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Hey all,

I've had a DFR0009 shield for a while but only today realised which digital pins are broken out. As far as I can tell, they're not documented. The analog pins and a few others on the bottom edge are labelled on the board; for some reason the pins at top-right are not labelled.

The DFR0009 uses digital pins 4-10, which means we should have access to pins 0-3 and 11-13. Well we do... the pins (holes actually) at top-right of the board are, from the right, 0, 1, 2, 3, 11, 12 and 13. See pic below...

Hope this helps other users...


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Thanks for mentioning this.
Iv'e got a similar board (doesn't say DFRobot or any other brand), and the reason for the missing labels seems to be a lack of space for that.
I just happened to see this myself this weekend and was planning to find out what pins are available there, you beat me to it so thanks.
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Did you connect the grounds ?
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Well if yours is similar, it might not be identical. Probably worth taking a few minutes to check them with your meter to see exactly where the come from....

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