Hi Everyone! I have a quick question for you guys concerning the backside of the Arduino.
The backside of the Arduino has metallic outcroppings where the pins and other things are placed in the board. Are these metallic outcroppings related to the functionality of their associated pin? I believe the answer to this question is YES. If the answer is indeed YES, then wouldn't it be necessary to insulate these backside metallic outcroppings?
I believe the answer to the question is YES due to a simple test. If you touch the metallic outcroppings that are aligned with an analog pin when you are calling the analogRead of that function, it will result in a 0 or a 1023.
So, does anyone else insulate the backside of the Arduino?