a more common document, maybe a .pdf?

feel free.... something editable is more useful however...

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By the way someone already placed a arduino pins worksheet on the google spreadsheet site

Its only one way not both ways, seeing that spreadsheet was exactly why I made my own version...

retrolefty

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feel free.... something editable is more useful however...


Well to edit or convert it I would have to be able to open it, right? I don't have open office on my machine, I'm sure that is the case for lots of the forum members. I'm not trying to put down your effort, it is appreciated ( I think, can't open the document), just that you consider making it avalible in a more common document format.

Lefty

chris_c

http://www.ehow.com/how_6365644_convert-ods-file-xls.html three way to open a ods on window...

most other spreadsheets other than ms office can usually make a fair fist of opening open office documents, if you ask nicely I can lend you the purchase price of open office...

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