Anyone got a couple I could buy off you? I need to build a stand-alone arduino on a custom PCB...
I found that using the Arduino Pro mini is cheaper than integrating a 328 onto it's own board. So unless the Pro mini is too big for your project it may not be worth the extra soldering you need to do to add the 328, and the needed Crystal, Caps, etc it may be cheaper to just add two rows of headers and plug the pro mini right onto your custom board. Also you don't loose the 328 chip if something happens to the rest of the board. If the pro mini is too big, you can try the Microduino
Just a suggestion.
Last Edit: Oct 1, 2014 15:55:38 GMT -5 by BeeAmaker
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