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Hello all.
I am using the Adruino Mega for a project and need to write a design report. For the report I need to include any Engineering standards that this microcontroller adheres to (example: ieee standards, ANSI, ISO etc.) Is there anywhere where I can find any standards that relate to this microcontroller? (if any)
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
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Boards seem to have CE marking on them.
ISO is more of a manufacturing standard.
ANSI,IEEE, who knows.

Best bet is to submit questions to the developers directly
http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ContactUs
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Thanks, you seemed to have pointed me in the right direction. smiley
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I understand that the newer arduino's have also got an FCC certificate.
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