Arduino micro on a PCB

I am trying to find a socket so that I can pop an Arduino micro onto a PCB, I have pretty much figured everything out but the only socket I can find that might fit will take 10 weeks to ship. I really don’t want to solder the micro onto the board…

Just use male/female header strips. Snap them off to the right length.

yea I thought about that, concern is them bending, I have seen in the past a socket for the SB2 microcontroller for just this purpose. I won't go into why I dont want to use the Stamps anymore but I was just hopping there was a similar product for the arduino micro.

twelch: I am trying to find a socket so that I can pop an Arduino micro onto a PCB, I have pretty much figured everything out but the only socket I can find that might fit will take 10 weeks to ship. I really don't want to solder the micro onto the board....

Just checking your list includes decoupling capacitors for Vcc and AVcc pins...

And which territory are you in - someone might know a good supplier.

I know I am a bit late getting back tothis but why would I need to add decoupling capacitors to a fully assembled board? Ironically I learned about decoupling today ( the hard way) after building a standalone arduino and getting all types of noise and interference on my pins.

fungus: Just use male/female header strips. Snap them off to the right length.

No no no no no ...

The headers on the picture are Turned pin "Tulip"-connectors. You cannot fit the male headers of the Arduino in these connectors.

The right thing is these: http://www.ebay.com/itm/221157400503

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