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Arduino Proto Shield Rev3

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About this product

Overview

  • Add a prototyping area to your Arduino module(not included)
  • Arduino compatible shield
  • Large 0.1 inch prototyping area

Product overview

• Add a prototyping area to your Arduino module(not included)
• Arduino compatible shield
• Large 0.1 inch prototyping area
• Comes with reset button, 14 pin SMD footprint and 20 pin Through Hole footprint

What can I do with this shield?
Design and create with the Arduino prototyping shield. Try out new creations using the large prototyping area with sockets 0.1 inches apart that you can plug your Arduino in to to see if it works. You could even attach a breadboard (not included) to try new projects without having to solder. With connections to all of the Arduino pins the prototype shield sits on top of the development board with no need for wires or soldering into the Arduino module.

What connections are on the prototyping shield?
Connect your components to the shield and design and plan you projects before you connect it to your Arduino. The board has 14 surface mounted device (SMD) pins with a 50 mils pitch for surface mounted integrated circuit chips. 20 pins are for through-hole integrated circuits with a 100 mils pitch and an in circuit serial programming (ICSP) connector to connect to your Arduino. The shield give you access to all the i/o pins on your Arduino development board and has a 1.0 Arduino pinout with four additional pins, two near the AREF pin (used for TWI communication) and two near the reset pin. The IOREF pin is used to adapt the board and the last is for future uses.

Specification

Specifications
Type Prototype shield
Input/Output Arduino,
Prototype area Solder socket
Power 5V

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