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Bonjour,

Est-il possible d'utiliser un Atmega2560 en stand alone comme on peut le faire avec un Atmega 328?
J'imagine que oui???

Je ne sais pas souder les composants CMS, aussi, existe-il des Atmega2560 soudés sur lesquels on pourrait repiquer toutes les pattes facilement?

Merci ;-)
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on en voit quelques uns avec un moteur de recherche les mots  "atmega 2560 breakout"
Il ya eu aussi des réponses dans ce fil de discussion :
http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,70285.msg521532.html#msg521532
Un peu cher par rapport à une carte Mega2560 .... (25€ sur ebay)
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I purchased this per the prior message

http://www.schmartboard.com/index.asp?page=products_qfp&id=70

and am waiting for a rainy weekend to put one together.
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