[sdiy] request for help re arduino module pcb
jason at redfish.net
Tue Jul 28 04:01:43 CEST 2009
>Don't think you understand me:) Removing the chip from the board,
>flashing the bootloader on it, etc., is entirely optional. If you
>want to put the chip in your own board, you can do very easily while
>still maintaining the arduino benefits. FTDI makes a cable that can
>replace the USB connection on the arduino, and the only other
>hardware it needs is a pair of caps and a crystal.
right. and this is one reason why i kinda recommend the Boarduino for
doing this, as it's cheap, solders into a regular PCB, has its own
USB, but it takes a regular format Ard chip so you can pull it out
and stick it into something else.
or am i still misunderstanding you? :-)
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